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Matthew Martin

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Clinical Asst Professor (FSC)
Faculty, DTPHX Campus, Mailcode 9020
Biography: 

Matt Martin is a clinical assistant professor in the College of Health Solutions. His research interests include behavioral health integration, workforce development, population health management, and family-centered care. Matt teaches courses in quality improvement in health care, motivational interviewing, and interprofessional consultation and leadership. He received graduate degrees from East Carolina University and Brigham Young University. He completed pre-doctoral training at the Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency in Concord, NH and postdoctoral training at the Chicago Center for Family Health in Chicago, IL. Martin has 10 years of clinical experience including several years of practicing and managing integrated behavioral health services. Before working at ASU, he worked as the director of behavioral health training and patient services at the Duke family medicine residency program in Fayetteville, NC. He also blogs for the Collaborative Family Health Association. 

Education: 
  • Ph.D. Medical Family Therapy, East Carolina University 2012
  • M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Brigham Young University 2009
  • B.S. Psychology, Brigham Young University 2006
Research Interests: 

Population behavioral health management

Family-centered integrated care

Measuring and scaling integration

Substance use prevention in primary care

Research Group: 

Collaborative Care Research Network

Spring 2021
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CHS 484Internship
HCD 570Process Engineering
Fall 2020
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HCD 570Process Engineering
IBC 595Continuing Registration
IBC 670IBH Interv for Sub Use Disord
Summer 2020
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IBC 595Continuing Registration
IBC 690Reading and Conference
Spring 2020
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CHS 493Honors Thesis
HCD 570Process Engineering
IBC 595Continuing Registration
Fall 2019
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CHS 492Honors Directed Study
HCD 570Process Engineering
IBC 595Continuing Registration
IBC 793Applied Project
Summer 2019
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IBC 595Continuing Registration
IBC 690Reading and Conference
Spring 2019
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IBC 585Integrated Health Consultation
IBC 793Applied Project
Fall 2018
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IBC 540Integrated Health Improvement
IBC 793Applied Project
Summer 2018
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IBC 690Reading and Conference
Spring 2018
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IBC 598Special Topics
IBC 793Applied Project