FAU Research and Articles

Dr. Michael Kane – Aging and Ageism Articles

Blind Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Kane, M. N. (1998). Consent and competency in the elder with Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 13(4), 179-188.
  • Kane, M. N. (1999). Factors affecting social work students’ willingness to work with elders with Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Social Work Education, 35 (1), 71-85.
  • Kane, M. N. (1999). Mental Health Issues and Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 14 (2), 102-110.
  • Kane, M. N. (2000). Ethnoculturally-sensitive practice and Alzheimer’s Disease. American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 15(2), 80-86.
  • Kane, M. N. (2001). Legal guardianships and other alternatives in the care of elders with Alzheimer’s disease. The American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias, 16(2), 89-96.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2002). Awareness of ageism, motivation, and countertransference in the care of elders with Alzheimer’s Disease. The American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and other Dementias, 17(2), 101-109.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2003). Investigating the factor structure of an instrument to measure preparedness for clinical social work with elders with Alzheimer’s Disease.  Gerontology & Geriatric Education, 24(1), 15-29.
  • Kane, M. N. (2003).  Teaching direct practice techniques for work with elders with Alzheimer’s disease: A simulated group experience. Educational Gerontology: An International Journal of Research and Practice, 29(9), 77-794.
  • Kane, M. N., & Houston-Vega, M. K.  (2004). Challenges in the classroom: Maximizing content on elders with dementia while teaching multi-cultural diversity.  Journal of Social Work Education, 40(2), 285-303.
  • Kane, M. N., Hamlin II, E. R., & Hawkins, W. E.  (2004). Measuring preparedness to address patient preferences at the end of life.  American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 21(4), 267-274.
  • Kane, M. N., Hamlin II, E.R, & Hawkins, W.E. (2004).  How adequate to social workers feel to work with elders with Alzheimer’s disease?  Social Work in Mental Health, 2(4), 63-84.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2004).  Perceptions of adequacy for direct practice with elders with Alzheimer’s disease.  Arete, 28(1), 65-76.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2004). Ageism and intervention: Do social work students believe a person should be treated differently because of age?Educational Gerontology: An International Journal of Research and Practice, 30(9), 767-784.
  • Kane, M. N. (2004).  Predictors for future work with elders.  Journal of Gerontological Social Work 42 (3/4), 19-38.
  • Kane, M. N., Hamlin, E. R., & Hawkins, W. E.  (2005).  Perceptions of preparedness to assist elders with end-of-life care preferences.Social Work in End-of-Life & Palliative Care, 1(1), 49-69.
  • Kane, M. N., Lacey, D., & Green, D.  (2006).  Correlates of perceptions of elders’ suffering from depression. Advances in Social Work, 7(1), 49-64.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2006). Ageism and gender among social work and criminal justice students. Educational Gerontology:  An International Journal, 32(10), 859-880.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2006).  Social work students’ perceptions about incompetence in elders.  Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 47 (3/4), 153-171.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2008).  Imagining recovery, resilience and vulnerability at 75:  Perceptions of social work students. Educational Gerontology:  An International Journal 34(1), 30-50.
  • Kane, M.N.  (2007). Social work and criminal justice students’ perceptions of elders.  Journal of Social Service Review 34(1), 13-26.
  • Kane, M. N.  (2008).  How are sexual behaviors of older women and older men perceived by human services students?  Social Work Education, 27(7), 723-743.
  • Kane, M.N. (2008).  When I’m 75 years old:  Perceptions of social work students.  Social Work in Healthcare, 47(2), 185-213.
  • Jacobs, R. J., & Kane, M. N. (2009). Theory based policy development for HIV prevention in racial/ethnic minority midlife and older women. Journal of Women and Aging. 21. 19-32.
  • Kane, M. N., Green, D., & Jacobs, R. J.  (2011).  Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence, Age, and Self-Enhancement Bias.  Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect, 23, 89-114.
  • Kane, M. N., Lacey, D., & Green, D.  (2009).  Investigating social work students’ perceptions of  elders’ vulnerability and resilience.  Social Work in Mental Health. 7(4), 307-325.
  • Kane, M. N. & Green, D.  (2009).  Perceptions of elders’ substance abuse and resilience.  Gerontology & Geriatrics Education, 30(2), 164-183.
  • Green, D. L., & Kane, M. N.  (2009). Does type of crime affect the stress and coping process?  Victims & Offenders, 4(3), 249-264.
  • Jacobs, R. J., & Kane, M. N. (2010).  HIV-related stigma in midlife and older women.  Social Work in Health Care, 49, 1-22.
  • Green, D. L., Choi, J. J., & Kane, M. N.  (2010). Coping strategies for victims of crime: Effects of the use of emotion-focused, problem-focused, and avoidance-oriented coping. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 20(6), 732-743.
  • Jacobs, R, J., Fernandez, M. I., Ownby, R. L., Bowen, G. S., Hardigan, P.C. & Kane, M. N.  (2010) Factors associated with risk for unprotected receptive and insertive anal intercourse in men aged 40 and older who have sex with men’, AIDS Care,, First published on: 12 March 2010 (iFirst) DOI: 0.1080/09540121003615137
  • Kane, M. N., Green, D., & Jacobs, R. J. (2010). Perceptions of Students about Younger and Older Men and Women Who May Be Homeless, Journal of Social Service Research, 36, 261-277.
  • Jacobs, R. J., & Kane, M. N. (2011).  Psychosocial predictors of self-esteem in a multi-ethnic sample of  women over 50 at risk for HIV. Journal of Women and Aging, 23, 23-39.
  • Kane, M. N., Jacobs, R. J., Green, D. (In press). Perceptions about Homeless Elders and Community Responsibility. Educational Gerontology.
  • Kane, M. N., Green, D. L., & Jacobs, R. J. (In press). Pastoral Care Professionals in Health and Mental Health Care: Recognizing Classic and Newer Versions of Ageism. Journal of Pastoral Care & Counseling.
  • Jacobs, R. J., & Kane, M. N. (2012). Correlates of loneliness in midlife and older gay and bisexual men. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 24, 40-61.
  • Kane, M. N., Jacobs, R. J., & Hawkins, W. (In press). Attributions of Autonomy and Competence for Older and Younger Homeless Mentally Ill Persons. Social Work in Health Care.
  • Jacobs, R. J., Kane, M.N., & Ownby, R. L. (2013). Condom use, disclosure, and risk for unprotected sex in HIV-        negative midlife and older men who have sex with men. American Journal of Men’s Health, 7(3), 186-197.

Dr. Juyoung Park – Grants and Publications

Research Grants & Training Grant

  • FAU Seed Grant (02/01/13–01/31/14) $20,000   Role: Co-PI
    “Effect of Sit ‘N’ Fit Chair Yoga on Community-Dwelling Elders With Osteoarthritis”
  • Hartford Geriatric Faculty Scholar (09/01/11-08/31/13) $100, 000
    John A. Hartford Foundation                     Role: PI
    Utilization of Nonpharmacological Pain Management Among Racially and Ethnically Diverse Older Adults in South Florida
  • Faculty Research Mentoring Program (September 2010-August 2011) $2,000
    Mentor: Joseph Ouslander, MD, College of Medicine, Florida Atlantic University
    Managing Osteoarthritis: A Pilot Study
  • Institute on Aging and Social Work (Training/Travel Grant, 2010-2011)
    National Institute on Aging, NIH Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research, and John A. Hartford Foundation

Journal Publications

  • Park, J., Hirz, C. E., Manotas, K., & Hooyman, N. (in press).Nonpharmacological pain management by ethnically diverse older adults with chronic pain: Barriers and facilitators.  Journal of Gerontological Social Work. doi: 10.1080/01634372.2013.808725
  • Park, J., Hawkins, W., Hawkins, M., & Hamlin, E. (accepted). Attitudes toward interprofessional collaboration among students in the health care professions.  Advances in Social Work.
  • Lavin, R., & Park, J. (in press). A characterization of pain in racially and ethnically diverse older adults: A review of the literature. Journal of Applied Gerontology. doi:10.1177/0733464812459372
  • Park, J., Hain, D., Tappen, R., Diaz, S., & Ouslander, J. (2012).Factors associated with 30-day hospital readmission among participants in a care transition quality improvement program.Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 3, 308-328. doi:10.5243/jsswr.2012.19
  • McCaffrey, R., & Park, J. (2012). The benefits of yoga for musculoskeletal disorder: A systematic review of the literature. Journal of Yoga and Physical Therapy, 2(5), 1-11. doi:10.4172/2157-7595.1000122
  • Park, J., & McCaffrey, R. (2012). Benefits of participating in chair yoga for community-dwelling older adults with osteoarthritis. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 38(5), 12-24. doi:10.3928/00989134-20120411-50
  • Park, J., & Hughes, K. A. (2012). Nonpharmacological approaches to the management of chronic pain in older adults: A review of empirical evidence. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 60, 555-568.
  • Park, J., McCaffrey, R. Dunn, D., & Goodman, R. (2011). Managing osteoarthritis: Comparisons of chair yoga, Reiki, and education (Pilot Study). Holistic Nursing Practice, 25, 316-326.
  • Lavin, R., & Park, J. (2011). Depressive symptoms in community-dwelling older adults receiving opioid therapy for chronic pain. Journal of Opioid Management, 7, 309-319.
  • Park, J., Clement, R., & Lavin, R. (2011). Factor structure of pain medication question­naire in community-dwelling older adults. Pain Practice, 11, 314-324.
  • Park, J., & Lavin, R. (2010). Risk factors associated with opioid medication misuse in community-dwelling older adults with chronic pain. Clinical Journal of Pain, 26, 647-655.
  • Park, J., Castellanos-Brown, K., & Belcher, J. (2010). A review of observational pain scales in nonverbal elderly with cognitive impairments. Research on Social Work Practice, 20, 651-664.
  • Park, J. (2010). Chronic pain and pain management among older veterans. Florida Public Health Review, 7, 70-82.
  • Park, J. (2008). Older women with psychoactive medication abuse. Perspectives on Social Work, 7(1), 13-17.

Non-Refereed Publications

  • Park, J. (2012). How effective are nonpharmacological interventions for chronic pain management in the elderly? (Editorial). Aging Health, 8, 399-401
  • Park, J., Manotas, K., & Hirz, C. (2012). Utilization of chronic pain management among racially and ethnically diverse older adults: Theme-based qualitative data analysis. In B. Kaskie, What’s hot: Pain Bioethics and older adults (pp. 4-5). Newsletter of the Gerontological Society of America.
  • Park, J. (2011). Disparities in chronic pain management among racial and ethnic minority elders. Florida Association of Aging Services Providers e-Newsletter,24, 11-12.  (Solicited by the editor)