Kudos to Alexis Glennon and PhD alum Doyle Pruitt on their publication of, "Self-care for clinicians during remote sessions: Adapting to the new world" in the Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Kudos to Assistant Professor Maria Rodriguez, PhD Candidate Seventy Hall and colleagues on the publication of their book chapter, "Mutual Information Scoring: Increasing Interpretability in Categorical Clustering Tasks with Applications to Child Welfare Data" in the book Social, cultural, and behavioral modeling.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Elizabeth Bowen and PhD Candidate Nicole Capozziello on their publication of, Faceless, nameless, invisible: a visual content analysis of photographs in U.S. media coverage about homelessness" in Taylor & Francis (Routledge).
Congratulations to Clinical Professor Susan Green, ITTIC Co-Director Samantha Koury, and former Co-Director of ITTIC Thomas Nochajski, and their colleague on the publication of, "Twelve-month organizational study examining the associations among behavioral healthcare worker's perceptions of autonomy, decision-making power, organizational commitment, and burnout: Reconceptualizing the role of commitment in shaping staff member experiences of the work environment" in the Journal of Community Psychology.
Kudos to PhD candidate Hannah Ginn and colleagues on their publication, "The Sexual Health Needs of People with IDD: Considerations for Support Professionals and Administrators" in Sexuality & Disability.
Congratulations to Professors Paul Stasiewicz and Clara Bradizza, Visiting Assistant Professor Braden Linn and Phd Student Charles LaBarre on the publication of their article, "Pretreatment change in substance use behaviors: Implications for the social work field" in the Journal of Health & Social Work.
Kudos to Assistant Professor Maria Rodriguez and colleagues on the publication of their article, "Community outreach, fundraising, and social transformation: The functions of social media platforms to prevent dating abuse in gender-based violence organizations", in the Journal of Community Practice.
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Noelle St. Vil and colleagues on the publication of, "Perspectives on a Couples-Based, e-Health HIV Prevention Toolkit Intervention: A Qualitative Dyadic Study with Black, Heterosexual Couples in New York State" in The National Library of Medicine.
Congratulations to Professor Nancy J. Smyth and her colleagues on the publication of their article, "Social Work Educators’ Opportunities During COVID-19: A Roadmap for Trauma-Informed Teaching During Crisis" in the Journal of Social Work Education.
Congratulations to Assisant Professor Mickey Sperlich and colleague with the publication of "The Survivor Moms’ Companion Trauma-Specific Perinatal Psychoeducation Intervention in a Community Outreach Program: An Open Pilot" in the Journal od Midwifery & Women's Health.
Congratulations to DSW student Alexis Glennon and her colleague on the publication of their chapter, "Social media in social work: Research, education, and practice" in the book Social Work in Digital Societies.