The Society’s official journal, Progress in Transplantation has provided author guidelines for publication in the journal.

List last updated 10/14/14. Listed Alphabetically.



  • Abbey, S.E., Littlefield, C., & Bright, J. (1996). Assisting the patient and family to cope with advanced disease: The psychosocial aspects of end-stage disease. Seminars in Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, 17(6), 533-542.



  • Buda, T. M., & Kendall, K. (2001). Nursing and psychosocial issues of patients on mechanical support. Journal of Cardiac Surgery, 16(3), 209-221.
  • Bright, M.J. (1989). Social work practice with organ transplant patients. In M.J. Holosko & P.A. Taylor (Eds.), Social work practice in health care settings (pp. 419-432). Toronto; Canadian Scholars’ Press, Inc.
  • Bright, M.J., Craven, J.L., & Kelly, P.J. (1990). Assessment and management of psychosocial stress in lung transplant candidates. Health and Social Work, 15(2), 125-132.



  • Callahan, M.B. (2007). Begin with the end in mind: The value of outcome-driven nephrology social work. Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease, 14(4), 409-414.
  • Callahan, M.B. (2007). Designing nephrology social work interventions to improve self-management and adherence based on the dialysis outcome and practice patterns study. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 26, n.p.
  • Callahan, M.B., & Davis, C.L. (2010). Socioeconomic issues and the transplant recipient. In D.B. McKay & S.M Steinburg (Eds.), Kidney Transplantation: A guide to the care of kidney transplant recipients (pp. 355-370). New York, NY: Springer.
  • Callahan, M.B., & Paris, W. (2009). Post-transplant employment and its relationship to physical status in kidney transplant recipients. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 30(1), 9-15.
  • Callahan, M.B., Paris, W., & Moncrief, M. (2010). Kidney transplant patient employment: Vocational training and intervention by use of an impairment rather than disability model-The Job Club. Journal of Nephrology Social Work, 34, 52-60.
  • Carlson, J., Potter, L., Pennington, S., Nour, B., Sebastian, A., & Paris, W. (2000).Liver transplantation in a patient at psychosocial risk. Progress in Transplantation, 10(4), 209-214.
  • Cooper, D.K.C., & Paris, W. (1993). Rehabilitation and return to work after cardiac transplantation. In M. Bhannari, S.S. Agarwol, V.K. Kapoor & P.K. Ghosh, (Eds.), Perspectives on organ transplantation. New Delhi: B.I. Churchill Livingstone.
  • Craven, J.L., Bright, M.J., & Dear, J.L. (1990). Psychiatric, psychosocial, and rehabilitative aspects of lung transplantation. Clinics in Chest Medicine, 11(2), 247-257.
  • Cupples, S., Dew, M.A., Grady, K., DeGeest, S., Dobbels, F., Lanuza, D., & Paris, W. (2006). Report of the psychosocial outcomes workgroup of the nursing and social sciences council of the international society for heart and lung transplantation: Present status of research on psychosocial outcomes in cardiothoracic transplantation: Review and recommendations for the field. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 25(6), 716-725.



  • De Geest, S., Dobbels, F., Paris, W., & Troosters, T. (2005). Adherence with the therapeutic regimen in heart, lung and heart-lung transplant recipients. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S88-S98.



  • Freeman, J.A., & Freeman, M.H., Illustrated by Manolo, J. (2001). Red’s True Heart. Gainesville, FL: Fugisawa Healthcare Inc. and Children’s Miracle Network.
  • Freeman, M. (Producer & Director), & Osbrach, J. (Co-Director) (1998). Gifts of the heart [Video produced by Shands Children’s Hospital at the University of Florida]. Gainesville, Florida.
  • Freeman, M. (Producer), & Osbrach, J. (Director) (1997). The gift of love: Sean’s story [Video produced by Shands Children’s Hospital at the University of Florida]. Gainesville, Florida.
  • Fukunishi, I., Kita, Y., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2003). Relationship between posttraumatic stress disorder and emotional conditions in families of the cadaveric donor population. Transplantation Proceedings, 35(1), 295.
  • Fukunishi, I., & Paris, W. (2001). Intergenerational transmission of alexithymic characteristics from mothers to children. Psychological Reports, 89, 77-84.
  • Fukunishi, I., Paris, W., Mitchell, S., & Nour, B. (2002). Emotional conditions of donor families: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings, 34(7), 2626.
  • Fukunishi, I., Paris, W., Mitchell., S., & Nour, B. (2002). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the families of cadaveric and living donor population: A comparison of Japanese and American outcomes. Transplantation Proceedings, 34(7), 2627.



  • Gier, M., Levick, M., & Blazina, P. (1988). Stress reduction with heart transplant patients and their families: A multidisciplinary approach. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 7(5), 342-346.



  • Hartog, M.A., Freeman, M., Kublis, K.S. & Jankowski, R.A. (1999). Pediatricians’ and social workers’ knowledge and opinions of Florida’s religious immunity laws. Southern Medical Journal, 92(4), 362-368.
  • Harrison, J., & Cupples, S. (2003). Psychosocial issues in transplantation. In S.A. Cupples & L. Ohler, (Eds.), Transplantation Nursing Secrets (pp. 45-59). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus, Inc.
  • Harrison, J. (2005). Barriers to Recipient/Donor Family Communication. NKF Newsletter, 14(2).



  • Kendall, K., O’Dell, M.I. (2008). Psychosocial Issues in Transplantation. In L. Ohler & S. Cupples (Eds.), Core curriculum for transplant nurses (pp. 629-661). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.



  • Maricle, R.A., Hosenpud, J.D., Norman, D.J., Woodbury, A., Pantley, G.A., Cobanoglu, A., & Starr, A. (1989). Depression in patients being evaluated for heart transplantation. General Hospital Psychiatry, 11(6), 418-424.
  • McGrory, C., & Wright, L. (2005). Ethical issues in organ transplantation. In V.D. Lachman (Ed.), Applied ethics in nursing (pp. 181-191). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
  • Meister, N.D., McAleer, M.J., Meister, J.S., Riley, J.E., & Copeland, J.G. (1986). Returning to work after heart transplantation. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 5, 154-161.
  • Mosele, Elizabeth, LCSW, CCTSW, CCSW-MCS, (2017). To My Favorite LVAD Coordinator, The Communique’, Summer 2017,  Volume 6, Issue 2. (Newsletter for the International Consortium of Circulatory Assist Clinicians)  ICCAC Newsletter May2017Final



  • Nathan, S., Barnett, S., Ahmad, S., Harrison, J., Shorr, A., Lefrak, E., & Burton, N. (2004). Mortality from time of listing for transplantation as an indicator of candidate outcomes. Progress in Transplantation, 14(1), 29-32.




  • Odell, M., & Wright, L. (2003). Electronic psychosocial evaluation tool: Use in a living donor organ transplant program. Progress in Transplantation, 13(2), 97-104.
  • Ohler, L., Paris, W., & Kita, Y. (2000). Transplantation in Japan: The crusade begins [Editorial]. Progress in Transplantation, 10(2), 75-76.



  • Paris, D., Smith, C., Carlson, J., Aussi, W., Bak, K., Emmett, C.,… Paris, W. (1998). A comparison of role expectations and communication styles between transplant coordinators and transplant staff nurses. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 8(2), 119-124.
  • Paris, W. (1990). Medico-social aspects. In D.K.C. Cooper & D. Novitzsky (Eds.), Transplantation and Replacement of Thoracic Organs (pp. 223-226). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Paris, W., Brawner, N., Thompson, S., & Penido, M. (1997). Psychosocial issues in heart transplantation: A review for transplant coordinators. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(2), 88-95.
  • Paris, W., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2000).Personality disorders and their effect on medical treatment. Nephrology News & Issues, 14(11), 31-34.
  • Paris, W., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Carpenter, W., Cooper, D.K.C., Crockett, G.,… Zuhdi, N. (1995). A comparison of organ transplant patient and professional staff attitudes. International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 1(3), 167-178.   doi:10.1007/BF02214729
  • Paris, W., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Samara, S., & Nour, B. (2001).The assessment, treatment, and monitoring of substance abuse/dependence in a multi-organ transplant program. Nephrology News & Issues, 15(2), 18-20.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M. B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Research: Collaboration in academic and clinical research. Part 1: An overview. Nephrology News and Issues, 24(2), 41-42.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2010). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 2: Review of existing academic-clinical collaboration literature.  Nephrology News and Issues, 24(6), 52-54.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 3: Challenges for the clinician and researcher. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(1), 31-33.
  • Paris, W., Callahan, M.B., & Pierson, M. (2011). Academic and clinical research collaboration. Part 4: Approaches to improving working relationships. Nephrology News and Issues, 25(3), 38-40.
  • Paris, W., Cooper, D.K.C., Samara, S., Carpenter, W., Crockett, S., Calhoun-Wilson, G.,… Zuhdi, N. (1995). A comparison of organ transplant patient and professional staff attitudes. International Journal of Rehabilitation and Health, 1(3), 167-178.
  • Paris, W., Diercks, M., Bright, J., Zamora, M., Kesten, S., Scavuzzo, M., & Paradis, I. (1998). Return to work after lung transplantation. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 17(4), 430-436.
  • Paris, W., Dunham, S., Sebastian, A., Jacobs, C., & Nour, B. (1999). Medication nonadherence and its relation to financial barriers. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9, 149-152.
  • Paris, W., Fukunishi, I., Wright, L., Markowitz, M., & Calhoun-Wilson, G. (2002). Psycho-social issues in transplantation. In S.A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Solid Organ Transplantation (pp. 343-372). New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
  • Paris, W., Harrison, J., Diercks, M., & Jones, J. (1997). New health insurance law and its potential impact on transplant programs and recipients. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 7(3), 157-158.
  • Paris, W., Hutkin-Slade, L., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Slentz, B., & Oehlert, W. (1999). Social work and organ transplantation: A preliminary cost-benefit analysis. Research on Social Work Practice, 9(2), 201-212.
  • Paris, W., Miller, R., Hille, C., Nour, B., & Griggs, J. (2005). Pedophilia and stalkers as transplant candidates: One program’s experience. Progress in Transplantation, 15(4), 323-328.
  • Paris, W., Muchmore, J., Pribil, A., Zuhdi, N., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1994). Study of the relative incidences of psychosocial factors before and after heart transplantation and the influence of post-transplant psychosocial factors on heart transplant outcome. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 13, 424-432.
  • Paris, W., & Nour, B. (2010). Organ transplantation in Egypt. Progress in Transplantation, 20(3), 274-278.
  • Paris, W., Tebow, S., Dahr, A.S., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1997). Returning to work after heart transplantation: A replication. Research on Social Work Practice, 7(3), 370-377.
  • Paris, W., Tebow, S., Hart, J., Harrison, J., Calhoun-Wilson, G., Slentz, B., & Dahr, A.S. (1997). Employment and the transplant patient. Journal of Rehabilitation, 63(2), 8-12.
  • Paris, W., Thompson, S., Brawner, N., Penido, M., Bright, M.J., & Robertson, C. (1996). Medico-social aspects. In D.K.C. Cooper, L.W. Miller & G.A. Patterson (Eds.), The Transplantation and Replacement of Thoracic Organs (2nd ed.) (pp. 137-140). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Paris, W., Thompson, S., Rihner, T., Quisenberry, M., & Cooper, D.K.C. (1996). A comparison of transplant patient and social worker attitudes in regard to transplant patient psychosocial selection criteria, role expectations, and communication style. Social Work in Health Care, 23(1), 39-52.
  • Paris, W., & White-Williams, C. (2005). Social adaptation after cardiothoracic transplantation: A review of the literature. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 20(5S), S67-S73.
  • Paris, W., Woodbury, A., Thompson, S., Levick, M., Nothegger, S., Arubuckle, P.,… Hutkin-Slade, L. (1993). Return to work after heart transplantation. Journal of Heart Lung Transplantation, 12, 46-54.
  • Paris, W., Woodbury, A., Thompson, S., Levick, M., Nothegger, S., Hutkin-Slade, L.,… Arbuckle, P. (1992). Social rehabilitation and return to work post-transplantation- a multi-center survey. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 53, 433-438.
  • Pruett, T.L., Tibell, A., Alabdulkareem, A., Bhandari, M., Crorin, D.C., Dew, M.A.,… Wright, L. (2006). The ethics statement of the Vancouver Forum on the live lung, liver, pancreas and intestine donor. Transplantation, 81(10), 1386-1387



  • Schroder, N. M., McDonald, L. A., Etringer, G., & Snyders, M. (2008). Consideration of psychosocial factors in the evaluation of living donors. Progress in Transplantation, 18(1), 41-48.
  • Secord, C., Jackman, M., Wright, L., & Winton, S. (2001). Psycho-educational program. Adjusting to life with an ostomy. The Canadian Nurse, 97(1), 29-32.
  • Shapiro, P., Williams, D. L., Foray, A. T., Gelman, I., Wukich, N., & Sciacca, R. (1995). Psychosocial evaluation and prediction of compliance problems and morbidity after heart transplantation. Transplantation, 60(12), 1462-1466.
  • Singer, P. A., Benatar, S. R., Bernstein, M., Daar, A. S., Dickens, B. M., MacRae, S. K.,… Wright, L. (2003). Ethics and SARS: Learning Lessons from the Toronto Experience. British Medical Journal, 327(7427), 1342-1344.
  • Skotzko, C. E., Stowe, J. A., Wright, C., Kendall, K., & Dew, M. A. (2001). Approaching a consensus: Psychosocial support services for solid organ transplantation programs. Progress in Transplantation, 11(3), 163-168.
  • Smith, C., Chakraburtty, A., Nelson, D., Paradis, I., Kesinger, S., Bak, K.,… Paris, W. (1999). Interventions in a heart transplant recipient with a histrionic personality disorder. Journal of Transplant Coordination, 9(2), 109-113.
  • Suszycki, L.H. (1986). Social work groups on a heart transplant program. Journal of Heart Transplantation, 5(2), 166-170.
  • Suszycki, L.H. (1998). Psychosocial aspects of heart transplantation. Social Work, 33(3), 205-209.
  • Suszycki, L. H., Midlefort, J., Gibson, J., & Lysandrou, S. (1990). Social workers’ responsibilities in heart transplantation programs. Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases, 33, 35-38.



  • Thomas, C., & Hackney, S. (2003). Patient access to transplant social workers: Is there life after hospital downsizing? Transplant News and Issues, 16-19.



  • Wright, L. (2000). Mentorship programs for transplant patients [Special edition]. Progress in Transplantation, 10(4), 267-272.
  • Wright, L. (2003). Paired living donor exchange: Facing the challenges. Canadian Transplant Quarterly, 1, 2-3.
  • Wright, L. (2005). Living organ donation. Parkhurst Exchange, 13(8), 154.
  • Wright, L., & Campbell, M. (2006). Soliciting kidneys on websites: Is it fair? Seminars in Dialysis, 19, 5-7.
  • Wright, L., Campbell, M., & Daar, A. (2008). Ethics in kidney transplantation. In P.J. Morris & S. Knechtle (Eds.), Kidney transplantation: Principles & practice (6th ed.) (pp.694-708). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier.
  • Wright, L., & Daar, A. (2003). Ethical aspects of living donor kidney transplantation and recipient adherence to treatment. Progress in Transplantation, 13(2), 105-109.
  • Wright, L., Faith, K., Richardson, R., & Grant, D. (2004). Ethical guidelines for the evaluation of living organ donors. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 47(6), 408-413.
  • Wright, L., MacRae, S., Gordon, D., Elliot, E., Dixon, D., Abbey, S., & Richardson, R. (2002). Disclosure of misattributed paternity: Issues involved in the discovery of unsought information. Seminars in Dialysis, 15(3), 202-206.
  • Wright, L., McQuarrie, B., & Haines, J. (2003). Psychosocial issues of living donors. In S. A. Cupples & L. Ohler (Eds.), Transplantation Nursing Secrets (pp. 227-234). Philadelphia, PA: Hanley & Belfus Inc.
  • Wright, L., Pape, D., Ross, K., Campbell, M., & Bowman, K. (2007). Approaching end of life care in organ transplantation: The impact of transplant patient’s death and dying. Progress in Transplantation, 17(1), 57-61.
  • Wright, L., Pennington, J. J., Abbey, S., Young, E., Haines, J., & Ross, H. (2001). Evaluation of a mentorship program for heart transplant patients. Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation, 20(9), 1030-1033.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., Abbey, S., Levy, G., & Grant, D. (2007). Living anonymous liver donation: Case report and ethical justification. American Journal of Transplantation, 7(4), 1032-1035.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). Ethics in transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation, 5, 821-826.
  • Wright, L., Ross, K., & Daar, A. (2005). The roles of a bioethicist on an organ transplantation service. American Journal of Transplantation, 5(4), 821-826.
  • Wright, L., & Spital, A. (2003). Letter to the editor. Progress in Transplantation, 13(1), 6-7.
  • Wright, L., von Bussmann, K., Freidman, A., Khoury, M., Owens, F., & Paris,W. (1990). Exaggerated social control and its relationship to the type a behavior pattern. Journal of Research on Personality, 24(2), 258-269.





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