Faculty Profile

Stephanie Jacobson

Stephanie A. Jacobson

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Associate Professor of Social Work

Education

BA, University of Pennsylvania
MSW, New York University
PhD, The City University of New York
Areas of expertise

Geriatrics/Gerontology/Ageing
Education/Teaching and Learning
End-of-Life Care, Hospice & Palliative Care
Health & Wellness
Mental Health/Behavioral Health/Psychology/Psychiatry
Courses

Generalist Field Education Practicum II

Spring 2020

Integrative Seminar/Capstone Project

Spring 2020

Organization

Social Work

Phone Number

(203) 582-8907

Mail Drop

NH-HSC

Email

Stephanie.Jacobson@quinnipiac.edu

Quinnipiac University

2018 – 2019

Interim Department Chair & MSW Program Director

Hamden, CT

Geriatric and Adult Psychiatry

2016 – Present

Clinical Social Worker

Hamden, CT

Quinnipiac University

2016 – 2018

Associate Department Chair

Hamden, CT

Quinnipiac University

2015 – 2015

Interim Department Chair

Hamden, CT

Quinnipiac University

2013 – Present

Assistant Professor

Hamden, CT

Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College

2011 – 2012

Adjunct Lecturer

New York, NY

Silver School of Social Work at New York University

2011 – 2013

Adjunct Lecturer

New York, NY

Mount Sinai Medical Center

2007 – 2013

Social Worker

New York, NY

Jacobson, S.A, Nicholson, N., & Feinn, R., Social isolation and gender: Differences in older adults across the United States, Society of Social Work Research, San Francisco, CA (submitted).

Nicholson, N.R., & Jacobson, S.A., The encyclopedia of elder care, Social Isolation, 4th ed. 683-685, New York, NY (Springer 2018).

Jacobson, S.A., Kelly, A., & Mutrie, L., Standardized clients in social work: impact of anxiety on engagement, Council on Social Work Education, Orlando, FL (2018).

Jacobson, S.A., Nicholson, N., & Feinn, R., Social isolation and population density: impact of race/ethnicity, Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA (2018).

Nicholson, N., Khamphouy, L., Feinn, R., & Jacobson, S.A., Social Isolation and population density differences between urban and rural older adults, Connecticut Nursing Research Alliance, Hartford, CT (2018).

Jacobson, S.A., Mutrie, L., Kelly, A., Effectiveness of Using Standardized Patients with MSW Students, Society of Social Work Research, New Orleans, LA (2017).

Jacobson, S.A., Mutrie, L., & Kelly, A., Simulation in the MSW curricula: Praxis-informed development of this pedagogical tool, Council on Social Work Education, Dallas, TX (2017).

Jacobson, S.A., Mutrie, L., Kelly, A. , Standardized Patients with MSW Students: Measuring Impact on Practice Behaviors, The Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA (2016).

Mutrie, L., Jacobson, S.A., Kelly, A. , Using Standardized Patients with Students: Co-Creative and Praxis-Based Use of the OSCE, The Council on Social Work Education, Atlanta, GA (2016).

LCSW

granted 2010 (inactive)

New York

LCSW

2013-present

Connecticut