Publications

Below is a listing of publications that have been authored by members of STSW.  STSW members are encouraged to submit their publications to help@stsw.org  for listing on this page. Please submit a full citation.  You are welcome to attach the article to be linked to the citation, or to send the link to the article.


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End-stage Disease

Abbey, S.E., Littlefield, C., & Bright, J. (1996). Assisting the patient and family to cope with advanced disease: The psychosocial aspects of end-stage disease. Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 17(6), 533-542.

Callahan, M.B. (2007). Begin with the end in mind: The value of outcome-driven nephrology social work. Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease, 14(4), 409-414.

Callahan, M.B. (2007). Designing nephrology social work interventions to improve self-management and adherence based on the dialysis outcome and practice patterns study. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 26, n.p.

Maria M. Meyer, Paula Derr, Kay Kendall, Jennifer Reese. The Comfort of Home for Chronic Heart Failure, A Guide for Caregivers, Care Trust Publications LLC, Portland, Oregon, 2009.

Secord, C., Jackman, M., Wright, L., & Winton, S. (2001). Psycho-educational program. Adjusting to life with an ostomy. The Canadian Nurse, 97(1), 29-32.

Singer, P. A., Benatar, S. R., Bernstein, M., Daar, A. S., Dickens, B. M., MacRae, S. K.,… Wright, L. (2003). Ethics and SARS: Learning Lessons from the Toronto Experience. British Medical Journal, 327(7427), 1342-1344.

Solid Organ Transplant

Bright, M.J. (1989). Social work practice with organ transplant patients. In M.J. Holosko & P.A. Taylor (Eds.), Social work practice in health care settings (pp. 419-432). Toronto; Canadian Scholars’ Press, Inc.

Fukunishi, I., Kita, Y., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2003). Relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder and emotional conditions in families of the cadaveric donor population. Transplantation Proceedings, 35(1), 295.

Fukunishi, I., Paris, W.,, S., & Nour, B. (2002). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the families of cadaveric and living donor population: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings,34(7), 2627.

Harrison, J., & Cupples, S. (2003). Psychosocial issues in transplantation. In S.A. Cupples & L. Ohler, (Eds.), Transplantation Nursing Secrets(pp. 45-59). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus, Inc.

Kendall, K., O’Dell, M.I. (2008). Psychosocial Issues in Transplantation. In L. Ohler & S. Cupples (Eds.), Core curriculum for transplant nurses(pp. 629-661). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.

Kendall, K, Ansley, K, Skillman, M. ; Psychosocial Issues in Transplantation. In: Cupples S, Lerret S, McCalmont V, Ohler L. Core Curriculum for Transplant Nursing. Published by Wolters Kluwer, Baltimore, MD, October, 2016.

Levine, B. (1999) “‘The Emerald City Complex’– Transitional Depression in Adjustment to Organ Transplant: A Review of the Literature and Implications for Transplant Social Work”. The Journal of Nephrology Social Work (19) 42-49.

McGrory, C., & Wright, L. (2005). Ethical issues in organ transplantation. In V.D. Lachman (Ed.), Applied ethics in nursing(pp. 181-191). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

Nathan, S., Barnett, S., Ahmad, S., Harrison, J., Shorr, A., Lefrak, E., & Burton, N. (2004). Mortality from time of listing for transplantation as an indicator of candidate outcomes. Progress in Transplantation, 14(1), 29-32.

Ohler, L., Paris, W., & Kita, Y. (2000). Transplantation in Japan: The crusade begins [Editorial]. Progress in Transplantation, 10(2), 75-76.

Paris, D., Smith, C., Carlson, J., Aussi, W., Bak, K., Emmett, C.,… Paris, W. (1998). A comparison of role expectations and communication styles between transplant coordinators and transplant staff nurses. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 8(2), 119-124.

Paris, W. (1990). Medico-social aspects. In D.K.C. Cooper & D. Novitzsky (Eds.), Transplantation and Replacement of Thoracic Organs(pp. 223-226). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Paris, W., Brawner, N., Thompson, S., & Penido, M. (1997). Psychosocial issues in heart transplantation: A review for transplant coordinators. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(2), 88-95.

Paris, W., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Samara, S., & Nour, B. (2001).The assessment, treatment, and monitoring of substance abuse/dependence in a multi-organ transplant program. Nephrology News & Issues, 15(2), 18-20.

Paris, W., Cooper, D.K.C., Samara, S., Carpenter, W., Crockett, S., Calhoun-Wilson, G.,… Zuhdi, N. (1995). A comparison of organ transplant patient and professional staff attitudes. International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 1(3), 167-178.

Paris, W., Fukunishi, I., Wright, L., Markowitz, M., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2002). Psycho-social issues in transplantation. In S.A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Solid Organ Transplantation(pp. 343-372). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.

Paris, W., Harrison, J., Diercks, M., & Jones, J. (1997). New health insurance law and its potential impact on transplant programs and recipients. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(3), 157-158.

Paris, W., Hutkin-Slade, L., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Slentz, B., & Oehlert, W. (1999). Social work and organ transplantation: A preliminary cost-benefit analysis. Research on Social Work Practice, 9(2), 201-212.

Paris, W., Miller, R., Hille, C., Nour, B., & Griggs, J. (2005). Pedophilia and stalkers as transplant candidates: One program’s experience. Progress in Transplantation, 15(4), 323-328.

Paris, W., Muchmore, J., Pribil, A., Zuhdi, N., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1994). Study of the relative incidences of psychosocial factors before and after heart transplantation and the influence of post-transplant psychosocial factors on heart transplant outcome. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 13, 424-432.

Pruett, T.L., Tibell, A., Alabdulkareem, A., Bhandari, M., Crorin, D.C., Dew, M.A.,… Wright, L. (2006). The ethics statement of the Vancouver Forum on the live lung, liver, pancreas and intestine donor. Transplantation, 81(10), 1386-1387

Skotzko, C. E., Stowe, J. A., Wright, C., Kendall, K., & Dew, M. A. (2001). Approaching a consensus: Psychosocial support services for solid organ transplantation programs. Progress in Transplantation, 11(3), 163-168.

Suszycki, L.H. (1986). Social work groups on a heart transplant program. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 5(2), 166-170.

Suszycki, L. H., Midlefort, J., Gibson, J., & Lysandrou, S. (1990). Social workers’ responsibilities in heart transplantation programs. Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, 33, 35-38.

Thomas, C., & Hackney, S. (2003). Patient access to transplant social workers: Is there life after hospital downsizing? Transplant News and Issues,16-19.

Wright, L. (2000). Mentorship programs for transplant patients [Special edition]. Progress in Transplantation, 10(4), 267-272.

Wright, L., Pape, D., Ross, K., Campbell, M., & Bowman, K. (2007). Approaching end of life care in organ transplantation: The impact of transplant patient’s death and dying. Progress in Transplantation, 17(1), 57-61.

Wright, L., Pennington, J. J., Abbey, S., Young, E., Haines, J., & Ross, H. (2001). Evaluation of a mentorship program for heart transplant patients. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 20(9), 1030-1033.

Lung

Bright, M.J., Craven, J.L., & Kelly, P.J. (1990). Assessment and management of psychosocial stress in lung transplant candidates. Health and Social Work, 15(2), 125-132.

Craven, J.L., Bright, M.J., & Dear, J.L. (1990). Psychiatric, psychosocial, and rehabilitative aspects of lung transplantation. Clinics in Chest Medicine, 11(2), 247-257.

Cupples, S., Dew, M.A., Grady, K., DeGeest, S., Dobbels, F., Lanuza, D., & Paris, W. (2006). Report of the psychosocial outcomes workgroup of the nursing and social sciences council of the international society for heart and lung transplantation: Present status of research on psychosocial outcomes in cardiothoracic transplantation: Review and recommendations for the field. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 25(6), 716-725.

De Geest, S., Dobbels, F., Paris, W., & Troosters, T. (2005). Adherence with the therapeutic regimen in heart, lung and heart-lung transplant recipients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S88-S98.

 Paris, W., Diercks, M., Bright, J., Zamora, M., Kesten, S., Scavuzzo, M., & Paradis, I. (1998). Return to work after lung transplantation. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 17(4), 430-436.

Kidney

Callahan, M.B., & Davis, C.L. (2010). Socioeconomic issues and the transplant recipient. In D.B. McKay & S.M Steinburg (Eds.), Kidney Transplantation: A guide to the care of kidney transplant recipients(pp. 355-370). New York, NY: Springer.

Wright, L., Campbell, M., & Daar, A. (2008). Ethics in kidney transplantation. In P.J. Morris & S. Knechtle (Eds.), Kidney transplantation: Principles & practice(6th) (pp.694-708). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier.

Liver

Carlson, J., Potter, L., Pennington, S., Nour, B., Sebastian, A., & Paris, W. (2000).Liver transplantation in a patient at psychosocial risk. Progress in Transplantation, 10(4), 209-214.

Heart

Cupples, S., Dew, M.A., Grady, K., DeGeest, S., Dobbels, F., Lanuza, D., & Paris, W. (2006). Report of the psychosocial outcomes workgroup of the nursing and social sciences council of the international society for heart and lung transplantation: Present status of research on psychosocial outcomes in cardiothoracic transplantation: Review and recommendations for the field. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 25(6), 716-725.

De Geest, S., Dobbels, F., Paris, W., & Troosters, T. (2005). Adherence with the therapeutic regimen in heart, lung and heart-lung transplant recipients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S88-S98.

 Freeman, J.A., & Freeman, M.H., Illustrated by Manolo, J. (2001). Red’s True Heart. Gainesville, FL: Fugisawa Healthcare Inc. and Children’s Miracle Network.

Freeman, M. (Producer & Director), & Osbrach, J. (Co-Director) (1998). Gifts of the heart [Video produced by Shands Children’s Hospital at the University of Florida]. Gainesville, Florida.

Freeman, M. (Producer), & Osbrach, J. (Director) (1997). The gift of love: Sean’s story [Video produced by Shands Children’s Hospital at the University of Florida]. Gainesville, Florida.

Gier, M., Levick, M., & Blazina, P. (1988). Stress reduction with heart transplant patients and their families: A multidisciplinary approach. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 7(5), 342-346.

 Maricle, R.A., Hosenpud, J.D., Norman, D.J., Woodbury, A., Pantley, G.A., Cobanoglu, A., & Starr, A. (1989). Depression in patients being evaluated for heart transplantation. General Hospital Psychiatry, 11(6), 418-424.

Paris, W., Brawner, N., Thompson, S., & Penido, M. (1997). Psychosocial issues in heart transplantation: A review for transplant coordinators. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(2), 88-95.

Paris, W., Muchmore, J., Pribil, A., Zuhdi, N., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1994). Study of the relative incidences of psychosocial factors before and after heart transplantation and the influence of post-transplant psychosocial factors on heart transplant outcome. Journal ofHeart Lung Transplantation, 13, 424-432.

Paris, W., Tebow, S., Dahr, A.S., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1997). Returning to work after heart transplantation: A replication. Research on Social Work Practice, 7(3), 370-377.

Paris, W., Woodbury, A., Thompson, S., Levick, M., Nothegger, S., Hutkin-Slade, L.,… Arbuckle, P. (1992). Social rehabilitation and return to work post-transplantation- a multi-center survey. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 53, 433-438.

Shapiro, P., Williams, D. L., Foray, A. T., Gelman, I., Wukich, N., & Sciacca, R. (1995). Psychosocial evaluation and prediction of compliance problems and morbidity after heart transplantation. Transplantation, 60(12), 1462-1466.

Smith, C., Chakraburtty, A., Nelson, D., Paradis, I., Kesinger, S., Bak, K.,… Paris, W. (1999). Interventions in a heart transplant recipient with a histrionic personality disorder. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9(2), 109-113.

Wright, L., Pennington, J. J., Abbey, S., Young, E., Haines, J., & Ross, H. (2001). Evaluation of a mentorship program for heart transplant patients. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 20(9), 1030-1033.

Adherence

Callahan, M.B. (2007). Designing nephrology social work interventions to improve self-management and adherence based on the dialysis outcome and practice patterns study. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 26, n.p.

De Geest, S., Dobbels, F., Paris, W., & Troosters, T. (2005). Adherence with the therapeutic regimen in heart, lung and heart-lung transplant recipients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S88-S98.

Paris, W., Dunham, S., Sebastian, A., Jacobs, C., & Nour, B. (1999). Medication nonadherence and its relation to financial barriers. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9, 149-152.

Shapiro, P., Williams, D. L., Foray, A. T., Gelman, I., Wukich, N., & Sciacca, R. (1995). Psychosocial evaluation and prediction of compliance problems and morbidity after heart transplantation. Transplantation, 60(12), 1462-1466.

Mental Health

Fukunishi, I., Kita, Y., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2003). Relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder and emotional conditions in families of the cadaveric donor population. Transplantation Proceedings, 35(1), 295.

Fukunishi, I., & Paris, W. (2001). Intergenerational transmission of alexithymic characteristics from mothers to children. Psychological Reports, 89,77-84.

Fukunishi, I., Paris, W.,, S., & Nour, B. (2002). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the families of cadaveric and living donor population: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings,34(7), 2627.

Maricle, R.A., Hosenpud, J.D., Norman, D.J., Woodbury, A., Pantley, G.A., Cobanoglu, A., & Starr, A. (1989). Depression in patients being evaluated for heart transplantation. General Hospital Psychiatry, 11(6), 418-424.

Paris, W., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2000).Personality disorders and their effect on medical treatment. Nephrology News & Issues, 14(11), 31-34.

Smith, C., Chakraburtty, A., Nelson, D., Paradis, I., Kesinger, S., Bak, K.,… Paris, W. (1999). Interventions in a heart transplant recipient with a histrionic personality disorder. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9(2), 109-113.

Suszycki, L.H. (1986). Social work groups on a heart transplant program. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 5(2), 166-170.

Suszycki, L. H., Midlefort, J., Gibson, J., & Lysandrou, S. (1990). Social workers’ responsibilities in heart transplantation programs. Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, 33, 35-38.

Pediatrics

Hartog, M.A., Freeman, M., Kublis, K.S. & Jankowski, R.A. (1999). Pediatricians’ and social workers’ knowledge and opinions of Florida’s religious immunity laws. Southern Medical Journal, 92(4), 362-368.

Lois, B., Urban, T., Wong, C., Collins, E., Brodzinsky, M., Adkisson, A., al. (2020). Integrating Suicide Risk Screening into Pediatric Ambulatory Subspecialty Care, Journal of Pediatric Quality and Safety,2020 May-Jun; 5(3): e310.

Post-Transplant Transitions

Callahan, M.B., & Paris, W. (2009). Post-transplant employment and its relationship to physical status in kidney transplant recipients. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 30(1), 9-15.

Callahan, M.B., Paris, W., & Moncrief, M. (2010). Kidney transplant patient employment: Vocational training and intervention by use of an impairment rather than disability model-The Job Club. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 34, 52-60.

Levine, B. (1999) “‘The Emerald City Complex’– Transitional Depression in Adjustment to Organ Transplant: A Review of the Literature and Implications for Transplant Social Work”. The Journal of Nephrology Social Work (19) 42-49.

Meister, N.D., McAleer, M.J., Meister, J.S., Riley, J.E., & Copeland, J.G. (1986). Returning to work after heart transplantation. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 5, 154-161.

Paris, W., Diercks, M., Bright, J., Zamora, M., Kesten, S., Scavuzzo, M., & Paradis, I. (1998). Return to work after lung transplantation. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 17(4), 430-436.

Paris, W., Tebow, S., Dahr, A.S., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1997). Returning to work after heart transplantation: A replication. Research on Social Work Practice, 7(3), 370-377.

Wright, L., Pape, D., Ross, K., Campbell, M., & Bowman, K. (2007). Approaching end of life care in organ transplantation: The impact of transplant patient’s death and dying. Progress in Transplantation, 17(1), 57-61.

Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). Ethics in transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation, 5, 821-826.

Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). The roles of a bioethicist on an organ transplantation service. American Journal of Transplantation, 5(4), 821-826.

Wright, L., & Spital, A. (2003). Letter to the editor. Progress in Transplantation, 13(1), 6-7.

Wright, L., von Bussmann, K., Freidman, A., Khoury, M., Owens, F., & Paris,W. (1990). Exaggerated social control and its relationship to the type a behavior pattern. Journal of Research on Personality, 24(2), 258-269.

Mechanical Support / Ventricular Assist Devices

Buda, T. M., & Kendall, K. (2001). Nursing and psychosocial issues of patients on mechanical support. Journal of Cardiac Surgery, 16(3), 209-221.

Caro, Mario, A; Rosenthal, Julie L; Kendall, Kay; Pozuelo, Leopoldo; Funk, Margo C. (2016). What the Psychiatrist Needs to Know About Ventricular Assist Devices: A Comprehensive Review. Psychosomatics, 57: 229-237.

Dew MA, DiMartini AF, Dobbels F, Grady KL, Jowsey-Gregoire SG, Kaan A, Kendall K,al. (2018). ISHLT/APM/AST/ICCAC/STSW recommendations for the psychosocial evaluation of adult cardiothoracic transplant candidates and candidates for long-term mechanical circulatory support. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 37(7), 803-823. PMID: 29709440.

Meghana Halkar, MD, Amy Nowacki, PhD, Kay Kendall, MSW, LISW-S, Nephertifi Efeovbokhan, MD, Eiaran Gorodeski, MD, Nadar Moazami, MD, Randall Starling, MD, James Young, MD, Sangjin, MD, W.H. Wilson Tang, MD. (2018). Utility of the Psychosocial Assessment of Candidates for Transplantation in Patients Undergoing Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation. Progress in Transplantation, 28 (3), 220-225.

Mosele, Elizabeth, LCSW, CCTSW, CCSW-MCS, (2017). To My Favorite LVAD Coordinator, The Communique’, Summer 2017, Volume 6, Issue 2. (Newsletter for the International Consortium of Circulatory Assist Clinicians)  ICCAC Newsletter May2017Final

Donor Families

Fukunishi, I., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2002). Emotional conditions of donor families: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings, 34(7), 2626.

Harrison, J. (2005). Barriers to Recipient/Donor Family Communication. NKF Newsletter,14(2).

Living Donation

Odell, M., & Wright, L. (2003). Electronic psychosocial evaluation tool: Use in a living donor organ transplant program. Progress in Transplantation, 13(2), 97-104.

Schroder, N. M., McDonald, L. A., Etringer, G., & Snyders, M. (2008). Consideration of psychosocial factors in the evaluation of living donors. Progress in Transplantation, 18(1), 41-48.

Wright, L. (2003). Paired living donor exchange: Facing the challenges. Canadian Transplant Quarterly, 1, 2-3.

Wright, L. (2005). Living organ donation. Parkhurst Exchange, 13(8), 154.

Wright, L., & Campbell, M. (2006). Soliciting kidneys on websites: Is it fair? Seminars in Dialysis, 19, 5-7.

Wright, L., & Daar, A. (2003). Ethical aspects of living donor kidney transplantation and recipient adherence to treatment. Progress in Transplantation, 13(2), 105-109.

Wright, L., Faith, K., Richardson, R., & Grant, D. (2004). Ethical guidelines for the evaluation of living organ donors. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 47(6), 408-413.

Wright, L., MacRae, S., Gordon, D., Elliot, E., Dixon, D., Abbey, S., & Richardson, R. (2002). Disclosure of misattributed paternity: Issues involved in the discovery of unsought information. Seminars in Dialysis, 15(3), 202-206.

Wright, L., McQuarrie, B., & Haines, J. (2003). Psychosocial issues of living donors. In S. A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Transplantation Nursing Secrets(pp. 227-234). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus Inc.

Wright, L., Ross, K., Abbey, S., Levy, G., & Grant, D. (2007). Living anonymous liver donation: Case report and ethical justification. American Journal of Transplantation, 7(4), 1032-1035.

Psychosocial Assessment

Dew MA, DiMartini AF, Dobbels F, Grady KL, Jowsey-Gregoire SG, Kaan A, Kendall K,al. (2018). ISHLT/APM/AST/ICCAC/STSW recommendations for the psychosocial evaluation of adult cardiothoracic transplant candidates and candidates for long-term mechanical circulatory support. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 37(7), 803-823. PMID: 29709440.

Meghana Halkar, MD, Amy Nowacki, PhD, Kay Kendall, MSW, LISW-S, Nephertifi Efeovbokhan, MD, Eiaran Gorodeski, MD, Nadar Moazami, MD, Randall Starling, MD, James Young, MD, Sangjin, MD, W.H. Wilson Tang, MD. (2018). Utility of the Psychosocial Assessment of Candidates for Transplantation in Patients Undergoing Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Device Implantation. Progress in Transplantation, 28 (3), 220-225.

Paris, W., Brawner, N., Thompson, S., & Penido, M. (1997). Psychosocial issues in heart transplantation: A review for transplant coordinators. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(2), 88-95.

Paris, W., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Samara, S., & Nour, B. (2001).The assessment, treatment, and monitoring of substance abuse/dependence in a multi-organ transplant program. Nephrology News & Issues, 15(2), 18-20.

Schroder, N. M., McDonald, L. A., Etringer, G., & Snyders, M. (2008). Consideration of psychosocial factors in the evaluation of living donors. Progress in Transplantation, 18(1), 41-48.

Shapiro, P., Williams, D. L., Foray, A. T., Gelman, I., Wukich, N., & Sciacca, R. (1995). Psychosocial evaluation and prediction of compliance problems and morbidity after heart transplantation. Transplantation, 60(12), 1462-1466.

Caregivers

Jesse, M., Hansen, B., Bruschwein, A., Chen, G., Nonterah, C., Peipert, J.,… Coco, T. (2020). Findings and recommendations from the organ transplant caregivers initiative: Moving clinical care and research forward. J. Transplant. 2020;00:1–8.

Maria M. Meyer, Paula Derr, Kay Kendall, Jennifer Reese. The Comfort of Home for Chronic Heart Failure, A Guide for Caregivers, Care Trust Publications LLC, Portland, Oregon, 2009.

Research

Paris, W., Callahan, M. B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Research: Collaboration in academic and clinical research. Part 1: An overview. Nephrology News and Issues, 24(2), 41-42.

Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 2: Review of existing academic-clinical collaboration literature.  Nephrology News and Issues, 24(6), 52-54.

Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 3: Challenges for the clinician and researcher. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(1), 31-33.

Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 4: Approaches to improving working relationships. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(3), 38-40.

Transplant outside the USA

Ohler, L., Paris, W., & Kita, Y. (2000). Transplantation in Japan: The crusade begins [Editorial]. Progress in Transplantation, 10(2), 75-76.

Paris, W., & Nour, B. (2010). Organ transplantation in Egypt. Progress in Transplantation, 20(3), 274-278.

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Publications Listed Alphabetically

A

  • Abbey, S.E., Littlefield, C., & BrightJ. (1996). Assisting the patient and family to cope with advanced disease: The psychosocial aspects of end-stage disease. Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 17(6), 533-542.

 

B

  • Buda, T. M., & Kendall, K. (2001). Nursing and psychosocial issues of patients on mechanical support. Journal of Cardiac Surgery, 16(3), 209-221.
  • Bright, M.J. (1989). Social work practice with organ transplant patients. In M.J. Holosko & P.A. Taylor (Eds.), Social work practice in health care settings (pp. 419-432). Toronto; Canadian Scholars’ Press, Inc.
  • Bright, M.J., Craven, J.L., & Kelly, P.J. (1990). Assessment and management of psychosocial stress in lung transplant candidates. Health and Social Work, 15(2), 125-132.

 

C

  • Callahan, M.B. (2007). Begin with the end in mind: The value of outcome-driven nephrology social work. Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease, 14(4), 409-414.
  • Callahan, M.B. (2007). Designing nephrology social work interventions to improve self-management and adherence based on the dialysis outcome and practice patterns study. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 26, n.p.
  • Callahan, M.B., & Davis, C.L. (2010). Socioeconomic issues and the transplant recipient. In D.B. McKay & S.M Steinburg (Eds.), Kidney Transplantation: A guide to the care of kidney transplant recipients(pp. 355-370). New York, NY: Springer.
  • Callahan, M.B., & Paris, W. (2009). Post-transplant employment and its relationship to physical status in kidney transplant recipients. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 30(1), 9-15.
  • Callahan, M.B., Paris, W., & Moncrief, M. (2010). Kidney transplant patient employment: Vocational training and intervention by use of an impairment rather than disability model-The Job Club. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 34, 52-60.
  • Carlson, J., Potter, L., Pennington, S., Nour, B., Sebastian, A., & Paris, W. (2000).Liver transplantation in a patient at psychosocial risk. Progress in Transplantation, 10(4), 209-214.
  • Cooper, D.K.C., & Paris, W. (1993). Rehabilitation and return to work after cardiac transplantation. In M. Bhannari, S.S. Agarwol, V.K. Kapoor & P.K. Ghosh, (Eds.), Perspectives on organ transplantation.New Delhi: B.I. Churchill Livingstone.
  • Craven, J.L., Bright, M.J., & Dear, J.L. (1990). Psychiatric, psychosocial, and rehabilitative aspects of lung transplantation. Clinics in Chest Medicine, 11(2), 247-257.
  • Cupples, S., Dew, M.A., Grady, K., DeGeest, S., Dobbels, F., Lanuza, D., & Paris, W. (2006). Report of the psychosocial outcomes workgroup of the nursing and social sciences council of the international society for heart and lung transplantation: Present status of research on psychosocial outcomes in cardiothoracic transplantation: Review and recommendations for the field. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 25(6), 716-725.

 

D

  • De Geest, S., Dobbels, F., Paris, W., & Troosters, T. (2005). Adherence with the therapeutic regimen in heart, lung and heart-lung transplant recipients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S88-S98.

 

F

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  • Fukunishi, I., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2002). Emotional conditions of donor families: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings, 34(7), 2626.
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G

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O

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  • Paris, W. (1990). Medico-social aspects. In D.K.C. Cooper & D. Novitzsky (Eds.), Transplantation and Replacement of Thoracic Organs(pp. 223-226). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Paris, W., Brawner, N., Thompson, S., & Penido, M. (1997). Psychosocial issues in heart transplantation: A review for transplant coordinators. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(2), 88-95.
  • Paris, W., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2000).Personality disorders and their effect on medical treatment. Nephrology News & Issues, 14(11), 31-34.
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  • Paris, W., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Samara, S., & Nour, B. (2001).The assessment, treatment, and monitoring of substance abuse/dependence in a multi-organ transplant program. Nephrology News & Issues, 15(2), 18-20.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M. B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Research: Collaboration in academic and clinical research. Part 1: An overview. Nephrology News and Issues, 24(2), 41-42.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 2: Review of existing academic-clinical collaboration literature.  Nephrology News and Issues, 24(6), 52-54.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 3: Challenges for the clinician and researcher. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(1), 31-33.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 4: Approaches to improving working relationships. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(3), 38-40.
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  • Paris, W., Diercks, M., Bright, J., Zamora, M., Kesten, S., Scavuzzo, M., & Paradis, I. (1998). Return to work after lung transplantation. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 17(4), 430-436.
  • Paris, W., Dunham, S., Sebastian, A., Jacobs, C., & Nour, B. (1999). Medication nonadherence and its relation to financial barriers. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9, 149-152.
  • Paris, W., Fukunishi, I., Wright, L., Markowitz, M., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2002). Psycho-social issues in transplantation. In S.A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Solid Organ Transplantation(pp. 343-372). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
  • Paris, W., Harrison, J., Diercks, M., & Jones, J. (1997). New health insurance law and its potential impact on transplant programs and recipients. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(3), 157-158.
  • Paris, W., Hutkin-Slade, L., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Slentz, B., & Oehlert, W. (1999). Social work and organ transplantation: A preliminary cost-benefit analysis. Research on Social Work Practice, 9(2), 201-212.
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  • Paris, W., Muchmore, J., Pribil, A., Zuhdi, N., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1994). Study of the relative incidences of psychosocial factors before and after heart transplantation and the influence of post-transplant psychosocial factors on heart transplant outcome. Journal ofHeart Lung Transplantation, 13, 424-432.
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  • Paris, W., Tebow, S., Dahr, A.S., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1997). Returning to work after heart transplantation: A replication. Research on Social Work Practice, 7(3), 370-377.
  • Paris, W., Tebow, S., Hart, J., Harrison, J., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Slentz, B., & Dahr, A.S. (1997). Employment and the transplant patient. Journal of Rehabilitation, 63(2), 8-12.
  • Paris, W., Thompson, S., Brawner, N., Penido, M., Bright, M.J., & Robertson, C. (1996). Medico-social aspects. In D.K.C. Cooper, L.W. Miller & G.A. Patterson (Eds.), The Transplantation and Replacement of Thoracic Organs(2nd) (pp. 137-140). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Paris, W., Thompson, S., Rihner, T., Quisenberry, M., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1996). A comparison of transplant patient and social worker attitudes in regard to transplant patient psychosocial selection criteria, role expectations, and communication style. Social Work in Health Care, 23(1), 39-52.
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  • Smith, C., Chakraburtty, A., Nelson, D., Paradis, I., Kesinger, S., Bak, K.,… Paris, W. (1999). Interventions in a heart transplant recipient with a histrionic personality disorder. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9(2), 109-113.
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  • Wright, L. (2003). Paired living donor exchange: Facing the challenges. Canadian Transplant Quarterly, 1, 2-3.
  • Wright, L. (2005). Living organ donation. Parkhurst Exchange, 13(8), 154.
  • Wright, L., & Campbell, M. (2006). Soliciting kidneys on websites: Is it fair? Seminars in Dialysis, 19, 5-7.
  • Wright, L., Campbell, M., & Daar, A. (2008). Ethics in kidney transplantation. In P.J. Morris & S. Knechtle (Eds.), Kidney transplantation: Principles & practice(6th) (pp.694-708). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier.
  • Wright, L., & Daar, A. (2003). Ethical aspects of living donor kidney transplantation and recipient adherence to treatment. Progress in Transplantation, 13(2), 105-109.
  • Wright, L., Faith, K., Richardson, R., & Grant, D. (2004). Ethical guidelines for the evaluation of living organ donors. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 47(6), 408-413.
  • Wright, L., MacRae, S., Gordon, D., Elliot, E., Dixon, D., Abbey, S., & Richardson, R. (2002). Disclosure of misattributed paternity: Issues involved in the discovery of unsought information. Seminars in Dialysis, 15(3), 202-206.
  • Wright, L., McQuarrie, B., & Haines, J. (2003). Psychosocial issues of living donors. In S. A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Transplantation Nursing Secrets(pp. 227-234). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus Inc.
  • Wright, L., Pape, D., Ross, K., Campbell, M., & Bowman, K. (2007). Approaching end of life care in organ transplantation: The impact of transplant patient’s death and dying. Progress in Transplantation, 17(1), 57-61.
  • Wright, L., Pennington, J. J., Abbey, S., Young, E., Haines, J., & Ross, H. (2001). Evaluation of a mentorship program for heart transplant patients. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 20(9), 1030-1033.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., Abbey, S., Levy, G., & Grant, D. (2007). Living anonymous liver donation: Case report and ethical justification. American Journal of Transplantation, 7(4), 1032-1035.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). Ethics in transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation, 5, 821-826.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). The roles of a bioethicist on an organ transplantation service. American Journal of Transplantation, 5(4), 821-826.
  • Wright, L., & Spital, A. (2003). Letter to the editor. Progress in Transplantation, 13(1), 6-7.
  • Wright, L., von Bussmann, K., Freidman, A., Khoury, M., Owens, F., & Paris,W. (1990). Exaggerated social control and its relationship to the type a behavior pattern. Journal of Research on Personality, 24(2), 258-269.

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