Christine M. Layton
Public Health Scientist
Christine Layton, PhD, MPH, is an expert in evaluating public health programs and policies. She has more than 20 years of professional experience, primarily in qualitative analysis and evaluation of public health programs and policies at the national, state, and local level.
Her work has focused on broad issues related to vulnerable populations, including women, children, and families. She is especially interested in the evaluation and implementation of public health programs at the community level. Her recent work focuses on issues related to immunization and vaccine, vaccines, and seasonal and pandemic influenza.
She has considerable experience and expertise leading key informant interviews and focus groups with participants ranging from health care providers and government officials to pregnant women and persons experiencing homelessness. She is also experienced in developing and conducting case studies.
Dr. Layton continues to examine a range of public health topics, including those related to adverse perinatal outcomes, minority health, health care financing, and infrastructure.
PhD, Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University; MPH, Yale University; BA, Independent Study, Hampshire College.
O'Connor, A.C., Kennedy, E.D., Loomis, R.J., Haque, S.N., Layton, C.M., Williams, W.W., Amoozegar, J.B., Braun, F.M., Honeycutt, A.A., et al. (Jun 2013)
Lynch, M.M., Mitchell, E.W., Williams, J.L., Brumbaugh, K., Jones-Bell, M., Pinkney, D.E., Layton, C.M., et al. (Nov 2012)
Mersereau, P.W., Layton, C.M., Smith, L.R., Kendrick, J.S., Mitchell, E.W., Amoozegar, J.B., et al. (Feb 2012)
Haque, S., O'Connor, A., Munoz, G., Layton, C., & Williams, W. (Oct 2011)
Whitehead, N.S., Brown, D.S., & Layton, C. (Mar 2010)
- Public Health Program Evaluation
- Immunization Policy and Program Evaluation
- Qualitative Research Methods