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Stony Brook University
100 Nicolls Road
Since 1980, Stony Brook University Hospital staff has been committed to delivering excellence in patient care, research, education, and community service. Stony Brook University Hospital is a 500+ bed facility, which provides acute and tertiary care, feat
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From Martindale, D.A., Martindale, J.L., and Broderick, J.E. (1991).
Joan E. Broderick, PhD
,currently maintains a private practice and is a partner in Child Custody Consultants.
She is also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where she previously served as Director of the Marital Therapy Clinic.
specializes in marital and family issues in her
practice, including consultations for the courts.
may be contacted at 3771 Nesconsen Highway, Suite 101B, South Setauket, NY 11720.
Joan Broderick, PhD, ...
Joan Broderick, PhD, Co-Principal Investigator
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"We wanted to explore this relationship further by checking to see if it was due to painful diseases that cause reduced activity, which in turn causes increased weight," Joan Broderick, an associate professor in Stony Brook's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science and School of Public Health, said in the news release.
Greg's posterous - Filed under 'science'
One paper, published this year by Arthur Stone, Joseph Schwartz and Joan Broderick of Stony Brook University, and Angus Deaton of Princeton, breaks well-being down into positive and negative feelings and looks at how the experience of those emotions varies through life.
SBU PROFESSOR RECEIVES NIH FUNDING TO TEST NEW PHONE-BASED SYSTEM TO HELP PATIENTS MANAGE ARTHRITIS PAIN
Joan Broderick,PhD, Research Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stony Brook University, has received a $606,000 grant from the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
is collaborating with Dr. Patricia Bruckenthal from the SBU School of Nursing
to develop the messages and chart patients' progress.
"This new telephone-based system should help people with arthritis maintain better control of their pain as well as be highly cost-effective for medical practices," says Dr. Broderick
is simple to use, easily accessed from patients' homes, and takes up very little time for the patient to complete and the healthcare professional to process," she
The NIAMS grant enables Dr. Broderick
and colleagues to set up the telephone/computer technology to test TIVR
, collaborate with scientists with expertise in telephone-based support for people in pain, and analyze the results.
The study will be the first to test TIVR
among senior arthritis patients.
"A successful study outcome would open the door to adapting this program for other types of patients with chronic pain," emphasizes Dr. Broderick
As an additional arm to Dr. Broderick's
"Coping Skills Training for Arthritis: An Effectiveness Study," the TIVR
program builds on five-year $3.2 million NIAMS grant awarded in 2007.