Mark E. Courtney mainly focuses on Foster care, Gerontology, Aging out, Developmental psychology and Family reunification. Mark E. Courtney interconnects Psychiatry, Welfare and Age of majority in the investigation of issues within Foster care. His study in the field of Mental health and Juvenile delinquency is also linked to topics like Suicide prevention.
In the field of Gerontology, his study on Independent living overlaps with subjects such as Child neglect. His Aging out study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Young adult and State. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social support, Neglect and Kinship care.
His primary areas of study are Foster care, Gerontology, Welfare, Aging out and Psychiatry. His Foster care research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Young adult, Developmental psychology, Independent living and Educational attainment. His study looks at the intersection of Gerontology and topics like Ethnic group with Race.
His study in Welfare is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Economic growth and Public economics. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Aging out and Foster Home Care. His Mental health and Substance abuse study in the realm of Psychiatry connects with subjects such as Child abuse and Suicide prevention.
His main research concerns Foster care, Gerontology, Welfare, Nursing and Educational attainment. His work often combines Foster care and Longitudinal study studies. His Gerontology study incorporates themes from Social work, Occupational safety and health and Racial differences.
His Welfare research integrates issues from Economic growth, Government and Psychiatry. Mark E. Courtney works mostly in the field of Nursing, limiting it down to concerns involving Socialization and, occasionally, Public relations, Developed country and MEDLINE. He has included themes like Justice, Aging out and Clinical psychology in his Young adult study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Foster care, Gerontology, Suicide prevention, Aging out and Latent class model. His studies deal with areas such as Developmental psychology, Logistic regression and Postsecondary education as well as Foster care. His Gerontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Educational attainment.
His Suicide prevention study which covers Human factors and ergonomics that intersects with Injury prevention. His studies link Young adult with Aging out. His work investigates the relationship between Economic growth and topics such as Welfare that intersect with problems in Medical education and Emancipation.
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Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth: Outcomes at Ages 23 and 24
Mark E. Courtney;Amy Dworsky;JoAnn S. Lee;Melissa Raap.
Foster youth transitions to adulthood: A longitudinal view of youth leaving care.
Mark E. Courtney;Irving Piliavin;Andrew Grogan-Kaylor;Ande Nesmith.
Child Welfare (2001)
Early outcomes for young adults transitioning from out-of-home care in the USA
Mark E. Courtney;Amy Dworsky.
Child & Family Social Work (2006)
Vulnerable Populations and the Transition to Adulthood
D. Wayne Osgood;E. Michael Foster;Mark E. Courtney.
The Future of Children (2010)
Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth: Conditions of Youth Preparing to Leave State Care in Illinois
Mark E. Courtney;Sherri Terao;Noel Bost.
Race and Child Welfare Services: Past Research and Future Directions.
Mark E. Courtney;Richard P. Barth;J. D. Berrick;D. Brooks.
Child Welfare (1996)
Pathways of Older Adolescents out of Foster Care: Implications for Independent Living Services
Mark E. Courtney;Richard P. Barth.
Social Work (1996)
Midwest Evaluation of the Adult Functioning of Former Foster Youth: outcomes at age 19
Mark E. Courtney;Amy Lynn Dworsky;Gretchen Ruth;Thomas E. Keller.
Homelessness During the Transition From Foster Care to Adulthood
Amy Dworsky;Laura Napolitano;Mark Courtney.
American Journal of Public Health (2013)
Factors Associated with the Reunification of Foster Children with Their Families
Mark E. Courtney.
Social Service Review (1994)
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