Published in Referred Journals, 2011-2012
Brawner, B. M. (in press). Attitudes and beliefs regarding depression, HIV/AIDS and HIV risk-related sexual behaviors among clinically depressed African American adolescent females. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing
Brawner, B. M., Gomes, M., Jemmott, L. S., Deatrick, J., & Coleman, C. (2012). Clinical depression and HIV risk related sexual behaviors among African American adolescent females: Unmasking the numbers. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, (PMID: ) doi:10.1080/09540121.2011.630344
Baker, J. L., Brawner, B. M., Cederbaum, J., Davis, Z., White, S., Brawner, W. & Jemmott, L. S. (2012). Barbershops as venues to assess and intervene in HIV/STI risk among young, heterosexual African American men. American Journal of Men’s Health, xx(x), 1-15. Doi: 10.1177/1557988312437239
Baker, J. L., Brawner, B. M., Leader, A., Voytek, C., Jemmott, L. S., & Frank, I. (2012). Incorporating community-based participatory research principles for the development of a HPV prevention program for African American adolescent females and their parents/guardians. American Journal of Health Studies, 27(1), 1-7.
Brawner, B. M., Davis, Z. M., Fannin, E. F. & Alexander, K. A. (2011). Clinical depression and condom use attitudes and beliefs among African American adolescent females. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. (PMID: 21737313) doi:10.1016/j.jana.2011.03.005
Leader, A., Cashman, R., Voytek, C., Baker, J. L., Brawner, B. M., & Frank, I. (2011). An exploratory study of adolescent female reactions to direct-to-consumer-advertising: The case of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. Health Marketing Quarterly, 28(4), 372-385. Doi:10.1080/07359683.2011.630289
Alexander, K. A., Dovydaitis, T., Beacham, B., Bohinski, J. M., Brawner, B. M., Clements, C. P., Everett, J. S., Gomes, M. M., Harner, H., McDonald, C. C., Pinkston, E., & Sommers, M. S. (2011). Learning health equity frameworks within a community of scholars. Journal of Nursing Education, 50, 569-574. (PMID:21710960) doi: 10.3928/01484834-20110630-05
Teitelman, A. M., Ratcliffe, S. J., McDonald, C. C., Brawner, B. M. and Sullivan, C. M. (2011). Relationships Between Physical and Non-Physical Forms of Intimate Partner Violence and Depression among Urban Minority Adolescent Females. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(2), 92-100. (PMID: 21617762) doi: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2010.00572.x 2012-2016 HIV/STI Prevention among Heterosexually-Active Black Adolescents with Mental Illnesses; FG; Principal Investigator (with Co-Pis L.S. Jemmott and G. Wingood); 50% effort; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC 1U01PS003304), $932,129
2011-2012 Exploration of Multi-level Drivers of HIV/AIDS among Black Philadelphians; FG; Pilot Project Principal Investigator (with Co-Pis B. Guthrie, J. Schensul, D. Tomlin and R. Barbour); Yale University (NIH/NIMH R25MH087217; B. Guthrie, PI), $20,000
Buttenheim, AM, J Havassy, M Fang, J Glyn, and A Karpyn. “Increasing SNAP/EBT sales at farmers markets with vendor-operated wireless point-of-sale terminals.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association.
In press Buttenheim, AM, M Jones, Y Baras. “Exposure to personal belief exemptions from mandated school entry vaccinations among California kindergarteners.” American Journal of Public Health.
(2011) Buttenheim, AM, H Alderman, and J Friedman. “Impact evaluation of school feeding programs in Lao People’s Democratic Republic.” Journal of Development Effectiveness 3(4):520-542.
(2011) Ullman, SH, AM Buttenheim, N Goldman, AR Pebley, R Wong. “Socioeconomic differences in obesity among Mexican adolescents.” International Journal of Pediatric Obesity 6(2-2):e373-380.
“Pilot Studies to Improve Participation in Chagas Disease Vector Control Programs.” 2011. Co-Principal Investigator (0% effort). University of Pennsylvania University Research Foundation ($48,269) and University of Pennsylvania Global Engagement Fund ($20,000).
“Preliminary studies to increase uptake of oral rehydration therapy through a behavioral economic-mHealth intervention.” 2011. Co-Principal Investigator (0% effort). University of Pennsylvania-University Peruana Cayetano Heredia Collaborative Pilot Grant Program. $15,000.
“Do farmers’ markets increase fruit and vegetable intake?” 2011. Principal Investigator (0% effort). Grants in Population Health. $4,940.
“The social and spatial clustering of vaccine refusal.” 2010-2011. Principal Investigator (0% effort). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program Research Grants in Population Health. $17,069.
“Value of farmers’ markets for food access in Philadelphia.” 2010-11. Co-Principal Investigator (0% effort). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program Research Grants in Population Health. $17,490.
“Building capacity in agent-based modeling for population health research.” 2010-2011. Co-Principal Investigator (0% effort). Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health & Society Scholars Program Research Grants in Population Health. $5,500.
Alexander, K.A., Coleman, C.L., Deatrick, J.A., Jemmott, L.S.(in Press) Moving beyond safe sex to women-controlled safe sex: A concept analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
B.M. Brawner, M.M. Gomes L.S. Jemmott, J.A. Deatrick and C.L. Coleman (in Press) Clinical depression and HIV risk-related sexual behaviors among African American adolescent females: Unmasking the numbers AIDS Care xxx
Awarded Pilot Cher $5,000 to collect preliminary data for R01 #1; Applying for Frank Morgan Jones fund, to collect preliminary data for R01#2
Holsten, J.E., Deatrick, J.A. Kumanyika, S., Pinto-Martin, J., Compher, C.W. (In Press). Children’s food
choice process in the home environment: A qualitative descriptive study. Appetite, 2011 Sep 29. 9[Epub ahead of print] PMID: 21986183
Hocking, M., Hobbie, W., Deatrick, J., Lucas, M., Szabo, M., Volpe, E., & Barakat, L. (In Press).
Neurocognitive and family functioning and quality of life among young adult cancer survivors of childhood brain tumors. The Clinical Neuropsychologist. DOI: 10.1080/13854046.2011.580284
McDonald, C., Deatrick, J., Kassam-Adams, N., & Richmond, T. (In Press). Community violence
exposure and positive youth development and urban youth. Journal of Community Health. D01: 10.1007/s10900-011-9391-5.
Knafl, G., Dixon, J., O’Malley, J., Grey, M., Deatrick, J., Gallo, A., & Knafl, K. (In Press). Scale development by likelihood cross-validation. Statistical Methods in Medical Research. * PMID: 21148193
Knafl, K., Deatrick, J., Gallo, A., Dixon, J., Knafl, G., & O'Malley, J. (2011). Assessment of the
psychometric properties of the family management measure. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 36 (5), 494-505* DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsp034; PMC3131701
Alexander, K., Coleman, C., Deatrick, J., & Jemmott, L. (In Press). Moving beyond safe sex to
women controlled safe sex: A concept analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing.
Brawner, B., Gommes, M.M., Jemmott, L., Deatrick, J., & Coleman, C. (In Press). Clinical depression
and HIV risk-related sexual behaviors among African-American adolescent females: Unmaking the numbers. AIDS Care: Psychological and socio-medical aspects of AIDS/HIV.
Knafl, K., & Deatrick, J. (In Press). Continued development of the family management style
framework. Journal of Family Nursing.
Song, Minkyoung, Deatrick, J., & Feetham, S. (In Press). A review of diabetes mellitus specific
family assessment instruments. Western Journal of Nursing Research.
Deatrick, J., & Hardie, T. (In Press). Strategies for Selecting Measures for Pediatric and
Maternal Child Research. Clinical Nursing Research. Transition Readiness of Adolescent and Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer. NIH/NCI (R21CA1411332-Lisa Schwartz-PI), Co-Investigator, 12/1/10-11/30/12. R21
Mothers and Fathers Perspectives: Family Management of Young Adult Survivors of Childhood Brain Tumors. Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation Independent Nurse Researcher Grant, Principal Investigator, 11/1/2010-10/31/2012, $100,000. PG
M. Sommers (Director). Research on Vulnerable Women, Children, and Families. NIH/NINR
(2-T32-NR007100). 5/1/09-6/2014. $1,920,540. Role: Associate Director. TG
Lucas, Matthew. Caregiver functional expectations for survivors for childhood brain tumors. (Sponsor of his Pre-Doctoral Traineeship, NINR/ NIH(F31NR013091-01), 7/1/2011 6/30/2013.TG
Mooney-Doyle, K. Exploring Family Decision-Making in Pediatric Palliative Care. (Sponsor of her Predoctoral Traineeship. NIH/NINR 1F31NR011533 - 01A1), 1/1/2011-12/31/13. TG
Beacham, B. Children with chronic health conditions: Perspectives of family management.
(Sponsor of her Predoctoral Traineeship. NIH/NINR F31-NR011524), 7/1/2010 – 6/30/2012.TG
Lucus, M. Doctoral student scholarship in cancer. American Cancer Society. Funded July 1, 2010-June 31, 2014. Role: Sponsor. TG
Townsend, K., Corry, J.M., Quigley, B., George, M. (2012). A feasibility study of Q-sort to determine recall of skin test results and environmental remediation education. Journal of Asthma, 49, 83–89.
George, M. (2012). Something old, something new: Spirometry and exhaled nitric oxide as biomarkers of airflow obstruction. Journal of Allergy and Asthma Educators. 3 (2), 64-72 DOI 10.1177/2150129712440447
George, M. (2011-in press). Health beliefs, use and disclosure of complementary and alternative medicine for lung disease self-management in the Black community. Invited paper for a Special Issue on Communication in complementary medicine approaches in healthcare in Patient Education and Counseling. INVITED
George, M. & Stoloff, S. (2012). Teaching patients the critical components of asthma self-management. Journal of Allergy and Asthma Educator, 3 (1), 10-19. DOI 10.1177/2150129711427903
Townsend, K. & George, M. (2011). What is the evidence that environmental remediation programs are effective in urban children with allergic asthma? An integrated review. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators. 2 (6), 295-305.
George M., Rand, C. & Shea, J. (2012). The first phase of instrument development: The Conventional and Alternative Management (CAM) for Asthma questionnaire. Accepted for Oral presentation. American Academy of Asthma Allergy and Immunology, Orlando, FL.
George M., Johnson, A., Pinilla, R. & Rand, C. (2012). Primary care providers’ attitudes and beliefs about, and personal use of, complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). Accepted for Poster Presentation at the International Research Congress on Integrative Medicine and Health, Portland OR.
Townsend, K., Corry, J.M., Quigley, B. & George, M. (2011). A pilot study of caregiver's recall of their child's skin test results and environmental remediation education. World Allergy Congress: Cancun. MEXICO. Accepted for poster presentation and recipient of a travel award.
George, M., Kraft, J., Vendetti, N., Pinilla, R., Johnson, A., Miller, J., Priolo, C., Gonzalez, R., Yim, E., Jackson, D., Brown, D. Ziring, B. & Rand, C. (2011). Asthma self-management preferences, attitudes and beliefs in primary care. Accepted for poster presentation. European Respiratory Society, Amsterdam, The NETHERLANDS European Respiratory Journal 38, Supp 55, 913S. Starting the 5th and final year of my K23 in May 2012
Glanz K, Bader MD, Iyer S. Retail grocery store marketing strategies and obesity: An integrative review. In Press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2012.
Glanz K, Steffen AD, Schoenfeld E, Tappe KA. Randomized Trial of Tailored Skin Cancer Prevention for Children: The Project SCAPE Family Study. In Press, Journal of Health Communication, 2012.
Sabatino SA, Lawrence B, Elder R, Mercer SL, Wilson KM, DeVinney B, Melillo S, Taplin S, Bastani R, Rimer BK, Vernon SW, Melvin CL, Taylor V, Fernandez M, Blumenthal D, Glanz K, and the Community Preventive Services Task Force. Effectiveness of Interventions to Increase Screening for Breast, Cervical, and Colorectal Cancers: Nine Updated Systematic Reviews for The Guide To Community Preventive Services. In Press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2012.
Mamtani R, Haynes K, Bilker W, Vaughn D, Strom B, Glanz K, Lewis J. Long-term therapy with thiazolidinedione’s may be associated with increased incidence of bladder cancer: A cohort study. In press (provisionally accepted March 2012), Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2012.
Saelens BE, Sallis JF, Frank LD, Couch SC, Zhou C, Colburn T, Cain KL, Chapman J, Glanz K. Obesogenic neighborhood environments related to child and parent obesity: The Neighborhood Impact on Kids (NIK) Study. In Press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2012.
Frank LD, Saelens BE, Chapman J, Sallis JF, Kerr J, Glanz K, Couch SC, Learnihan V, Zhou C, Colburn T, Cain C. Objective assessment of obesogenic environments in youth: GIS methods and spatial findings from the Neighborhood Impact on Kids (NIK) Study. In Press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2012.
Voss C, Klein S, Clawson M, Glanz K. Nutrition Environment Measures-Vending (NEMS-V): Development, reliability and dissemination. In Press, Health Promotion Practice, 2012.
Kegler MC, Alcantara I, Veluswamy JK, Haardorfer R, Hotz JA, Glanz K. Results from an intervention to improve rural home food and physical activity environments. In Press, Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 2012.
Burke LE, Styn MA, Sereika SM, Conroy MB, Ye L, Glanz K, Sevick MA, Ewing LJ. Using mHealth Technology to Enhance Self-Monitoring for Weight Loss: A Randomized Trial. In Press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2012.
Ziegler-Johnson C, Weber A, Glanz K, Spangler E, Rebbeck T. Gender- and ethnic-specific associations with obesity: Individual and neighborhood-level factors. In Press, Journal of the National Medical Association, 2012.
Kerr J, Sallis JF, Bromby E, Glanz K. Assessing food promotions in grocery stores: Reliability and validity of the GroPromo audit tool. In Press, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2012.
Kim BH, Newton RA, Sachs ML, Glutting JJ, Glanz K. Effect of guided relaxation and imagery on falls self-efficacy: A randomized controlled trial. In Press, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 2012.
Yano EM, Green LW, Glanz K, Ayanian JZ, Mittman BS, Chollette V, Rubenstein LV. Implementation and spread of interventions into the multilevel context of routine practice and policy: Implications for the cancer care continuum. In Press, Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2012.
Kegler MC, Swan D, Alcantara I, Wrensford L, Glanz K. Environmental Influences on Physical Activity in Rural Adults: The Relative Contributions of Home, Church and Work Settings. In Press, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2012.
Vargo J, Stone B, Glanz K. Google Walkability: A free and ready-to-use tool for local healthy planning? In Press, Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 2012.
Ding D, Sallis JF, Norman GJ, Saelens BE, Harris SK, Kerr J, Rosenberg D, Durant N, Glanz K. Community food environment, home food environment and fruit and vegetable intake of children and adolescents. In press, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2012.
Honeycutt S, Carvalho M, Glanz K, Daniel SD, Kegler MC. Research to Reality: A Process Evaluation of a Mini-Grants Program to Disseminate Evidence-Based Nutrition Programs to Rural Churches and Worksites. In Press, Journal of Public Health Management and Policy , 2012.
Zook JB, Lu Y, Glanz K, Zimring C. Design and pedestrianism in a smart growth development. Environment and Behavior, 2012; 44: 216-234.
Escoffery C, Kegler MC, Glanz K, Graham T, Blake S, Shapiro JA, Mullen PD, Fernandez ME. Use of Evidence-Based Recruitment Strategies by the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP). American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 42: 235-241, 2012.
Hiemstra M, Glanz K, Nehl E. Changes in sunburn and tanning attitudes among lifeguards over a summer season. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 66: 430-437, 2012.
Glanz K, Hersey J, Cates S, Muth M, Creel D, Nicholls J, Fulgoni V, Zaripheh S. Impact of a Nutrient Rich Foods Consumer Education Program: Results from the Nutrition Advice Study. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly Journal of the American Dietetic Association), 112: 56-63, 2012.
Escoffery C, Kegler MC, Alcantara I, Wilson M, Glanz K. A qualitative examination of the role of small, rural worksites in obesity prevention. Preventing Chronic Disease, 2011; 8(4):A75.
Mumford KG, Contant CK, Weissman J, Wolf J, Glanz. Changes in physical activity and travel behaviors in residents of a mixed-use development. Amer J Prev Med, 41: 504-507, 2011.
Pignone M, Winquist A, Schild LA, Lewis C, Scott T, Hawley J, Rimer BK, Glanz K. Effectiveness of a patient and practice-level colorectal cancer screening intervention in health plan members: The CHOICE Trial. Cancer, 2011; 117: 3352-3362.
Hillier A, Cannuscio C, Karpyn A, McLaughlin J, Chilton M, Glanz K. How far do low-income parents travel to shop for food? Evidence from two urban neighborhoods. Urban Geography, 23: 712-729, 2011.
Lakhani N, Shaw KM, Thompson T, Yaroch AL, Glanz K, Hartman AM, Saraiya M. Prevalence and predictors of total-body skin examination among U.S. adults: 2005 National Health Interview Survey. Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, 2011; 65: 645-648.
Buller DB, Cokkinides V, Hall IH, Hartman A, Saraiya M, Miller E, Paddock L, Glanz K. Prevalence of Sunburn, Sun Protection, and Indoor Tanning Behaviors Among Americans: Review from National Surveys and Case Studies of Three States J Amer Acad Dermatol, 2011; 65(5, Suppl): S114-S123.
Tandon P, Zhou C, Chan NL, Lozano P, Couch SC, Glanz K, Krieger J, Saelens BE. The Impact of Menu Labeling on Fast Food Purchases for Children and Parents - Results of a Natural Experiment. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 41: 434-438, 2011. 2012-2013
Social goals and individual incentives to promote walking in older adults. Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Applying Behavioral Economics to Perplexing Problems in Health and Health Care. Principal Investigator, jointly with Jason Karlawish, M.D. ($ 100,000)
2012-2013 Objective integrated measures of the built environment, location, and behavior. Funded by the National Cancer Institute as part of the Penn TREC Survivor Center; a Cross-Center Developmental Study. Role: Penn PI; overall PI is Simon Marshall, PhD at UC-
San Diego. ($ 39,999)
2012 Testing the Effects of Anti-Sugary Beverage Public Service Advertisements on Youth and Adult Audiences. Funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Healthy Eating Research Program. Prinicipal Investigator: Amy Jordan, PhD. Role: Co-Investigator. ($ 135,978)
2011-2016 Penn TREC Survivor Center. Funded by the National Cancer Institute. Principal Investigator: Kathryn Schmitz, PhD. Role: Director, Dissemination and Outreach Core; Co-Director, Training and Education Core ($ 1,995,243 Year 1)
2011-2016 University of Pennsylvania Clinical and Scientific Translational Award (CTSA), Funded by the National Institutes of Health. Principtal Investigator: Garrett FitzGerald, M.D. Role: Director, Community Engagement and Research Core. ($ 7,535,673)
Loretta Sweet Jemmott
Jemmott, J. B. III, Heeren, G. A., Ngwane, Z., Jemmott, L. S., Shell, R., & O’Leary, A. (In press). Theory of planned behavior predictors of intention to use condoms among Xhosa adolescents. AIDS Care, in press.
Cederbaum, J. A., Hutchinson, M. K., Duan, L., & Jemmott, L. S. (in press) The influence of maternal HIV serostatus on mother-daughter sexual risk communication and adolescent engagement in HIV risk behaviors.
Jemmott, J. B. III, Jemmott, L. S., & Stevens, R. (in press). Statistical power, multiple comparisons, and comparative efficacy in evaluating HIV/STD risk-reduction strategies. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, in press.
Brawner, B. M., Gomes, M., Jemmott, L. S., Deatrick, J., & Coleman, C. (2012). Clinical depression and HIV risk related sexual behaviors among African American adolescent females: Unmasking the numbers. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 24(5), 618-625. (PMID: 22292603) doi:10.1080/09540121.2011.630344
Baker, J. L., Brawner, B. M., Cederbaum, J., Davis, Z., White, S., Brawner, W. & Jemmott, L. S. (2012). Barbershops as venues to assess and intervene in HIV/STI risk among young, heterosexual African American men. American Journal of Men’s Health, Available online first, 1-15. (PMID: 22398991) doi: 10.1177/1557988312437239
Baker, J. L., Brawner, B. M., Leader, A., Voytek, C., Jemmott, L. S., & Frank, I. (2012). Incorporating community-based participatory research principles for the development of a HPV prevention program for African American adolescent females and their parents/guardians. American Journal of Health Studies, 27(1), 1-7
O’Leary, A., Jemmott, J. B. III, Jemmott, L. S., Bellamy, S. L., Ngwane, Z., & Icard, L. D. (In press). Moderation and mediation of an efficacious sexual risk-reduction intervention for South African adolescents. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, in press Jemmott, J. B. III, Jemmott, L. S., O’Leary, A., Ngwane, Z., Icard, L. D., Bellamy, S. L., Jones, S. F., Landis, J. R., Heeren, G. A., Tyler, J. C., & Makiwane, M. B. (2011). Cognitive-behavioural health-promotion intervention increases fruit and vegetable consumption and physical activity among South African adolescents: a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Psychology & Health, 26(2), 167-185. DOI: 10.1080/08870446.2011.531573
El Bassel, N., Jemmott, J. B. III, Landis, R., Pequegnat, W., Wingood, G., Wyatt, G., Bellamy, S. L., and The NIMH Multisite HIV/STD Prevention Trial for African American Couples Group. (2011). Intervention to influence behaviors linked to risk of chronic diseases: a multi-site randomized controlled trial with African American HIV serodiscordant heterosexual couples. Archives of Internal Medicine, 171(8), 728-736.
Teitelman, A., Tennille, J., Bohinski, J., Jemmott, L. S., & Jemmott, J. B. III. (2011). Unwanted unprotected sex: Condom coercion by male partners and self-silencing of condom negotiation among adolescent girls. Advances in Nursing Science, 34(3), 243-259.
Jemmott, J.B., Jemmott, L.S. Icard, L,1 (03/21/12-12/13/16) R01 MD006232 NIH/NIMHD (Co-Investigator) Health Promotion for Positives: A Randomized Trial with HIV Positive Black Men,” National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Brawner, B. Jemmott, L. S., Wingood, G. (2012-2016) HIV/STI Prevention among Heterosexually-Active Black Adolescents with Mental Illnesses; FG; Co-Investigator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC 1U01PS003304), $932,129
Jemmott, J.B., & Jemmott, L.S., Principal Investigator, “Reducing Risk of HIV/STD Infection among African American Men,” National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities, R01 MD004075, December 19, 2009 to November 30, 2014. Total Costs: $1,998,541.
Lewis, L.M., Schoenthaler, A., & Ogedegbe, G. (in press). Patient factors, but not provider and health care system factors, predict medication adherence in hypertensive black men. Journal of Clinical Hypertension.
Lewis, L.M. (E-pub available). Factors associated with medication adherence in hypertensive blacks: A review of the literature. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, xx, xxx-xxx.
Lewis, L.M. (2011). Medication adherence and spiritual perspectives among older African American adults diagnosed with hypertension: A qualitative study. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 37(6), 34-41.
Spiritual Vignettes to Increase Medication Adherence among Hypertensive Black Church Members Role: Principal Investigator Edna G. Kynett Memorial Foundation, Inc., $30,000 06/01/11 – 05/31/12
Lipman TH, Murphy KM, Kumanyika SK, Jawad A, Ratcliffe SJ, Ginsburg KR. (In press). Racial differences in parents’ perceptions of factors important for children to live well with diabetes. The Diabetes Educator.
Cannuscio, CC, Alley, DE, Pagan, JA, Soldo, B, Krasny, S, Shardell, M, Asch, DA, Lipman, TH. (In press). Housing strain, mortgage foreclosure and health. Nursing Outlook
Lipman, TH. (2012) Racial disparities in the incidence of diabetes in Canada. Evidence-Based Nursing, 15 (1), 32. (invited commentary).
Lipman, T.H. (2011). Toward evidence-based practice. American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing (MCN,) 36 (3), 203-205.
Wilfley, D, Berkowitz, R, Goebel-Fabbri, A, Hirst, K, Ievers-Landis, C , Lipman, TH. et al. (2011). Binge Eating, Mood, and Quality of Life in Youth With Type 2 Diabetes: Baseline data from the TODAY Study. Diabetes Care, 34(4), 858-60.
Levitt Katz, LE, Hernandez, ML, Magge, SN, Murphy, KM, McKnight-Menci HM, Lipman, TH.(2011). Glycemic control in youth with type 2 diabetes declines within two years after diagnosis. Journal of Pediatrics, 158(1), 106-11.
(7/1/11-6/30/12) Increasing activity in community: Dance for Health (Principal Investigator)
University of Pennsylvania Center for Public Health Initiatives- $20,000
(3/1/11-2/28/13) Treatment Options for Type 2 Diabetes in Adolescents and Youth: Post Intervention Protocol
(U01-DK061239) (Co-investigator- 5% effort); L. Katz, PI
(12/1/10- 11/30/12) Examining the relationship between vitamin D status and glycemic control children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus: Role of inflammatory mediators.(Co- investigator) S. Sawah PI
Pediatric Endocrinology Nursing Society- $15,000
(9/15/09-6/30/13) Overcoming Disparities in Growth Evaluations (RO1- HD57037-01A2) (Co-investigator-10% effort); A. Grimberg, PI. NIH-NICHD- $1,453,000
(7/1/11-6/30/12) Increasing activity in children in the community: Dance for Health (Principal Investigator) Netter Center for Community Partnerships Course Development Grant- University of Pennsylvania, $4,000.
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Research Award
Juvenile hypoglycemia and loss of hypoglycemic arousal
PI: Nancy Tkacs; $495,000 Lee, C.S., Moser, D.K., Lennie, T.A., Tkacs, N.C., Margulies, K.B., Riegel, B. Biomarkers of myocardial stress and systemic inflammation in patients who engage in heart failure self-care management. The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing 26:321-328, 2011.
Song, M., Ratcliffe, S.J., Tkacs, N.C., Riegel, B. Self care and health outcomes of diabetes mellitus. Clinical Nursing Research, in press, 2012.
Domanska, C., & Teitelman, A.M. (2012) Factors that affect acceptance of HIV microbicides among women. Collegian.19, 23-32. DOI: doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2011.09.006
Teitelman, A.M., Stringer, M., Nguyen, G.T., Hanlon, A.L., Averbuch,T., & Witkoski. A. (2011). Social cognitive and clinical factors associated with HPV vaccine initiation among urban, economically disadvantaged women. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecological and Neonatal Nursing, 40 (6), 691-70. DOI: 10.1111/j.1552-6909.2011.01297.x
Davidson PM, McGrath SJ, Meleis A, Stern P, DiGiacomo M, Dharmendra T ,Correa-de-Araujo R, Campbell J, Hochleitner M, Messias D, Hochleitner M, Brown H, Teitelman AM, Sindhu S, Reesman K, Richter S, Sommers M, Schaeffer D, Stringer M, Sampselle C, Anderson D, Tuazon JA, Cao YJ, & Covan E. (2011) The health of women and girls determines the health and well-being of our modern world: A white paper from the International Council on Women’s Health Issues. Health Care for Women International, 32, 870-886.
DOI: 10.1080/07399332.2011.603872 PMID 21919625
Teitelman, A.M., Tennille, J., Bohinski, J.M., Jemmott, L.S., & Jemmott, J.B. III (2011) Unwanted unprotected sex: Condom coercion by male partners and self-silencing of condom negotiation among adolescent girls. Advances in Nursing Science, 34 (3), 243-259.
DOI 10.1097/ANS.0b013e31822723a3 PMID: 21822072
Teitelman, A.M., Ratcliffe, S.J., McDonald, C. C., Brawner, B.M., & Sullivan, C. (2011). Relationships between physical and non-physical forms of intimate partner violence and depression among urban minority adolescent females. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(2), 92-100.
DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2010.00572.x PMID: 21617762
(Teitelman) 12/31/11 – 12/30/14 The American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Foundation, $30,000
Step Up to Prevention: A Nurse-Practitioner Guided Health Promotion Intervention Role: Principal Investigator 3% effort, AY and summer To develop a brief clinic-based nurse practitioner guided theoretically-driven intervention to enhance cervical cancer prevention among young women ages 18-26 living in economically disadvantaged urban communities.
(Teitelman/ Harper) 07/01/11- 06/30/12
The Center for Public Health Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania, $9,951The Role of “Money-Power-Respect” in Teen Dating Violence Role: Co-Principal Investigator 5% effort, AY and summer, contributed Community based participatory research: 1) understand economic factors contributing to teen dating violence among urban youth: 2) measurement and the impact of economic abuse on adolescents.
(Teitelman/ Childress) 01/01/11- 06/30/12
Center for Research Improving Treatment of Drug Abuse, University of Pennsylvania Examining brain-behavioral predictors of risky behaviors (unprotected sex; drug use) in adolescent girls at risk for HIV Role: Co-Principal Investigator 2% effort, AY and summer, contributed
Dr. Teitelman is leading the HIV and behavioral measures in the pilot; Dr. Childress is leading the neuroimaging measures. In-kind contributions from the P60 (research assistant time, 10 MRI scans, scan compensation, and imaging analysis) are estimated at 10K.
Parent Study 5-P60-DA-005186-22(O’Brien) $1,400,134 (annual) 09/30/92– 06/30/12
National Institute of Drug Abuse
01/05/08 – 12/31/12 National Institute of Mental Health, $792,000
HIV Prevention and Partner Abuse: Developing an Intervention for Adolescent Girls
Phase 1: Elicitation research with the target population; intervention development
Phase 2: A pilot randomized controlled trial to evaluate the intervention compared to another (evidence-based, proven effective) HIV prevention intervention. Mentor: Dr. Loretta Jemmott. Role: Principal Investigator, 75% effort, AY and summer
Atlantic Philanthropies 10/01/10 – 12/31/13
Community-oriented Nursing Education Program for Women and Child Health Capacity building to advance nursing education and research in South Africa in partnership with the University of Pretoria and University of Limpopo Departments of Nursing. Prevention of gender-based violence and sexual risk among adolescents is one of the focal research areas. Role: Consultant
Pennsylvania Department of Health 01/03/11 – 07/31/11
Teen Dating Violence Prevention Team
Provide consultation for focus group research to assess youth’s perspectives about programs needed to prevent teen dating violence. Role: Consultant, $5000.