Erum Nadeem, PhD
Dr. Nadeem is a clinical psychologist who studies the quality of mental health care and the implementation of evidence-based treatments in community settings. She uses community-partnered research approaches to improve trauma care in schools. Dr. Nadeem received her PhD in clinical psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles, where she conducted research on parent-adolescent relationships in Latino families and peer victimization in schools. She is currently an investigator at the Center for Mental Health Implementation and Dissemination Science in States (IDEAS) at NYU and on the faculty of the School-Clinical Child Psychology doctoral program at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University.
- Assistant Professor, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University
- Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New York University
- PhD, clinical psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
- Nadeem, E., Santiago, C.D., Kataoka, S.K., Chang, V.Y., & Stein, B.D. (In press). School personnel experiences in notifying parents about their child’s risk for suicide. Journal of School Health.
- Nadeem, E., Cappella, E., Holland S., Cocarro, C., & Crisonino, G. (2015). Developing and piloting a classroom-focused measurement feedback system using a community partnered approach. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research. (E-pub ahead of print), 1-15.
- Nadeem, E., Gleacher, A., Pimentel, S. Hill, L. S., McHugh, M., & Hoagwood, K. E. (2013). The role of consultation calls for clinic supervisors in supporting large-scale dissemination of evidence-based treatments for children. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 40(6), 530-540.
- Nadeem, E., Olin, S. S., Hill, L. C. Hoagwood, K. E., & Horwitz, S. M. (2013). Understanding the components of quality improvement collaboratives: A systemic literature review. Milbank Quarterly, 91(2), 354-394.
- Gudino, O. G., Nadeem, E., Kataoka, S. H., & Lau, A. S. (2012). Reinforcement sensitivity and risk for psychopathology following exposure to violence: A vulnerability-specificity model in Latino youth. Child Psychiatry and Human Development,43, 306-321.