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Howard Pinderhughes, PhD

Title(s)Professor, Social Behavioral Sciences
SchoolSchool of Nursing
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    Title(s)Chair, Social and Behavioral Sciences

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    1. Hu H, Shear D, Thakkar R, Thompson-Lastad A, Pinderhughes H, Hecht FM, Lown EA. Acupressure and Therapeutic Touch in Childhood Cancer to Promote Subjective and Intersubjective Experiences of Well-being During Curative Treatment. Glob Adv Health Med. 2019; 8:2164956119880143. PMID: 31632842.
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    2. H. Pinderhughes. THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF GLOBAL HEALTH DISPARITIES IN AGING. Innovation in Aging. 2017 Jul 1; 1(suppl_1):922-922.
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    3. Rachel Davis, Howard Pinderhughes. 622 Exploring the impact of community-level trauma and implications for injury prevention. Injury Prevention. 2016 Sep 1; 22(Suppl 2):a223.
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    4. Linda MacIntyre, Ellen Schell, Howard Pinderhughes, Catherine M. Waters, Pierson Ntata, Jones Laviwa. Donors: Benefactors or Bullies?: NGO Perspectives in Malawi, Central Africa. The International Journal of Sustainability in Economic Social and Cultural Context. 2013 Jan 1; 8(3):39-56.
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    5. Macintyre LM, Rankin S, Pinderhughes H, Waters CM, Schell E, Fiedler R. Socially disempowered women as the key to addressing change in Malawi: how do they do it? Health Care Women Int. 2013; 34(2):103-21. PMID: 23311905.
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    6. Shade K, Kools S, Pinderhughes H, Weiss SJ. Adolescent fathers in the justice system: hoping for a boy and making him a man. Qual Health Res. 2013 Apr; 23(4):435-49. PMID: 23264534.
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    7. Shade K, Kools S, Pinderhughes H, Weiss SJ. Choosing fatherhood: how teens in the justice system embrace or reject a father identity. J Community Health Nurs. 2012; 29(2):91-105. PMID: 22536913.
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    8. Shade K, Kools S, Weiss SJ, Pinderhughes H. A conceptual model of incarcerated adolescent fatherhood: adolescent identity development and the concept of intersectionality. J Child Adolesc Psychiatr Nurs. 2011 May; 24(2):98-104. PMID: 21501286.
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    9. Naomi A. Schapiro, Howard L. Pinderhughes, Susan M. Kools. Phone Cards and Webcams: Latino Immigrant Youth and Transnational Parenting in the 21st Century. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2009 Feb 1; 44(2):s24.
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    10. Edleson JL, Daro D, Pinderhughes H. Finding a common agenda for preventing child maltreatment, youth violence, and domestic violence. J Interpers Violence. 2004 Mar; 19(3):279-81. PMID: 15005992.
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    11. Daro D, Edleson JL, Pinderhughes H. Finding common ground in the study of child maltreatment, youth violence, and adult domestic violence. J Interpers Violence. 2004 Mar; 19(3):282-98. PMID: 15005993.
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    12. Scherzer T, Pinderhughes HL. Violence and gender: reports from an urban high school. Violence Vict. 2002 Feb; 17(1):57-72. PMID: 11991157.
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