Brittany C.L. Lange, DPhil, MPH
Brittany C.L. Lange, DPhil, MPH — Senior Associate
Brittany Lange is the Senior Associate for CHDI’s ScreenTIME (Screen, Triage, Inform, Mitigate, Engage) initiative. In this role, she leads the development and national dissemination of an online training for child-serving professionals to improve early identification and support for children suffering from traumatic stress. She also supports CHDI’s quality improvement initiatives.
Brittany joined CHDI in August 2019 as a Postdoctoral Fellow and was hired as Senior Project Coordinator for ScreenTIME in 2020. She completed her Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Social Intervention at the University of Oxford and her Master of Public Health in Health Policy at the Yale School of Public Health. Her DPhil research focused on the association between child sexual abuse and subsequent mental health and parenting outcomes. Her MPH research focused on the association between adverse childhood experiences and parenting outcomes. Her primary research interests include mental health, trauma screening, child sexual abuse, parenting, and qualitative research methodology.
A list of Brittany’s publications is available at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Brittany_Lange