Malachy Bishop

University of Kentucky UCE
Office of the Vice President for Research
Human Development Institute
University of Kentucky
126 Mineral Industries Building
Lexington, KY 40506-0051
 
Phone: 859-323-5352
Email: mbishop@uky.edu
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Last Updated: September 19, 2016

 

Leadership Administrative Staff: Director of Research and Development
Primary Activity Coordinators: Research
Research Director
 
Discipline(s): Rehabiltation Counseling
 
AUCD Council Membership: No Council Membership

Vita/Bio

CURRICULUM VITAE OF MALACHY L. BISHOP

 

Malachy L. Bishop, Ph.D., CRC

Professor, Doctoral Program Coordinator, Rehabilitation Counseling Program 

Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling

&

Director of Development and Research, Human Development Institute

224 Taylor Education Building

University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY 40506

Phone:  (859) 257-4291

Email: mbishop@uky.edu

 

EDUCATION

 

1997 to 2000                          Ph.D.    University of Wisconsin-Madison

                                                Major:  Rehabilitation Psychology

                                                Minor:  Educational Psychology

 

1992 to 1995                           M.S. Ed.  Portland State University, Portland, OR. 

                                                Major:  Rehabilitation Counseling

 

1986 to 1990                           B.S.  University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 

                                                Major:  Psychology

                                                Minor:  English

 

PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION

 

Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) 1995-Present

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

2014-Present   Director of Development and Research

                        Interdisciplinary Human Development Institute (University of

                        Kentucky’s

University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities)

University of Kentucky

 

2009-Present   Professor and Doctoral Program Coordinator

Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Kentucky

 

2007-2009      Graduate Program Coordinator

                        Graduate Program in Rehabilitation Counseling, University of

                        Kentucky

 

 

2005-2009       Associate Professor

Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Kentucky

 

2000-2005       Assistant Professor

Department of Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling, University of Kentucky

 

 

(Selected recent) PUBLISHED RESEARCH

 

Manuscripts Published in Refereed Journals

 

Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., & Timblin, R.I. (2016). Medical, psychosocial, and vocational aspects of multiple sclerosis: Implications for rehabilitation professionals. Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 6-13.

Rumrill, P.D., Li, J., Roessler, R.T. Hendricks, D.J., Bishop, M., Leslie, M. (2016). Women with multiple sclerosis and the importance and satisfaction they ascribe to selected employment concerns: Results from a national survey. Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(2), 51-58.

 

Frain, M., Torres, A., Bishop, M., Sakala, K., Khan-Jordan, C., & Schoen, B. (2016). Certified rehabilitation counselors role in the acceptance of disability of returning Afghanistan and Iraq military veterans with disabilities. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, & Education, 30(2), 176-187.

 

Rumrill, P.D., Li, J., Roessler, R.T., Umeasiegbu, V., & Bishop, M. (2016). Perceived strengths and weaknesses in employment policies and practices among African Americans with multiple sclerosis. Journal of Rehabilitation, 82(1), 27-35.

 

Bishop, M., & Rumrill, P.D. (2015). Multiple sclerosis: Etiology, symptoms, incidence and prevalence, and implications for community living and employment. Work: Journal of Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, 52, 725-734.

 

Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., Roessler, R.T. (2015). Quality of life among people with multiple sclerosis: Replication of a three-factor prediction model. Work: Journal of Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, 52, 757-765.

 

Fong, M.W.M., Lee, E-J., Sheppard-Jones, K., & Bishop, M. (2015). An exploratory analysis of the Home Functioning Scale for people with multiple sclerosis. Work: Journal of Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, 52(4), 776-786.

 

Li, J., Fitzgerald, S.M., Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., & Wang, F. (2015). The relationship between disease-related and functional factors and employment status among adults with multiple sclerosis. Work: Journal of Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, 52(4), 766-775.

 

Leslie, M., Kinyanjui, B., Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., Roessler, R.T. (2015).  Patterns in workplace accommodations for people with multiple sclerosis to overcome cognitive and other disease-related limitations. NeuroRehabilitation, 37, 425–436.

 

Bishop, M., Chan, F., Rumrill, P.D., Frain, M., Tansey, T., Chiu, C.-Y., Strauser, D., & Umeasiegbu, V. (2015). Employment among working-age adults with multiple sclerosis: A data mining approach to identifying employment interventions. [Special issue] Rehabilitation Research, Policy, & Education, 29(2), 135-152.

 

Li, J., Fitzgerald, S.M., Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., & Wilson, H. (2015). Determinants of independent living optimism among adults with multiple sclerosis. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling, 21(1), 1-17.

 

Frain, M., Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., Chan, F., Tansey, T., Strauser, D., & Chiu, C.-Y. (2015). Multiple sclerosis and employment: A research review based on the International Classification of Function. [Special issue] Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 29(2), 153-164.

 

Tansey, T., Strauser, D., Frain, M., Bishop, M., Chiu, C-Y., Kaya, C., & Chan, F. (2015). Differential vocational rehabilitation services patterns related to job retention and job seeking needs of individuals with multiple sclerosis. [Special issue] Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 29(2), 109-121.

 

Fitzgerald, S.M., Li, J., Rumrill, P.D., Bishop, M., & Merchant, W.R. (2015). Examining the factor structure and psychometric properties of the quality of life scale among people with multiple sclerosis. [Special issue] Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 29(2), 165-182.

 

Bishop, M., Dennis, K.L., Bishop, L., Sheppard-Jones, K., Bishop, F., & Frain, M.P. (2015). The prevalence and nature of modified or adapted housing and assistive devices use among Americans with multiple sclerosis. [Special issue] Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 42, 153–165.

Li, J., Fitzgerald, S.M., Bishop, M., Zhang, H., & Rumrill, P.D. (2015) Development and cross-validation of a home functioning scale for people with multiple sclerosis. [Special issue] Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 42, 115-129.

 

Livneh, H., Bishop, M., & Anctil, T. (2014). Modern models of psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability as viewed through the prism of Lewin’s field theory: A comparative review. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 28(3), 126-142.

Bishop, M., Roessler, R.T., Rumrill, P.D., Sheppard-Jones, K., Frain, M., Waletich, B., & Umeasiegbu, V. (2013). The relationship between housing accessibility variables and employment status among adults with multiple sclerosis.  Journal of Rehabilitation, 79(4), 4-14.

Sheppard-Jones, K., Bishop, M., Kinyanjui, B., Roessler, R.T., Rumrill, P.D., Waletich, B., & Umeasiegbu, V. (2013). Specialized housing policies, resources, and services for Americans with multiple sclerosis: Priorities for a national agenda. Journal of Rehabilitation, 79(4), 15-22.

Fitzgerald, S.M., Rumrill, P.D., & Bishop, M. (2013). Demographic characteristics, disease-related and functional factors, and residential circumstance as predictors of the specialized housing needs of Americans with multiple sclerosis.  Journal of Rehabilitation, 79(4), 23-32.

Bishop, M., Sheppard-Jones, K., Roessler, R.T., Rumrill, P.D., Waletich, B., Umeasiegbu, V. (2013). Specialized housing needs of Americans with multiple sclerosis: Descriptive results of a national analysis. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 39, 111-125.

Hesdorffer, D.C., Beck, V., Begley, C.E., Bishop, M.L., Cushner-Weinstein, S., Holmes, G.L., Shafer, P.O., Sirven, J.I., & Austin, J.K. (2013). Research implications of the Institute of Medicine Report, “Epilepsy across the spectrum: Promoting health and understanding”. Epilepsia. 54(2), 207-216.

 

Roessler, R.T., Gitchel, W.D., & Bishop, M. (2013). Housing satisfaction: An additive predictor of QOL for adults with MS? Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 39, 101-109.


 

Frain, M.P., Bishop, M., Tansey, T., Sanchez, J., & Mijngaarde, F. (2013). Current knowledge and training needs of certified rehabilitation counselors to work effectively with veterans with disabilities. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 27(1), 2-17.

Fitzgerald, S.M., Li, J., Rumrill, P.D., Merchant, W., & Bishop, M. (2013). Examining the factor structure of the Multiple Sclerosis Impact Scale (MSIS-29). Work, 49(3), 523-538.

Umeasiegbu, V., Bishop, M., & Mpofu, E. (2013). The conventional and unconventional about disability conventions: A reflective analysis of United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Rehabilitation Research, Policy, and Education, 27(1), 58-72.

 

Umeasiegbu, V., Waletich, B., Whitten, L.A., & Bishop, M. (2013). Community-based rehabilitation needs: Perceptions of individuals with brain injury and their families in the midwestern United States. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling 19(2), 155–163.

 

Roessler, R.T., Bishop, M., Rumrill, P.D., Sheppard-Jones, K., Waletich, B., Umeasiegbu, V., & Bishop, L. (2013). Specialized housing and transportation needs of adults with multiple sclerosis. Work: Journal of Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation, 45, 223–235.  

 

Bishop, M., & Frain, M.P. (2011). The Multiple Sclerosis Self-Management Scale: Revision and psychometric analysis. Rehabilitation Psychology, 56(2), 150-159.

 

EDITORIAL ACTIVITIES

 

Editorial Board: Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 2010-Present

Editorial Board: Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 2014-Present

Editorial Board: Journal of Rehabilitation 2000-Present

Editorial Board: Rehabilitation Education, Policy, and Research 2011-Present

Editorial Board: Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling 2009-Present


(selected) SERVICE ACTIVITIES

 

Professional Association Committee Membership and National Service

 

-  Co-Chair: National Council on Rehabilitation Education Spring Conference (2016)

Member: National Multiple Sclerosis Society Wellness Workgroup (2015-16)

-  Chair: National Council on Rehabilitation Education’s Council on Psychosocial Adaptation Research (2015-18)

-  Member: Education Committee, International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE)-International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) 30th International Epilepsy Congress (2012-13)

-  Appointed Member: Institute of Medicine’s Committee on the Public Health Dimensions of the Epilepsies (2010-12)

-  Member: Epilepsy Foundation National Professional Advisory Board 2006-2014