Resources

Publications and Presentations

Vision

Publications:
LJ Kopplin, SL Mansberger. Predictive Value of Screening Tests for Visually Significant Eye Disease. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 160(3):538-546, 2015.

Sheppler CR, Lambert WE, Gardiner SK, Becker TM, Mansberger SL. Predicting adherence to diabetic eye examinations: development of the Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey. Ophthalmology, 121(6), 1212-1219, 2014.

Mansberger SL, Gleitsmann K, Gardiner SK, Sheppler CR, Demirel S, Wooten K, Becker TM. Comparing the effectiveness of telemedicine and traditional surveillance in providing diabetic retinopathy screening examinations: a randomized controlled trial. Telemedicine and e-Health, 19(12), 942-948, 2013.

McClure TM, Choi D, Wooten K, Nield C, Becker TM, and Mansberger SL. The Impact of Eyeglasses on Vision-related Quality of Life in American Indian/Alaska Native. American Journal of Ophthalmology. 2011:151(1)175-182 e2. PMC3003763.

McClure TM, Dongseok C, Becker TM, Cioffi GA, Mansberger SL. The Effect of Visual Impairment on Vision-related Quality of Life in American Indian/Alaska Native. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 128-135(16):2 2009. PMID 19353401.

Torres R.J., Patterson E., Edmunds B., Becker T., Cioffi G.A., Mansberger S.L. Central Corneal Thickness in Northwestern American/Alaskan Natives and Comparison to White and African Americans. American Journal of Ophthalmology. 2008 Jul 29. PMC2586824.

Mansberger S. L., Romero F. T., Smith N. H., Johnson C. A., Cioffi G. A., Edmonds B., Choi D., Becker T. M. Causes of Visual Impairment and Common Eye Problems in Northwest American Indians and Alaska Natives. Am J Public Health. May 2005; 95 (5): 881-886.

Presentations:
Mansberger, S.L. Long-term comparative effectiveness of telemedicine to detect diabetic retinopathy. Telehealth Alliance of Oregon Annual Meeting, Springfield, Oregon, April 2013.

Sheppler, C.R., & Mansberger, S.L. Qualitative analysis of implementing a telemedicine program to provide annual diabetic retinopathy screening exams at an internal medicine clinic: Benefits, barriers, and future directions. Telehealth Alliance of Oregon Annual Meeting, Springfield, Oregon, April 2013.

Mansberger SL, Gardiner SK, Demirel S, Becker TM. Long-term comparative effectiveness of telemedicine to detect diabetic retinopathy. Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR. October 14-15, 2013.

Mansberger S.L., Gardiner S.K, Demire, S., & Becker T.M. (May 2013). Long-term comparative effectiveness of telemedicine to detect diabetic retinopathy. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Seattle, Washington, May 2013.

Mansberger S.L., Sheppler C.R., VanAlstine C.L., Gardiner S.K., Wooten K., Becker T.M. The Long-Term Comparative Effectiveness of Telemedicine to Detect Diabetic Retinopathy. American Public Health Association 140th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October 27-31, 2012.

Sheppler C.R., Mansberge, S.L., & VanAlstine C.L. Demographic and Health Belief Variables Associated with Adherence to Annual Diabetic Eye Exams. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October 27-31, 2012.

Becker TM., Mansberger SL., Gleitsmann KG., Gardiner SK., Sheppler CR., and Moore DJ. The Comparative Effectiveness of Telemedicine to Detect Diabetic Retinopathy in American Indians and Alaska Natives. 2012 Advancing Native Health and Wellness Conference. Anchorage, Alaska. July 31-Aug. 5, 2012.

Mansberger S.L., Sheppler C.R., VanAlstine C.L., & Becker T.M. Using Telemedicine to Screen for Diabetic Retinopathy in Primary Care Clinics. Native Health Research Conference, Seattle, Washington. July 2012.

Zaback T., Lambert W.E., Dignan M., Mansberger S.L., & Becker T.M. Summative Evaluation of a Tribal Telemedicine Project. American Public Health Association 140th Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October 27-31, 2012.

VanAlstine C.L., Kymes S.M., Stwalley D., Sheppler C.R. & Mansberger S.L. Cost-Effectiveness of Telemedicine Screening for Diabetic Retinopathy. OHSU Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 2012.

Sheppler C.R., Lambert W.E., VanAlstine C.L., & Mansberger S.L. Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey (CADEES): Preliminary Results. OHSU Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 2012.

Zaback T., Lambert W.E., Dignan M.D., Mansberger S.M., and Becker T.M. Summative Evaluation of a Tribal Telemedicine Project. OHSU Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 2012.

VanAlstine CL, Kymes SM, Stwalley D, Sheppler CR, Mansberger SL. Cost-Effectiveness of Telemedicine for Diabetic Retinopathy. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) Conference. Ft. Lauderdale, FL. May 2012.

Sheppler C.R., Lambert W.E., VanAlstine C.L., & Mansberger S.L. Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey (CADEES): Preliminary Results. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, ARVO. Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 2012.

Takusagawa H.L., Sheppler C.R., VanAlstine C.L., Gardiner S.K., & Mansberger S.L. Prevalence of Glaucomatous Optic Neuropathy in a Telemedicine Population. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, May 2012.

Mansberger SL, Sheppler CR, Lambert WE, Lapidus J, Gardiner SK, Becker TM. Validity of the Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey (CADEES). Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA. April 2012.

Ross D, Albert S, Keyserling T, Mansberger S, Ravenell J. Comparative effectiveness research in public health: Results from four Recovery Act-funded projects. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, October 27-31, 2012.

Mansberger SL., Sheppler CR., Moore DJ., Becker TM. Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey: Pilot Study Results. OPHA, Corvallis, OR., Oct. 10, 2011.

Gleitsmann K, Mansberger S, Sheppler C, Moses D, and Becker TM. Using telemedicine to monitor diabetic retinopathy in an underserved population. CDC Prevention Research Center Conference, Atlanta, GA. April 2011.

Becker TM, Mansberger SL, et al. Using telemedicine to detect diabetic retinopathy in American Indian/Alaska Natives and other ethnicities. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Denver, CO. Nov. 2010.

Sheppler C, et al. Compliance with Annual Diabetic Eye Exams Survey: Pilot study results. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR. Oct. 2010.

Zaback T, et al. Using Telemedicine to detect Diabetic Retinopathy in AI/AN and other Ethnicities. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR. Oct. 2010.

Mansberger SL, Becker TM. Using Telemedicine to detect Diabetic Retinopathy in AI/AN and other Ethnicities. PRIDoC. Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. August 28, 2010.

Mansberger SL. Telemedicine to detect Diabetic Retinopathy in American Indian/Alaska Natives and Other Ethnicities. SOPHE/PRC Meeting, Atlanta, GA. April 7-9, 2010.

Mansberger SL et al. Proportion of Progression of Diabetic Eye Disease in Patients Monitored With a Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera. ARVO. Fort Lauderdale, FL. May 2-6, 2010.

Mansberger SL. Telemedicine to Detect Diabetic Retinopathy in AI/AN and Other Ethnicities. Western Regional Conference, Carmel, CA. January 27-29, 2010.

Mansberger SL. Causes of Visual Impairment and Common Eye Problems in Northwest American Indian and Alaska Native. Native Health Research Conference. Portland, OR. August 2008.

McClure T.M., Swanson I.L., Becker T.M., Coleman A.L., Cioffi G.A., Mansberger S.L. Changes in Vision-Related quality of Life in Native American/Alaska Native Populations After Best-Correction. ARVO. May 2007.

McClure T.M.; Mansberger S.L. The Effect of Visual Impairment on Vision-Related Quality of Life in American Indian/Alaska Native Populations. ARVO. May 2006.

Mansberger S.L., Cioffi GA, Choi D, Johnson CA. Screening Tests for Visually Significant Eye Diseases in American Indian/Alaska Native Participants. ARVO. May 2006.

Mansberger S.L. Romero FC, Smith NH, Johnson CA, Cioffi GA, Edmunds B, Choi D, Becker T. Causes of Visual Impairment and Common Eye Problems in Northwest American Indian/Alaskan Natives. National Institutes of Health. Native American Research Center for Health. November 2005.

Mansberger S.L. Romero FC, Smith NH, Johnson CA, Cioffi GA, Edmunds B, Choi D, Becker T. Causes of Visual Impairment and Common Eye Problems in Northwest American Indian/Alaskan Natives. American Glaucoma Society. March 2005.

Hearing

Publications:
Martin WH, Griest SE, Sobel JL, Howarth LC. Randomized trial of four noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention interventions for children. International Journal of Audiology, 52(S1): S41-S49, February 2013.

Martin W.H. NIHL and tinnitus: Stop it before it starts! Audiology Today, July/August 2012 Vol. 24 Issue 4, p46.

Becker TM, Martin WH, Lambert WE, Griest, SE, Sobel JL. Community-based noise-induced hearing loss prevention for Tribal children. J Epidemiology Community Health, Vol 65, Suppl 1, p.A176, August 2011.

Martin WH, Lambert WE, et al. Hearing health in Northwest American Indian Communities. (Abstract) J Invest Medicine, 58(1):116, 2009.

Martin W.H. Dangerous Decibels®: Partnership for preventing noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus in children. Seminars in Hearing.2008; 1 (29): 102-110.

Griest S.E., Folmer R.L., and Martin W.H. Effectiveness of Dangerous Decibels, a school-based hearing loss prevention program. American Journal of Audiology.2007; 16 (2): S165-181 [PMID: 18056870].

Folmer R.L., Martin W.H. Dangerous Decibels: Teaching children to prevent noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus. Hearing Health. 2006; 22 (3):14-18.

Martin W.H., Sobel J.L., Griest S.E., Howarth L., Shi Y-B. Noise induced hearing loss in children: Preventing the silent epidemic. J. Otology.2006; 1 (1): 11-21.

Presentations:
Lambert WE, Griest SE, Sobel JL, Howarth LC, Vann G, Zaback T, Becker TM, Sahme C, Kosey S, Matthew C, Martin WH. Risk factors for noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus in rural Oregon tribal communities. Oregon Public Health Association, Corvallis, OR. October 14-15, 2013.

Lambert WE, Martin WH, Griest S, Sobel J, Howarth L, Vann G, Sahme C, Kosey S, Matthew C, Zaback T, Becker TM. A multicomponent intervention for noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention applied in three models of American Indian communities. 141st APHA Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 2-6, 2013.

Meinke, D.K Preventing noise-induced hearing loss in “kids” of all ages. Emerging Issues in Occupational Safety and Health. Birmingham, AL, April 2013.

Meinke, D.K., Martin, W.H., Murphy, W.J., Flamme, G.A. DiscovEAR hearing loss prevention; strategies, interventions and hearing protector fit-testing. the Audiology Now! 2013 Annual Conference of the American Academy of Audiology. Anaheim, CA, April 2013.

Griest SE. Tinnitus. Governor’s conference on Occupational Safety and Health, Portland, OR, March 2013.

Martin WH. Dangerous Decibels. 5th International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health – Strong communities, Healthy Children. Portland, OR, April 2013.

Zaback, T. Partnering with Tribal Communities, Perspective from the Oregon Prevention Research Center. Oregon Epi Conference. Bend, OR, May 2013.

Vann G. Community-Based Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Prevention Program In Native American Communities Of Oregon. OHSU Research Week, Portland, OR. May 2013.

Griest S, Lambert W, Martin W, Sobel J. Involving Tribal Communities in Educational Interventions for the Prevention of Noise-induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in School Children. 5th International Meeting on Indigenous Child Health – Strong communities, Healthy Children. Portland, OR. April 2013.

Howarth LC and Griest SE. Dangerous Decibels: A public health campaign. Oregon Speech and Hearing Association. Portland, OR, Oct. 13, 2012.

Howarth LC and Griest, SE. Dangerous Decibels: a public health campaign Oregon Speech and Hearing Association Portland, OR., Oct. 13, 2012.

Howarth LC. Dangerous Decibels: a public health campaign Wisconsin Speech and Language Association Green Lake, WI., Sept. 29, 2012.

Becker TM, Lambert WE, Martin WH, Howarth LC, Sahme C, and Griest S. Listen for Life: Protect your ears! Turn it down! Walk away! Advancing Native Health and Wellness Conference, Anchorage, Alaska July 31-Aug. 5, 2012.

Martin W.H. The problem of noise induced hearing loss in children.11th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness/6th NUH-NUS ENT Head Neck Surgery Conference, Singapore, July 28, 2012.

Martin W.H. Personal music systems: Who is listening, how loud and how long? 11th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness/6th NUH-NUS ENT Head Neck Surgery Conference, Singapore, July 28, 2012.

Martin W.H. Dangerous Decibels: Establishing a national noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention program. 11th Asia Pacific Congress on Deafness/6th NUH-NUS ENT Head Neck Surgery Conference, Singapore, July 28, 2012.

Martin W.H. Effectiveness of a multi- component, community-based noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention interventions in an Oregon American Indian community. OHSU Research Week. Portland, OR. May 8, 2012.

Becker TM., Martin WH., Sobel JL., Griest SE., Howarth LC., Zaback T, Lambert WE. Effectiveness of a multi-component, community-based noise-induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention intervention in elementary school children in an Oregon American Indian community. International Conference to Advance Population Health Intervention Research. Montreal, Quebec Canada, March 27, 2012.

Vann G.J., Martin H.W., Howarth L.C., Griest S., Lambert W. E., Becker TM, Sobe, J., Martin G.Y., Effectiveness of a multi-component, community based NIHL and Tinnitus prevention intervention in elementary school children on an Oregon Indian Reservation. Presented at the 2012 Academy Research Conference, AudiologyNOW!, Boston, MA. March 28th, 2012.

Becker TM, Martin WH, Lambert WE, Griest SE, Sobel JL. Community-based noise-induced hearing loss prevention for Tribal children. IEA World Congress of Epidemiology, Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 7, 2011.

Martin W.H., Meinke D., Howarth L.C., Griest S.E., Sobel J. Dangerous Decibels Educator Training Workshop, Orlando, FL. February 2010.

Lambert W.E. Hearing Health in Northwest American Indian Communities. SOPHE/PRC Meeting, Atlanta, GA. Aril 7-9. 2010.

Lambert W.E et al. Hearing Health in Northwest American Indian Communities. Western Regional, Carmel, CA. January 27-29, 2010.

Martin W.H., Meinke D., Howarth,L.C., Griest S.E., Sobel J. Dangerous Decibels Educator Training Workshop, Portland, OR. August 2009.

Martin W.H., Meinke D., Howarth L.C., Griest S.E., Sobel J. Dangerous Decibels Educator Training Workshop, Honolulu, HI. February 2009.

Becker T.M. Griest S.E., Howarth L.C., Lambert W., Griest S.E., Martin, W.H. Risk Factors for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Rural and Urban NW American Indians and Alaska Natives. National Hearing Conservation Association Conference, Savannah, GA February, 2009.

Martin W.H. Prevention of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Tinnitus in Northwest American Indian Communities. Native Health Research Conference. Portland, OR, August 2008.

Martin W.H., Meinke D.K., Griest S.E., Howarth L., Sobel J.L. and Scarlotta T. Dangerous Decibels I: Noise induced hearing loss and tinnitus prevention in children. Noise exposures, epidemiology, detection interventions and resources. 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Mystic, Connecticut, July, 2008.

Martin W.H., Meinke D.K., Sobel J.L., Griest S.E., and Howarth L. Dangerous Decibels II: Critical components for an effective educational program and special considerations for hearing loss prevention devices for children. 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Mystic, Connecticut, July, 2008.

Martin W.H. and Martin G.Y. How loud is your music? Beliefs and practices regarding use of personal stereo systems. 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Mystic, Connecticut, July, 2008.

Martin W.H., Griest S.E., Sobel J.L. Changing knowledge, attitudes and intended behaviors regarding sound exposure in high school students: A challenging target group. 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Mystic, Connecticut, July, 2008.

Martin W.H. and Martin G.Y. Meet Jolene: An inexpensive device for doing public health research and education on personal stereo systems. 9th International Congress on Noise as a Public Health Problem, Mystic, Connecticut, July, 2008.

Martin W.H., Meinke D.K., Madison T.K. Dangerous Decibels® educational program and hearing protection options for kids. Hearing Conservation Conference of the National Hearing Conservation Association. Portland, OR. February, 2008.

Martin W.H., Meinke D., Howarth L., and Sobel J. Dangerous Decibels® Educator Training Manual. Copyright ©2007, Oregon Health & Science University.

Adolescent Sexual Health

Publications:
Gardner, W. and Craig Rushing, S. Native VOICES: Developing an Evidence-Based HIV/STD Intervention for Native Teens and Young Adults. IHS Primary Care Provider, 38(4), 2013.

Craig Rushing, S., & Stephens, D. Tribal recommendations for designing culturally appropriate technology-based sexual health interventions targeting Native youth in the Pacific Northwest. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 19(1), 76-101. doi: 10.5820/aian.1901.2012.76, 2012.

Becker T.M., Espey D.K., Lawson H.W., Saraiya M., Jim M.A., Waxman A.G. Regional Differences in Cervical Cancer Incidence Among American Indians and Alaska Natives, 1999-2004. Cancer.2008; 113 (5): 1234-1243.

Presentations:
Zaback T, Lambert WE, Craig-Rushing S, Singer M, Thomas AM, Norton, W, Becker TM. Native STAND Dissemination, Implementation, and Evaluation Project. National Health Outreach Conference, Atlanta, GA, May 2015.

Lambert WE, Craig-Rushing S, Hildebrandt N, Grimes C, Marre E, Zaback T, Becker TM. Implementation of Native STAND to Reduce Risky Behaviors in American Indian Teens. American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2014.

Gardner W, Craig Rushing S. Native Voices: Adapting And Evaluating A Video-Based HIV/STD Intervention For Native (AI/AN) Teens And Young Adults. OHSU Research Week. May 2013, Portland, OR.

Gardner, Wendee. Native VOICES: Adapting and evaluating a video-based HIV/STD intervention for Native (AI/AN) teens and young adults in the Pacific Northwest. APHA, Washington, DC, Oct. 30, 2011.

Lambert WE, Hildebrandt N, et al. Using Film-making to Engage Native American Youth in Reproductive Health Improvement. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR. Oct. 2010.

Public Health Professional Development

Publications:
Zaback T, Becker TM, Dignan MB, Lambert WE. A Summer Research Training Institute for American Indian and Alaska Native Health Professionals. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 2010, 34(3)93-106.

Becker T M, Dunn E, Tom-Orme L, Joe J R. Cancer Control Research Training for Native Researchers: A Model for Development of Additional Native Researcher Training Programs.Am Indian Q.April 2005; 29 (2): 75-83.

Presentations:
Becker TM, Zaback T, Firemoon T, Thomas AM. Northwest NARCH Program Update. SACNAS National Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 2014.

Zaback T, Becker TM, Kennedy JRB. Accomplishments of a Decade-long Training Support Program for American Indian and Alaska Native Health Researcher. American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA, November 2014.

Environmental Health

Publications:
Siu VW-Y, Lambert WE, Fu R, Hillier TA, Bosworth M, Michael YL. Built environment and its influences on walking among older women: Use of standardized geographic units to define urban forms. J Environ Public Health 2012; DOI: 10.1155/2012/203141.

Krall K, Douglas J, Perrin NA, Austin D, Lambert WE, Heumann M. The View-Master Health Study focus groups. J Environ Health 2008; 71:16-20.

Lambert W, Lasarev M, Munoz J, Scherer J, Rothlein J, Santana J, and McCauley L. Organophosphate metabolites in the urine of children living in agricultural communities. Environ Health Perspect 2005; 113:503-508.

Rischitelli G, McCauley LA, Lambert WE, Lasarev M, Mahoney E. Hepatitis C in Urban and Rural Public Safety Workers. J Occup Environ Med 2002; 44:568-573.

James DS, Lambert WE, Mermier CM, Stidley CA, Chick TW, Samet JM. Oronasal distribution of ventilation at different ages. Arch Environ Health 1997; 52:118-123.

Lambert WE, Hunt WC, Spengler JD, Samet JM. Part V. Exposure to peak concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in homes with gas cooking ranges. In: Nitrogen Dioxide and Respiratory Illness in Children. Research Report Number 58. Health Effects Institute: Cambridge, MA, 1997.

Spengler WE, Schwab M, McDermott A, Lambert WE, Samet JM. Part IV. Effects of Housing and Meteorological Factors on Indoor Nitrogen Dioxide Concentrations. In: Nitrogen Dioxide and Respiratory Illness in Children. Research Report Number 58. Health Effects Institute: Cambridge, MA, 1996.

Fortoul T, Lambert W, Bliss M, Bravo H, Sanchez P, Lopez I, Sanchez I, Villadelmar L, Rivero O, Samet J. Acute changes in lung function associated with daily ozone exposures of children attending day camp in Mexico City. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 1995; 147:A496.

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Skipper BJ, Cushing AH, Hunt WC, Young SA, McLaren LC, Schwab M, Spengler JD. Part III. Quality Assurance and Quality Control. In: Nitrogen Dioxide and Respiratory Illness in Children. Research Report Number 58. Health Effects Institute: Cambridge, MA, 1994.

Schwab M, McDermott A, Spengler JD, Samet JM, Lambert WE. Seasonal and yearly patterns of indoor nitrogen dioxide levels: data from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Indoor Air 1994; 4:8-22

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Skipper BJ, Cushing AC, Hunt WC, Young SA, Schwab M, Spengler JD. Residential exposures to nitrogen dioxide and respiratory illnesses in infants. In: (Jaakkola J, Ilmarin R, Seppänen O, eds.) Indoor Air '93. Volume 1. Health Effects Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, Helsinki, Finland, 1993, pp. 433-440.

Samet JM, Lambert WE, Skipper BJ, Cushing AH, Hunt WC, Young SA, McLaren LC, Schwab M, Spengler JD. Part I. Health Outcomes. In: Nitrogen Dioxide and Respiratory Illness in Children. Research Report Number 58. Health Effects Institute: Cambridge, MA, 1993.

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Hunt WC, Skipper BJ, Schwab M, Spengler JD. Part II. Assessment of Exposure to Nitrogen Dioxide. In: Nitrogen Dioxide and Respiratory Illness in Children. Research Report Number 58. Health Effects Institute: Cambridge, MA, 1993.

Spengler JD, Brauer M, Samet JM, Lambert WE. Nitrous acid in Albuquerque, NM homes. Environ Sci Technol 1993; 27:841-845.

Sexton K, Gong H, Bailer JC, Ford JG, Gold DR, Lambert WE, Utell MJ. Air pollution health risks: Do class and race matter? Toxicol Indust Health 1993; 9:843-878.

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Spengler JD. Environmental tobacco smoke concentrations in no-smoking and smoking sections of restaurants. Am J Public Health 1993; 83:1339-1341(Correction: p. 1399).

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Mermier CM, Chick TW. Estimates of ventilation from heart rate in ambulatory subjects. Am Rev Respir Dis 1992; 145:A536.

Lambert WE, Monasterio FO, Martinez LG, Samet JM. Personal exposures of Mexico City residents to nitrogen dioxide. Am Rev Respir Dis 1992; 145:A93.

Samet JM, Lambert WE, Cushing AH, McLaren LC, Skipper BJ, Schwab M, Spengler JD. A study of respiratory illnesses in infants and NO2 exposure. Arch Environ Health 1992; 47:57-63.

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Stidley CA, Spengler JD. Classification of residential exposure to nitrogen dioxide. Atmos Environ 1992; 26A:2185-2192.

Samet JM, Lambert WE. Epidemiologic approaches for assessing health risks from complex mixtures in indoor air. Environ Health Perspect 1991;95:71-74.

Contributing Participant, American Thoracic Society Workshop on "Environmental controls and lung disease". In: (Samet JM, ed.) Environmental controls and lung disease. Am Rev Respir Dis 1990; 142:915-939.

Lambert WE, Colome SD, Wojciechowski SL. Application of end-expired breath sampling technique to estimate carboxyhemoglobin levels in a community air pollution exposure study. Atmos Environ 1988; 22:2171-2181.

DiMento J, Lambert W, Suarez-Villa L, Tripodes J. Siting low-level radioactive waste facilities. J Environ Systems 1985; 15:19-43.

Christofferson JP, Foss A, Lambert WE, Welge B. An electrophoretic study of select proteins from the market squid, Loligo opalescens Berry. California Department of Fish and Game Bulletin 1978; 169:123-133.

Presentations:
Lambert W, Scherer J, Muniz J, Richman J, Mann-Guytan R, Phillips J, Mahoney E, and McCauley L. Metabolites of organophosphate pesticides in the urine of preschool children of migrant farmworkers. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology 14th Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. Epidemiology 2002; 13:167

Mann-Gaytan, R, Lambert W, Muniz J, Lasarev M, Ebbert C, McCauley L. Organophosphate pesticide exposure in children of migrant farmworkers and tree fruit growers. International Conference of Pesticide Exposure & Health, Society for Occupational and Environmental Health, NIH, Bethesda, MD, 2002.

Lambert W, McCauley L. Reducing Pesticide Exposures in Migrant Farmworkers and their Families. Cultivating Collaborations: Health and Safety in Western Agriculture. Western Agriculture Health and Safety Meeting. Coeur d'Alene, ID, 2002.

Lambert W. Geographic variation in solar ultraviolet radiation and incidence of malignant melanoma. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology 14th Annual Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia. Epidemiology 2002; 13:S244

Lambert W, Muniz J, Lasarev M, Ebbert C, McCauley L. Assessment of exposure to organophosphate pesticides in migrant farmworkers and their children. International Society for Environmental Epidemiology 13th Annual Conference, Munich, Germany. Epidemiology 2001; 12:S58.

Lambert WE, Klecan D, McNichol L, Borbely D, Ramirez H. 1997. "Ain't Nothing to Do in Here but Smoke": Restricting Smoking in a County Jail. (Paper) ASSIST National Information Exchange. May, 1997, Washington, D.C.

Lambert WE, Klecan D, McNichol L, Borbely D, Ramirez H. 1998. Environmental Tobacco Smoke in Jails and Prisons. Entering a New Dimension: A National Conference on Tobacco and Health. September, 1997, Houston, TX.

Guilmette RA, Snipes MB, Hoover MD, Laurer GR, Gilliland FD, Lambert WE. 1997. Alternative assessment of exposure to uranium miners to radon and progeny using 210Pb in vivo measurements. Topical Symposium of American Nuclear Society, November, 1997, Albuquerque, NM.

Lambert WE, Colome SD, Kleinman MT. CO exposure patterns in Los Angeles among a high-risk population. Presented at the 1991 annual meeting of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vancouver, B.C., 1991, Paper No. 91-138.4.

Lambert WE, Samet JM, Marbury MC, Spengler JD. Design considerations for a longitudinal study of infant respiratory illness and NO2 exposure. Paper No. 88-124.1. APCA Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 1988.

Lambert WE, Colome SD. Indoor levels of carbon monoxide in residences of men with ischemic heart disease. Paper No. 88-106.1. APCA Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, 1988.

Colome SD, Lambert WE, Castenada N. Performance characteristics of Palmes diffusion tubes used for measurement of nitrogen dioxide outside residential sites. In: (Seifert B, Esdorn H, Fischer M, Ruden H, Wegner J, eds.) Indoor Air '87. Volume 1. Volatile Organic Compounds, Combustion Gases, Particles and Fibres, Microbiological Agents. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Berlin (West): Institute of Water, Soil, and Air Hygiene, 1987, pp. 400-404.

Colome SD, Lambert WE, Castenada N. Determinants of carbon monoxide exposure in residences of ischemic heart disease patients. In: (Seifert B, Esdorn H, Fischer M, Ruden H, Wegner J, eds.) Indoor Air '87. Volume 1. Volatile Organic Compounds, Combustion Gases, Particles and Fibres, Microbiological Agents. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Berlin (West): Institute of Water, Soil, and Air Hygiene, 1987, pp. 283-285.

Keller LR, Lambert WE. Multiattribute utility modeling of cardiac health effects from carbon monoxide exposure. Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems 1987; 286:200-209

Lambert WE, Colome SD. Effect of reduced building ventilation rates on occupant exposure to carbon monoxide. In: (Berglund B, Linvall T, and Sundell J, eds.) Indoor Air. Volume 5. Buildings, Ventilation and Thermal Climate. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Stockholm: Swedish Council on Building Research, 1984, pp. 277-286.

Lambert WE, Colome SD, Davidson DM. Cardiac response to carbon monoxide in the natural environment. In: (Berglund B, Linvall T, and Sundell J, eds). Indoor Air. Volume 5. Buildings, Ventilation and Thermal Climate. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. Stockholm: Swedish Council on Building Research, 1984, pp. 287-292.

Wendt P, Lindsay J, Davidson B, Green K, Lambert W. Entrainment mortality of marine plankton. Presented at the Fifth National Workshop on Entrainment and Impingement, San Francisco, California, 1980.

Cancer

Publications:
Winters-Stone, KM. Exercise and Cancer: How Much is Enough? JAMA Oncology, Epub ahead of print, 2015.

Winters-Stone KM, Dieckmann N, Maddalozzo GF, Bennett JA, Ryan CW, Beer TM. Resistance exercise reduces body fat and insulin during androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. Oncol Nurs Forum. 2015 Jul 1;42(4):348-56

Zhang, Z., Atwell, L.L., Farris, P.E., Ho, E., Shannon, J. Associations between Cruciferous Vegetable Intake and Selected Biomarkers among Women Scheduled for Breast Biopsies. Public Health Nutr. 2015, Sep 2; 1-8 [Epub ahead of print]

Winters-Stone KM, Dobek JC, Bennett JA, Dieckmann NF, Maddalozzo GF, Ryan CW, Beer TM. Resistance training reduces disability in prostate cancer survivors on androgen deprivation therapy: evidence from a randomized controlled trial. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 96(1):7-14, 2015. PMID: 251944502014.

Winters-Stone KM. Prostate Cancer and Exercise. The Scientific American Consumer Health Prostate Disorders Bulletin. Summer 2015 edition. http://www.scientificamerican.com/page/contact-us/consumer-health/.

Winters-Stone KM, Beer TM. Review of exercise studies in prostate cancer survivors receiving androgen deprivation therapy calls for an aggressive research agenda to generate high-quality evidence and guidance for exercise as standard of care. J Clin Oncol 10;32(23):2518-9, 2014.

Winters-Stone KM. Tai Ji Quan for the Aging Cancer Survivor: Mitigating the Accelerated Development of Disability, Falls and Cardiovascular Disease from Cancer Treatment (invited review). Journal of Sport and Health Science 3(1):52-57, 2014.

Winters-Stone KM, Neil S, Campbell K. Attention to Principles of Exercise Training: A review of exercise studies for survivors of cancers other than breast. Br J Sports Med 48:12 987-995, 2014.

Winters-Stone KM, Laudermilk M, Woo K, Brown JC, Schmitz KH. Influence of weight training on skeletal health of breast cancer survivors with or at risk for breast-cancer related lymphedema. J Cancer Surviv 8(2): 260-268, 2014.

Winters-Stone KM, Dobek J, Bennett JA, Maddalozzo GM, Ryan CW, Beer TM. Skeletal response to resistance and impact training in prostate cancer survivors. Med Sci Sports Exerc 46(8):1482-8, 2014.

Winters-Stone KM, Lyons K, Bennett JA, Beer TM. Patterns and predictors of symptom incongruence in older couples coping with prostate cancer. J Supp Care Cancer 22(5):1341-48, 2014.

Shikany JM, Barrett-Connor E, Ensrud KE, Cawthon PM, Lewis CE, Dam TL, Shannon J, Redden DT. Macronutrients, diet quality, and frailty in older men. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci. 2014 Jun;69(6):695-701. PMID: 24304504

Martin E, Haney E, Shannon J, Cauley J, Ensrud K, Zmuda JM, Orwoll ES, Marshall LM for the Osteoporotic Fractures in Men (MrOS) Study Group. Femoral Volumetric Bone Density and Dimensions in Relation to 25-Hydroxy Vitamin D in Older Men. J Bone and Mineral Res. J Bone Miner Res. 2014 Nov 24. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 25418140

Atwell LL, Hsu A, Wong CP, Stevens JF, Bella D, Yu T, Pereira CB, Löhr CV, Christensen JM, Dashwood RH, Williams DE, Shannon J, Ho E. Absorption and chemopreventive targets of sulforaphane in humans following consumption of broccoli sprouts or a myrosinase-treated broccoli sprout extract. Mol Nutr Food Res. 2014 epub PMID:25522265

Gonzales K., Harding A, Fu R, Lambert WE, Henderson W. Perceived experiences of discrimination in health care: A barrier for cancer screening among American Indian women with Type 2 diabetes. Women’s Health Issues, 23(1):e61-7, January 2013.

Winters-Stone KM, Dobek J, Nail LM, Bennett JA, Leo MC, Torgrimson-Ojerio T, Luoh SW, Schwartz A. Impact + resistance training improves bone health and body composition in prematurely menopausal breast cancer survivors: A randomized controlled trial. Osteoporosis International 24(5):1637-1646, 2013. PMC3856427

Ansbaugh N, Shannon J, Mori M, Farris PE, Garzotto M. Agent Orange as a risk factor for high-grade prostate cancer. Cancer. 2013 Jul 1;119(13):2399-404. PMID:23670242

Winters-Stone KM, Li F, Horak F, Luoh SW, Bennett JA, Nail LM, Dieckmann N. Comparison of Tai Chi vs. Strength Training for Fall Prevention among Female Cancer Survivors: Study protocol for the GET FIT trial. BMC Cancer 12;577, 2012.

Winters-Stone, K.M., Leo, M., Schwartz, A. Exercise effects on hip bone mineral density in older, postmenopausal breast cancer survivors are age dependent. Arch Osteoporos 7(1-2):301-6, 2012.

Winters-Stone, K. M., Lyons, K. S., Nail, L. M., Beer, T. M. The Exercising Together Project: Design and recruitment for a randomized, controlled trial to determine the benefits of partnered strength training for couples coping with prostate cancer. Contemporary Clinical Trials 33(2):342-350, 2012. (featured in UroToday.com: http://www.urotoday.com/3341/browse_categories/beyond_the_abstract/2528/)

Winters-Stone, K.M., Dobek J., Bennett J.A., Nail L.M., Leo M.C., Schwartz A. The effect of resistance training on muscle strength and physical function in older, postmenopausal breast cancer survivors: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Cancer Survivorship 6(2):189-199 (2012). PMID: 22193780

Chan JM, Harrison SL, Bauer SR, Daniels NA, Wilt TJ, Shannon J, Bauer DC. Statin use and risk of prostate cancer in the prospective Osteoporotic Fractures in Men (MrOS) Study. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2012 Aug 9. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 22879205

Marriott LK, Cameron WE, Purnell JQ, Cetola S, Ito MK, Williams CD, Newcomb KC, Randall JA, Messenger WB, Lipus AC, Shannon J. Let’s Get Healthy!: Health awareness through public participation in an education and research exhibit. Prog Community Health Partnership. 2012 Fall;6 (3):331-7. PMID:22982846

Winters-Stone, K.M., Dobek J., Nail L., Bennett J.A., Leo M.C., Naik A., Schwartz A. Strength training stops bone loss and builds muscle in postmenopausal breast cancer survivors: a randomized, controlled trial. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 27(2); 447, 2011, (published erratum 127(2)), 457

Frankenfeld C, Lampe J, Shannon J, Gao D, Li W, Ray R, Chen C, King I, Thomas DB. Fruit and vegetable intakes in relation to plasma nutrient concentrations in women in Shanghai, China. Public Health Nutr. 2011 Jun 6:1-9. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 21729475 PMCID: PMC3449037

Winters-Stone, K., Torgrimson B., Horak F., Eisner A., Leo M., Nail L., Chui S., Luoh S. Identifying risk factors for falls in postmenopausal breast cancer survivors: a multi-disciplinary approach. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92(4):646-52, 2011

Dijkstra SC, Lampe JW, Ray RM, Brown R, Wu C, Li W, Chen C, King IB, Gao DL, Hu Y, Shannon J, Wähälä K, Thomas DB. Biomarkers of dietary exposure are associated with lower risk of breast fibroadenomas in Chinese women. J Nutr 2010 Jul;140(7):1302-10. PMID:20484550 PMCID:PMC2884331

Nelson ZC, Ray RM, Wu C, Stalsberg H, Porter P, Lampe JW, Shannon J, Horner N, Li W, Wang W, Hu Y, Daoli Gao D, Thomas DB. Fruit and Vegetable Intakes Are Associated With Lower Risk of Breast Fibroadenomas in an Epidemiologic Study of Chinese Women. J Nutr 2010 Jul;140(7):1294-301. PMID:20484549 PMCID: PMC2884330

Shannon J, O’Malley J, Mori M, Garzotto M, Palma AJ, King IB. Erythrocyte fatty acids and prostate cancer risk: A comparison of methods Prostaglandins Leukotrienes Essent. Fatty Acids 2010; 83:161-9 PMID: 20630734 PMCID: PMC2939373

Shannon J, King IB, Lampe JW, Gao DL, Ray RM, Lin M-G, Stalsberg H, Thomas DB. Erythrocyte fatty acids and risk of proliferative and non-proliferative fibrocystic disease in women in Shanghai, China. Am J Clin Nutr. 2009;89(1):265-76. PMID:19056601 PMCID: PMC2647713

Moore AB, Shannon J, Chen C, Lampe JW, Ray RM, Lewis SK, Minggang Lin, Helge Stalsberg, Thomas DB. Dietary and Stored Iron as Predictors of Breast Cancer Risk: a Case Control Study in Shanghai. Int J Cancer. 2009;125:1110-7. PMID:19444907 PMCID: PMC2798105

Shannon J, Phoutrides E, Palma AJ, Farris PE, Garzotto M, Peters L, Forester A, Tillotson CJ. Folate Nutrition, Alcohol Consumption, and Prostate Cancer Risk: A Case-Control Study. Nutr Cancer. 2009;61:617-28. PMID:19838935

Espey D.K., Wiggins C.L., Jim M.A., Miller B.A., Johnson C.J., Becker T.M. Methods for Improving Cancer Surveillance Data in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations. Cancer.2008; 113 (5): 1120-1130.

Shannon J, Moshofsky R, King I, Ray RM, Lampe JW, Thomas DB. Red Blood Cell Fatty Acids and Breast Cancer Risk. Am J Clin Nutr. 2007; 85(4):1090-7. PMID:17413110

Lampe JW, Nishino Y, Ray RM, Wu C, Li W, Lin MG, Gao DL, Hu Y, Shannon J, Stalsberg H, Porter PL, Frankenfeld CL, Wähälä K, Thomas DB. Plasma isoflavones and fibrocystic breast conditions and breast cancer among women in Shanghai, China. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2007 Dec;16(12):2579-86. PMID: 18086761

Shannon J, Ray RM, Wu C, Nelson ZC, Gao DL, Li GD, Wei HY, Lampe JW, Horner N, Abouta JS, Patterson R, Fitzgibbons ED, Thomas DB. Food and botanical groupings and risk of breast cancer: Cancer Epidemiol Biomarker & Prev 2005;14:81-90. PMID: 15668480

Shannon J, Tewoderos S, Garzotto M, Beer T, Derenick R, Palma A. HMG CoA Reductase Inhibitor Use and Prostate Cancer Risk: A Case-Control Study. Am J Epidemiol 2005; 162:318-25. PMID:16014776

Shannon J, Cook LS, Stanford JL. Dietary intake and risk of Post-menopausal breast cancer. Cancer Causes Control 2003; 14 19-27. PMID: 12708721

Shannon J, Thomas DB, Ray RM, Kestin M, Koetsawang A, Koetsawang S, Chitnarong J, Kiviat N, Kuypers J. Dietary risk factors for invasive and in situ cervical carcinomas. Cancer Causes Control 2002; 13:691-9. PMID: 1242094

Shannon J, White E, Shattuck AL, Potter JD. Relation of food groups and water to colon cancer risk. Cancer Epidemiol, Biomarkers & Prev 1996; 5: 495-502. PMID: 8827352

Presentations:
Maly A, Steel TL, Fu R, Lieberman DA, Becker TM. Behavioral Risk Factors and Recent Colorectal Cancer Screening among American Indians in a Pacific Northwest Tribe: Cowlitz Tribe BRFSS Project 2009-2010. Accepted, 9th National Changing Patterns of Cancer in Native Communities: Strength Through Tradition and Science, Albuquerque, NM, October 26-28, 2013.

Smith N, Stanphil S, Nelson H, Lopez K, Warren-Mears V, Becker TM. Cancer risk factors in a NW Tribe from a Tribal BRFSS. Accepted, 9th National Changing Patterns of Cancer in Native Communities: Strength Through Tradition and Science, Albuquerque NM, October 26-28, 2013.

Giesbrecht A., Steel T., Fu F., Lieberman D., Becker TM. Behavioral risk factors and recent colorectal cancer screening among AI people in the Pacific Northwest: Cowlitz Tribe BRFSS 2009-2010. Native Research Network Conference, Seattle, WA., July 2012.

Giesbrecht A., Steel T., Fu F., Lieberman D., Becker TM. Behavioral risk factors and recent colorectal cancer screening among AI people in the Pacific Northwest: Cowlitz Tribe BRFSS 2009-2010 Presented at OHSU Research Week. May 2012.

Gregg, Jessica. Teatro del Oprimido: Using theatre to increase empowerment, self-efficacy, and cervical cancer screening among Latinas. APHA, Washington, DC., Nov. 1, 2011.

Kennedy J, et al. Community-Based Cancer Control: A seminar for American Indian/Alaska Native community health advocates. Oregon Public Health Association Annual Conference, Corvallis, OR. Oct. 2010.

Cognitive Health

Publications:
Davis, M. M., Howk, S., Currey, J., DeSordi, M.R., Boise, L., Fagnan, L.J., Vuckovic, N. (2014) A Qualitative Study of Rural Primary Care Clinician Views on Remote Monitoring Technologies. Journal of Rural Health

Kaye J, Mattek N, Dodge H, Campbell I, Hayes T, Austin D, Hatt W, Wild K; Jimison H. Unobtrusive measurement of daily computer use to detect mild cognitive impairment. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 10(1):10-17,2014. PMC3872486

Boise L, Tuepker A, Gipson T, Vigmenon Y, Soule I, Onadeko S. (2013) African Refugee and Immigrant Health Needs and Barriers: Report from a Community-Based House Meeting Project. Journal of Community Health Partnerships; 7(4):354-360.

Tuepker A, Boise L, Onadeko F, Gipson T. (2011) What’s in a number? Counting the African population in Portland, Oregon: methods, issues and implications for community health collaborations. Intl J Migration, Health, and Social Care;7(4):164-173.

Kaye JA, Maxwell SA, Mattek N, Hayes TL, Dodge H, Pavel M, Jimison H, Wild K, Boise L, Zitzelberger TA. Intelligent Systems for Assessing Aging Changes: Home-Based, Unobtrusive and Continuous Assessment of Aging. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 66 (Suppl. 1): i180-i190, 2011. PMC3132763

Kaye J, Mattek N, Dodge H, Buracchio T, Austin D, Hagler S, Pavel M, Hayes T. One Walk a Year to 1000 Within a Year: Continuous In-home Unobtrusive Gait Assessment of Older Adults. Gait and Posture, 35(2): 197-202, 2011. PMC3278504.

Boise L, Eckstrom E, Fagnan L, King A, Goubaud M, Buckley D I, Morris C. (2010) The Rural Older Adult Memory Study: A Practice-based Intervention to Improve Dementia Screening and Diagnosis. JABFM;23(4):486-498. (PMID: 20616291)

Hayes T, Riley T, Pavel, M, Kaye J. Estimation of rest-activity patterns using motion sensors. Proceedings, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 1:2147-50, 2010. PMC3057896

Hunt, M.C., Newlin, D.B. & Fishbein, D. (2009). Brain imaging in methamphetamine abusers across the life-span. Gerontology, 46(3), 122-145.

Hunt, M.C. & Sher, K.A. (2009). Successful intervention models for older drug-abusers: Research across the life-span. American Psychologist, in press. NIHMSID: NIHMS99135

Galvin JE, Meuser MM, Boise L, Connell C. (2009) Predictors of physician referral for patient recruitment to Alzheimer disease clinical trials. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord;23:352-356. PMCID: PMC2787738.

Hayes T, Abendroth F, Adami A, Pavel M, Zitzelberger T, Kaye J. Unobtrusive assessment of activity patterns associated with mild cognitive impairment. Alzheimer's & Dementia 4 (6): 395-405, 2008. PMC2664300

Hunt, M.C., Wiechelt, S.A. & Merryle, R. (2008). Predicting the substance-abuse treatment needs of an aging population. American Journal of Public Health, 45(2), 236-245. PMCID: PMC9162292

Hunt, M.C., Jensen, J.L. & Crenshaw, W. (2007). Substance abuse and mental health among community-dwelling elderly. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 24(9), 1124-1135.

Merryle, R.J. & Hunt, M.C. (2004). Independent living, physical disability and substance abuse among the elderly. Psychology and Aging, 23(4), 10-22.

Presentations:
Sharing History through Active Reminiscence and Photo-imagery (SHARP) Pilot Project:Exercising Your Legs and Your Brain. Presented at the PreSERVE Coalition Talk & Taste Series for healthier aging among African Americans Aged 55 and older. June Key Delta Center, Portland, Oregon, July 30, 2015.

Sharing History through Active Reminiscence and Photo-imagery (SHARP) Pilot Project. Presented at the African American Dementia and Aging Annual Appreciation Brunch, June Key Delta Center, Portland, Oregon. June 5, 2015.

SHARP Pilot Program: Connecting people, place, and memory for healthier aging among Portland African Americans. A project of the Oregon Health Brain Research Network Collaborative Center at Layton Aging & Alzheimer's Disease Center, Oregon Health & Science University. Presented at Portland State University Library, May 21, 2015.

Is walking and talking about neighborhood history a good way to engage Portland African Americans in healthier aging?Introducing the SHARP Pilot Program. Raina Croff. Presented at Alzheimer’s Disease Investigator Meeting, Oregon Health & Science University, October 23, 2014.

Ingredients for a Healthy Community: Lessons Learned from Community Listening Sessions. Raina Croff, Mary Ruhl, Linda Boise, Tiffany Kirkpatrick, Allison Lindauer. Poster presentation at the PreSERVE Coalition Biennial Conference, Aging and Memory in the African American Community: The Heart-Brain Connection. Portland, OR. September 30, 2014.

Injury

Publications:
Guise GM, Meckler G, O'Brien K, Curry M, Engle P, Dickinson C, Dickinson K, Hansen M, Lambert WE. Patient Safety Perceptions in Pediatric Out-of-Hospital Emergency Care: Children's Safety Initiative. Journal of Pediatrics, August 18, 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2015.07.023

Smith, N., Lutz, T., Lapidus, J. Improving Data on Child Passenger Safety: Survey Methods from the "Native Children Always Ride Safe" (Native CARS) Study. The IHS Provider, 39(7):120-124, 2014.

Lapidus JA, Smith NH, Lutz T, Ebel BE; for the Native CARS Study Group. Trends and Correlates of Child Passenger Restraint Use in 6 Northwest Tribes: The Native Children Always Ride Safe (Native CARS) Project. Am J Public Health. 2013 Feb;103(2):355-361. PMID: 23237177.

Gardner W. and Craig Rushing S. Native VOICES: Developing an Evidence-Based HIV/STD Intervention for Native Teens and Young Adults. IHS Primary Care Provider, 38(4), 2013.

Siu VW-Y, Lambert WE, Fu R, Hillier TA, Bosworth M, Michael YL. Built environment and its influences on walking among older women: Use of standardized geographic units to define urban forms. Journal of Environmental and Public Health Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 203141, 9 pages, doi:10.1155/2012/203141.

Hoffman MR, Lambert WE, Peck EG, Mayberry JC. Bicycle Commuter injury prevention: It's time to focus on the environment. J Trauma, Nov. 2010; 69(5)1112-1119.

Maupomé G, Karanja N, Ritenbaugh C, Lutz T, Aickin M, Becker T. Dental Caries in American Indian Toddlers after a Community-Based Beverage Intervention. ISHIB Ethnicity & Disease. 2010; 20(4):444-450. PMID 20508978.

Njeri K, Lutz T, Ritenbaugh C, Maupome G, Jones J, Becker TM, Aickin M. The TOTS Community Intervention to Prevent Overweight in American Indian Toddlers: A feasibility and efficacy study. Journal of Community Health, May 2010.

Puuka E, Stehr-Green P, Becker T M. Measuring the health status gap for American Indian/Alaska Natives: Getting closer to the truth. American Journal Public Health. May 2005; 95 (5): 838-843.

Presentations:
Lambert WE., Hoffman MR. Peck, EG. and Mayberry JC. Hitting the Streets: Bike Commuting Injuries in Portland, Oregon. OHSU Research Week Conference. Portland, Oregon, May 2012.

Lapidus J, Lutz T, Smith N, and Ebel B. Native Children Always Ride Safe (Native CARS): Using Tribal Data to Design Effective Community Interventions Summit on the Science of Eliminating Health Disparities National Harbor, MD. Dec. 17-19, 2012.

Lapidus J, Lutz T, Smith N, and Ebel B. Native Children Always Ride Safe (Native CARS): Using Tribal Data to Design Effective Community Interventions Advancing Native Health and Wellness Conference, Anchorage, Alaska July 31-Aug. 5, 2012.

Lutz T, Smith NH, Ebel BE, Grime C, Lapidus JA. Native Children Always Ride Safe (Native CARS), NPAIHB Quarterly Board Meeting, Spokane, WA., January 2012.

Kendra Bunker, William E. Lambert, Dongseok Choi, Alan Melnick Active living in a dangerous world: Characteristics of the built environment surrounding pedestrian-vehicle collisions. 140th APHA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA., Oct.29, 2012.

Steel T., Cowlitz Indian Tribe, Giesbrecht A., Boone-Heinonen J, Fu R., Becker T.M. Environmental food balance: The neighborhood context of BMS and diet among landless NW American Indians. Academy Health Conference, Orlando, FL., July 2012.

Steel T., Giesbrecht A., Fu F., Boone-Heinonen J.., Becker TM. The Neighborhood Context of BMI and Diet among Landless Northwest American Indians. 18th Annual National Research Services Award (NRSA) Conference. Orlando, FL., June 2012.

Bunker K, Lambert WE, Choi D, Melnick A. “Active living in a dangerous world: Characteristics of the built environment surrounding pedestrian-vehicle collisions”. 140th APHA Annual Meeting San Francisco, California, October 27-31, 2012.

Lapidus J, et al. Improving child safety seat use in six Northwest American Indian communities: The Native Children Always Ride Safe project. PRC Pr4ogram Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA. April 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. Improving child safety seat use in six Northwest American Indian communities: The Native Children Always Ride Safe project. Washington Highway Safety Summit, Spokane, WA. April 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. The Nez Perce Tribe’s Media Campaign to Increase Child Safety Seat Use. Annual Lifesavers Conference, Phoenix, AZ. March 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. The Colville Confederated Tribes Child Restraint Law Development. Annual Lifesavers Conference, Phoenix, AZ. March 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. The Colville Confederated Tribes Child Restraint Law Development. Contemporary Northwest Tribal Health Conference, Portland, OR. March 25-26, 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. Native Children Always Ride Safe – A Health Education Program of the Shoshone Bannock Tribes. Contemporary Northwest Tribal Health Conference, Portland, OR. March 25-26, 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. The Nez Perce Tribe’s Media Campaign to Increase Child Safety Seat Use. Contemporary Northwest Tribal Health Conference, Portland, OR. March 25-26, 2011.

Lapidus J, et al. Improving child safety seat use in six Northwest American Indian communities: The Native Children Always Ride Safe project. Contemporary Northwest Tribal Health Conference, Portland, OR. March 25-26, 2011.