Currently, her work centers on the occupational health and well-being of frontline mental health and social services workers. She is exploring the use of integrative medicine and self-care as a method of mitigating work-related stress in this group. Previous work focuses on intimate partner violence, sexual assault and the interactions of victim/survivors with the healthcare system. She has (co) authored over 80 publications, including the book, Munro’s Statistical Methods for Health Care Research (2013-Lippincott Williams & Wilkins). Overall, her work seeks to inform and strengthen health and social services for victims of violence and neglect.
ScD in Health Services Research from Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
BS in Psychology & Environmental Design from SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
BA in Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies from Hunter College, New York, NY
BA in Film from Hunter College, New York, NY
Healthy policy, healthy, aging, elder abuse, intimate partner violence, occupational health of frontline mental health and social services workers, integrative health care, worker wellness