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Danetta
E.
Sloan
,
PhD

Assistant Scientist

Danetta Hendricks Sloan, PhD, MSW, MA, uses community-based approaches to inform interventions to reduce inequities in palliative and end of life care with partnerships with the Black Church.

Contact Info

624 N. Broadway, Hampton House 904
Baltimore
Maryland
21205
US        
Experiences & Accomplishments
Education
PhD
Catholic University of America
2014
MSW
Catholic University of America
2007
MA
Towson University
2003
BS
Towson University
2001
Select Publications
Selected publications outlining works in the areas of spirituality, advance care planning, palliative, and end of life care.
  • Sloan, D Hendricks, Peters, T., Johnson, K., Bowie, J., Yang, T., Aslakson, R., (2016). Church-Based Health Promotion Focused on Advance Care Planning and End-of-Life Care at Black Baptist Churches: A Cross-Sectional Survey. Journal of Palliative Medicine, 19(2):190-194.
  • Sloan, D Hendricks, BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Kichline, T., et al., (2017). An Assessment of Meaning in Life-Threatening Illness: Development of the HEALS- Healing Experience in All Life Stressors, Patient-Related Outcomes Measures, 8:15-22.
  • Sloan, D.H., Mistretta, E., BrintzenhofeSzoc, K., Cheng, M. J., Berger, A. (2017) Influence of relationships on the meaning-making process during palliative care: Patients’ Perspectives. Annals Palliative Medicine 6(3):220-226.
  • Li L, Sloan D.H, Mehta A., Willis G, Weaver M, Berger A. (2017) Life perceptions of patients receiving palliative care and experiencing psycho-social-spiritual healing. Annals Palliative Medicine, 6 (3):211-219.
  • Sloan DH, Gray TF, Harris D, Peters T, Belcher A, Aslakson R, Bowie J. Church leaders and parishioners speak out about the role of the church in advance care planning and end-of-life care. Palliat Support Care. 2020 Oct 29:1-7.