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Mari T. Brick
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Arthritis Council
Diabetes Council
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Last updated: 8/27/2018
Mari T Brick
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Public Health Consultant - Arthritis, NDPP
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  1305, 1422, Arthritis, Diabetes, Healthy Aging
  Arthritis Public Health activities; Self management; Quality Assurance and Program Fidelity; Coalition-building; national Diabetes Prevention Program
Mari Brick is a public health consultant for NACDD with a focus on Arthritis Technical Assistance and Support and over 13+ years of experience in public health. Previously, she served as the New York State Department of Health Arthritis Program Manager from 2001-2008.

Ms. Brick earned her BA in Social Work from Siena College in Loudonville, NY and her MA in Social Policy from Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, NY.
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Ms. Brick's experience is in coalition building, program implementation, policy development, training, and quality assurance/quality improvement measures for evidence-based programs. She is authorized as a Stanford University Certifying T-Trainer in the Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) and other derivatives of the program and a Master Trainer in the Diabetes Prevention Program. She is the co-author of a widely-recognized manual on Fidelity Guidance and Skills Drills videos for the CDSMP. She also has knowledge and experience in the areas of intellectual disabilities, HIV/AIDS, homelessness, and addiction.

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