Publications

  • Marsh, J.C., and M. Bunn. In Press. "The role of relationship as an active ingredient in social work practice." In J. Brekke and J. Anastas (Eds.). Social Work Science: Towards a New Identity. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marsh, J.C.  MAJOR WORK IN SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH, Thematic Essay 1:  Developing Trajectory of Social Work Research and the Profession, Volume 1, 3-9.
  • Marsh, J.C.  MAJOR WORK IN SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH Thematic Essay 2:  Purposes and Key Concepts in Social Work Research,  Volume 1,  pp. 137-141.
  • Bersamira, C., Lin, Y-A., Park, K., & Marsh, J.C. 2017. Drug use among Asian Americans: Differentiating use by acculturation status and gender. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 79: 76-81. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsat.2017.06.002
  • Kreisberg, N. and J.C. Marsh. 2015. "Useful knowledge, research, and innovation in social work practice: An international comparison." British Journal of Social Work 46: 599-618.
  • Marsh, J.C., and M. Reed. 2015. "Social work science and knowledge utilization." Research on Social Work Practice 26(1): 1-9.
  • Marsh, J.C. 2015. "Major Work in Social Work Research, Thematic Essay 1: Developing Trajectory of Social Work Research and the Profession." In Social Work Research, Shaw, I., M. Hardy, and J.C. Marsh, eds. 1: 3-9. London: SAGE.
  • Marsh, J.C. 2015. "Major Work in Social Work Research, Thematic Essay 2: Purposes and Key Concepts in Social Work Research." In Social Work Research, Shaw, I., M. Hardy, and J.C. Marsh, eds. 1: 137-141. London: SAGE.
  • Shaw, I., M. Hardy, and J.C. Marsh, eds. 2015. Social Work Research 1-4. London: SAGE.
  • Guerrero, Erick, Jeanne C. Marsh, Dingcai Cao, Hee-Choon Shin, and Christina M. Andrews. 2014. "Gender disparities in utilization and outcome of comprehensive substance abuse treatment among racial/ethnic groups." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 46(5): 584-91.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2014. "Thinking fast and slow about causality: Response to Palinkas." Research on Social Work Practice 24(5): 548-51.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Hee-Choon Shin, Jeanne C. Marsh, and Dingcai Cao. 2013. "Client and program characteristics associated with wait time to substance abuse treatment entry." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 39(1): 61-8.
  • Guerrero, Erick G., Jeanne C. Marsh, Lei Duan, Christine Oh, Brian Perron, and Benedict Lee. 2013. "Disparities in completion of substance abuse treatment between and within racial and ethnic groups." Health Services Research 48(4): 1-18.
  • Guerrero, Erick G., Jeanne C. Marsh, Tenie Khachikian, Hortensia Amaro, and William A. Vega. 2013. "Disparities in Latino substance use, service use, and treatment: Implications for culturally and evidence-based interventions under health care reform." Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 133(3): 805-13.
  • Hardesty, Melissa, Dingcai Cao, Hee-Choon Shin, Christina M. Andrews, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2012. "Social and health service use and treatment outcomes for sexual minorities in a national sample of substance abuse treatment programs." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services 24(2): 97-118.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2012. "Learning by intervening: Examining the intersection of research and practice." In From Task-Centered Social Work to Evidence-Based and Integrative Practice: Reflections on History and Implementation, Tina L. Rzepnicki, Stanley G. McCracken, and Harold E. Briggs, eds. Chicago: Lyceum Books.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2012. "From fish and bicycles to a science of social work: Response to John Brekke." Research on Social Work Practice 22(5): 465-7.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Beth Angell, Christina M. Andrews, and Ashley Curry. 2012. "Client-provider relationship and treatment outcome: A systematic review of substance abuse, child welfare, and mental health services research." Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 3(4): 233-67.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Dingcai Cao, Jeanne C. Marsh, and Hee-Choon Shin. 2011. "The impact of comprehensive services in substance abuse treatment for women with a history of intimate partner violence." Violence Against Women 17(5): 550-67.
  • Cao, Dingcai, Jeanne C. Marsh, Hee-Choon Shin, and Christina M. Andrews. 2011. "Improving health and social outcomes with targeted services in comprehensive substance abuse treatment." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 37(4): 250-8.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Brenda D. Smith, and Maria C. Bruni. 2011. "Integrated substance abuse and child welfare services for women: A progress review." Children and Youth Services Review 33(3): 466-72.  doi:10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.06.017.
  • Shin, Hee-Choon, Jeanne C. Marsh, Dingcai Cao, and Christina M. Andrews. 2011. "Client-provider relationship in comprehensive substance abuse treatment: Differences in residential and non-residential settings." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 41(4): 335-46.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Hee-Choon Shin, and Dingcai Cao. 2010. "Gender differences in client-provider relationship as active ingredient in substance abuse treatment." Evaluation and Program Planning 33(2): 81-90.
  • Gredig, Daniel, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2009. "Improving interventions and practices." In The SAGE Handbook of Social Work Research, Ian F. Shaw, Katherine Briar-Lawson, Joan Orme, and Roy Ruckdeschel, eds. 64-82. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Dingcai Cao, Erick Guerrero, and Hee-Choon Shin. 2009. "Need-service matching in substance abuse treatment: Racial/ethnic differences." Evaluation and Program Planning 32(1): 43-51.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Dingcai Cao, and Hee-Choon Shin. 2009. "Closing the need-service gap: Gender differences in matching services to client needs in comprehensive substance abuse treatment." Social Work Research 33(3): 183-92.
  • Cao, Dingcai, Jeanne C. Marsh, and Hee-Choon Shin. 2008. "Gender and racial/ethnic disparities in the impact of HIV prevention programming in substance abuse treatment." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 34(6): 730-40.
  • McCracken, Stanley G., and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2008. "Practitioner expertise in evidence-based practice decision making." Research on Social Work Practice 18(4): 301-10.
  • Cha, Theresa, Elizabeth Kuo, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2006. "Useful knowledge for social work practice." Social Work and Society 4(1).
  • Mahoney, Colleen A., Malitta Engstrom, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2006. "Substance use problems in health social work practice." In Handbook of Health Social Work, Sarah Gehlert and T. Arthur Browne, eds. 367-414. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Joseph P. Ryan, Sam Choi, and Mark F. Testa. 2006. "Integrated ser­vices for families with multiple problems: Obstacles to family reunification." Children and Youth Services Review 28(9): 1074-87.
  • Ryan, Joseph P., Jeanne C. Marsh, Mark F. Testa, and Richard Louderman. 2006. "In­tegrating substance abuse treatment and child welfare services: Findings from the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) waiver demonstration." Journal of Social Work Research 30(2): 95-107.
  • Cha, Theresa, Elizabeth Kuo, and Jeanne C.Marsh. 2005. "Knowledge utilization among the readers of SOCIAL WORK." SSA Working Paper #11. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., and Dingcai Cao. 2005. "Parents in substance abuse treatment: Im­plications for child welfare practice." Children and Youth Services Review 27(12): 1259­1278. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., and Brenda D. Smith. 2005. "Commentary–client-service matching in substance abuse treatment for women with children." In The research process in the human services: Behind the scenes, ed. Leslie Alexander and Phyllis Solomon, 151­-170. New York: Brooks/Cole. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2004. "Social service education." In The encyclopedia of Chicago, ed. James R. Grossman, Ann Durkin Keating, and Janice L. Reiff, 761. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2004. "Theory-driven versus theory-free research in empirical social work practice." In Using evidence in social work practice, ed. Harold E. Briggs and Tina L. Rzpenicki. Chicago: Lyceum. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Dingcai Cao, and Thomas D’Aunno. 2004. "Gender differences in the impact of comprehensive services in substance abuse treatment." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 27(4): 289-300. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2003. "Organizational and institutional factors in the development of practice knowledge and practice guidelines in social work." In Developing practice guidelines for social work intervention, ed. Aaron Rosen and Enola K. Proctor, 236-252. New York: Columbia University Press. 
  • Smith, Brenda D., and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2002. "Client-service matching in substance abuse treatment for women with children." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 22(3): 161-168. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2000. "Theories of professions: Implications for social work." In Soziale Arbeit: Gesellschaftliche Bedingungen und professionelle Perspektiven, ed. Siegfried Mül­ler, Heinz Sünker, Thomas Olk, and Karin Bollert. Luchterhand: Neuwied-Kriftel. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Thomas D’Aunno, and Brenda D. Smith. 2000. "Increasing access and providing social services to improve drug abuse treatment for women with chil­dren." Addiction 95(8): 1237-1247. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., and Carol Coohey. 1998. "Reform and restructuring of social services in the U.S.: Evaluation of collaborative, cooperative and integrated services." In Toward more democracy in social services, ed. Gaby Flosser and Hans-Uwe Otto. Berlin: deGruyter. 
  • Smith, Brenda D., Jeanne C. Marsh, and Thomas D’Aunno. 1998. "Child welfare and substance use: Findings from a collaborative services initiative in Illinois." The Source 8(2): 5-7. 
  • Berlin, Sharon, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 1996. "Informationen für Interaktionsbezogene Praxis-entscheidungen." In Qualitätsentwicklung durch Evaluation, ed. Maja Heiner. Freiburg, Breisgau: Lambertus. 
  • Coohey, Carol, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 1995. "Promotion, prevention, and treatment: What are the differences?" Research on Social Work Practice 5(4): 524-538.