Disability Studies for Human Services: An Interdisciplinary and Intersectionality Approach
Debra Harley, Ph.D., CRC, LPC and Christopher Flaherty, PhD., MSW
This is the only introduction to disability book with an interdisciplinary perspective that offers cross-disability and intersectionality coverage, as well as a special emphasis on many unique populations. Comprehensive and reader-friendly, it provides current, evidence-based knowledge on the key principles and practice of disability, while addressing advocacy, the disability rights movement, disability legislation, public policy, and law. Focusing on significant trends, the book provides coverage on persistent and emerging avenues in disability studies that are anticipated to impact a growing proportion of individuals in need of disability services. Woven throughout is an emphasis on psychosocial adaptation to disability supported by case studies and field-based experiential exercises.
The text addresses the roles and functions of disability service providers. It also examines ethics in service delivery, credentialing, career paths, cultural competency, poverty, infectious diseases, and family and lifespan perspectives. Reinforcing the need for an interdisciplinary stance, each chapter discusses how varied disciplines work together to provide services addressing the whole person. Active learning is promoted through discussion boxes, self-check questions, and learning exercises. Faculty support includes PowerPoints, model syllabi, test bank, and instructor manual. Purchase includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers.
The Intersection of Trauma and Disaster Behavioral Health: An Introduction
Katie E. Cherry and Allison Gibson
This contributed volume examines the intersection of trauma and disaster behavioral health from a lifespan perspective, filling a critical gap in the literature on disaster mental health research. In the chapters, the contributors evaluate behavioral data of adults exposed to various environmental events in both the United States (i.e., the 2017 Hurricanes Irma in Florida and Harvey in Houston) and abroad (i.e., missile fire in the 2014 Israel-Gaza conflict). Contributors also suggest future directions, practices, and policies for trauma and disaster response.
The three parts of the book provide an overview of disaster behavioral health across the lifespan, propose practical applications of research theories to psychosocial problems resulting from disasters and trauma, and evaluate disaster and trauma interventions from a macro-level perspective. Topics explored among the chapters include:
- Integrating Trauma-Informed Principles into Disaster Behavioral Health Targeting Older Adults
- Cultural Competence and Disaster Mental Health
- When Disasters Strike: Navigating the Challenges of “Sudden Science”
- Frameworks of Recovery: Health Caught at the Intersection of Housing, Education, and Employment Opportunities After Hurricane Katrina
- Substance Use Issues and Behavioral Health After a Disaster
- Psychosocial Recovery After Natural Disaster: International Advocacy, Policy, and Recommendations
The Intersection of Trauma and Disaster Behavioral Health is a vital resource for researchers whose expertise covers the domains of trauma, health and wellness, and natural and technological disasters. The book also is a useful supplement to graduate courses in psychology, sociology, social work, disaster science, human ecology, and public health.
A Beginner’s Guide to College Success
Jonathan Golding, Philipp Kraemer, and David Royse
A Beginner’s Guide to College Success is designed to address a wide range of topics that are of interest to aspiring or new college students, including financial decisions, choosing an area of study, adapting to new responsibilities, managing time wisely, and more.
The guide begins by introducing the reader to the way college is structured and walking the reader through the preparations required to embark upon a college career.
Preliminary chapters help the reader explore the value of a college education, begin to consider a major, and better understand the role credits, grades, and degrees play in the higher education system. Later chapters address the challenges different types of students—military veterans, those with disabilities, and student athletes, to name a few—may face as they transition from high school to college.
These chapters also cover best practices for communicating with faculty members, succeeding in large lecture classes, dealing with reading assignments, how to get the most out of online learning, and more. The guide closes with a collection of chapters dedicated to studying, preparing for exams, and taking advantage of campus resources, including the library, to bolster personal learning.
Full of tips and practical advice, A Beginner’s Guide to College Success is a useful resource for any student considering college and wondering how it differs from high school.
Activating a Teaching–Learning Philosophy: A Practical Guide for Educators
Erlene Grise-Owens, J. Jay Miller, and Larry W. Owens
This how-to manual provides a structured framework for developing a comprehensive teaching–learning philosophy from articulation through implementation to evaluation—and then reactivation. Using professional literature and teaching–learning experiences, the authors provide pragmatic steps for using a grounded philosophy to inform, engage, and assess teaching–learning. They advocate an integrated teaching–learning philosophy to promote ongoing commitment, engaged competency, and meaningful purpose in practice for educators.
The book can be used as an individual tool for professional development or in programs that prepare engaged educators, including doctoral curricula. It can also be used to inform unit and even university-level activation of a joint, shared, philosophical approach to support accountability efforts, such as institutional effectiveness and accreditation.
The authors intend this book to serve as the resource they wish they had possessed when they first ventured into the teaching role—and, indeed, throughout a career trajectory.
2018 Research Publications
Ballard, J. R., Benner, K. & Elder, W. G. (2018). Role of family medicine physicians in substance use disorder assessment. Kentucky Academy of Family Physicians Journal, 89 (3), 18-21.
Balogová, B., Miller, J., & Poklembová, Z. (2018). Absencia socioterapie ako primarnej oblasti naplne prace socialnych pracovnicov a pracovnicov. Journal Socioterapie, 3(1,2), 28.
Balogová, B., Miller, J., & Poklembová, Z. (2018). Predstavenie spoluprace s University of Kentucky na medzinarodnom vyskume: Self-care practices of social work. Kvalita Zivota 2017, Zbornik Obdornych Prispevkov.
Balogová, B., Miller, J., & Poklembová, Z. (2018). Starostlivosť o seba v sociálnej práci v podmienkach Slovenska – participácia na medzinárodnom výskume Univerzity Kentucky. Pomáhajúce profesie a starostlivosť o seba z pohľadu psychológie a sociálnej práce, 75.
Bardach, S., Moore, C., Holmes, S.D., Murphy, R.R., Gibson, A. & Jicha, G.A. (2018). Does dementia have a silver lining?: Positive life experiences following a diagnosis. OBM Geriatrics.
Barnhart, S., Gearhart, M. C., & Maguire-Jack, K. (2018). Perceptions of collective efficacy among single mothers: Insights for conceptualization and measurement. Journal of Family Issues, 39, 4019-4040.
Benner, K. & Curl, A. (2018). Exhausted, stressed, and disengaged: Does employment create burnout for social work students? Journal of Social Work Education.
Benner, K., Loeffler, D.N., & Buchanan, S. (in press). Understanding social justice engagement in undergraduate social work curriculum. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work.
Callahan, A. M., & Benner, K. (2018). Building spiritual competence: A qualitative study of an online spirituality course. Journal of Religion & Spirituality in Social Work.
Cassetty, C., Kostelic, A.F., Pope, N.D., & Liu, Y. (2018). Prepare to care: Making sense of legal and financial issues as a family caregiver. Lexington, KY: Cooperative Extension Service, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (Pub#: HFD-AHK.153)
Castro, M.G., Dicks, M., Bennett, K., Hustedde, C., Sacks, D., Hunter, L.J., Elder, W. (in press). Teach students, Empower patients, Act collaboratively and Meet health goals (TEAM): An early interprofessional clinical experience in transformed care. Advances in Medical Education and Practice [vol/pp/https://doi.org/]
Cerel, J., Brown, M., Maple, M., Singleton, M., van de Venne, J, Moore, M. & Flaherty, C (2018). How many people are exposed to suicide? Not six. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior.
Cerel, J., Jones, B., Brown, M .M, Weistenhorn, D., & Patel, K. (2018) Suicide exposure in law enforcement officers. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior. doi: 10.1111/sltb.12516
Cerel, J, & Sanford, R (2018). It’s not who you know, it’s how you think you know them: Suicide exposure and suicide bereavement. Psychoanalytic Study of the Child.
Drapeau, C., Lockman, J., Moore, M. & Cerel, J. (2018) Predictors of posttraumatic growth in adults bereaved by suicide. Crisis.
Feigelman, W., Cerel, J, McIntosh, J, Brent, D & Gutin, N. (2018) Suicide bereavement and differences in religiosity: Much ado about sex. Crisis.
Feigelman, W., Cerel, J, McIntosh, J, Brent, D & Gutin, N. (2018) Suicide exposures and bereavement among American adults: Evidence from the 2016 general social survey. Journal of Affective Disorders.
Feigelman, W., Cerel, J, Sanford, R (2018). Do primary care physicians help the bereaved with their suicide losses: Loss survivor perceptions of helpfulness from physicians. Omega: Journal of Death & Dying. 0030222817742822
Feigelman, W., McIntosh, J, Cerel, J, Brent, D & Gutin, N. (2018) Identifying the social demographic correlates of suicide bereavement. Archives of Suicide Research. doi: 10.1080/13811118.2018.145638
Feigelman, W., Sanford, R. S. & Cerel, J, (2018) Suicide notes: Assessing their impact on the bereaved. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior.
Frey, L. M., Fulginiti, A., Lezine, Q. & Cerel, J (2018). The Decision-making process for disclosing suicidal ideation and behavior to family and friends. Family Relations: Interdisciplinary Journal of Applied Family Studies. doi: 10.1111/fare.12315
Gibson, A., Kusmaul, N., Leedahl, S. (in press). Create social responses to a changing environment. Gerontological Social Work and the Grand Challenges: Focusing on Policy and Practice. New York: Springer. In S. Sanders, S. Kolomer, C. W. Spellman, and V. M. Rizzo (Eds.).
Gibson, A. & McSweeney-Feld, M.H. (2018). A special collection of articles on disaster planning, preparedness, and post-disaster work for older adults. 61, 686-688.
Gibson, A., Walsh, J., & Brown, L.M. (2018). Disaster mental health services review of care for older persons following disasters. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 12, 366-372.
Gibson, A., Walsh, J. L., Brown, L. M. (2018). A perfect storm: Alzheimer’s caregiving during natural disasters. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 61, 775-789.
Gibson, A., Wladkowski, S. & Wallace, C. (2018). Digital immortality and social work: Implications for practice. NASW Health Newsletter.
Griffiths, A. G., Royse, D., Piescher, K. & LaLiberti, T. (2018). Preparing child welfare practitioners: Implications for Title IV-E education and training partnerships. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 12, 282-299.
Griffiths, A., Royse, D., & Walker, J.R. (2018). Stress among child protective service workers: Self-reported health consequences. Children and Youth Services Review, 90, 46-53.
Harrington-LaMorie, J., Jordan, J. R., Ruocco, K. & Cerel, J. (2018) Survivors of military suicide loss: exploring postvention peer support. Death Studies, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1080/07481187.2017.1370789/01609513.2017.1351414
Johnston, J. P., Loeffler, D. N., & Jones, B. L. (2018) Podcasts for (inter)active teaching and learning. The Journal of Faculty Development, 32(3), 31-36.
Kheibari, A., Cerel, J. & Sanford, R. S. (2018). Attitudes about suicide ideation among suicide loss survivors: A vignette study. Psychological Reports.
Killian, M., Schuman, D. L., Mayersohn, G., & Triplett, K. (2018). Psychosocial predictors of medication non-adherence in pediatric organ transplantation: A systematic review. Pediatric Transplantation.
Kostelic, A.F., & Pope, N.D. (In press). Preparing for caregiving: A collaboration between AARP, FCS extension and social work. Journal of the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences.
Kostelic, A.F., Pope, N.D., Cassetty, C., & Liu, Y. (2018). Prepare to care: Why plan? preparing for potential care needs in late life. Lexington, KY: Cooperative Extension Service, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (Pub#: HFD-AHK.152)
Kusmaul, N., Gibson, A. & Leedahl, S. (2018). Gerontological social work roles in disaster preparedness and response. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 61, 692-696.
Lawler, M. J., Choi, C., Yoo, J., Lee, J., Roh, S., Newland, L. A., Giger, J. T., Sudhagoni, R., Brockevelt, B. L., & Lee, B. J. (2018). Children’s subjective well-being in rural communities of South Korea and the United States. Children and Youth Services Review, 85, 158-164.
Lianekhammy, J., Miller, J., Lee, J., Pope, N., Barnhart, S., & Grise-Owens, E. (2018). Exploring the self-compassion of healthcare social workers: How do they fare? Social Work in Healthcare. doi: 10.1080/00981389.2018.1471017
Liu, Y., Kostelic, A.F., Pope, N.D., & Cassetty, C. (2018). Prepare to care: Self-care for family caregivers. Lexington, KY: Cooperative Extension Service, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (Pub#: HFD-AHK.154)
Maguire-Jack, K., Purtell, K.M., Showalter, K., Barnhart, S., & Yang, M. (2018). Preventive benefits of child care subsidy in child neglect. Children & Society.
Maple, M., Pearce, T., Sanford, R., Cerel, J., Andriessen, K. & Dransart, D. A. (2018) A systematic mapping of suicide bereavement and postvention research and a proposed strategic research agenda. Crisis. doi: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000498
Matthieu, MM, Lawrence, KA, Gould, O, Scheinberg, A. (2018). Veterans volunteering: An emerging practice and satisfaction with a civic service program for returning U.S. veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan. Best Practices in Mental Health. 14, 93-111.
Miller, J., Benner, K., Donohue-Dioh, J., & Segress, M. (2018). Supporting collegiate foster youth and alumni: A mixed-method planning approach for higher education. Evaluation and Program Planning: The International Journal. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2018.10.005
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, 26(2), 1-22.
Miller, J., Donohue-Dioh, J., Larkin, S., Niu, C., & Womack, R. (2018). Exploring the self-care practices of practicum supervisors: Implications for field education. The Field Educator, 8(2), 1-20.
Miller, J., Donohue-Dioh, J., Niu, C., & Shalash, N. (2018). Self-care among child welfare workers: A research brief. Child and Youth Services Review, 84, 137-142.
Miller, J., Duron, J., Donohue-Dioh, J., & Geiger, J. (2018). Conceptualizing effective legal representation for foster youth: An exploratory study. Child and Youth Services Review, 91(C), 271-278.
Miller, J., Grise-Owens, E., & Shalash, N. (2018). Investigating the self-care practices of social work faculty: An exploratory study. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 37, 1044-1059.
Miller, J., Grise-Owens, E., Niu, C., & Shalash, N. (in press). Examining self-care practices of bachelor prepared social workers: Implications for undergraduate education. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work.
Miller, J., Lee, J., Benner K., Shalash, N., Barnhart, S., & Grise-Owens, E. (2018). Self-compassion among child welfare workers: An exploratory study. Children and Youth Services Review, 89, 205-211.
Miller, J., Lee, J., Pope, N., Barnhart, S., & Grise-Owens, E. (2018). Exploring the self-compassion of healthcare social workers: How do they fare? Social Work in Health Care. doi:10.1080/00981389.2018.1471017
Miller, J., Lianekhammy, J., & Grise-Owens, E. (2018). Examining social worker self-care practices: Implications for practice. Advances in Social Work, 18(4), 1250–1266.
Miller, J., Niu, C., & Moody, S. (in press). Investigating the child trauma knowledge of adoptive parents: An exploratory study. Adoption Quarterly.
Miller, J., Niu, C., Sauer, C., Bowman, K., Segress, M., & Benner, K. (2018). Foster parents’ knowledge of child trauma: An exploratory study. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2017.1422839
Miller, J., Poklembova, Z., Grise-Owens, E., & Bowman, A. (2018). Exploring the self-care practices of social workers in Slovakia: How do they fare? International Social Work. doi: 10.1177/0020872818773150
Miller, J., Sauer, C., Bowman, K., Thrasher, S., Benner, K., Segress, M., & Niu, C. (2018). Conceptualizing adoptive parent support groups: A mixed-method process. Adoption Quarterly, 1, 41-57.
Miller, J., & Vaughn, L. (2018). Training child welfare Citizen Review Panel members: A promising approach? Child and Youth Services Review, 86, 94 – 97.
Newland, L. A., Giger, J. T., et al. (2018). Child Development Children’s SWB: Individual and contextual predictors of children’s SWB in middle childhood and early adolescence across 8 countries: A multilevel analysis. Child Development. https://doiorg.ezproxy.uky.edu/10.1111/cdev.13134
Parekh, R., Maleku, A., Adorno, G., Fields, N., Schuman, D. L., & Felderhof, B. (2018). Pathways to age-friendly communities in urban neighborhoods: Do social capital and social cohesion matter? Gerontological Social Work. Advance online publication.
Pope, N.D., Baldwin, P.K., & Lee, J. (2018). “I didn’t expect to learn as much as I did”: Rewards of caregiving in young adulthood. Journal of Adult Development. doi:10.1007/s10804-018-9284-2
Pope, N.D., Kostelic, A.F., Liu, Y., & Cassetty, C. (2018). Prepare to care: Caregiver communication – It is never too early to soon to have a conversation about caregiving. Lexington, KY: Cooperative Extension Service, University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. (Pub#: HFD-AHK.151)
Reno, R., Barnhart, S., & Gabbe, P. T. (2018). A critical inquiry of breastfeeding attitudes, barriers, and experiences of African American women living in poverty. Journal of Poverty, 22, 518-536.
Roh, S., Burnette, C.E., Lee, Y.S., Giger, J. T., Goins, R.T., Petereit, D.G., Lawler, M. J. & Lee, K.H (2018). Identifying risk and protective factors related to depressive symptoms among Northern Plains American Indian women cancer survivors. Women and Health. doi.org/10.1080/03630242.2018.1544965
Royse, D. & Badger, K. (2018). Burn survivors’ near-death experiences: A qualitative examination. OMEGA—Journal of Death and Dying, 0030222818755286.
Schuman, D. L., Bricout, J., & Peterson, H. L., & Barnhart, S. (2018). A systematic review of the psychosocial effects of emotional numbing in U.S. combat veterans. Journal of Clinical Psychology.
Schuman, D. L. & Killian, M. (2018). Pilot study of a single session heart rate variability biofeedback intervention on veterans’ posttraumatic stress symptoms. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Retrieved from
Schuman, D.L., Lawrence, K.A., & Pope, N.D. (2018). Broadcasting war trauma: An exploratory netnography of veterans’ YouTube vlogs. Qualitative Health Research.
Schuman, D. L., Lawrence, K. A., & Pope, N. (2018). Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans’ PTSD milvlogs on YouTube: An exploratory study. Qualitative Health Research. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1049732318797623
Scott, A.B., Reed, R.G., Garcia-Willingham, N.E., Lawrence, K.A., & Segerstrom, S.C. (2018). Lifespan Socioeconomic Context: Associations with Cognitive Functioning in Later Life. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B.
Slovak, K., Pope, N., Giger, J. T., & Kheibari, A. (2018). An evaluation of the Counseling on Access to Lethal Means (CALM) training with an area agency on aging. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 1-19.
Whitt-Woosley, A., Sprang, G. & Royse, D. (2018). Identifying the trauma recovery needs of maltreated children: An examination of child welfare workers’ effectiveness in screening for traumatic stress. Child Abuse & Neglect, 81, 296-307.
Williams, S. M., Frey, L. M., Stage, D. S. & Cerel, J. (2018). The unique experiences of a dual identity: Exploring lived experience in gender and sexual minority suicide attempt survivors. Orthopsychiatry. doi: 10.1037/ort0000334
Yoon, S., Barnhart, S., & Cage, J. (2018). The effects of recurrent physical abuse on the co-development of behavior problems and posttraumatic stress symptoms among child welfare-involved youth. Child Abuse & Neglect. 81, 29-38.
Yoon, S., Cage, J., Pei, F., & Barnhart, S. (2018). Risk and Resilience Factors for Psychobehavioral Symptom Trajectories Among Child Welfare–Involved Youth. Journal of interpersonal violence, 0886260518799485.
2020 Research Publications
Aldrich, R. S., & Cerel, J. (2020). Occupational suicide exposure and impact on mental health: examining differences across helping professions. OMEGA-Journal of death and dying.
Bardach, S., Gibson, A., Parsons, K., Stauffer, A., & Jicha, G. (2020). Rural caregivers: Identification of informational needs through telemedicine questions. Journal of Rural Health. [Epub ahead of print].
Bardach, S., Parsons, K., Gibson, A., & Jicha, G. (2020). “From victimhood to warriors:” Super-researchers’ insights into Alzheimer’s disease clinical trial participation motivations. The Gerontologist, 60(4), 693-703.
Bardach, S.H., Gibson, A., Rhodus, E.K., & Jicha, G.A. (2020). Will ‘social distancing’ lead to future ‘research distancing’: A reflection on COVID-19 impacts on Alzheimer’s disease research. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Intervention, 6(1), e12045.
Barnhart, S., Kilty, K. & Loeffler, D. (in press). Family structure as a social determinant of child health. Journal of Poverty.
Barth, R.P. Jonson-Reid, M., Greeson, J.K.; Drake, B., Berrick, J.D., Garcia, A.R., Shaw, T.V., & Gyourko, J. (2020). Outcomes following child welfare services: What are they and do they differ for Black children? Journal of Public Child Welfare, 14 (5), 477-499.
Cambron, S., & Conner, L. (2020). Using a lens of cultural humility to dissolve racialized inequities for families. Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 26(2), 13-19.
Carter, S. P., Cowan, T., Snow, A., Cerel, J., & Tucker, R. (2020). Health Insurance and Mental Health Care Utilization Among Adults Who Identify as Transgender and Gender Diverse. Psychiatric Services, 71(2), 151-157.
Cerel, J., Tucker, R. R., Aboussouan, A., & Snow, A. (2020). Suicide exposure in transgender and gender diverse adults. Journal of Affective Disorders, 278, 165-171.
Christian, C.W., Finck, K.R., Connolly, C., Jaffee, S., Greeson, J.K., Garcia, A.R., Carlough, S.L., & Watts, C. (2020). Tear down those walls: The future of graduate education in child and family advocacy. International Journal of Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice. DOI 10.1007/s42448-020-00057-3.
Cornelius, J., Okoro, F., Whitaker-Brown, C., & Conner, L. (2020). The HIV prevention needs of African American transgender women living in the southern region of the United States. Cogent Social Sciences, 6, 1-13.
Donohue-Dioh, J., Otis, M., Miller, J., Sossou, M-A., de la Torres, C., & Lawson, T. (2020). Survivors’ conceptualizations of human trafficking prevention: An exploratory study. Evaluation and Program Planning, 83.
Feigelman, W., & Cerel, J. (2020). Feelings of blameworthiness and their associations with the grieving process in suicide mourning. Frontiers in psychology, 11, 610.
Feigelman, W., Kawashima, D., Kawano, K., Cerel, J., & Koga, Y. (2020). Examining whether South Korean and Japanese Views of Suicide and Death Help to Better Understand their Contrasting Suicide Patterns. Suicidology Online, 11(1).
Feigelman, W., Rosen, Z., & Cerel, J. (2020). Unraveling the complex web of associations between easy access to firearms and premature mortalities. Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior, 50(1), 277-291.
Feigelman, W., Sanford, R. L., & Cerel, J. (2020). Do primary care physicians help the bereaved with their suicide losses: Loss survivor perceptions of helpfulness from physicians. OMEGA-Journal of death and dying, 80(3), 476-489.
Garcia, A.R., Kim, M., Myers, C., & Trinh, X. (2020). Do implementation contexts for the Positive Parenting Program improve child and parental well-being?: Findings from the PEP-2 child welfare study. Journal of Social Work, doi. 10.1177/1468017320957497.
Garcia, A.R., Myers, C., Morones, S., Ohene, S., & Kim, M. (2020). “It starts from the top”: Caseworkers, leaders, and TripleP providers’ perceptions of implementation processes and contexts. Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance. doi.org/10.1080/23303131.2020.1755759.
Garcia, A.R., Pecora, P.J., Schnell, A.H., Burnson, C., & Harris, C. (2020). Strategies and recommendations for conducting technical reviews for the Title IV-E Family First Prevention and Services Act. Children and Youth Services Review, doi.10.1016/j.childyouth.2020.105597.
Gibson, A., Bardach, S.H., & Jicha, G.A. (2020). Identifying adaptive and maladaptive behaviors following a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment. Alzheimer’s Disease & Associated Disorders, 34(3).
Gibson, A., Bardach, S.H., & Pope, N. (2020). COVID-19 and the digital divide: Will social workers help bridge the gap? Journal of Gerontological Social Work. [Epub ahead of print].
Gibson, A., Latimer, A.L., Silberman, D.R., Schuman, D.R. (2020). Dying online: An analysis of end-of-life narratives. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 16(1), 57-76.
Gibson, A., Wladkowski, S.P., Wallace, C.L., & Anderson, K.A. (2020). Considerations for developing online bereavement support groups. Journal of Social Work in End-of-Life and Palliative Care, 16(2), 99-115.
Giger, J., Barnhart, S. Feltner, F.; Slone, M.; Lawler, M.; & Windsor, L.; Windsor, A. Validating the eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS) in rural adolescents. (in press). The Journal of Rural Health.
Greeson, J.K., Garcia, A.R., Tan, F., Chacon, A., & Ortiz, A.J. (2020). Interventions for youth aging out of foster care: A state of the science review. Children & Youth Services Review, 105005.
Griffiths, A., Royse, D., Flaherty, C., & Collins-Camargo, C. (In press). Perceptions of workload and job impact as predictors of child welfare worker health status. Child Welfare.
Hvidkjær, K. L., Ranning, A., Madsen, T., Fleischer, E., Eckardt, J. P., Nordentoft , M., Cerel, J, & Erlangsen, A. (2020). People exposed to suicide attempts: Frequency, impact, and the support received. Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior.
Jones, N., & Conner, L. (2020). Measuring social work students’ reflective learning through role-play and writing. Social Work Education.
Kennedy, A. J., Cerel, J., Kheibari, A. & Watts, J. (in press, 9/2020) A comparison of farmer and non-farmer suicides from the United States National Violent Deaths Reporting System, 2003-2016. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior.
Kim, M., Garcia, A. R., Jung, N., & Barnhart, S. (2020). Rates and predictors of mental health service use among dual system youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 105024.
Latimer, A. L., Otis, M. D., Flaherty, C., & Ross, M. A. (2021). A survey of moral distress and end of life care in mechanical circulatory support nurses. Heart & Lung: The Journal of Critical Care, 50(1), 65–70.
Lawrence KA, Pachner TM, Long MM, Henderson S, Schuman DL, Plassman BL. (2020). Risk and Protective Factors of Dementia Among Adults with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Systematic Review Protocol. BMJ Open, 10(6), e035517. (IF: 2.38)
Lee, O., Conner, L., & Davis, B. (2020). Narrative gerontology in practice: Students’ experiences with conducting autoethnography. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development. doi: 10.1177/0091415020926842
Long, M.M., Cerel, J., Aldrich, R.S. Kheibari, A. (In Press, 8/2020). Suicide Exposure in Crisis Workers. Crisis.
Myers, C., Garcia, A.R., Beidas, R., & Yang, Z. (2020). Factors that predict child welfare caseworker referrals to an evidence-based parenting program. Children and Youth Services Review, 109, 104750.
Nadorff, M.R., DeShong, H.L., Golding, S., Cerel, J., McDaniel, C.J., Pate, A.R., Kelley, K., & Walgren, M.D. (In Press 9/2020). Rates of exposure to natural, accidental, and suicide deaths. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior.
Ohene, S. K., & Garcia, A.R. (2020). Narratives of women’s retrospective experiences of teen pregnancy, motherhood, and school engagement while placed in foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 108, 104563.
Otachi, J.K., and Benner, K. (2020). Social work students’ perspectives on understanding and addressing research anxiety. Perspectives on Social Work Journal, 15 (3), 3-10.
Pope, N.D., Buchino, S., & Ascienzo, S. (2020). “Just like jail”: Trauma experiences of older homeless men. Journal of Gerontological Social Work: Special Issue, 63(3), 143-161. doi:10.1080/01634372.2020.1733727
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