Dr. Gayl M. Anglin
Department Chair in Health Administration - College of Health and Human Services
As a public health researcher and project manager, I have been drawn to the needs of those without a voice of their own; I value the opportunity to use my knowledge to help others. This same belief in helping others transpires into my teaching. I believe in helping students find their voice by enabling them to broaden their knowledge, gain insight into different aspects and dimensions of the field of public health and health administration, realize their potential and hopefully in return, they will then use their new found knowledge and insights to also help others.
- Master of Science in Homeland Security
- Master of Science in Health Administration
- Master of Science in Health Sciences
- Contributing author (2007) Identifying Promising FASD Practices: Review and Assessment Report. Rockville, MD. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Department of Health and Human Services.
- Contributing Author/Developer (2007) SAMHSA Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Center for Excellence, American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian Resource Kit. DHHS Pub. No. (SMA) 07-4264. Rockville, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Substance Ab
- Mannix, D., Swamy, N., Yates, B., Stanton, A., Anglin, G., and Gelman, E. (2007) Differences in Public and Private OTPs in Terms of Staffing, Patients, Services Offered, and Costs: Findings from the SAMHSA/CSAT Opioid Treatment Accreditation Evaluation (Poster) Rockville, MD. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
- Contributing author. (2003) Building Practice Improvement Collaboratives: Eleven Case Studies. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
- Hegamin, A. and Anglin, G.M. (2002) Assessing the Need for Dual-Diagnosis Treatment Services for Juvenile Justice- and Foster Care- Involved California Youth. Woodland Hills, CA: The California Endowment.
- Longshore D, Anglin G, Guzman L, Carmichael W, Hegamin A, Rowe D, Grills C. (2002) African-centered motivational intervention - counselor manual. Los Angeles: UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.
- Hegamin A, Anglin G, Casanova M. Deconstructing the concept of "special populations." Journal of Drug Issues 32: 825-836, 2002.
- Hegamin A, Anglin G, Farabee D. Gender differences in the perception of drug user treatment: Assessing drug user treatment for youthful offenders. Substance Use and Misuse 36: 2159-2170, 2001.
- . Hegamin, A.P., Anglin, G. and Farabee, D. (2001) Fourth Annual Report on the CYA- RSAT Programs: Program Implementation and Development of the CYA Social Adjustment Scale (CYA-SAS). Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Drug Abuse Research Center.
- National Native American Law Enforcement Association Annual Meeting. “FASD in Adolescents and Juvenile Justice Settings.” Memphis, Tennessee, October 2007
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Center for Excellence Steering Committee Meeting. “Overview of the FASD Center’s American Indian/Alaska Native Initiative.” San Antonio, Texas, June 2005.
- Kettil Bruun Society for Social and Epidemiological Research on Alcohol - Alcohol, Drugs and Violence: Youth Risk Taking, Behaviors and Prevention Conference. “Pre-Symposium Workshop – Overview on the Center for Excellence on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders”. Riverside, CA, May 2005
- Addictions 2002 Conference, Poster presentation: “Implementing Scientifically Validated Treatment Protocols in Community Based Programs: The Los Angeles Practice Improvement Collaborative.” Eindhoven, The Netherlands, September 2002
- Substance Abuse Research Consortium (SARC). “‘Science to Services’ Initiatives - The Los Angeles Practice Improvement Collaborative.” Sacramento, California, July 2002
- Substance Abuse Information Exchange: Research and Practice Initiatives in South Central Los Angeles Community Training. “Los Angeles Practice Improvement Collaborative Project.” Los Angeles, California, April 2002.
- American Society of International Law Annual Conference. “Women’s Cultural Rights in Childbirth.” Washington, D.C., March 1999
American College of Healthcare Executives