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Katherine L. Cauley Ph.D.

Current Position

         Director, Center for Healthy Communities

         Wright State University, Dayton Ohio

Program Director and Center Director, AHEC (Academic Health Education Center) School of Medicine, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

         Associate Professor, Department of Community Health

         Wright State University School of Medicine, Dayton, Ohio  

         Associate Professor, School of Professional Psychology

         Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

 

Education

         University of Maryland                         Ph.D.                    1985

         College Park, Maryland

         University of Cincinnati                        M.Ed.                   1978

         Cincinnati, Ohio

         DePauw University                             B.A.                     1974

         Greencastle, Indiana


Professional Experience

Academic Experience

Associate Professor, Department of Community Health                1995-present

Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Associate Professor, School of Professional Psychology                         1993-present

Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology               1989-1993

George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling               1990-1993

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland

Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychology and Education     1985-1989

Iona College, New Rochelle, New York

Lecturer, Department of Human Development, School of Education      1978-1982

University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

Faculty, Deer Park High School, Cincinnati, Ohio                         1974-1981

Bowie Junior and Senior High Schools, Prince George's County,

Maryland

Administrative/Clinical Experience

Director, Center for Healthy Communities                                  1995-Present

Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Deputy Director, Center for Healthy Communities                       1994-1995

Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio

Director, AIDS Policy Center                                                    1989-1993

George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

Acting Vice President for Student Affairs                                            1989

Iona College, New Rochelle, New York

Director, Psychological Services Center                                      1985-1989

Iona College, New Rochelle, New York

Director, Family Violence Prevention Project                              1983-1985

Centers for Community Mental Health, Fairfax County, Virginia

Director, Women's Legal Defense Fund                                     1976-1978Washington, D.C

 

International Consultation                                                      

US Department of State, USAID Democracy and                        1999-2002

Governance Program in South Africa (IA-PSPG-G8190275)

Strengthening Civic Society Program, Community Partnership Grantmaking

Professional Service

Community

Member, AIDS Foundation Miami Valley Board of Directors            2000-present

President, Adolescent Wellness Center Board of Directors            2000-2003

Member, Family and Children's First Council, Montgomery County  1997-present

Chair, Health Services Research Task Force of the                      1997-1999

         Ohio Council of Medical School Deans

Member, Adolescent Wellness Center Board of Directors             1996-present

Member, DAGMEC (Dayton Area Graduate Medical Education                1996-1998

         Council, Community Relations Committee

Co-Chair, MEDTAPP (Medicaid Technical Assistance and               1996-2001

Policy Program) Committee of the Ohio Board of Regents/

Ohio Department of Human Services

Member, Health Services Research Task Force of the                           1995-present

Ohio Council of Deans                                                  

Member, Reach Out Montgomery County Board of Directors                 1995-1999

Member, MEDTAPP Committee of the Ohio Board of Regents/     1995-2001

         Ohio Department of Human Services

Member, Ohio Dept. of Health, Five Point Plan Committee           1995-1997

Member, Poverty Reduction Task Force, City of Dayton               1995-2001

Member, Montgomery County Joint Advisory Committee of the    1995-2001

         Medicaid Managed Care Oversight Committee,

         Ohio Department of Human Services

Vice Chair, Miami Valley AIDS Partnership, Dayton, Ohio               1993-1996

Director, Christian Education Program, St. Marks Episcopal Church 1990-1993

         Washington, D.C.

Chair, Westchester County College Counseling Center Directors,   1986-1989

         Westchester County, New York

Chair, New York City AIDS Education Task Force                        1987-1988

 


Academy

Co-Chair, NCA Self Study and Accreditation Process, Criterion V,   2004-present

Wright State University                                                         

Member, Deans Evaluation Team, School of Medicine                           2004

Member, Electives Review Team, School of Medicine                 2003

Member, Curricular Review Team, School of Medicine                           2003

Co-Chair, LCME Governance Committee                                     2000-2001

Member, Assistant Director Research and Sponsored Programs     1999

         Search Committee                                                       

Member, Boonshoft HSM Search Committee, School of Medicine  1999

Member, Dean's Search Committee, School of Medicine              1998

Member, AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges)           1997

Site Visit Team, Community Service Award             

Member, Faculty, School of Professional Psychology                    1997

Search Committee,                                             

Member, NCA Site Visit Team, School of Medicine                      1996

Member, School of Medicine Retreat Planning Team                   1996

Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Professional Psychology 1995-1998

Member, School of Medicine Selectives Sub-committee               1996-1997

Member, University Faculty Affairs Committee                            1994-1996

Member, Servant Leadership Advisory Committee                       1994-1997

Grant Reviewer

Medicaid Technical Assistance and Policy Program (MEDTAPP)      1995-present

Committee, Ohio Department of Human Services

 

Manuscript/Book Reviewer

Best Practices in Community Oriented Health Professions Education       2001

Professional Psychology: Research and Practice                                   1996-present

Teaching

Multiprofessional Courses in Health Professions Education

Wright State University, Sinclair Community College, United Theological Seminary

Course Director, School of Medicine Year 4 Rotation, Community Medicine

Course Co-Director, Emerge: Training Physicians to Serve Communities

Course Co-Director, Introduction to Multiprofessional Team Practice in the Delivery of Community Based Primary Health Care

Course Director, Issues in Multiprofessional Health Care, I, II, and III

Course Co-Director, Ethics in an Interprofessional Context

Course Director, Clinical Intervention with AIDS Patients and Their Families

Team Member, Societal and Ethical Issues in Medicine

Team Member, Introduction to Clinical Medicine

Team Member, Health Promotion, Disease Prevention

Courses Taught in Psychology and Education

Wright State University, George Washington University, Johns Hopkins University Iona College, and the University of Maryland

Adolescent Psychology

Advanced Techniques in Counseling

Behavioral Interventions I

Counseling Families with AIDS

Counseling Theories and Techniques

Early Childhood Development

Field Experience in Education

Foundations in Education

Group Therapy Techniques

Human Development Over the Lifespan

Introduction to Psychology

Mental Health and AIDS

Personality Development

Practice Tutorial in Psychology

Professional Development in Psychology

Psychological Testing

Psychology of Alcohol and Drug Habituation and Addiction

Psychology of Women

Self Assessment and Career Development

Sex Roles in Our Changing Society

The Individual and Societal and Cultural Institutions

 

Guest Lecturer

Ambulatory Pediatrics Clerkship

Behavioral Health, Theory and Practice

Global Health

Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency Behavioral Health Lecture Series

Public Health Issues and Practice

Role of the Nurse in the Schools

Societal and Ethical Issues in Medicine

 

Printed Scholarship

Books

Grayson, P., & Cauley, K. (Eds.). 1989. College Psychotherapy. New York:

Guilford Press. (R)

Articles and Chapters

Talen, M., Fraser, S., & Cauley, K. (2002). From Soup to Nuts: Integrating Clinical Psychology Training into Primary Care Settings. Families, Systems and Health, Vol. 4. (R) 

Cauley, K, Canfield, C., Clasen, C., Dobbins, J., Hemphill, S., Jaballas, E., & Walbroehl, G. (2001). Service Learning: Integrating Student Learning and Community Service. Education for Health, Vol. 14, No. 2, pgs. 173-181. (R)

Cauley, K., (2000). Principle 1: Partners Have Agreed-upon Mission, Values,Goals and Measurable Outcomes for the Partnership. In Connors, K., & Seifer, S., (Eds). Partnership Perspectives, Issue II, Volume I, San Francisco, California: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.        
(invited)
Canfield, A., Clasen, C., Dobbins, J., Cauley, K, Hemphill, S., Rodney, M., &

Walbroehl, G. (2000). Service-Learning in Health Professions Education: A Multiprofessional Example. Academic Exchange, Vol. 4, pgs 102-108. (R)

Lemkau, J., Ahmed, S., & Cauley, K. (2000). The History of Health in Dayton: A

Community-Academic Partnership. American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 90, pgs 1216-1217. (R)

Maurana, C., & Cauley, K. (2000). Development of a Multiprofessional

Educational Initiative in a the Health Professions: Process and Outcomes. National Academies of Practice Forum, Vol. 1, pgs. 263-269. (R)

Cauley, K. (2000). Integrating Student Learning Objectives with Community

Service Objectives through Service Learning in Health Professions Schools Curricula. Community Campus Partnerships for Health National Conference, Pre-conference Publication. (Invited)

Cauley, K., Jaballas, E., & Holton, B. (2000). Medical students go back  

to kindergarten: Service learning and medical education in the public

schools. In Concepts and Models for Service Learning in Medical

Education. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education. (R)

Cauley, K., (1998). Progress and Prospects: Partnership Between Communities

and Post Secondary Institutions. National Committee on Partnerships for Children's Health National Conference, Pre-conference Publication. (Invited)

Cauley, K. (1997). Breaking out and branching into successful integrated

         collaboration: What does it mean to think psychologically? National

         Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, Pre-

         Conference Publication, pgs. 11-19. (Invited)

Cauley, K., (1997). In Seifer, S., & Connors, K. (Eds.). Multi-institutional

         programs in Community-Campus Partnerships for Health: A Guide for

         Developing Community Responsive Models in Health Professions

         Education. California: UCSF Center for Health Professions, pgs. 129-130.

         (R)

Jackson, L., Cauley, K., & Swonigan, T. (1997). Impact of multiprofessional

         intervention strategies in underserved communities. In Alvarez, J.,

         Christensen, M., & Saafir, R. (Eds.). Cultural Impact: Promoting Health

         Families and Community Support Systems. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago

         School of Professional Psychology. (R)

Miles-Curry, D., Hickok, K., & Cauley, K., (1997). Nursing clinical education in an

         urban public school. In Norbeck, J., Connolly, C., & Koerner, J. (Eds.).

         Caring and Community: Concepts and Models for Service Learning in

         Nursing. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education,

         pgs. 99-110. (R)

Cauley, K., Maurana, C., & Clark, M. (1995). Service learning for health

         professions students in the community: Matching enthusiasm, talent, and

         time with experience, real need and schedules. In Raybuck J. (Ed.).

         Expanding Boundaries in Service and Learning. Washington, D.C.:

         Cooperative Education Association, pgs. 54-57. (R)

Vetter, D., & Cauley, K. (1994). Partners in the Process: Community Academic

         Collaboration. Proceedings Notebook, National Council of University

         Research Administrators Region IV Spring Conference. (N)

Bowleg, L & Cauley, K. (Eds.). (1992). A Policymaker's Guide to AIDS. Washington, D.C.: George Washington University. (N)

Cauley, K. (Ed.). (1990). A Summary of HIV/AIDS Legislation from the 1989 Legislative Sessions. Washington, D.C.: George Washington University. (N)

Cauley, K., & Tyler, B. (1989). The relationship between self concept and

       prosocial behavior in children. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, Vol. 4,

       pgs. 51-60. (R)

Other Publications

Cauley, K. (1995-Present). (Ed. and Principal Writer). Healthy Tomorrows

         Newsletter. Dayton, Ohio: Center for Healthy Communities, Wright State 

            University. (N)

Cauley, K. (1996). Testimony Before the Montgomery County Human Service

        Levy Joint Hearing: Access to Primary Care Service Delivery. Dayton,

         Ohio. (N)

Cauley, K. (1990). Testimony Before the National Commission on AIDS: State

       Legislation Related to Testing. Washington, D.C.: George Washington

       University. (N)

Cauley, K. (Ed. and Principal Writer). (1989-1993). Intergovernmental AIDS

       Reports Newsletter. George Washington University, Washington, D.C. (N)

 

Grants and Contracts, selected

Generated for the Center for Healthy Communities at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio

Principal Investigator, "HealthLink Miami Valley," U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Services and Resources Administration, Community Access Program Initiative

2001-2003--$1, 600,000.00

Principle Investigator, "Kinship Navigator Program", Montgomery County Children's Services Board

2001-2003--$300,000.00

Co-Principle Investigator, "Region IV Ryan White Consortium Evaluation", Ohio Department of Health

2000-2003--$15,000.00

Co-Principle Investigator, "Comprehensive Needs Analysis", Ohio Department of Mental Health

2000-2002--$78,000.00

Co-Principle Investigator, "PRIME Curriculum", American Medical Students Foundation2000-2001--$12,000.00

Co-Principle Investigator, "Ohio Statewide Medicaid Outreach Evaluation", Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

1999-2001--$160,000.00

Principle Investigator, "Senior Community Services Block Grant Demonstration", Ohio Department of Aging

1999-2001--$64,000.00

Principle Investigator, "Partnership for Youth Project", AIDS Foundation Miami Valley

1999-2001--$15,000.00

Principle Investigator, "Medicaid Outreach Collaboration", Ohio Department of Human Services

1998-2003--$1,200,000.00

Contributing Author and Co-Director, "Alliance for Researchers in Community Health (ARCH)," United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Research and Services Administration, Bureau of Health Professions, Research Establishment Program

1997-2003--$825,000.00

Principal Investigator, "Women's Health Month Program", Ohio Department of Health

1997-2002--$85,000.00

Principle Investigator, Lead Hazard Reduction Program through the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development

1997-2000--$180,000.00

Principal Investigator, "The Grandparents/Grandchildren Initiative," United States Department of Health and Human Services, Health Research and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Community Integrated Services Systems Program

1997-2000--$200,000.00

Principal Investigator, "Regional Service Learning Collaborative Program," Ohio Governor's Community Service Council

1997-1999--$16,500.00

Principal Investigator, "A Healthy Child Is a Better Learner," and "Health Professionals Learning and Serving Across Ohio," and "Midwest Health Professions Service Learning Consortium", Corporation for National Service, 1994-2003--$2,200,000.00

Principal Investigator, "A Healthier Child Is a Better Learner," United States Department of Education, Urban Community Services Program

1994-2000--$1,200,000.00

Generated for the AIDS Policy Center at George Washington University

In Washington, D.C.

Principal Investigator, American Foundation for AIDS Research

1987-89--$600,000.00

Principal Investigator, Burroughs Welcomme Pharmaceuticals

1988--$200,000.00

Principal Investigator, Ford Foundation

1986-1990--$437,000.00

Principal Investigator, George Gund Foundation

1987--$60,000.00

Principal Investigator, Hoffman LaRoche Pharmaceuticals

1989--$50,000.00

Principal Investigator, National AIDS Information Clearinghouse

1985-1988--$75,000.00

Principal Investigator, National AIDS Program Office

1988-1990--$83,000.00

Principal Investigator, Pfiser Pharmaceuticals

1987--$50,000.00

Principal Investigator, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

1986-1989--$311,000.00

International/National/State Presentations, selected

Building Relationships to Support Medical Education on Global Health, International Medicine Health Education Consortium, 2003, New York City.

Increasing Utilization and Coordination of Health Care Services Through Integrated data Systems, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 2002, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Community Service Learning: A Teaching Methodology to Strengthen Community Academic Partnerships to Promote Health, Annual Network Conference, 2002, Eldoret, Kenya.

Building Healthier Communities Through Diverse Partnerships, ASTDHPPE/CDC Conference, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Medicaid Outreach Evaluation: An Annotated Bibliography of Traditional and Internet Resources. Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association, 2000, Waikiki, Hawaii.

A Pilot Study of the Effectiveness of Learning Pediatric Medicine in the Community. Pediatric Academic Societies and the American Academy of Pediatrics Joint Meeting, 2000, Boston, Massachusetts.

A County Level Study of an Expanded Medicaid Outreach Program: Significance of a Community Health Worker. Association for Health Services Research Annual Meeting, 2000, Los Angeles, California.

Research Outcomes in Community Partnerships. Central Group on Educational Affairs Annual Spring Meeting, 2000, Rockford, Illinois.

Tools for Service Learning. CCPH Introductory Service Learning Institute, 2000, Leavenworth, Washington.

The Time Has Come: Integrating Service-Learning into Health Professions Curriculum. Fourth Annual Community-Campus Partnerships for Health National Conference, 2000, Washington, D.C.

Introducing Medical Students to the Community: Results of Five Years of Service-Learning. Generalists in Medical Education Annual Meeting, 2000, Chicago, Illinois.

Enhancing Community-Based Medical Education: Integrating Service and Learning. Generalists in Medical Education Annual Meeting, 2000, Chicago, Illinois.

Medicaid Expansion: Outreach Evaluation. MEDTAPP Presentation, 2000, Columbus, Ohio.

Multi-Professional Health Care in Action: Comprehensive Cost Effective Care, 15th Annual Ohio Coalition for Adult Protective Services, 2000, Columbus, Ohio.

Mental Health Policy Workshop: Federal Policy Development. Xavier University Psy.D. Program Policy Workshop, 2000, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Better Integration of Student Learning Objectives with Community Service Objectives: The Service Learning Protocol for Health Professions Schools. 1999 Primary Care Leadership Training Program, American Medical Students Association, 1999, Columbus, Ohio.

A Formula that Works: Taking Health Assessment into the Community. 14th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control, 1999, Dallas, Texas.

Educational Models for Integrating the Health Science Disciplines. 1999 Spring Meeting of the Central Group on Educational Affairs, 1999, Kansas City, Missouri.

Integrating Student Learning Objectives with Community Service Objectives: The Service Learning Protocol for Health Professions Schools. Colorado AHEC State Conference, 1999, Vail, Colorado.

AHEC and Service Learning: A Natural Fit. Ohio Statewide AHEC Annual Meting, 1999, Cambridge, Ohio.

Service Learning and Curriculum Development. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health 1999 Faculty Summer Service-Learning Institute, 1999, Seattle, Washington.

Interdisciplinary Team Practice: Preparing Health Professions Students for the 21st Century. 21st Interdisciplinary Health Care Team Conference, 1999, Louisville, Kentucky.

Community Based Clinical Practice Sites. Ohio Academy of Family Physicians 11th Annual Faculty Development Workshop, 1999, Fairborn, Ohio.

America's Needs: Case Studies in Community Service, Focus Group Session American Association of Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana. This is an invited presentation.

Culturally Competent Primary Health for the Urban Poor and Underserved, Continuing Education Workshop, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, 1998, Washington, D.C.

Preparing Health Care Providers of the 21st Century for Collaboration, and Multiprofessional, Community Based Practice. Primary Care Education for the 21st Century: Lessons from National Initiatives, 1998, Baltimore, Maryland.

Integration of Health Professions Student Education Objectives with Community Identified Service Objectives: The Service Learning Protocol for Health Professions Schools. Community Campus Partnerships for Health Annual Meeting, 1998, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Integrating Student Learning Objectives with Community Service Objectives: The Service Learning Protocol for Health Professions Schools. Generalists in Medical Education Annual Meeting, 1998, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Strengthening Civic Society in South Africa: Lessons from Community Partnership Grant Programs in the U.S. Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, 1998, Fort Worth, Texas.

Enhancing the Learning Environment: Learning the Language of Experiential Education. Ohio Campus Compact Regional Conference, 1997, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio.

Multiple Roles, Multiple Settings: Effective Interventions in the Age of AIDS. National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, 1997, San Antonio, Texas.

Community Based Clinical Training: Medical Education in the Public Schools.
American Association of Medical Colleges, 1996, San Francisco, California.

Clinical Medical Education in Public Elementary Schools.
Society for Teachers of Family Medicine, 1996, Washington, D.C.

Impact of Multicultural Intervention Strategies on Underserved Communities.
Chicago School of Professional Psychology Cultural Impact Conference, 1996, Chicago, Illinois.

Faculty Recruitment and Learning Objectives.
Health Professions Schools in Service to the Nation Annual Conference, 1996, Boston, Massachusetts.

From Illness to Wellness and an Introduction to Multiprofessional Health Care Service Delivery: Several Paradigm Shifts in an Urban Community Health Center.
Health of the Public Annual Meeting, 1996, Boston, Massachusetts


Building a Multiprofessional Community-Based Health Professions Education Curriculum. Health of the Public Annual Meeting, 1996, Boston, Massachusetts.

Psychologists as Primary Care Providers. National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, 1996, St. Petersburg, Florida.


Curriculum for Multidisciplinary Professional Collaboration. National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, 1996, St. Petersburg, Florida.

Promoting Primary Health Care Delivery Through Multiprofessional Education. American Public Health Association, 1995, San Diego, California.

Developing Public Health Professionals: Model Programs and Lessons Learned. American Public Health Association, 1995, San Diego, California.

Health Professions Education: Multiprofessional and Community Based. American Public Health Association National Conference, 1995, San Diego, California.

From Illness to Wellness: Health Promotion in the Community Health Center. American Public Health Association National Conference, 1995, San Diego, California.

Stress and Conflict Management. Sixth Annual Business and Educational Conference, American Association of Code Enforcement, 1995, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Partnerships for Improved Primary Health Care Delivery. American Public Health Association National Conference, 1994, Washington, D.C.

Multiprofessional Curriculum Development: Pre-Clinical and Clinical Training for Health Professions Students. Health of the Public Annual Meeting, 1994, Chicago, Illinois.

AIDS Policy Review: The First Decade. Training for the Massachusetts State Joint Legislative Health Committee, 1991, Boston, Massachusetts.

State AIDS Legislative and Policy Trends as They Relate to Children: 1983-1990. Sixth Annual International Pediatric AIDS Conference, 1991, Washington, D.C.

AIDS Dementia in the Parent of an HIV Positive Child and Its Impact on the Child's Medical Care and Management. Sixth Annual International Pediatric AIDS Conference, 1991, Washington, D.C.

State AIDS Legislative and Policy Trends: 1983-1989. Sixth Annual International Conference on AIDS, 1990, San Francisco, California.


University Student Retention and Success. International Conference on Student Success, 1988, Columbia, South Carolina.


Treatment Interventions for Violent Families. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Annual Conference, 1986, Orlando, Florida.

The Importance of a Child's Developing Self Concept and Its Impact on Prosocial Behavior and Learning. Keynote address, Westchester County PTA Annual Meeting, 1986, New York
 

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