Ann M. Callahan, PhD, LCSW - Eastern Kentucky University - Associate Professor

Ann M. Callahan

PhD, LCSW

Eastern Kentucky University

Associate Professor

Richmond, KY | United States

Main Specialties: Other

Additional Specialties: Social Work

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Ann M. Callahan, PhD, LCSW - Eastern Kentucky University - Associate Professor

Ann M. Callahan

PhD, LCSW

Introduction

Ann M. Callahan, PhD, LCSW is an Associate Professor in the Social Work Program at Eastern Kentucky University. She has a license in clinical social work and over 20 years of social work related experience. Dr. Callahan has extensive experience in teaching across the curriculum with a commitment to quality course design and online education. Her research focuses on advancing hospice, palliative, and long-term care through spiritually sensitive social work. This has resulted in numerous presentations and publications, including the book "Spirituality and Hospice Social Work" published by Columbia University Press. Please visit https://www.dranncallahan.info to learn more.

Contact Information:
Phone: 864-383-7006
Website: https://www.dranncallahan.info
Email: dranncallahan@gmail.com

Primary Affiliation: Eastern Kentucky University - Richmond, KY , United States

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Number of Publications

3

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536

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Number of Article Reads

64

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Number of Citations

1

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Education

Aug 2000 - Aug 2004
University of Tennessee
Doctor of Philosophy in Social Work

Experience

Aug 2017
Eastern Kentucky University
Associate Professor of Social Work

Publications

3Publications

64Reads

1PubMed Central Citations

Spirituality and Hospice Social Work

Book

Spirituality and Hospice Social Work helps practitioners understand various forms of spiritual assessment for use with their clients. The book teaches practitioners to recognize a client’s spiritual needs and resources, as well as signs of spiritual suffering. It also discusses religious and spiritual practices that clients may use to enhance their spiritual coping. Spirituality and Hospice Social Work stresses the need for interdisciplinary collaboration with other members of the hospice team, along with the value of maintaining professional ethical standards when addressing spiritual issues. Throughout, the importance of spiritual sensitivity and its effect upon client well-being is emphasized. Available at: https://cup.columbia.edu/book/spirituality-and-hospice-social-work/9780231171731

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February 2017
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A relational model for spiritually-sensitive hospice care.

Authors:
Ann M Callahan

J Soc Work End Life Palliat Care 2013 ;9(2-3):158-79

Department of Social Work, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37132, USA.

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March 2014
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Second thoughts from the front lines.

Authors:
Ann M Callahan

Soc Work 2007 Oct;52(4):364

Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital and Center, Harriman, Tennessee, USA.

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October 2007
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