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Maya Helene Doyle


Assistant Professor of Social Work

BA, The State University of New York, University At Buffalo Law; MSW, PhD, New York University School of Social Work

School of Health Sciences

Courses


SW 506

Human Behavior in the Social Environment I: Theories of Practice - Fall 2017

SW 601

Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice - Fall 2017

SW 600

Advanced Field Education Practicum In Health/Behavioral Health I - Fall 2017

Organization

Social Work

Phone Number

(203) 582-7844

Mail Drop

NH-HSC

Email

Maya.Doyle@quinnipiac.edu

Selected Publications


Doyle, M., & Werner-Lin, A. (2015). That eagle covering me: transitioning and connected autonomy for emerging adults with cystinosis. Pediatric Nephrology, 1-11. doi: 10.1007/s00467-014-2921-5 Doyle, M. (2014). Peer Support and Mentorship in a US Rare Disease Community: Findings from the Cystinosis in Emerging Adulthood Study. The Patient - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research, 1-9. doi: 10.1007/s40271-014-0085-9 Werner-Lin A., Doyle M. (2013). Medical Illness. Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide: Social Work. Oxford University Press, USA. Werner-Lin A., Hoskins LM, Doyle MH, Greene MH. (2012). 'Cancer doesn't have an age': Genetic testing and cancer risk management in BRCA1/2 mutation-positive women aged 18-24. Health, 16(6), 636-54. Doyle, M., Siegel, R., & Supe, K. (2006). Stages of change and transitioning in adolescent patients with obesity and hypertension. Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease, 13(4): 386-393.

Selected Workshops & Presentations


2014 Davidson, L., Doyle, M, Silver, E. Posters: “Transitioning Practices across an Urban Academic Healthcare Network” and “Resources and Multidisciplinary support in Healthcare Transition”. 6th Annual Health Care Transition Research Consortium Research Symposium. Houston, TX 2013 Doyle, M. “‘That Eagle Covering Me’: Transitioning and Connected Autonomy for Emerging Adults with Cystinosis”. International Pediatric Nephrology Congress. Shanghai, China. 2013 Doyle, M. “Cystinosis in Emerging Adulthood: Healthcare Transitioning and Living with Illness”. Sixth Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Chicago, Il. 2013 “Being/Going Public: Emerging Adults in a Rare Disease Community”. Society for Social Work Research. San Diego, CA.

Research Interests


Honors & Awards


Jan 2014 Society for Social Work Research, Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award July 2013 Cystinosis Research Network, “Heroes among Us” award

Educational Background


BA (1994), English & Medieval Studies MSW (1994) & PhD (2013), New York University