Department of Psychiatry
University of Cincinnati
United States of America
Kathy Burlew is a substance abuse researcher. Her current and recent projects include (1) the development and testing of culturally tailored interventions to reduce HIV risk among substance abusing males and females and (2) the evaluation of interventions for African American substance abusers and (3) the evaluation of the long term benefits of participation in family therapy for substance using adolescents.
Effective HIV interventions with substance abusing populations ; Substance abuse prevention and treatment; Issues in research, practice, and treatment with African Americans and other racial/ethnic minorities; Health disparities research methods
(1982). Burlew, A. The Experiences of Black Women in Traditional and Nontraditional Professions. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 6(3), 312, 326.
Burlew, A. K. & Whitney, M. M. (1977). Research Strategies for Social Change. The Journal of Black Psychology, 4(1), 102, 118.
(1977). Burlew, A.K. Career and Educational Choices Among Black Females. The Journal of Black Psychology, 3(2), 88, 106.