College of Health and Human Services
34 achievements

34 achievements

Hernandez, Virginia R.
Miltiades, H., Vungkhanching, M., & Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2014). Serving Co-Occurring Populations Effectively (SCOPE) Project: Year Three Evaluation. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2014). The Daring WayTM Training Evaluation Report. 
Miltiades, H., Montana, S., Rondero Hernandez, V., & Marin, M.  (2013). Serving Co-Occurring Populations Effectively (SCOPE) Project: Year Two Evaluation. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2013). Generalist and advanced generalist practice.  Encyclopedia of Social Work: 20th edition, New York: Oxford University Press and the National Association of Social Workers.. New York.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Miltiades, H., Montana, S., & Mendoza, C.  (2012). Serving Co-Occurring Populations Effectively (SCOPE) Project: Year One Evaluation. 
Rondero Hernandez, V., & Mendoza, C.  (2011). Shame Resilience: A Strategy for Empowering Women in Treatment for Substance Abuse.  Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. 11(4), 375-393.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Brown, B., & Villareal, Y.  (2011). Connections: A 12-week psychoeducational shame resilience curriculum.  Shame in the therapy hour. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association..
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Hernandez, V., Montana, S., & Clarke, K.  (2010). Child health inequality: Framing a social work response.  Health & social work. 35(4), 291-301.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Montana, S., & Clarke, K.  (2010). Child Health Inequality: Framing a Social Work Response.  Health & Social Work. 35(4), 291-301.
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2009). The economic, cultural and social context of health care today. In N. Boyd-Webb (Ed.).  Boyd-Webb (Ed.), Helping youth and families cope with acute and chronic health conditions: A collaborative strengths-based guide for practice. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
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Tijerina, M., Selber, K., & Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2009). Caring for the genetics services needs of children and families: Exploring the information needs of health care providers.  The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education. 12(1), 38-50.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., & Noriega, L.  (2008). Responding to the Needs of Children and Families Affected by Methamphetamine abuse in Central California. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Middleton, E., Fiorello, J., & Cole, C.  (2008). Local Solutions to Regional Issues: Substance Abuse in the San Joaquin Valley. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Capitman, J., & Flores, M.  (2008). Assessing Mental Health Disparities among Latinos in the San Joaquin Valley. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2007). Theory and practice with individuals, families, and groups.  Social work: Issues and opportunities in a challenging profession, 3rd edition. Chicago, IL: Lyceum Books Inc..
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2007). Fresno County DCFS Children's Mental Health Program: Consumer perceptions about service delivery and service change. 
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Selber, K., Rondero Hernandez, V., Tijerina, M., & Heyman, C.  (2007). Supporting families of children with disabilities: What’s missing.  The Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal. 2(4).
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Selber, K., & Tijerina, M.  (2006). Visioning Family-Centered Care in Genetics: What Parents and Providers Have to Say.  Journal of Genetic Counseling. 15(5), 349-360.
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Selber, K., Hernandez, V., Tijerina, M., Heyman, C., & Sallee, C.  (2006). Public Agency Services- Assessing the Perceptions of Program Providers for Serving Children With Genetic Disorders and Their Families.  Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services. 87(1), 133.
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Selber, K., Rondero Hernandez, V., Tijerina, M., Heyman, C., & Sallee, C.  (2006). Assessing the perceptions of program providers for serving children with genetic disorders and their families.  Families in Society. 87(1), 133-139.
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Pinzon-Perez, H., & Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2005). Childhood Obesity Partnership Resources: Useful Web-based Resources for Communities in Central California. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Selber, K., Tijerina, M., & Mallow, J.  (2005). Reaching out: Evaluation of a health promotion website for children with disabilities and their families.  Disability issues for social workers and human services professionals in the 21st century. (pp.87-103) Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press, Inc.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Selber, K., Tijerina, M., & Mallow, J.  (2005). Reaching Out: Evaluation of a Health Promotion Website for Children with Disabilities and Their Families.  Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation. 4(1/2), 87-103.
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2005). Proceedings of the Childhood Asthma Leadership Summit, May 2005. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2005). Proceedings of the Central California Childhood Obesity Leadership Summit, September 2005. 
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Selber, K., Rondero Hernandez, V., & Tijerina, M.  (2005). Developing family-centered models of genetic services: A template for seeking consumer and provider perceptions of care.  Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation. 4(4), 15-38.
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Greer, F., Rondero Hernandez, V., Sutton, P., & Curtis, K.  (2004). Childhood Obesity and Physical Inactivity among Children in the Central California San Joaquin Valley. 
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Dole, R., & Chavkin, N.  (2004). Writing apprehension among social workers: Addressing internal and structural barriers to writing about what we o.  Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education.. 7(2), 44-60.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Sutton, P., & Curtis, K.  (2004). Teen Births: An Analysis of San Joaquin Valley Communities. 
Rondero Hernandez, V., Curtis, K., Sutton, P., & Carabez, R.  (2004). Struggling to Breathe: The Epidemic of Asthma among Children in the Central California San Joaquin Valley. 
Sutton, P., Rondero Hernandez, V., & Curtis, K.  (2004). Hunger and Food Insecurity in San Joaquin Valley Immigrant Families with Children: A policy brief. 
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Sutton, P., Rondero Hernandez, V., Perez, M., & , C.  (2004). Children in Jeopardy: A Sourcebook for Community Action. 
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Tijerina, M., Selber, K., & Rondero Hernandez, V.  (2003). Exploring Texas health care providers’genetic information needs and perceptions of the genetic service delivery system.  Texas Journal of Rural Health. 21(4), 35-43.
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Rondero Hernandez, V., Pais, L., & Garza, E.  (2002). A story told: Organizing the profession for service in the public schools of San Antonio, Texas.  Children & Schools: A Journal of School Social Work. 24(4), 247-259.
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