Student Articles in Press

Arcaya M, de Souza Briggs X. Despite Obstacles, Considerable Potential Exists For More Robust Federal Policy On Community Development And Health. Health Affairs. 2011, 30(11):2064-2071

Capistrant BD, Moon JR, Glymour MM. Spousal Caregiving and Incident Hypertension. American Journal of Hypertension (in press)

Falbe JF, Kenney EL, Henderson KE, Schwartz MB. The Wellness Child Care Assessment Tool: a measure to assess the quality of written nutrition and physical activity policies. J Am Diet Assoc. 2011;111:1852-1860

Hernandez A, Zule W, Karg R, Browne F, Wechsberg WM. Factors that Influence HIV risk among Hispanic Female Immigrants and their Implications for HIV Prevention Interventions. International Journal of Family Medicine (in press)

Johnson JE, Carney T, Kline T, Browne FA, Wechsberg WM. Incarceration history relative to health, substance use, and violence in a sample of vulnerable South African women: Implications for health services in criminal justice settings. Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation (in press)

Kenney EL, Henderson KE, Humpries D, Schwartz MB. Practice-based research to engage teachers and improve nutrition in the preschool setting. Child Obes, 2011;7(6):475-479

Nguyen T, Hawkins, S. Current state of US breastfeeding laws. Maternal & Child Nutrition (in press)

Nishi A, Kawachi I, Shirai K, Hirai H, Jeong S, Kondo K. Sex/gender and socioeconomic differences in the predictive ability of self-rated health for mortality. PLoS ONE (in press)

O’Donnell J, Weitz TA, Freedman LR. Resistance and vulnerability to stigmatization in abortion work. Social Science and Medicine. 2011;73(9):1357-64

Reisner SL, Mimiaga MJ, Bland S, Driscoll MA, Cranston K, Isenberg D, Mayer KH. Pathways to embodiment of HIV risk: Black men who have sex with transgender partners, Boston, Massachusetts. AIDS Education and Prevention (in press)

Wechsberg WM, Krupitsky E, Romanova T, Zvartau E, Kline T, Browne F, Middlesteadt Ellerson R, Bobashev G, Zule W, Jones HE. Double jeopardy-drug and sex risks among Russian women who inject drugs: Initial feasibility and efficacy results of a small randomized controlled trial.Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy (in press)