Clinical Associate Professor Deborah Barrett was a guest on a WBAL (Baltimore) radio show, Aches and Gains, hosted by Dr. Paul Christo, on Nov. 3. The show topic was “Tracking, Then Taming the Pain.” In Barrett’s book, “Paintracking: Your Personal Guide to Living Well with Chronic Pain,” she designed a step-by-step process to assess the occurrences of pain, test new approaches in dealing with pain, and determine what helps and what hurts. In the interview, she highlighted these strategies and more.
Chris Egan, coordinator of the Developmental Disabilities Training Institute at the School of Social Work, is quoted in a Nov. 3 News & Observer article, “Families have special needs, but get no special help.”
Barbara Leach and Tamara Norris, of the Family Support Program, are featured in an Oct. 24 Jamestown (N.C.) News article, “Prep for emergencies.”
The Lexington (Ky.) Herald Leader published an article Nov. 5 about one of Jennifer Swanberg‘s studies, on horse-farm worker safety. Swanberg is a visiting research professor at our School this year.