1.   Oliver-Smith A, Goldman R.  Planning goals and urban realities: post-disaster reconstruction in a third world city.  City & Society 1988;2(2)

2.   Goldman R, Dubé C, Monroe A.  A conceptual framework for the teaching of a culturally responsive approach in addressing alcohol and other drug problems in the primary care setting.  Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education 1994;1(2):16.

3.   Goldman R, Monroe A, Dubé C.  Cultural self-awareness: a component of culturally responsive patient care.  Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education 1996;3(1):37-46.

4.   Beeker C, Kraft J, Goldman R.  Community-based strategies to promote colorectal cancer screening in African Americans: Lessons learned from other health problems.  Journal of Psychosocial Oncology 2001;19(3/4):113-132.

5.   Goldman R.  Communication across contextual fields: A framework for culturally responsive care.  Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education 2002;8(1):55-56.

6.   Sorensen G, Emmons K, Hunt MK, Barbeau E, Goldman R, Peterson K, Kuntz K, Stoddard A, Berkman L.  Model for incorporating the social context in health behavior interventions:  Applications for cancer prevention for working-class, multi-ethnic populations.  Preventive Medicine 2003;37(3):188-197.

7.   Goldman R, Hunt MK, Dacey-Allen J, Hauser S, Emmons K, Maeda M, Sorensen G.  The Life History Interview Method: Applications to Intervention Development.  Health Education and Behavior 2003;30(5);564-581.

8.   Gans K, Kumanyika S, Lovell J, Risica P, Goldman R, et al.  The development of SisterTalk: A cable-TV delivered weight control program for black women.  Preventive Medicine 2003;37(6):654-667.

9.  Hunt MK, Stoddard A, Barbeau E, Goldman R, Wallace L, Gutheil C, Sorensen G.  Cancer prevention in working class, multiethnic populations through small businesses: The Healthy Directions Study.  Cancer Causes and Control 2003;14(8):749-60.

10. Goldman R.  Promoting a culturally engaged approach to maternal/child health care. Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education, 2003;9(2):101-105.

11.  David S, Taylor J, Monroe A, Goldman R, et al.  Evaluation of an educational intervention to promote competency in social and community determinants of health for medical students.  Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education 2004;10:68-73.

12.  Goldman R, Risica P.  Perceptions of breast and cervical cancer risk and screening among Dominicans and Puerto Ricans in Rhode Island.  Ethnicity and Disease 2004;14;32-42.

13.  Borkan JM, Zarcadoolas C, Pleasant A, Goldman R, Thomas M, Bell J, Scott HD.  The view from the trenches: Primary care practitioners’ views of family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics.  Medicine and Health/Rhode Island 2004;87:347-349.

14.  Barbeau E, Goldman R, Roelofs C, Sorensen G.  A New Channel for Health Promotion: Building Trades Unions.  American Journal of Health Promotion 2005;19:297-303.

15.  Goldman RG, Parker D, Eaton C, Borkan J, Cover R, Ahern D. Patients’ perceptions of cholesterol and cardiovascular disease risk.  Annals of Family Medicine 2006;4:205-212.

16. Goldman RG, Barbeau E, Hunt MK, Acevedo-Garcia D, Gagne J, Emmons K, Sorensen G.  Perceptions of Health Promotion and Cancer Prevention among Working-Class Adults.  Health Education and Behavior 2008;35(6):777-90. Epub 2006 Aug 30.

17. David SP, Eaton CB, Culpepper L, Goldman RE, Lavallee LK, Simmons EM.  Building a successful research enterprise in family medicine: the Brown experience.
Med Health R I 2006 Aug;89(8):281-4.

18.  Hunt MK, Barbeau E, Lederman R, Stoddard A, Chetkovitch C, Goldman R, Wallace L, Sorensen G.  Process evaluation results from the Healthy Directions-Small Business Study.  Health, Education and Behavior 2007;34:90-108.

19. Sorensen G, Barbeau E, Stoddard A, Hunt MK, Goldman R, Smith A, Brennan A.  Tools for Health: The efficacy of a tailored intervention targeted for construction laborers.  Cancer Causes and Control 2007;18:51-59.

20. Smith S, Goldman R, Dollase R.  Assessing medical students in nontraditional competencies.  Medical Teacher 2007 Sep;29(7):711-6.

21. Allen JD, Shelton R, Harden E, Goldman R.  Follow-up of abnormal screening mammograms among low-income, ethnically diverse women: Findings from a qualitative study.  Patient Education and Counseling 2008; 72(2):283-92.

22. Parker DR, Gramling R., Goldman RE, Eaton CB, Ahern D, Cover RT, M.A., Borkan J. Physicians’ perceptions of barriers and facilitators regarding adoption of the National Cholesterol Education Program Guidelines. Preventive Cardiology 2008 Winter;11(1):29-35.

23. Goldman R, Sanchez-Hernandez M, Ross-Degnan D, Piette JD, Trinacty CM, Simon S.  Developing an automated telephone diabetes intervention for health plan members.  International Journal for Quality in Health Care 2008; 20(4):264-70.

24. Diaz JA, Roberts MB, Goldman RE, Weitzen S, Eaton CB.  Effect of language on colorectal cancer screening among Latinos and non-Latinos.  Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 2008;17(8):2169-73.

25. Parker D, Goldman, R, Eaton C.  A Qualitative study of individuals at-risk or who have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: What do they understand about their disease?Lung 2008 Sep-Oct;186(5):313-6. Epub 2008 May 8.

26. Goldman R, Kingdon C, Wasser J, Clark M, Goldberg R, Papandonatos G, Hawrot E, Koren G.  Rhode Islanders’ attitudes toward the development of a state-wide genetic biobank.  Personalized Medicine 2008;5(4):339-359.

27. Borkan J, Culhane-Pera K, Goldman R.  Integrating culture and ethnicity into a framework for quality healthcare: Towards culturally competent healthcare in culturally diverse Rhode Island.  Medicine and Health Rhode Island, Special Issue on Anthropological Perspectives on Medicine 2008;91(12):361-364.

28.  Eaton C, Parker D, Goldman R, Ahern D. Using eHealth to improve cholesterol management in primary care practice.  The Journal of Medical Practice Management.2009;24(4):224-230.

29. Goldman R, Sullivan A, Back A, Alexander S, Matsuyama R, Lee S.  Patients’ reflections on communication in the second-opinion hematology-oncology consultation.  Patient Education and Counseling. 2009;76(1):44-50.

30. Shelton RC, Puleo E, Bennett GG, McNeill LH, Goldman R, Emmons KM. Racial Discrimination and Physical Activity among Low-income Housing Residents.  In press, American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2009 Dec;37(6):541-5.PMID: 19944922

31. Goldman RE, Diaz JA, Ivone K.  Perspectives of colorectal cancer risk and screening among Dominicans and Puerto Ricans: Stigma and misperceptions.  Qualitative Health Research 2009;19(11):1559-1568.

32. Goldman RE, Soran CS, Hayward GL, Simon SR. Physicians’ perceptions of laboratory monitoring in clinical practice.  Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2010 Dec;16(6):1136-1141.PMID: 21176004

33. Diaz J, Goldman R, Arellano N, Borkan J, Eaton C. Exploration of colorectal cancer risk perception among Latinos. J Immigr Minor Health. 2010 Jan 9 E-pub ahead of print.  PMID: 20063065

34. Goldman RE, Dube C, Lapane KL.  Beyond the basics: Refills by electronic prescribing, Int. J. Med. Inform. 2010 Jul;79(7):507-14.

35. Alexander SC, Sullivan AM, Back AL, Tulsky JA, Goldman RE, Block SD, Stewart SK, Wilson-Genderson M, Lee SJ. Information giving and receiving in hematological malignancy consultations. Psyhco-Oncology, 2011 Feb 4. doi: 10.1002/pon.1891. [Epub ahead of print]  PMID:  21294221.

36.  Shield RR, Goldman RE, Anthony DA, Wang N, Doyle RJ, Borkan J.  Gradual Electronic Health Record Implementation: New Insights on Physician and Patient Adaptation.  Annals of Family Medicine 2010;8:316-326.

37. McDonald J, Goldman R, O’Brien A, Ayash C, Mitchell K, Marshall R, Simon S, Taveras E. Health Information Technology to Guide Pediatric Obesity Management. Clinical Pediatrics; 2011; 50: 543.

38.  Nothnagle M, Goldman R, Quirk M, Reis S.  Promoting Self-Directed Learning Skills in Residency: A Case Study in Program Development.  Academic Medicine. 2010;85(12):1874-9.

39. Hume A, Quilliam B, Goldman RE, Eaton C, Lapane K.  Alternatives to Potentially Inappropriate Medications For Use in e-Prescribing Software: Triggers and Treatment Algorithms. BMJ Quality & Safety, In Press 2011.

40. Diaz J, Goldman R, Arellano N, Borkan J, Eaton C. Brief Report: Exploration of colorectal cancer risk perceptions among Latinos. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.2011 Feb;13(1):188-92.

41. Loberiza Jr FR, Swore-Flecther BA, Block SD,Back AL , Goldman RE, Tulsky JA, Lee SJ.  Coping Styles, Health Status and Advance Care Planning in Patients with Hematologic Malignancies.  Leukemia & Lymphoma, 2011 Dec;52(12):2342-8. Epub 2011 Aug 18.  

42. Eaton C, Parker D, Borkan J, McMurray J, Roberts M, Lu B, Goldman R, Ahern D. Translating cholesterol guidelines into primary care practice: A multimodal clustered randomized trial. Ann Fam Med, 2011;9:528-537.

43. Nothnagle M. Anandarajah G, Goldman R, Reis S.  Struggling to be self-directed: Residents’paradoxical beliefs about learning.  Academic Medicine, 2011 Dec;86(12):1539-1544.  

44. Shelton RC, Goldman RE, Emmons KM, Sorensen G, Allen JD.  An investigation into the social context of low-income, urban Black and Latina women: implications for adherence to recommended health behaviors.  Health Educ Behav. 2011 Oct;38(5):471-81. Epub 2011 Aug 19.  

45.  McDonald J, Goldman RE, O’Brien A, Ayash C, Mitchell K, Marshall R, Simon SR, Taveras EM.  Health information technology to guide pediatric obesity management.  Clin Pediatr (Phila). 2011 Jun;50(6):543-9.  

46.  Goldman RE, Simon S.  Treating hypertension and hyperlipidemia in an emerging accountable care organization: Understanding physicians’ perspectives.  International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine, 2012; 3(2):352-360.

47.  Goldman RE, Quilliam B, Lapane K.  Talking about medicines: Older adults’ perceptions of communication with their physicians.  International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine, Sept 2012;2(3):352-360.

48.  Shelton RC, Goldman RE, Emmons KM, Sorensen G, Allen JD.  An investigation into the social context of low-income, urban Black and Latina women: implications for adherence to recommended health behaviors.  Health Educ Behav. 2011 Oct;38(5):471-81.

49.  Doyle R, Wang N, Anthony D, Borkan J, Shield RR, Goldman RE.  Computers in the examination room and the electronic health record: physicians’ perceived impact on clinical encounters before and after full installation and implementation.  Family Practice.  Oct 2012;29(5):601-8. Epub 2012 Feb 29.

50.  Quilliam B, Goldman RE, Lapane K.  Medication management beliefs and practices of low income older adults from diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds.  International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine, In Press 2012.

51.  Haines J, O’Brien A, McDonald J, Goldman RE, Evans-Schmidt M, Price S, King S, Sherry B, Taveras E.  Television viewing and televisions in bedrooms:  Perceptions of racial/ethnic minority parents of young children.  J Child Fam Stud, In Press 2012.

52. Alexander SC, Sullivan AM, Back AL, Tulsky JA, Goldman RE, Block SD, Stewart SK, Wilson-Genderson M, Lee SJ.  Psychooncology. 2012 Mar;21(3):297-306. E-Publication ahead of print, Feb 4, 2011.

53. Lapane K, Goldman RE, Quilliam B, Hume A, Eaton C, Zayas-Cabán T.  Tailored DVDs:  A novel strategy for educating racially and ethnically diverse older adults about their medicines.  International Journal of Medical Informatics, 2012; Dec;81(12):852-60.

54.  Diaz JA, Roberts MB, Clarke JG, Simmons EM, Goldman RE, Rakowski W. Colorectal Cancer Screening: Language is a Greater Barrier for Latino Men than Latino Women. J Immigr Minor Health. 2012 Jun 30. [Epub ahead of print]

55. Block JP, Gillman MW, Linakis SK, Goldman RE. “If it tastes good, I’m drinking it”: Qualitative Study of Beverage Consumption among College Students.  J Adolesc Health.  In Press.