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Mental Health And Resiliency Project

Academic Publications

Nurses Without Walls: Field Notes D Traisci Marandola, APRN, MSN, MPH. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. Volume 23, Number 1. Pages 68-80. January/February 2009

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Building Integrated Mental Health and Medical Programs for Vulnerable Populations Post-Disaster: Connecting Children and Families to a Medical Home Paula A.Madrid, Psy.D; Heidi Sinclair, MD, MPH; Antoinette Q. Bankston, LCSW; Sarah Overholt, MA; Arturo Brito, MD, MPH; Rita Domnitz, MS, Ed Psych; Roy Grant, MA. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. Vol. 23, No. 4, 314-321.
The 9/11 terror attacks: Emotional consequences persist for children and their families I Redlener and R Grant. Contemporary Pediatrics. 2002. Volume 19, pages 43-59

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Conference Publications

Traditional trauma therapy provided in a non-traditional setting: A post-9/11 model P Madrid, R Grant, I Redlener. Disaster Psychiatry Outreach March 2004 Poster
Mental Health, Terrorism Preparedness, and Policy: The Aftermath of 9/11 R Grant, L Lynch, S Paula, E Redlener, I Redlener. American Public Health Association, Nov 2003 Roundtable
Crisis counseling following 9/11/01: implications for policy and preparedness R Grant, P Madrid, I Redlener. International Disaster Psychiatry Conference, April 2003 Poster
The 9/11 terror attacks: Emotional consequences persist for children and their families I Redlener and R Grant. Contemporary Pediatrics. 2002. Volume 19, pages 43-59.
An innovative community-based response to the terror attacks of 9/11 R Grant, L Lynch, E Redlener, Garfinkle, I Redlener. Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy, June 2002 Poster