Brown School Featured in Social Work Advocates Magazine 2/1/2022 Public Health; Social Work; Research; Faculty Share this Story: Page Image Brown Page Content 1The Brown School was featured in the Social Work Advocates Magazine, the National Association of Social Work's (NASW) flagship publication. The article appears in the December 2021-January 2022 edition. The article concentrates on the school’s work on health-focused research and implementation science and features excerpts from interviews with current and former faculty members and staff, including: Mary McKay, former dean and current vice provost of interdisciplinary affairsMatt Kreuter, Kahn Family Professor of Public Health. Kreuter is the founder and senior scientist of the Health Communication Research Laboratory.Enola Proctor, former Shanti K. Khinduka Distinguished Professor and current director of the school’s Implementation Research Institute (IRI).Sarah Malone, MSW '14 and current PhD student at the Brown School. Malone is a former research assistant in the Center for Mental Health Services Research. Social Work Advocates Magazine is the flagship publication of the NASW. This award-winning publication keeps readers abreast of current events in social work and related fields. It also offers in-depth news and features covering developments in social work practice, public policy, U.S. legislation and regulations, and social research. Read the full article on the magazine website.