College of Health Professions


Department of Health Science

Faculty Publications and Research

Andrea Brace, Ph.D., CHES
Brace, A.M., Padilla, H., Wilson, M., DeJoy, D., Vandenberg, R., & Davis, M. (2015).
Applying RE-AIM to the evaluation of FUEL Your Life: A worksite translation of DPP.
Health Promotion Practice, 16(1), 28-35. doi: 10.1177/1524839914539329.

Namageyo-Funa, A., Rimando, M., Brace, A.M., Christiana, R.W., Fowles, T.L.,
Latham-Davis, T., Martinez, L.M., & Sealey, D. (2014). Recruitment in qualitative public
health research: Lessons learned during dissertation sample recruitment. Qualitative
Inquiry, 19, 1-17.

Wilson, M.G., & Brace, A.M. (2013). Weight Management in US Occupational Settings.
In Oxford Bibliographies in Public Health. Ed. David McQueen. New York: Oxford
University Press.

Brace, A. M., Hall, M., & Hunt, B. P. (2008). Social, Economic and Health Costs of
Unintended Teen Pregnancy: The Circle of Care Intervention Program in Troup County,
Georgia. Journal of Georgia Public Health Association, 1(1), 33-46.

Lillian Carter, Ph.D., CHES
Carter, L., Werts, N. (2015). “Intimacy in the Electronic Age.” Journal of Health
Education Teaching Techniques. Volume 2, Number 1.

Blonna, R., Carter, Lillian C. & Levithan, J. (2013) Healthy Sexuality . Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company

Blonna, R., Carter, L. (2013) Co-author of Instructors Manual for Healthy Sexuality (3rd
edition)

Donna Cox, Ph.D.
Cox, D.M. (2013) “Birds on a Wire.” In),” Buchbinder, S.B., Shanks, N.H.. & Buchbinder, D. (Eds) Cases in Health Care Management. Boston, MA: Jones &Bartlett, pp. 231-232.

Kathleen Gould, Ed.D., R.D., L.DN., M.A.
Sadera, W.A.., O’Niel, C.A., & Gould, K. (2013) Pedagogy Associated with
Learning and Online Environments. In C.A. O’Niel, C.A. Fisher, & M. Rietschel
(Eds.), Developing Online Learning Environment in Nursing Education. (3rd ed.)
(pp. 15-28). New York, NY: Singer.

Patrick Herbert, Ph.D., CHES
Sherwood, C., Angermier, L., Herbert, P., & Henry, D (2014). Topics and content in
human sexuality: What are school-based sexuality health educators teaching in the
classroom? Indiana AHPERD Journal.

Hall, C., Herbert, P., & West, J. (2014). Skip-It: Replacing sedentary activities and
unhealthy snacking with physical activity. Journal of Health Education Teaching
Techniques, 1, 13-22.

Herbert, P., Henry, D., Angermier, L., & Sherwood, C. (February 16, 2014). Teacher
and health service staff values and beliefs regarding sexuality education in an urban
school district in Indiana. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 17.

Herbert, P., Lohrmann, D., Seo, D-C, Stright, A, Kolbe, L. (2013). Effectiveness of the
Energize Elementary School Program to Improve Diet and Exercise. Journal of School
Health, 83, 780-786.

Herbert, P. & Lohrmann, D. (2012). Obesity: Implications for Children, Families, and
Schools. The Health Education Monograph Series, (29), 1, 15-21.

Herbert, P. & Lohrmann, D. (2011). Leading by example: Health promotion programs
for school staff. School Business Affairs, 77, 17-19.

Herbert, P. & Lohrmann, D. (2011). It’s all in the delivery! An analysis of instructional
strategies from effective health education curricula. Journal of School Health, 81, 251-
257.

Laurencia Hutton-Rogers, DrPH, CHES
Hossain, M.B., Ahmed, S., & Hutton-Rogers, L. (2014). Does a wife’s education influence
spousal agreement on approval of family planning? A random-effects modeling using
data from two West African countries. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and
Underserved, 25(2) 5662-76. DOI: 10.1353/hpu.2014.0098

Werts, N., Duah, A., Hutton-Rogers, L., Amankwa, D., & Otupiri, E. (2013). Prevalence
and risk factors for hypertension in Adansi South, Ghana: A case for health promotion.
SAGE Open, 3(4). DOI: 10.1177/2158244013515689

Werts, N. & Hutton-Rogers, L. (2013). Barriers to achieving e-health literacy. American
Journal of Health Sciences, 4(3): 115-120.

Werts, N., Hutton-Rogers, L., Agley, D., McSweeney-Feld, MH. (2012). “Enhancing the
Quality of Health Information Online: Recommendations for Health Education
Professionals.” Am J Health Science, 3(3).

Caroline McNicholas, Ph.D.
Orpinas, P. McNicholas, C.I., & Nahapetyan, L. (2014, online first). Gender differences in trajectories of relational aggression perpetration and victimization from middle to high
school. Aggressive Behavior. Doi: 10.1002/AB.21563

Pascoe, J., Specht, S., McNicholas, C.I., Kasten, E., Spears, W., & Looman, W. (2013). Correlates of mothers’ perceptions of their communities’ social capital: A community-based study. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 17(8), 1382-1390.

Spears, W., Pascoe, J., Khamis, H., McNicholas, C.I., Eberhart, G. (2013). Underinsurance in pediatric primary care. Journal of Pediatrics, 162, 403-408.

Orpinas, P., Nahapetyan, L., Song, X., McNicholas, C.I., Reeves, P. (2012). Psychological dating violence perpetration and victimization: Trajectories from middle to high school. Aggressive Behavior, 38, 510-520.

Susan M. Radius, Ph.D., MCHES
Auld, ME, Radius, SM et al. Distinguishing between Health Education and Health Information Dissemination. American Journal of Public Health 101(3): 390-391, 2011.

Radius, SM, Galer-Unti, RA, and Tappe, M. Educating for Advocacy: Recommendations for Professional Preparation and Development Based on a Needs and Capacity Assessment of Health Education Faculty. Health Promotion Practice 10(1): 83-91, 2009.

Deitra Wengert, Ph.D., MCHES
Wengert, D. (2014). Accreditation of Professional Preparation Programs for School Health Educators: The Changing Landscape”. Health Education & Behavior, 41(4), 349-358.



 


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