OHSU

Traci Rieckmann, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

 

Education

BS Technical Journalism, Oregon State University
MS Health Promotion and Education, University of Utah
PhD Counseling Psychology, University of Utah


Areas of Research/Scholarly Interest:

Implementation, adaptation and clinical evaluation of evidence-based practice in substance abuse treatment. Emphasis on diverse populations, translational research and improving the quality of care through increased access, effectiveness, retention and systems-wide change designed to improve services. 

Education Activity

 

Courses Taught:

Qualitative and Mixed Methods in Health Services Research

This course examines various qualitative and mixed methods used in health services research.  A broad range of topics are included in the readings, class discussion, and student presentations.  This is a course focused on methods and application of qualitative research strategies within health services and clinical research.

Summer Research Training Institute for American Indian and Alaska Native Health Professionals:

Alcohol and Drug Disorders Among American Indians and Alaskan Natives (June 2008; 2010).  The one week course examines the epidemiology of alcohol and drug disorders: morbidity and mortality, community indicators, quality of treatment, and use of evidence-based practices.  Students develop an indicator data base that they can implement in their community.



Publications/Creative Work

 

Peer-reviewed:

  • Rieckmann, T, Kovas, A & Rutkowski, B. (accepted for publication). Adoption of medications in substance abuse treatment: state authority priorities and strategies. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs.
  • Rieckmann, T. Fussell, H., Doyle, K., Ford, J., & Riley, K. (accepted for publication). Adolescent substance abuse treatment: Organizational change and quality of care. Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling. 
  • Rieckmann, TR, Fuller, BE, Saedi, GA, & McCarty, D. (2010). Adoption of practice guidelines and assessment tools in substance abuse treatment. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 5(4). PMID: 20346158
  • Rieckmann, T. R., Kovas, AE, Fussell, HE, & Stettler, NM. (2009). Implementation of Evidence Based Practices for Treatment of Alcohol and Drug Disorders: The Role of the State Authority. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 36(4), 407-419. PMID: 18543111.
  • Steverson, J.W., & Rieckmann, T.  (2009). Legislating for the Provision of Comprehensive Substance Abuse Treatment Programs for Pregnant and Mothering Women. The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy,16, 314 – 346.
  • Tracy, K., Brown, LS., Kritz, S.A., Alderson, D., Robinson, J., Bini, EJ., Levy, MS., Calsyn, DA., Rieckmann, TR., Fuller, BE., McAuliffe, P., & Rotrosen, J. (2009). Substance abuse treatment clinician opinions and infectious disease service delivery. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 28(1), 8-12. PMID: 19197590
  • Riley, KJ., Rieckmann, TR, & McCarty, D. (2008). Implementation of MET/CBT-5 for adolescents, Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 35(3), 304-14. PMID: 18493858.
  • Evans, A., Rieckmann, T., Fitzgerald, M., & Gustafson, D. (2007). Teaching the NIATx model of process improvement as an evidence-based process. Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, 6(2), 19-35.
  • Fuller, B.E., Rieckmann, T., Nunes, E.V., Miller, M., Arfken, C., Edmundson, E. & McCarty, D. (2007). Organizational readiness for change and opinions toward treatment innovations.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 33, 183 - 192. PMID: 17434708.
  • Rieckmann, T., Daley, M., Fuller, B., Thomas, C., & McCarty, D. (2007) Client and counselor attitudes toward the use of medications.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32, 207– 215. PMID: 17306729.
  • Fuller B., Rieckmann T., McCarty D., Ringor-Carty R., & Kennard S. (2006). Elimination of Methadone in the Oregon Health Plan: Patient impacts. Psychiatric Services, 57, 686-691. PMID: 16675764.
  • Fuller B., Rieckmann T., McCarty D, Smith KW, Levine H. (2005). Adoption of naltrexone to treat alcohol dependence.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 28(3), 273-280. PMID: 15857728.
  • Rieckmann, T., Wadsworth, M.E., & Deyhle, D. (2004).  Cultural identity, explanatory style and depression in Navajo Adolescents. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(4), 365-382.
  • Edmundson, E., Rieckmann, T. & Edmundson P. (2004).  Characteristics of academic
  • education programs for addiction practitioners.  Journal of Teaching in the Addictions, 3(2), 29-39.
  • Wadsworth, ME., Rieckmann, TR., Benson, MA., and Compas, BE., (2004). Coping and responses to stress in Navajo adolescents. Psychometric properties of the Responses to Stress Questionnaire. Journal of Community Psychology, 32(4), 391-411.
  • McCarty, D., Rieckmann, T., Green, C., Gallon,S., Knudsen, J.  (2004). Training rural practitioners to use buprenorphine:  Using The Change Book to facilitate technology transfer.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 26, 203-208. PMID 15063914.
  • Scheel, M.J. and Rieckmann, T.  (1998). An empirically derived description of self-efficacy and empowerment for parents and children identified as psychologically disordered.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 26(1) 15-27.

 

Chapters:

  • McCarty, D & Rieckmann, T. (2010).  The Treatment System for Alcohol and Drug Disorders.  In B. Levin, K.D. Hennessy, & J. Petrila (Eds.) Mental Health Services: A Public  Health Perspective, Third Edition.  (pp. 409 – 436).  Oxford University Press:  New York.
  • Rieckmann, T., & Durrant, L. (2007).  Facilitating Support Groups. In R. Bensley, and J. Brookins Fisher, Community Health Education Methods: A Practitioners Guide, 2nd Ed. (pp. 109-136).  Jones & Bartlett.  Sudbury, MA.
  • Durrant, L. & Rieckmann, T. (2002).  Facilitating Support Groups. In R. Bensley, and J. Brookins Fisher,  Community Health Education Methods: A Practitioners Guide. (pp. 109-136).  Jones & Bartlett.  Sudbury, MA.
  • Gloria, A. M., Rieckmann, T. & Rush, J. (2000). Issues and recommendations for teaching an ethnic/culture-based course. Teaching of Psychology, 27(2) 102-107.
  • Under Review:
  • Rieckmann TR, Kovas AE, Cassidy EF, McCarty D. (under review). State Policy and Purchasing Levers to Accelerate Use of Evidence-Based Practices for Alcohol and Drug Treatment. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research.
  • Fussell, H., Rieckmann, T., & Quick, MB. (under review). Medicaid Reimbursement for Screening and Brief Intervention of Substance Misuse. Manuscript submitted to Psychiatric Services.
  • Rieckmann, T., Farentinos, C., Tillotson, CJ., Kocarnik, J., & McCarty, D. (under review). The Substance abuse counseling workforce: Education, preparation, and certification. Manuscript submitted to Substance Abuse.
  • Ford, J., Edmundson, E., Evans, A., Rieckmann, T., Molfenter, T., & McCarty, D. (under review). Leading agency change: personal and organizational challenges for change leaders. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Behavioral Health Services Research.
  • Bergmann, L., & Rieckmann, T.  (under review). Legislating Clinical Practice: Counselor Responses to an Evidence Based Practice Mandate. Manuscript submitted to Qualitative Social Work.
Traci Rieckmann, PhD

Traci Rieckmann, PhD

Research Assistant Professor

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