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Susan Taylor-Brown

TitleClinical Professor
InstitutionSchool of Medicine and Dentistry
AddressUniversity of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box 671
Rochester NY 14642
 Awards And Honors
1988     Outstanding Faculty Teaching Award
1989     Faculty Spring/Summer Research Award  | Eastern Michigan University
1989     Josephine Nevins Keal Professional Development Award  | Eastern Michigan University
1992 - 1993Who's Who Among Human Services Professionals
1996     Public Health National Honor Society  | Delta Omega
1999     Certificate of Recognition for Developing Services for HIV+ women and their children  | New York State Department of Health
1999     Certificate of Recognition for caring for HIV affected families  | Rochester Area Task Force on AIDS
2002     Invited to serve on the care-giving and mental health expert panel representing the "Primary Care: Chronic Medical Illness"  | Rosalynn Carter Institute for Human Development
2004     Certificate of Recognition for Developing Services for HIV+ affected families  | Rochester Area Task Force on AIDS
2004     Recognition Award for Youth Adventurers Group - Experiential Group  | Greater Rochester Spina Bifida Association
2004     Last Acts Award for End of Life Texts in Social Work  | Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
2005     Nominated, Ernest A. Lynton Award for Faculty Professional Service and Academic Outreach Award
2006     Women's Studies Award for Gender Equity Work  | Nazareth College
Dr. Taylor-Brown's research interests include these areas:
1) Health-related clinical and policy research with particular interest in end of life care
2) Grief and loss
3) Palliative care
5) Genetics
6) Ethics
7) Family-centered care of medically fragile children
8) Child abuse
9) Community based collaborative service interventions
10) Cultural diversity
11) Developmental disabilities
12) Interdisciplinary teams
13) Chronic illness
14) Prevention

 Selected Publications
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  1. Taylor-Brown S, Sormanti M. End-of-life care. Health Soc Work. 2004 Feb; 29(1):3-5.
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  2. Taylor-Brown S, Garcia A, Kingson E. Cultural competence versus cultural chauvinism: implications for social work. Health Soc Work. 2001 Aug; 26(3):185-7.
    View in: PubMed
  3. Keigher S, Taylor-Brown S. Women's health needs special treatment. Health Soc Work. 2001 May; 26(2):67-71.
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  4. Anderson G, Ryan C, Taylor-Brown S, White-Gray M. HIV/AIDS and children, youths, and families: lessons learned. Introduction. Child Welfare. 1998 Mar-Apr; 77(2):101-5.
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  5. Taylor-Brown S, Teeter JA, Blackburn E, Oinen L, Wedderburn L. Parental loss due to HIV: caring for children as a community issue--the Rochester, New York experience. Child Welfare. 1998 Mar-Apr; 77(2):137-60.
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  6. Taylor-Brown S, Garcia A. Social workers and HIV-affected families: is the profession prepared? Soc Work. 1995 Jan; 40(1):14-5.
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  7. Taylor-Brown S, Kumetat SH. Psychosocial aspects of pediatric human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: annotated literature review and call for research. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1994 Jun; 15(3 Suppl):S71-6.
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  8. Taylor-Brown S, Kumetat SH. What we don't know: children and human immunodeficiency virus. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 1994 Jun; 15(3 Suppl):S77.
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  9. Taylor-Brown S. The impact of AIDS on foster care: a family-centered approach to services in the United States. Child Welfare. 1991 Mar-Apr; 70(2):193-209.
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  10. Clarke TA, Maniscalco WM, Taylor-Brown S, Roghmann KJ, Shapiro DL, Hannon-Johnson C. Job satisfaction and stress among neonatologists. Pediatrics. 1984 Jul; 74(1):52-7.
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  11. Taylor-Brown S, Johnson KH, Hunter K, Rockowitz RJ. Stress identification for social workers in health care: a preventive approach to burn-out. Soc Work Health Care. 1981; 7(2):91-100.
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