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Stephanie Mathis

Stephanie Mathis, DrPH

Assistant Professor, Center for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment
423-439-5506 /  
ETSU Innovation Lab


DrPH Community Health
College of Public Health, East Tennessee State University 

MPH Health Behavior
School of Public Health, University of Alabama at Birmingham               

BA Psychology, Sociology
Lenoir-Rhyne University 


Prescription drug abuse prevention and treatment
Health communication
Implementation science


Mathis, S. M., Hagemeier, N., Hagaman, A., Dreyzehner, J., & Pack, R. P. (2018). A
dissemination and implementation science approach to the epidemic of opioid use disorder in the United States. Current HIV/AIDS Reports. doi:10.1007/s11904-018-0409-9

Moorman, J. P., Krolikowski, M. R., Mathis, S. M., & Pack, R. P. (2018). HIV/HCV co-
infection: Burden of disease and care strategies in Appalachia. Current HIV/AIDS Reports.


Hagaman, A., Gray, J., Hagemeier, N., Brooks, B., Mathis, S., Dowling, K., & Pack, R. (2018,
November). Impact of an organized marketing campaign on drug take back event outcomes in
South Central Appalachia. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual
Meeting and Expo, San Diego, CA.

Mathis, S., Hagaman, A., Kirschke, D., & Hagemeier, N. (2016, May). A rural community's
response to opioid overdose deaths. Poster presented at the National Rural Health Association's
39th Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN. 

Hagaman, A. & Mathis, S. (2016, April). Interprofessional working group addresses
prescription drug abuse. Oral presentation at the National Health Outreach Conference,
Roanoke, VA.

Mathis, S., Brooks, B., & Pack, R. (2015, November). Non-medical use of prescription drugs in
the workplace. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and
Expo, Chicago, IL.


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