2018–2019 Faculty Publications
August 30, 2019 @ 9:35 pm
During the 2018–2019 academic year, the Columbia School of Social Work’s tenured and tenure-track faculty published more than 150 articles in scholarly journals and related publications. The following list of 2018–2019 highlights includes a book by Professor of Social Policy Neeraj Kaushal, her first, which came out in January on the timely topic of immigration and ultranationalistic politics. (For more publications of the past academic year, please see the CVs posted on our faculty profile pages.)
- June 10, 2019: Jane Waldfogel is co-author of “Paid Family Care Leave: A Missing Piece in the U.S. Social Insurance System,” a publication of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth.
- June 2019: André Ivanoff is co-author of “Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for the Treatment of Stalking Offenders: A Randomized Controlled Study”, in Law and Human Behavior.
- April 1, 2019: Carmela Alcántara is lead author of “Employment Status and the Association of Sociocultural Stress with Sleep in the Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos,” in Sleep.
- March 29, 2019: Nabila El-Bassel is lead author of “Effectiveness of a Couple-Based HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Intervention for Men in Community Supervision Programs and Their Female Sexual Partners,” in JAMA Network Open.
- March 15, 2019: Roland Mincy is lead author of a report, “Growth and Change in the Composition of Vulnerable Nonresident Fathers,” a publication of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
- March 1, 2019: Nabila El-Bassel is lead author—and Louisa Gilbert, Elwin Wu, and Timothy Hunt are among the co-authors—of “Effectiveness of a Couple-based HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention Intervention for Men in Community Supervision Programs and their Female Sexual Partners: A Randomized Clinical Trial,” in JAMA Network Open.
- March 2019: Qin Gao is co-editor of “Symposium on Gender, Migration, and Human Development in East Asia,” a special section of the Journal of Asian Public Policy.
- February 28, 2019: Irwin Garfinkel is one of 15 authors of a National Academies report, A Roadmap to Reducing Child Poverty.
- February 28, 2019: Louisa Gilbert is first author of “Situational Contexts and Risk Factors Associated with Incapacitated and Nonincapacitated Sexual Assaults Among College Women”, in the Journal of Women’s Health.
- February 12, 2019: Heidi Allen is co-author of “A New Medicaid Research Hub in a Time of Major Policy Change,” in Policies for Action.
- February 11, 2019: Alissa Davis is lead author of “If You Build It, Will They Use It? Preferences for Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Adherence Monitoring Among People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in Kazakhstan,” in AIDS and Behavior.
- February 9, 2019: Susan Witte is co-author of “Achieving Women’s Equity in Academic Medicine: Challenging the Standards,” in The Lancet.
- February 2019: Qin Gao is co-editor of Social Assistance in China: Impact Evaluation and Policy Implications, a special issue of China: An International Journal.
- January 29, 2019: Julien Teitler is lead author of “Elective Deliveries and Neonatal Outcomes in Full-Term Pregnancies,” in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
- January 18, 2019: Brooke West is author of “Social Networks of Substance-Using Populations: Key Issues and Promising New Approaches for HIV,” published in Current HIV/AIDS Reports.
- January 1, 2019: Jinyu Liu is lead author of “Psychological Well-Being of Chinese American Adult-Child Caregivers: How Do Filial Expectation, Self-Rated Filial Performance, And Filial Discrepancy Matter?” in Aging & Mental Health.
- January 2019: Nabila El-Bassel, Marion Riedel, and Susan Witte are among the co-authors of “Project Nova: Microfinance and HIV Prevention Intervention For Women Who Engage in Sex Work and Use Drugs in Kazakhstan,” in AIDS and Behavior.
- January 2019: Desmond Patton is co-author of “Artificial Intelligence and Inclusion: Formerly Gang-Involved Youth as Domain Experts for Analyzing Unstructured Twitter Data,” in Social Science Computer Review.
- January 2019: Columbia University Press published a book by Neeraj Kaushal, her first, called Blaming Immigrants: Nationalism and the Economics of Global Movement.
- January 2019: Kathy Shear is co-author of a chapter, “Relationship Between Complicated Grief and Depression: Relevance, Etiological Mechanisms, and Implications,” in the book Neurobiology of Depression, published by Academic Press.
- December 18: Heidi Allen is lead author—and Irwin Garfinkel and Jane Waldfogel are co-authors—of “Social Policy Research in the 21st Century: The State of Scholarship and the Profession – What is Promising and What Needs to Be Done,” in Social Service Review.
- December 3, 2018: Susan Witte is lead author of “Organizational Readiness to Implement HIV Prevention for Couples,” in Translational Behavioral Medicine.
- December 2018: Jane Waldfogel is co-author of “Gender in the Labor Market: The Role of Equal-Opportunity and Family-Friendly Policies,” a publication of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
- November 23, 2018: Nabila El-Bassel is lead author of a book chapter, “Integrating Treatment for Opioid Use Disorders and HIV Services into Primary Care: Solutions for the 21st Century,” in Structural Interventions for HIV Prevention: Optimizing Strategies for Reducing New Infections and Improving Care, published by Oxford University Press. Louisa Gilbert, Timothy Hunt, Susan Witte, and Elwin Wu are among the chapter’s co-authors.
- November 21, 2018: Courtney Cogburn is a co-author of “Association of Exposure to Police Violence with Prevalence of Mental Health Symptoms Among Urban Residents in the United States,” in JAMA Network Open.
- November 11, 2018: Ada Mui is author of “Perceived Life Expectancy Predicts Time Investment in Productive Aging Activities: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study,” in the journal Innovation in Aging.
- November 1, 2018: Elwin Wu is author of a paper, “Childhood Sexual Abuse Among Black Men Who Have Sex with Men: A Cornerstone of a Syndemic?,” in PLOS ONE.
- November 2018: Carmela Alcántara is co-author of “Selected Psychological Comorbidities in Coronary Heart Disease: Challenges and Grand Opportunities,” in American Psychologist.
- November 2018: Jane Waldfogel is co-author of “Income-Related Gaps in Early Child Cognitive Development: Why Are They Larger in the United States Than in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada?” in Demography.
- November 2018: André Ivanoff is lead author of a chapter, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Forensic Settings,” in The Oxford Handbook of Dialectical Behavior Therapy, published by Oxford University Press.
- October 22, 2018: Alissa Davis is lead author of “Individual, Social, and Structural Factors Affecting Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence Among HIV-Positive People Who Inject Drugs in Kazakhstan,” in the International Journal of Drug Policy. Louisa Gilbert, Timothy Hunt, Elwin Wu, and Nabila El-Bassel are among the paper’s co-authors.
- October 5, 2018: Neeraj Kaushal is co-author of “Health and Mental Health Effects of Local Immigration Enforcement,” an NBER working paper in the International Migration Review.
- October 2018: Mary Sormanti is lead author of “Strengthening the Interdependence of Palliative Care and Social Work,” in Families in Society.
- October 2018: Robert Paul Hartley is lead author of “Behavioral Responses and Welfare Reform: Evidence from a Randomized Experiment,” in Labour Economics.
- September 9, 2018: Qin Gao is one of the contributors to the paper “Welfare Participation and Depression Among Youth in the United States: A Systematic Review,” in Children and Youth Services Review.
- August 2018: Heidi Allen is co-author of “The Effect of Medicaid on Dental Care of Poor Adults: Evidence from the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment,” in Health Services Research.
- July 17, 2018: Jinyu Liu is lead author of “Support from Migrant Children and Depressive Symptoms Among Chinese Older Adults in Transnational Families”, in Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine. Ada Mui is co-author of “Employment and Life Satisfaction Among Chinese Middle- and Old-Aged Adults in China,” which appears in the same issue.
- July 11, 2018: Susan Witte is lead author of the chapter “Addressing Women’s Health Through Economic Opportunity: Lessons from Women Engaged in Sex Work in Mongolia,” in Women of Asia: Globalization, Development, and Gender Equity, published by Routledge.
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I am a former Field Instructor and was a participant in a Seminar for Field Instructors in 1969 led by Howard Polsky on “Sociocultural Content and Social Work Method,” which was funded by NIMH. Our paths crossed numerous times when I worked in New York, I just came across a reference to a paper he delivered to the March 23, 1964 Field Supervisors Conference, “THREE MODELS OF TRANSACTION FOR SOCIAL WORK.” I would like to get a copy of that paper. Can anyone at the school help.?
Hello, Joel. Thank you for your inquiry. I would suggest contacting the Social Work Library to see if they have that paper in the archives. The email address and phone number are on the library’s web page: https://library.columbia.edu/libraries/social-work.html. – Best wishes, Janet Young, Social Work Communications