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John S. Wodarski, PhD
Professor

John Wodarski, PhD

214 Henson Hall
1618 Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37996-3333
Phone: (865) 974-3988
jwodarsk@utk.edu

 

 


Education

  • BS, Florida State University
  • MSSW, The University of Tennessee
  • PhD, Washington University

Courses Taught

  • Social Work Research (SW 506)
  • Human Behavior and Social Environment (SW 514-515)
  • Clinical Social Work Practice with Individuals (SW 521)
  • Seminar in Grant Writing (SW 660)

Research Interests:

Behavioral modification, child welfare, children and adolescents, grant writing, rapid assessment.


Funded Research, Grants, and Awards:

Principal Investigator, Tennessee’s Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) Health Professions Student Training, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $906, 314, 2015-2018.

Principal Investigator, Tennessee Residential Treatment Program for Pregnant & Postpartum Women, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $1,524,183, 2014-2017.

Principal Investigator, Using New Media to Reach African American and Hispanic/Latino MSM, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration,$125,000, 2014-2015.

Principal Investigator, The Expanded Care of Coordination through the Use of Health Information Technology in Rural Tennessee, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $834,500, 2011-2014.

Principal Investigator, E-therapy Screening and Interventions for Vulnerable young Adults with Co-morbidity, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration,$1,200,000, 2010-2013.

Principal Investigator, HIV/AIDS Primary Prevention Program with Caribbean Youth, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $2,214,087, 2009-2014.

Principal Investigator, The East Tennessee Assertive Adolescent Family Treatment Program, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $896,927, 2009-2012.

Principal Investigator, HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Primary Prevention in Minority Adolescents, Substance Abuse and Mental health Services Administration, $1,676,662, 2008-2013.


Selected Publications:

Wodarski, J.S. & Green, P.D. (2015). Health information technology: An expanded care
coordination in rural Tennessee.  Social Work in Public Health, 30(5), 431-442. doi: 10.1080/19371918.2015,1046761.

Hopson, L., Wodarski, J. S., &amp; Ning, T. (2015).&nbsp; The effectiveness of electronic approaches to substance abuse prevention for adolescents. <em>Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work, </em>12(3), 310-322.

Wodarski, J. S. & Curtis, S.V. (2015). Empirically supported interventions.  Journal of Evidence-Informed Social Work, DOI:10.1080/23761407/2015.1006934.

Curtis, S.V. & Wodarski, J.S. (2015). The East Tennessee assertive adolescent family treatment program: a three year evaluation. Social Work in Public Health. 30(3), 225-35 doi: 10.1080/19371918.2014.992713.

Wodarski, J.S., & Curtis, S.V. (2015). E-Therapy for Substance Abuse and Co-Morbidity. New York: Springer.

Wodarski, J.S. (2014). The Integrated Behavioral Health Science Delivery System Model. Social Work in Public Health, 29(4), 301-17.




 

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