Wayne Paris, Ph.D., LCSW
Associate Professor of Social Work
Wayne Paris, Ph.D., LCSW is an Associate Professor of Social Work and M.S.W. Program Director. He has worked within Clinical Transplant Social Work for 25 years and has a very extensive clinical outcome research background, published widely, and presented frequently at national and international medical and social work conferences.
- Paris, W. Nour, B. Organ Transplantation in Egypt. Progress in Transplantation, 2010; 20(3): 274-278.
- Paris, W., Calhoun, M.B. Pierson, M. Academic and Clinical Research Collaboration: Article 2: Review of Existing Academic-Clinical Collaboration Literature (Feature article). Nephrology News and Issues http://www.nephrology-digital.com/201005/?token=#&pageSet=27&page=0.
- Paris, W., Calhoun, M.B. Pierson, M. Academic and Clinical Research Collaboration: Article 1: An Overview (Feature article). Nephrology News and Issues http://nephronline.com/article.asp?IndexID=317.
- Calhoun, M.B., Paris, W. Kidney Patient Employment and its Relationship to Physical Impairment. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 2009; 30(1): 9-15
- Legal Approaches to Increasing Organ Donation Rates: a Multinational Review. Presented at International Transplant Nursing Society Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN.
- Social Worker and Surgeon Collaborative Practice: An Outcomes Based Model (oral presentation); and, Post Transplant Employment and its Relationship to Physical Status (poster). Presented at Changing Health 2010. Dublin, Ireland.
- Post-Transplant Employment and its Relationship to Physical Status. Presented at International Society for Transplant Nurses annual meeting. Montreal, Canada.
- Organ Transplantation in Egypt: The Religious, Legal, Legislative, and Ethical Issues. Presented at Society for Transplant Social Worker Annual Conference. Cleveland, OH
- Post-Transplant Employment and its Relationship to Physical Status. Presented at National Kidney Foundation 2008 Spring Clinical Meetings. Nashville, TN.
- INVITED: Ethics and Financial Disincentives for Recipients: An International Perspective. Presented at American Transplant Congress Pre-Meeting Symposium. Boston, MA.
- INVITED: Social Barriers to Patient Selection. Presented at Common Threads of Transplantation meeting. Lehigh Valley Hospital, Allentown, PA.