Matthew Martin

Clinical Asst Professor (FSC)
Faculty
DTPHX Campus
Mailcode
9020

Biography

Matt Martin is a clinical assistant professor in the College of Health Solutions. His research interests include translational behavioral medicine, clinician behavior change, and implementation research. Matt teaches courses in healthcare quality improvement, substance use disorders, and integrated behavioral healthcare. He has graduate degrees in psychology and medical family therapy. He completed pre-doctoral training at Dartmouth Family Medicine Residency and postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago. Before working at ASU, Dr. Martin worked as a clinician and graduate medical educator in primary care. He has research appointments with Mayo Clinic Arizona and Phoenix VA Medical Center.

Education

  • Ph.D. Medical Family Therapy, East Carolina University 2012
  • M.S. Marriage and Family Therapy, Brigham Young University 2009
  • B.S. Psychology, Brigham Young University 2006

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Research Interests

Translational behavioral medicine

Clinician behavior change

Implementation research in healthcare

Substance use prevention in primary care

Research Group

Collaborative Care Research Network

Publications

  1. Martin, M., Phillips, M., Saxon, M., Love, K., Cessna, L., Woodward, D., Page, M., Curry, K., Paone, A., Pennington-Stallcup, Bl., & Riley, W. (accepted). Recovery Support Specialists inside the Jail: A Program Description of Treatment Engagement for Opioid Use Disorder. International Journal of Prisoner Health.
  2. Stephens, K., Van Eeghen, C., Mollis, B., Au, M., Brennhofer, S., Martin, M. Clifton, S., Witwer, E., Hansen, A., Monkman, J., Buchanan, G., & Kessler, R. (2020). Defining and Measuring Core Processes and Structures in Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care: A Cross-Model Framework. Translational Behavioral Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1093/tbm/ibz163
  3. Martin, M, Bauman, D, Allison, L, & Myerholtz, L. (2019). Integration as both standard of care and standard of training. Family Medicine. http://dx.doi.org/10.22454/FamMed.2019.733470
  4. Mullin, D.J., Hargreaves, L., Auxier, A., Brennhofer, S.A., Hitt, J.R., Kessler, R.S., Littenberg, B., Macchi, C.R., Martin, M., Rose, G., Trembath, F., van Eeghen, C. (2019). Measuring the Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services: A Factor Analysis of the Practice Integration Profile. Health Service Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.13117  
  5. Martin, M., Allison, L., Banks, E., Bauman, D., Harsh, J., Hewitt, A., Myerholtz, L., Zubatsky, M., Mauksch, L. (2019). Essential skills for family medicine residents practicing integrated behavioral health: A Delphi study. Family Medicine. http://dx.doi.org/10.22454/FamMed.2019.743181
  6. Borst, C., Martin, M., & Macchi, C. (2017). Health Problems in Couple and Family Therapy. In Lebow, J., Chambers, A., & Breunlin, D. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Couple and Family Therapy. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-15877-8_449-1
  7. Martin, M. (2017). Integrated behavioral health training for primary care clinicians: Five lessons learned from a negative study. Families, Systems, & Health, 35(3), 352. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fsh0000278
  8. Martin, M., Salzberg, L., & McDonald, W. (2017). Medical Residents and Mental Health (2017). In C. Smith (Ed.), Exploring the Pressures of Medical Education from a Mental Health and Wellness Perspective (pp. 145-170). DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2811-1.ch006. IGI Global. https://www.igi-global.com/book/exploring-pressures-medical-education-mental/178731
  9. Martin, M. & Salzberg, L. (2016). Resident Characteristics to Evaluate During Recruitment and Interview: A Delphi Study. Education in Primary Care, 28(2), 81-85. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14739879.2016.1266696
  10. Martin, M., Miller, R., Kubrich, B., Yorgason, J., & Carroll, J. (2015) Relational Aggression and Self-Reported Spousal Health: A Longitudinal Analysis. Contemporary Family Therapy, 37(4), 386-395. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10591-015-9348-4  
  11. Martin, M., White, M., Hodgson, J., Lamson, A., & Irons, T. (2014). Integrated Primary Care: A Systematic Review of Program Characteristics. Families, Systems, & Health, 32(1), 101-115. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fsh0000017
  12. Martin, M. (2012). Review of Real Behavior Change in Primary Care. Families, Systems, & Health, 30(1), 81-81. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0027295  

Courses

Spring 2021
Course Number Course Title
CHS 484 Internship
HCD 570 Process Engineering
Fall 2020
Course Number Course Title
HCD 570 Process Engineering
IBC 595 Continuing Registration
IBC 670 IBH Interv for Sub Use Disord
Summer 2020
Course Number Course Title
IBC 595 Continuing Registration
IBC 690 Reading and Conference
Spring 2020
Course Number Course Title
CHS 493 Honors Thesis
HCD 570 Process Engineering
IBC 595 Continuing Registration
Fall 2019
Course Number Course Title
CHS 492 Honors Directed Study
HCD 570 Process Engineering
IBC 595 Continuing Registration
IBC 793 Applied Project
Summer 2019
Course Number Course Title
IBC 595 Continuing Registration
IBC 690 Reading and Conference
Spring 2019
Course Number Course Title
IBC 585 Integrated Health Consultation
IBC 793 Applied Project
Fall 2018
Course Number Course Title
IBC 540 Integrated Health Improvement
IBC 793 Applied Project
Summer 2018
Course Number Course Title
IBC 690 Reading and Conference
Spring 2018
Course Number Course Title
IBC 598 Special Topics
IBC 793 Applied Project