Chang-ming Hsieh

Chang-ming Hsieh

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Director of PhD program in Social Work and Associate Professor

E-mail chsieh@uic.edu
Phone: (312) 996-0041
Room: 4230 ETMSW

Professional Interests:

Quality of life, subjective well-being, life satisfaction,
client satisfaction of social services for older adults

Teaching Experience:

SocW 563 Program Evaluation
SocW 420 Social Welfare Policy and Services
SocW 460 Social Work Research

Research:

Using client satisfaction to improve case management services for older adults
Ensuring quality of social services for older adults

Publications:

Hsieh, C. M. (in press). Health, quality of homecare services and quality of life: A case of frail older immigrant adults. Social Indicators Research.

Gleeson, J. P., Hsieh, C. M., Cryer-Coupet, Q. (in press). Social support, family competence, and informal kinship caregiver parenting stress: The mediating and moderating effects of family resources. Children and Youth Services Review.

Hsieh, C. M. (2016). Domain importance in subjective well-being measures. Social Indicators Research, 127, 777-792.

Hsieh, C. M. (2015). The often overlooked issue of statistical power: This and other issues regarding assessing importance weighting in quality of life measurements. Social Science Research, 50, 303-310.

Hsieh, C. M. (2014). Throwing the baby out with the bathwater: Evaluation of domain importance weighting in quality of life measurements. Social Indicators Research, 119, 483-493.

Hsieh, C. M. (2014). Beyond multiplication: Incorporating importance into client satisfaction measures. Research on Social Work Practice, 24, 470-476.

Hsieh, C. M., & Kenagy, G. P. (2014). Measuring quality of life: A case for re-examining the assessment of domain importance weighting. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 9, 63-77.

Hsieh, C. M. (2013). Issues in evaluating importance weighting in quality of life measures. Social Indicators Research, 110, 681-693.

Hsieh, C. M. (2012). Importance is not unimportant: The role of importance weighting in QoL measures. Social Indicators Research, 109, 206-278.

Hsieh, C. M. (2012). Perceived importance of service elements in client satisfaction measures. Journal of Social Services Research, 38, 529-540.

Hsieh, W. Y., & Hsieh, C. M., (2012). Urban early childhood teachers’ attitudes toward inclusive education. Early Child Development and Care, 182, 1167-1182.

Hsieh, C. M. (2012). Incorporating perceived importance of service elements into client satisfaction measures. Research on Social Work Practice, 22, 93-99.

Hsieh, C. M. (2012). Should we give up domain importance weighting in QoL measures? Social Indicators Research, 108, 99-109.

Hsieh, W. Y., Hsieh, C. M., Ostrosky, M. M., & McCollum, J. A. (2012). Taiwanese first grade teachers’ perceptions of inclusive education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 16, 71-88.