Walter DeKeseredy, Ph. Walter S. He has published 24 books, 96 scientific journal articles and 80 scholarly book chapters on violence against women and other social problems. Rosa M. Her research focuses on describing the intersection of intimate partner violence, substance abuse, HIV and mental health among Latinos in the U. She uses a syndemic orientation, mixed methods, and community engaged strategies to address these areas of interest.
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Walter DeKeseredy, Ph. Walter S. He has published 24 books, 96 scientific journal articles and 80 scholarly book chapters on violence against women and other social problems.
Rosa M. Her research focuses on describing the intersection of intimate partner violence, substance abuse, HIV and mental health among Latinos in the U.
She uses a syndemic orientation, mixed methods, and community engaged strategies to address these areas of interest. She is currently the principal investigator of a longitudinal study funded by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health 1 R01 MD that will help identify the impact that acculturation stress and resilience have on biobehavioral and mental health outcomes among young adult Latino immigrants over time.
She is also currently the principal investigator of a Hillman Foundation Emergent Innovation Award that will develop a smartphone application that aims to prevent intimate partner violence among young adult Latino immigrants. Gonzalez-Guarda is committed to building and nurturing the next generation of nurses equip to address health disparities. She was one of the five nurses who served on the Institute of Medicine Committee that produced the landmark Future of Nursing Report , was appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services to serve on the National Advisory Council on Nursing Education and Practice NACNEP, , and has been the principal investigator of various programs that promote health disparities research careers for underrepresented minority nurses and students from various health professions.
Lisa Goodman, Ph. Lisa A. She is the author of over 95 articles and chapters on the interaction between victims of intimate partner violence and the practices, systems and policies that aim to help them; the psychosocial effects of intimate partner violence; innovative mental health practices for low-income communities; and bringing social justice to counseling psychology.
Goodman has received several national awards for her teaching, mentoring, and research. Gabe Kuperminc, Ph. Kuperminc is Professor of Psychology and Public Health at Georgia State University, where he directs the doctoral program in Community Psychology and serves on the faculty of the Developmental doctoral program. He received his PhD in from the University of Virginia, and completed a post doctoral fellowship at Yale University from He works in the areas of social ecology and adolescent development.
Kuperminc engages in two types of research focused on 1 understanding processes of resilience and positive youth development in adolescence and 2 evaluating the effectiveness of community-based prevention and health promotion programs. These types of research often intersect.
Kuperminc is best known for his work on resilience and positive youth development, as well as evaluating community-based prevention and health promotion programs.
He is interested in understanding how cultural factors play a role in developmental processes and health behavior, particularly in youth from immigrant families. Department of Justice, the U. Department of Education, and numerous other agencies. Ruben Parra-Cardona, Ph. Parra-Cardona has used the experience gained in these US-based studies to collaborate with Mexican institutions and state governments in the implementation of prevention programs of research.
An additional area of research refers to the cultural evaluation of programs for survivors of intimate partner violence, as well as offenders. Parra-Cardona currently serves as Vice-President of the Family Process Institute, a leading US-based institute committed to promoting family therapy practice and research.
Chiara Sabina, Ph. Her research centers on interpersonal victimization, especially intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and dating violence. Sabina employs a contextual, strengths-based perspective with respect to interpersonal violence focusing on understudied groups, the influence of cultural variables, help-seeking responses, and examination of the service-delivery system. Sabina has received grants from the Fulbright Scholar Program, National Institute of Justice, Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, Vision of Hope, and National Sexual Violence Resource Center to conduct her work on Latino victimization, victim needs, violence prevention, domestic violence services, and culturally-informed sexual assault services.
Cris Sullivan, Ph. Cris M. Cris has been an advocate and researcher in the movement to end gender-based violence since Her areas of expertise include developing and evaluating community interventions for domestic violence survivors and their children, and evaluating victim services. If you or a loved one is experiencing domestic violence and wants to access resources and support, please click here to be routed to the Casa de Esperanza website where you can access this information.
The National Latin Network for Healthy Families and Communities is a project of Casa de Esperanza that builds bridges and connections among research, practice and policy to advance effective responses to eliminate domestic violence and to promote healthy relationships within Latin families and communities.
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