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Date: June 4, 2012
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
FACULTY CURRICULUM VITAE
I. PERSONAL DATA
Name: Michael A. Rapoff, PhD.
Current Academic Rank: Professor (tenured)
Department(s): Pediatrics
Office Address, Phone, Fax and e-mail:
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
39th & Rainbow Blvd.
Kansas City, Kansas 66160-7330
913/588-6373
913/588-2253 (fax)
Email: [email protected]
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Undergraduate Education:
Years
1969-1973
Degree
B.S. (Education)
Institution
Southern Illinois University
Graduate Education:
Years
1973-1975
Area of Study
M.S. (Special Education)
Institution
Southern Illinois University
1977-1979
M.A. (Human Development)
University of Kansas
1979-1980
Ph.D. (Developmental & Child Psychology)
University of Kansas
Academic and Other Professional Appointments and Activities:
Month and Year
Position
7/77 - 10/80
Graduate Research Assistant
Institution
University of Kansas
Bureau of Child Research
10/80 - 10/82
Postdoctoral Fellow in Behavioral Pediatrics
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
10/80 - 10/82
Clinical Instructor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
10/80 - 7/84
Research Associate
University of Kansas
Bureau of Child Research
7/83 - 7/84
Director, Wellness Training and Pain
Management Program Center
Menorah Medical Center
Kansas City, MO
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Academic and Other Professional Appointments and Activities (continued):
Month and Year
Position
Institution
7/82 - 7/87
Clinical Investigator
Ralph L. Smith Mental Retardation
Research Center
University of Kansas Medical Center
8/81 - 9/90
Courtesy Assistant Professor
Department of Human Development
and Family Life
University of Kansas
7/82 - 7/87
Assistant Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
7/83 - 7/88
Assistant Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
7/84 - 7/88
Psychologist & Education Coordinator
University of Kansas Medical Center
Mid-America Pediatric Rheumatology
Program
7/88 - 7/92
Associate Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
7/88 - 7/92
Associate Professor
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
7/92 - 7/96
Associate Professor with Tenure
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
7/88 – 1/09
Section Chief, Behavioral Pediatrics
8/89 - present
Clinical Team Leader/Adjunct Faculty
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
University of Kansas
Clinical Psychology Program
7/96 - present
Professor with Tenure
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
7/05 - present
Ralph L. Smith Professor of Pediatrics
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Pediatrics
Professional Registration/ Licensure:
Year
Number
1982
570
State
Kansas Behavioral Sciences Regulatory
1984
RO135
Missouri State Committee of Psychologists
1986
Certificate National Registry of Health Service Providers in
# 33918
Psychology
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Professional Societies and Affiliations:
Year
1979
Organization
Society of Behavioral Medicine
1980
American Psychological Association
Division 38-Health Psychology (1989)
Division 54-Society of Pediatric Psychology
(1991)
1980
Association for the Advancement of Behavior
Therapy
1985
American Juvenile Arthritis Organization
1987
Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals (American College of
Rheumatology)
2007
Childhood Arthritis & Rheumatology Research
Alliance (CARRA)
Honors and Awards:
Year
1975
Award
Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honorary Society)
2003
Distinguished Scholar Award, Association of
Rheumatology Health Professionals, a Division of
the American College of Rheumatology; “in
recognition of outstanding rheumatology
scholarship”
2003
Fellow, Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division
54 of the American Psychological Association
2005
40th Anniversary Association of Rheumatology
Health Professionals, division of the American
College of Rheumatology, Star Award for
“significant contributions to the field of
rheumatology during the past 40 years”; one of 37
awardees
2006
Named the Ralph L. Smith Professor of
Pediatrics, Distinguished Professorship,
University of Kansas Medical Center
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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2007
KU Pediatrics Chairman’s Award for Outstanding
Contributions to Mentoring
2010
KU Pediatrics Chair Award for Distinction in
Scholarship
TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Brief statement of areas of teaching interest
Pediatric Psychology, applied behavior analysis, pain management, psychosocial adjustment to chronic
pediatric diseases, and adherence to medical regimens
Didactic:
Academic
Year
Course
1982-present Pediatric
Clerkship
Title
Adherence
to Pediatric
Medical
Regimens
Instruction
Type
Lecture
Hours
6 per year
No
12
Student
Type
Medical
Students
1982-present
Pediatrics
Grand
Rounds
Varies
Lecture
1 every 1 or
2 years
30
Medical
Students
Residents
Faculty
1985-present
Pediatrics
Grand
Attending
Rounds
Varies
Lecture
1 to 2 times
per year
20
Medical
Students
Residents
Faculty
1989-present
PSYC 833:
Clinical
Health
Psychology
II. Acute and
Chronic
Illness
Various
topics
Lecture and
Discussion
1 semester
per year
5-15
Graduate
Students
1989-present
PSYC 835:
Clinical
Psychological cases
Clinic VI:
Health
4-6
Graduate
Students
Case
2 semester
presentations, per year
discussion,
and
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Psychology
Practicum
supervision
1989-present
PSYC 899:
Master’s
Thesis
MA
research
Supervision
and chairing
or committee
member
Graduate
Students
1989-present
PSYC 999:
Doctoral
Dissertation
PhD
research
Supervision
and cochairing or
committee
member
Graduate
Students
Nondidactic:
Year
Academic
Course
Clinical
Year
Hours
1982-present
Weekly
Instruction
Type
Title
Student
No
10/per year
Hours
No
Student
Type
Length of Service
Type
Residents
Medical Studies
1 month rotation
in Behavioral
Pediatrics
Master’s theses and PhD. dissertations directed: (CP=Clinical Psychology; CCP=Clinical Child
Psychology; HD=Human Development; DCP=Developmental & Child Psychology; SON=School of
Nursing; PRE=Department of Psychology and Research in Education)
Note: As Dr. Rapoff has an adjunct appointment in the Psychology Department at the University of
Kansas, any students’ committees where he is listed as “co-chair” indicates that he was the primary
graduate advisor and supervisor for that student.
Master’s Theses
Year
Student Name
Thesis title
1989
Pieper, K.B.
"Improving compliance with drug
regimens in patients with systemic
lupus erythematosus and
dermatomyositis"
Summers, J.D.
"Psychosocial factors in chronic
Degree
(completed)
MA (CP)
Role
MA (CP)
Committee
Committee
Chair
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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spinal cord injury pain"
Chair
1990
Yoshinobu, L.R.
"Construct validation of the hope
scale: Agency and pathways
components"
MA (CP)
Committee
Member
1991
Gragg, R.A.
"AIDS risk reduction among
heterosexual college students: The
roles of perceived vulnerability and
personal efficacy"
MA (CP)
Committee
Member
Padur, J.S.
"Psychosocial adjustment in chronic
childhood disease"
MA (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Applegate, J.K.
"Leukocyte parameters in depressed
outpatients"
MA (CP)
Committee
Member
1992
Danovsky, M.B.
"Psychosocial adjustment and coping
among siblings of children with
insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus"
MA (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
1993
Ashworth, J.K.
"Compliance with initial follow-up
newborn well-child care
appointments”
MA (CP)
Committee
Chair
Barnum, D.D.
"Long-term psychosocial adjustment
of adolescents with childhood burns"
MA (CP)
Committee
Chair
Seaton, K.A.
"Effects of educational and
behavioral strategies on adherence in
adolescents with insulin dependent
diabetes mellitus"
MA (CP)
Committee
Chair
Da Costa, I.G.
"Improving adherence to medication
regimens for children with asthma
and its effect on clinical outcome"
MA (CP)
Committee
Chair
Kamps, J.L.
“A multicomponent adherence
intervention for asthma”
MA (CCP)
Committee
Co-Chair
von Weiss, R.T.
“Daily hassles and perceived social
support as predictors of adjustment in
children with pediatric rheumatic
disease”
MA (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Taylor, J.D.
“HIV prevention behaviors of
MA (CP)
adolescent women: Assessing the role
Committee
Member
1995
1998
2000
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
2007
Karlson, C.
2009
Lootens, C.
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of hope and coping strategies”
“Effects of parental massage in
children with JRA”
“Evaluating three methods of
assessing adherence to an inhaled
corticosteroid regimen for pediatric
asthma”
MA (CP)
Co-Chair
MA (CP)
Chair
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Ph.D. Dissertations
Year
Student Name
Dissertation title
1987
Purviance, M.R.
"Improving compliance with
medication regimens for juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis: Applied and
methodological perspectives"
Buckmaster, L.P.
"Compensation of caloric intake of
obese and non-obese children"
1989
Engel, J.M.
"A component analysis of relaxation
Ph.D. (DCP)
training with biofeedback for children
with vascular, muscle contraction,
and mixed headache disorders"
Committee
Co-Chair
1991
Pieper, K.B.
"Psychosocial correlates of juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Ware, L.L.
"The relationships of parent and
physician behaviors to children's
distress during invasive medical
procedures"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Laird, S.P
"A preliminary investigation into the
role of prayer as a coping technique
for adult patients with arthritis"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Gragg, R.A.
"Pain coping strategies of children
with rheumatic disease"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Summers, J.D.
"Anger and depression in chronic
spinal cord injury pain as explained
by the cognitive construct of hope"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Dujovne, V.F.
"Comparison of cognitive-behavioral
to pharmacological treatment of
depression in prepubertal children"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Danovksy, M.B.
“Development of a coping measure
for children: The Kansas Coping
Inventory (KANCOPE)"
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
1993
1994
Degree
(completed)
Ph.D. (CP)
Role
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Committee
Co-Chair
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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1998
Schmidt, S.J.
“The relationship between anger
constructs and pain in children with
rheumatic diseases”
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
1999
Barnum, D.D.
“Patterns and predictors of emotional
responses during cardiac
rehabilitation”
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Member
2001
Branstetter, A.D.
“Predictors of adherence in children
with asthma using the Health Belief
Model and Social Learning Theory”
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Hood, C.A.
“Parents’ educational and
occupational aspirations for children
with chronic illness”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Member
Kamps, J.L.
“Improving adherence to inhaled
corticosteroids in children with
asthma”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Co-Chair
Sobel, A.B.
“Pediatricians and family practice
physicians’ identification and
management of psychosocial
problems in pediatric primary care
populations”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Member
2003
Connelly, M.A.
“Headstrong: A computer-based
cognitive-behavioral intervention for
recurrent pediatric headache”
Ph.D. (CP)
Committee
Co-Chair
2004
Kleinsorge, C.A.
“The program evaluation of services
in a university primary care clinic:
Satisfaction and quality of care”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Member
Ohm, R.C.
“Is poor symptom perception a
predictor of poor adherence to
controller medication among adults
with asthma”
Ph.D. (SON)
Committee
Member
2002
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Mayes, Sunnye
“Protection motivation theory and
knowledge of household safety
hazards as predictors of parental
home safety behaviors”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Member
Steele, Michael
“Reliability and validity of the oral
health scale of the PEDSQL:
Measuring the relationship between
child oral health and health related
quality of life”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Committee
Member
2007
Diamond, Kalyn
Ph.D. (PRE)
Committee
Member
2008
Montserrat Graves
“Psychologists’ attitudes and
knowledge regarding pain
management”
“The Efficacy of
Adherence Interventions for
Chronically Ill Children:
A Meta-analytic Review”
Ph.D. (CCP)
Co-Chair
2008
Matthew Wassom
2010
Cynthia Karlson
2006
“A minimal contact cognitivePh.D. (CP)
behavioral intervention for abdominal
pain related to functional GI
disorders: Pilot study of Gutstrong”
“Massage and the gate control
Ph.D. (CP)
model”
Chair
Co-Chair
Supervision of Postdoctoral fellows:
Year
2002-2003
Fellow Name
Caroline Danda, Ph.D.
Area of Study
Pediatric Psychology
2004-2005
Maura Wendland, Ph.D.
Pediatric Psychology
Advising (Thesis committee/student academic group/individual)
See above list of master’s and doctoral students supervised and on whom committees Dr. Rapoff served.
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Educational materials:
Year
Title Description
2002
Headstrong CD-ROM Program
(Faculty advisor to Mark Connelly who
developed Headstrong)
2007
Gutstrong CD-ROM Program
(Faculty advisor to Matt Wassom who
developed Gutstrong)
2008
Jointstrong CD-ROM Program
(Faculty advisor to Cynthia Karlson who
developed Jointstrong)
2010
Adherence-Strong for juvenile arthritis
Mentoring Activities:
Mentee
Ann Davis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Behavioral Pediatrics
Department of Pediatrics
KU Medical Center
Maura Wendland, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics
KU Medical Center
Oluola Okunola, M.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Neonatology Division
Department of Pediatrics
KU Medical Center
Nicole Nolan, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Preventive Medicine and
Public Health
Ahna Pai, Ph.D.
Pediatric Psychologist
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical
Center
Steve Lassen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Intended Audience
Children with chronic headaches
Children with chronic abdominal
pain
Children with juvenile arthritis
2-7 years
Dates and Mentoring Role
2001 to 2009
Primary Mentor as her Behavioral Pediatrics Division Chief
and also on her NIH-funded K-23 Grant
2005 to 2009
Primary Mentor as her Behavioral Pediatrics Division Chief
2006 to 2007
Primary mentor as assigned by the Faculty Development
Committee
2007 to present
Primary Mentor on K-12
2006 to 2008
Primary Mentor for American Psychological Association,
Division 54 (Pediatric Psychology) mentoring program.
2007 to 2010
Primary Mentor in the Pediatrics Mentoring Program and as
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
Department of Pediatrics
Mukta Kumar, M.D.
Nandini Moorthy, M.D.
Anitha Parthiban, M.D.
Pam Shastri, D.O.
Maura Wendland, Ph.D.
Nidal El-Wiher, M.D.
Vishal Pandey, M.D.
Will Keough, M.D.
Gunjeet Kala, M.D.
Anas, Farag-Galleon, M.D.
Amber Pyeatt, M.D.
Navriandeep Kaur, D.O.
Michael Lewis, M.D.
Mitzi Go, M.D.
Osama Almadhoun, M.D.
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former Division Chief in Behavioral Pediatrics
2007-2010
Primary Mentor in the Pediatrics Mentoring Program
2008 to present
Outside mentor for pediatric rheumatologist
2008 to present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2008 to present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2008 to present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2009 to present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010 to present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2009-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2009- present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2009-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
2010-present
Secondary mentor for scholarship in Pediatrics Mentoring program
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES:
Brief statement of areas of research interest and current projects underway:
Pediatric Psychology, applied behavior analysis, pain management, psychosocial adjustment to chronic
disease and disability, and adherence to medical regimens
Grant and contract support:
Principal
Investigator
Richard
Schiefelbusch,
PhD
Investigators
Title of Grant
Funding Source
Direct
Costs
$1,500,00
0
Years
Status
Ed
Christophersen,
PhD
Vance Hall,
PhD.
Todd Risley,
PhD
Michael Rapoff
Research
Associate
Development of
children from
depriving
environments
NICHD
03144
12/1/763/31/83
Completed
Michael Rapoff
trainee
Ed
Christophersen,
PhDSupervisor
Pre-doctoral
Fellowship
NIH National
Research
Service Award
LT32HD07173-0041
$2,275
12/1/796/30/80
Completed
Carol Lindsley,
M.D.
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Improving
Compliance with
Salicylate Therapy
for Juvenile
Rheumatoid
Arthritis
Arthritis
Foundation
Allied Health
Professional
Research Grant
$15,000
7/1/826/30/83
Completed
Chuck
Hallenbeck,
PhD.
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. KUMC
Field Director
Long-Term
Training in
Rehabilitation
Psychology
NIH Training
Grant
$71,067
9/1/828/31/85
Completed
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Principal
Investigator
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Investigators
Title of Grant
Funding Source
Direct
Costs
$15,000
Years
Status
Carol Lindsley,
M.D
Improving
Compliance with
Nonsteroidal
Anti-inflammatory
Drugs &
Multicomponent
Regimens for
Juvenile
Rheumatoid
Arthritis
Foundation
Allied Health
Professional
Research Grant
7/1/836/30/84
Completed
Carol Lindsley,
M.D
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Management
Problems in
Juvenile
Rheumatoid
Arthritis: 1)
Compliance & 2)
Iritis
Astrowe
Foundation
$10,500
Carol Lindsley,
M.D
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.Education
Coordinator &
Psychologist
Mid-America
Pediatric
Rheumatology
Outreach Program
Department of
Health &
Human Services
$120,000/
year
7/1/846/30/88
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. & Carol
Lindsley, M.D.
Psychosocial &
Physical
Functioning of
Patients with
Juvenile
Rheumatoid
Arthritis
KU Medical
Center Arthritis
Endowment
Fund
$8,338
12/1/84-1
1/30/86
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. & Carol
Lindsley, M.D.
Effects of
Marion
Nutritional
Laboratories
Supplements on
Bone Mineral Status
of Pediatric SLE
Patients on Steroid
Therapy
$5,200
2/1/8612/31/88
Completed
Completed
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
Principal
Investigator
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D., Carol
Lindsley, M.D.,
& Nancy Olson,
M.D.
Title of Grant
Funding Source
Prevention of
Compliance
Problems in JRA
University of
Kansas Medical
Center
Department of
Pediatrics
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. & Martha
Barnard, Ph.D.
Psychological
Adjustment &
Coping in Chronic
Childhood Disease
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. & Martha
Barnard, Ph.D.
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D., Richard
Leff, Ph.D., &
Marc Asher,
M.D.
Rod Gragg
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. & Kathy
Lemanek, Ph.D.
Investigators
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Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D. –Faculty
Supervisor
Direct
Costs
$6,153
Years
Status
12/1/8712/1/88
Completed
University of
Kansas Medical
Center
Department of
Pediatrics
$18,550
12/1/88-1
2/1/89
Completed
Psychological
Adjustment &
Coping Among
Siblings of
Chronically Ill
Children
University of
Kansas Medical
Center
Department of
Pediatrics
$11,825
12/1/8912/1/90
Completed
Influence of
Postoperative
Analgesia on
Beta-endorphins: A
Pharmacodynamic
Model
University of
Kansas Medical
Center
Department of
Pediatrics
$17,425
12/1/8912/1/90
Completed
Pain coping
strategies in
juvenile rheumatoid
arthritis patients
Arthritis
Foundation,
Doctoral
Dissertation
Award for
Nonphysician
Health
Professionals
$10,000
9/1/918/31/92
Completed
Improving
compliance with
medication
regimens in children
with asthma
University of
Kansas General
Research Fund
Award, College
of Liberal Arts
& Sciences
$9,140
11/30/9412/1/95
Completed
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Principal
Investigator
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Investigators
Title of Grant
Funding Source
Direct
Costs
$18,110
Years
Status
Carol Lindsley,
M.D. & Nancy
Olson, M.D.
Cognitive
behavioral
management of pain
in juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis
KUMC
Research
Institute grant
award
6/1/955/30/96
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Carol Lindsley,
M.D. & Nancy
Olson, M.D.
Prevention of
medication
compliance
problems
R01, Maternal
& Child Health
$291,401
5/1/929/31/97
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Carol Lindsley,
M.D. & Nancy
Olson, M.D.
Cognitivebehavioral
management of pain
in juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis
Arthritis
Foundation
$67,063
for Year
One
7/1/966/30/99
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Nancy Olson,
M.D.
Adherence to
inhaled
corticosteroids in
childhood asthma
R01, NIH:
National
Institute of
Child Health
and Human
Development
$190,847
for Year
One
1/1/9912/31/02
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Mark Connelly
Headstrong: A
Novel Minimal
Contact Behavioral
Intervention for
Recurrent Pediatric
Headache
AstraZeneca
$50,000
10/1/0212/20/03
Completed
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Jennifer Bickel,
M.D.
John Belmont,
Ph.D.
Headstrong
intervention for
recurrent pediatric
headache
R01, NIH:
National
Institute of
Neurological
Disorders and
Stroke
(NS046641)
$150,000
for Year
One
8/1/04 –
5/30/10
Completed
CV For: Michael Rapoff, Ph.D.
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Principal
Investigator
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Investigators
Title of Grant
Funding Source
Carol Lindsley,
M.D.
John Belmont,
Ph.D.
Jointstrong
intervention for
juvenile arthritis
R-21, NIH,
National
Institute of
Arthritis and
Musculoskeletal
and Skin
Disease
(AR055183)
Michael Rapoff,
Ph.D.
Carol Lindsley,
M.D.
Adherence-strong
for juvenile arthritis
R-21 NIH,
National
Institute of
Arthritis and
Musculoskeletal
and Skin
Disease
Direct
Costs
$100,000
for year
one
Years
Status
4/1/08 –
7/31/11
Completed
$112,500
for year
one
7/08/106/30-/12
Active
(AR05787801A1)
Publications
Full length, peer-reviewed articles in scientific journals:
Articles already published:
1. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1978). Enuresis treatment. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric
Nursing, 2, 35-52.
2. Rapoff, M.A., Altman, K., & Christophersen, E.R. (1980). Elimination of a retarded blind child's
self-hitting by response-contingent brief restraint. Education and Treatment of Children, 3, 231-236.
3. Rapoff, M.A., Altman, K., & Christophersen, E.R. (1980). Suppression of self-injurious behavior:
Determining the least restrictive alternative. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research, 3, 231-236, 1980.
Reprinted in G. Murphy & B. Wilson (Eds.), (1985). Self-injurious Behavior. Kidderminster, UK:
British Institute of Mental Handicap.
4. Rapoff, M.A., Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, K.E. (1982). The management of common childhood
bedtime problems by pediatric nurse practitioners. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 7, 179-196.
5. Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R. (1982). Improving compliance in pediatric practice. Pediatric
Clinics of North America, 29, 339-357.
6. Finney, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., Hall, C.L. & Christophersen, E.R. (1983). Replication and social
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validation of habit reversal treatment for tics. Behavior Therapy, 14, 116-126.
7. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B. & Christophersen, E.R. (1984). Improving compliance with medical
regimens: A case study with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Archives of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation, 65, 267-169.
8. Finney, J.W., Friman, P.C., Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R. (1985). Improving compliance
with antibiotic regimens for otitis media: Randomized clinical trial in a pediatric clinic. American
Journal of Diseases of Children, 139, 89-95. Reprinted in the Year Book of Family Practice, 1986.
9. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B. & Christophersen, E.R. (1985). Parent perceptions of problems
experienced by their children in complying with treatments for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Archives
of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 66, 427-429.
10. Friman, P.C., Finney, J.W., Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R. (1986). Improving pediatric
appointment keeping with reminders and reduced response requirement. Journal of Applied Behavior
Analysis, 18, 315-321.
11. Rapoff, M.A. (1986). Helping parents to help their children comply with treatment regimens for
chronic diseases. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 9, 147-156.
12. Rapoff, M.A. (1986). Assessing and improving compliance with regimens for acute and chronic
pediatric diseases. Pediatrics: Nursing Update, 1(21), 1-8.
13. Glasscock, S.G., Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R. (1988). Behavioral methods to reduce
shoplifting. Journal of Business and Psychology, 2, 272-278.
14. Rapoff, M.A., Purviance, M.R. & Lindsley, C.B. (1988). Improving medication compliance for
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and its effect on clinical outcome: A single-subject analysis. Arthritis
Care and Research, 1, 12-16.
15. Rapoff, M.A., Purviance, M.R. & Lindsley, C.B. (1988). Educational and behavioral strategies for
improving medication compliance in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Archives of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation, 69, 439-441.
16. Rapoff, M.A., Walsh, D.J. & Engel, J.M. (1988). Assessment and management of chronic pediatric
headaches. Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing, 11, 159-178.
17. Barone, V.J., Rapoff, M.A. & Dwight, S.A. (1989). A review of behavioral strategies for the
treatment of asthma and asthma-related behaviors. The American Journal of Asthma & Allergy for
Pediatricians, 2, 180-183.
18. Rapoff, M.A. (1989). Compliance with treatment regimens for pediatric rheumatic diseases.
Arthritis Care and Research, 2, S40-S47.
19. Pieper, K.B., Rapoff, M.A., Purviance, M.R. & Lindsley, C.B. (1989). Improving compliance with
prednisone therapy in pediatric patients with rheumatic disease. Arthritis Care and Research, 2,
132-135.
20. Engel, J.M. & Rapoff, M.A. (1990). A component analysis of relaxation training for children with
vascular muscle contraction and mixed headache disorders. In D.C. Tyler & E.J. Crane (Eds.)
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Advances in Pain Research Therapy, Vol. 15, (pp. 273-290), New York: Raven Press.
21. Engel, J.M. & Rapoff, M.A. (1990). Biofeedback-assisted relaxation training for adult and pediatric
headache disorders. The Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 10, 283-299.
22. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., & Purviance, M.R. (1991). The validity and reliability of parental
ratings of disease activity in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis Care and Research, 4, 136-139.
23. Summers, J.D., Rapoff, M.A., Varghese, G., Porter, K. & Palmer, R.E. (1991). Psychosocial factors
in chronic spinal cord injury pain. Pain, 47, 183-189.
24. Engel, J.M., Rapoff, M.A., & Rogot, A.R. (1992). Long-term follow-up of relaxation training for
pediatric headache disorders. Headache, 32, 152-156.
25. Leonard, T.M., Klem, S.A., Asher, M.A., Rapoff, M.A., & Leff, R.D. (1993). Relationship between
pain severity and serum b-endorphin levels in postoperative patients. Pharmacotherapy, 13, 378-381.
26. Finney, J.W., Hook, R.J., Friman, P.C., Rapoff, M.A., & Christophersen, E.R. (1993). The
overestimation of adherence to pediatric medical regimens. Children's Health Care, 22, 297-304.
27. Engel, J.M., Rapoff, M.A., & Pressman, A.R. (1994). The durability of relaxation training in
pediatric headache management. The Occupational Therapy Journal of Research, 14, 183-190.
28. Padur, J.S., Rapoff, M.A., Houston, B.K., Barnard, M.U., Danovsky, M., Olson, N.Y., Moore,
M.V., Vats, T.S., & Lieberman, B. (1995). Psychosocial adjustment and the role of functional status for
children with asthma. Journal of Asthma, 32, 345-353.
29. Dujovne, V. F., Barnard, M.U., & Rapoff, M.A. (1995). Pharmacological and cognitive-behavioral
approaches in the treatment of childhood depression: A review and critique. Clinical Psychology
Review, 15, 589-611.
30. Gragg, R.A., Rapoff, M.A., Danovsky, M.B., Lindsley, C.B., Varni, J.W., Waldron, A., &
Bernstein, B.H. (1996). Assessing chronic musculoskeletal pain associated with rheumatic disease:
Further validation of the pediatric pain questionnaire. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 21, 237-250.
31. Varni, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., Waldron, S.A., Gragg, R.A., Bernstein, B.H., & Lindsley, C.B. (1996).
Chronic pain and emotional distress in children and adolescents. Developmental and Behavioral
Pediatrics, 17, 154-161.
32. Varni, J.W., Waldron, S.A., Gragg, R.A., Rapoff, M.A., Bernstein, B.H., Lindsley, C.B., &
Newcomb, M.D. (1996). Development of the Waldron/Varni Pediatric Pain Coping Inventory. Pain,
67, 141-150.
33. Varni, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., Waldron, S.A., Gragg, R.A., Bernstein, B.H., & Lindsley, C.B. (1996).
Effects of perceived stress on pediatric chronic pain. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 19, 515-528.
34. Snyder, C.R., Hoza, B., Pelham, W.E., Rapoff, M.A., Ware, L.L., Danovsky, M., Highberger, L.,
Rubinstein, H., & Stahl, K.J. (1997). The development and validation of the Children's Hope Scale.
Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 22, 399-421.
35. da Costa, I.G., Rapoff, M.A., Lemanek, K., & Goldstein, G.L. (1997). Improving adherence to
medication regimens for children with asthma and its effect on clinical outcome. Journal of Applied
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Behavior Analysis, 30, 687-691.
36. Barnum, D.D., Snyder, C.R., Rapoff, M.A., Mani, M.M., & Thompson, R. (1998) Hope and social
support in the psychological adjustment of children who have survived burns and their matched
controls. Children’s Health Care, 27, 15-30.
37. Rapoff, M.A. & Lindsley, C.B. (2000). The Pain Puzzle: A visual and conceptual metaphor for
understanding and treating pain in pediatric rheumatic disease. Journal of Rheumatology, 27, 29-33.
38. Rapoff, M.A. (2001). Pushing the envelope: Furthering research on improving adherence to chronic
pediatric disease regimens. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 26, 277-278.
39. Rapoff, M.A. (2001). Psychosocial aspects of pediatric rheumatic diseases. Current Opinion in
Rheumatology, 13, 405-409.
40. Sobel, A.B., Roberts, M.C., Rayfield, A.D., Barnard, M.U., & Rapoff, M.A. (2001). Evaluating
outpatient pediatric psychology services in a primary care setting. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 7,
395-405.
41. von Weiss, R.T., Rapoff, M.A., Varni, J.W., Lindsley, C.B., Olson, N.Y., Madson, K.L., &
Bernstein, B.H. (2002). Daily hassles and social support as predictors of adjustment in children with
pediatric rheumatic disease. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27, 155-165.
42. Rapoff, M.A. (2002). Assessing and enhancing adherence to medical regimens for juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis. Pediatric Annals, 31, 373-379.
43. Rapoff, M.A., Belmont, J., Lindsley, C.B., Olson, N.Y., & Padur, J. (2002). Prevention of
nonadherence to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications for newly diagnosed patients with
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Health Psychology, 21, 620-623.
44. Rapoff, M.A. (2003). Pediatric measures of pain. Arthritis Care & Research, 49, S90-S95.
45. Varni, J.W., Burwinkle, T.M., Rapoff, M.A., Kamps, J.L., & Olson, N. (2004). The PedsQL in
pediatric asthma: Reliability and validity of the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory generic core scales
and asthma module. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 27, 297-318.
46. Laird, S.P., Snyder, C.R., Rapoff, M.A., & Green, S. (2004). Measuring private prayer:
Development, validation, and clinical application of the Multidimensional Prayer Inventory.
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 14, 251-272.
47. Rapoff, M.A., Belmont, J.M., Lindsley, C.B., & Olson, N.Y. (2005). Electronically monitored
adherence to medications by newly diagnosed patients with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis
Care and Research, 53, 905-910.
48. Rapoff, M.A. (2006). Management of adherence and chronic rheumatic disease in children and
adolescents. Best Practice and Research in Clinical Rheumatology, 20, 301-314.
49 Connelly, M. & Rapoff, .M.A. (2006). Assessing health-related quality of life in children recurrent
headache: Reliability and validity of the PedsQL™ 4.0 in a pediatric headache sample. Journal of
Pediatric Psychology, 31, 698-702.
50. Connelly, M., Rapoff, M.A., Thompson, N., & Connelly, W. (2006). Headstrong: A pilot study of a
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CD-ROM intervention for recurrent pediatric headache. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31, 737-747.
51. Rapoff, M.A., & Lindsley, C.B. (2007, May 18). Improving adherence to medical regimens for
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Pediatric Rheumatology, 5:10 Retrieved May 31, 2007, from
http://www.ped-rheum.com/content/5/1/10
52. Berg, C.J., Rapoff, M.A., Snyder, C.R., & Belmont, J. (2007). The relationship of children’s hope
to pediatric asthma treatment adherence. Journal of Positive Psychology, 2, 176-184.
53. Rapoff, M.A. & Stark, L. (2008). Journal of Pediatric Psychology Statement of Purpose: Section
on single-subject studies. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 16-21.
54. Quittner, A.L., Modi, A.C., Lemanek, K.L., Ievers-Landis, C., & Rapoff, M.A. (2008). Evidencebased assessment of adherence to medical treatments in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric
Psychology, 33, 916-936.
55. Kamps, J.L., Rapoff, M.A., Roberts, M.C., Varela, R.E., Barnard, M., & Olson, N. (2008).
Improving adherence to inhaled corticosteroids in children with asthma: A pilot of a randomized
clinical trial. Children’s Health Care 37, 261-277.
56. Karlson, C.W. & Rapoff, M.A. (2009). Attrition in randomized controlled trials for pediatric
chronic conditions. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 782-793
57. Rapoff, M.A. (2010). Editorial: Assessing and enhancing clinical significance/social validity of
intervention research in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35, 114-119.
58. Graves, M.M., Roberts, M.C., Rapoff, M.A. & Boyer, A. (2010). The efficacy of adherence
interventions for chronically ill children: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 35,
368-382.
59. Kleinsorge, C.A., Roberts, M.C., Roy, K.M., & Rapoff, M.A. (2010). The program evaluation of
services in a primary care clinic: Attaining a medical home. Clinical Pediatrics, 49, 548-559.
60. Branstetter, A.D., Berg, C.J., Rapoff, M.A., & Belmont, J. (2010). Predicting children’s adherence
to asthma medication regimens. Journal of Behavioral Health and Medicine, 1, 172-185.
61. Lootens, C.C. & Rapoff, M.A. (2011). Review of pediatric measures of pain for patients with
juvenile arthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 63 (Supplement), pp. S253-S262.
62. Rapoff, M.A., Lootens, C.C., & Tsai, M.S. (2012). Assessing adherence and barriers to adherence
in pediatric asthma. Respiratory Drug Delivery, pp. 1-12.
63. Stinson, J.N., Connelly, M., Jibb, L.A., Schanberg, L.E., Walco, G., Spiegel, L.R., Tse, S.M.L.,
Chalom, E.C., Chira, P., & Rapoff, M. (2012). Developing a standardized approach to the assessment
of pain in children and youth presenting to pediatric rheumatology providers: A Delphi survey and
consensus conference process followed by feasibility testing. Pediatrics Rheumatology, 10: 7 (online
journal).
Manuscripts in press:
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Valente, A., Badolato, K., Hassett, A.L., Rapoff, M.A., Peterson, M.G.E., Pineles, D. Lehman, T.J.
A., & Moorthy, L.N. (in press). Disease management in pediatric lupus: Could it pose a burden?
Manuscripts submitted but not yet accepted:
Invited or non-peer-reviewed articles or reviews:
Summers, J.D. & Rapoff, M.A. (1994) Comments on M.J. Cohen. Pain, 58, 281-282.
Books and book chapters:
Books:
Snyder, R., McDermott, D., Cook, W., & Rapoff, M. (1997). Hope for the journey: Helping children
through good times and bad. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Rapoff, M.A. (1999). Adherence to pediatric medical regimens. New York: Kluwer/Plenum.
Rapoff, M.A. (2010). Adherence to pediatric medical regimens, 2nd ed. New York: Springer.
Book Chapters:
1. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1979). Behavioral problems in children. In G.M. Scipien, M.
Barnard, M. Chard, J. Howe, & P. Phillips (Eds.). Comprehensive pediatric nursing (pp. 361-383),
Second Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.
2. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1979). Behavioral pediatrics. In O.F. Pomerleau & J.P. Brady
(Eds.). Behavioral medicine: Theory and practice (pp. 99-123). Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins.
3. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1980). Biosocial pediatrics. In J. Ferguson & B. Taylor
(Eds.). The comprehensive handbook of behavioral medicine (Vol 3) (pp. 3-21). Jamaica, New York:
Spectrum.
4. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1980). Pediatric psychology: An appraisal. In B. Lahey, & A.
Kazdin (Eds.), Advances in clinical child psychology (pp. 311-332). New York: Plenum Press.
5. Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R. (1982). Compliance of pediatric patients with medical
regimens: A review and evaluation. In R.B. Stuart (Ed.), Adherence, compliance and generalization in
behavioral medicine (pp. 79-124). New York: Brunner/Mazel.
6. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1982). Toileting problems of children. In C.E. Walker &
M.C. Roberts (Eds.), Handbook of clinical child psychology (pp. 593-615). New York: Wiley & Sons.
7. Rapoff, M.A. (1985). Behavior therapy. In M. Gilbert & R.T. Brock (Eds.), Holy Spirit and
counseling: Theology and theory (pp. 157-172). MA: Hendrickson Publishers, Inc.
8. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1986). Common developmental problems. In G.M. Scipien,
M.U. Barnard, M.A. Chard, J. Howe & P.J. Philips (Eds). Comprehensive pediatric nursing 3rd Ed,
(pp.591-615). New York: McGraw-Hill.
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9. Rapoff, M.A. & Barnard, M.U. (1991). Compliance with pediatric medical regimens. In J.A.
Cramer & Spilker, B. (Eds.). Patient compliance in medical practice and clinical trials (pp.73-98).
New York: Raven Press.
10. Christophersen, E.R. & Rapoff, M.A. (1992). Toileting problems in children. In C.E. Walker &
M.C. Roberts (Eds.). Handbook of Clinical Child Psychology, 2nd edition (pp.399-411). New York:
John Wiley & Sons.
11. Varni, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., Waldron, S.A. (1994). Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis: Psychological
issues. In R.A. Olson, L.L. Mullins, J.B. Gillman, & J.M. Chaney (Eds.). A Sourcebook of Pediatric
Psychology (pp.75-89). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Press.
12. Rapoff, M.A. (1996). Adherence. In S.Wegener, B. Belza, & E. Gall (Eds.), Clinical Care in the
Rheumatic Diseases (pp. 137-140). Atlanta, GA: Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals.
13. Rapoff, M.A. (1998). Adherence issues among adolescents with chronic diseases. In S.A.
Shumaker, E. Schron, J. Ockene, & W.L. McBee (Eds.), Handbook of health behavior change. 2nd ed.
(pp. 377-408). New York: Springer.
14. Rapoff, M.A. (2000). Assessing and enhancing adherence to regimens for pediatric rheumatic
diseases. In J.L Melvin & V.F. Wright (Eds.), Rheumatologic rehabilitation series, Volume 3:
Pediatric rheumatic diseases (pp. 127-140). Bethesda, MD: The American Occupational Therapy
Association, Inc.
15. Rapoff, M.A. (2000). Facilitating adherence to medical regimens for pediatric rheumatic diseases:
Primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention. In D. Drotar (Ed.) Promoting adherence to medical
treatment in childhood chronic illness: Concepts, methods, and interventions (pp.329-345). Mahwah,
N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
16. Rapoff, M.A. (2001). Adherence. In L. Robbins, C.S. Burckhardt, M.T. Hannan, & R.J. DeHoratius
(Eds.), Clinical Care in the Rheumatic Diseases, 2nd Edition (pp. 273-276). Atlanta, GA: Association
of Rheumatology Health Professionals, American College of Rheumatology.
17. Rapoff, M.A., McGrath, A.M., & Lindsley, C.B. (2003). Medical and psychosocial aspects of
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. In M.C. Roberts (Ed.). Handbook of pediatric psychology, 3rd edition (pp.
392-408). New York: Guilford.
18. Finney, J.W. & Rapoff, M.A. (2003). Treatment adherence-medical. In T. H. Ollendick & C.S.
Schroeder (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical child and pediatric psychology (pp. 680-681). New York:
Kluwer Academic/Plenum.
19. Sherry, D.D., Varni, J.W., & Rapoff, M.A. (2006). Pain assessment and management. In I.S. Szer,
Y. Kimura, P.N. Malleson, & T.R. Southwood (eds.). Arthritis in children and adolescents. Juvenile
idiopathic arthritis (pp. 357-366). New York: Oxford University Press.
20. Rapoff, M.A., McGrath, A.M., & Smith, S.D. (2006). Adherence to treatment demands. In R.T.
Brown (Ed.), Pediatric hematology/oncology: A biopsychosocial approach (pp.138-169). Oxford
University Press.
21. Rapoff, M.A. & Bartlett, SJ. (2006). Adherence in children and adults. In S. J. Barlett, C.O.
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Bingham, M.J. Maricic, M.D. Iverson, & V. Ruffing (eds.) (2006), Clinical care in the rheumatic
disease, 3rd ed (pp. 279-284)., Atlanta: American College of Rheumatology.
22. Rapoff, M.A. (2009). Adherence issues among adolescents with chronic diseases. In S.A.
Schmaker, J.K. Ockene, & K.A. Riekert (Eds.), The handbook of health behavior change, 3rd ed (pp.
545-588). New York: Springer.
23. Rapoff, M.A. & Lindsley, C.B. (2009). Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. In W. T. O’Donohue & L.W.
Tolle (Eds.), Behavioral approaches to chronic disease in adolescence: A guide to integrative care
(pp. 129-142). New York: Springer.
24. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., & Karlson, C. (2009). Medical and psychosocial aspects of juvenile
rheumatoid arthritis. In M.C. Roberts & R.G. Steele (Eds.), Handbook of pediatric psychology, 4th ed.
(pp. 366-380). New York Guilford.
25. Rapoff, M.A. & Lindsley, C.B. (2011). Pain. In J.T. Cassidy, R.E. Petty, R.M. Laxer, & C.B.
Lindsley. Textbook of pediatric rheumatology, 6th ed. (pp. 192-197). Philadelphia: Elsevier.
Published abstracts:
1. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Purviance, M., Pieper, K. (1986). Compliance with Prednisone for
systemic lupus erythematosus and dermatomyositis. Journal of Rheumatology, 13, 219.
2. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Purviance, M.R. (1986). Improving compliance with medications for
JRA. Journal of Rheumatology, 13, 219.
3. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Pieper, K. (1986). Improving compliance with prednisone for patients
with rheumatic disease. Journal of Rheumatology, 13, 219.
4. Klem, S.A., Leonard, T.M, Asher, M.A., Rapoff, M.A., Leff, R.D. (1990). Influence of postoperative
pain on B-endorphins: A pharmacodynamic model. Clinical Research, 38: 833A.
5. Engel, J.M., Rapoff, M.A., & Rogot, A.R. (1991). Long-term follow-up of relaxation training for
pediatric headache disorders. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 6:184.
6. Gragg, R., Rapoff, M., Lindsley, C., Danovsky, M., Varni, J., Waldron, S., & Bernstein, B. (1994).
Prediction of pain, functional status, and psychosocial adjustment in children with rheumatic disease.
Arthritis & Rheumatism, 37, S299.
7. Gragg, R., Rapoff, M., Lindsley, C., & Danovsky, M. (1994). Assessment of pain in children with
rheumatic diseases. Clinical and Experimental Rheumatology, 12, S123.
Presentations:
Scientific papers presented at national and international meetings:
1. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Pieper, K. & Purviance, M.R.: Compliance with prednisone for
systemic lupus erythematosus and dermatomyositis, Section on Rheumatology, American Academy of
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Pediatrics Annual Meeting; San Antonio, Texas, October 19, 1985.
2. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B. & Purviance, M.R.: Improving compliance with medications for
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Section on Rheumatology, American Academy of Pediatrics Annual
Meeting; San Antonio, Texas, October 19, 1985.
3. Finney, J.W., Hooks, R.J., Friman, P.C., Rapoff, M.A. & Christophersen, E.R.: Health care
providers' prediction of patient noncompliance. 9th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral
Medicine; Boston, MA, April 29, 1988.
4. Engel, J.M. & Rapoff, M.A.: A component analysis of relaxation training with biofeedback for
children with vascular muscle contraction and mixed headaches disorders, 1st International Symposium
on Pediatric Pain; Seattle, WA, July 21-25, 1988.
5. Rapoff, M.A.: Compliance in children. Compliance Conference sponsored by Arthritis Foundation,
Phoenix, AZ, January 12-13, 1989.
6. Pieper, K., Rapoff, M.A., Padur, J., Lindsley, C.B. & Lieberman, B: Psychosocial correlates of
juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. American Academy of Pediatrics, Rheumatology Section; Chicago, IL,
October 23, 1989.
7. Harty, J.R., Rapoff, M.A., Wible, K.L. & Hollowell, J.G.: Factors affecting compliance with
newborn follow-up, American Pediatric Society - Society for Pediatric Research; Anaheim, CA, May
10, 1990.
8. Klem, S.A., Leonard, T.M., Asher, M.A., Rapoff, M.A., & Leff, R.D.: Influence of postoperative
pain on beta-endorphins: A pharmacodynamic model, Midwest Society for Pediatric Research;
Chicago, IL. November 1, 1990.
9. Nelson, L.R., Barnard, M.U., King, C., Hassanein, R., & Rapoff, M.A.: Instrument development for
the determination of adolescent health needs, Society for Adolescent Medicine; Denver, Colorado,
March 15, 1991.
10. Rapoff, M.A., Finney, J.W., Friman, P.C, and Kerwin, M.L.: Behavioral consultation and research
in pediatric rheumatology, Symposium presentation Behavioral Pediatrics: Research and Consultation
in Diverse Health Settings; 18th Annual Convention of Association for Behavior Analysis; San
Francisco, CA., May 25, 1992.
11. Gragg, R.A., Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Olson, N.Y., Waldron, S.A., Varni, J.W., & Bernstein,
B. Pain coping strategies of children with rheumatic disease. Arthritis Foundation Research
Conference; Phoenix, AZ, June 19, 1993.
12. Gragg, R.A., Varni, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Waldron, S.A., & Bernstein, B. Stress,
social support, and adjustment in children with rheumatic disease. Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the
Society of Behavioral Medicine; Boston, MA, April 15, 1994.
13. Gragg, R.A., Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Danovsky, M., Varni, J.W., Waldron, S., & Bernstein,
B. Assessment and prediction of pain in children with rheumatic diseases. Spring Session of the
American Academy of Pediatrics; Section on Rheumatology, Denver, CO., April 25, 1994.
14. Gragg, R.A., Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., & Danovsky, M.B.: Assessment of pain in children
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with rheumatic diseases. Paper presented (by Dr. Lindsley) at the Second European Conference on
Pediatric Autoimmune and Rheumatic Diseases; Pavia, Italy; September 9, 1994.
15. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence issues in juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. 29th National Scientific Meeting
of the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals and the 58th National Scientific Meeting of
the American College of Rheumatology; Minneapolis, MN., October 24, 1994.
16. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B., Olson, N., Padur, J., & Morris, J.: Prevention of medication
nonadherence in children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. American College of Rheumatology and
the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals; Orlando, FL., October, 1996.
17. Rapoff, M.A. & Wright, S.J.: Assessment and treatment of pain in children with rheumatic
disease”. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology and the
Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals; Washington, D.C., November 11, 1997.
18. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence intervention research in pediatric rheumatology. Adherence to Treatment
in Childhood Chronic Illness Conference, Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, OH., October
30-31, 1998.
19. Kamps, J., Rapoff, M.A., Olson, N., Weiner, R., Cheavens, J., & Schroeder, L.: Assessing and
enhancing adherence to inhaled corticosteroids in children with asthma. 8th Florida Conference on
Child Health Psychology; Gainesville, FL., April 27, 2001.
20. Branstetter, A.D., Rapoff, M.A., Kamps, J., & Cheavens, J.S.: Predictors of medical adherence
among children with asthma using the Health Belief Model and Social Learning Theory. 35th annual
meeting of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy; Philadelphia, PA., November 17,
2001.
21. Rapoff, M.A.: Enhancing adherence to medical regimens for patients with juvenile rheumatoid
arthritis. Paper presented at the 111th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association;
Toronto, Canada, August 7, 2003.
22. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence to Pediatric Medical Regimens, Plenary Address, Society of Pediatric
Psychology, National Conference in Child Health Psychology; Charleston, SC, April 16, 2004.
23. Connelly, M., Rapoff, M.A., Duke-Woodside, M., Thompson, N., & Connelly, W.: Headstrong: A
pilot study of a computer-based cognitive-behavioral intervention for recurrent pediatric headache,
Society of Pediatric Psychology, National Conference in Child Health Psychology; Charleston, SC,
April 17, 2004.
24. Rapoff, M.A.: Alternative therapies for pediatric populations/Headstrong intervention, Advances in
Prevention and Management of Migraine Headaches, sponsored by the National Institute of
Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NIH); Boston, MA, October 14, 2004.
25. Rapoff, M.A. How do you know your patient is taking medicines, exercising, and following other
regimens you recommended? Presented at the annual meeting of the American College of
Rheumatology and the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals, Boston, MA., November
10, 2007
26. Rapoff, M.A. & Pai, A. Improving adherence to regimens for pediatric chronic diseases: An update
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and recommendations for research and practice. Presented at the Midwest Conference on Pediatric
Psychology, Kansas City, MO., April 2, 2009.
27. Rapoff, M.A. Enhancing clinical significance of research in pediatric psychology. Presentation for
symposium: Enhancing the quality of published research in pediatric psychology at the 117th
Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 8, 2009.
28. Rapoff, M.A. Networking session for Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals:
Enhancing patient adherence. October 19, 2009. Moderator for symposium: Double click on health:
Use of interactive health communication applications for youth with arthritis, October 20, 2009.
Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology
Health Professionals, Philadelphia, PA.
29. Rapoff, M.A. Daltroy Memorial Lecture: Adherence to medical regimens for rheumatic diseases
and the importance of patient-clinician communication. Invited address at the Annual Scientific
Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals, November 9, 2010. Also, moderator for noon networking session on Adherence to
Medical Regimens, Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals, November 9, 2010, Atlanta,
GA.
30. Rapoff, M.A. Assessing adherence and barriers to adherence in pediatric asthma. Platform
presentation at the 2012 Arizona Respiratory Drug Delivery Conference, May 16, 2010, Phoenix, AZ.
Scientific papers presented at local and regional meetings:
1. Rapoff, M.A. & Engel, J.M.: Psychosocial aspects of pediatric pain management, 14th Annual
Scientific Meeting of the Midwest Pain Society; Kansas City, MO, April 27, 1990.
Poster presentations:
Poster presentations at national and international meetings:
1. Christophersen, E.R., Rapoff, M.A., Finney, J.W. & Friman, P.C.: Behavioral Pediatrics at the
University of Kansas Medical Center, Society of Behavioral Medicine 4th Annual Convention;
Baltimore, Maryland, March 4, 1983.
2. Christophersen, E.R., Rapoff, M.A., Belden, B.D., Friman, P.C. & Cochrane, B.L.: Behavioral
medicine training program at the University of Kansas Medical Center, 5th Annual Scientific Sessions
of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Philadelphia, PA, May 24, 1984.
3. Rapoff, M.A., Lindsley, C.B. & Pieper, K.: Improving compliance with prednisone for patients with
rheumatic disease, Poster session presented at the International Conference on Systemic Lupus
Erythematosus; Calgary, Canada, June 25-27, 1986.
4. Rapoff, M.A. & Engel, J.M.: The effects of relaxation training on adults and childhood headache
disorders: Multiple outcomes and social validation, 8th Annual Scientific Session of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C., March 19-22, 1987.
5. Ware, L., Rapoff, M.A., Padur, J. & Vats, T.S.: Physician behavior and children's distress during
bone marrow aspirations, 9th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Boston, MA,
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April 29, 1988.
6. Pieper, K., Rapoff, M.A., Padur, J., Lindsley, C.B. & Lieberman, B.: Psychosocial correlates of
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, 23rd Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of
Behavior Therapy; Washington, D.C., November 4, 1989.
7. Padur, J., Rapoff, M.A., Barnard, M.U., Danovsky, M., & Lieberman, B.: Psychosocial adjustment
in chronic childhood disease, 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Washington,
D.C., March 22, 1991.
8. Summers, J.D., Rapoff, M.A., Varghese, G., Porter, K., & Palmer, R.E.: Psychosocial factors in
chronic spinal cord injury pain, 12th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine;
Washington, D.C., March 22, 1991.
9. Engel, J.M., Rapoff, M.A., & Rogot, A.R.: Long-term follow-up of relaxation training for pediatric
headache disorders, 2nd International Symposium on Pediatric Pain; Montreal, Canada, April 26, 1991.
10. Danovsky, M.B., Barnard, M.U., & Rapoff, M.A.: Psychological adjustment and coping among
siblings of children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, 13th Annual Meeting of the Society of
Behavioral Medicine; New York, NY., March 27, 1992.
11. Ware, L.L., Rapoff, M.A., Barnard, M.U., & Vats, T.: Relationships of parent and physician
behaviors to children's distress, 100th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association;
Washington, D.C., August, 1992.
12. Summers, J.D. & Rapoff, M.A.: Anger, depression, and cognitive construct of hope in spinal cord
injury pain, 15th Annual Meeting of The Society of Behavioral Medicine; Boston, MA., April 14, 1994.
13. Snyder, C.R., Rapoff, M.A., Ware, L.L., Hoza, B., Pelham, W., Danovsky, M., Highberger, L.,
Rubinstein, H., & Stahl, K.J.: The development and validation of the Children's Hope Scale, Kansas
Conference in Clinical Child Psychology; Lawrence, KS., October 14, 1994.
14. Gragg, R., Rapoff, M., Lindsley, C., Danovsky, M., Varni, J., Waldron, S., & Bernstein, B.:
Prediction of pain, functional status, and psychosocial adjustment in children with rheumatic disease,
58th National Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology; Minneapolis, MN.,
October 26, 1994.
15. Danovsky, M.B., Barnard, M.U., Rapoff, M.A., Gragg, R.A., Padur, J.S., & Moore, W.V.:
Psychosocial adjustment and coping among children with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and their
siblings, 5th Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology; Gainesville, Florida, April 20, 1995.
16. Danovsky, M.B., Rapoff, M.A. & Houston, B.K.: Development of the Kansas Coping Inventory for
Children: The KANCOPE, 103rd Annual American Psychological Association Convention; New York,
August, 1995.
17. Snyder, C.R., Rapoff, M.A., Ware, L.L., Hoza, B., Pelham, W.E., Samuelson, B., Danovsky, M.,
Highberger, L., Hinton-Nelson, M., Rubinstein, H. & Stahl, K.: The Children's Hope Scale, 103rd
Annual American Psychological Association Convention; New York, August, 1995.
18. Rapoff, M.A., Schmidt, S., Hagglund, K., Gragg, R., Lindsley, C., Olson, N., & Cassidy, J.: Pain
descriptive words and pain interference in children with rheumatic diseases, Annual meeting of the
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Washington, D.C., November 11, 1997.
19. von Weiss, R.T., Rapoff, M.A., Varni, J.W., Lindsley, C.B., Madson, K., & Bernstein, B.: Daily
hassles and perceived social support as predictors of adjustment in children with pediatric rheumatic
disease, Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology; Gainesville, FL., April 21, 1999.
20. Kamps, J.L., Lemanek, K., Rapoff, M.A., & Olson, N.: A multicomponent adherence intervention
for asthma, Florida Conference on Child Health Psychology; Gainesville, FL., April 23, 1999.
21. Samad, A.S., Yamanah, G.A.N, von Weiss, R.T., Rapoff, M.A., Maged, H., El Dayem, M.A.,
Mahmoud, N., Madson, K., Olson, N.Y., & Lindsley, C.B.: A cross-cultural comparison of pain
severity and location in children with polyarticular juvenile rheumatoid arthritis from Egypt and the
Midwestern United States of America, Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of
Rheumatology & the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals; San Francisco, CA,
November 13, 2001.
22. Branstetter, A. & Rapoff, M.A.: Component analysis of a medical adherence intervention: Thinking
versus doing, Association for Behavior Analysis, 28th Annual Convention; Toronto, Canada, May 27,
2002.
23. Kamps, J.L., Rapoff, M.A., & Roberts, M.: Exploring outcomes of an asthma adherence
intervention, Society of Pediatric Psychology, National Conference in Child Health Psychology;
Charleston, SC, April 16, 2004.
24. Rapoff, M.A.: A review and critique of electronic monitoring devices for measuring adherence to
pediatrics medical regimens, National Conference on Child Health Psychology, Gainesville, FL., April
20, 2006.
25. Karlson, C.W., Rapoff, M.A., Hamilton, N.A., & Lindsley, C.B.: Psychosocial predictors of pain in
children with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Poster Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society
for Behavioral Medicine; Washington, DC, March 22, 2007.
26. Lootens, C, Karlson, C.W., & Rapoff, M.A.: Global versus daily functioning as predictors of
recurrent pediatric headache. Poster presentation at the 117th Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 7, 2009.
27. Stinson, J., Connelly, M., Chalom, E., Chira, P., Schanberg, L., Rapoff, M., Walco, G., Tse, S., &
Spiegel: Ask me where it hurts?: Developing a standardized approach to the assessment of pain in
children and youth presenting to pediatric rheumatology providers. Poster presentation at the Annual
Scientific Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals, Philadelphia, PA. October 20, 2009.
28. Lootens, C.C., Rapoff, M.A., & Belmont, J.M. Evaluating three methods of assessing adherence to
an inhaled corticosteroid regimen for pediatric asthma. Poster presentation at the National Conference
in Pediatric Psychology, San Antonio, TX., April 15, 2011.
29. Rapoff, M.A., Connelly, M., Belmont, J.M., Lootens, C.C., & Karlson, C.W. Headstrong
intervention for recurrent pediatric headache. Poster presentation at the National Conference in
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Oral Presentations: National and International
1. Rapoff, M.A. Clinical studies using N of 1. Workshop presented at the 59th National Scientific
Meeting of the American College of Rheumatology and the 30th National Scientific Meeting of the
Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals; San Francisco, CA., October 26, 1995.
2. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessment and management of pain in children with rheumatic diseases. Invited
lecture at the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology and the Association of
Rheumatology Health Professionals; Orlando, FL., October 1996.
3. Rapoff, M.A.: The Pain Puzzle: Assessment and management of pain in children. Invited lecture at
Park City IV: Pediatric Rheumatology into the Next Century; Park City, Utah, March 14-18, 1998.
4. Rapoff, M.A. & Wright, S.J.: Cognitive/behavioral management of pain for children and adolescents
with rheumatic diseases”, Workshop presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College of
Rheumatology and the Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals; Boston, MA, November
1999.
5. Rapoff, M.A.: Compliance and adherence to therapy-a major problem in therapeutics and clinical
research, Annual Meeting of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics; Los
Angeles, CA, March 15, 2000.
6. Rapoff, M.A. & von Weiss, R.: Prevention of nonadherence to medical regimens for chronic
pediatric diseases. Symposium presentation, Studies in Behavioral Pediatrics: Exemplary Mergers
between Behavioral Science and Pediatric Practice, Annual Meeting of the American Psychological
Association; Washington, D.C., August 4, 2000.
7. Rapoff, M.A.: Bridging the gap: Navigating the transition from graduate training to early
careerhood: Research/Clinical Focus, Discussion hour at the 8th Florida Conference on Child Health
Psychology; Gainesville, FL., April 26, 2001.
8. Rapoff, M.A. & Wright, S.J.: Assessing and enhancing adherence to pediatric rheumatic disease
regimens, Workshop presentation at the American College of Rheumatology/Association of
Rheumatology Health Professionals Annual Scientific Meeting; New Orleans, LA., October 27, 2002.
9. Bautch, J.C., Bilek, L.D., Fisher, N.M., Neuberger, G.B., & Rapoff, M.A.: Accessing the evidence
for practice and research, Workshop presentation at the American College of
Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals Annual Scientific Meeting; New
Orleans, LA., October 28, 2002.
10. Bautch, J.C., Belza, B., Fisher, N.M., Rapoff, M.A., & Rooks, D.S.: Collaboration in research,
Workshop presentation at American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals Annual Scientific Meeting; Orlando, FL., October 26, 2003.
11. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence to pediatric medical regimens, presentation at Children’s Hospital
Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, October 28, 2004.
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12. Rapoff, M.A.: Enhancing adherence to medical regimens for patients with juvenile rheumatoid
arthritis. Invited address at the Adheris Scientific Advisory Board Meeting, Boston, MA, April 1, 2006
13. Rapoff, M.A. & Lindsley, C.B. Improving adherence to medical regimens for pediatric rheumatic
diseases. Presented at the American College of Rheumatology/Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals Scientific Meeting, November 12, 2006, Washington, D.C.
14. Rapoff, M.A. Developing adherence among children with chronic health conditions. Invited
presentation at the 34th Annual Convention of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, May
25, 2008, Chicago, IL.
15. Rapoff, M.A. Served as moderator and speaker; talk was “Top 10 ways of improving research on
adherence”, Non-adherence in adolescents with chronic illness; sponsored by National Institute of
Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, Bethesda, MD, September 22-23, 2008.
Presentations at local and regional meetings:
1. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving compliance with regimens for pain management, 8th
Scientific Meeting, Midwest Pain Society, Kansas City, Missouri, March 17, 1984.
2. Rapoff, M.A. & Engel, J.M.: Psychosocial aspects of pediatric pain management, 14th Annual
Scientific Meeting of the Midwest Pain Society; Kansas City, MO, April 27, 1990.
3. Sobel, A., Roberts, M., Rapoff, M.A., Barnard, M.U.: Pediatric psychology practice in an outpatient
setting: A prospective study of treatment outcome, Poster presentation at the 2000 Southwest Regional
Child Health Conference; Oklahoma City, OK, April 27, 2000.
4. Boeving, C.A., Finney, J.W., Rapoff, M.A., & Varni, J.W.: Spirituality and the coping process with
childhood chronic illness, Poster presentation at the Kansas Conference in Clinical Child Psychology:
Translating Research into Practice; Lawrence, KS, October 3, 2000.
5. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence, Asthma Educator Workshop, American
Lung Association of Kansas; Overland Park, KS, February 14, 2002.
6. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to asthma regimens, Lung Disease:
challenges for Kansas in 2002, American Lung Association of Kansas; Wichita, KS, February 21,
2002.
7. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence, Asthma Educator Certification
Workshop, American Lung Association of Kansas, University of Kansas-Edwards Campus; Overland
Park, KS., October 25, 2002.
8. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to asthma regimens and Quality of life
issues in asthma: Using QOL measurement tools in practice, Asthma Educator Certification Workshop,
American Lung Association of Kansas; Wichita, KS, March 7, 2003.
9. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to asthma regimens and Quality of life
issues in asthma: Using QOL measurement tools in practice, Asthma Educator Certification Workshop,
American Lung Association of Kansas University of Kansas-Edwards Campus; Overland Park, KS,
March 13, 2003.
10. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to asthma regimens and Quality of life
issues in asthma: Using QOL measurement tools in practice, Asthma Educator Certification Workshop,
American Lung Association of Kansas University of Kansas-Edwards Campus; Overland Park, KS,
October 24, 2003.
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11. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to asthma regimens and Quality of life
issues in asthma: Using QOL measurement tools in practice, Asthma Educator Certification Workshop,
American Lung Association of Kansas University of Kansas-Edwards Campus; Overland Park, KS,
May 3, 2004.
12. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence to pediatric asthma regimens, Presentation for First Guard nurses; Kansas
City, MO., October 1, 2004.
13. Rapoff, M.A.: How do you know your patient is taking medications as prescribed? Pediatrics
Grand Rounds, University of Kansas Medical Center; Kansas City, KS., November 12, 2004.
14. Rapoff, M.A.: The pain puzzle: A biopsychosocial approach to assessing and treating chronic pain,
2004 Fall Conference of the Greater Kansas City Psychological Association; Kansas City, MO,
November 20, 2004.
15. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence issues in pediatric asthma, Annual symposium of the Greater Kansas City
Allergy Society; Overland Park, KS., January 29, 2005.
16. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence and Quality of life assessments, Asthma
Educator Workshop, sponsored by the American Lung Association of Kansas, KU Edwards Campus;
Overland Park, KS., March 7, 2005.
17. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence to chronic care regimens, Pediatric
symposium: Chronic health concerns in the school setting, sponsored by the American Lung
Association of Kansas, the Kansas Asthma Coalition, the Kansas Department of Health &
Environment, and the Wichita Public Schools; Wichita, KS., April 8, 2005.
18. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence and Quality of life assessments, Asthma
Educator Workshop, sponsored by the American Lung Association of Kansas, Pozez Education Center,
Stormont-Vail Hospital; Topeka, KS., April 21, 2005.
19. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving adherence to pediatric medical regimens, 19th Annual
Western Kansas Respiratory Seminar; Hays, KS., September 9, 2005.
20. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence and Quality of life assessments, Asthma
Educator Workshop, sponsored by the American Lung Association of Kansas, Wesley Medical Center,
Wichita, KS., April 27, 2006.
21. Rapoff, M.A. Assessing and improving patient adherence and Quality of life assessments, Asthma
Educator Workshop, sponsored by the American Lung Association of Kansas and Children’s Mercy
Hospitals & Clinics, Kansas City, MO, May 11, 2006
22. Rapoff, M.A. How to communicate with your mentor, to get the most out of your relationship.
University of Kansas Medical, School of Medicine, Networking Luncheon Session, October 31, 2007.
23. Rapoff, M.A. Improving adherence to pediatric medical regimens: An update and recommendations
for clinicians. Grand Rounds, Department of Pediatrics, KU Medical Center, April 4, 2008.
24. Rapoff, M.A. Improving adherence in pediatric regimens for juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Center
for the Promotion of Treatment Adherence and Self-Management, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, September 15, 2008.
25. Rapoff, M.A. Can’t or won’t poop?: Stool Toileting Refusal. Pediatric Grand Attending Rounds,
University of Kansas Medical Center, August 11, 2010
26. Rapoff, M.A. Translational research proposal on Vitamin D, migraine, and related pain disorders.
Translational Discovery Forum, Institute for Neurological Disorders, University of Kansas Medical
Center, October 15, 2010.
27. Rapoff, M.A. e- Health interventions in pediatrics. Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Kansas
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28. Rapoff, M.A. e- Health interventions in pediatrics. Clinical and Translational Research Seminar,
University of Kansas Medical Center, February 23, 2012.
29. Rapoff, M.A., Looten, C.C., Lindsley, C.B., Tsai, M.S., Williams, A.J. & Wright, S. Adherence
strong for juvenile arthritis. Poster presentation at the Midwest Regional Conference on Pediatric
Psychology, Milwaukee, WI, April 27, 2012.
30. Rapoff, M.A., Karlson, C.W., Lootens, C.C., Williams, A.J., Lindsley, C.B., Belmont, J.M., &
Lovell, D. Joinstrong pilot study: A cognitive-behavioral CD-ROM intervention for juvenile arthritis.
Poster presentation at the Midwest Regional Conference on Pediatric Psychology, Milwaukee, WI,
April 27, 2012.
Invited seminars at other universities and meetings:
1. Rapoff, M.A.: Compliance with regimens for JRA: Assessment and intervention, Clinical Advances
in Pediatrics, Danciger Institute for the Health Sciences of Menorah Medical Center, Children's Mercy
Hospital; Kansas City, Missouri, November 15, 1984.
2. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence to medical regimens in JRA: Assessment and intervention, Arthritis
Health Professions Fellows Conference; Amelia Island, FL., December 1, 1984.
3. Rapoff, M.A.: Improving compliance with medical regimens for chronic childhood diseases,
Consultations with Pediatric Rheumatology and Psychology, Children's Hospital, New Orleans, May 9,
1986.
4. Rapoff, M.A.: Clinical research opportunities in pediatric rheumatology, Future Directions in
Pediatric Rheumatology: A Consensus Conference; Arlington, VA, January 23-25, 1988.
5. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessment and management of pediatric pain, Walter Reed Army Medical Center,
Department of Pediatrics; Washington, D.C., January 26, 1988.
6. Rapoff, M.A.: Does arthritis cause temper tantrums? 5th Annual Meeting of the American Juvenile
Arthritis Organization; Chicago, IL, July 7, 1988.
7. Rapoff, M.A.: Methods for improving patient compliance, Educational Teleconference, University
of Wisconsin-Madison, Center for Health Sciences, School of Allied Health Professions; October 18,
1989.
8. Rapoff, M.A.: Compliance issues, American Juvenile Arthritis Organization Convention; Columbus,
Ohio, July 18, 1992.
9. Rapoff, M.A.: Adherence/Compliance, American Juvenile Arthritis Organization Convention;
Kansas City, MO, August 5, 1995.
10. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving adherence to pediatric medical regimens, Clinical
Psychology Seminar, North Dakota State University; Fargo, ND, October 11, 1996.
11. Rapoff, M.A.: Pain puzzle: A visual and conceptual metaphor for understanding and treating
chronic pain in children. Amarillo Pediatric Symposium, Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center; Amarillo, TX, December 3, 1999.
12. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving adherence to pediatric medical regimens, Pediatric Grand
Rounds, Stormont-Vail Regional Medical Center; Topeka, KS., July 18, 2001.
13. Rapoff, M.A.: Hope for the Journey and Compliance, Midwest Regional Juvenile Arthritis Family
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14. Rapoff, M.A.: Pain coping strategies, RA/JRA Patient Advisory Council Meeting; New York, NY,
November 2-4, 2001.
15. Rapoff, M.A.: How to cope with the stress of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Juvenile Arthritis
Luncheon Seminar, Arthritis Foundation (Michigan Chapter); Novi, MI, September 9, 2002.
16. Rapoff, M.A.: Assessing and improving patient adherence, Asthma Educator Certification
Workshop, American Lung Association of Kansas, Hays Medical Center; Hays, KS., September 30,
2002.
17. Rapoff, M.A. Psychosocial aspects of rheumatic disease. Presented at the Cassidy Symposium,
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO., October 7, 2006.
18. Rapoff, M.A. & Belmont, J.M. Single-subject designs in clinical research. Clinical Research
Seminar, Children’s Mercy Hospital and Clinics, January 25, 2007.
19. Rapoff, M.A. Strategies for promoting adherence to medical treatments for pediatric rheumatic
disease. Podcast sponsored by the Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine. February 16, 2011.
Academic Activities:
Professional Service:
Outpatient: Conduct clinics through the Pediatrics Department for children and adolescents with
behavioral and developmental disorders, problems of compliance with medical treatment, adjustment
to chronic disease and pain management problems. Conduct Pediatric Psychology Clinic one day per
week in Lawrence, KS. Supervise clinical activities of graduate students in Clinical and Clinical Child
Psychology and pediatric residents. Dr. Rapoff provides clinical services for 7 patients and their
families per week for 11 months out of the year.
Inpatient consults: On call one night per week and one weekend every six weeks.
Academic Service:
Departmental (Pediatrics):
Vice-Chair; Research and Scholarship
Member, Faculty Development Committee
Member, Research and Scholarship Committee
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee
Director, Pediatric Mentoring Program
School of Medicine:
Served as Member of the School of Medicine Research Committee and the Promotion and Tenure
Committee
Faculty Assembly Steering Committee (2006-2009)
Faculty Assembly Elections Committee (2012-2015)
Professional Organizations/Service:
1982-1984: Member, Committee on Public Education, Association for Advancement of Behavior
Therapy
1989-1991: Member, Parent/Patient Educational Materials Subcommittee, American Juvenile
Arthritis Organization
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1990: Reviewer, Research and Program abstracts submitted to Association of Rheumatology
Health Professionals of the American College of Rheumatology annual meetings
Dec.1-2, 1992: Member, General Clinical Research Centers Site visit Committee, National Center
for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health, Johns Hopkins University, Francis Scott
Key Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland
1992- 1993: Member, C.H.A.D.D. Professional Advisory Board, Kansas City Chapter
(organization for parents of children with ADHD)
Feb. 1993: Reviewer of proposal, Early Interventions to Prevent Disability in Juvenile
Rheumatoid Arthritis, by Kristofer Hagglund, PhD., University of Missouri, Arthritis Center, for
submission to National Institute Disability and Rehabilitation Research
June, 1993: Reviewer of proposal: A Study of Caretaker Compliance Using an Antibiotic Blister
Pack for Children in Developing Countries, for World Health Organization
1995-1997: Member, Association of Rheumatology Health Professionals Slide Collection Task
Force
1995-1998: Member, Review Panel, National Office of the Arthritis Foundation. The panel
reviews educational materials (books, videotapes, etc.) intended for people with arthritis
1995: Member, Planning Committee, Adult Program Coordinators, American Juvenile Arthritis
Organization, Annual Meeting
Oct. 1995: Reviewer of proposal, Enhancing Adherence to Misoprostol among Patients
Rheumatoid Arthritis and Osteoarthritis by Ralph Diclemente, PhD., University of
Alabama-Birmingham, Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases center, for submission to National
Institute of Health
2001-2003: Member, Task Force on Empirically Supported Assessments in Pediatric Psychology,
Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54, American Psychological Association
2001-2003: Member, Committee on Research, American College of Rheumatology, Association of
Rheumatology Health Professionals
2002: Peer Reviewer for the Guideline for the Management of Pain in Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid
Arthritis, and Juvenile Chronic Arthritis, American Pain Society
2002: Consultant to the Starbright Foundation (“…dedicated to the development of projects that
empower seriously ill children to combat the medical and emotional challenges they face on a
daily basis”) on developing educational materials for patients and families on psychosocial aspects
of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
2003-2005: Chair, Study Section D Peer Review Panel, American College of Rheumatology,
Research and Education Foundation
2005: Ad Hoc Reviewer, grant proposal submitted to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research
2003-2007: Member, Data and Safety Monitoring Board, NIH Grant, Reducing barriers to
pediatric asthma treatment adherence: A randomized controlled study, PI: Dennis Drotar, Ph.D.,
Case Western Reserve University, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital
2003-2006: Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Pediatric Psychology
2004-2010: Member, Data and Safety Monitoring Board, NIH Grant, Randomized controlled trial
in juvenile fibromyalgia, PI: Susmita Kashikar-Zuck, Ph.D., Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
Medical Center
2006-2008: Member, Scientific Advisory Council, American College of Rheumatology, Research
and Education Foundation.
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March, 2006: External Reviewer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s Research Growth
Initiative; reviewed one proposal.
January 2007-present: Member, Editorial Board of Health Psychology
Dr. Rapoff has also reviewed articles submitted for publication to the following journals: Archives
of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Arthritis Care and Research, Arthritis and Rheumatism,
Behavior Therapy, Chest, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Journal of Applied Behavior
Analysis, Journal of Asthma, Journal of Behavioral Medicine, and Pediatrics.
Primary reviewer for NIH (NIDDK) K23 application, March 8, 2007.
Member, Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Centers (P6) Council ZAR1 CHW-G J2 1, NIAMS
(NIH) 10/18/07 & 10/19/07, Gaithersburg, MD; Primary reviewer on three applications.
2008- present: Member, Advisory Committee for “Teens taking charge: Managing arthritis online”, Drs. Patrick McGrath (Halifax University) and Jennifer Stinson (Toronto Hospital for Sick
Children) PIs.
2007-2010: Associate Editor, Journal of Pediatric Psychology
2008-2010: At-Large Member of the Nomination’s Committee of the Association of
Rheumatology Health Professionals (American College of Rheumatology).
Reviewer of Grant Applications, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health,
ZRG1-RPHB-H (02), December 19, 2008
Reviewer of Grant Applications, National Center on Minority Health and Disparities Special
Emphasis Panel, National Institutes of Health, ZMD1 PA (10), August 10, 2009.
Member, Review Panel, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, May 14, 2010.
2009-present, Member, E-Learning Subcommittee, Association of Rheumatology Health
Professionals (American College of Rheumatology).
2003-present: Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Pediatric Psychology
2011- present, Member Headache Common Data Elements (CDEs) Working Group, National
Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. The goal of this working group is to establish
headache-specific measures that will be recommended for use in clinical research studies to
standardize measures across studies and allow for more meaningful reviews and meta-analyses of
studies.
2012- President-Elect, Society of Pediatric Psychology, Division 54 of the American
Psychological Association and will serve as President in 2013 and Past President in 2014 and also
serve on the Executive Board during my presidential terms.
2012-2015, Member Editorial Board for the journal, Arthritis Care and Research.
2011-present, Member Consortium Child Health Oversight Committee of Frontiers: The Heartland
Institute for Clinical and Translational Research.
2011-present, Safety Officer for NIAMS funded study “WebSMART: Efficacy of web-based pain
self-management for adolescents with JIA”, Mark Connelly, Ph.D. (PI) and Jennifer Stinson, Ph.D.
(CO-PI).
March, 2012, reviewed grant application for Frontiers: The Heartland Institute for Clinical and
Translational Research, Pilot and Collaborative Studies Funding Program (FY2012), University of
Kansas Medical Center.
Dr. Rapoff is often asked to conduct external evaluations for faculty being considered for
promotion and tenure at other universities.
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