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School of Professional Studies Faculty Publications 2018-2019

Agartan, T. I., (2019). Volkan Yılmaz, The Politics of Healthcare Reform in Turkey. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. xv + 267 pages. New Perspectives on Turkey, 60, 144-148.

Agartan, T. (2019). Conceptualizing professional and public interest in the context of Turkey’s health care reforms. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 39 No. 7/8, 521-534.

Agartan, T. I., & Kuhlmann, E. (2019). New Public Management, Physicians and Populism: The Case of Turkey. Sociology of Health & Illness 41(7), 1–16.

Ateh, C. M. (2019). Professional Flirting: In Search for an Authentic Identity In A.T. Kemp, Ed. Dignity of the Calling: Educators Share the Beginnings of their Journeys 81-85. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc. 

Brugnoli-Ensin, Ingrid & Mulligan, J. (2018). Instability in Insurance Coverage: The Impacts of Churn in Rhode Island, 2014-2017. Rhode Island Medical Journal 101(8), 46-49.

Brunson, Emily K., Mulligan, J., Andaya, E. L., Melo, M. A., Sered, S. (2018). Unrequited Engagement: Misadventures in Advocating for Medicaid Expansion. American Anthropologist, 120(3) 601-609.

Bush, A., Westneat, S., Swanberg, J. (2018). Missed Work Due to Occupational Illness Among Hispanic Horse Workers. Journal of Agriculture Safety and Health, 24, 89-107.

Clouser, J., Bush, A., Gan, W., Swanberg, J. (2018). Associations of Work Stress, Supervisor Unfairness, and Supervisor Inability to Speak Spanish with Occupational Injury Among Latino Farmworkers. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 20, 894-901.

Grossman, S. & Cohen A. (2018) La recherche basée sur la pratique comme prevue de L’efficacité de la Gestalt-thérapie.  Cahiers de Gestalt-thérapie, numéro spécial, (1), 203-224.

Grossman, S. (2018) Peer reviewed correlations of Gestalt effectiveness measurement instrument (GIRL) with psychiatric diagnoses in clinical settings.  In M. Spagnuolo-Lobb, D. Bloom, J. Roubal, D.J. Zeleskov Djoric, M. Cannavò, R. La Rosa, S. Tosi, V. Pinna (Eds.) The Aesthetic of Otherness: Meeting at the boundary in a desensitized world 227-239. Gestalt, IT: Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy Publishing.

Grupp, L. L. (2019). Intentional pedagogy: Setting the stage for enhanced teaching and learning. Journal for Research and Practice in College Teaching, 4(1), 110-123.

Grupp, L., & Little, D. (2019). Finding a fulcrum: Positioning ourselves to leverage change. To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development, 38, 95-110.

Hackey, R. (2018). Today’s Health Care Issues: Democrats and Republicans (across the aisle series) Introduction: Four Decades of PAs in Rhode Island. Rhode Island Medical Journal. 101(6), 17-19.

Hackey, R., Grasso, V., LaRochelle, M., Seaver, K. (2018). Rethinking the Shortage of Primary Care Physicians. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 31(6), 47-50.

Hargreaves, A., & O’Connor, M. T. (2018). Collaborative professionalism: When teaching together means learning for all. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Hargreaves, A., Washington, S.*, & O’Connor, M. T. (2018). Flipping their lids: Teachers’ well-being in crisis. In D. M. Netolicky, J. Andrews, & C. Paterson (Eds.), Flip the System Australia: What Matters in Education 93-105. London: Routledge.

Hargreaves, A., & O’Connor, M. T. (2019). The 4 B’s: How to adapt other people’s practices and make them stick. The Learning Professional: The Learning Forward Journal, 40(3), 54-62.

Hargreaves, A., & O’Connor, M. T. (2018). Solidarity with solidity: The case for collaborative professionalism. Phi Delta Kappan, 100(1), 20-24.

Hargreaves, A., & O’Connor, M. T. (2018). Leading collaborative professionalism. Centre for Strategic Education Seminar Series (Paper #274). Melbourne, Australia: Centre for Strategic Education.

Hasson III, R. G., Cardoso, J., & Crea, T. (2019). Unaccompanied refugee minors and migrant youth policy and practices in the United States. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Social Work. Oxford University Press.

Hasson III, R. G., Crea, T. M., & McRoy, R., Le, A. (2019). Patchwork of promises: A critical analysis of immigration policies for unaccompanied children in the United States. Child and Family Social Work, 24(2), 275-282.

Hauerwas, L. & Creamer, M. (2018). Engaging with host schools to establish the reciprocity of an international teacher education partnership. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, 22(2), 157-188.

Levine, D. (2018). Measure, Record, Share: Weight loss, Biometrics, and Self-Tracking in the United States. American Journal of Preventative Medicine. 55(5), e147-e151.

Mulligan, Jessica & Castañeda, H. (2018). Unequal Coverage: The Experience of Health Care Reform in the United States. NY: NYU Press.

Mulligan, Jessica, Arriaga, S.,* & Torres, J.* (2018). An ethnographic study of enrollment obstacles in Rhode Island, U.S.A.:  Struggling to get covered on an Affordable Care Act insurance marketplace. Critical Public Health. 29(5), 547-559.

Mulligan, Jessica & Brugnoli-Ensin, I.* (2019). Health Policy. In Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology. Ed. John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Mulligan, J. (2018). Why Americans Have a Love-Hate Relationship with Health Reform, So Far. Scholars Strategy Network.

Negi, N., Swanberg, J., Clouser, J., & Harmon-Darrow, C. (2019). Working Under Conditions of Social Vulnerability: Depression Among Latina/o Immigrant Horse Workers. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.

Nichols, H., Swanberg, J., & Vanderpool, R. (2019). Patient-Provider Communication: Experiences of Low-Wage Earning Breast Cancer Survivors Managing Cancer and Work. Journal of Cancer Education, 542-549.

Nichols, H., Swanberg, J., & Vanderpool, R., (2018). Patient-Provider Communication: Experiences of Low-Wage Earning Breast Cancer Survivors Managing Cancer and Work. Journal of Cancer Education,

Nichols, H., & Swanberg, J. (2018). Measuring Work-Life Conflict Among Low-Wage Workers. Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analyses. Journal of Social Work Research, 9, 473-497.

O’Connor, M. T., & Daniello, F. (2019). From implication to naming: Reconceptualizing school-community partnership literature using a framework nested in social justice. School Community Journal, 29(1), 297-316.

Olszewski, T. (2019). Bringing the IRB into the Classroom: Promoting Research and Professional Socialization in Undergraduate Education, Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. 30(3), 161-77.

Olszewski, T. (2018). Between Bench and Bedside: Clinical Consensus at the NIH, 1977-2013, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 73 (4), 464-500.

Olszewski, T. (2018). James Herrick (1861-1954): Consultant Physician and Cardiologist, Journal of Medical Biography. 26, 132-136.

Olszewski, T. (2018). Lost in Translation: Linking Biomedical Research and Clinical Practice at the NIH, 1977-2013, Annals of Internal Medicine. 168 (6), 431-435.

Pavolini E, Kuhlmann, E., Agartan, T. I., Burau V., Mannion, R. and Speed, E. (2018). Healthcare governance, professions and populism: Is there a relationship? An explorative comparison of five European countries. Health Policy, 122(10), 1140-1148.

Peters, Rebecca W. Mulligan, J. (2019). Introduction to Critical Policy Studies Symposium: Discretion, Discipline, and Deceit in Development Implementation. Critical Policy Studies, 13(4), 370-378.

Reynolds, A., Hasson III, R. G., & Crea T. M. (2018). Testing the ‘overburdening’ hypothesis: Do work and school attendance together place youth transitioning from care at risk for negative housing outcomes? Children and Youth Services Review. 85, 279-286.

Rodriguez, A.M., Taub, D., Scott, L., Copeland, S.R., Williams-Diehm, K., Landmark, L., Sinclair, T., Black, R., Palmer, S., & Thoma, C. (2018).  Reflecting on the education position statement of AAIDD and The Arc.  Inclusion.

Rodriguez, A.M., Kitchen, R., & Harding, J.L. (2018) If Trump was an applicant to your mathematics education program, would you accept him? A dialogue about a difficult topic.For the Learning of Mathematics Journal (FLM).

Rodriguez, A.M., Hamilton, N., & Hernandez, L. (2018). Diverse Resources: Developing and deploying peer mentors in the mathematics classroom. In D. White, A. Fernandes, & M. Civil (Eds.), Access and Equity: Promoting High Quality Mathematics in Grades 9-12. Reston VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Safadi, N. S., Easton, S. D., Wang, Y., Hasson III, R. G., & Crea, T. M. (2019). Life and job satisfaction among public-sector social workers in the occupied Palestinian territory. Human Service Organizations Management, Leadership and Governance

Swanberg, J. & Scheindlin, L. (2019). A Narrative Review: Understanding How Employment Context Influences the Occupational Health and Well-Being of Older Workers in Low-Wage Jobs. In Sara J. Czaja et al. (Eds). Current and Emerging Trends in Aging and Work. Springer Publishing.

Swanberg, J., Nichols, H., Vanderpool, R., Rosenblatt, P., Nichols, N., & Tracy, K. (2018). Work Related and Employment Disparities Between Working Poor and Working Non-Poor Cancer Survivors. Cancer Reports, 1-11.

Swanberg, J., Nichols, H., Clouser, J. Pietra,C., Edwards, A., Padilla, Y., & Betz (2018). A Systematic Review of Community Health Workers’ Role in Occupational Safety and Health Research. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health,

Tracy, J. K., Falk, D., Thompson, R., Scheindlin, L., Adetunji, F., & Swanberg, J. (2018). Managing the Cancer-Work Interface: The Effect of Cancer Survivorship on Unemployment. Cancer Management and Research, 10, 6479-6487.

Wang, K., Chu, Y., Cuevas, A., Hasson III, R. G., Tucker, K., & Falcón, L. (2018). Acculturation and food insecurity among Puerto Ricans living in Boston. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 50(8), 829-835.

Zhang, L., & Li, Z. (2019). How does inquiry-based scientific investigation relate to the development of students science knowledge, knowing, applying, and reasoning? An examination of TIMSS data. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 19(3), 334-345.

Zhang, L. (2019). Hands-on plus inquiry? Effects of withholding answers coupled with physical manipulations on students’ learning of energy-related science concepts. Learning and Instruction. 60(1), 199-205.

Zipke, M. & Hauerwas, L. (2018). Factors that contribute to educational linguistic knowledge in our teacher education program.  Teacher Education and Practice, 31(1),101-126.

Zipke, M., Ingle, J. & Moorehead, T. (2019). The effects of modeling the use of technology with pre-service teachers. Computers in the Schools. 36(3), 205-221.

Zipke, M. (N.d). Teaching metalinguistic awareness and reading comprehension with riddles. Reading Rockets. Retrieved from

Zipke, M. (2019). Programs that give every student a computer instead of time with a teacher are misguided: A look at two Rhode Island elementary schools. The Hechinger Report. Retrieved from

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