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Eve S. Puffer, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Assistant Research Professor of Global Health and Affiliate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society and Affiliate of Center for Child and Family Policy

Eve S. Puffer
Contact Info:
Office Location:  417 Chapel Drive, 250, Reuben-Cooke Building, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone:  (919) 660-5734
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Teaching (Spring 2021):

  • Glhlth 363.01, Fund. of global mental health Synopsis
    Online on, TuTh 12:00 PM-01:15 PM
  • Psy 436s.01, Child clinical interventions Synopsis
    Online on, M 01:45 PM-04:15 PM
Education:

Ph.D.University of South Carolina, Columbia2008
M.A.University of South Carolina, Columbia2005
B.S.Furman University2002
Specialties:

Clinical Psychology
Research Interests:

Dr. Puffer is a global mental health researcher and a licensed clinical psychologist. Her research focuses on developing and evaluating integrated community-based interventions to promote child mental health, improve family functioning, and prevent HIV risk behavior. Her work includes studies with families with young children through those with adolescents, as well as with couples. She has conducted much of this work in rural Kenya and is an investigator on multiple studies of child mental health, family well-being, and parenting interventions in Thailand, Ethiopia, Liberia, South Sudan, and Iraq. Among Dr. Puffer's primary collaborators are the International Rescue Committee, a humanitarian organization, the Women's Institute for Secondary Education and Research in Kenya, and AMPATH, a consortium between North American medical schools and Moi University in Kenya.

Areas of Interest:

Global mental health
Child and family well-being
Community- and family-based interventions
HIV prevention

Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Puffer, ES; Friis-Healy, EA; Giusto, A; Stafford, S; Ayuku, D (2021). Development and Implementation of a Family Therapy Intervention in Kenya: a Community-Embedded Lay Provider Model. Global Social Welfare, 8(1), 11-28. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Langhaug, L; Finnegan, A; Schenk, K; Puffer, ES; Rusakaniko, S; Green, EP (2020). Caregiver self-efficacy to talk about sex predicts conversations about HIV transmission risk with perinatally infected young people in Zimbabwe.. Aids Care Psychological and Socio Medical Aspects of Aids/Hiv, 32(12), 1524-1528. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Puffer, ES; Healy, EF; Green, EP; Giusto, AM; Kaiser, BN; Patel, P; Ayuku, D (2020). Family Functioning and Mental Health Changes Following a Family Therapy Intervention in Kenya: a Pilot Trial.. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 29(12), 3493-3508. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Green, EP; Lai, Y; Pearson, N; Rajasekharan, S; Rauws, M; Joerin, A; Kwobah, E; Musyimi, C; Jones, RM; Bhat, C; Mulinge, A; Puffer, ES (2020). Expanding Access to Perinatal Depression Treatment in Kenya Through Automated Psychological Support: Development and Usability Study.. Jmir Formative Research, 4(10), e17895. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Giusto, A; Green, EP; Simmons, RA; Ayuku, D; Patel, P; Puffer, ES (2020). A multiple baseline study of a brief alcohol reduction and family engagement intervention for fathers in Kenya.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 88(8), 708-725. [doi]  [abs]

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