AHRQ/NRSA Seminar | Mistrust and barriers to help-seeking for Black men | Leslie Adams

Date(s) - 11/02/2020
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Fall 2020 Seminar Series
Structural Racism and Career Development

The AHRQ NRSA seminar series is held every Monday of the academic calendar year and is primarily for the pre- and postdoctoral trainees in the AHRQ NRSA fellowship at the Sheps Center. The seminars are made up of a combination of trainees presenting their work in progress and guest speakers presenting on a topic relevant to the theme of each semester. While this seminar is for the trainees, they are open to anybody who would like to attend.


Leslie Adams, PhD: Mistrust and barriers to help-seeking for Black men

Dr. Adams is an Assistant Professor, Mental Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is a former AHRQ/NRSA trainee. Dr. Adams’ research uses latent variable methods (e.g. factor analyses, latent class/profile analysis, etc.) to examine relationships between discrimination, psychiatric disorders, and health services utilization across sociodemographic groups. Dr. Adams also uses mixed methods and community-engaged study designs to explore mental health disparities in marginalized populations.




Register for the webinar series here.