PATRICK THOMAS PANOS portrait
  • Director of Global Education and Outreach, College of Social Work, College Of Social Work
  • Associate Professor, College Of Social Work
  • Associate Professor of Social Work (Tenured), College Of Social Work

Research Statement

        I am a social worker.  Consequently, I have deeply held values and beliefs regarding equality, human rights, and the innate dignity and worth of every human being.  I therefore passionately seek the fulfillment of the primary mission of social work, which is:

... to enhance human well being and help meet the basic human needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are vulnerable, oppressed, and living in poverty... [and] promote social justice and social change.  (Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers, 2008)

 

            As a result, my career and personal life are reflective of these deeply held values and beliefs, as can be seen in a review of my research agenda, philosophy of teaching, and commitment to service. 

My Research Agenda

            In general, my research agenda is focused upon developing a new model of community development.  A common definition of community development is the empowerment of marginalized individuals and groups of people by providing these groups with the skills they need to affect change within their own communities.  In particular, I am concentrated on using distant learning technologies to reach isolated and under-resourced, rural communities (at a local, national, and international level) to develop, maintain, and improve their social and mental health services. There are three concurrent components to my research agenda.  My current efforts are mainly focused on the first component, which is to establish the state-of-the-art distant learning infrastructure, within the University of Utah’s (U of U’s) College of Social Work, needed to reach isolated, rural communities.  In other words, the first component of my research agenda is to establish the capacity that is needed to complete the other two components of my agenda.

The Distance Learning Component of My Research Agenda

            The University of Utah’s (U of U’s) Distant Learning Bachelors of Social Work (BSW) Program is designed to work in partnership with community colleges near or within the targeted isolated, rural communities using a “two-plus-two” model.  Specifically, students from isolated, rural communities will obtain an associates degree at the partner institution to fulfill lower-division requirements for a BSW (the first two years of their education), and then enter the U of U’s BSW distance learning program that will be held within the partner institution, to complete the upper-division requirements for their degree (the second two years).  The primary goals of the program are to: 1) Provide local students on the access to a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited Bachelors of Social Work (BSW) degree granting program at the partnering local colleges within the community; 2) Build community capacity by increasing the number of trained and credentialed faculty at the local institutions; and 3) Increase the number of culturally-appropriate mental health service professionals within the isolated, rural communities. 

            The successful implementation of the distant learning program will provide students access to the professional training needed to work in a wide variety of social service agencies responding to the critical needs of under-serviced communities, including: child welfare, juvenile justice, geriatric support, Veterans Affairs, homelessness, substance abuse counseling, mental health, school counseling, delinquency, family support, mental retardation, medicine, domestic violence, foster care and adoptions, etc.  The provisions of social work services have a dramatic impact on the quality of life within isolated and rural community.  Moreover, communities will be better served by an education program that trains mental health and human service professionals in a culturally-relevant manner.  Over time, this will translate to a strengthening of community values and identity which, in turn, will reduce the incidence of health- and behavior-related disorders among the local population.

            Programmatically and educationally, the BSW distance learning program is focused beyond simply educating students.  Rather, the program is also designed to build the local community’s capacity to meet its own needs through the development of its own educational resources.  Thus, the ultimate goal of the project is to develop and sustain the capacities of the rural, isolated communities to educate local students, in order to meet their own social service needs, in a manner that is supportive to their culture and responsive to their own unique needs.   Consequently, in addition to transmitting class from the U of U campus in Salt Lake City (SLC), Utah, to the community college campuses, tuition monies will be used to hire mentors at the end-site classrooms.  These mentors will be recruited from partner institution faculty and local professional.  They will attend the classes to assist with “in-class” activities, support the students, and in grading of assignments.  The U of U faculty who are conducting the classes from SLC will work directly with the mentors to assist in their professional development.  The eventual goal is to develop the mentors’ abilities and talent sufficiently that they can eventual assume direct responsibility for the class.

            In addition to teacher development, the BSW distance learning program is designed to support the professional development of the different social service agencies within the community.  Therefore, the distant education facilities established by this project will be used to develop web-based training and instruction video resources for the professional community and transmitted to local agencies.

            Finally, The U of U’s BSW distance learning program will be used to engage in participatory outcome evaluations (as described in a subsequent section)  that will greatly add to both the education of the student and the support of local social service agencies.  As a Tier One research university, the U of U is capable of bringing unique resources to this project that will provide valuable support to the agencies that is typically unavailable to geographically isolated communities.  Students admitted to the Joint BSW program will also be able to access some unique programmatic resources as they participate in agency-based outcome evaluation research in coordination with their field practicum experience.  Specifically, students will be encourage and supported in applying for Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) grants through the U of U (http://www.urop.utah.edu/).  The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) provides undergraduate students and faculty members the opportunity to work together on research or creative projects. UROP provides assistantships up to $1800 over two semesters to work on agency-based research. Thus, UROP grants can provide the personnel funding agencies will need to conduct the outcome evaluations within their programs.  Student benefit personally through the financial support and experience they gain as they participate in outcome evaluation research that benefits the agencies in which they serve and learn

            Self-Assessment of the Distance Learning Component of My Research Agenda.  In 2011, the U.S. Department of Agriculture awarded the U of U’s BSW program a $142,244 through their Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program to establish our distance education program.  This grant will allow for two classroom to be equipt with distance learning equipment on the U of U main campus, as well as a classroom on each of the Hopi and Apache reservations on the campus of Northland Pioneer College, who is our partnering community college.  This grant will  allow us to fully implement and maintain our distance learning program in St. George, Utah; Second Mesa, Arizona (Hopi Reservation); and Whiteriver, Arizona (Apache Reservation).  Additionally, during this last year, the U of U’s BSW program has submitted a proposal for a new $339,998 grant with the U.S.  U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program to fund the conversion of two additional classrooms on the U of U’s main campus, and three classrooms on the Navajo reservation at Tsaile, Arizona; Kayenta, Arizona; and Ship Rock, New Mexico. 

The International and Cross-Cultural Component of My Research Agenda

            The distance education model and infrastructure which is being established within the BSW program provides unique opportunities for international and cross-cultural research.  As mentioned previously, a distance education class has already been established in St. George; and classes on the Hopi reservation are planned for Fall 2011, and on and the Apache reservation for Fall 2012.  Because the exact same class is being streamed to each location, and all classes are graded with the same criteria and assignments, an exciting  naturalistic experiment is established.  As part of our maintenance of our CSWE accreditation, 41 different skills and competencies are being assessed throughout our program.  By examining differences between performance in St. George and U of U main campus students (places with similar student demographics), variability due to the distance  education process can be identified.  In similar fashion, comparisons can be made with three distinct cultural groups (the Hopi, Apache, and Navajo peoples), with the variability for distance learning being taken into account.  In this manner, specific cultural needs and understanding differences can be identified and addressed.  Additionally, as distance education locations are added to different locations throughout the world (depending upon faculty interest), more cultural comparisons can be made.  Finally, UROP grants can be used to establish and support culture specific research within each distance education supported region, using student researchers. 

            Currently, the U of U’s BSW Program, in partnership with Harvard University and Qatar University, is proposing to expand the use of the distance education model described above to train and supervise social service and mental health professionals in refugee camps around the world.  Initially, this model will be used to assist Somalian refugees in Kenya, and Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza by training social service workers, who are culturally sensitive to the needs of muslim refugees living in the camps.  We are making this proposal with the support of Nemia Temporal, the Deputy Representative to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and Adnan Husseini, the Palestinian Governor in Jerusalem.  It is anticipated that our model will allow us to develop culturally appropriate curriculum to address the needs of these refugee populations in particular, and muslim refugees in general. 

            Self-Assessment of the International and Cross-Cultural Component of My Research Agenda.  Currently, I am working with several faculty members in setting-up a detailed, state of the art assessment program needed to conduct both the teaching objective and cultural differences assessments.  For example, we are currently training in-class observers to assist in assessing  every class taught in the distance learning program.  The initial evaluation will focus on assessing the training of social workers in St. George and comparing these efforts with the teaching that will occur on the Hopi and Apache reservations.

            Additionally, I am currently engaging in foundational work needed to expand our program internationally.  As stated above, the BSW program, in partnership with Harvard University and Qatar University, has been invited to submit a written proposal for a multi-million dollar, six-year Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF) grant.  This grant is currently being written and will be submitted by September 2011. 

The Participatory Outcome-Evaluation Component of My Research Agenda

            As described above, many of our distance education students will be involved in agency-based research, leading to UROP grants, as part of ongoing research projects.  The ongoing research projects will comprise the third component of my research agenda.

            Background: Within the disciplines of social work and psychology, Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) has become a major focus of professional research and interest.  Dr. Barry Cournoyer (2004), head of the Social Work Education Assessment Initiative, defined EBP in social work as follows:

Evidence-based social work is the mindful and systematic identification, analysis, evaluation, and synthesis of evidence of practice effectiveness as a primary part of an integrative and collaborative process concerning the selection and application of service to members of target client groups. (p.4)

 

            My research agenda falls within a sub-specialty of EBP known as Participatory Outcome Evaluation. Participatory outcome evaluation is an evaluation method that has been used extensively in international community development and is becoming more common in community development in the U.S. It relies heavily on program/organization stakeholders and participants to guide the evaluation process, particularly in determining the outcomes that are important to measure and in analyzing the evaluation data (Success Measures Project, 2007; also see Taylor, Bryan, & Goodrich, 2004; Deploy, 2008). 

            My Areas of Research Interest Within The Participatory Outcome Evaluation Field:  In particular, my research focuses on participatory outcome evaluation within social service and mental health agencies that are seeking to increase the resiliency of families who have suffered trauma, including war, crime, disease, poverty, and mental illness.  The goal of this research is to gather then apply research evidence to improve treatment effectiveness and to guide clinical decision-making in the delivery of social work services to vulnerable and underserved populations who have suffered trauma.  In other words, my research agenda is to provide each agency the evidenced needed to guide decisions and establish criteria regarding the diagnosis, management and treatment of their clients. 

            The initial focus of the participatory outcome evaluation process is to accurately identify the treatment and interventional goals and objectives of the specific agency being assisted (see Taylor, Bryan, & Goodrich, 2004; Deploy, 2008).  Consequently, according to the standards established within this area of professional research, the first step in the participatory outcome evaluation process is to bring the project donor(s), the project team (staff and management), and the beneficiary representatives to identify the unique project goals and objectives within the given program being examined.  This is a lengthy and involved process better described elsewhere (Mulwa, 2007; Ukaga & Maser, 2004), however, in brief, the goal is to identify the intuitive clinical goals and procedures that are being used to illicit change in the target clients within the unique setting or situation in which services are provided. Once the unique clinical goals and methods are identified, then the specific assessment methods and tools needed to measure those goals and objectives in a process that is well described within the field of participatory outcome evaluation (see Taylor, Bryan, & Goodrich, 2004; Deploy, 2008).  Once the initial outcome evaluation data is gathered, it is presented to project donor(s), the project team (staff and management), and the beneficiary representatives project donor(s), the project team (staff and management), and the beneficiary representatives to determine the data’s appropriateness and usefulness in improving treatment and guiding clinical decision-making.  A reiterative process is then undertaken with participants to further refine the assessment process and tools until the effectiveness of outcome data to guide decision-making and establish criteria regarding the diagnosis, management and treatment of their clients is maximized.  Finally, these refined assessment methods and tools can then be introduced to similar agencies for cross-cultural comparisons to determine which factors are generalizable and which are unique to individual agencies; thus, allowing for the establishment of evidence-based treatment and practice guidelines. 

            Self-Assessment Participatory Outcome-Evaluation Component of My Research Agenda.  Currently, I am working with the College of Social Work’s Social Research Institute (SRI) and the Utah Criminal Justice Center, to make federal grant proposals to support in-agency, community-based research that addresses the needs of agencies in rural Utah and on the Hopi and Apache reservations.  We are currently visiting with agencies within these communities to identify appropriate and needed projects.  

Presentations

  • Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. A Collaboration Connecting To The World: An Innovative Partnership Between 3 Universities To Provide Higher Education To Refugee Camps. Paper presented at the 2017 World Education Day- 2017, Dalian, Peoples Republic of China. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 09/2017.
  • Panos, A. and Panos, P. (October, 2016) Developing a More Global Curriculum. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Asia Symposium, Japanese Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/09/2016.
  • Panos, A. and Panos, P. (October, 2016) Developing a More Global Curriculum. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Asia Symposium, Japanese Women’s University, Tokyo, Japan. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2016.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., & Gerritsen-McKane, R. Preliminary Results Of A Village Level Randomized Clinical Trial (RCT) Examining The Impact And Effectiveness Of Care For Life’s Family Preservation Program In Mozambique. (June, 2016). Poster presented at the Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development, Seoul, Republic of (South) Korea. Poster, Presented, 06/29/2016.
  • Panos, A, Panos, P, & Hunter, R. (June 2016). Promoting the worth and dignity of people: Use of yoga to enhance mental health amongst refugees detained in camps along the Mynamar/Thai border. Paper presented to at the Joint Workd Conference on Social Work, Education, and Social Development (SWSD), Seoul, Republic of (South) Korea. Presentation, Presented, 06/28/2016.
  • Panos, P.T. (June, 2016). Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Disorders for Security Personnel. Presentation made at the 8th Annual Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/16/2016.
  • Panos, P.T. (June, 2016). Autism, Asperger’s, & PDD for Security Personnel. Presentation made at the 8th Annual Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/16/2016.
  • Delong-Hamilton, T., Freedman, D., Panos, P., Gerritsen-McKane, R., Christenson, B., & Krase, K.,. Using SWEAP Stan To Promote Excellence. (April, 2016). Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD), Dallas, TX. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/02/2016.
  • Christenson, B., Gerritsen-McKane, R., Krase, K., Panos, P., Delong-Hamilton, T., & Freedman, D. Developing a Standardized Field Instruments: The SWEAP Filed Placement/Practicum Assessment Instrument. (March, 2016). Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD), Dallas, TX. Presentation, Presented, 03/29/2016.
  • Panos, A,. & Panos, P. , & Chang, J. Families of Sewol Ferry Disaster Victims: Barriers to the Grieving and Healing Process. (March, 2016). Paper presented at the 2016 Disaster Psychosocial Conference, Vancouver, Canada. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/23/2016.
  • Panos, P.T. , Weldon, D., Goldsmith, D., Anderson, C., Chacon, A., Nitsche, A., Davis, C., & Williams, D. (May, 2016). Disaster Resources for Children and Adolescents. Workshop panel presentation presented at the 2016 State of Utah Crisis Counseling Workshop, Salt Lake City, UT . Panel, Presented, 05/23/2015.
  • Panos, A., Panos, P.T., & Gerritsen-McKane, R. (July, 2013). New frontiers in refugee education and support: Social work education in refugee camps. Paper present at the 18th Biennial International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Conference, Kampala, Uganda. Conference Paper, Refereed, Accepted, 07/2013.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., & Gerritsen-McKane, R. (July, 2013). New frontiers in community development: the care- for-life model. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Conference, Kampala, Uganda. Conference Paper, Refereed, Accepted, 07/2013.
  • Gerritsen-McKane, R., Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (July, 2013). New frontiers in refugee resettlement. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Conference, Kampala, Uganda. Conference Paper, Refereed, Accepted, 07/2013.
  • Panos, P.T. (May, 2013). The ethics and politics of global social work research. Presentation made at the Universidade Pedagógica Moçambique- Beira Branch, Beira, Mozambique. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/2013.
  • Gerritsen-McKane, R., Rodenhiser, R.W., Panos, P.T., Krase, K.S., Delong-Hamilton, T., Buchan, V.V., & Christenson, B., & (March, 2013). Beyond the classroom: Using BEAP to evaluate your program. Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD), Myrtle Beach, SC. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2013.
  • Delong-Hamilton, T., Buchan, V.V., Christenson, B., Rodenhiser, R.W., Gerritsen-McKane, R., Krase, K.S., & Panos, P.T. (March, 2013). BEAP and beyond: Evaluating your program for EPAS. Pre-conference workshop presentation made at the 30th Annual Conference of the Association of Baccalaureate Social Work Program Directors (BPD), Myrtle Beach, SC. Presentation, Presented, 03/2013.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., & Gerritsen-McKane, R. (July, 2012). Street children: Underlying causes of family breakdown in Latin America. Paper presented at the 2012 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Stockholm, Sweden. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2012.
  • Gerritsen-McKane, R., Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. (July, 2012). An international distance education model for capacity building in rural and isolated communities. Paper presented at the 2012 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Stockholm, Sweden. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2012.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., Suchi, J., Sheffield, W., & Panos, A. (January, 2011). Research demonstrates HIV/AIDS rates are being reduced by the Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Program. Paper present at the 17th International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Symposium, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 01/2011.
  • Gerritsen-McKane, R., Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. (January, 2011). Top twelve challenges in establishing international social work education and research partnerships and how to overcome them. Paper present at the 17th International Consortium for Social Development (ICSD) Symposium, Dhaka, Bangladesh.(ICSD) Symposium, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 01/2011.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., & Gerritsen-McKane, R. (December, 2010). Assessing for trauma & evaluating treatment. Workshop presentation made at the 2010 Congreso Internacional JUCON Por Un Mundo Sin Violencia, Puebla, Mexico. Presentation, Presented, 12/2010.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. (June, 2010). Survey of all 2009 international field placements by CSWE accredited schools. Paper presented at the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, China. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/2010.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (June, 2010). Resiliency factors in street children in Mexico: A follow-up study. Poster presentation made at the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, China. Poster, Presented, 06/2010.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Gerritsen-McKane, R., & Cox, S.E. (June, 2010). The use of cultural scripts by international social workers to promote healthy behaviors to prevent HIV/AIDS transmission in sub-Sahara Africa. Paper presented at the 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development, Hong Kong, China. Presentation, Presented, 06/2010.
  • Panos, P.T., Cox, S.E., Boyle, S. (November, 2009). Follow-up survey of all CSWE schools participating in international field placements. Paper presented at the 55th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), San Antonio, TX. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2009.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E., & Obadiah, J.S. (November, 2009). Effectiveness of Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Program in Kenya. Proceedings of the 3rd Colloquium of the Network of African Family Scholars at Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2009.
  • Panos, P.T. (July, 2009). ). Effectiveness of the Stay Alive HIV/AIDS Prevention Program in Kenya: An independent outcome evaluation of a life skills and empowerment program. Paper presented at the Harvard’s School of Public Health’s (HSPH’s) Culminating Experience Seminar, Boston, MA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/2009.
  • Sheffield, W.W., Cox, S.E., Marett, K., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2008). Critical Case reflections: Powerful tool for evaluating the integration of theory and practice. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Philadelphia, PA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2008.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., Panos, P.T., & Mallory, D. (November, 2008). Pain or gain: Impact of social work interns on community service agencies. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Philadelphia, PA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2008.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (June, 2008). Bringing them home: Helping returning veterans with post-war adjustment. University of Utah School of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Prevention, Salt Lake City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/2008.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., & Shefield, W.W. (October 2007). Managing international field placements: How to avoid being eaten by a crocodile. Proceeding of the Council of Social Work Education's 53rd Annual Program Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Conference Paper, Presented, 10/2007.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., & Sheffield, W.W. (October, 2007). Managing international filed placements: How to avoid being eaten by crocodiles. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), San Francisco, CA. Presentation, Presented, 10/2007.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., & Panos, P.T. (May, 2007). Weekly family meeting: A too for strengthening families across the world. A paper presented at the World Congress of Families IV, Warsaw, Poland. Presentation, Presented, 05/2007.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2006). Resiliency factors in street children . Poster presentation made at the 20th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Hollywood, CA. Presentation, Presented, 11/2006.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. & Lane, A. (August, 2006) JUCONI: A tested successful program for dealing with street children and their families. A paper presented at the Global Social Work Congress- 2006, Santiago, Chile. Presentation, Presented, 08/2006.
  • Sheffield, W.W., Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. (July, 2006). Stay Alive: A proven skills, family and abstinence based approach to HIV/AIDS prevention.. Proceedings of the 7th World Policy Forum, Provo, UT. Conference Paper, Presented, 07/2006.
  • Panos, P.T. (March, 2006). Stay Alive Program outcome evaluation. Presentation made at the 2006 AIDs Day Symposium, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 03/2006.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2005). Compassion fatigue in trauma workers after pediatric death. Poster presentation made at the 19th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Poster, Presented, 11/2005.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2005). Compassion fatigue in trauma workers after pediatric death .A paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Presentation, Presented, 11/2005.
  • Panos, P.T. (April, 2005). Use of technology in field supervision: Issues and concerns. Presentation made as part of two-day inservice on technology made to the Commission on Accreditation (COA) Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), Alexandria, VA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 04/2005.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (March, 2005). Recent advances in technology for social work clinical applications: Neuromodulation,EEG-real time neurofeedback, brain computer interfaces, and 3 D visualization and feedback. A paper presented at the 51st Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)- Jointly held with the 8th South Carolina University Technology Conference, New York, NY. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2005.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, A.Panos, P.T, & Sheffield, W. (February, 2005). The impact of "Stay Alive": An HIV/AIDS educational program in Africa. Paper presented at the 51st Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Jointly held with the 8th South Carolina University Technology Conference. New York, NY. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2005.
  • Panos, A., Panos, P., & Bailey, A. (February, 2005). An evaluation of follow-up interventions for trauma workers after pediatric death. Poster presentation at the 8th World Congress on Stress, Trauma, and Coping, Baltimore, MD. Poster, Presented, 02/2005.
  • Panos, A., Panos, P., & Libby, R. (February, 2005). Factors increasing the effectiveness of a trauma inoculation program. Poster presentation at the 8th World Congress on Stress, Trauma, and Coping, Baltimore, MD. Poster, Presented, 02/2005.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2004). Survival from domestic violence: Stories of hope and healing. A media presentation given at the 20th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), New Orleans, LA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2004.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (November, 2004). Resiliency factors in children and families affected by war. A paper presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), New Orleans, LA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2004.
  • Oosthuysen, K.S., Cox, S.E., & Panos, P.T. (October, 2004). Where in the world? Web information on international placement. A paper presented at the Global Social Work Congress- 2004, Adelaide, Australia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2004.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., Panos, P.T., Simmons, C., & Simmons, D. (October, 2004). A weekly family meeting as a treatment model for resolution of family problems. A paper presented at the Global Social Work Congress- 2004, Adelaide, Australia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2004.
  • Panos, P.T., Sheffield, M., Sheffield, W.W., & Cox, S.E. (October, 2004). International WEB based field management realisations of the “What Ifs. A paper presented at the Global Social Work Congress- 2004, Adelaide, Australia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2004.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., Panos, P.T., & Panos, A. (October, 2004). Stay Alive: An HIV/AIDS prevention program in Central Africa. A paper presented at the Global Social Work Congress- 2004, Adelaide, Australia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2004.
  • Panos, P.T., Anderson, A.L., Panos, A., & Cox, S.E. (March, 2004). JUCONI: A model for meeting the needs of street children and their families. A paper presented in Spanish at the 3rd World Congress of Families- Regional Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2004.
  • Sheffield, W.W., Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E. (March, 2004). Stay Alive: A family based deterrent to the spread of HIV/AIDs. A paper presented in Spanish at the 3rd World Congress of Families- Regional Meeting, Mexico City, Mexico. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2004.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (March, 2004). Suvivors of conflict: Resiliency factors in young refugees. A media presentation given at “Voices Out Of Conflict: Young People Affected By Forced Migration and Political Crisis,” a King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Foundation of St. Catharine’s Cumberland Lodge Conference, Windsor, England. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2004.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., Sheffield, M, & Panos, P.T. (February, 2004). WEB based field management: Realizations of the “What Ifs”. A paper to be presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)- Jointly held with the 7th South Carolina University Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2004.
  • Cox, S.E., Sheffield, W.W., Panos, P.T., & Hart, E.J. (February, 2004). Where in the world? Web Information on international placements. A paper to be presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education CSWE)- Jointly held with the 7th South Carolina University Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2004.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E., & Sheffield, M. (February, 2004). New technologies in film and digital editing for cross-cultural, qualitative social work research. A paper to be presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)- Jointly held with the 7th South Carolina University Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2004.
  • Freddolino, P., Regan. J.A., Potts, M., Menon, G., McNutt, J., Schoech, D., Gant, L., Holden, G., Gerbino, S. Grodney, S., & Panos, P. (February, 2004). Integrating technology in the social work core curriculum. A panel discussion presentation presented at the 50th Annual Program Meeting (APM) of the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)- Jointly held with the 7th South Carolina University Technology Conference, Anaheim, CA. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2004.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Pompa, J., & Cochran, G. (November, 2003). Breve terapia familiar Integrativa funcional. [Brief Integrative functional family therapy]. Two-day workshop presented at JUCONI Street Child Program, Puebla, Mexico. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/2003.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P. (July, 2003). Challenges of refugee families: International policies do matter. Proceedings of the 4th World Policy Forum, Provo, UT. Conference Paper, Presented, 07/2003.
  • Panos, A, & Panos, P. (February, 2003). A longitudinal study of the effectiveness of interventions in dealing with victims of a hospital hostage situation. Proceeding of the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation 7th World Congress on Stress, Trauma & Coping, Baltimore, MD. Conference Paper, Presented, 02/2003.
  • Panos, P.T., & Roby, J. (February, 2003). Video supervision of internationally placed field students: Legal and ethical developments. Paper presented at the 49th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, Georgia. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2003.
  • Panos, A. & Panos, P. (February, 2003). A longitudinal study of the effectiveness of interventions in dealing with victims of a hospital hostage siege. Poster presented at the 7th World Congress on Stress, Trauma and Coping, Baltimore, Maryland. Poster, Presented, 02/2003.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P. (November, 2002). A 10–year evaluation of interventions to address workplace violence. Poster presentation made at the 18th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), Baltimore, Maryland. Poster, Presented, 11/2002.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., Cox, S., Matheson, K., & Roby, J. (August, 2002). Update on ethical issues concerning the use of videoconferencing to supervise international social work field practicum students. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Technology Conference for Social Work Education and Practice, Charleston, South Carolina. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/2002.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., Cox, S., Galbraith, J., & Roby, J. (July, 2002). Update: a comprehensive review of ethics governing web-based supervision of international field practicum students. Proceeding of Congress 2002 of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montpellier, France. Conference Paper, Presented, 07/2002.
  • Panos, A., Panos, P., Cox, S., Galbraith, J., & Matheson, K. (July, 2002). Practical considerations to using videoconferencing to supervise international field practicum students. Proceeding of Congress 2002 of the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montpellier, France. Conference Paper, Presented, 07/2002.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., Matheson, K.W., & Sheffield, M. (February, 2002). An easily used student and agency data base for field practicum education. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Nashville, Tennessee. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2002.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E., Matheson, K.W., & Galbraith, J. (February, 2002). Challenges and benefits of web videoconferencing to supervise international field practicum students. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Program Meeting of the Council on Social Work Education, Nashville, Tennessee. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 02/2002.
  • Panos, P.T., Roby, J.L., Cox, S.E., Panos, A, & Galbraith, J. (September, 2001). 21st century issues: A comprehensive review of international laws governing web based supervision. Paper accepted for presentation at the 5th Annual Technology Conference For Social Work Education and Practice- Jointly held with the 6th HUman Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA) International Conference], Charleston, South Carolina. [Presentation cancelled due to September 11, 2001 bombing of World Trade Center]. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 09/2001.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., Matheson, K.W., & Sheffield, M. (September, 2001). In living color: An easily used student and agency data base. Paper accepted for presentation at the 5th Annual Technology Conference For Social Work Education and Practice- Jointly held with the 6th HUman Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA) International Conference], Charleston, South Carolina. [Presentation cancelled due to September 11, 2001 bombing of World Trade Center]. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 09/2001.
  • Cox, S.E., Panos, P.T., & Matheson, K.W. (July/August, 2001). A weekly meeting treatment modality: An intervention of strengthening family relationships. Paper presented at the 16th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference, International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), Singapore. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2001.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (July/August, 2001). A case study of an employer coalition to address the social problems and health needs of international immigrants and refugees. Paper presented at the 16th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference, International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), Singapore. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2001.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E., Matheson, K.W., & Galbraith, J. (July/August, 2001). A comprehensive review of international laws governing the web-based supervision of international social work students using video conferencing. Paper presented at the 16th Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference, International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), Singapore. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2001.
  • Panos, P.T., Roby, J.L., Cox, S.E., Panos, A, & Galbraith, J. (2001). 21st Century issues: A comprehensive review of international laws governing web based supervision. Proceedings of The 5th Annual Technology Conference For Social Work Education and Practice- [Jointly held with the 6th HUman Services Information Technology Applications (HUSITA) International Conference], Charleston, South Carolina. Conference Paper, Presented, 06/2001.
  • Panos, P., & Panos A. (November, 2000). PTSD treatment in children: Move in the rhythm of the child. Presentation made at the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), San Antonio, Texas. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/2000.
  • Panos, P., Cox, S., Galbraith, J., & Panos, A. (August, 2000). Using video conferencing and web based applications for supervision, research, and training. Paper presented at the 4th Annual Technology Conference for Social Work Education and Practice, Charleston, South Carolina. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/2000.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., Cox, S. (July/August, 2000). A model of supervision, training, and research using video conferencing. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montréal, Québec, Canada. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2000.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P. (July/August, 2000). An employer-based model of social work practice for international immigrants and refugees. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montréal, Québec, Canada. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/2000.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P. (2000). An employer-based model of social work practice for international immigrants and refugees. Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montréal, Québec, Canada . Conference Paper, Presented, 06/2000.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., & Cox, S. (2000). A model of supervision, training, and research using video conferencing Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work, Montréal, Québec, Canada. Conference Paper, Presented, 06/2000.
  • Panos, P. (October, 1999). Grand rounds: Developmental neuropsychology. Presentation at the Utah State Hospital Neuropsychiatric Ground Rounds, Provo, Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/1999.
  • Panos, P., & Porter, S. (November, 1998). Pediatric grand rounds: A case of agenesis of the corpus callosum in a psychiatric inpatient. Paper presented at the 18th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), Washington, DC. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/1998.
  • Porter, S. & Panos, P. (November 1998). An unusual case of congenital agenesis of the corpus callosum in a 11 year-old psychiatric inpatient: A neuropsychological and neuroanatomical study. Paper presented at the San Antonio Neuropsychological Society Grand Rounds, San Antonio Veterans Hospital, San Antonio, Texas. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 11/1998.
  • Panos, P., & Robins, K. (May, 1998). Introduction of a computerized psychological assessment within a mental health facility. Paper presented at the Utah State Mental Health Conference, Park City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 05/1998.
  • Panos, P. (November 1997). Assessment of drug and alcohol problems in multicultural populations. Paper presented at the Indian Health Services Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/1997.
  • Panos, P., Barley, D., & France, R. (May, 1996). Clinical uses of EEG- neurofeedback. Paper presented at the Utah State Mental Health Conference, Park City, Utah. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 05/1996.
  • Panos, P., & Panos, A. (October 1994). Coping with traumatic stress. Workshop sponsored by the Social Development Office, Safat, Kuwait. Televised on the British Broadcasting System. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/1994.
  • Panos, P., & Panos, A. (October 1994). Helping children deal with violence. Workshop sponsored by the Social Development Office, Safat, Kuwait. Televised on the British Broadcasting System. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/1994.
  • Panos, P., & Panos, A. (October 1994). Dealing with grief and loss. Workshop sponsored by the Social Development Office, Safat, Kuwait. Televised on the British Broadcasting System. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/1994.
  • Panos, P., & Panos, A. (December 1993). Establishing a crisis hotline. Paper presented at the International Conference On Traumatic Stress, sponsored by the Social Development Office, Safat, Kuwait. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 12/1993.
  • Panos, P. (1992). Depression: Awareness, recognition, and treatment. Public education seminar sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Provo, Utah. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/1992.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A., & Allred, G. H. (October 1989). Techniques and Theory of Marriage and Family Therapy with Victims of Sexual Abuse. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Multiple Personality/Dissociative States, Chicago, Illinois. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/1989.

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • University of Utah and Northland Pioneer College Distance Education Bachelor of Social Work Program. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2012 - 06/2015. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • State Department Award to Assist JUCONI Street Children's Program. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2010 - 06/2010. Total project budget to date: $2,000.00
  • A Participatory Impact Outcome Evaluation of Four Coordinated Social and Community Development Projects Implemented in 10 Peruvian Villages: Impact on the Childhood Health and Development. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Jowers, K., Gerritsen-McKane, R., McBeth, C., & Boyle, S.. 06/2009 - 06/2010. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Travel award to present at the 3rd Colloquium of the Network of African Family Scholars at Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2009 - 06/2009. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2008 - 06/2008. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Outcome evaluation of the Stay-Alive HIV/AIDs Prevention Program in Kenya, Uganda, and Ghana. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2008 - 06/2008. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2007 - 06/2007. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2006 - 06/2006. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2005 - 06/2005. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2004 - 06/2004. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Family Intervention Training Within a Street Children's Program to Prevent Family Breakdown in Puebla Mexico. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A. & Cox, S.E.. 06/2004 - 06/2004. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts- Continuation grant. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2003 - 06/2003. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Evaluation of the Stay Alive AIDs Prevention Program in Kenya, Africa. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Cox, S.E. & Panos, A.. 06/2003 - 06/2003. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Refugee Resiliency: What Helps Families Survive- A Video Documentary. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A. & Anderson, G.. 06/2002 - 06/2002. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Development of technologies to support international social work humanitarian efforts. PI: Panos, P.T. Co-PI(s): Panos, A.. 06/2002 - 06/2002. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Teaching development grant. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2001 - 06/2001. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Community needs assessment. PI: Cox, S.E. Co-PI(s): Panos, P.T.. 06/2001 - 06/2001. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Distance interactive-video supervision technologies for international social work field placements and research database. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2000 - 06/2000. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Distance clinical supervision for international social work field placements using web technology. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/2000 - 06/2000. Total project budget to date: $0.00
  • Distance interactive-video supervision technologies for international social work placements and research database. PI: Panos, P.T. 06/1999 - 06/2009. Total project budget to date: $0.00

Languages

  • Spanish, functional.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Eastern Africa
  • Eastern Asia

Publications

  • Panos, P.T., Jackson, J., Hasan, O., & Panos, A. (In press). Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review of Randomized Clinical Trials (RCTs) assessing the efficacy of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in treating Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) For suicidality, depression, and attrition. Research on Social Work Practice. Published, 06/2011.
  • Mallory, D., Cox, S.E., & Panos, P.T. (2012). Help or hurt: A participatory outcome evaluation on the impact of university BSW interns on agency placements. Journal Of Teaching In Social Work. Published, 10/23/2012.
    http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08841233.2012.719854
  • Panos, A., Panos, P.T., Steele-Hanselman, C., & Panos, S.T. (2011). The world’s most important resource: The employee contributions to global economic recovery. G20: The Official Publication of the International Chamber of Commerce G20 Advisory Group, Summit 2011, 60-61. Published, 11/2011.
    http://g20summitmagazine.imirus.com/Mpowered/book...
  • Shepard, L.D., Panos, P.T., & Thomas, C. (2010). Perpetuating polygamist tradition: A preliminary qualitative study of Senegalese women. Journal of Global Social Work Practice, 3(1). Published, 05/2010.
    http://www.globalsocialwork.org/vol3no1/Shepard.ht...
  • Pehrson, K.L., Panos, P.T., Cox, S.E., Sorensen, A., & Perkins, M. (2010). Social Workers’ Postgraduate Use of the IFD. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 20(1), 88-103. Published, 01/2010.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Gerritsen-McKane, R, & Frost, C.J. (2009). A discussion regarding why the HIV/AIDS pandemic in sub-Sahara Africa needs global social work practice: The unique capabilities of international social work researchers, educators, and treatment providers. Journal of Global Social Work Practice, 2(2). Published, 11/2009.
    http://www.globalsocialwork.org/vol2no2/Panos.html
  • Pehrson, K.L., Panos, P.T., Larsen, K.L. & Cox, S.E. (2009). Enhancement of the social work field practicum student-supervisor relationship: Utilizing communication styles. Journal of Practice Teaching in Health & Social Work 9(2), 72-92. Published, 04/2009.
  • Panos, P. (2008). The use of technology to support social work field practicum experiences. In P. Freddolino and J.A. Regan (Eds.), Integrating technology in the social work core curriculum. Alexandria, VA: Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Published, 12/2008.
  • Panos, A., & Panos, P.T. (2017). An independent outcome Evaluation of an AIDS/HIV prevention program in Kenyan schools. Journal of Public Health in Developing Countries. Published, 06/2017.
    http://www.jphdc.org/index.php/jphdc/article/view/...
  • Christensen, B.I., Panos, P.T., Krase, K., DeLong-Hamilton, T., Buchan, V.V., Farrel, D., Harris-Jackson, T., & Gerritsen- McKane, R. (2015). Evaluating social work education outcomes: The SWEAP Field Practicum Placement Assessment Instrument (FPPAI). Field Educator, 5.1. Published, 04/2015.
    http://www2.simmons.edu/ssw/fe/i/Hamilton_Outcomes...
  • Duffany, A & Panos, P.T. (2009). Treatment for childhood sex offenders and subsequent recidivism: An outcome study. Research on Social Work Practice, 19(3). 291-303.. Published, 06/2009.
  • Limb, G., Hodge, D., & Panos, P. (2008). Social work with Native people: Orienting child welfare workers to the beliefs, values, and practices of Native American families and children. Journal of Public Child Welfare, 2(3). 383-397. Published, 06/2008.
  • Walley, S. J., Pehrson, K.L., & Panons, P.T. (2006). A validation study of a commonly used military assessment of personality interactional patterns. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal, PB 8-06-3(7/8/9), 59-68. Published, 08/2006.
  • Panos, P.T. (2005). Challenges and benefits to web-based videoconferenceing to supervise international field placement social work students. International Social Works, 48(6), 1-8. Published, 06/2005.
  • Pettys, G.L., Panos, P.T., Cox, S.E., & Oosthusen, K. (2005). Four models of international field placements. International Social Work. 48(3), 277-288. Published, 06/2005.
  • Panos, P.T. (2004). The factior structure of the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale-Expanded (BPRS-E) with geriatric and non-geriatric psychiatric inpatients. Research on Social Work Pratice, 14 (3). 180-190. Published, 06/2004.
  • Panos, P.T., Pettys, G.L., Cox, S.E., & Jones, E. (2004). Survey of international field practicum placements of accredited schools of social work. Journal of Social Work Education, 40 (3), 467-478. Published, 06/2004.
  • Roby, J. & Panos, P.T. (2004). Recent developments in international law and regulations governing the video supervision of international practicum students. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 22(4), 73-91. Published, 06/2004.
  • Panos, A., Panos P.T., Dulle, P. (2004). A 10-year follow-up study to an inceident of workplace violence. Journal of Emotional Abuse, 4(3/4), 23-47. Published, 06/2004.
  • Panos, P.T. (2003). The internet archive: An end to the digital dark age. Journal of Social Work Educaiton. 39 (2). 343-347. Published, 06/2003.
  • Lough, B., & Panos, P.T. (2003). Rise and demise of orphanages in the Ukraine. European Journal of Social Work. 36 (1). 49-63. Published, 06/2003.
  • Panos, P.T., & Weaver, R.A. (2002). Factors affecting the acceptance of a new software system within two social service agencies. Journal of Technology in Human Services, 19 (4), 31-42. Published, 06/2002.
  • Panos, P.T., Panos, A., Cox, S.E., Roby, J.L., & Matheson, K.W. (2002). Ethical issues concerning the use of videoconferencing to supervise international social work field practicum students. Journal of Social Work Education. 38 (3). 421-437. Published, 06/2002.
  • Panos, P.T., Porter, S.S., Panos, A.J., Gaines, R.N., & Erdberg, P.S. (2001). An evaluation of a case of agenesis of the corpus collosum with Rourke's Nonverbal Learning DIsorder (NLD) model. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16 (5). 507-521. Published, 06/2001.
  • Panos, P.T. & Panos, A.J. (2000). A model for culture-sensitive assessment of patients in health care settings. Social Work in Health Care, 31 (1), 49-62. Published, 06/2000.
  • Panos, P.T., & Porter, S.S. (1999). A case of agenisis of the corpus callosum in a child psychiartric inpatient. (Abstract). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 14 (1), 164. Published, 06/1999.
  • Shah, M., Coon, H., Holik, J., Hoff, M., Helmer, V., Panos, P., & Byerley, W. (1995). Mutation scan of the D1 dopamine receptor gene in 22 cases of bipolar I disorder. American Journal of Medical Genetics (Neuropsychiatric Genetics). 60, 150-153. Published, 06/1995.
  • Allred, G.H., Panos, P., & Panos, A. (1992). Multiple personality disorder and Adlerian psychology: A timely match. The International Journal of Individual Psychology and Comparative Studies. 1, 20-26. Published, 06/1992.
  • Panos, P., Panos, A. & Allred, G.H. (1990). Marriage therapy with multiple personality disorder. Dissociation, 3 (1). 10-14. Published, 06/1990.