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    2013

    Henry Akintobi, T., Goodin, L., & Hoffman, L. (2013). Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center: collaborating with neighborhoods to develop community-based participatory approaches to address health disparities in Metropolitan Atlanta. Atlanta Medicine: Journal of the Medical Association of Atlanta, 84(2), 14-17.

    Abukhdeir, H, Caplan, L, & Reese L. The effects of regional location on the prevalence of chronic diseases in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, in press, accepted by Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 2013.

    2012

    Henry Akintobi, T., Yancey, E., Mayberry, R., Daniels, P., Jacobs, D., & Berry, J. (2012). Using evaluability assessment and valuation capacity building to strengthen community-based HIV/AIDS prevention initiatives in the South. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 23(2), 33-48. 

    Wingfield, J., Henry Akintobi, T., Jacobs, D., & Ford, M. (2012). The SUCCEED Legacy Grant Program: Enhancing community capacity to implement evidence-based interventions in breast and cervical cancer. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 23(2), 62-76.

    McNeal, MS, & Blumenthal, DS. Innovative Ways of Integrating Public Health into the Medical School Curriculum. American Journal of Preventive Medicine Vol. 41 (Supp 3): S309-S311, 2011.

    Taylor, BD., Buckner, AV., Durham Walker, C. & Blumenthal, DS. Faith-Based Partnerships in Graduate Medical Education: The Experience of the Morehouse School of Medicine Public Health/Preventive Medicine Residency Program. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 41 (Supp 3): S283-S289, 2011.

    Smith SA., Johnson L., Wesley D., McCray GG., Sheats J. & Blumenthal D. Translation to Practice of an Intervention to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening among African Americans. Clinical and Translational Science Clin Transl Sci. 5:412-5, 2012.

    Daniels EC, Powe BD, Metoyer T, McCray G, Baltrus P, Rust GS. Increasing knowledge of cardiovascular risk factors among African Americans by use of community health workers: the ABCD community intervention pilot project. J Natl Med Assoc. 2012 Mar-Apr;104(3-4):179-85.

    Apantaku-Onayemi F, Baldyga W, Amuwo S, Adefuye A, Mason T, Mitchell R., & Blumenthal DS. Driving to Better Health: Cancer and Cardiovascular Risk Assessment among Taxicab Drivers in Chicago. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved. 23: 768-780, 2012.

    Braun, KL,. Nguyen, TT., Tanjasiri, SP., Campbell, J., Heiney, SP., Brandt, HM., Smith, SA. & Blumenthal, DS, Hargreaves M, Coe, K, Ma, GX, Kenerson, D, Patel, PhD, K, Tsark, JA. Hébert, JR.Operationalization of Community-Based Participatory Research Principles: Assessment of the National Cancer Institute's Community Network Programs.. American Journal of Public Health 102(6):1195-203, 2012.

    Reese L & Blumenthal DS, Haynes V: The Southeastern U.S. Collaborative Center of Excellence for the Elimination of Disparities (SUCCEED): Reducing Breast and Cervical Cancer Disparities for African American Women. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved 23: 49-61, 2012.

    Miles-Richardson S. & Blumenthal DS, and Alema-Mensah E: A Comparison of Breast and Cervical Cancer Legislation and Screening in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved 23: 98-108, 2012.

    Yancey, EM., Mayberry, R., Armstrong-Mensah, E., Collins, D., Goodin L. Cureton, S. Trammell, EH., & Yuan, K. The community-based participatory intervention effect of “HIV-RAAP”. American Journal of Health Behavior. 36(4):555-568. 2012.

    2011

    Blumenthal, D. “How do you start working with a community?” Section 4a of “Challenges in Improving Community Engagement in Research,” Chapter 5 of The Clinical and Translational Science Awards Community Engagement Key Function Committee Task Force on the Principles of Community Engagement. Principles of Community Engagement, 2nd Edition. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2011.

    Henry Akintobi, T, Goodin, L., Trammel, E., Collins, D., & Blumenthal, D. “How do you set up and maintain a community advisory board?” Section 4b of “Challenges in Improving Community Engagement in Research,” Chapter 5 of The Clinical and Translational Science Awards Community Engagement Key Function Committee Task Force on the Principles of Community Engagement. Principles of Community. Engagement, 2nd Edition. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2011.

    Sufian, M., Grunbaum, J., Akintobi, T., Dozier, A., Eder, M., Jones, S., Mullan, P. Weir, C.R., & White-Cooper, S. Program Evaluation and Evaluating Community Engagement, Chapter 7 of The Clinical and Translational Science Awards Community Engagement Key Function Committee Task Force on the Principles of Community Engagement. Principles of Community Engagement, 2nd Edition. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2011.

    Akintobi, T.H., Trotter, J.C., Evans, D., Johnson, T., Laster, N., Jacobs, D., & King, T. (2011). Applications in Bridging the Gap: A Community-Campus Partnership to Address Sexual Health Disparities Among African-American Youth in the South. Journal of Community Health, 36, 486-494.

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2011). Is community-based participatory research possible? American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 40(3), 386-389.

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2011). Commentary on Suddenly Last Summer by Tennessee Williams.
    Academic Medicine, 86(3), 349.

    Jones, R., Archie-Booker, E., & Henry Akintobi, T. (2011). A media reflection phase II: Implementation and evaluation of a media intervention combating mass media’s influence on the cycle of disadvantage and disability, International Journal of Child Health Development and Human Development, (3)4, 389-403.

    2010

    Berry, J., Caplan, L., Davis, S., Minor, P.,Counts-Spriggs, M., et al. (2010). A Black- White comparison of the quality of stage-specific colon cancer treatment. Cancer, 116(3), 713-722.

    Blumenthal, D.S., Smith, S.A., Majett, C.D., & Alema-Mensah, E. (2010). A trial of three interventions to promote colorectal cancer screening in African Americans. Cancer, 116, 922-929.

    Rust, G., Satcher, D., Fryer, G.E., Levine, R.S., Blumenthal, D.S. (2010). Triangulating on Success: Innovation, Public Health, Medical Care, and Cause-Specific US Mortality Rates Over a Half Century (1950-2000). American Journal of Public Health.

    2009

    Berry, J., Bumpers, K., Glover, R., Ogunlade, V., Davis, S., Counts-Spriggs, M., et al. (2009). Examining racial disparities in colorectal cancer care. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 27(1), 59-83.

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2009). Clinical community health: The community as patient revisted.  Education for Health, 22(2), 1-8.

    Griffin Jr., J.P., Holliday, R.C., Frazier, E., & Braithwaite, R.L. (2009). The BRAVE (Building Resiliency and Vocational Excellence) program: Evaluation findings for a career-oriented substance abuse and violence preventive intervention. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(3), 798-816.

    Hayes, B.D., Holliday, R.C., Wade, B.H., Trawick, C., Hodge, M., Caplan, L., et al. (2009). A comprehensive examination of health, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20 (2S), 69-84.

    Holt, C.L., Caplan, L., Schulz, E., Blake, V., Southward, V.L., & Buckner, A.V. (2009). Development and validation of measures of religious involvement and the cancer experience among African Americans. Journal of Health Psychology, 14(4), 525-535.

    Holt, C.L., Caplan, L., Schulz, E., Blake, V., Southward, P., Buckner. A., et al. (2009). Role of religion in cancer coping among African Americans: a qualitative  examination. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 27(2), 248-273.

    Kenny, M., Horne, A., Orpinas, P., & Reese, L.E. (2009).  Conclusion:  Prevention and social justice---New lessons and next steps. In M. Kenney, P. Orpinas, A. Horne, & L. Reese (Eds.), Realizing social justice:  The challenge of preventive interventions. Washington, D.C.:  American Psychological Association.

    Kenny, M., Horne, A., Orpinas, P., & Reese, L.E. (2009). Social justice, and the challenge of preventive interventions:  An introduction. In M. Kenney, P. Orpinas, A. Horne, & L. Reese (Eds.), Realizing social justice: The challenge of preventive interventions. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

    Mayberry, R., Daniels, P., Yancey, E., Henry-Akintobi, T., Berry, J., Clark, N., & Dawaghreh, A. (2009). Enhancing community- based organizations’ capacity for HIV/AIDS education and prevention. Evaluation and Program Planning, 32(3), 213-220.

    Reese, L.E., Wingfield, J.H., & Blumenthal, D. (2009). Advancing prevention and health promotion through practical integration of prevention science and practice. In  M. Kenney, P. Orpinas, L. Reese, & A. Horne (Eds.), Handbook of prevention:  Promoting health and social justice. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

    Rodney, P., & Copeland E. (2009). Safeguarding primary health care: A case study of Barbados. Social Medicine, 4(4), 204-208.

    Rodney, P., & Copeland E. (2009). The health status of Black Canadians: Do aggregated racial and ethnic variables hide health disparities?. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(3), 817-823.

    Rodney, P., Ndjakani, Y., Ceesay, F. (2009). [Review of the book Battle cries: Black women and intimate partner violence]. New York: New York University.

    Ye, J., Williams, S.D., & Xu, Z. (2009). The association between social networks and colorectal cancer screening in American males and females: Data from the 2005 Health Information National Trends Survey. Cancer Causes Control. 20(7), 1227-1233.

    2008

    American Psychological Association, Task Force on Resilience and Strength in Black Children and Adolescents. (2008). Resilience in African American children and adolescents:  A vision for optimal development. Washington, DC: Author.   *Publication by Reese, L.E. and et al

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2008). International medical graduates contribute to the diversity of the U.S. physician workforce. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19(3), xii.

    Caplan, L.S., Erwin, K., Lense, E., & Hicks, J. (2008). The potential role of breast-feeding and other factors helping to reduce early childhood caries. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 68(4), 238-241.

    Crump, S.R., Shipp, M.P., McCray, G.G., Morris, S.J., Okoli, J.A., Caplan, L.S., Thorne, S.L., & Blumenthal, D.S. (2008). Abnormal mammogram follow- up: Do community lay health advocates make a difference? Health Promotion Practice, 9, 140-148.

    Levine, R.S., Kilbourne, B., Baltrus, P.A., Williams-Brown, S., Caplan, L., Briggs, N.C., et al. (2008). Black-white disparities in elderly breast cancer mortality before and after implementation of medicare benefits for screening mammography. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19(1), 103-134.

    Mayberry, R.M., Daniels, P., Henry-Akintobi, T., Yancey, E., Berry, J., & Clark, N. (2008). Community- based organizations capacity to plan, implement, and evaluate success. Journal of Community Health, 33(4), 179-284.

    Mitacek, E.J., Brunnemann, K.D., Suttajit, M., Caplan, L.S., Gagna, C.E.,Bhothisuwan, K., et al. (2008).  Geographic distribution of liver and stomach cancers in Thailand in relation to estimated dietary intake of nitrate, nitrite, and nitrosodimethylamine. Nutrition and Cancer, 60(2), 196-203.

    Multisite Violence Prevention Project. (in press). The ecological effects of universal and selective violence prevention programs for middle school students: A randomized trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.  *Publication by Reese, L.E. and et al.

    Multisite Violence Prevention Project (2008). The multisite violence prevention project: Impact of a universal school-based violence prevention program on social-cognitive outcomes.  Prevention Science, 9(4), 231-244.
    *Publication by Reese, L.E. and et al.

    Reese, L.E., Horne, A.M., Bell, C., & Wingfield, J.H. (2008).  Counseling aggressive boys and adolescents.  In M. S. Kiselica, M. Englar-Carlson, & A. M. Horne (Eds.), Counseling troubled boys: A guidebook for professionals. New York: Routledge.

    Sculz, E., Holt, C.L., Caplan, L., Blake, V., Southward, P., Buckner, A., et al. (2008). Role of spirituality in cancer coping among African Americans: A qualitative examination. Journal Cancer Survivorship, 2(2), 104-115.

    Williams-Brown, S., Belcher, A., & Phillips, J.M. (2008). General Publication and Authorship Policies for Nurses. Manual for Clinical Trials Nursing, Oncology Nursing Press.

    Williams, S.D., Cook, E., Anderson, K., & Hamilton, S. (2008). Bridging the gap between populations: The challenge of reducing cancer disparities among African Americans and other racial/ethnic minority populations. U.S. Oncological Disease, 4, 72-25.

    2007

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2007). Barriers to the provision of smoking cessation reported by clinicians serving underserved communities. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 20, 272-279.

    Din-Dzietham R, Liu Y, Bielo MV, Shamsa F. (2007). High blood pressure trends in children and adolescents in national surveys, 1963 to 2002. Circulation, 116(13), 1488-1496.

    Griffin, J.P., Chen, D., Eubanks, A., Brantley, K., & Willis, L.A. (2006). A randomized violence prevention trial with comparison: Responses by gender. Journal of School Violence, 6(1), 65-71.

    Griffin Jr., J.P., & Miller, E. (2007). A research practitioner's perspective on culturally relevant prevention: Scientific and practical consideration for community-based programs. The Counseling Psychologist, 35(6), 850-859.

    Reese, L.E. & Vera, E.M. (2007). Culturally relevant prevention: Scientific and practical considerations of community-based programs. The Counseling Psychologist, 35, 563-580.

    Reese, L. E. (2007). Beyond rhetoric: The ABC’s of effective prevention practice, science, and public policy.  The Counseling Psychologist, 35, 576-585.

    Williams-Brown, S., Satcher, D., Alexander, W., Levine, R.S., & Gailor, M. (2007). The 100 Black Men health challenge: A healthy lifestyle and role model program for educated, upper-middle class, affluent African American men and their youth mentees. American Journal of Health Education, 38(1), 55-59.

    Zhu, K., Moriarty, C., Caplan, L.S., & Levine R.S. (2007). Cigarette smoking and primary liver cancer: A population-based case-control study in US men. Cancer Causes and Control, 18(3), 315-321.

    2006

    Aikhionbare, F.O., Kumaresan K., Shamsa F., Bond V.C. (2006). HLA-G DNA sequence variants and risk of perinatal HIV-1 transmission. Aids Research and Therapy, 3(28), 5534-5541.

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2006). A community coalition board creates a set of values for community-based research. Preventing Chronic Disease, 3(1), 1-7.

    Boone, L.R., Mayberry, R.M., Betancourt, J.R., Coggins, P., & Yancey, E.M., (2006). Cultural competence in the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. American Journal of Health Studies, 21(4), 199-208.

    Coughlin, S.S., Costanza, M.E., Fernandez ,M.E., Glanz, K., Lee, J.W., Smith, S.A., Stroud,L., Tessaro I., Westfall J.M., Weissfeld J.L., & Blumenthal D.S. (2006). CDC-funded intervention research aimed at promoting colorectal cancer screening in communities. Cancer, 107(S5), 1196-204.

    Crump, S.R., Taylor, B.D., Sung, J.F.C., Burkley, L., Sheats, J., Murphy, F.G., & Caplan, L. (2006). Dietary intake to reduce cancer among African American women in public housing: Do socioeconomic factors make a difference?. Ethnicity and Disease, 16, 963-970.

    Griffin Jr., J.P., & Floyd, A. (2006).How to promote effective African American partnerships for community-based HIV/AIDS planning: lessons learned from the Atlanta Regional Minority Health Network. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 17(1S), 44-52.

    Pederson, L.L., Blumenthal, D.S., Dever, A., & McGrady, G. (2006). A web based smoking cessation and prevention curriculum for medical students: Design, implementation and evaluation. Drug and Alcohol Review, 29(1), 39-47.

    Quinn, G., Albrecht, T., Mahan, C., Bell-Edison, B., Henry-Akintobi, T., Reynolds, B., & Jeffers, D. (2006). The photo essay: A visual research method for educating obstetricians and other health care professionals. Qualitative Report, 11(2), 229- 250.

    Reese, L.E., Vera, E.M., & Caldwell, L. (2006).  The role of culture in violence prevention practice and science: Issues for consideration. J.K. Lutker (Ed.), Violence Prevention.  Washington: American Psychological Association.

    2005

    Baldwin, D.M., & Williams-Brown, S. (2005). Uncovering homeless African American women’s knowledge of breast cancer and their use of breast cancer screening services. Journal of the National Black Nurses Association, 16(1), 24-30.

    Blumenthal, D.S., Fort, J., Ahmed, N.U., Semenya, K.A., Schreiber, G.B., Perry, S., et al. (2005). Impact of a two-city community cancer prevention intervention on African-Americans. Journal of the National Medical Association, 97(11), 1479–1488.

    Blumenthal, D.S. (2005). Smoking Cessation: Clinical Intervention. MedEdPORTAL. Retrieved Feburary 24, 2010, from.

    Griffin Jr., J.P. (2005). The Building Resiliency and Vocational Excellence (BRAVE) program: a violence-prevention and role model program for young, African American males. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 16(4S), 78-88.

    Partin, M.R., Slater, J.S., & Caplan, L. (2005). Randomized controlled trial of a repeat mammography intervention: effect of adherence definitions on results. Preventive Medicine, 41, 734-740.

    Pederson, L.L. & Blumenthal, D.S. (2005). Smoking cessation: What works in primary care settings. Ethnicity and Disease, 15(S2), 10-13.

    Phillips, J.M., & Williams-Brown, S. (2005). Cancer prevention among racial ethnic minorities. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 21(4), 278-285.

    Quinn, G., Albrecht, T., Marshall, R., & Henry-Akintobi, T. (2005). “Training like a marketer”: Training for a shift in the mindset of the public health workforce. Health Promotion  Practice, 6(2), 157-163.

    Safran E.S., Cohen L.P., & Caplan, L.S. (2005). Ohuabunwa UK , Pharagood- Wade F. Barriers to occupational and environmental medicine services in the southeastern United States . Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 47(3), 219-25.

    Shamsa, F. (2005). Evidence of Invasive Breast Cancer after Lobular Carcinoma Inst. NCI Journal, 15(2S), 10-13.

    Williams-Brown, S., Phillips, J.M., & Rust, G. (2005). Ensuring consistent quality care to address disparities in cancer screening. Journal for Nursing Care Quality, 20(2), 99-102.

    Williams-Brown, S., Meinersmann, K., & Baldwin, D. (2005). Rural African American women’s descriptions of mammogram quality. Journal for Nursing Care Quality, 20(3), 231-237.

    Williams-Brown, S., & Singh, G.K. (2005). Epidemiology of cancer in the United States. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 21(4), 236-242.

    Williams-Brown, S., Muntaner, C., Carter-Pokras, O., & Oliver, M.N. (2005). Eliminating cancer disparities by race/ethnicity: An analysis of state comprehensive cancer control plans. Journal of the Association for Academic Minority Physicians, 16(1), 53-59.

    2004

    Albert, S., Harlap, S., Caplan, L.S. (2004). Cancer screening among older women in a culturally-insular community. Preventive Medicine, 39(4), 649-56.

    Blumenthal, D.S. & DiClemente, R. (Eds.). (2004). Community-Based health research: Issues and methods. New York: Springer Publishing Co.

    Blumenthal, D.S., Yancey, E.M. (2004). Introduction to community-based research. In D.S. Blumenthal & R.J. DiClemente (Eds.), Community-Based health research: Issues and methods. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Co.

    Caplan, L.S. (2004). Whatever happened to clinical breast examinations? American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 27(1), 85.

    Coughlin, S.S., Uhler, R.J., Bobo, J.K., & Caplan, L.S. (2004). Breast cancer screening practices among women in the United States. Cancer Causes and Control, 15(2), 159-170.

    Erwin, K., Blumenthal, D., Chapel, T., and Allwood, L.V. (2004). Building an academic-community partnership for increasing the representation of minorities in the health professions. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved. 15, 589-602.

    Grindel, C.G., Brown, L., Caplan, L., & Blumenthal, D. (2004). The effect of breast cancer screening messages on knowledge, attitudes, perceived risk, and mammography screening of African American women in the rural South. Oncology Nursing Forum, 31(4), 801-808.

    Henry- Akintobi, T., Yancey, E., Muteteke, D., & Bailey, J. (2004). Partnership for evaluation of the Bilingual Bicultural Service Demonstration Program: Merging public health research and practice. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 18(4), 440-441.

    Howard, M., & et al. (2004). Young males’ sexual education and health services. American Journal of Public Health, 94(8), 1332-1335.

    Monticciolo, D., & Caplan, L.S. (2004). The American College of Radiology's BI-RADS 3 classification in a nationwide screening program: Current assessment and comparison with earlier use. Breast Journal, 10(2), 106-110.

    Phillips, J.M., Williams-Brown S, Belcher A. (2004). Culturally Competent Care. In A Cancer Sourcebook for Nurses (8th Ed). In C. Varricchio & et al (Eds.), Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett.

    Thompson, C.J., Jones, A.R., Davis, M.K., & Caplan, L.S. (2004). Do smoke alarms still function a year after installation? A follow-up of the get-alarmed campaign. Journal of Community Health, 29(2), 171-181.

    Yancey, E.M., Goodin, L.M., Wang, M. (2004). Whose choice is It? Understanding HIV risk among African American women. Preventing Chronic Disease 1(2).

    Yancey, E.M., Wang, M.Q., Cornelius, L.J., Goodin, L., Akintobi, T.H., & Cockrell, T. (2004). HIV risk reduction among African American women: A gender- and culture-focused intervention. Health Education and Behavior, Supplement to 31(4), 7-8.