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Riley, Anne W., PhD

Associate Professor
Health Policy and Management, Bloomberg School of Public Health; Department of Mental Health; Research Associate, Kennedy Krieger Institute

Main Office Address

Hampton House Building Room 693
East Baltimore Campus
624 N. Broadway
Baltimore, MD 21205

Phone: 410 955 1058
Fax: 410 614 7189

E-mail: ariley@jhsph.edu


 
Administrative Assistant

Joyce Hines
Phone: 410 614 5089
E-mail: jhines@jhsph.edu


Education

1965  

B.S.N.

Old Dominion University

1986 

Ph.D.

Virginia Tech

1985-1986

Clinical Psychology Internship  

Kennedy Institute - Johns Hopkins Department of Pediatrics


Professional Interests

  • Measurement of developmental trajectories of health and mental health in children/adolescents
  • Effects of parental depression on child & adolescent mental health and functioning
  • Measurement of functioning in children/youth with emotional & behavioral problems
  • Design & sustainability of services in the health care system to reduce psychopathology in children
  • Effects of health-related quality of life on school achievement

 
Selected Publications

Forrest, C.B., Riley, A.W.  (2004).  Childhood Origins of Adult Health:  A Basis for a Life Course Health Policy.  Health Affairs, 23:155-164.

Riley, A.W. (2004)  Evidence That School-Age Children Can Self-Report on Their Health.  Ambulatory Pediatrics, 4(4):374-376. 

Riley, A.W., Forrest, C.B., Rebok, G., Starfield, B., Green, B.F., Robertson, J., Friello, P.  (2004) The Child Report Form of the CHIP-Child Edition: Reliability and Validity.  Medical Care 42(3):221-231.

Witt, W.P., Kasper, J.D., Riley, A.W., (2003).  Mental Health Services Use Among School-aged Children with Disabilities:  The Role of Sociodemographics, Funtional Limitations, Family Burdens, and Care Coordination Health Services Research 38(6):1441-1466.

Witt, W.P., Riley, A.W., Coiro, M.J.  (2003).  Childhood Functional Status, Family Stressors, and Psychosocial Adjustment Among School-aged Children with Disabilities in the U.S.  Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 157(7):687-695.

 

 

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