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Author: Amelia C Roberts

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Cocaine Abusing Women Who Report Sexual Abuse: Implications for Treatment slides notes
This lecture presents a study asking how cocaine abusing women who have been sexually abused may differ from their non-sexually abused counterparts

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Amelia C Roberts, Raymond S Kirk
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Family Violence, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women, Research and Research Methods
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Health, Mental Health, Substance Abuse

Treatment of incarcerated, sexually-abused adolescent females: An outcome study slides notes
This lecture presents information pertaining to the incarceration of adolescent females, including the rates of incarceration, problems faced prior to incarceration, and previous interventions for assisting incarcerated sexually-abused adolescent females. In addition, an outcome study is presented in which specialized interventions are provided solely to subjects who have revealed previous sexual abuse.

Date Posted: Friday, January 06, 2006
Authors: Raymond S Kirk, Amelia C Roberts, Diane Griffith
Applicable Courses: Child and Adolescent Development, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Practice, Child and Adolescent Practice, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Mental Health Policy, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women
Topics: Children and Families, Diverse Populations, Mental Health, Policy

Coercion and drug treatment for postpartum women slides notes
This lecture provides information pertaining to the use of coercion in treating postpartum women with substance abuse problems. It presents empirical evidence supporting the use of gender specific programming, maintaining custody of children, and the use of coercion as effective components in substance abuse treatment.

Date Posted: Monday, August 30, 2004
Authors: Robert Nishimoto, Amelia C Roberts
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Discrimination and Inequality, Ethics in Social Work Practice, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Health Practice, Practice with Women
Topics: Children and Families, Health, Policy, Substance Abuse

Contextual Factors and Other Correlates of Sexual Risk of HIV Among African-American Crack-Abusing Women slides notes
This lecture presents findings of research on associated factors for HIV risk for African-American crack-abusing women and resultant targets for intervention.

Date Posted: Friday, August 22, 2003
Authors: Amelia C Roberts, Wendee M Wechsberg, William Zule, Angela R Burroughs
Applicable Courses: ATOD and Substance Abuse, Health Practice, Mental Health Practice, Practice with Women
Topics: Diverse Populations, Health, Substance Abuse

Social Work Practitioners and Technology Transfer: A Coaching Model slides notes
This presentation discusses the role of a coaching model to facilitate the transfer of new skills and interventions from research into social work practice.

Date Posted: Wednesday, December 18, 2002
Authors: Anna Scheyett, Amelia C Roberts, Raymond S Kirk
Applicable Courses: Research and Research Methods, Social Work Education
Topics: Social Work Education, Technology

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Research to Teaching Initiative

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Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3550

If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please contact:

Teresa Ilinitch, MSW
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School of Social Work
 (919) 962-4366
teresatl@email.unc.edu


This project is supported by the Distance Education Initiative, Office of the Provost, UNC-CH, and by the School of Social Work, UNC-CH.