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Ellen Goldstein, MA

Title(s)Ombuds 5, Vice Provost-Academic Affairs
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    As the Associate Ombuds, Ellen Goldstein provides consultation, coaching, ombuds, and mediation services as well as designs and facilitates group experiences ranging from staff retreats and team building to group conflict resolution. Ms. Goldstein trained as a UCSF Volunteer Mediator in 2007 and joined the Office of the Ombuds in 2012. Her diverse group facilitation experience includes working with both small and large group processes for non-profit organizations, academic efforts, and local and national governmental entities. Ms. Goldstein has been a popular lecturer and consultant on community-engaged research strategies and co-teaches the course "Translating Practice to Evidence: Community-Engaged Research" in the Training in Clinical Research program. At UCSF since 1988, her work has focused on HIV/AIDS, health equity, and linking research to applied community practice. She's had the pleasure of working at the AIDS Health Project, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, CTSI's Community Engagement and Health Policy Program (through Family and Community Medicine) and most recently at the Office of the Ombuds. Ms. Goldstein is available for two-party mediation, group conflict management, communications training, and group facilitation services.

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    1. Fernández-Peña JR, Moore L, Goldstein E, DeCarlo P, Grinstead O, Hunt C, Bao D, Wilson H.Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education and Action. Making sure research is used: Community-generated recommendations for disseminating research via non-traditional venues. 2008.
    2. Offer C, Grinstead O, Goldstein E, Mamary E, Alvarado N, Euren J, Woods WJ. Responsibility for HIV prevention: patterns of attribution among HIV-seropositive gay and bisexual men. AIDS Educ Prev. 2007 Feb; 19(1):24-35. PMID: 17411387.
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    3. Wortis N, Goldstein E, Vargas RA, and Grumbach, K.Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. Engaging a University in Self-Assessment and Strategic Planning to Build Partnership Capacity: The UCSF Experience. 2006; 2(11):121:138.
    4. Lewis, S., Goldstein, E.Evidence-Based Practice Manual. Research and outcome Measures in Health and Human Services. Roberts, A., Yeager, K. (Eds.). HIV Prevention: Evidence –Based Practice with Infrastructure Support. 2004.
    5. Haynes Sanstad, K., Stall, R., Goldstein, E., Everett, W., Brousseau, W.Health Education and Behavior. Collaborative Community Research Consortium: A Model for HIV Prevention. 1999; 2(26):171:184.
    6. Pinkerton, S.D., Holtgrave, D.R., Willingham, M., Goldstein, E.AIDS & Public Policy Journal,. Cost-effectiveness analysis and HIV prevention community planning. 1999; (13):115:127.
    7. Goldstein, E., Wrubel, J., Faigeles, B., DeCarlo.AIDS Education and Prevention. Sources of Information for HIV Prevention Program Managers: A National Survey. 1998; 1(10):63:74.
    8. Gomez, C.A., Goldstein, E.In Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-Assessment & Accountability. Fetterman, D.M., Kaftarian, S.J., & Wandersman, A. The HIV Prevention Evaluation Initiative: A Model for Collaborative and Empowerment Evaluation. 1995.
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