Boothroyd, Roger, PhD

Boothroyd, Roger, PhD

 

Roger A. Boothroyd, PhD, is a Professor in the Department of Mental Health Law and Policy at the Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, College of Behavioral and Community Sciences at the University of South Florida where he has worked for the past 17 years. He also holds a faculty appointment in the College of Public Health. He received his PhD in Educational Psychology and Statistics from the State University of New York at Albany, specializing in measurement, evaluation, and research design. He teaches courses in measurement, research methodology, program evaluation, and statistics.

Dr. Boothroyd has been conducting mental health services research for the past 20 years. He is currently the Principal Investigator on a contract with the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration designed to evaluate Florida’ implementation of Managed Medical Assistance program and a Co-investigator on an NIMH-funded training grant to conduct an intensive summer research institute for undergraduate students (SRI@FMHI).  Prior to joining the faculty at the University of South Florida, Dr. Boothroyd was a Research Scientist with the New York State Office of Mental Health where he worked for eight years directing several federally-funded research and demonstration projects. 

Dr. Boothroyd is an active member of the American Public Health Association and currently represents the mental Health Section on the APHA Governing Council. He is also an active member of the American Evaluation Association and is serving the Alcohol Drug and Mental Health Topical Interest Group’s program co-chair for the 2015 AEA annual meeting. He is a Consulting Editor for the Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders and serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior. He is a member of the University of South Florida Office for Undergraduate Research Advisory Committee.

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Recent Publications

Sirrine, E. H., Salloum, A., & Boothroyd, R. A.(In Press). Predictors of continuing attachment bonds among bereaved adolescents. Omega: Journal of Death and Dying.

Stiles, P. G., & Boothroyd, R. A. (2015). Ethical use of administrative data for research purposes. In Fantuzzo, J., Culhane, D. and Rouse, H., (eds.), “Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy: Using Integrated Data Systems to Achieve a More Effective, Efficient and Ethical Government”, Palgrave McMillan Publishing.

Boothroyd Porter, M., & Boothroyd, R. A. (2015, on-line first). Symptom severity, social supports, coping styles, and quality of life among individuals’ diagnosed with Ménierè’s disease. Manuscript under review.Chronic Illness. doi: 10.1177/1742395314567926

Boothroyd, R. A., Peters, R. H., Armstrong, M. I., Rynearson-Moody, S., & Caudy, M.* (2014, on-line first). Psychometric properties of the Simple Screening Instrument for Substance Abuse (SSI-SA). Evaluation & the Health Professions.doi:10.1177/0163278713490165

Boothroyd, R. A., & Ware, A.* (2014,published on-line). The impact of mental health on perceived oral health care needs. (in press). Evaluation & the Health Professions.doi:10.1177/0163278714537271

Boothroyd, R. A., Evans, M. E., Chen, H. J., Boustead, R., & Blanch, A. K. (2014, published on-line) An assessment of conflict and its management in systems of care for children with mental, emotional, and behavioral problems and their families. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. doi: 10.1007/s11414-014-9448-1

Boothroyd, R. A., Peters, R. H., Armstrong, M. I., Rynearson-Moody, S., & Caudy, M.* (2013, published on-line). Psychometric properties of the Simple Screening Instrument for Substance Abuse (SSI-SA). Evaluation & the Health Professions.doi:10.1177/0163278713490165

Beom, S. Lee, B. S., Sen, P. K., Park, N. S., Boothroyd, R. A., Peters, R. H., & Chiriboga, D. (2014). A clustering method to identify who benefits most from the treatment group in clinical trials. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. 2, 723-734. doi: 10.1080/21642850.2014.924857