Barbara J. Guthrie, RN, PhD
Dr. Guthrie’s work addresses how communities affect abusive or unhealthy behaviors. With an interest in the intersection of ethnicity, gender, age, and class, Dr. Guthrie has researched and designed several ethnic and gender responsive health promotion programs. She has examined the ways that groups of adolescent girls initiate others into substance-abuse or sexually-related behaviors, and used the findings to try to reverse the process through peer-led STD-prevention programs.
- Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Yale School of Nursing, New Haven, CT
- Associate Professor, Yale School of Nursing
- PhD, New York University School of Nursing
- RN, Howard University Freedmen Hospital School of Nursing
- Guthrie, B. J., Cooper, S. M., Brown, C. & Metzger, I. (2012). Degrees of difference among minority female juvenile offenders' psychological functioning, risk behavior engagement, and health status: A latent profile investigation. Journal of Health Care of the Poor and Underserved, 23(1), 204-225.
- Kao, T. A., Guthrie, B., Loveland-Cherry, C., & Caldwell, C. H. (2012). Cross-Cultural variations in adolescents' perceived maternal expectancy and sexual initiation. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 23(4), 377-388.
- Guthrie, B. (2011). Addressing incarcerated women's unique and unidentified health care needs. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 40(4), 468.
- Guthrie, B. (2011). Toward a gender-responsive restorative correctional health care model. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 40(4), 497-505.
- D'Antonio, P., Beal, M. W., Underwood, P. W., Ward, F. R., McKelvey, M., Guthrie, B. J., & Lindell, D. (2010). Great expectations: Points of congruencies and discrepancies between income accelerated second-degree nursing students and faculty. Journal of Nursing Education, 49(12), 713.
- Getting in With the Juvenile Justice System
- Health Parity
- I Don't Do 'Feminist'
- Mentors See Your Potential
- Numbers and Stories