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Matthew Moore


Entered PhD Program in 2012

Education

  • BS, Southwestern College, 2005
  • MSSW, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2012
  • MS (Statistics), The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2017
  • PhD, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2017

Research Interests

My research interests include issues related to integrated healthcare, oncology social work, distress, traumatic stress, trauma, and posttraumatic growth.

Courses Taught as Adjunct Instructor

  • Spring 2017: Systematic Planning and Evaluation for Interpersonal Practice (SW 563) MSSW program, online
  • Spring 2016: Systematic Planning and Evaluation for Interpersonal Practice (SW 563) MSSW program, online
  • Fall 2015: Foundation Research (SW 519) MSSW program, face-to-face
  • Spring 2015: Honors Integrative Seminar (SW 467) BSW program, face-to-face

 

Courses Taught as Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Summer 2014: DSW Capstone I (SW 624) DSW program, online course
    Instructor: Dr. David Patterson
  • Spring 2014: Research for Social Work Practice II (SW 602)
    PhD program
    Instructor: Dr. William Nugent
  • Spring 2014: Individual/Group Practice with Diverse Populations in Complex Systems (SW 619) DSW program, online course
    Instructor: Dr. Anthony Hemmelgarn
  • Fall 2013: Research for Social Work Practice I (SW 601) PhD program
    Instructor: Dr. William Nugent
  • Fall 2013: Clinical Management (SW 617) DSW program, online course
    Instructor: Dr. Lesa Hope
  • Summer 2013: Individual/Group Practice with Diverse Populations in Complex Systems (SW 619) DSW program, online/in-person course
    Instructor: Dr. David Patterson
  • Fall 2012: Systematic Planning and Evaluation for Interpersonal Practice (SW 563) MSW program, online course
    Instructor: Dr. Cindy Davis

 

Courses Taught as Guest Lecturer

  • Fall 2013: Social Work in Hospital and Healthcare Settings (SW 540) MSW program
    Instructor: Dr. Cindy Davis
    Topic: Distress screening for cancer patients
  • Fall 2013: Introduction to Social Work (SW 200) BSW program
    Instructor: Dr. Mary Rogge
    Topic: PTSD and traumatic brain injury
  • Fall 2013: Social Work Research I (SW 410) BSW program
    Instructor: Autumn Lowry
    Topic: Quantitative data analysis

 

Recent Publications

Davis, C., Cadet, T., Moore, M., & Darby, K. (in press). A comparison of compliance and non-compliance in breast cancer screening among African American women. Health and Social Work.

Davis, C., Darby, K., Moore, M., Cadet, T., & Brown, G. (2017). Breast cancer screening for underserved African American women: A community based participatory approach. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology.

Nugent, W., Moore, M., & Story, E. (2015). Development and Monte Carlo study of a procedure for correcting the standardized mean difference for measurement error in the independent variable. Educational and Psychological Measurement. DOI: 10.1177/0013164414534067

Rust, C., Davis, C., & Moore, M. (2015). Medication adherence skills training for African American breast cancer survivors: The effects on health literacy, medication adherence and self-efficacy. Social Work in Health Care. 54(1), 33-46.

Under Review

Davis, C., Moore, M., & Cooper, L. (2016). Best practices in online teaching in social work. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Cadet, T. (2016). Posttraumatic growth in African-American breast cancer survivors. Manuscript submitted for publication.

In Progress

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Cadet, T. Predictors of distress in rural cancer patients.

Moore, M. The spectrum of psychological responses to stress in cancer patients.

Davis, C., Cadet, T., & Moore, M. Psychosocial distress level changes in Australian cancer patients.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Cadet, T., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. A multilevel analysis of electronically-reported distress levels.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Cadet, T., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. self-reported distress and posttraumatic stress symptoms.

Moore, M., Davis, C., Harralson, T., & Dietzen, L. A multilevel analysis of electronically-reported distress levels.

Moore, M., Davis, C., & Rust, C. Factors of posttraumatic growth in African American breast cancer patients.

 


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