WIMHRT Faculty and Staff are highlighted in bold. Publications prior to 2005 can be found here.
Monroe-DeVita, M. Teague, G.B., & Moser, L.L. (2011). The TMACT: A new tool for measuring fidelity to assertive community treatment. The Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 17 (1), 17-29.
Morse, G.M., Salyers, M.P., Rollins, A.L., Monroe De-Vita, M., Hudson, C., & Pfahler, C. (2011). Burnout and mental health services: A selected review. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.
Teague, G.B., Moser, L.L., & Monroe-DeVita, M. (2011). Established and emerging elements of the TMACT: Measuring fidelity to an evolving model. The Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, 17 (1), 34-36.
Salyers, M.P., Hudson, C., Morse, G., Rollins, A., Monroe-DeVita, M., Wilson, C., & Freeland, L. (2011). Breathe: A pilot study of burnout reduction in mental health professionals. Psychiatric Services, 62, 214-217.
2009 & 2010
Bruns, E.J. & Walker, J.S. (2010). Defining practice: Flexibility, legitimacy and the nature of systems of care and wraparound. Evaluation and Program Planning, 33 (1) 45-48.
Walker, J.S., Koroloff, N.M., & Bruns, E.J. (2010). Defining "necessary" services and supports: Why systems of care must take direction from service-level processes. Evaluation and Program Planning, 33 (1), 49-52.
Beard, J. (2009). Government Assistance (book chapter from Connections: A Self-Help and Resource Guide). National Alliance on Mental Illness: Seattle, WA.
Bjorklund, R., Monroe-DeVita, M., Reed, D., Toulon, A., & Morse, G. (2009). Washington State's initiative to disseminate and implement high-fidelity ACT teams. Psychiatric Services, 60(1), 24-27.
Smith, W., Strachan, E., & Buchwald, D. (2009).Coping, self-efficacy, and psychiatric history in patients with both widespread pain and chronic fatigue. General Hospital Psychiatry, 31, 347-352.
Yasui, N.Y., & Berven, N.L. (2009) Community integration: Conceptualisation
and measurement. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31, 761-771.
Peer, J., Strachan, E., & Spaulding, W. (2008).Heterogeneity in the behaviorial treatment response in severe mental illness. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196, 198-206.
Strachan, E. (2008). Civil commitment evaluations. In R.L. Jackson (Ed), Learning forensic assessment (pp.509-535). New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis.
Monroe-DeVita, M. Willey, C., San Jule, J., Stark, K., & Jemelka, R. (2007, August). Washington state’s consumer and family evaluation mini-grant program: A new more active frontier in participatory evaluation, Data Matters,(August Issue),Washington, DC: Georgetown Technical Assistance Center.
Rizvi, S., Monroe-DeVita, M.,& Dimeff, L. (2007). Evaluating your dialectical behavior therapy program. In L. Dimeff, & K. Koerner (Eds.), Dialectical behavior therapy in clinical practice: Applications across disorders and settings (pp. 326-350). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.
Strachan, E, Bennett, Wl, Russo, J., & Roy-Burne, P.(2007). Disclosure of HIV status and sexual orientation independently predict increased absolute CD4 cell counts over time for psychiatric patients. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69, 74-80.
Strachan, E, Schimel, J., Arndt, J., Williams, T.,Solomon, S., Pyszczynski, T., & Greenberg, J. (2007). Terror mismanagement: Evidence that mortality salience exacerbates phobic and compulsive behaviors. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 1137-1151.
Publications prior to 2005 can be found here.