Sarah M. De Snyder

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This paper describes a retrospective, practice-based research study of social work interventions with liver transplant candidates and recipients. This study is based on a retrospective chart review conducted to examine psychosocial risk factors, interventions and medical outcomes. Psychosocial interventions provided to patients and families before and after(More)
Despite the benefits of positive airway pressure (PAP) treatment, rates of adherence to treatment are suboptimal. This proof-of-concept study assessed the feasibility, acceptability, and clinical significance of an adaptive treatment strategy to improve adherence to PAP. All participants first completed a brief educational intervention. Those who did not(More)
The young adult chronic patient is one of the most rapidly growing populations of psychiatric patients in the United States. These patients often lack internal controls, exhibit suicidal or assaultive behavior, or suffer from substance abuse, and they frequently require inpatient care. This paper describes a comprehensive inpatient program for this(More)
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