Implementation Science; HIV prevention; Oppressed Groups; Practitioners; International Research
|(734) email@example.com||2850 SSWB||University of Michigan|
School of Social Work
1080 S. University
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
|2003||PhD||Social Work||Columbia University, New York, NY|
|2002||MP||Philosophy||Columbia University, New York, NY|
|1997||MSW||Social Work||Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, New York, New York|
|1986||BS||Biological Science||Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil|
|Interprofessional Collaboration Lab|
Doering-White, J., Pinto, R. M., Ibarra-Frayre, M., & Bramble Caballero, R. (in press). Language interpretation in social work practice. Journal of Social Work Education.
Pinto, R. M., Spector, A. Y., & Rahman, R. (2019). Nurturing practitioner-researcher partnerships to improve adoption and delivery of research-based social and public health services worldwide. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(5), 862.
Rahman, R., Pinto, R. M., Zanchetta, M. S., Lu, J., & Bailey, R. (2019). Community health agents, nurses and physicians conducting research in Brazil's family health program. Health Promotion International, 34(S1), i92-i102.
Pinto, R. M. & Park, S. (2019). De-implementation of evidence-based interventions: Implications for organizational and managerial research. Human Services Organizations: Management, Leadership, and Governance.
Pinto, R. M., Witte, S., Filippone, P., & Wall, M. (2018). Recruiting and retaining service agencies and public health providers in longitudinal studies: Implications for community-engaged implementation research. Methodological Innovations.
Pinto, R. M., Spector, A., Witte, S., Filippone, P., Wall, M., & Choi, J. (2018). Training in evidence-based practices increases likelihood to integrate different HIV prevention services with substance-using clients. Social Work in Public Health, 33(3), 202-214.
Witte, S., Pinto, R. M., Choi, J., & Wall, M. M. (2018). Predicting organizational readiness to implement HIV prevention with couples using practitioners’ intentions: Testing a heuristic. Translational Behavioral Medicine.
Pinto, R. M., Witte, S., Filippone, P., Choi, J., & Wall, M. (2018). Interprofessional collaboration and on-the-job training improves access to HIV testing, primary care and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). AIDS Education and Prevention, 30, 6.
Windsor, L. C., Benoit, E., Smith, D., Pinto, R. M., & Kugler, K. (2018). Optimizing a community-engaged multi-level group intervention to reduce substance use: An application of the multiphase optimization strategy. Trials, 19, 255.
Rahman, R., Pinto, R. M., Zanchetta, M. S., & Wall, M. M. (2017). Delivery of community-based care through inter-professional teams in Brazil's Unified Health System (UHS): Comparing perceptions across Community Health Agents (ACS), nurses and physicians. Journal of Community Health.
Rahman, R., Pinto, R. M., & Wall, M. (2017). HIV Education and Welfare Services in Primary Care: An Empirical Model of Integration in Brazil’s Unified Health System. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 294.
Pinto, R. M., Witte, S., Filippone, P., Whitman, W., & Baird, K. (2017). Factors that influence linkages to HIV Continuum of Care services: Implications for multi-level interventions. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14(11), 1355.
Ghesquiere A., Pinto, R. M., Rahman, R., & Spector, A. (2016). Factors associated with provision of patient-centered mental health care in Brazil's unified health system. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Spector, A. Y. & Pinto, R. M. (2016). Partnership matters in Health Services Research: A mixed methods study of practitioners’ involvement in research and subsequent use of evidence based interventions. Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
Spector, A. Y., Pinto, R. M., Rahman, R., & Da Fonseca, A. (2015). Implementation of Brazil's "Family Health Strategy": Factors associated with community health workers', nurses', and physicians', delivery of drug use services. International Journal of Drug Policy.
Zanchetta, M. S., Pinto, R. M., Galhego-Garcia, W., da Cunha, Z., Cordeiro, H. A., E Fagundes-Filho, F., Pinho, M. A. L., Voet, S. M. V., Talbot, Y., Caldas, R. S., de Souza, T. J., & Costa, E. (2014). Brazilian community health agents and qualitative primary healthcare information. Primary Health Care Research and Development 1-11.
Pinto, R. M., Spector, A. Y., Witte, S., & Gilbert, L. (2014). Systematizing planning and formative phases of HIV prevention research: Case studies from Brazil, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan. Global Social Welfare, 1, 137-144.
Pinto, R. M., Rodriguez, S., Spector, A. Y., Choi, J., Martinez, O., & Wall, M. (2014). HIV practitioners in Madrid and New York improving inclusion of underrepresented populations in research. Health Promotion International.
Pinto, R. M., Rahman, R., & Williams, A. (2014). Policy advocacy and leadership training for formerly incarcerated women: An empowerment evaluation of ReConnect, a program of the Women in Prison Project, Correctional Association of New York. Evaluation and Program Planning, 47, 71-81.
Pinto, R. M., Wall, M. & Spector, A. Y. (2014). Modeling the structure of partnership between researchers and front-line service providers: Strengthening collaborative public health research. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 8, 83-106.
Martinez, O., Wu, E., Sandfort, T., Dodge, B., Carballo-Diéguez, A., Pinto, R. M., Rhodes, S. D., Moya, E., & Chavez-Baray, S. (2014). Evaluating impact of immigration policies on health status among undocumented immigrants: A systematic review. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.
Windsor, L., Pinto, R. M., Benoit, E., Jessell, L., & Jemal, A. (2014). Community wise: The development of an anti-oppression model to promote individual and community health. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addiction, 14(4), 402-420.
Pinto, R. M., Spector, A. Y., Yu, Gary, & Campbell, A. N. C. (2013). Transdisciplinary collaboration and endorsement of pharmacological and psychosocial evidence-based practices by medical and psychosocial substance abuse treatment providers in the United States. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 20(5), 408-416.
Pinto, R. M. (2013). [Review of the book Financing Health in Latin America, Volume I: Household Spending and Impoverishment by F. M. Knaul, R. Wong, and H. Arreola-Ornelas (Eds.)]. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(1), 113-114.
Pinto, R. M., Wall, M., Yu, G., Penido, C., & Schmidt, C. (2012). Primary care and public health services integration in Brazil's unified health system. American Journal of Public Health, 102(11), e69–e76.
Pinto, R. M., Soriano, R., & da Silva, S. B. (2012). Community health workers in Brazil's unified health system: A framework of their praxis and contributions to patient health behaviors. Social Science and Medicine, 74, 940-947.
Pinto, R. M., daSilva, S. B., Penido, C., & Spector, A. Y. (2012). International participatory research framework: Triangulating procedures to build health research capacity in Brazil. Health Promotion International, 27, 435-444.
Pinto, R. M. (2012). What makes or breaks provider-researcher collaborations in HIV research? A mixed method analysis of providers' willingness to partner. Health Education and Behavior, 40(2), 223-230.
Pinto, R. M., Campbell, A. N. C., Hien, D., Yu, G., & Gorroochum, P. (2011). Retention in the NIDA clinical trials network women and trauma study: Implications for post-trial implementation. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 81(2), 211-217.
Pinto, R. M., Spector, A. Y. & Valera, P. A. (2011). Exploring group dynamics for integrating scientific and experiential knowledge in community advisory boards for HIV research. AIDS Care, 23(8), 1006-1013.
Spector, A. Y. & Pinto, R. M. (2011). Let's talk about sex: Helping substance abuse counselors address HIV prevention with men who have sex with men. Culture, Health and Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care, 13(4), 399-413.
Marhefka, S. L., Valentin, C., Pinto, R. M., Demetriou, N., Wiznia, A., & Mellins, C. A. (2011). "I feel like I'm carrying a weapon": Information and motivations related to sexual risk among girls with perinatally acquired HIV. AIDS Care, 23(10), 1321-1328.
Pinto, R. M., Yu, G., Spector, A. Y., Gorroochum, P, & McCarty, D. (2010). Substance abuse treatment providers' involvement in research is associated with willingness to use findings in practice. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 39(2), 188-194.
Pinto, R. M. (2010). Mixed methods design. In N. J. Salkind (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Research Design. Sage Publications.
Pinto, R. M., Melendez, R., & Spector, A. Y. (2008). Male-to-female transgender individuals building social support and capital from within a gender-focused network. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 20(3), 203-220.
Dworkin, S. L., Pinto, R. M., Hunter, J., Rapkin, B. & Remien, R. (2008). Keeping the spirit of community partnerships alive in the scale up of HIV/AIDS prevention: critical reflections on the roll out of DEBI (diffusion of effective behavioral interventions). American Journal of Community Psychology, 42, 51-59.
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