Brooke Ike
Research Scientist and Practice Facilitator
(206) 685-1052


Brooke Ike, MPH has been a Research Scientist in Family Medicine since 2015 and involved in public health research at the University of Washington (UW) since 2005. She earned a master's degree in Public Health with a focus on Social and Behavioral Sciences from UW and a bachelor's degree in Religious Studies from Arizona State University. She has expertise in community and practice-based research, project management, and quality improvement and has worked on health-related studies and implementation projects in the areas of cancer screening, opioids, emergency medical services, disaster preparedness and response, limited English proficient and cross-cultural communications, health equity, and domestic violence. Brooke previously worked at the UW Health Promotion Research Center, the UW Northwest Center for Public Health Practice, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and the Arizona Governor's Office for Domestic Violence Prevention. Outside of work, Brooke loves any and all activities that get her out in nature, such as birding, hiking, paddle boarding, and cross-country skiing. When at home you can find her curled up with a good book or playing tabletop games with her family.



Stephens KA, Ike B, Baldwin LM, Packer C, Parchman M. Challenges and approaches to population management of patient on long-term opioid therapy in primary care.. J Am Board Fam Med. Jan 2021

Shoemaker-Hunt SJ, Evans L, Swan H, Bacon O, Ike B, Baldwin LM, Parchman ML Study protocol for evaluating six building blocks for opioid management implementation in primary care practices. Implement Sci Commun. Feb 2020

Parchman ML, Ike B, Osterhage KP, Baldwin LM, Stephens KA, Sutton S Barriers and facilitators to implementing changes in opioid prescribing in rural primary care clinics. J Clin Transl Sci. Jan 2020

Ike B, Baldwin LM, Sutton S, Van Borkulo N, Packer C, Parchman ML Staff and Clinician Work-Life Perceptions after Implementing Systems-Based Improvements to Opioid Management.. J Am Board Fam Med. Sep 2019

Parchman ML, Penfold RB, Ike B, Tauben D, Von Korff M, Stephens KA, Baldwin, LM Team-based clinic redesign of opioid medication management in primary care: Impact on opioid prescribing. Ann Fam Med. Jul 2019

Parchman ML,Von Korff M, Baldwin LM, Stephens M, Ike B, Cromp D, Hsu C, Wagner EH, Primary Care Clinic Re-Design for Prescription Opioid Management.. J Am Board Fam Med. Jan 2017

Meischke H,Painter I, Turner AM, Weaver MR, Fahrenbruch CE, Ike BR, Stangenes S, Protocol: simulation training to improve 9-1-1 dispatcher identification of cardiac arrest.. BMC Emerg Med. Feb 2016

Ike BR,Calhoun R, Angulo AS, Meischke H, Senturia KD, Medical interpreters and bilingual school staff: Potential disaster information conduits?. J Emerg Manag. Aug 2015

Painter I,Chavez DE, Ike BR, Yip MP, Tu SP, Bradley SM, Rea TD, Meischke H, Changes to DA-CPR instructions: can we reduce time to first compression and improve quality of bystander CPR?. Resuscitation. May 2014

Meischke H,Ike B, Painter I, Chavez D, Yip MP, Bradley SM, Tu SP, Delivering 9-1-1 CPR Instructions to Limited English Proficient Callers: A Simulation Experiment.. J Immigr Minor Health. Apr 2014

Meischke H,Ike BR, Fahrenbruch C, Kuniyuki A, Hannon P, Parks MR, Forehand M, Weaver M, Harris JR, Hypertension identification via emergency responders: a randomized controlled intervention study.. Prev Med. Jun 2013

Meischke H,Fahrenbruch C, Ike B, Hannon P, Harris JR, Feasibility of partnering with emergency medical services to identify people at risk for uncontrolled high blood pressure.. Prev Chronic Dis. Feb 2012