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May 2, 2012
 
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Faculty Highlights 2011: School of Social Work

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Wahiba Abu-Rass published the following: “Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Services: The Case for Muslim Patients” in Topics in Integrative Health Care: An International Journal, 2 (2), 2011; “Perceptions on Muslim Chaplain’s Role by Pastoral Care Directors and Chaplains of New York City Hospitals and Health Care Settings” in the Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 6 (1), 2011; and, with L. Laird, “How Muslim and Non-Muslim Chaplains Serve Muslim Patients: Does the Interfaith Chaplaincy Model Have Room for Muslims’ Experiences?” in the Journal of Religion and Health, 50 (1), p. 46–61, 2011. She presented, with F. Ross-Sheriff and T. Tirmazi, “Exploring the Immigrant Muslim Youth Experience in a Post 9/11 America” at the 15th Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research: Emerging Horizons for Social Work Research, Tampa, FL, January 2011.

Julie Altman wrote “Review of the Book, Marital Conflict and Children: An Emotional Security Perspective” in Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 92, 2011, and, with S. Michael, “University and Community Partnerships: The Challenges of Collaborative knowledge Creation” in Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, 17 (2), p. 41–52, 2011. She presented “‘Look at Me…Look at Me’: Visual Data and the Creation of a Phenomenon” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL, May 2011. She, Peter Chernack and Carol Cohen presented “Powerful Groups: Case Studies of Effective Cohort Models in Social Work Education” at the 57th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA, October 2011.

Roni Berger authored “The Golden Cage: Western Women in the Compound in a Muslim Country” in the Journal of International Women’s Studies, 12 (1), p. 38–54, 2011; with E. Blyth, L. Frith and L. Paul, “Conditional Embryo Relinquishment: Choosing to Relinquish Embryos for Family Building Through an Embryo Adoption Programme” in Human Reproduction, 26 (12), p. 3327–3338, 2011; and, with O. Nuttman-Shwartz, “Field Education in International Social Work: Where We Are and Where Should We Go” in International Social Work, online, 2011. She and Marilyn Paul cowrote “Using Email for Family Research” in the Journal of Technology in Human Services, 29 (3), p. 197–211, 2011. She presented “Teaching Evidence Based Practice in Field Education” at the Sagamore Children’s Psychiatric Hospital, Dix Hills, NY, March 2011; “Posttraumatic Growth in the Context of Immigration” at Ashkelon Academic College, Israel, December 2011; and “Helping Racially Mixed Groups in the Encounter with a Stressful Experience: New Insights into Emerging Challenges” at the Fourth Regional Mediterranean Congress of the International Association for Group Psychotherapy, Porto, Portugal, September 2011.

Diann Cameron-Kelly published, with S. Barksdale and D. Gitelson, Treating Young Veterans: Promoting Resilience Through Practice and Advocacy (New York: Springer Publishing Company, 2011), in which she wrote the following book chapters: “Today’s Young Veterans—Serving a Resilient Community,” p. xxi–xxii; “The Contextual Challenges for Young Veterans,” p. 3–12; with J. Alex, A. Mallow and B. WilliamsGray, “Living Beyond the Intersection of War Theater and Home: Protective Factors for Healthy Reintegration,” p. 13–22; with S. Ward, “Veterans-by-Proxy: Amending Loss of Self Among the Children of Combat Veterans,” p. 81–100; and, with D. Gitelson, S. Howe-Barksdale and W. Valente, “Epilogue: Meeting the Need and Respecting the Voice: Our Final Words,” p. 341–346.

Carolann Daniel wrote “The Paths to Social Work: Contextual Determinants of Career Choice Among Ethnic/Racial Minority Students in the United States” in Social Work Education, 30 (8), p. 895–910, 2011. She presented “The Current Status of Women in Haiti One Year Later: Where Do We Go From Here?” at the Brooklyn for Peace Annual Conference, May 2011. Dr. Daniel and Godfrey Gregg presented “‘The Master’s Tools Cannot Dismantle the Master’s House’: Centering Black Women’s Experiences in Qualitative Research” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL, May 2011.

Judy Fenster wrote the book chapter, “Treatment Issues and Interventions with Adolescents from Substance-Abusing Families” in Children of Alcohol and Other Drug-Abusing Parents: Treatment Issues and Interventions, p. 127–152 (New York: Spring Publishing Company, 2011).

Richard Francoeur, with S. Murty and B. Sandowski, cowrote the book chapter, “Special Considerations in Rural and Inner City Areas” in the Oxford Textbook of Palliative Social Work, p. 125–140, (New York: Oxford University Press, Inc., 2011). He published “Interpreting Interactions of Ordinal or Continuous Variables in Moderated Regression Using the zero Slope Comparison: Tutorial, New Extensions, and Cancer Symptom Applications” in the International Journal of Society Systems Science, 3 (1/2), p. 137–158, 2011, and “Ensuring Safe Access to Medications for Palliative Care While Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse: Innovations for American Inner Cities, Rural Areas, and Communities Overwhelmed by Addiction” in Risk Management and Healthcare Policy, 4, p. 97–105, 2011. He presented “Validating Psychometric Measures as Abuse Potential Signals to Inform a Shorter Drug Safety Questionnaire: A Proposed Study of Adverse Events and Clusters that Simultaneously Predict a Psychometric Scale and Unique Variation in Scale Items” at the Science of Abuse Liability Assessment Meeting, Rockville, MD, November 2011.

Patricia Joyce presented “The Body Speaks: Reflexivity in Qualitative Social Work Research on Trauma” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL, May 2011, and “Social Workers Construct Mothers’ Reactions to Incest Disclosure” at Bystanders No More: Psychotherapeutic Dialogues for the Politically Silenced, New York, NY, May 2011.

Tae Kuen Kim and Shannon Lane presented “Government Health Expenditure and Public Health Outcomes” at the Society for Social Work and Research, Tampa, FL, January 2011.

Elizabeth Palley wrote, with C. Shdaimah, “Child Care Policy: A Need for Greater Advocacy” in the Children and Youth Services Review, 33 (7), p. 1159–1165, 2011. She presented, with J. Yoo, “Policy Diffusion and korean Special Education Policy” at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Law and Society Association, San Francisco, CA, June 2011. Dr. Palley and Shannon Lane presented “Social Action Day” at the Social Work Action Alliance, Washington, D.C., June 2011.

Subadra Panchanadeswaran published, with D. Jayasundara, “Maternal Mortality in Developing Countries: Applicability of Amartya Sen’s Perspectives” in the Journal of Comparative Social Welfare, 27 (3), p. 221–231, 2011. She and Beverly Araujo Dawson cowrote “How Discrimination and Stress Affect Self-Esteem Among Dominican Immigrant Women: An Exploratory Study” in Social Work in Public Health, online, 2011. Dr. Panchanadeswaran and Stavroula Kyriakakis, with K. Chaudhuri and M. Roldan, presented “Straddling the Challenges of Service Provision to Latino/a and South Asian Survivors of IPV in the US: Practitioner Perspectives” at the Fifth Annual Conference on Sociology, Athens, Greece, May 2011. She also presented, with D. Jayasundara, “Sustainable Development in the Field of Social Work: The Past and the Present” at the 17th International Consortium for Social Development Symposium, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 2011.

Marilyn Paul and Roni Berger, with E. Blyth and L. Frith, published “Embryo Relinquishment for Family-Building: How Should It Be Conceptualised?” in the International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family, 25 (2), p. 260– 285, 2011. Dr. Paul presented “Chairperson & Co-Facilitator” at Social Work Practice with Veterans Through the Lifespan, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY, September 2011, and, with D. Kelly, “Optimizing Service Delivery Through Asset-Based Community Assessment in the Perinatal Networks” at From Marginalized to Community Assets: Optimizing Service Delivery Through AssetBased Community Assessment in the Perinatal Networks: A Workgroup Symposium, Poughkeepsie, NY, January 2011. She, Shannon Lane and Elizabeth Palley presented “Inspiring and Training Students for Social Action: Renewing a Needed Tradition” at the 25th Anniversary National Meeting and Conference of the Social Welfare Action Alliance, Washington, D.C., June 2011.

Laura Quiros and Stavroula Kyriakakis presented “Raising the Voice: The Empowerment of Oppressed and Marginalized Women of Color Through the Qualitative Research Process” at the Seventh International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, Urbana-Champaign, IL, May 2011. Dr. Quiros also presented “Raising the Voice of Women with Multiracial and Multiethnic Ancestry” at the 11th International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, Cape Town, South Africa, June 2011.

Geoffrey Ream cowrote, with E. Dunlap and L. Elliott, “Playing Video Games While Using or Feeling the Effects of Substances: Associations with Substance Use Problems” (p. 3979–3998) and “Patterns of and Motivations for Concurrent Use of Video Games and Substances” (p. 3999–4012) in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 8 (10), 2011. He presented, with E. Dunlap and L. Elliott, “Relationships between Problem Video Game Playing, Substance Dependence Symptoms, Concurrent Video Game and Substance Use, and Growth in Use over Time” at the 114th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., August 2011.

Philip Rozario authored, with M. kidahashi and D. DeRienzis, “Selection, Optimization, and Compensation: Strategies to Maintain, Maximize, and Generate Resources in Later Life in the Face of Chronic Illnesses” in the Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 54 (2), p. 224–239, 2011. He cowrote, with S. Hong, “Doing It ‘Right’ By Your Parents in Singapore: A Political Economy Examination of the Maintenance of Parents Act of 1995” in Critical Social Policy, 31 (4), p. 607–627, 2011, and presented “A Political Economy Examination of the Maintenance of Parents Act of 1995 in Singapore” at the 64th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA, November 2011.

Bradley Zodikoff presented “Older Adults’ Access to Mental Health Services: Perspectives on Barriers and Facilitators to Treatment” at the Northport Veterans Administration Medical Center, Northport, NY, January 2011.

This piece appeared in the Erudition 2012 edition.
 
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