Area of research interest: prevention of human trafficking participatory research mixed-methods research race and gender as relates to human trafficking
Started UK doctoral program: 2015
Mentor: Dr. Miller
Working title of dissertation: Conceptualizing the Prevention of Human Trafficking: Survivors’ Perspectives
Current Position: Assistant Professors (online) Campbellsville University
Miller, J., Duron., J., Donohue-Dioh, J., & Geiger, J. (2018). Conceptualizing effective legal representation for foster youth: An exploratory study. Children and Youth Services Review.
Miller, J., Donohue-Dioh, J., & Brown, A. (2018). Using concept mapping to develop a statewide kinship care coalition: A case study. Journal of Community Practice, 1-22. doi: 10.1080/10705422.2018.1449155
Miller, J., Donohue-Dioh, J., Niu, C., & Shalash, N. (2018). Exploring the self-care practices of child welfare workers: A research brief. Children and Youth Services Review, 84, 137-142.
Miller, J., & Donohue-Dioh, J. (2017). Mapping the needs of kinship providers: A mixed-method examination. GrandFamilies, 4(2), 1-23.
Miller, J., Duron, J., Washington, E., & Donohue-Dioh, J. (2017). Exploring the legal representation of individuals in foster care: What say youth and alumni? Children and Youth Services Review, (78) 142-159. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.05.010
Donohue-Dioh, J. (2018 January). Human Trafficking: Understanding What We Have and Where It Can Take Us. EPoster. 22nd Annual Society for Social Work and Research, Washington, D.C.
Miller, J. Duron, J. & Donohue-Dioh, J. (2017 November) Examining the Legal Representation of Foster Youth and Alumni: An Exploratory Study. EPoster. Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX.
Miller, J. & Donohue-Dioh, J. (2017 January). Mapping the needs of kinship providers: A mixed-method examination.EPoster. 21st Annual Society for Social Work and Research, New Orleans, LA
MSW, Univ of Houston