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- Lexington, KY 40504-2915
University of Kentucky, 2007
Dr. Cole’s primary research interests are on the intersection of violence and substance use/abuse. Dr. Cole served as Principal Investigator of several research projects: (1) National Institute of Justice (NIJ)-funded study examining the effectiveness of a Safe Harbor law and examining juvenile and family court judges’ attitudes, knowledge, and their role in cases of juveniles exploited in commercial sex, (2) a statewide outcome evaluation of publicly-funded substance abuse treatment for adolescents in Kentucky, and (3) a statewide evaluation of additional funding to develop and expand substance abuse treatment for adolescents in Kentucky. She was a Co-Investigator on several statewide outcome evaluations of substance abuse treatment: adults in publicly funded treatment, adults in opiate replacement treatment, and recovery center participants. Dr. Cole was a Co-Investigator on a grant application submitted to the Administration of Children and Families in July 2016. She was the primary or co-author on numerous technical reports and research translational products for the practice community and a published peer-reviewed manuscript and one manuscript in press. Dr. Cole served as a reviewer for a Special Emphasis Panel of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and as an ad-hoc reviewer for eight journals. Dr. Cole also served as an external reviewer on a Clinical Psychology students’ dissertation committee.
Jennifer Cole is an assistant professor in the Department of Behavioral Science with an appointment at the Center on Drug and Alcohol Research. Her research interests are in the areas of substance use/abuse, violence against women, in particular sexual victimization, and community responses to sexual assault victims, with particular attention to community responses to victims of substance-involved sexual violence. Dr. Cole is a Co-Investigator of an evaluation study of state funded substance abuse treatment programs. She is also a Co-Investigator for a statewide evaluation of a program serving children with severe emotional and behavioral disturbance. She has previously worked on a grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) studying alcohol, violence, mental health and health status among rural and urban women with protective orders, and a National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)-funded study of victimization, substance use, and HIV risk among crack cocaine users.
Co- Investigator, Kentucky Treatment Outcome Study, funded by the Kentucky Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 2006-present.
Co-Investigator, IMPACT Outcome Evaluation, funded by the Kentucky Department for Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 2008-present
Cole, J., & Logan, T. (in press). Interprofessional collaboration on sexual assault response teams (SART): The role of victim alcohol use and a partner-perpetrator. Accepted to Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Cole, J., & Logan, T. (in press). Sexual assault response teams’ responses to alcohol using victims. Accepted to Journal of Forensic Nursing.
Cole, J. & Logan, T. (2008). Negotiating the challenges of multidisciplinary response to sexual assault victims: Sexual assault nurse examiner and victim advocacy programs. Research in Nursing & Health, 31 (1), 76-85.
Cole, J., Logan, T., & Shannon, L. (2008). Self-perceived risk for HIV among women with protective orders against male partners. Health & Social Work, 33 (4), 287-298.
Cole, J., Logan, T., & Shannon, L. (2007). Risky sexual behavior among women with protective orders against male intimate partners. AIDS and Behavior, 11 (1), 103-112.
Cole, J., Logan, T., & Shannon, L. (2008). Women’s risk for revictimization by a new abusive partner: For what should we be looking? Violence & Victims, 23 (3), 315-330.
Cole, J. Logan, T., & Shannon, L. (2005). Intimate sexual victimization among women with protective orders: Types and associations of physical health and mental health problems. Violence and Victims, 20 (6), 695-715.
Logan, T., & Cole, J. (2007). The impact of partner stalking on mental health and protective order outcomes over time. Violence & Victims, 22 (5), 544-560.
Logan, T., Cole, J., & Capillo, A. (2007). Differential characteristics of intimate partner, acquaintance, and stranger rape survivors examined by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 22 (8), 1066-1076.
Logan, T., Cole, J., & Capillo, A. (2007). Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) program characteristics, barriers, and lessons learned: A national random sample of programs. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 3(1), 24-34.
Logan, T., Cole, J., & Capillo, A. (2006). Program and sexual assault survivor characteristics for one SANE program. Journal of Forensic Nursing, 2 (2), 66-74.
Logan, T., Cole, J., & Leukefeld, C. (2002). Women, sex, and HIV: Social and contextual factors, meta-analysis of published interventions, and implications for practice and research. Psychological Bulletin, 128 (6), 851-885.
Logan, T., Cole, J., & Shannon, L. (2007). A mixed methods examination of sexual coercion and degradation among women in violent relationships who do and do not report forced sex. Violence and Victims, 22 (2), 71-94.
Walker, R., Cole, J., & Logan, T. (2008). Identifying client-level indicators of recovery among DUI, criminal justice, and non-criminal justice treatment referrals. Substance Use & Misuse, 43 (12 & 13), 1785-1801.
Walker, R., Cole, J., Logan, T., & Corrigan, J. (2007). Screening substance abuse treatment clients for traumatic brain injury: Prevalence and characteristics. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 22 (6), 360-367.