Public Policy Research Institute at Texas A&M University
College station, Texas
For over ten years, Emily Naiser has collaborated on projects in a range of disciplines at PPRI, including public health, K-12 education and higher education. She has utilized but qualitative and quantitative analysis methods to ascertain program effectiveness and develop best practice recommendations to state-level policymakers. Emily currently leads the data collection and data analysis for validity and reliability testing a statewide assessment for children in Medicaid. She has previously developed and tested similar instruments assessing children’s health care needs for the state of Texas. With these experiences, she understands the importance of creating instruments that balance the needs of a variety of stakeholders, ensuring measures are valid, reliable and useful and involving individuals with disabilities and caregivers in the assessment process. Beyond instrument development and testing, Emily has been critical in PPRI’s work on various Title V Maternal and Child Health Services grants. She has conducted community needs assessments and evaluations of various programs aiming to improve the health and well-being of women and children.
Monday, March 11
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM