Publications

Carpenter D., Hassell S., Mardon R., Fair S., Johnson M., Siegel S., and Nix M. (2018).

Using learning communities to support adoption of health care innovations.

Robinson E., Lubar E., Singer J., Kellman D., Katz B., and Kuznicki S. (2018).

State of the practice for traveler information during nonrecurring events.

Daley T.C., Edwards J., Fiore T.A., and Johnson L. (2018).

National Evaluation of the State Deaf-Blind Projects.

Lipman P.D., Huang J.C., and Mullins C.D. (2017).

Bridging the divide: Building infrastructure to support community-academic partnerships and improve capacity to conduct patient-centered outcomes research.

Rogers R.S. (2017).

Effective collaboration between statisticians and principal investigators.

Vidal S. (2017).

Juvenile parole.

Wolbach T., Bloomfield G., Xavier D., Belis D., Alam D., Davis P., Dorairaj P., Ghannem H., Gilman R., Kamath D., Kimaiyo S., Levitt N., Martinez H., Mejicano G., Miranda J., Perez-Koehlmoos T., Rabadan-Diehl C., Ramirez-Zea M., Rubinstein A., Sacksteder K., Steyn K., and Tandon N. (2016).

Training and capacity building in LMIC for research in heart and lung diseases: The NHLBI–UnitedHealth Global Health Centers of Excellence program review.

Feldman J.M., Dynarski M., and Betts J. (2016).

Evaluation of the DC Opportunity Scholarship Program: Features of schools in DC.

Egan L.C., Marbach-Ad G., and Thompson K. (2016).

A disciplinary teaching and learning center: Applying pedagogical content knowledge to faculty development.

Cohn A., Stanton C.A., Niaura R., Elmasry H., and Ehlke S. (2016).

Characteristics of U.S. substance abuse treatment facilities offering HIV services: Results from a national survey.

Sarr M., Mbengue M.A.S., Diaw P.A., Diall P.A.N., Toure M.D., Faye N.F.F.N., Gueye B., Kane N.C.T., and Mboup S. (2016).

Establishing a national laboratory quality system for HIV diagnosis and monitoring in resource-limited settings: Experience from Senegal.

Hamilton C.D., Swaminathan S., Christopher D.J., Ellner J., Gupta A., Sterling T.R., Rolla V., Srinivasan S., Karyana M., Siddiqui S., Stoszek S.K., and Kim P. (2015).

RePORT International: Advancing tuberculosis biomarker research through global collaboration.

Gohagan J.K., Prorok P.C., Yurgalevitch S., Miller A.B., Feld R., Fontana R., Jatoi I., Lawrence W., Miller A., Rajput A., Sherman M., Welch G., Wright P., and Albertsen P. (2015).

Changes in and impact of the death review process in the Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian (PLCO) Cancer Screening Trial.

Avrunin-Becker S. (2015).

How to make a stunning state map using SAS/Graph for Beginners.

Gohagan J.K., Gren L.H., Higgins D., Lappe K., O'Brien B., Prorok P.C., Shambaugh V., Yurgalevitch S., Wright P., Riley T., Broski K., Fouad M.N., Ogden S., and Pinsky P.F. (2015).

Managing multi-center recruitment in the PLCO Cancer Screening Trial.

Gohagan J.K., Yurgalevitch S., Carrick D.M., Black A., Khan A.I., Pettit K.A., Williams C., Yu K., Huang W.Y., and Zhu C. (2015).

The PLCO Biorepository: Creating, maintaining, and administering a unique biospecimen resource.

Bouhaddou O., Pan E.C., Botts N., Lyle J., Swall M., Cullen T., Donahue M., and Hsing N. (2015).

Veterans Health Administration experience with data quality surveillance of continuity of care documents: Interoperability challenges for eHealth exchange participants.

Worrell C., Harris D.R., Hazra R., Abreu T., Ferreira F.G., Ruz N.P., and Krauss M.R. (2015).

Tuberculosis in HIV-infected infants, children, and adolescents in Latin America.

Egan L.C., Tompson K., and Marbach-Ad G. (2015).

A discipline-based teaching and learning center: A model for professional development.

Claus R.E., Hagen C.A., Harmon M.A., Crosse S.B., Bauer E., and Greene A. (2015).

Kiosk supervision: A guidebook for community corrections professionals.

Raithel M.A. (2014).

Supporting SAS In a research environment.

Green T. and Berktold J. (2014).

NACCHO’s National Community of Practice support for local evidence-based chronic disease self-management program.

Dougherty R.H., Lyman D.R., George P., Ghose S.S., Daniels A.S., and Delphin-Rittmon M.E. (2014).

Assessing the evidence base for behavioral health services: Introduction to the series.

Simbiri K.O., Biddle J., Kinyera T., Were P.A., Tenge C., Kawira E., Masalu N., Sumba P.O., Lawler-Heavner J., Stefan C.D., Buonaguro F.M., Robinson D., Newton R., Harford J., Bhatia K., and Mbulaiteye S.M. (2014).

Burkitt lymphoma research in East Africa: Highlights from the 9th African Organization for Research and Training in Cancer Conference held in Durban, South Africa in 2013.

Loureiro P., de Almeida-Neto C., Carneiro-Proietti A.B., Capuani L., Gonçalez T.T., Oliveira C.D., Leão S.C., Lopes M.I., Sampaio D., Patavino G.M., Ferreira J.E., Blatyta P.F., Lopes M.D., Mendrone A., Salles N.A., King M.R., Murphy E.L., Busch M.P., Custer B., and Sabino E.C. (2014).

Contribution of the Retrovirus Epidemiology Donor Study (REDS) to research on blood transfusion safety in Brazil.

Edwards J.M., Stein-Seroussi A., Flewelling R.L., Orwin R.G., and Landy A.L. (2014).

Effects of the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentives Grant (SPF SIG) on state prevention infrastructure in 26 states.

O'Hara N., Munk T.E., Reedy K., D'Agord C., Inglish J., and DuRant S. (2014).

Equity, inclusion, and opportunity: Addressing success gaps, white paper.

Levi S., Kislev S., Golan E., and Tal S. (2014).

Increasing child passenger safety via a national action plan.

Feldman J.M., Koenig K., Siegel D., and Cohen S. (2014).

Issues in implementing a comprehensive intervention for public school children with autism spectrum disorders.

Harris D.R., Mold J.W., Fox C., Lipman P.D., Aspy C.B., Smith P.D., Zink T., Knox L., Solberg L., Krauss M.R., and Cohen R.A. (2014).

Leveraging practice-based research networks to accelerate implementation and diffusion of chronic kidney disease guidelines in primary care practice: A prospective cohort study.

Lipman P.D., Lange C.J., Peterson K.A., and Cohen R.A. (2014).

A mixed-methods study of research dissemination across practice-based research networks.

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