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Lorie S. Goshin

Assistant Professor
 
Department :
Nursing
Membership :
Associate Member
Core Research :
General
Office :
Office 428W, Brookdale Campus
Email :
Office Phone :
(212) 481-4377
Education :
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1999
  • M.S., University of Texas at Austin, 2002
  • Ph.D., Columbia University, 2010
Research Interest :

I am currently conducting two studies of alternative to incarceration programs that allow women charged with felonies to reside with their children in community settings. I am developing a project to assess the needs of criminal justice-involved veterans.

Courses and Outreach :

  • N 312 Nursing II: Nursing Care of Children and Young Adults
  • N702 Advanced Nursing Research
 
Health and Mental Health Advisory Group Member
New York Initiative for Children of Incarcerated Parents (2013 – Present)
Grants Advisory Council, New York Women's Foundation

Selected Publications :
  • Goshin, L. S., Colbert, A. M., & Cloyes, K. (in press). Nursing in the era of mass criminal justice involvement. American Journal of Nursing.
  • Goshin, L. S., Byrne, M. W., & Blanchard-Lewis, B. (2014). Preschool outcomes of children who lived as infants in a prison nursery. Prison Journal, 94, 139-158.
  • Goshin, L. S., Byrne, M. W., & Henninger, A. M.* (2014). Recidivism after Release from a Prison Nursery Program. Public Health Nursing, 31, 109-117.
  • Sangoi, L.* & Goshin, L. S. (2014). Women's and girls' experiences before, during and after incarceration: A narrative of gender-based violence, and an analysis of the criminal justice laws and policies that perpetuate this narrative. UCLA Women's Law Journal, 20, 137- 168.
  • Goshin, L. S. & Byrne, M. W. (2012). Predictors of post-release research retention and subsequent reenrollment for women recruited while incarcerated. Research in Nursing & Health, 35, 94-104.
  • Byrne, M. W., Goshin, L. S., & Blanchard-Lewis, B.  (2012). Maternal separations during the reentry years for 100 infants raised in a prison nursery. Family Court Review. 50, 77-90.
  • Byrne, M. W., Goshin, L. S., & Joestl, S. S. (2010). Intergenerational attachment for infants raised in a prison nursery. Attachment and Human Development, 12, 375-393.
  • Borelli, J. L., Goshin, L. S., Joestl, S. S., Clark, J., & Byrne, M. W. (2010). Attachment organization in a sample of incarcerated mothers: Distribution of classifications and associations with substance abuse history, depressive symptoms, perceptions of parenting competency, and social support. Attachment and Human Development, 12, 355-374.
  • Goshin, L. S. & Byrne, M. W. (2009). Converging streams of opportunity for prison nursery programs in the United States. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 48, 271-295.