Our peer-reviewed, evidence-based studies are published regularly in leading scientific and medical journals. A few of our presentations and publications include:
Barbee L, Kobetz E, Menard J, Cook N, Blanco J, Barton B, Auguste P, McKenzie N (2010). Assessing the acceptability of self-sampling for HPV among Haitian immigrant women: CBPR in action. Cancer, Causes, and Control. 21(3):421-31.
Boone-Heinonen J, Tillotson CJ, O'Malley JP, Cottrell EK, Gaudino JA, Amofah A, Rivo ML, Brickman A, Mayer K, McBurnie MA, Gold R, DeVoe JE (2017). Characterizing A "Big Data" Cohort of Over 200,000 Low-Income U.S. Infants and Children for Obesity Research: The ADVANCE Early Life Cohort. Journal of Maternal Child Health Journal. 21(3):421-431.
Carrasquillo O, Seay J, Amofah A, Pierre L, Alonzo Y, McCann S, Gonzalez M, Trevil D, Koru-Sengul T, Kobetz E (2014). HPV Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening Among Ethnic Minority Women in South Florida: A Randomized Trial. Journal of General Internal Medicine. 33(7):1077-1083.
Carrasquillo O, McCann S, Amofah SA, Pierre L, Rodriguez B, Alonzo Y, Ilongovan K, Gonzalez M, Trevil D, Byrne MM, Koru-Sengul T, Kobetz K (2014). Rationale and Design of The Research Project of The South Florida Center for The Reduction of Cancer Health Disparities (SUCCESS): Study Protocol for A Randomized Controlled Trial. Trials. 2014; 15: 299.
Cook N, Turse EP, Garcia AS, Hardigan P, Amofah SA (2016). Hepatitis C Virus Infection Screening Within Community Health Centers. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Medical Association. 2016. 116(1):6-11.
Cook N, Amofah, SA (April 2015). A Randomized Trial of Self-Sampling for Human Papilloma Virus Among Minority Immigrant Women in Need of Cervical Cancer Screening: Findings from the South Florida Center for Reducing Cancer Disparities. Society for General Internal Medicine, Toronto, Canada.
Cook N, Hollar L, Isaac E, Paul L, Amofah A, Shi L (2015). Patient Experience in Health Center Medical Homes. Journal of Community Health. 40(6):1155-64.
Cook N, Kobetz E, Reis I, Fleming L, Loer-Martin D, Amofah SA. (2010). Role of Patient Race/Ethnicity, Insurance and Age on Pap Smear Compliance Across 10 Community Health Centers in Florida. Ethnicity and Disease, Autumn. 20(4):321-6.
DeVoe JE, Gold R, Cottrell E, Bauer V, Brickman A, Puro J, Nelson C, Mayer KH, Sears A, Burdick T, Merrell J, Matthews P, Fields S (2014). The ADVANCE Network: Accelerating Data Value Across A National Community Health Center Network. Journal of American Medical Informatics. 21(4):591-5.
Finkelstein JA, Brickman AL, Capron A, Ford DE, Gombosev A5, Greene SM, Iafrate RP, Kolaczkowski L, Pallin SC, Pletcher MJ, Staman KL, Vazquez MA & Sugarman J (2015). Oversight on The Borderline: Quality Improvement and Pragmatic Research. Clinical Trials. (5):457-66.
Kinsell HS, Hall AG, Harman JS, Tewary S, Brickman A (2017). Impacts of Initial Transformation to A Patient-Centered Medical Home on Diabetes Outcomes in Federally Qualified Health Centers in Florida. Journal of Primary Care & Community Health. 8(4) 192–197.
Kobetz E, Seay J, Amofah A, Pierre L, Bispo JB, Trevil D, Gonzalez M, Poitevien M, Koru-Sengul T, Carrasquillo O (2017). Mailed HPV Self-Sampling for Cervical Cancer Screening Among Underserved Minority Women: Study Protocol for A Randomized Controlled Trial. Trials. 18: 19.
McBurnie M, Laurie M, Erickson K, Mularski RA, Brickman A, Gillespie S, Dant L, Walsh J, DeVoe JE (2015, May). Using EHR Data to Characterize Safety-Net Patients Diagnosed with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency and Improve Screening Efficiency. American Journal of Respiratory Critical Care Medicine. American Thoracic Society, Denver, Co.
Moskow JM, Cook N, Champion-Lippmann C, Amofah SA, Garcia AS (2016). Identifying Opportunities in EHR To Improve the Quality of Antibiotic Allergy Data. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 23(e1): e108-12.
Moskow JM, Cook N, Champion-Lippmann C, Amofah SA, Garcia AS (2015). Identifying Opportunities in EHR To Improve the Quality of Antibiotic Allergy Data. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association. 23(e1): e108-12.
Nichols GA, McBurnie M, Paul L, Potter JE, McCann S, Mayer K, Melgar G, D'Amato S, DeVoe JE (2016). The High Prevalence of Diabetes in A Large Cohort of Patients Drawn from Safety Net Clinics. Preventing Chronic Disease. 13:160056.
Page TF, Amofah SA, McCann S, Rivo J, Varghese A, James T, Rivo M, Williams ML (2015). Care Management Medical Home Center Model: Preliminary Results of a Patient Centered Approach to Improving Care for Diabetic Patients. Journal of Health Promotion Practice. 16(4):609-16.
Rivo J, Page TF, Arrieta A, Amofah SA, McCann S, Kassaye H, Rodriguez A, Williams ML (2015). The Impact of Comprehensive Pre-Visit Preparation on Patient Engagement and Quality of Care in A Population of Underserved Patients with Diabetes: Evidence from The Care Management Medical Home Center Model. Population Health Management. 19(3):171-7.
Schaefer-Solle N, Sussman DA, Koru-Sengul T, Seay J, Baeker-Bispo, J, Kobetz, E (2017). Feasibility of Fecal Immunochemical Testing (FIT) Among Hispanic And Haitian Immigrants Living in South Florida. Journal of American Medical Association: Internal Medicine. 177(3): 428-30.
Seay JS, Carrasquillo O, Campos NG, McCann S, Amofah A, Pierre L, Kobetz E (2015). Cancer Screening Utilization Among Immigrant Women in Miami, Florida. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, Supplement. 9:11-20.
Shenkman E, Hurt M, Hogan W, Carrasquillo O, Smith S, Brickman A, Nelson D (2017). Oneflorida Clinical Research Consortium: Linking A Clinical and Translational Science Institute with A Community-Based Distributive Medical Education Model. Academic Medicine. 93(3):451-455.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (2017). Health IT Workforce Training Program: Success Story. Health IT Training to Enhance Population Health in Underserved Communities.
The International Early Lung Cancer Action Program Investigators (2006). Survival of Patients with Stage I Lung Cancer Detected in CT Screening. New England Journal of Medicine. 355:1763-1771.
US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (2002). Evidence Report & Evidence Based Recommendations: Cancer Prevention and Treatment Demonstration for Ethnic and Racial Minorities [White Paper].
Cook N, PHD, MPA, Hollar TL, PhD, James T, MSW, Paul L, MPH, Dulis J, Hines E, MPH, CHC, CCHW, (November 2019) Effectiveness of a community-based cervical and breast cancer screening program to reduce health inequities.
Cook N, Amofah, SA (November 2014). Evaluating Patients' Willingness to Utilize Health Information Technology (HIT): Use of Patient Portals in Underserved Communities. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, New Orleans, LA.
Hollar TL, Cook N, Paul L, Dulis J, Brewton T, Exume L, Brickman A, James T (August 2018). Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program: Evaluating a Community-Based Initiative to Educate and Screen Underserved Women for Breast and Cervical Cancer. National Association Community Health Centers Community Health Institute, Orlando, FL.
Lucas T, PhD, Cook N, PhD, MPA, Paul L, MPH, Dulis J, Hines E, MPH, CHC, CWP, CCHW, Brickman A, James T, MSW (November 2019). A qualitative evaluation of the Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program, a community-based cervical and breast cancer screening program to reduce health inequities.
Rodriguez B, Carrasquillo O, Kobetz E, McCann S (October 2012). Assessing Promotoras As an Intervention to Increase Cervical Cancer Screening in A Community-Based Participatory Randomized Control Trial with Latinas In Urban South Florida. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Francisco, CA.
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