Chad Cheriel, Ph.D.
Senior Research Associate
Office: URBN 470M
Minority health; chronic disease self-management programs for minority populations; aging and public policy; long-term care planning.
Dr. Cheriel served as a principal or co-investigator on numerous studies funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Northwest Health Foundation, and the Salem Hospital Foundation. Earlier projects dealt with issues of employer mandate and Medicare-Medicaid program integration in Oregon. Current projects (My Health in My Hands and the Arthritis Self-Help Program) involve the development and measurement of support systems for Latinos coping with chronic illnesses. Dr Cheriel recently completed two projects as a consultant for The Lewin Group on long-term care planning and Medicaid service prioritization.
Chad Cheriel, Nathalie Huguet, Shalini Gupta, Heather McClure, Richard F. Leman, Duyen L. Ngo, (Nov 2009). Arthritic pain among Latinos: Results from a community-based survey, Arthritis Care & Research, Vol 61, No.11, (p 1491-1496).