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Randolph F. R. Rasch, PhD, RN, FNP, FAANP

  • Professor
  • Dean

Education:

PhD, University of Texas
MSN, Vanderbilt University 
BSN, Andrews University 

Publications:

MacMaster, S.A., Rasch, R.F.R., Crawford, S.L., Perkins, J., & Washington, S.  (In press).  A collaborative partnership between a faith-based institution and a for-profit methadone clinic developed to provide access to methadone for indigent clients.  Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work

Rasch, R.F.R., Davidson, D.L., Seiters, J., MacMaster, S.A., Adams, S., Darby, K., Cooper, R. F. (2013). Integrated recovery management model for ex-offenders with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and high rates of HIV risk behaviors. Journal of the American Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 24(5): pp. 438-448

Cooper, R. L.; Seiters, J.; Davidson, D. L.; MacMaster, S.A.; Rasch, R.F.R.; Adams, S.; Darby, K. (2010). Outcomes of Integrated Assertive Community Treatment for Homeless Consumers with Co-Occurring Disorders. Journal of Dual Diagnosis. 6(2), pp 152-170. DOI 10.1080/1550426100376671

Okpaku, S., MacMaster, S.A., Dennie, S., Toliver, D., Cooper, R.L., Rasch, R.F.R. (2010) Preliminary outcomes of a model program for increasing treatment access for African American women who use crack cocaine and are at risk for contracting HIV.  Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work.  7(1-2), pp 41-57. DOI 10.1080/15433710903175871

McMaster, S. A., Rasch, R. F. R., Kinzly, M., Cooper, R. L., Adams, S.  (November, 2009). Perceptions of injection and sexual risks for HIV among African American women who use crack cocaine in Nashville, TN. Health and Social Work (special issue on HIV/AIDS among people of color).  34(4): 283-291(9).