Hildi Hagedorn

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Hildi Hagedorn

Contact Info

Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry


PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (2000)

MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1997)

BA, Psychology, University of Minnesota (1992)

Research

Research Summary/Interests

  • Substance use disorders
  • Serious and persistent mental illness
  • Implementation of best-practice recommendations/guidelines

Publications

  • Pyne, J.M., Fortney, J.C., Curran, G.M., Tripathi, S., Atkinson, J.H., Kilbourne, A.M., Hagedorn, H.J., Rimland, D., Rodriguez-Barradas, M.C., Monson, T., Bottonari, K.A., Asch, S.M., Gifford, A.L. (in press). Effectiveness of collaborative care for depression in HIV clinics. Archives of Internal Medicine.
  • Helfrich, C.D., Damschroder, L.J., Hagedorn, H.J., Daggett, G.S., Sahay, A., Ritchie, M., Damush, T., Guihan, M., Ullrich, P.M., Stetler, C.B. (2010). A critical synthesis of literature on the Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services (PARIHS) framework. Implementation Science, 5, 82.
  • Henry, S.R., Hagedorn, H.J., Feld, J.E., Golden, J.F., Horns, H., Knapp, H.E., Anaya, H.D. (2010). A formative evaluation of organizational readiness to implement nurse-initiated HIV rapid testing in two veterans health administration substance use disorder clinics. Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services, 9, 7-26.
  • Hagedorn, H.J., Heideman, P.W. (2010). The relationship between baseline Organizational Readiness to Change Assessment subscale scores and implementation of hepatitis prevention services in substance use disorders treatment clinics. Implementation Science, 5, 46.
  • Hagedorn, H.J., Leighton, T., Heim, L.A. (2010). Assessment of a hepatitis educational group for veterans with substance use disorders. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 36, 57-60.
  • Hagedorn, H.J., Rettmann, N.A., Dieperink, E.W., Durfee, J., Aqel, B. (2010). Antibody response to hepatitis B vaccine in substance use disorders patients. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 107, 39-43.
  • Hagedorn, H., Dieperink, E., Dingmann, D., Durfee, J., Ho, S.B., Isenhart, C., Rettmann, N., Willenbring, M. (2007). Integrating hepatitis prevention services into a substance use disorders clinic. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 32(4), 391-398.
  • Stetler, C.B., Legro, M.W., Rycroft-Malone, J., Bowman, C., Curran, G., Guihan, M., Hagedorn, H., Pineros, S., Wallace, C.M. (2006). Role of "external facilitation" in implementation of research findings: A qualitative evaluation of facilitation experiences in the Veterans Health Administration.Implementation Science, 1(23).
  • Hagedorn, H., Hogan, M., Smith, J., Bowman, C., Curran, G., Espadas, D., Kimmel, D., Kochevar, L., Legro, M. & Sales. A. (2006). Lessons learned about implementing research evidence into clinical practice: Experiences from VA QUERI. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21, S21-24.
  • Stetler, C.B., Legro, M.W., Wallace, C.M., Bowman, C. Guihan, M., Hagedorn, H., Kimmel, B., Sharp, N.D., Smith, J.L. (2006). The role of formative evaluation in implementation research and the QUERI experience. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21, S1-8.
  • Willenbring, M.L., Postier, A.C., Kenny, M. & Hagedorn, H. (2005). Innovative approaches to measuring outcomes and providing feedback: The Opioid Agonist Therapy Effectiveness (OpiATE) Initiative. Journal of Maintenance in the Addictions, 3(1), 13-31.
  • Willenbring, M.L., Kivlahan, D., Kenny, M., Grillo, M., Hagedorn, H. & Postier, A. (2004). Beliefs about evidence-based practices in addiction treatment: A survey of Veterans Administration program leaders. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 26(2), 79-85.
  • Willenbring, M.L., Hagedorn, H., Poster, A.C. & Kenny, M. (2004). Variations in evidence-based clinical practices in nine United States Veterans Administration opioid agonist therapy clinics. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 75(1), 97-106.
  • Hagedorn, H. & Willenbring, M.L. (2003). Psychiatric illness among drug court probationers. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 29(4), 775-788.