Camille Beckette Warner, PhD
- The self-care practices of elderly adults, with a special focus on race and ethnicity issues
- Inequality in health care
- Research methodology
- Co-Principal Investigator: Effects of Spiritual and Adaptive Coping on Depression and Self-Management among Older Women with Chronic Illness
- Former Project Manager & Co-Investigator for The Grandmother Study (Carol Musil, Principal Investigator)
- Medical Sociology
- Research Methods
- Social Justice
- B.A. in Sociology, Miami University
- M.A. in Sociology, Case Western Reserve University
- Ph.D. in Sociology, Case Western Reserve University
Warner, C.B., Roberts, A.R., Jeanblanc, A.B. and Adams, K.B. (In Press). Coping resources, loneliness and depressive symptoms of older women with chronic illness. Journal of Applied Gerontology.
Musil, C.M., Givens, S.A., Jeanblanc, A.B., Zauszniewski, J.A., Warner, C.B. & Toly, V.A. (InPress). Grandmothers and self-management of depressive symptoms. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, doi: 10.1016/j.apnu.2016.11.008
Musil, C.M. Zauszniewski, J.C., Burant, C.J., Toly, V.A., and Warner, C. B. (2016) Evaluating an online resourcefulness training intervention pilot test using six critical parameters. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development. doi:10.1177/0091415015623552
Roberts, A.R, Adams, K.A. and Warner, C.B. (2016). Effects of Chronic Illness on Daily Life andBarriers to Self-Care for Older Women: A Mixed Methods Exploration Journal of Women and Aging.