Jennifer Zelnick
Jennifer Zelnick
Social Work, Touro College
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High incidence of hospital admissions with multidrug-resistant and extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis among South African health care workers
MR O'Donnell, J Jarand, M Loveday, N Padayatchi, J Zelnick, L Werner, ...
Annals of internal medicine 153 (8), 516-522, 2010
Privatization in the human services: Implications for direct practice
M Abramovitz, J Zelnick
Clinical Social Work Journal 43 (3), 283-293, 2015
The impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on hospital nurses in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: nurses' perspectives and implications for health policy
J Zelnick, M O'Donnell
Journal of public health policy 26 (2), 163-185, 2005
Re-inventing adherence: toward a patient-centered model of care for drug-resistant tuberculosis and HIV
MR O'Donnell, A Daftary, M Frick, Y Hirsch-Moverman, KR Amico, ...
The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 20 (4), 430-434, 2016
Double jeopardy: The impact of neoliberalism on care workers in the United States and South Africa
M Abramovitz, J Zelnick
International Journal of Health Services 40 (1), 97-117, 2010
Health-care workers’ perspectives on workplace safety, infection control, and drug-resistant tuberculosis in a high-burden HIV setting
JR Zelnick, A Gibbs, M Loveday, N Padayatchi, MR O'donnell
Journal of public health policy 34 (3), 388-402, 2013
Part of the job? Workplace violence in Massachusetts social service agencies
JR Zelnick, E Slayter, B Flanzbaum, NG Butler, B Domingo, J Perlstein, ...
Health & social work 38 (2), 75-85, 2013
What we learned from the failure of the Rikers Island social impact bond
D Cohen, J Zelnick
Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis in women, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
MR O’Donnell, J Zelnick, L Werner, I Master, M Loveday, CR Horsburgh, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 17 (10), 1942, 2011
Clearing the air: the evolution of organized labor's role in tobacco control in the United States
J Zelnick, R Campbell, C Levenstein, E Balbach
International Journal of Health Services 38 (2), 313-331, 2008
Expansion of the health workforce and the HIV epidemic.
J Zelnick, M O'Donnell
The New England Journal of Medicine 358 (15), 1639-40; author reply 1640, 2008
Analyzing health equity using household survey data. World Bank Institute Learning Series
O O’Donnell, E Van Doorslaer, A Wagstaff, M Lindelow
World Bank Publications 434, 40-41, 2008
Health care provider perspectives on tuberculosis care for foreign-born populations in New York City
JR Zelnick, MR O'Donnell, SD Ahuja, A Chua, J Sullivan Meissner
The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 20 (12), 1625-1632, 2016
Privatization in the human services: The impact on the front lines and the ground f loor
M Abramovitz, J Zelnick
Privatization, Vulnerability, and Social Responsibility, 190-208, 2016
Part of the Job? Workplace violence and social services
J Zelnick
Social policy education for change: South African student perspectives on the Global Agenda for Social Work and Social Development
T Raniga, J Zelnick
International Social Work 57 (4), 386-397, 2014
Training social workers to enhance patient-centered care for drug-resistant TB-HIV in South Africa
JR Zelnick, B Seepamore, A Daftary, KR Amico, X Bhengu, G Friedland, ...
Public Health Action 8 (1), 25-27, 2018
Business as usual? A wake-up call for the human services
M Abramovitz, J Zelnick
Graduate School of Social Work, Tuoro College, New York, and Silberman …, 2018
Who is Nursing Them? It is Us: Neoliberalism, HIV/AIDS, and the Occupational Health and Safety of South African Public Sector Nurses
JR Zelnick, C Levenstein, R Forrant, J Wooding
Taylor & Francis, 2017
Who is nursing them? It is us: The occupational health of South African nurses on the frontlines of the global HIV/AIDS pandemic
JR Zelnick
University of Massachusetts Lowell, 2005
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