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Trevor R. Hadley

Professor of Psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
University of Pennsylvania
Center For Mental Health Policy &
Services Research
Department of Psychiatry
3535 Market Street, Room 3012
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-662-2886
Fax: 215-349-8715
Education:

Oberlin College, 1966.
B.A.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1968.
M.S.
University of Pittsburgh, 1971.
Ph.D. (Psychology)
University of Pittsburgh, 1973.
Post-Graduate Training
Clinical Psychology Intern College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute, 1971-1972.
Seminar on Mental Health Administration, Laboratory of Community Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard University , 1973-1974.
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Description of Research Expertise

Mental Health Services Research
Disparities of care
Health information techology for behavioral health
Social context of serious mental illness

Description of Other Expertise

Mental Health Policy and Services

Selected Publications

Cannon, T. D., Bearden, C. E., Sanchez, L.E., Niendam, T.A., Rosso, I.M., Hadley, T.R. : A Prospective Study of Childhood Neurocognitive Functioning in Schizophrenic patients and their Siblings. American Journal of Psychiatry 2003 Notes: In Press.

Mandell, D.S., Guevara, J.P., Rostain, A.L., Hadley, T.R. : Medical Expenditures Among Children With Psychiatric Disorders in a Medicaid Population. Psychiatric Sertices 54(4): 465-467, 2003.

Blank M, Mandell D.S., Aiken L. & Hadley T.R. : The Co-occurrence of HIV/AIDS and Serious Mental Illness Among Medicaid Recipients. Psychiatric Services 53 (7): 868-73, July 2002.

Culhane, DP, Metraux, S & Hadley, TR : The impact of supportive housing on the utilization of the public health, corrections and emergency shelter systems: The New York/New York Initiative. Housing Policy Debate 13 (1): 107-163, 2002.

Blank, M.B., Metraux, S., Feinberg, M., Brady, K., Mandell, D., Aiken, L., and Hadley, T. : Combining Claims and Surveillance Data: Improvement in estimation of HIV prevalence among persons with SMI. Center for Mental Heath Policy and Services Research, University of Pennsylvania 2002 Notes: Working paper #0102.

Draine, J., Salzer, M., Culhane, D., & Hadley, T.: Poverty, social problems, and serious mental illness (Letter). Psychiatric Services 53: 899, 2002.

Draine, J., Salzer MS, Culhane DP & Hadley TR : Putting social problems among persons with mental illness in perspective: Crime, unemployment and homelessness. Psychiatric Services 53 (5): 565-572, 2002.

Salzer, M.S., Blank, M., Rothbard, A., & Hadley, T. : Adult Mental Health Services in the 21st Century. Mental Health. R.W. Manderscheid & M.J. Henderson (eds.). Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office, Page: 99-112, 2001.

Hadley, T. & Kuno, E.: Development of Monitoring Systems for Mental Health Care: United States Experience. Monitoring of the Mental Health Welfare System: Capturing the Transitional Period. Takehiko Kikkawa and Tadashi Takeshima (eds.). Tokyo,Chuohoki Pub. 2001 Notes: (In Japanese).

Salzer, M.S., Kamis-Gould, E., & Hadley, T. : Current research on mental health systems integration: Implications and future directions. The integrated behavioral health continuum: Models and processes of service delivery. L.J. Kiser, P.M. Lefkowitz, & L.L. Kennedy (eds.). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc. Page: 235-256, 2001.

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