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Allison G. Robertson, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Social and Community Psychiatry and Sanford School of Public Policy  

Office Location: Brightleaf Square, Ste 23E, Durham, NC 27701
Office Phone: (919) 385-0856
Duke Box: 3071 Med Ctr.
Email Address: agilbert@psych.duhs.duke.edu
Web Page: http://psychiatry.duke.edu/faculty/details/0442986

Areas of Expertise

    Education:
    Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009
    M.P.H., University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, 2002

    Representative Publications   (More Publications)

    1. Gilbert, AR; Domino, ME; Morrissey, JP; Gaynes, BN. "Differential service utilization associated with trauma-informed integrated treatment for women with co-occurring disorders.." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 39.6 (November, 2012): 426-439. [21706408], [doi]  [abs]
    2. Swanson, J; Gilbert, AR. "Mental illness and firearm violence.." JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association 306.9 (September, 2011): 930-931. [21900130], [doi]
    3. AR Gilbert, JP Morrissey, ME Domino. "Service Utilization Patterns as Predictors of Response to Trauma-Informed Integrated Treatment for Women With Co-occurring Disorders.." Journal of dual diagnosis 7.3 (July, 2011): 117-129.  [abs]
    4. Swartz, MS; Wilder, CM; Swanson, JW; Van Dorn, RA; Robbins, PC; Steadman, HJ; Moser, LL; Gilbert, AR; Monahan, J. "Assessing outcomes for consumers in New York's assisted outpatient treatment program.." Psychiatric Services 61.10 (October, 2010): 976-981. [20889634], [doi]  [abs]
    5. Van Dorn, RA; Swanson, JW; Swartz, MS; Wilder, CM; Moser, LL; Gilbert, AR; Cislo, AM; Robbins, PC. "Continuing medication and hospitalization outcomes after assisted outpatient treatment in New York.." Psychiatric Services 61.10 (October, 2010): 982-987. [20889635], [doi]  [abs]
    6. Gilbert, AR; Moser, LL; Van Dorn, RA; Swanson, JW; Wilder, CM; Robbins, PC; Keator, KJ; Steadman, HJ; Swartz, MS. "Reductions in arrest under assisted outpatient treatment in New York.." Psychiatric Services 61.10 (October, 2010): 996-999. [20889637], [doi]  [abs]
    7. Swanson, JW; Van Dorn, RA; Swartz, MS; Cislo, AM; Wilder, CM; Moser, LL; Gilbert, AR; McGuire, TG. "Robbing Peter to pay Paul: did New York State's outpatient commitment program crowd out voluntary service recipients?." Psychiatric Services 61.10 (October, 2010): 988-995. [20889636], [doi]  [abs]
    8. Close, K; Rozier, RG; Zeldin, LP; Gilbert, AR. "Barriers to the adoption and implementation of preventive dental services in primary medical care.." Pediatrics 125.3 (March, 2010): 509-517. [20123767], [doi]  [abs]
    9. Swanson, JW; Swartz, MS; Elbogen, EB; VAN Dorn, RA; Wagner, HR; Moser, LA; Wilder, C; Gilbert, AR. "Psychiatric advance directives and reduction of coercive crisis interventions.." Journal of Mental Health (Informa) 17.3 (January, 2008): 255-267. [20221301], [doi]  [abs]
    10. Cornuz, J; Gilbert, A; Pinget, C; McDonald, P; Slama, K; Salto, E; Paccaud, F. "Cost-effectiveness of pharmacotherapies for nicotine dependence in primary care settings: a multinational comparison.." Tobacco control 15.3 (June, 2006): 152-159. [16728744], [doi]  [abs]
    11. Gilbert, AR; Pinget, C; Bovet, P; Cornuz, J; Shamlaye, C; Paccaud, F. "The cost effectiveness of pharmacological smoking cessation therapies in developing countries: a case study in the Seychelles.." Tobacco control 13.2 (June, 2004): 190-195. [15175539]  [abs]
    12. Cornuz, J; Pinget, C; Gilbert, A; Paccaud, F. "Cost-effectiveness analysis of the first-line therapies for nicotine dependence.." European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 59.3 (July, 2003): 201-206. [12759795], [doi]  [abs]

    Highlight:
    Research interests include mental health and substance abuse services and policy; links between mental illness, substance abuse and criminal justice involvement; effectiveness of criminal diversion and prison re-entry programs for adults with serious mental illness; and other legal and policy mechanism as mental health interventions.

    Allison G. Robertson