Dr. Salkever has coauthored with current Public Policy students and former students (now alumni); Most recently he has coauthored with Stephen Johnston, Michael Abrams, Kevin Baier, and Brent Gibbons:
Johnston S, Salkever DS, Ialongo NS, Slade EP, and Stuart EA. (2017) Estimating the economic value of information for screening in disseminating and targeting effective school-based preventive interventions: an illustrative example. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research44 (6):932-942.
Stephen Johnston is a doctoral candidate in the School of Public Policy at UMBC and works full time as the director, Real World Data Analytics and Research, Johnson and Johnson.
Salkever D, Abrams M, Baier K, and Gibbons B. (2018). Impacting entry into evidence-based supported employment: a population-based empirical analysis of a statewide public mental health program. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research,45(2):328-341.
Michael Abrams, Ph.D. ‘15 is conducting research and teaching courses in the Health, Administration and Policy program at UMBC. Kevin Baier, Ph.D.’17 is a policy analyst at Westat; and Brent Gibbons, Ph.D. ‘13 is the Deputy Director for the Centre for Health Services and Policy Research and a teaching courses in the School of Public Health, National University, Singapore