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HUMN 4001 Case Management for Persons in Need: Welcome & Course Readings

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HUMN 4001 Required Course Readings

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Alvidrez et al. (2008). Which low-income urban crime victims use trauma-focused case management and psychotherapy services? Journal of Loss and Trauma. 13, 288–302 DOI: 10.1080/15325020701279782

Arnold, E. M., Walsh, A. K., Oldham, M. S., & Rapp, C. A. (2007). Strengths-Based case management: Implementation with high-risk youth. Families in Society, 88(1), 86-94.

Bradshaw, W., Armour, M., & Roseborough, D. (2007). Finding a place in the world: The experience of recovery from severe mental illness. Qualitative Social Work, 6, 27-47 DOI 10.1177/1473325007074164

Brun, Rapp, C.A. (2001). Strength-based case management: Individual’s perspectives on strengths and the case manager. Social Work, 46(3)

Cait, C. (2006). A relational psychoanalytic model for case management: A literature review. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 13(1), 67-83. DOI: 10.1300/J032v13n01-04

Chen, F. (2008). A fine line to walk: Case managers’ perspectives on sharing information with families. Qualitative Health Res, 18: 1556. DOI: 10.1177/1049732308325539

Colvin, J., Lee, M., Magnano, J. & Smith, V. (2008). The Partners in Prevention program: The evaluation and evolution of the task-centered case management model. Research on Social Work Practice, 18(6), 586-595. DOI: 10.1177/1049731508315498

Congdon, D. (2010). Evaluating the effectiveness of infant mental health enhanced case management for dependency populations. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 7(5), 481-487.

Dickerson, F. B. (1998). Strategies that foster empowerment. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 5(2), 255-275. DOI 10.1016/S1077-7229(98)80010-2

Dustin, D. (2006). Skills and knowledge needed to practise as a care manager: Continuity and change. Journal of Social Work. 6(3), 293–313. DOI: 10.1177/1468017306071177

Eack, S., Greeno, C. (2009). Case managers’ perspectives on what they need to do their job. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 32(4), 309–312. DOI: 10.2975/32.4.2009.309.312

Fitch, D. (2004). Client-controlled case information: A general system theory perspective. Social Work, 49(3), 497-505.

Greene, G., et al. (2006).  A solution-focused approach to case management and recovery with consumers who have a severe mental disability. Families in Society, 87(3), 339-350.

Jonikas, J. A., Kiosk, S., Grey, D. D., Hamilton, M. M., McNulty, J., & Cook, J. A. (2010). Cultural competency in peer-run programs: Results of a web survey and implications for future practice. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 34(2), 121-129. DOI 10.2975/34.2.2010.121.129

Hicks-Coolick, A., Kirk, A. B., Madden, L. L. (2002). An Empowerment Model for Social Welfare Consumers: Its Effectiveness and Implications for Welfare Reform. Lippincott's Case Management. 7(3), 129-136.

Kondrat, D. C. (2010). An exploration of the working alliance in mental health case management. Social Work Research, 34(4), 201-211.

Lefley, H. P., (2009). A psychoeducational support group for serious mental illness. Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 34(4), 369-381. DOI 10.1080/01933920903219094

Mancini, M. (2007). The role of self–efficacy in recovery from serious psychiatric disabilities: A qualitative study with fifteen psychiatric survivors. Qualitative Social Work, 6, 49-74 doi: 10.1177/1473325007074166

Maulik, P. K., Eaton, W. W., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2009). The role of social network and support in mental health service use: Findings from the Baltimore ECA study. Psychiatric Services, 60(9), 1222-1229. DOI 10.1176/

Moore, S. (1992). Case management and the integration of services: How service delivery systems shape case management. Social Work, 37(5), 418-423.

Perron, B. (2002). Online support for caregivers of people with a mental illness. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 26(1), 70-77. DOI 10.2975/26.2002.70.77

Pratt,S., Bartels,S., &Mueser, K. (2008). Helping older people experience success: An integrated model of psychosocial rehabilitation and health care management for older adults with serious mental illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 11: 41–60. DOI: 10.1080/15487760701853193

Schutt, R., Rogers, E. S. (2009) Empowerment and peer support: Structure and a process of self-help in a consumer-run center for individuals with mental illness. Journal of Community Psychology, 37(6), 697-710. DOI 10.1002/jcop.20325

Stanhope, V., Matejkowski, J. (2010). Understanding the role of individual consumer–provider relationships within assertive community treatment. Community Mental Health, 46, 309–318. DOI 10.1007/s10597-009-9219-2

Swarbrick, P., Hutchinson, D., & Gill, K. (2008). The Quest for Optimal Health: Can Education and Training Cure What Ails Us? International Journal of Mental Health, 37(2), 69–88. DOI 10.2753/IMH0020-7411370203

Wells, R., Punekar, R., & Vasey, J. (2009).  Why do some health centers provide more enabling services than others? Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20, 507–523.

Zoffness, R. et al. (2009). Case management as a significant component of usual care psychotherapy for youth with disruptive behavior problems. Child & Youth Care Forum, 38(4), 185-200.

Other Readings

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