Anna M Malsch, NPC Research Associate

Anna M. Malsch, Ph.D.

Research Associate

Phone: (503) 413-9098

Fax: (503) 243-2454

Email: malsch@npcresearch.com

Anna Malsch, Research Associate at NPC Research, is an applied social psychologist with 15 years of hands-on experience in all components of the research process, including literature review, design, instrument and measurement development, data collection, data management, statistical analysis, qualitative data analysis, and dissemination of results. She has significant experience partnering with communities in research, evaluation, and program design efforts.  Among her strongest assets are her confidence and sensitivity working with a variety of community members, research participants, clients, researchers, administrators, policymakers, front-line staff, and other stakeholders.

Dr. Malsch has applied her methodological skills to many pressing topics such as juvenile crime prevention, cancer prevention and control, HIV/AIDS prevention, children’s mental health, children with special health care needs, health care access for victims of domestic violence, and psychological sense of community. She enjoys applying her skill set in research and evaluation to help translate findings into meaningful stories that inform policy and practice.

Dr. Malsch earned a Ph.D. in Social Psychology (2005) and a Master of Arts in Program Evaluation and Organizational Behavior (2000) from the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California. She joined NPC Research in January 2011.

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Projects, Publications, and Presentations

On this page you can access all the reports, publications, and projects relevant to specific staff and available to the public from NPC Research. In one of the fields below, enter a title, choose a type (project, publication, or presentation) from the drop-down menu, or choose a topic area from the drop-down. The results will sort automatically. Click on bold type for more information on any item of interest.

Title Type Category
Tarte, J. M., Green, B. L., Malsch, A. M., Aborn, J. A., Kissick, K., & Nuzzo, W. (July 2017) Statewide Evaluation Results 2015-2016: Healthy Families Oregon Status Report Tables Portland, OR: NPC Research
Status Report Tables /
publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Carey, S. M., Malsch, A. M., Zil, C. E., & Ayoub, L. H. (2016, June) How do Reentry Courts work? Findings from NIJ’s Multi-State Research on Reentry Courts Presented at the National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Training Conference, Anaheim, CA.
Presentation /
presentation Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Books 2 U project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Literacy
Healthy Families Oregon Evaluation project Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Green, B. L., Kissick, K., Malsch, A. M., & Tarte, J. M. (June 2015) Healthy Families Oregon Maltreatment Prevention Report Program Year 2013-14 Portland, OR: NPC Research
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publication Child Abuse and Child Abuse Prevention
NIJ Second Chance Act Reentry Courts project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Clark County Therapeutic Courts Peer-to-Peer Recovery Mentoring project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Oregon Juvenile Crime Prevention Evaluation – Phase III project Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice
Malsch, A. M., & Mackin, J. R. (February 2015) Multnomah County Juvenile Crime Prevention Data Summary: July 2011 – June 2013 (Feb. 2015 update) Portland, OR: NPC Research
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publication Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice
Lindquist, C., Hassoun Ayoub, L., Dawes, D., Harrison, P. M., Malsch, A. M., Hardison Walters, J., Rempel, M., Carey, S. M. (August 2014) The National Institute of Justice’s Evaluation of Second Chance Act Adult Reentry Courts: Staff and Client Perspectives on Reentry Courts from Year 2 Submitted by RTI International, Center for Court Innovation, and NPC Research to the National Institute of Justice.
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publication Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
The Lucas County Pathways to Success Initiative project Juvenile Justice, Youth Development
Harrison, P. M., & Malsch, A. M. (2013, October) Rentry Court Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation. Presented to the Oregon Judicial Conference, Gleneden Beach, OR.
Presentation /
presentation Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal Personal Responsibility and Education Prevention Project project Community Health
Carey, S. M., Sanders, M. B., & Malsch, A. M. (Sept. 2012) Colorado Statewide DWI and Drug Court Process Assessment and Outcome Evaluation. Submitted to Colorado Judicial Department, Office of the State Court Administrator. Portland, OR: NPC Research.
Report /
publication Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Statewide Evaluation of Colorado’s Drug Courts and DWI Courts project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Green, B. L., Malsch, A. M., Hood-Kothari, B., Busse, J., & Brennan, E. (2012) An intervention to increase early childhood staff capacity for promoting children’s social-emotional development in preschool settings Early Childhood Education Journal, 40(2), 123-132. publication Early Childhood and Family Well-Being
Tarte, J. M., Mackin, J. R., & Malsch, A. M. (Feb. 2012) Juvenile Crime Prevention Program Evaluation Summary 2009-11. A report to the Oregon Commission on Children and Families. NPC Research: Portland, OR.
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publication Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice
Participatory Evaluation of the Tobacco Prevention and Education Project (TPEP) Community Programs – Phase 3 project Community Health
Transforming Transitions to Kindergarten project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being