Pimlott Kubiak, S. & Rose, I. (2007). Trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder in inmates with histories of substance use. In D. Springer & A. Roberts (Eds.), Handbook of forensic mental health with victims and offenders: Assessment, treatment, and research (pp. 445-466). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Pimlott Kubiak, S., Sobeck, J., & Rose, I. (2005). �It�s not a gap, it�s a gulf�: An analysis of
barriers to integrated treatment for those with co-occurring disorders using Kingdon�s multiple streams theory. Best Practices in Mental Health: An International Journal, 1(2), 19-33.
McNutt, L.A., Carlson, B.E., Rose, I.M., & Robinson, D.(2002). Partner Violence Intervention in the Busy Primary Care Environment. American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 22(2), 84-91.
Carlson, B.E., McNutt, L.A., Choi, D., & Rose, I.M. (2002). Intimate partner abuse and mental health: The Role of Social Support and Other Protective Factors. Violence Against Women, 8(6), 720-745.
Rose, I.(2000). Homeless: Need for Shelter and Employment. In W.J. Reid, The Task Planner: An Intervention Resource for Human Service Professionals (pp. 166-168). New York: Columbia University Press.
Rose, I., & Jeremiah, D.(2000). Unemployment. In W.J. Reid, The Task Planner: An Intervention Resource for Human Development Professionals (pp. 257-259). New York: Columbia University Press.
Turner, C., & Frayne, S. (Eds.). (2004). Military sexual trauma: Independent study course. Birmingham, AL: Department of Veterans Affairs Employee Education System.
|Conferences & Workshops:
Refereed Paper Presentations
Nov. 2008 Rose, I. ICP: Experiential learning in collaboration and interdisciplinary evidence-based practice. Council on Social Work Education 54th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.
Oct. 2008 Rose, I., & Hanssen, D. Raise your hand if you are a feminist. New York State Social Work Education Association 41st Annual Conference. Saratoga Springs, NY.
Oct. 2006 Hanssen, D., & Rose, I. �Is there any feminism left in social work education?� Twenty-fourth Annual Baccalaureate Social Work Education Conference. Los Angeles, CA.
March 2005 Rose, I. �Welcoming our women veterans home: Gaining a working knowledge of their risks for physical and sexual victimization, related health risks, and the tools for sensitive screening and assessment.� National Association of Social Workers, New York State Chapter 2006 Power of Social Work Conference: �Professional Revitalization in a Climate of Change.� Albany, NY.
June 2002 Rose, I. �Intimate partner violence and sexual harassment in women veterans: Prevalence, provider inquiry, and associated health outcomes.� Health Issues of Military and Veteran Women Research Symposium, Arlington, VA.
Jan. 2002 Rose, I. �Intimate partner violence and sexual harassment in female veterans: Prevalence, provider inquiry and associated mental health outcomes.� Sixth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work Research. San Diego, CA.
Oct. 2001 McNutt, L.A., Carlson, B.E., & Rose, I. �Evaluation of intimate partner violence in a primary care setting.� American Public Health Association 129th Annual Meeting and Exposition. Atlanta, GA.
July 2001 Rose, I. �Physical and sexual abuse among women veterans: Prevalence and associated health outcomes.� The 7th International Family Violence Research Conference. Portsmouth, N.H.
June 2001 McNutt, L.A., Carlson, B.E., & Rose, I. �Evaluation of intimate partner violence intervention in primary care.� Congress of Epidemiology 2001. Toronto, Canada.
Oct. 2000 Carlson, B.E., McNutt, L.A., Choi, D., & Rose, I. �Intimate violence and mental health: The role of social support and other protective factors.� National Conference on Health Care and Domestic Violence, Family Violence Prevention Fund. San Francisco, CA.
Oct. 2000 McNutt, L.A., Carlson, B. E., & Rose, I. �Evaluation of an intimate partner violence screening protocol in a health maintenance organization primary care center.� National Conference on Health Care and Domestic Violence, Family Violence Prevention Fund. San Francisco, CA.
Sept. 2000 McNutt, L.A., Carlson, B.E., Rose, I. �Evaluation of a partner violence screening and intervention protocol in a health maintenance organization primary care center.� 6th International Conference on Family Violence. San Diego, CA.
Jan. 2000 Carlson, B., McNutt, L., Choi, D., & Rose, I. �Intimate partner abuse, diminished mental health and reduced social support�. Fourth Annual Conference of the Society for Social Work and Research, Charleston, SC.
Dec. 2007 Rose, I. �Genograms: What, why, and how.� Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Kingston, NY.
Oct. 2002 Rose, I. �Intimate partner violence and sexual harassment in women veterans: Prevalence, provider inquiry, and associated health outcomes.� VA Healthcare Network Upstate New York and the Women Veterans Health Care Council, Buffalo, NY.
Trustee: National Association of Social Workers, New York State Chapter (NASW-NYS) PACE (Political Action for Candidate Election), 2014-present.
Keynote Speaker: Take Back The Night, Marist College, 2015
Volunteer and Mediator: Mediation Center of Dutchess County, 2012-present
President: NASW-NYS 2010-2012
President Elect: NASW-NYS, 2009
Keynote Speaker: Marist College Resident Adviser Diversity Training. January 17, 2009.
Volunteer: Dutchess County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 2006 � Present.
Trustee: National Association of Social Workers, New York State Chapter (NASW-NYS) PACE (Political Action for Candidate Election), 2008.
Treasurer: NASW-NYS, 2004-2008.
Chair: Finance Committee, NASW-NYS, 2004 � 2008.
Member: Executive Committee, NASW-NYS, 2004 � 2008.
Member: Building Task Force, NASW-NYS, 2004 � 2006.
Member: Mid-Hudson Valley Division of the National Association of Social Workers, New York State, 2004- present
Peer Reviewer: Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Program of the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, summer 2005 and 2007.
Keynote Speaker: Take Back the Night, Center for Community Social Work, School of Social Work, Wayne State University, 2003.
Manuscript reviewer: Violence Against Women, 2002.
Member: Wayne County Council Against Family Violence.
Volunteer: Detroit Executive Service Corps.
Developer and Presenter: Application of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) guidelines. Workshops provided for interested WSU School of Social Work students and Marist College students.
Instructor: Law, Justice, and Order Alternatives to Violence, Schenectady, New York
Panelist: Homelessness among single adults: A multitude of faces, issues, and solutions. A public forum moderated by Robert Siegal, host of National Public Radio�s �All Things Considered� with featured speakers, Kim Hopper and Jim Baumohl. Forum broadcast by Central Virginia�s Public Radio, October 1992.
Invited Participant: Health and Human Services Federal Workshop for the development of NOFA Guidelines for Safe Havens.
Co-Chair: Greater Richmond Homeless Coalition.
United Way Agency Executive Directors Forum Representative, Greater Richmond�s United Way Human Services Planning Division.
Appointed to Mayor�s Commission on Zoning, Richmond VA.
Creative Conflict Resolution Training, Richmond Peace Education Center.
Creative Conflict Resolution Training provided for:
� University at Albany, SUNY, School of Social Welfare staff
� Daily Planet staff and consumers
� Virginia Commonwealth University MSW Association
� Medical College of Virginia, Perinatal Residential staff
� Freedom House staff