- Health Risk Behaviors, particularly those leading to chronic health conditions
- Prevention practices for comorbid health conditions
- Implementation strategies to improve the healthcare system
Taking Students? Dr. Hurlocker is accepting students for Fall 2022. Please email Dr. Hurlocker if you are interested in pursuing graduate studies in her lab.
The Behavioral Health, Implementation, and Prevention (BHIP) lab is focused on investigating the etiology, prevention, treatment, and implementation of health risk behaviors that commonly lead to chronic health conditions. One aim of our work is to develop and implement prevention interventions for young adult populations with co-occurring substance use and other mental health issues. A second aim of our work is to improve the healthcare delivery system by testing novel implementation strategies and evaluating mechanisms of implementation effectiveness.