Rob Glueckauf's Research

The research concentration areas of Dr. Glueckauf’s lab include:

  1. Telehealth and Family Caregiving
  2. Integration of Spirituality and Empirically-Validated, Psychological Intervention
  3. Ecological Validity and Outcome Measurement

Current Grant-Funded Research Projects

R34 MH092207 NIH/NIMH (Marhefka, PI; Glueckauf, Subcontract PI)
Novel Dissemination of a Group Intervention for HIV+ Women via Web Conferencing

The purpose of this project is to evaluate the effects of web-based group dissemination of an adapted, gender-specific version of Health Relationships, a sexual health promotion program for women living with HIV/AIDS and their significant others.


ACTS Caregiver Group Facilitators

R34 MH078999 NIH/MIMH (Glueckauf, PI)
African-American Alzheimer's Caregiver Training and Support Project (ACTS)

This project compares the effects of face-to-face versus telephone-based cognitive-behavioral therapy on changes in depression and health status among African-American family caregivers of older adults with dementia.




Parish Nurse Training Conference

ARG-2007-05 University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer’s Research Institute (Glueckauf, PI)
Parish Nurse-Led Problem Solving Counseling for Rural Dementia Caregivers: Initial Outcome Evaluation

The primary goal of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of parish nurse-facilitated, problem-solving therapy for rural dementia caregivers with depression.

 John McGrew Fidelity presentation [pdf]

 ACT Rise and fall of an EBP case study in Indiana 3-24-2014 [pdf]