Salish Harrison

Title(s)Project Policy Analyst IV, Institute for Health Policy Studies
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address490 Illinois Street, #7319
San Francisco CA 94158
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0003-0357-0511 Additional info
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    Stanford University, StanfordBA06/2013Human Biology

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    Salish Harrison is a policy analyst at the Institute for Health Policy Studies at the University of California, San Francisco. He works on the evaluation team of several projects focused on youth sexual and reproductive health throughout the state of California. Currently he is part of the evaluation team for State of California’s PREP activities and is part of the designing of a sexual health intervention that combines traditional classroom instruction with wraparound digital technologies as part of a PREIS grant. Prior to working with UCSF, he was a health educator with Fresno Economic Health Opportunities Commission.
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    1. Using Collective Impact to Advance Birth Equity: A Comparison of Two Cross-Sector Efforts in California. Matern Child Health J. 2022 Nov 08. Decker MJ, Price M, Harrison S, Spellen S, Hutchings N, Martinez E, Rutman SP, Shaver A, Franck LS, Brindis CD, Fuchs J. PMID: 36348213.
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    2. Educators' Perspectives on Integrating Technology Into Sexual Health Education: Implementation Study. JMIR Hum Factors. 2022 Jan 12; 9(1):e31381. Decker MJ, Harrison S, Price M, Gutmann-Gonzalez A, Yarger J, Tenney R. PMID: 35019842; PMCID: PMC8792781.
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