Larry E. Davis (contributor), “Helpers, Healers and Heroes,” Reed and Witting, 2018.
Shaun M. Eack with Keshavan, M.S., “Cognitive Enhancement in Schizophrenia and Related Disorders,” Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Christina E. Newhill with Mulvaney, E.A. & Simmons, B., “Skill Development for Generalist Practice: Exercises for Real World Application,” Sage, 2019. (242 pages)
Mary L. Ohmer with Coulton, C., Freedman, D., Sobeck, J., & Booth, J., “Measures for Community and Neighborhood Research,” Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc, 2019
Brianna M. Lombardi, Principal Investigator, School-Based Trauma Intervention to Build Social and Cognitive Resilience, 2019 Pitt Seed Project, Office of the Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh.
Lombardi, Co-Investigator, Using Electronic Health Records to Determine Who is Addressing Patient SDOH, Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy, Sheps Center for Health Services Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Cooperative Agreement PI: Erin Fraher, PhD; Contract PI: Lisa de Saxe Zerden, PhD. $45,000 award [University of Pittsburgh Sub-Contract $7,500].
Lombardi, Co-Investigator, Office Based Opioid Treatment—The Workforce to Treat Opioid Use Disorder, Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy, Sheps Center for Health Services Research, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Cooperative Agreement PI: Erin Fraher, PhD; Contract PI: Lisa de Saxe Zerden, PhD. $45,000 award [University of Pittsburgh Sub-Contract $7,500].
Christina Newhill, Co-PI (Edward Mulvey, PI). “Families as Partners in Reducing Violence” 07/20/17-06/30/19, This project proposes to develop a novel psychoeducation intervention to reduce violence in individuals with mental illness by employing families and clinicians as partners. R21 MH11180301 A1 NIMH $403,433.
Daniel Rosen, Co-PI with a colleague in the School of Medicine. Project Title: Food Insecurity, Nutritional Literacy, and Heart Disease: A Novel Interdisciplinary University of Pittsburgh Initiative. Funding Opportunity Number: Pitt Seed Project: Chancellor’s Seed Funding Awards 2019.
The School of Social Work held its December graduation ceremony on December 14, 2019, in the William Pitt Union. The keynote speaker was Jose A. Diaz, senior director of community outreach and impact at the YMCA of Greater Pittsburgh and an adjunct professor in the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work.