UAMS Researcher Awarded Fellowship

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The purpose of the study is to determine if providing counseling services through telemedicine to people on probation or parole can improve their behavioral health outcomes and reduce the frequency at which they commit new offenses and return to prison or jail.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently awarded Zaller an Interdisciplinary Research Leader fellowship. His other two team members are Femina Varghese, Ph.D., a University of Central Arkansas associate professor of counseling psychology, and Ben Udochi, assistant director of Substance Use Treatment with Arkansas Community Corrections (ACC). Zaller is an associate professor in the UAMS Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health.   MORE

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