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Ronald O’Donnell

Ronald O'Donnell is a leader in research, education and training involving global integrated behavioral healthcare and the use of behavioral interventions to improve both medical and psychiatric problems, such as diabetes and depression in a global context. 

His areas of research include population health management, healthcare cost savings and return on investment analyses and clinical outcomes management. In addition, he has longstanding consulting and research projects in China, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore and Cambodia.

O'Donnell is a clinical professor and psychologist in ASU’s College of Health Solutions.

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A prevention and population health approach to gun violence is recommended that includes improved school-based violence-prevention programs. A hallmark of prevention and population health approaches is to engage communities with programs to improve police-community relations, community-based services and local leadership in preventing violence.

— Ronald O’Donnell, ASU Now