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PhD Student Publication Highlights

Doctoral students at the Brown School publish widely in peer-reviewed journals. The following listing is a selection of recent publications in which our doctoral students are authors. Links to the students’ academic websites are included where possible.* 

Beeler-Stinn, S., Cheng, S.Y. & Wolf, D. P. S. (2018). A Case Study of a Network Analysis of Drug Use and Emergency Department Visits in St. Louis: Supporting a Quicker Rehabilitation. Journal of Life Care Planning, 16(2), 23-30. 

Kivumbi, A., Byansi, W., Sensoy, O.B., Ssewamala, F., Mugisha, J., et al (2019). Prevalence of Disruptive Behaviors and Attention deficit/hyperactive disorder among school going Children in Southwestern Uganda. BMC Psychiatry 19(1), 105. 

Chen, Y. C., Putnam, M., Lee, Y. S., & Morrow-Howell, N. (2018). Activity patterns and health outcomes in later life: The role of nature of engagement. The Gerontologist, gny023. 

Hudson, D. L., Eaton, J., Banks, A.Sewell, W., & Neighbors, H. (2018). “Down in the Sewers”: Perceptions of Depression and Depression Care Among African American Men. American Journal of Men’s Health, 12(1), 126-137.

Eaton J. C., Rothpletz-Puglia, P., Dreker, M. R., Iannotti, L., Lutter, C., Kaganda, J., Rayco-Solon, P. (2019). Effectiveness of provision of animal-source foods for supporting optimal growth and development in children 6 to 59 months of age. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2017, 10. Art. No.: CD012818. 

Furtado, K. S., Brownson, C., Fershteyn, Z., Macchi, M., Eyler, A., Valko, C., & Brownson, R. C. (2018). Health departments with a commitment to health equity: A more skilled workforce and higher-quality collaborations. Health Affairs, 37(1), 38-46. 

Gallegos-Riofrío, C. A., Waters, W. F., Salvador, J. M., Carrasco, A. M., Lutter, C. K., Stewart, C. P., & Iannotti, L. L. (2018). The Lulun Project’s social marketing strategy in a trial to introduce eggs during complementary feeding in Ecuador. Maternal & Child Nutrition, 14, e12700. 

Huseynli, A. (2018). Implementation of deinstitutionalization of child care institutions in post-soviet countries: the case of Azerbaijan. Child Abuse & Neglect, 76, 160-172. 

Motley, R., Joe, S. (2018). Police use of force by ethnicity, sex, and socioeconomic class. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 9:1, 49-67. 

Pilar, M. R., Cunningham-Williams, R. M., & Williams Woodson, S. L. L. (2019). Does the Andersen Behavioral Model of Health Services Use predict college students’ use of on-campus mental health services? Journal of American College Health, 1-13. 

Serrano, N., Perez, L. G., Carlson, J., Patrick, K., Kerr, J., Holub, C., & Arredondo, E. M. (2018). Sub-population differences in the relationship between the neighborhood environment and Latinas’ daily walking and vehicle time. Journal of Transport & Health, 8, 210–219. 

Stahlschmidt, M. J., Jonson-Reid, M., Pons, L., Constantino, J., Kohl, P. L., Drake, B., & Auslander, W. (2018). Trying to bridge the worlds of home visitation and child welfare: Lessons learned from a formative evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning, 66, 133-140. 

Vogel, M. T., Blakeney, E., Willgerodt, M. A., Johnson, E. L., Shrader, S., Liner, D., Dyer, C., Odegard, P. S., Hall, L., Zierler, B. (2018). Interprofessional team writing to promote dissemination of interprofessional scholarship and education products. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 1-8. 

Wang, X., Steensma, J. T., Bailey, M. H., Feng, Q., Padda, H., & Johnson, K. J. (2018). Characteristics of The Cancer Genome Atlas cases relative to U.S. general population cancer cases. British Journal of Cancer, 119(7), 885-892. 

Cunningham-Williams, R., Wideman, E., Fields, L.N. (2019). PhD Student Development: A Conceptual Model for Research-Intensive Social Work PhD Programs. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 278-293. 

Wong, R., Amano, T., Lin, S. Y., Zhou, Y., & Morrow-Howell, N. (2019). Strategies for the recruitment and retention of racial/ethnic minorities in Alzheimer disease and dementia clinical research. Current Alzheimer Research, 16, 458-471.

*bold text denotes Brown doctoral student.