|Sherri Green, PhD|
|Research Assistant Professor
Maternal and Child Health
Sheps Ctr for Hlth Serv Res
Maternal and Child Health Public Health Leadership Institute
Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research
|2003||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||PhD, Maternal and Child Health|
|1991||University of South Carolina||MSW, Social Work|
|1989||Warren Wilson College||BA, Social Work|
|MCH 740 ||Qualitative Research Methods in MCH|
|MCH 740||Integrating public health, mental health, and addiction prevention and treatment for women: A life course perspective|
|2012||UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health inaugural Teaching Innovation Awardee|
Dr. Green is the principal investigator for grants and contracts that address topics associated with with integration of public health and behavioral health for women and their children; perinatal and maternal substance abuse; child welfare and parental/caregiver substance use; evidence based practice translation research for trauma informed and gender specific substance abuse services; and perinatal and maternal public health, substance abuse and violence prevention policy.
|Chuang E, Wells R, Alexander J, Green S. (2013)|
How outpatient substance abuse treatment unit director activities may affect provision of community outreach services.
Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy: vol.20 (2), p.149-159.
|Chuang, E., Wells, R., Green, S., & Reiter, K. (2011)|
Performance-based contracting and the moderating influence of caseworker role overload on outcomes in child welfare.
Administration in Social Work: vol.35(5), p.1-22.
|Louison L, Green SL, Bunch S, Scheyett A (2009)|
The problems no one wants to see: Mental illness and substance abuse among women of reproductive age in North Carolina.
NC Med J: vol.70(5), p.454-58.