Ann Vander Stoep, PhD

Professor, Department of Epidemiology
Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
(206) 543-1538
Box 354920 / Room 110
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Ann Vander Stoep, PhD, is a child psychiatric epidemiologist who has a joint appointment in the UW Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Department of Epidemiology. She studies the etiology of child and adolescent mental health problems and the effectiveness of mental health interventions and services. Dr. Vander Stoep teaches quantitative research methods and psychiatric epidemiology and mentors graduate students in the UW School of Public Health. She has been an active teacher and mentor at the University of Nairobi in Kenya and program developer and evaluator in Malawi.

Indicated prevention for depression at the transition to high school: Outcomes for depression and anxiety.(2019)Prevention Science
Mechanisms of change in the prevention of depression: An indicated school-based prevention trial at the transition to high school(2019)Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Emergence of depressive symptoms in school-aged youth(2019)Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology48(3):501-515.
Effect of school services on academic performance after traumatic brain injury in Hispanic and Non-Hispanic students(2019)Journal of School Health89(7):519-526.
Trauma among Kenyan school children in urban and rural settings: Prevalence and correlates of PTSD(2019)Journal of Child and Adolescent Stress
Online recruitment using Facebook: Friend request is non-differentially accepted in a diverse, young adult population.(2018)Nursing and Health SciencesAdvance online print.
Injuries and illness at nature preschools(2018)Environment and Behavior51(8):936-965.
The Children’s Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Telemental Health Treatment Study (CATTS): Caregiver outcomes(2017)Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology45:27-43.
Modeling the impact of school-based universal depression screening on additional service capacity needs: A system dynamics approach(2016)Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research43(2):168-188.
Providing long-acting reversible contraception services in school-based health centers: Key themes for facilitating implementation(2015)Journal of Adolescent Health56(6):658-665.
Taking EBPs to school: Developing and testing a framework for applying common elements of evidence based practice to school mental health(2014)Advances in School Mental Health Promotion7:42-61.
Using modular psychotherapy in school mental health: Provider perspectives on intervention-setting fit(2014)Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology43:890-901.
“If it’s worth my time, I will make the time”: School-based providers’ decision-making about participating in an evidence-based psychotherapy consultation program(2013)Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research40:467-481.
Patterns and predictors of mental healthcare utilization in schools and other service sectors among adolescents at risk for depression(2013)School Mental Health5:155-165.