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School of Social Work Research Publications for Jeff Capobianco

  1. Weaver, A., Ruffolo, M. & Capobianco, J. (2015). Systematic review of EBPs for SMI in rural America. Journal of Evidence-based Social Work, 12(2), 1-11.
  2. Ruffolo, M., & Capobianco, J. (2012). Moving an evidence-based intervention into routine mental health care: A multifaceted case example. Social Work in Health Care, 51(1), 77-87.
  3. Capobianco, J., Svensson, J., Wiland, S., Fricker, C., & Ruffolo, M. (2008). Guide to Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health. Rockville, MD: National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare.
  4. Ruffolo, M., Savas, S., Neal. D., Capobianco, J., & Reynolds, K. (2008). The challenges of implementing an evidence-based practice to meet consumer and family needs in a managed behavioral health care environment. Social Work and Health Care, 6.
  5. Kilbourne, A., Irmiter, C., & Capobianco, J. (2008). Improving integrated general medical and mental health services in community-based practices. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 35(5), 337-45.
  6. Capobianco, J. (2007). Examples of effective community services and training in family psychoeducation. In Groggat, D., G. Fadden, D. Johnson, M. Leggett, and R. Shankar (Eds.), Family As Partners in Mental Health Care: A Guidebook for Implementing Family Work. Toronto: World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders.
  7. Capobianco, J., Svensson, J., Wiland, S., Fricker, C., & Ruffolo, M. (2006). Implementing Multiple Evidence-Based Practices in Public Mental Health Organizations: An Implementation Field Guide for Project Managers and Clinical Supervisors. State of Michigan, Department of Community Health Grant publication.
  8. Capobianco, J. (2006). Washtenaw ushers in organizational changes to support EBP rollout. National Council News 7-8.
  9. Reynolds, K., Chesney, B., & Capobianco, J. (2006). A collaborative model for integrated mental and physical health care for the seriously and persistently mentally ill: The Washtenaw Community Health Organization. Family, Systems, and Health, 24, 19-27.

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