Terri D Lewinson, MSW, PhD
Associate Professor of The Dartmouth Institute
Associate Professor of Epidemiology
The Dartmouth Institute
2007- Ph.D., University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Athens, GA
2001- MSW, University of Georgia, School of Social Work, Athens, GA
1993- B.A., University of South Carolina, Department of Psychology, Columbia, SC
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Geisel School of Medicine
1 Medical Center Drive, WTRB 5th Floor
Lebanon NH 03766
Office: WRTB 538
TERRI LEWINSON (she/her/hers) is an associate professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. Her research focuses on the health experiences of people who have been housing marginalized—whether that may be living in an extended-stay hotel, assisted-living facility, senior housing setting, or an affordable housing complex. Her housing-as-health work explores social determinants such as resident stress, renter mobility, eviction threat, and environmental conditions that lead to poor health outcomes. Dr. Lewinson is a Gerontological Society of America Fellow, Health and Aging Policy Fellow, Academy Health Fellow, and a John A. Hartford Faculty Scholar. She earned a B.A. in developmental psychology from the University of South Carolina and an M.S.W. and Ph.D. from the University of Georgia’s School of Social Work.
Healthcare Social Workers' Scope of Practice during COVID-19.
"We're kind of on the back burner": Psychological distress and coping among medical social workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Racial Inequality in Receipt of Medications for Opioid Use Disorder.
Inclusion of Social and Structural Determinants of Health to Advance Understanding of their Influence on the Biology of Chronic Disease.
Conversations about Community, Connection to Place, and Housing Preferences among Aging Adults in Lexington, Kentucky.
Understanding the Ephemeral Moment of COVID Avoidance Hotels: Lessons Learned from Acknowledging Housing as Central to Dignified Later Life.
Motivations for advance care and end-of-life planning among lesbian, gay, and bisexual older adults.
"They don't know who they have in here": Sense of community in budget hotels.
Accessing Faith-Based Organizations Using Public Transportation: A Qualitative and GIS Study.
Coping Strategies Used by LGB Older Adults in Facing and Anticipating Health Challenges: A Narrative Analysis.