Malia Haddock, MS, RN received a BA in from the University of Michigan and MS in psychiatric mental-health nursing from the University of Southern Maine. In the intervening years, Malia initiated graduate studies at the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School for Social Work and Social Research, but returned to Maine prior to graduation and accepted a social work position with Preble Street. Since then, she has been a frontline social worker serving primarily adults experiencing homelessness, and created Homeless HealthPartners, a Maine Medical Center program and primary partner of the MMC-Preble Street Learning Collaborative. Her clinical and research interests involve engaging individuals who are excluded from health care due to psychiatric symptoms and social circumstance. She is a field instructor and preceptor for Bowdoin College, Tufts University, University of New England School and University of Southern Maine, and supports integration of interdisciplinary learners in the care of underserved patients at the MMC-PSLC.
Project Name: MMC-PSLC and General Psychiatry Residency Program Evaluation