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Release Date: 04/04/2024 Source: Podcast

Dr. Judith Cook’s Center releases new episode of its Participatory Action…

Dr. Judith Cook's Center released a new episode of its Participatory Action Research (PAR) podcast series featuring an interview with Dr. Laysha Ostrow, who reflects on her personal recovery journey and advice to scholars who are interested in applying participatory action research techniques and starting their own small businesses.


Release Date: 04/04/2024

Dr. Judith Cook and colleagues publish results of a study of the employment of…

Dr. Judith Cook and colleagues publish results of a study of the employment of certified peer specialists in workforce shortage areas


Release Date: 04/04/2024

Dr. Judith Cook is co-investigator of a new national RRTC on Community Living…

Dr. Judith Cook is co-investigator of a new national RRTC on Community Living and Participation Among People with Serious Mental Illnesses


Release Date: 12/15/2023

Dr. Judith Cook is co-investigator of a new national RRTC on Aging Among Adults…

Dr. Judith Cook is a co-investigator of the new NIDILRR-funded Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging Among Adults with Serious Mental Illnesses located at Boston University (M. Farkas and Zlatka Russovina, Co-PIs, 2023-2028). This RRTC is generating new research-based knowledge on aging among older adults with long-term serious mental illnesses to impact services, practices, and policies.


Release Date: 12/15/2023

Dr. Judith Cook and colleagues present 2 workshops at the 28th Annual…

Dr. Judith Cook and colleagues present 2 workshops at the 28th Annual Conference of the National Association of Case Management.


Release Date: 12/15/2023

Dr. Judith Cook's Center hosts a national X/Twitter Chat on disability…

Throughout the month of September, Dr. Judith Cook's Center hosted a national slow-motion X/Twitter chat on disability employment research, moderated by Dr. Sally Rogers of Boston's University's Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation. Available here: https://twitter.com/TalkMHResearch