Education: University of South Florida College of Public Health, MPH, 1997; PhD 2001.
Research Interests: public health program evaluation, public health systems researchBrenda Joly is an Assistant Research Professor in Health Policy and Management Program. Prior to her faculty appointment, Brenda was employed at the Maine Center for Public Health, where she served as Research Associate and lead evaluator on several statewide initiatives. Brenda has led public health performance assessment efforts and conducted numerous evaluations at the local, state, and national levels. She is currently serving as an evaluation consultant for a national project funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation focusing on enhancing public health performance and capacity.
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Policy Brief on Federal Health Care Reform
In this policy brief, Dr. Andrew Coburn of the Muskie School discusses three of the main components of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA): health insurance coverage, delivery system improvement, and cost containment, highlighting some of the provisions of the law that have already been implemented and those where important implementation decisions will have to be made.