sarah-jane_dodd

Dodd, Sarah-Jane | MSW | PhD

Associate Professor
Phone: (212) 396-7529
Office: 426
Email: sdodd@hunter.cuny.edu
Areas of Expertise:
Practice-Based Research and Program Evaluation
LGBT Policy and Practice Issues
Social Welfare Policy
Social Work Ethics

Education:
Ph.D., University of Southern California School of Social Work
M.S.W., University of Southern California School of Social Work
MS.Ed., SUNY Brockport

Courses:
Social Welfare Policy
Research Methods
Human Sexuality
Ethics

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Scholarship



Dodd, S.J. & Epstein, I. (2012). Practice-Based Research in Social Work: A Guide for Reluctant Researchers, London: Routledge.

Wheeler, D. & Dodd, S.J. (2011). LGBTQ capacity building in health care systems: a social work imperative. Health and Social Work, 36,4, 307-309.

Dodd, S.J. (2009). LGBTQ: Protecting Vulnerable Subjects in All Studies. In D. Mertons & P. Ginsberg (Eds.) The Handbook of Social Research Ethics, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Dodd, S.J. (2007). Identifying the Discomfort: An Examination of Ethical Issues Encountered by MSW Students during Field Placement. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 27, 1/2, 1-19.

Dodd, S.J. & Jansson, B.S. (2004) Expanding the boundaries of ethics education: Preparing social workers for ethical advocacy in hospital and other settings. Journal of Social Work Education, 40, 3, 455-465.


Research


Youth Empowerment Program (YEP) (Co-PI)
A trauma-informed after-school and summer program for at-risk youth in East Harlem funded by the HHS Office of Minority Health and run in conjunction with Union Settlement Association. The program aims to reduce risk for sexual health issues, substance use and violence while increasing positive health related choices, academic success and commitment to higher education.

National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections(Program Evaluator)
Housed at the Silberman School of Social Work the NRCPFC provides training, technical assistance and information services to help strengthen the capacity of State, local, Tribal and other publicly administered or supported child welfare agencies to: institutionalize a safety-focused, family-centered, and community-based approach to meet the needs of children, youth and families. The National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections is a service of the Children’s Bureau – ACF/DHHS and member of the T&TA Network. Click here for more information.

National Resource Center for Permanency and Family Connections(Program Evaluator)
This project is a collaboration between the Silberman School of Social Work, the CUNY school of Public Health and NAMI to explore mental health literacy and the most effective means of communicating information related to the new mental health parity laws.
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