|Improving Diabetes Health in Emerging Adulthood (IDEA) through an Autonomy Support Intervention (ongoing)||
|Scale it up: Effectiveness-implementation research to enhance HIV-related self-management among youth (closed)||
|Patient-Provider Communication to Promote Health Behavior Change in African American Adolescents and Young Adults (closed)||
|Pediatric Prevention Center Chronic Illnesses Research Laboratory (closed)||
Associate Professor, Full-time
Integrated Biosciences Building (iBio)
Dr. Carcone is a member of the Behavioral Sciences Division of the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences. Dr. Carcone is a social worker by training with over 17 year experience in behavioral health research. Her research has three main foci. First is the study of patient-provider communication in clinical contexts with a specific emphasis on examining the mechanisms of effect in Motivational Interviewing. Second is the development and testing of behavioral interventions to improve health outcomes with an emphasis on pediatric and emerging adults with chronic illnesses, including obesity, type 1 diabetes, asthma, and HIV. And, finally, the use of implementation science to study the translation of efficacious interventions from academia to the real world.
Please see Dr. Carcone's CV.