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  • Publications | Articles, Book Chapters & Books

    A list of research and scholarship published by staff members of the Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP) at Case Western Reserve University and affiliated faculty from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences (school of social work) at Case Western Reserve and the Department of Psychiatry at the Case School of Medicine.

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Publications | Articles, Book Chapters & Books

This page contains a list of research and scholarship published by staff members of the Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP) at Case Western Reserve University and affiliated faculty from the Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences (school of social work) at Case Western Reserve and the Department of Psychiatry at the Case School of Medicine.

* bold = CEBP staff members at time of publication.
* ital = Affiliated faculty at time of publication.


44.) Lenore A. Kola, Debra R. Hrouda, Patrick E. Boyle and Paul M. Kubek (In Press). The Center for Evidence Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work.

43.) Vanderlip, E. R., Henwood, B., Hrouda, D., Meyer, P., Monroe-DeVita, M., Moser, L., Schweikhard, A. J., & Studer, L. (2016). Systematic literature review of general healthcare interventions within programs of intensive case management and assertive community treatment. Psychiatric Services, 68(3), 218-224.

42.) Kola, L.A., Biegel, D.E., & Ronis, R.J. Evidence-based Practice in Community Mental Health: An Overview (2013). In K. Yeager, D. Cutler, D. Svendsen, & G. Sills (Eds.), Textbook of Modern Community Mental Health: An Interdisciplinary Approach. New York: Oxford University Press.

41.) Biegel, D.E., Kola, L.A., Ronis, R. & Kruszynski, R. (2013). Evidence-based treatment for adults with co-occurring mental and substance disorders (pp.61-72). In S. Rosenberg & J. Rosenberg (Eds.), Second Edition, Readings in Community Mental Health. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

40.) Longhofer, J., Kubek, P.M., & Floersch, J. (2010). On Being and Having a Case Manager: A Relational Approach to Recovery in Mental Health. New York: Columbia University Press.

39.) Beimers, D., Biegel, D. E., Guo, S., & Stevenson, L. D. (2010). Employment entry through supported employment: Influential factors for consumers with co-occurring mental and substance disorders. Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal, 6 (2), 85-102.

38.)  Kola, L. A. & Kruszynski, R. (October, 2010). Adapting the Integrated Dual-Disorder Treatment model for addiction services. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 28 (4), 437- 450.

37.)  Biegel, D.E., Stevenson, L., Beimers, D., Ronis, R.J., & Boyle, P. (2010). Predictors of competitive employment among consumers with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. Research on Social Work Practice, 20 (2), 191-201.

36.)  Beimers, D., Biegel, D. E., Guo, S., & Stevenson, L. D. (2010). Employment entry through supported employment: Influential factors for consumers with co-occurring mental and substance disorders. Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal, 6 (2), 85-102.

35.)  Biegel, D.E., Kola, L.A., Meeks, D., Stevenson, L., & Beimers, D. (2010).  A university-agency mental health research collaboration: A case example. Journal of Case Management, 11 (2), 83-90.

34.)  Delos Reyes, C., Pagano, M.E., Ronis, R.J. (2009). The impact of stressful life events on alcohol use relapse: Findings from the Collaborative Longitudinal Personality Disorders Study. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 5(2), 226-232.

33.)  Biegel, D.E., Beimers, D.,  Stevenson, L., Ronis, R.J., & Boyle, P. (2009). Predictors of referral to Supported Employment among consumers with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. Community Mental Health Journal, 45(6), 427-438.

32.)  Clevenger, N. (2008). In favor of science. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 31, 277-279.

31.)  Kubek, P.M., Kruszynski, R., & Boyle, P. (2007). Practical communications: Innovative methods for disseminating evidence-based practices and building community consensus. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 4 (1), 107-114.

30.)  Brunette, M.F., Asher, D., Whitley, R., Lutz, W.J., Wieder, B.L., Jones, A. M., & McHugo, G. J. (2008). Implementation of Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment: A qualitative analysis of facilitators and barriers. Psychiatric Services, 59 (9), 989-995.

29.)  Katz, S., Biegel, D.E., & Townsend, A. (2008). The impact of caregiver-care recipient relationship quality on family caregivers of women with substance use disorders or co-occurring substance and mental disorders. Journal of Family Social Work, 11 (2), 141-165.

28.)  Hrouda, D.R. & Wieder, B.L. (2008). Nicotine dependence: The forgotten substance-related disorder. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 4(2), 208-216.

27.)  Wieder, B. L., & Boyle, P. E. (2007). Staff selection as a core component of evidence based practices implementation: Findings from Ohio's study of Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment (IDDT) program development. In C. Newman, C. Liberton, K. Kutash, & R.M. Friedman (Eds.), The 19th Annual Conference Proceedings: A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base, (pp. 71-73). Tampa: University of South Florida, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Research and Training Center for Children's Mental Health.

26.)  Biegel, D.E., Kola, L., & Ronis, R. (2007). Supporting the implementation of evidence-based practices for adults with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy, 3 (1), 1-12.

25.)  Wieder, B.L., & Kruszynski, R.A. (2007). The Salience of Staffing in IDDT Implementation: One Agency's Experience. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 10 (2), 103-112.

24.)  Farkas, K.J. & Hrouda, D.R. (2007). Co-Occurring disorders among female jail detainees: Implications for service delivery. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 17 (1/2), 51-67.

23.) Biegel, D.E., Swanson, S., & Kola, L. (2007). The Ohio Supported Employment Coordinating Center of Excellence. Research on Social Work Practice, 17 (4), 504-512.

22.)  Delos Reyes, C.M., & Ronis, R.J. (2006). Statewide implementation of integrated dual disorders treatment: The psychiatrist's role. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 3 (1), 129-133.

21.)  Boyle, P.E. & Kroon, H. (2006). Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment: Comparing Facilitators and Challenges of Implementation for Ohio and the Netherlands. International Journal of Mental Health, 35 (2), 70-88.

20.)  Boyle, P.E., & Wieder, B.L. (2007). Creating and sustaining Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment programs: Lessons learned in Ohio. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 3 (2), 103-109 (Special edition re: National EBP Conference, Indianapolis, March 2-3, 2006).

19.)  Kola, L., & Singer, M.I. (Eds.). (2007). Dual disorders. Special Issue of the Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 17 (1/2).

18.)  Wieder, B.L., Boyle, P.E., & Hrouda, D.R. (2007). Able, willing, and ready: Staff selection as a core component of IDDT implementation. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 7 (1/2), 139-165.

17.)  Biegel, D.E., Katz-Saltzman, S., Tracy, E., & Townsend, A. (2006). Predictors of Dyadic Relationship Quality of Women in Substance Abuse Treatment. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 3 (1), 87-112.

16.)  Kubek, P. (2007). Acceptance, assertive outreach and social support inspire Jane's recovery. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 17 (1/2), 171-176.

15.)  Kola, L., Ronis, R., & Biegel, D.E. (2006). New hope for providers and consumers of mental health services. The Value of Research, p. 48, Case Western Reserve University.

14.)  Townsend, A., Biegel, D.E., Ishler, K., Wieder, B., & Rini, A. (2006). Families of persons with substance and mental disorders: A conceptual framework and literature review. Family Relations Journal, 55, 473-486.

13.) Biegel, D.E., Ishler, K., Katz, S., & Johnson, P. (2007). Predictors of burden in families of women with co-occurring substance and mental disorders. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addic tions, 7 (1/2), 25-49.

12.)  Kruszynski, R., & Boyle, P.E. ( 2006). Implementation of the Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment Model: Stage-wise Strategies for Service Providers. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 2 (3), 147-155.

11.)  Delos Reyes, C., & Ronis, R. (2006). Advancing evidence-based practices through psychiatric consultation. Letter to the Editor. Psychiatric Services, 57 (7), 1047.

10.)  Tracy, E.M., & Biegel, D.E. (2006). Personal social networks and dual disorders: A review of the literature and implications for practice and future research. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 2 (2), 59-88.

9.)  Wieder, B.L., Lutz, W.J., & Boyle, P. (2006). Adapting Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment for in-patient settings. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 2 (1), 101-107.

8.)  Kruszynski, R., Kubek, P. & Boyle, P. E. (2006). Integrated Dual Disorder Treatment (IDDT) Overview: an evidence-based practice for people with co-occurring mental and substance use disorders. Paradigm Magazine, 12-14.

7.)  Swanson, S., Boyle, P.E. & Kubek, P. (2006). Supported Employment - the Evidence Based Practice: Monitoring Job Development to Improve Employment Outcomes. Paradigm Magazine, 6-7.

6.)  Biegel, D.E., Kola, L.A., & Ronis, R. (2006). Evidence-based treatment for adults with co-occurring mental and substance disorders (pp.61-72). In S. Rosenberg & J. Rosenberg (Eds.), Readings in Community Mental Health. New York: Brunner-Routledge.

5.)  Min, M., Biegel, D.E., & Johnsen, J.A. (2005). Predictors of Psychiatric Hospitalization for Adults with Co-Occurring Substance and Mental Disorders as Compared to Adults with Mental Illness Only. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 29 (2), 114-121.

4.)  Boyle, P., Delos Reyes, C, & . Kruszynski, R., (2005). Integrated Dual Disorders Treatment. In R.E. Drake, M.R. Merrens, & D.W. Lynde (Eds.), Evidence-based Practice in Mental Health: A Textbook. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

3.)  Ronis, R. (2004). Best Practices. The Ohio Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Coordinating Center of Excellence. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 1 (1), 107-113.

2.)  Biegel, D.E., Kola, L.A., Ronis, R.J., Boyle, P.E., Delos Reyes, C.M., Wieder, B., & Kubek, P. (2003). The Ohio Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Coordinating Center of Excellence: Implementation support for evidence-based practice. Research in Social Work Practice, 13 (4), 531-545.

1.)  Drake, Robert E. Essock, S.M., Shaner, A, Carey, K.B., Minkoff, K., Kola, L.A., Lynde, D., Osher, F.C., Clark, R.E. and Richards, L. (2001). Implementing Dual Diagnosis Services for Clients with Severe Mental Illness. Psychiatric Services, 52 (4), 469-476.


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