Faculty Detail

Hugh F. Crean, PhD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing
Hugh F. Crean

Contact Information

255 Crittenden Blvd. Box SON Rochester, NY 14642
Work: 276-5575
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Education

Ph.D., 1994. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, US

B.A., 1982. St. Michael's College, Winooski, VT, US

Experience

Faculty Appointments: 2002 - Current. Research Associate. University of Rochester School of Nursing. Rochester, NY, US.

Faculty Appointments: 1993 - 2011. Assistant Professor. University of Rochester (Clinical and Social Sciences in Psychology). Rochester, NY, US.

Fellowship (Pre Doctoral): 1989 - 1990. Hogg Foundation for Mental Health. University of Texas at Austin (Evaluation Research Fellowship). Austin, TX, US.

Professional Experience: 2005 - 2011. Senior Researcher. Children's Institute, University of Rochester. Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 1994 - 2005. Research Associate. Children's Institute, University of Rochester. Rochester, NY, US.

Professional Experience: 1990 - 1993. Social Science Research Associate. Hogg Foundation - University of Texas at Austin (Houston School of the Future Project). Austin, TX, US.

Research

City of Rochester Teen Outreach Program (TOP) Evaluation. 11/2010 - Current. Department of Health and Human Services/Office of Adolescent Health.

PATHS to Children's Social and Character Development: A Clinical Trial of a School-Based Preventive Intervention. 2003 - 2007. Institute of Education/Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

Tracking outcomes for the Rochester City School District's Middle Schools Family Support Centers. 1999 - 2003. United Way of Greater Rochester.

The How Was School Today program: A family-centered approach to strengthening the educational experiences of poor inner-city children and their families. 1997 - 1999. Frontier Corporation.

Development and implementation of common evaluation measures and tracking system for the Rochester City School District's Middle Schools Family Support Centers. 1997 - 1997. United Way of Greater Rochester.

Evaluation of the Rochester City School District's Early Childhood Centers for Children of Teen Parents Program. 1994 - 1994. City of Rochester Department of Social Services.

Publications

Crean, H. F., Forbes-Jones, E. L., & Metzger, A. P.. (n.d.). Demographic differences in children's social information processing variables: Hostile attribution bias, normative beliefs about aggression, and competent and aggressive interpersonal negotiation strategies..

Crean, H. F., & Johnson, D. B.. (n.d.). Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies (PATHS) and elementary school children's aggression: Results from a cluster randomized trial..

Crean, H. F., Forbes-Jones, E. L., & Metzger, A. P.. (n.d.). Demographic differences in children's social information processing variables: Hostile attribution bias, normative beliefs about aggression, and competent and aggressive interpersonal negotiation strategies..

Morrison-Beedy, D., Jones, S., Xia, Y., Tu, X. Crean, H. F., & Carey, M.P.. (n.d.). Reducing sexual risk behavior in adolescent girls: Results from a randomized controllled trial..

Crean, H. F.. (n.d.). Youth activity involvement, neighborhood adult support, individual decision-making strengths, and early adolescent delinquent behaviors: Testing a conceptual model. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 33 (4), 175-188. First published online June 15, 2012. doi:10.1016/j.appdev.201204.003.

Pidgeon, W.R., Funderburk, J., Bishop, T.M., & Crean H.F.. (2017). Brief cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia delivered to depressed veterans receiving primary care services: A pilot study. Journal of Affective Disorder, 217, 105-111.

Wilde, M.H., McMahon, J.M., Crean, H.F., Brasch, J.. (2017). Exploring relationships of catheter-associated urinary tract infection and blockage in people with long-term indwelling urinary catheters..

Wilde, M. H., Crean, H. F., McMahon, J. M., McDonald, M. V., Tang, W., Brasch, J., Fairbanks, E., Shah, S., & Zhang, F. . (2016). Testing a model of self-management of fluid intake in community residing long term indwelling urinary catheter users. Nursing Research, 65 (2), 97-106.

Heffner KL, Crean HF, Kemp JE. (2016). Meditation programs for veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder: Aggregate findings from a multi-site evaluation. Psychol Trauma, 8 (3), 365-74.

Pigeon WR, Heffner KL, Crean H, Gallegos AM, Walsh P, Seehuus M, Cerulli C. (2015). Responding to the need for sleep among survivors of interpersonal violence: A randomized controlled trial of a cognitive-behavioral insomnia intervention followed by PTSD treatment. Contemp Clin Trials, 45, 252-260.

Crean, H.F.. (2012). Youth activity involvement, neighborhood adult support, individual decision-making strenghts, and early adolescent delinquent behaviors: Testing a conceptual model. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 33 (4), 175-188.

Morrison-Beedy, D., Carey, M.P., Crean, H.F., & Jones, S.H.. (2011). Risk behaviors among adolescent girls in an HIV prevention trial. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 33 (5), 690-711.

Morrison-Beedy, D., Carey, M.P., Crean, H. F., & Jones, S.. (2010). Determinants of adolescent female attendance at an HIV risk reduction program. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 21 (2), 153-161.

Social and Character Development Research Consorium. (2010). Efficacy of schoolwide programs to promote social and character development and reduce problem behavior in elementary school children (NCER 2011-2001)..

Massetti, G. M., Crean, H. F., Johnson, D., Dubois, D., & Ji, P. (2009). Methodological considerations in evaluating school-based programs to promote social competence and reduce problem behavior. Journal of Research in Character Education, 7 (2), 103-117.

Metzger, A. P., Crean, H. F., & Forbes-Jones, E. L.. (2009). Patterns of organized activity participation in urban, early adolescents: Associations with academic achievement, problem behaviors, and perceived adult support. Journal of Early Adolescence, 29 (3), 426-442.

Melnyk, B. M., Crean, H. F., Fishchbeck-Feinstein, N., & Fairbanks, E. (2008). Maternal anxiety and depression following a premature infantís discharge from the NICU: An integrative model of the COPE Program . Nursing Research, 57 (6), 383-394.

Crean, H. F.. (2008). Conflict in the Latino parent-youth dyad: The role of emotional support from the opposite parent. Journal of Family Psychology, 22 (3), 484-493.

Melnyk, B. M., Crean, H. F., Fischbeck-Feinstein, N., Fairbanks, E., & Alpert-Gillis, L. . (2007). Testing the theoretical framework of the COPE program for mothers of critically ill children: Intervention effects on young children's post-hospital adjustment behaviors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 32 (4), 463-474.

Melnyk, B. M., Small, L., Morrison-Beedy, D., Strasser, A., Spath, L., Kreipe, R., Crean, H. F., Jacobson, D., Kelly, S., & O'Haver, J.. (2007). The COPE Healthy Lifestyles TEEN Program: Feasibilty, preliminary efficacy, and lessons learned from an after-school group intervention with overweight adolescents. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 21 (5), 315-322.

Melnyk, B. M., Small, L., Morrison-Beedy, D., Strasser, A., Spath, L., Kreipe, R., & Crean, H. F.. (2006). Mental health correlates of healthy attitudes, choices & behaviors in overweight teens. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 20 (6), 401-406.

Melnyk, B. M., Fischbeck-Feinstein, N., Alpert-Gillis, L., Fairbanks, E., Crean, H. F., Sinkin, R. A. (2006). Reducing premature infants' length of stay and improving parents' mental health outcomes with the Creating Opportunities for Parent Empowerment (COPE) neonatal intensive care unit program: A randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics, 118 (5), e1414-1427.

Smetana, J. G., Crean, H. F., & Campione-Barr, N. . (2005). Adolescents' and parents' changing conceptions of parental authority. Changing Boundaries of Parental Authority During Adolescence; New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, No. 108, 31-46.

Crean, H. F.. (2004). Social support, conflict, major life stressors, and adaptive coping strategies in Latino middle school students: An integrative model. Journal of Adolescent Research, 19 (6), 657-676.

Melnyk, B. M., Alpert-Gillis, L., Fishbeck-Feinstein, N., Crean, H. F., Johnson, J., Fairbanks, E., . (2004). Creating Opportunities for Parent Empowerment: Program effects on the mental health/coping outcomes of critically ill young children and their mothers. Pediatrics, 113 (6), e597-607.

Crean, H. F.. (2003). Review of Heinemann, G. D., & Zeiss, A. M. (Eds.) (2002). Team performance in health care: Assess. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 17 (3), 317-318.

Smetana, J. G., Crean, H. F., & Daddis, C.. (2002). Family processes and problem behaviors in middle-class African American adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 12 (2), 275-304.

Crean, H. F., Hightower, A. D., & Allan, M.. (2001). School-based day care for children of teen parents: Evaluation of an urban program designed to keep young mothers in school. Evaluation and Program Planning, 24 (3), 267-275.

Sutton, S. E., Cowen, E. L., Crean, H. F., Wyman, P. A., & Work, W. C.. (1999). Pathways to aggression in young, highly stressed urban children. Child Study Journal, 29 (1), 49-67.

Crean, H. F., & Arvey, H. . (1992). A declaration of beliefs and visions: Houston's School of the Future. School of the future , 97-114.

Crean, H. F., & Holzer, C. E.. (1990). Research on the mental health of minorities in Texas: Workshop discussion and recommendations. Mental health research in Texas: Retrospect and Prospect, 292-301.

Crean, H. F. (1990). The criminal justice system and its impact on the mentally ill. Financing Community Care for the Chronically Mentally Ill in Texas, 93-134.

Crean, H. F., Rodriguez, A. N., & Vega, R. R.. (1990). Concho Valley Center for Human Advancement. . Community mental health in Texas: Four case studies, 129-165.

Presentations

The prevalence and characteristics of executive dysfunction in older adults receiving aging services care management.
American Geriatric Society 2012 Annual Meeting, American Geriatric Society 2012 Annual Meeting

Longitudinal teen pregnancy prevention research: Key features of successful community-academic partnerships.
Impact of Trauma on Teens: Building the Safety Net, 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, Impact of Trauma on Teens: Building the Safety Net, 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

Effective community-level, cross-sector partnerships in teen pregnancy prevention.
2nd Annual Office of Adolescent Health Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference, 2nd Annual Office of Adolescent Health Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference

Family dynamics and Alzheimer's Association contact: A pilot study of parents with new dementia diagnosis and their adult children.
Gerontological Society of America's 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Gerontological Society of America's 64th Annual Scientific Meeting

HIV-related risk among low-income adolescent girls: Lifetime and recent experiences.
2010 Annual Meeting, The Integration of Arts and Sciences, 2010 Annual Meeting of the Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine

Fidelity of the PATHS prevention curriculum: Are we at the school, classroom, and/or individual student level?.
2009 Society for Prevention Research 17th Annual Meeting

The efficacy of the COPE Program on one- and two-year cognitive outcomes of prematurely born children.
In B. M. Melnyk (Chair), Advancing the science and care of premature infants and parents, 2008 National State of the Science in Nursing Research

Maternal reports of parental conflict and resolution in the COPE randomized controlled trial.
B. M. Melnyk (Chair), Advancing the science and care of premature infants and parents, 2008 National State of the Science in Nursing Research

Internalizing and externalizing behavior problems of prematurely born children at 3 years of age: An integrative model of the COPE Program.
In B. M. Melnyk (Chair), Advancing the science and care of premature infants and parents, 2008 National State of the Science in Nursing Research

PATHS to Children's Social and Character Development: Are students' social information processes changing? If so, for whom?.
T. M. Haegerich (Chair), School wide interventions to promote social and character development: Preliminary findings from the Social and Character Development Place-Based Randomized Trial., Society for Prevention Research 16th Annual Meeting

The COPE NICU Program for parents and preterm infants: Direct healthcare NICU costs and savings.
Improving outcomes of preterms and parents with the COPE Program: Explanatory effects, cost outcomes, and implementation strategies., 39th Biennial Convention of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Maternal anxiety and depression following a premature infant's discharge from the NICU: An integrative model of the COPE Program.
B. M. Melnyk (Chair), Improving outcomes of preterms and parents with the COPE Program: Explanatory effects, cost outcomes, and implementation strategies., 39th Biennial Convention of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing

Translating the COPE Program into clinical practice: The challenges of research implementation.
39th Biennial Convention of the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

PATHS to Children's Social and Character Development: Preliminary effects on children's social information processing abilities.
Crean, H. F., Forbes-Jones, E., & Metzger, A. P., Institute of Education Sciences Research Conference

Longitudinal patterns in early adolescent extracurricular activity participation.
Metzger, A. P., Crean, H. F., & Forbes-Jone, E, Society for Research in Child Development

PATHS to Children's Social and Character Development: Preliminary questions and findings.
Crean, H. F., Forbes-Jones, E., & Metzger, A. P., Society for Research in Child Development

Creating Opportunities for Parent Empowerment (COPE): Program effects on parents of low birthweight (LBW) premature infants and neonatal intensive care length of stay.
Melnyk, B. M., Fischbeck-Feinstein, N. Alpert-Gillis, L., Crean, H. F., & Fairbanks, E., 2006 State of the Science Congress in Nursing Research

Creating Opportunities for Parent Empowerment (COPE): Program effects on parents of low birthweight (LBW) premature infants and neonatal intensive care length of stay.
Melnyk, B. M., Fischbeck-Feinstein, N. Alpert-Gillis, L., Crean, H. F., & Fairbanks, E., National Congress on the State of the Science in Nursing Research

Demographic differences in children's social-information processing variables.
2006 Research Conference, Institute of Education Sciences Research Conference

Developing and maintaining relationships with schools for multi-site research.
Biennial Meeting, Society for Research on Child Development

An introduction to structural equation modeling and growth curve analysis.
42nd Annual, Eric Gardner Conference

Selected analyses for intervention studies.
Nuts and Bolts of...Intervention Studies, University of Rochester School of Nursing

African-American adolescents' and parents' changing conceptions of parental authority.
biennial meeting, Society for Research in Child Development

Selected analyses for intervention studies.
Nuts and Bolts of...Intervention Studies, University of Rochester School of Nursing

Full-service schools: Who gets the service?.
biennial meeting, Society for Research in Child Development

Pro-social behaviors and early adolescent delinquent behaviors: The mediating influences of individual strengths and adult support.
biennial meeting, Society for Research in Child Development

Program evaluation and research: Understanding results from the Primary Mental Health Project.
Annual Training Conference, Primary Mental Health Project

Presenting local program evaluation results: A discussion of what works and what doesn't.
Annual Training Conference, California's Early Mental Health Initiatives

The State of California's Primary Intervention Program and Enhanced Primary Intervention Program: Understanding local program evaluation results.
Annual Training Conference, California's Early Mental Health Initiatives

Understanding the Primary Intervention Program local program evaluation results.
Annual Training Conference, California's Early Mental Health Initiatives

Risk and protective factors in young adolescence: Implications for prevention. In I. Iscoe (Chair), The challenge of community care: Creativity, collaboration, and commitment.
annual meeting, American Psychological Association

Criminal justice in Texas: The mentally ill in the jails and prisons. In I. Iscoe (Chair), Deinstitutionalization revisited: Implications for community research and action.
Third Biennial Conference, Community Research and Action

Hassles, negative life events, and the moderating effects of coping and social support: A comparative analysis.
Third Biennial Conference, Community Research and Action

Student training in community psychology. In I. Iscoe (Chair), Community psychology: Alive and well after twenty-five years.
annual meeting, Southwestern Psychological Association

Public academic liaison (PAL): An approach to integrating university researchers and human service agencies. In C. Burdsal (Chair), Trials and tribulations of applying research in agency settings.
annual meeting, Southwestern Psychological Association

Integrating textbook experiences with real-world settings. In I. Iscoe (Chair), Community psychology: Alive and well after twenty-five years.
annual meeting, Southwestern Psychological Association

Memberships

American Psychological Association, Member

Society for Research on Adolescence

American Association of Applied and Preventive Psychology

American Psychological Association, Member

Society for Prevention Research, Member

American Psychological Association, Member