• Acting Assistant Professor, Global Health
Email: 
kempc@uw.edu
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Biography 

Dr. Christopher Kemp (he/him) is an implementation scientist with a focus on strengthening health systems and supporting the scale-up and sustainability of essential services related to mental health, HIV, and nutrition. He is a member of the University of Washington's Global Mental Health Program, where his research is focused on implementation strategies for the integration of mental health services into primary care in low-resource settings.

Country Affiliations 
Languages 
  • French
  • Zulu
Health Topics 
  • Child and Adolescent Health (incl. Pediatrics)
  • Health Economics
  • Health Systems Strengthening and Human Resources Development
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Implementation Science
  • Maternal Child Health (incl. Reproductive Health)
  • Mental Health
  • Metrics and Evaluation
  • Nutrition
  • Qualitative Research and Methods
  • Sociobehavioral
Publications 

Kemp CG, Weiner BJ, Sherr KH, Kupfer LE, Cherutich PK, Wilson D, Geng EH, Wasserheit JN. Implementation science for integration of HIV and non-communicable disease services in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review. Aids. 2018 Jul 1;32:S93-105.

Kemp CG, Jarrett BA, Kwon CS, Song L, Jetté N, Sapag JC, Bass J, Murray L, Rao D, Baral S. Implementation science and stigma reduction interventions in low-and middle-income countries: a systematic review. BMC medicine. 2019 Dec 1;17(1):6.

Kemp CG, Wagenaar BH, Haroz EE. Expanding hybrid studies for implementation research: intervention, implementation strategy, and context. Frontiers in public health. 2019 Nov 8;7:325.

Kemp CG, Petersen I, Bhana A, Rao D. Supervision of Task-Shared Mental Health Care in Low-Resource Settings: A Commentary on Programmatic Experience. Global Health: Science and Practice. 2019 Jun 24;7(2):150-9.

Kemp CG, Lipira L, Huh D, Nevin PE, Turan JM, Simoni JM, Cohn SE, Bahk M, Berzins B, Andrasik M, Mugavero MJ. HIV stigma and viral load among African-American women receiving treatment for HIV. Aids. 2019 Jul 15;33(9):1511-9.