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Postdoctoral Fellowship in Child Mental Health Services
Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health
Main professional interests include child and adolescent psychopharmacology, community psychiatry, pharmacoepidemiology, mental health services research, and outcomes and effectiveness evaluations. The primary focus of my research is to evaluate access to and delivery of evidence-based psychopharmacologic treatments in community practice. The goal is to develop measures to assess the effectiveness and outcomes of mental health treatments for children and adolescents as they are delivered in the community, and ultimately to improve the quality of care.
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dosReis, S, Butz, A., Lipkin, PH, Anixt, JS, Weiner, CL, Chernoff, R. Attitudes about stimulant medication for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder among African American families in an inner city community. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research. 2006; 33(4):423-430
dosReis, S, Mychailyszyn, MP, Myers, MA, Riley, AW. Coming to terms with ADHD: How urban African-American families come to seek care for their children. Psychiatric Services. 2007; 58(5):636-641.
Olaniyan, O, dosReis, S, Garriett, V, Mychailyszyn, MP., Anixt, J, Rowe, PC, Cheng, TL. Community perspectives of childhood behavioral problems and ADHD among African-American parents. Ambulatory Pediatrics. 2007; 7(3):226-231.
dosReis, S, Myers, MA. Parental attitudes and involvement in psychopharmacological treatment for ADHD: A conceptual model. International Review of Psychiatry, 2008; 20(2):135-141.
dosReis, S, Johnson, E, Steinwachs, D, Rohde, C, Skinner, EA, Fahey, M, Lehman, AF. Antipsychotic treatment patterns and hospitalizations among adults with schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research, 2008; 101:304-311.
Robins, C, Ware, NC, dosReis, S, Willging, C, Chung, J, Lewis- Fernández, R. Dialogues on mixed-methods mental health services research: Anticipating challenges, building Solutions. Psychiatric Services, 2008; 59(7): 727-731.