Rebecca Erenrich, MPH

Rebecca Erenrich, MPH

Evaluation Specialist/Research Associate III

Rebecca.erenrich@etr.org

(510) 858-6028


Biography

Rebecca Erenrich is an Evaluation Specialist/Research Associate III at ETR focused on the evaluation of health interventions related to HIV and sexual/reproductive health. Prior to coming to ETR, she conducted research and evaluations at Harlem Health Promotion Center, the Center on Addiction, the ACRIA Center on HIV and Aging at Gay Men’s Health Crisis, the San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living, and the University of California, San Francisco. Her research has encompassed quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods studies, survey-based observational research, and randomized-controlled trials. The topics of her investigations have included HIV risk factors, addiction, new health technologies, adolescent risky behavior, and social isolation/loneliness in older adults.

Rebecca earned a master’s degree in public health from Yale School of Public Health with a concentration in Social and Behavioral Sciences. She received her undergraduate degree in Government from Wesleyan University.


Current Projects

  • PrEPTECH 2
  • FLASH
  • Making Healthy Decisions
  • About Us


Publications

Brennan-Ing, M., Seidel, L., Erenrich, R., & Karpiak, S. E. (2019). Long term effects of childhood sexual assault among older people with HIV. Innovation in Aging, 3(Suppl 1), S549.

Brennan-Ing, M., Seidel, L., Erenrich, R., Karpiak, S. E., Freeman, R. N., Shen, M. J., ... & Siegler, E. L. (2019). Older women with HIV: Strategies for healthy aging. Innovation in Aging, 3(Suppl 1), S765.

Erenrich, R., McCarn, B., Burchett, C., Seidel, L., Brennan-Ing, M., Karpiak, S. (2019) “There are worse things than AIDS, like loneliness”: A qualitative study of social isolation and loneliness among older adults with HIV in 4 regions. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Session 4156.0.

Burchett, C., Erenrich, R., McCarn, B., Shen, M., Siegler, E. (2019). Programs to promote successful aging desired by older persons with HIV: A qualitative analysis. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Session 4156.0.

McCarn, B., Burchett, C., Erenrich, R., Incledon, R. (2019). Qualitative exploration of regional variations of perceptions of aging amongst older adults living with HIV. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Session 4156.0.

Ing, M. G., Erenrich, R., Seidel, L., Karpiak, S. E. (2018). Long-term care concerns among transgender and gender non-conforming older adults with HIV. Innovation in Aging, 2: Sup. 1, 343.

Ing, M. G., Erenrich, R., Seidel, L., Karpiak, S. E. (2018). Aging with HIV in understudied racial and ethnic minority populations. Innovation in Aging, 2: Sup. 1, 579.

Erenrich R., Seidel L., Brennan-Ing M., Karpiak, S. (2018) HIV & Aging in San Francisco: Findings from the Research on Older Adults with HIV 2.0 San Francisco Study.

Erenrich R. K., Ozer EM. (2018) Adolescent mortality. In: Rudolph’s Pediatrics, 23rd Edition.

Crisostomo, V., Erenrich, R. K. (2017). Older persons living with HIV: Surviving a plague. 2017 Annual Bay Area HIV Health Disparities Symposium. Abstract 103.

Tebb, K., Erenrich, R. K., Jasik, C., Berna, M., Lester, J., Ozer, E. (2016) Use of theory in computer-based interventions to reduce alcohol use among adolescents and young adults: A systematic review. BMC Public Health, 16:517.

Brown SE, Wickersham JA, Pelletier AR, Marcus RM, Erenrich R, Kamarulzaman A, Altice FL (2016). Attitudes toward medication-assisted treatment among fishermen in Kuantan, Malaysia, who inject drugs. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, Epub, 1-17.

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