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PUBLICATIONS

 

A. Original, peer reviewed, articles and book chapters

*Madrid, P.A. (2003). Cambio de códigobilingüecomomediador en el procesamiento de memoriastraumáticas. Revista de PsicotraumaparaIberoamérica, 2 (2): 36-51

*Madrid, P. A. (2005). Understanding and encouraging bereaved young adults. Families of September 11. 7: 4.Hoffman, Y., Everly, G, S., Werner, D, Livet, M., Madrid, P., Pfefferbaum, B & Beaton, R. (2005).Identification and evaluation of mental health and psychosocial preparedness resources from the centers for Public Health Preparedness. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 11(6 Suppl):S138-S142.


*Madrid, P. A. (2005). Understanding and encouraging bereaved young adults. Families of September 11. 7: 4.DiMaggio, C., Galea, S., & Madrid, P. A. (2006).Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor prescriptions following a terrorist attack. Psychiatric Services, 57:1656-1657.

*Madrid, P. A. & Grant, R. (2006). Innovative Community-Based Support Group Post 9/11: The Starbucks Group. Families of September 11. 9, 4.

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Reilly, M., Redlener, N. (2006). Challenges in meeting immediate emotional needs: short-term impact of  a  major  disaster  on  children’s  mental   health: Building resiliency in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. Pediatrics, 117: 448-453.

*Madrid, P.A, Schacher, S. (2006). A critical concern: Pediatrician self-care after disasters. Pediatrics, 117: 454-457.

Garrett, A. L., Grant, R., Madrid, P. A., Brito, A., Abramson, D., Redlener, I. (2007). Children and Megadisasters- Lessons  learned  in  the  new  millennium,”  Advances in Pediatrics, 54, 189-214.

DiMaggio, C., Galea, S., & Madrid, P. A. (2007). Population psychiatric medication prescription rates following a terrorist attack. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22, 6, 479-.485.

*Madrid, P. A. & Grant, R. (2008). Meeting mental health needs following a natural disaster: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 39, 1, 86-92.

*Madrid, P. A., Garfield, R., Jabery, P., Daly, M., Richard, G., Grant, R. (2008) Mental Health Services in Louisiana: School-Based Health Centers Post-Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 39, 1, 45-51.

*Madrid, P. A., Sinclair, H., Bankston, T., Overholt, S. Brito, A., Domnitz, R., Grant, R. (2008). Building Integrated Mental Health and Medical Programs for Vulnerable Populations Post-Disaster: Connecting Children and Families to a Medical Home. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 23, 4, 314-321.

DiMaggio, C., Madrid, P. A., Galea, S., & Loo, G. (2008). The mental health consequences of terrorism: implications for emergency medicine practitioners. Journal of Emergency Med, 35, 2, 139-47.

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Rosen, R. (2009). Creating Disability through Inadequate Disaster Response: Hurricane Katrina and its Aftermath. (pp 1- 16). (Book Chapter). In “Disability:  Insights  from  Across  Fields  and Around the World,  Volumes  I,  II,  and  III.” Edited by Catherine A. Marshall, Elizabeth Kendall, Martha E. Banks &Reva Mariah S. Gover. Westport, CT, Praeger Publishers.

DiMaggio, C., Madrid, P. A. (2009). The Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York City. (pp 522-537). (Book Chapter). In  “Mental  Health  and  Disasters.”  Edited  by   Yuval Neria, SandroGalea, & Fran Norris. New York, Cambridge University Press.

Madrid, P. A. (2011). Resilience Challenged: Thoughts on children and family mental health in the gulf coast five years after Hurricane Katrina. Pediatrics, 128, 1, pp S26-S27.


Abstracts

Markenson, D., Madrid, P. A., Redlener, I. (2005). Helping children in disasters through alleviating their  parents’  anxiety:    Psychosocial  group  interventions  post-disaster. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Journal, 20 (Supp 2): s33.

Markenson, D., Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Redlener, I. (2005). An emotional preparedness and resilience curriculum for high risk fourth grade children: An essential aspect of comprehensive disaster preparedness. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Journal, 20 (Supp2): s21.

Madrid, P. A., Grant, R., Domnitz, R., Redlener, I. (2007). Establishing Permanent Mental Health Programs Post-Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Practice in Underserved Communities Impacted by Mass Trauma. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s141.

Redlener, I., Brito, A., Shapiro, A., Garfield, R.M., Madrid, P. A., Abramson, D.M.. (2007). Combined clinical and public health response in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina: Operation Assist and utilization of mobile medical units. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s128.

Abramson, D.M., Garfield, R.M., Madrid, P. A., Redlener, I. (2007). Assessing mental health disability and its psychosocial correlates in a cohort of displaced and residents from the hurricane Katrina-affected gulf coast. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s141.

iMaggio, C. D., Galea, S., Madrid, P. A. (2007). Population selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor prescription rates following a terrorist attack. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s142.

Fuller, E. J., Madrid, P. A. (2007). Living in  “temporary” housing  two  years  after  the   hurricane: The mental health implications if long-term residence in FEMA trailer camps. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s144.

Madrid, P. A., Garfield, R., Grant, M.A., Redlener, I. (2007). Ongoing impact of hurricane Katrina on children: Role of school-based health centers. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 22 (Supp 2): s144.



Selected Professional Presentations


Bankston, T., Domnitz, R., Madrid, P.A., Miller, M. (2011).Reflecting Across a Decade of World Disaster Challenges and Opportunities to Support resiliency. American Group Psychotherapy Association: Group as a Source of Resiliency and Change, New York, NY. [Workshop].


Madrid, P.A. (2010). Resiliency Building: What Mentoring Programs and Staff Can and Should do! The Eastern Pennsylvania Mentoring Partnership Conference: The Business of Mentoring: Reading, Pennsylvania. [Invited Presentation]


Madrid, P. A. (2010) Keynote Talk entitled: Lessons Learned from the field: Culturally relevant work with disaster-related trauma. Shifting Paradigms: Cultural narratives of trauma as a foundation for quality care: Farleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, New Jersey.


*Madrid, P. A. (2009). Post-Hurricane Katrina: Lessons Learned and Recommendations for Disaster Intervention. Annual Diversity Conference, Diversity and Diagnosis: Reflections on posttraumatic stress disorder. The Graduate Institute of Professional Psychology of the University of Hartford. Hartford, CT. [Invited Presentation]


*Madrid, P. A. (2009). Keynote Speaker Annual New York State School Social Workers Association. School Social Workers: Expanding the Tools of Our Profession, Ellenville, NY.


*Madrid, P. A. (2009). Innovations in Early Intervention: Assisting Children. Institute for Disaster Mental Health. 6th Annual Conference. In the Wake of Disaster: Effective Mental Health Interventions. New Paltz, New York [Invited Panel Speaker].


*Madrid, P. A. (2009). Psychological first aid with children. Institute for Disaster Mental Health. 6th Annual Conference. In the Wake of Disaster: Effective Mental Health Interventions. New Paltz, New York [Workshop].


*Madrid, P. A. (2008). Using a socio-ecological model to describe the long-term mental health consequences of disaster in the United States. Public Health without Borders: 136th Annual Meeting and Expo American Public Health Association. San Diego, CA. [Oral]


*Madrid, P. A., Domnitz, R., Hurowitz, K., Grant, R. (2007). Coping Boxes (TM): An innovative way to build child resilience in the wake of disasters. 2007 Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools National Conference. Washington, DC [Invited Panel Speaker].


*Madrid, P. A., Domnitz, R., Hurowitz, K., Grant, R. (2007). Coping Boxes (TM): An innovative way to build child resilience in the wake of disasters. 135th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public Health Association. Washington, DC [Oral].


Grant, R., Madrid, P. A., Seim, L. (2007). Operation Assist: Lessons learned from relief efforts following hurricane Katrina. 2007 National School-Based Health Care Convention. Washington, DC [Workshop].


*Madrid, P. A. (2007). Promoting Resiliency in Children. Institute for Disaster Mental Health: Our Community Prepares. New Paltz, NY [Invited Presentation].


*Madrid, P. A., Grant, R., Domnitz, R. (2007). Mental health needs of children following hurricane Katrina: The role of school-based health centers. Pediatrics Academic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, CA. [Poster].


*Madrid, P. A., Hoffer-Adou, M. Domnitz, R. (2007) Understanding and treating oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) and conduct disorder (CD) in children. The Louisiana Assembly on School- Based Health Care. Baton Rouge, LA. [Oral].


*Madrid, P.A., Hoffer-Adou, M, Schacher, S., Grant, R. (2007). Children and disaster preparedness: resilience building in high risk children. 10th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences. Las Vegas, LV [Oral].


*Madrid, P. A. (2006). Disaster mental health in the wake of hurricane Katrina.Twenty-second Annual Rosalyn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy. Atlanta, GA [Invited Presentation].


Madrid, P. A. (2006). Integrating school based health centers into emergency preparedness planning: Lessons from hurricane Katrina. 134th Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public Health Association. Boston, MA [Oral].


Reilly, M., Thomas, G., Madrid, P.A. (2006). Methods for tracking and the identifying displaced persons and evacuees in a post-disaster environment. Asia Pacific Conference on Disaster Medicine. Tokyo, Japan [Oral].


*Madrid, P. A. (2006). Understanding mental health in children and families post Hurricane Katrina. Regional Medical Team Meeting: Louisiana Office of Public Health. Baton Rouge, Louisiana. [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P. A. (2006). Understanding compassion fatigue. 33rd Annual Regional Perinatal Symposium. Syracuse, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P. A. (2006). Creating vital connections as we approach the future: Five years beyond 9/11. New York, NY. [Invited Panel Speaker].


*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Seim, L., Thomas, G., Redlener, I., (2006). Meeting the needs of children in the aftermath of hurricane Katrina. American Psychological Association Convention 2006. New Orleans, LA [Oral].


*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Seim, L., Thomas, G., Redlener, I., (2006). The role of school-based health centers in meeting children's needs following hurricane Katrina. Presented at the Academy Health 2006 Annual Research Meeting. Seattle, WA [Poster].


*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Seim, L., Thomas, G., Daly, M. (2006). Emergency care following hurricane Katrina: The role of school-based health care centers. Presented at the 2006 Pediatric Academic  Societies’  Annual  Meeting. San Francisco, CA [Poster].


*Madrid, P.A., (2006). Dealing with the aftermath of trauma in young children. The 4th Annual Early Childhood Conference: Effective Relationship-Based Practices in Promoting Positive Child Outcomes. New York, NY [Invited Presentation].


*Madrid, P.A., (2006). Trauma and recovery in children. Institute for Disaster Mental Health: Treatment Innovations for Disaster/Trauma Survivors. New Paltz, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Hoffer-Adou, M., Schacher, S., (2006). Children and disaster preparedness: Resilience building in high risk children. Resilience in Children Conference. Arlington, VA [Poster].

*Madrid, P. A., Grant, R., Redlener, I., Hoffer-Adou, M. A model of family resilience building as a key in community disaster planning.Eastern Psychological Association Annual Conference. Baltimore, MD [Poster].

*Madrid, P.A., (2005). Identifying and treating mental health illness in the Hispanic community. A Healthy Life Begins with a Healthy Mind: A mental health forum for Women of Color, their families, and the organizations that serve them. Lincoln Medical & Mental Health Center, New York, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Redlener, I., Berman, D. (2005). A model of family resilience building to promote community disaster planning.133rd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA [Roundtable Presentation].

Grant, R., Redlener, I., Markenson, D., Berman, D., Madrid, P. A. (2005). How Americans feel about terrorism security: Three years after September 11. Academy Health Annual Research Meeting. Boston, Massachusetts [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Redlener, I. (2005). Helping children in disasters through alleviating their  parents’  anxiety:    Psychosocial  group  interventions  post-disaster. The World Congress of Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Edinburgh, Scotland [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Redlener, I. (2005). An emotional preparedness and resilience curriculum for high risk 4th grade children: An essential aspect of comprehensive disaster preparedness. The World Congress of Disaster and Emergency Medicine, Edinburgh, Scotland [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A. (2005). Children and disaster preparedness: Resilience building in high risk children. The 3rd Annual Early Childhood Conference: Innovations in Assessment and Interventions, Fordham University, New York, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Markenson, D., &Redlener, I. (2004). A coping and resilience curriculum for high risk children: Part of comprehensive disaster preparedness. 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC [Oral].

*Madrid, P.A. (2004). The trauma of separation in children. In: The Annual Therapeutic Foster Boarding  Home  Forum:  The  impact  of  trauma  on  children’s  behavior, Fordham University, New York, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., Grant, R., Redlener, I., Markenson, D., &Redlener, E. (2004). Traditional trauma therapy provided in a non-traditional setting: A post-9/11 model. In: The 4th International Congress on Disaster Psychiatry, Miami, FL [Oral].

Grant, R., Madrid, P.A. &Redlener, I. (2003).Mental health services as part of terrorism preparedness.Pediatric Academic Societies, Seattle, Washington [Poster].

Grant, R., Lynch, L., Madrid, P.A., Redlener, E., &Redlener, I. (2003). Mental health, terrorism preparedness, and policy: The aftermath of 9/11. 131st Annual Meeting American Public Health Association. San Francisco, CA [Oral].

*Madrid, P. A., Paula, S., &Datner, E. (2003). Coping and resilience in the aftermath of terrorism: Community interventions with people of color. Key Note Speaker for the Connecticut Psychological  Association’s  Diversity  Task  Committee  Annual  Meeting,  Fairfield  University,   Fairfield, CT [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A., & Grant, R. (2003). Building resilience in the wake of terrorism. In: The Presentation for the Multiple Needs, Multiple Services: No child left behind Conference.

Sponsored by the New York State Task Force on School Community Collaboration-The New York City Interagency Committee, New York, NY [Invited Presentation].

*Madrid, P.A. (2003). Bilingual code-switching (CS) as a mediator in the processing of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) traumatic memories (TM): A manual for therapists. In: The XXIX Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Lima, Peru [Oral].

Grant, R., Madrid, P.A.., Rigual-Lynch, L., Paula, S., Datner, E., Redlener, E., &Redlener, I. (2003). Clinical Services to Families of Passengers killed in the crash of American Airlines Flight 587. In: The Disaster Psychiatry, III International Congress, Washington, DC [Poster].

*Madrid, P.A. (2002). Using bilingual code-switching to mediate traumatic memories. In: The Annual Conference of the Connecticut Psychological Association, Westbrook, CT [Oral]. Grant, R., Paula, S., Madrid, P.A., Heiser, D., Lynch, L., &Redlener, I. (2002). An innovative community support program following the attacks of 9/11. In: The American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA [Oral].

*Madrid, P.A. (2002). Bilingual code-switching as a mediator in the processing of posttraumatic stress disorder traumatic memories. In: The III CongresoIberoamericano de Psicología, Bogotá, Colombia [Oral].

*Madrid, P.A. (2002). La traumatizacion de los ayudantes: Victimizacionsecundaria. In: The III CongresoIberoamericano de Psicología, Bogota, Colombia [Oral].

Grant, R., Paula, S., Madrid, P.A., Heiser, D., Lynch. L., &Redlener, I. (2002). An innovative community response program following the terror attacks of 9/11. The Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy Conference, Washington, DC [Poster].

Grant, R., Lynch, L., Redlener, E., Garfinkel, E., Redlener, I., Paula, S., Madrid, P.A., &Heiser, D. (2002).Children of the terrorist attacks of 9/11/01?A model response.The Pediatric Academic Societies Conference. Baltimore, MD [Poster].

 

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