Bloch, Philippe

 

Photovoice as a tool to understand the experience of stigma among individuals with serious mental illnesses.
Russinova, Z., Mizock, L., & Bloch, P. (2017). Stigma and Health.

Exploring the work lives of adults with serious mental illness from a vocational psychology perspective.
Millner, Uma Chandrika; Rogers, Erna Sally; Bloch, Philippe; Costa, William; Pritchett, Sharon; Woods, Tracy (2015).  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 62(4), 642-654.

Patient navigation and financial incentives to promote smoking cessation in an underserved primary care population: A randomized controlled trial protocol.
Quintiliani, L., Russinova, Z., Bloch, P., Truong, V., Xuan, Z., Pbert, L., and Lasser, K. (2015). Contemporary Clinical Trials, 45, Part B, 449-457.

Vocational Empowerment Photovoice Leader’s Guide.
Restrepo, M., Gagne, C., Russinova, Z., Bloch, P., Pritchett, S., Woods, T., and Nicolellis, D. (2015)Boston, MA: Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

Vocational Empowerment Photovoice Workbook.
Restrepo, M., Gagne,C., Russinova, Z., Bloch, P., Pritchett, S., Woods, T., and Nicolellis, D. (2015). Boston, MA: Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation.

A randomized controlled trial of a peer-run anti-stigma photovoice intervention.
Russinova, Z., Rogers, E. S., Gagne, C., Bloch, P., Drake, K., & T., Mueser. K. (2014).
Psychiatric Services, (65)2, 242-246.

Predictors of financial self-sufficiency among Social Security beneficiaries with psychiatric disabilities.
Russinova, Z., Rogers, E.S., Ellison, M.L., Bloch, P., Lyass, A., & Wewiorski, N. (2013).
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 38(1), 49-66.

Workplace prejudice and discrimination toward individuals with mental illnesses
Russinova, Z., Griffin, S., Bloch, P., Wewiorski, N. & Rosoklija, I. (2011).
Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 35(3), 227-241.

Patterns of employment among individuals with mental illness in vocational recovery.
Russinova, Z., Bloch, P. P., & Lyass, A. (2007).
Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 45(12), 48-54.