Publications

IDEAS Center faculty have published numerous peer-reviewed articles on the implementation of evidence-based practices in state systems, particularly as they relate to family support, the implementation of evidence-based treatments for various mental disorders, and school-based mental health.

Branson, Christopher E; Clemmey, Philip; Mukherjee, Preetika. Text message reminders to improve outpatient therapy attendance among adolescents: a pilot study. Psychological services. 2013:10(3):298-303.

Branson, Christopher E.; Clemmey, Philip; Harrell, Paul; et al.,Polysubstance Use and Heroin Relapse Among Adolescents Following Residential Treatment JOURNAL OF CHILD & ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE  2012:  21(3): 204-221

Bruns EJ, Kerns SEU, Pullmann MD, Hensley SW, Lutterman T, Hoagwood KE. (2015).  Research, Data, and Evidence-Based Treatment Use in State Behavioral Health Systems, 2001–2012.  Psychiatric Services.

Gallo KP, Hill LC, Hoagwood KE & Olin SS (2015). A Narrative Synthesis of the Components of and Evidence for Patient- and Family-Centered Care. Clinical Pediatrics, 2015; E-pub ahead of print June 26.

Gleacher, Alissa A; Olin, Serene S; Nadeem, Erum; Pollock, Michele; Ringle, Vanesa; Bickman, Leonard; Douglas, Susan; Hoagwood, Kimberly, “Implementing a Measurement Feedback System in Community Mental Health Clinics: A Case Study of Multilevel Barriers and Facilitators”.  Administration & policy in mental health. 2015:883-884. March 2015  DOI: 10.1007/s10488-015-0642-0

Hoagwood, Kimberly Eaton; Essock, Susan; Morrissey, Joseph; Libby, Anne; Donahue, Sheila; Druss, Benjamin; Finnerty, Molly; Frisman, Linda; Narasimhan, Meera; Stein, Bradley D; Wisdom, Jennifer; Zerzan, Judy, “Use of Pooled State Administrative Data for Mental Health Services Research” Administration & policy in mental health. 2015:1-7. January 2015, DOI: 10.1007/s10488-014-0620-y

Hoagwood, Kimberly; Olin, Serene; Horwitz, Sarah. Special Issue Overview: Optimizing Mixed Methods for Implementation Research in Large Systems. Administration & policy in mental health. 2015:42(5):505-507.

Horwitz, Sarah McCue; Leibovitz, Ann; Lilo, Emily; Jo, Booil; Debattista, Anne; St John, Nick; Shaw, Richard J.  “Does an Intervention to Reduce Maternal Anxiety, Depression and Trauma also Improve Mothers’ Perceptions of their Preterm Infants’ Vulnerability?”  Infant Mental Health Journal  36 (1) 42-52.  Jan-Feb 2015

Horwitz, Sarah McCue; Storfer-Isser, Amy; Kerker, Bonnie D; Lilo, Emily; Leibovitz, Ann; St John, Nick; Shaw, Richard J, “A Model for the Development of Mothers' Perceived Vulnerability of Preterm Infants,”. Journal of developmental & behavioral pediatrics.  36 epub  May 2015

Kelleher, Kelly J; Hoagwood, Kimberly. Beyond Blame: Parents as Partners. Journal of pediatrics. 2015.

Kelleher, Kelly J.;  Hoagwood, Kimberly.  “Will Health Care Reform Rescue Families in Crisis?”.  Academic Pediatrics 15(1): 1-2. Jan/Feb 2015

Kerker BD, Storfer-Isser A, Stein REK, Garner A, Szilagyi M, O’Connor KG, Hoagwood KE, Horwitz SM(in press). Identifying maternal depression in pediatric primary care:  Changes over a Decade. The Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. 

Kerker, Bonnie D; Chor, Ka Ho Brian; Hoagwood, Kimberly E; Radigan, Marleen; Perkins, Matthew B; Setias, Jade; Wang, Rui; Olin, S Serene; Horwitz, Sarah M. Detection and Treatment of Mental Health Issues by Pediatric PCPs in New York State: An Evaluation of Project TEACH. Psychiatric services. 2015:66(4):430-433.

Kerker, Bonnie D; Zhang, Jinjin; Nadeem, Erum; Stein, Ruth E K; Hurlburt, Michael S; Heneghan, Amy; Landsverk, John; McCue Horwitz, Sarah. Adverse Childhood Experiences and Mental Health, Chronic Medical Conditions, and Development in Young Children. Academic pediatrics. 2015; 15(5):510-517

Olin SS, Kerker B, Stein RK, Weiss D, Whitmyre ED, Hoagwood K and Horwitz SM. (2015).  Can Postpartum depression be managed in pediatric primary care?  Journal of Women's Health.  Published online before print November 18.  doi:10.1089/jwh.2015.5438.

Olin SS, Nadeem E, Gleacher A, Weaver J, Weiss D, Hoagwood KE, Horwitz SM (2015).  What Predicts Clinician Dropout from State-Sponsored Managing and Adapting Practice Training.  Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.  Published online December 23. doi: 10.1007/s10488-015-0709-y.

Olin, Su-chin Serene; Chor, Ka Ho Brian; Weaver, James;  Duan, Naihua;  Kerker, Bonnie D.;  Clark, Lisa J.;  Cleek, Andrew F.;  Hoagwood, Kimberly Eaton;  Horwitz, Sarah McCue.  “Multilevel Predictors of Clinic Adoption of State-Supported Trainings in Children's Services”.  Psychiatric service  66(5): 484-90   May 1, 2015 (Epub Feb 17, 2015)

Olin SS, Shen S, Rodriguez J, Radigan M, Burton G, Hoagwood KE (2015). Parent depression and anger in peer-delivered parent support services. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Published online February 1.  doi: 10.1007/s10826-015-0140-8.

Olin SS, Hemmelgarn AL, Madenwald K., Hoagwood KE (2015).  An ARC-Informed Family Centered Care Intervention for Children’s Community Based Mental Health Programs.  Journal of Child and Family Studies.  E-pub ahead of print May 24.

Palinkas LA, Olin S, Chor B, Um MY, Jeong CH, O’Connor B, Horwitz SM, Hoagwood K (2015). Influence of organizational role, consensus and innovation status on perceived facilitators and barriers to adoption of innovative and evidence-based practices in state-supported mental health clinics. Implementation Science : IS. 2015;10(Suppl 1):A41.

Schiffman J, Kline E, Reeves G, Hoagwood K, Luksted A, Medoff D, & Dixon L. (In press). Comparing outcomes of caregivers of youth to caregivers of adult consumers among caregivers participating in the NAMI FTF program. International Journal of Mental Health.