Daniel Rosen

  • Professor

Professor Daniel Rosen received his PhD in social work and sociology, MSW, and BA in political science, all from the University of Michigan.

He completed a National Institute on Drug Abuse Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Substance Abuse Interdisciplinary Training Program at the University of Michigan. He is currently the recipient of a K 08 award from the National Institute of Health. Rosen has extensive background in surveys related to organizational capacity. His current research focuses on the health and mental health service needs of vulnerable older adults, the impact of legalized gambling on service provision, and the treatment of depression in later-life for substance abusing populations

Research Interests

  • Aging
  • Substance abuse
  • Late-life depression
  • Barriers to treatment

Selected Funded Grants

  • Principal Investigator: Daniel Rosen, Providing Depression Care for Older Adult Substance Abusers at Community Agencies, Funder: National Institute on Drug Abuse

Representative Publications

Berrios-Thomas, S., Engel, R., McCall, J.D., and Rosen, D. (2018). Assessing Knowledge Regarding Managing Congestive Heart Failure Symptoms: Differences in Patient and Professional Scores. Patient Education and Counseling. 1-7. DOI: 10.1177/2374373518765793

Rosen, D., McCall, J.D., and Primack, B. (2017). A telehealth protocol to prevent readmission among high-risk patients with congestive heart failure. 130(11):1326-1330. The American Journal of Medicine. doi: 10.1016/j.amjmed.2017.07.007.

Rosen, D., Engel, R., McCall, J., and Greenhouse, J. (2017). Problem Solving Therapy to Reduce Depressive Symptoms among Older Adult Methadone Clients. Research on Social Work Practice. DOI: 10.1177/1049731516686692

Rosen, D., McCall, J.D., and Goodkind, S. (2017). Teaching Critical Self-Reflection through the Lens of Cultural Humility: An Assignment in a Social Work Diversity Course. Social Work Education. 36(3), 289-298.

Rosen, D, Berrios-Thomas, & Engel, R.J. (2016). Increasing self-knowledge: Utilizing tele-coaching for patients with congestive heart failure. Social Work in Health Care. 55:9, 711-719. DOI: 10.1080/00981389.2016.1191581

Brusoski, M.A. and Rosen, D. (2015). Health Promotion using Tablet Technology with Older Adult African American Methadone Clients: A Case Study. Journal of Technology in Human Services. Volume 33:119–132.


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