Emily Dworkin, PhD

Personal Statement

Dr. Dworkin’s research explores how the social, community, and cultural contexts in which trauma survivors recover affect their well-being, and seeks to identify strategies to intervene in these contexts to reduce psychopathology following trauma.

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Factors Affecting Telemedicine Implementation in Emergency Departments and Nurses' Perceptions of Virtual Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Consultation for Sexual Assault Survivors.
(2023 Jan-Mar 01)
J Forensic Nurs 19(1): 41-49
Allison MK, Curran GM, Walsh WA, Dworkin ER, Zielinski MJ

Increased Risk for Sexual Violence Victimization on Drinking Days Involving Pregaming.
J Aggress Maltreat Trauma 31(9): 1224-1240
Pedersen ER, Davis JP, Setodji C, Dworkin ER, Leamon I, Hummer JF, Zutshi R, Clapp JD

A pilot study on the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of a brief text message intervention for co-occurring alcohol misuse and PTSD symptoms in a community sample.
(2022 Oct)
J Anxiety Disord 91(): 102615
Bedard-Gilligan MA, Dworkin ER, Kaysen D, Ojalehto HJ, Stappenbeck CA, Lindgren KP

Supporter-focused early intervention for recent sexual assault survivors: Study protocol for a pilot randomized clinical trial.
(2022 Aug)
Contemp Clin Trials 119(): 106848
Dworkin ER, Ruzek JI, Cordova MJ, Fitzpatrick S, Merchant L, Stewart T, Santos JP, Mohr J, Bedard-Gilligan M

Correction to: Social cognitive mechanisms in healthcare worker resilience across time during the pandemic.
(2022 Jul)
Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 57(7): 1469
Smith AJ, Shoji K, Griffin BJ, Sippel LM, Dworkin ER, Wright HM, Morrow E, Locke A, Love TM, Harris JI, Kaniasty K, Langenecker SA, Benight CC

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