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School of Social Work Research Publications for Rogério Meireles (Rogério) Pinto

  1. Park, S. & Pinto, R. M. (2021). Factors that influence co-production among student interns, consumers, and providers of social and public health services: Implications for interprofessional collaboration and training. Social Work in Public Health.
  2. Rahman, R., Ross, A. & Pinto, R. M. (2021). The critical importance of community health workers as first responders to COVID-19 in the United States. Health Promotion International.
  3. Pinto, R. M. (2021). Autoethnographic playwriting and performance to research immigration, marginalized gender identities, and loss. In E. Huss & E. Bos (Eds.), Social Work Research Using Arts-Based Methods. Policy Press/Bristol University Press: UK.
  4. Pinto, R. M., Rahman, R., Zanchetta, M. S., & Galhego Garcia, W. (2021). Brazil’s Community Health Workers Practicing Narrative Medicine: A Service Consumer Perspective. Journal of General Internal Medicine.
  5. Windsor, L., Benoit, E., Pinto, R. M., Gwadz, M., & Thompson, W. (2021). Enhancing behavioral intervention science: Using community based participatory research principles with the multiphase optimization strategy. Translational Behavioral Medicine.
  6. Rahman, R., Pinto, R. M., & Troost, J. (2021). Examining interprofessional collaboration across case managers, peer educators, and counselors in New York City. Social Work in Public Health, 36(4), 448-459.
  7. Pinto, R. M., Park, S., Miles, R., & Ong, P. (2021). Community engagement in dissemination and implementation models: A narrative review. Implementation Research and Practice.
  8. Pinto, R. M., & Park, S. (2020). De-implementation of evidence-based interventions:Implications for organizational and managerial research. In B. McBeath & K. Hopkins (Eds.) The Future of Human Service Organizational and Management Research: Navigating Complex Frontiers (pp. 110-117). Routledge: London and New York.
  9. Pinto, R. M., Kay, E. S., Choi, C. J., & Wall, M. (2020). Interprofessional Collaboration improves the odds of educating patients about PrEP over time. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 35(5), 1444-1451.
  10. Windsor, L. C., Pinto, R. M., & Lee, C. (2020). Interprofessional collaboration associated with frequency of life-saving links to HIV continuum of care services in the urban environment of Newark, New Jersey. BMC Health Services Research, 20, 1014.
  11. Abulhab, A., & Pinto, R. M. (2020). Critical issues in sign language interpretation for social work practice. Journal of Social Work Education, 56(2).
  12. Pinto, R. M., Chen, Y., & Park, S. (2020). A client-centered relational framework on barriers to the integration of HIV and substance use services: a systematic review. Harm Reduction Journal, 16(1), 71.
  13. Pinto, R. M. & Park, S. (2020). COVID-19 pandemic disrupts HIV Continuum of Care and Prevention: Implications for research and practice concerning community-based organizations and frontline providers. AIDS and Behavior, 24(9), 2486-2489.
  14. Pinto, R. M., Choi, J., & Wall, M. (2020). Developing a scale to measure interprofessional collaboration in HIV prevention and care: Implications for research on patient access and retention in the HIV continuum of care. HIV Prevention and Education, 32(1).
  15. Smith, M. J., Pinto, R. M., Dawalt, L., Smith, J. D., Sherwood, K., Miles, R., Taylor, J., Hume, K., Dawkins, T., Baker-Ericzén, M., Frazier, T., Humm, L. & Steacy, C. (2020). Using community-engaged methods to adapt virtual reality job-interview training for transition-age youth on the autism spectrum. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 71, 101498.
  16. Pinto, R. M., Chen, Y. & Park, S. (2019). A client-centered relational framework on barriers to the integration of HIV and substance use services: a systematic review. Harm Reduction Journal, 16, 71.
  17. Batey, D. S., Kay, E. S., Westfall, A. O., Zinski, A., Drainoni, M., Gardner, L. I., Giordano, T., Keruly, J., Rodriguez, A., Wilson, T., & Mugavero, M. J. (2019). Are missed-and kept-visit measures capturing different aspects of retention in HIV primary care? AIDS Care.
  18. Pinto, R. M., Kay, E. S., Choi, C. J., & Wall, M. M. (2019). Interprofessional collaboration improves linkages to primary care: A longitudinal analysis. AIDS Care.
  19. Kay, E. S., & Pinto, R. M. (2019). Individual insurance as a Barrier to HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). American Journal of Public Health, 110(1), 61-64.
  20. 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, 43(4), 336-343.
  21. Pinto, R., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Kay, E. S., & Berringer, K. (2019). Expanding knowledge about implementation of pre-exposure prophylaxis: A methodological review. AIDS and Behavior, 23(10), 2761-2778.
  22. Doering-White, J., Pinto, R. M., Ibarra-Frayre, M., & Bramble Caballero, R. (2019). Teaching note: Critical issues for language interpretation in social work practice. Journal of Social Work Education.
  23. Pinto, R. M & Witte, S. (2019). No easy answers: Avoiding potential pitfalls of de-implementation. American Journal of Community Psychology, 63(1-2), 239-242.
  24. 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.
  25. 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.

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