Charles R. Senteio, PhD, LMSW, MBA
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Library and Information Science (LIS) in the School of Communication and Information (SC&I) at Rutgers University on the New Brunswick, New Jersey Campus. I started my appointment on September 1, 2016. My research aims to enhance the collection and use of health information to identify and address barriers to care in order to improve health outcomes and reduce cost of care, and my focus is vulnerable patient populations.
I concentrate on 3, related areas in my healthcare research: 1) evaluation of current capabilities, 2) identification of areas of improvement, and 3) development of new capabilities and measurement of impact.
I have been an entrepreneur since 2003, focused primarily on healthcare.
My Curriculum Vitae.
November, 2016Conference PresentationPsychosocial Information: Supporting Clinical Decisions to Enable Personalized Diabetes Care. Research poster selected for presentation in the Innovative programs addressing unique or sensitive health topics with diverse populations session in the Community Health Workers program at the 2016 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meet and Expo,
Denver, CO. November 1, 2016.
October, 2016Conference PresentationYOUR Blessed Health: Community health worker informed framework for mobilizing faith leaders to address HIV incidence. Research abstract selected for presentation in the Patient Centered Care & Technology session in the Health Information Technology program at the 2016 American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meet and Expo,
Denver, CO. October 31, 2016.
February, 2016Invited LecturePsychosocial Information and Diabetes Care. Research Presentation for faculty and staff, Rutgers University School of Communication and Information, New Brunswick, NJ. February 5, 2016.
January, 2016Invited LectureThe Importance of Multicultural Competence in Research.
University of Michigan Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), Ann Arbor, MI. January 26, 2016.
November, 2015Journal Club TalkTrying to Make Things Right: Adherence Work in High-Poverty, African American Neighborhoods.
Michigan State University Trifecta Journal Club, East Lansing, MI. November 3, 2015. Read more.
August, 2015Invited LectureDelivering Effective Academic Presentations. Seminar for Masters Students in Research Experience for
Undergraduate Students (REMS), University of Michigan School of Information, Ann Arbor, MI. August 5, 2015.
July, 2015Special TalkUsing Psychosocial Information to Improve Health Outcomes. Research presentation for faculty and
staff, Michigan State University College of Communication Arts and Sciences, Department of Media and Information, East Lansing, MI, July 31, 2015
May, 2015Invited LectureTransitioning from Incarceration and Healthcare services. Invited lecture to incarcerated men, Hutchins
State Jail (Texas), Hutchins, TX, May 14, 2015