PEARLS Publications

Petrescu-Prahova M, Steinman L, Dronen A, Rigor S, Snowden M. (2017). The Development and Evaluation of a Peer-Driven Engagement Intervention to Reach Older Veterans with Depression. Military Behavioral Health 5(3): 274-283. Abstract

Ma J, Yank V, Lv N, Goldhaber-Fiebert JD, Lewis MA, Kramer MK, Snowden MB, Rosas LG, Xiao L, Blonstein AC. (2015). Research aimed at improving both mood and weight (RAINBOW) in primary care: A type 1 hybrid design randomized controlled trial. Contemp Clin Trials 43:260-78. Abstract

Snowden M, Steinman L, Piering P, Rigor S, Yip A. (2015). Translating PEARLS: lessons learned from providers and participants. Front Public Health. 2: 256. Abstract

Farren L, Snowden M, Steinman L, Monroe-DeVita M. (2015). Development and evaluation of a fidelity instrument for PEARLS. Front Public Health. 2: 200. Abstract

Steinman L, Hammerback K, Snowden M. (2015). It Could Be a Pearl to You: Exploring Recruitment and Retention of the Program to Encourage Active, Rewarding Lives (PEARLS) With Hard-to-Reach Populations. Gerontologist. 55(4): 667-676. Abstract

Carlson W, Snowden M. (2014). Community treatment of older adults: principles and evidence supporting mental health service interventions. Clin Geriatr Med 30(3):655–61. Abstract

Steinman L, Cristofalo M, Snowden M. (2012). Implementation of an Evidence-Based Depression Care Management Program (PEARLS): Perspectives From Staff and Former Clients. Prev Chronic Dis. 9(110250). Abstract

Chaytor N, Ciechanowski P, Miller JW, Fraser R, Russo J, Unutzer J, Gilliam F. (2011). Long-term outcomes from the PEARLS randomized trial for the treatment of depression in patients with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav 20(3): 545-549. Abstract

Ciechanowski P, Chaytor N, Miller J, Fraser R, Russo J, Unutzer J, Gilliam F. (2010). PEARLS depression treatment for individuals with epilepsy: a randomized controlled trial. Epilepsy Behav 19(3): 225-231. Abstract

Lakey SL, Gray SL, Ciechanowski P, Schwartz S, Logerfo J. (2008). Antidepressant use in nonmajor depression: secondary analysis of a program to encourage active, rewarding lives for seniors (PEARLS), a randomized controlled trial in older adults from 2000 to 2003. Am J Geriatr Pharmacother 6(1):12-20. Abstract

Snowden M, Steinman L, Frederick J. (2008). Treating depression in older adults: challenges to implementing the recommendations of an expert panel. Prev Chronic Dis. 5(1), A26. Abstract

Schmaling, K. B., et al. (2008). The content of behavior therapy for depression demonstrates few associations with treatment outcome among low-income, medically ill older adults. Behav Ther 39(4): 360-365. Abstract

Steinman LE, Frederick JT, Prohaska T, Satariano WA, Dornberg-Lee S, Fisher R, Graub PB, Leith K, Presby K, Sharkey J, Snyder S, Turner D, Wilson N, Yagoda L, Unutzer J, Snowden M; Late Life Depression Special Interest Project (SIP) Panelists. (2007). Recommendations for treating depression in community-based older adults. Am J Prev Med 33(3):175-81. Abstract

Frederick JT, Steinman LE, Prohaska T, Satariano WA, Bruce M, Bryant L, Ciechanowski P, Devellis B, Leith K, Leyden KM, Sharkey J, Simon GE, Wilson N, Unützer J, Snowden M; Late Life Depression Special Interest Project Panelists. (2007). Community-based treatment of late life depression an expert panel-informed literature review. Am J Prev Med 33(3):222-49. Abstract

Ciechanowski P, Wagner E, Schmaling K, Schwartz S, Williams B, Diehr P, Kulzer J, Gray S, Collier C, LoGerfo J. (2004). Community-integrated home-based depression treatment in older adults: a randomized controlled trial. JAMA 291(13): 1569-1577. Abstract