College of Public Health students graduating

Faculty Publications

Ty Borders:

  1. Booth BM, Stewart KE, Cheney AM, Curran GM, Borders TF Beliefs and attitudes regarding drug treatment:  Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior in African American Cocaine users.  Addictive Behaviors, in press.
  2. Cheney AM, Curran GM, Booth BM, Sullivan KE, Stewart KE, Borders TF.  The religious and spiritual dimension of cutting down and stopping cocaine use:  A qualitative exploration among African Americans in the South.  Journal of Drug Issues, 2013 Jun 13. [Epub ahead of print]
  3. Borders TF, Booth BM, Stewart KE, Wright PB, Leukefeld C, Falck RS, Carlson RS. Risky sex in rural America: Longitudinal changes in a community-based cohort of methamphetamine and cocaine users.  American Journal on Addictions, 2013;22:535-542.
  4. Borders TF, Booth BM.  Stimulant use, religiosity, and the odds of developing or maintaining an alcohol use disorder over time.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 2013;74:369-377.

Angela Powell Carman:

  1. Carman, Angela, Timsina, Lava & Scutchfield, F.D. (February 2014). Quality Improvement Activities of Local Health Departments during the 2008-2010 Economic Recession.  AJPM; 46(2)
  2. Carman, Angela & Scutchfield, F. D. (November 2014) Strategic Health Issues from Community Health Assessment (CHA) and Community Health Improvement Planning (CHIP) in Kentucky. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association;Vol 111.
  3. Carman, Angela.  Community Health Needs Assessment Resources. 2013; Accessed May 2013.
  4. Carman, Angela; Prybil, Lawrence; & Totten, Mary.  (May 2013). Partners for Public Health:  Hospitals and health departments can collaborate on community health needs assessments.  Trustee, Vol 66, No. 5.

Julia Field Costich:

  1. Scutchfield FD, Costich JF. Law and the Public’s Health: Science and Policies. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2013; 44(4): 427-428.
  2. Costich JF, Fallat ME, Scaggs CM, Bartlett RD. Pilot Statewide Study of Pediatric Emergency Department Alignment with National Guidelines. Pediatric Emergency Care, 2013 July; 29(7): 806-807.
  3. Costich JF, Patton JD. Enforcement: Linking Policy and Impact in Public Health. Jurimetrics 2013; 53(3): 293-305.

James Wilson Holsinger, Jr.:

  1. Zhao, Li, Ma, Xiao, and Holsinger, James W.: Preparing and Conducting Seminars: Using the University of Kentucky as the Case. Chinese University Teaching. No. 1 (General Serial 269) January 2013, pp. 94-96. [Published in Chinese].
  2. Rabarison, Kristina, Ingram, Richard C., and Holsinger, James. W., Jr.: Application of Situational Leadership to the National Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Process. Front. Public Health, 12 August 2013 | doi:10.3389/fpubh.2013.00026.
  3. Jadhav, E.D., Holsinger, J.W., Mays, G.P., Fardo, D.: Should They Stay or Should They Go? Leader Duration and Financial Performance in Local Health Departments. J. Public Health Man. Pract. (Accepted for Publication).

Anna Hoover:

  1. Mays, G.P., Hogg, R.A., Castellanos-Cruz, D.M., Hoover, A.G., and Fowler, L.C. (2013). Public health research implementation and translation: Evidence from practice- based research networks.American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 45(6), 752-762.
  2. Hoover, A.G. (2013). Communication at Superfund sites and the reification of division: Toward a convergence-building model of risk communication. Lexington, KY: University of Kentucky Theses and Dissertations—Communication. Cupp, P., Veil, S., Sellnow, T., Anthony, K., Staricek, N., Young, L., Anyaegbunam, C., Gray, C.,
  3. Hoover, A.G., and O’Hair, H.D. (Under Agency Review.) Case analysis of community engagement for developing post-incident risk communication guidelines: Phase I report. Submitted to UnitedStates Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development – National Homeland Security Research Center, 13 August 2013.
  4. Johnson, J.D., and Hoover, A.G. (2013). When people outside the organization need information:Strategically communicating with external stakeholders. In J. Wrench (Ed.), Workplace communicationfor the 21st century: Tools and strategies that impact the bottom line (Vol. 2, pp. 305-332). Santa Barbara, CA:Praeger.
  5. Hoover, A.G. (2013) Commentary. Changing the channel: Public health communication in the 21st century. Frontiers in Public Health Services and Systems Research, 2(1), Article 6. In Press.
  6. Cohen, E.L., Head, K.J., McGladrey, M., Hoover, A. G., Vanderpool, R.C., Bridger, C., Carman, A.,Crosby, R.A., Darling, E., Tucker-McLaughin, M., and Winterbauer, N. (In press.) Designing for dissemination: Lessons in message design from ‘1-2-3 Pap’. Health Communication.

Richard C. Ingram:

  1. Rabarison, K, Richard C. Ingram, James W Holsinger Jr. Application of Situational Leadership to the National Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Process. Front Public Health. 2013 Aug 12;1:26.
  2. Dearinger, A, Richard C. Ingram, Robin Pendley.  Diabetes Education: Quality Improvement Interventions through Health Departments.  Am J Prev Med. 2013 Dec;45(6):782-6
  3. Scutchfield FD, Richard C. Ingram. Public Health Systems and Services Research: Building the Evidence Base to Improve Public Health Practice. Public Health Reviews. 2013;35.  [Epub ahead of print].
  4. Ingram, RC, Kaye Bender, Robin Wilcox, Jessica Kronstadt. A Consensus-Based Approach to National Public Health Accreditation. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2014 Jan-Feb;20(1):9-13
  5. 5.   Harris, A, FD Scutchfield, Georgia Heise, Richard C. Ingram The Relationship Between Local Public Health Agency Administrative Variables & County Health Status Rankings in Kentucky. J Public Health Manag Pract. (Epub ahead of print)

William G. Pfeifle:

  1. “Factors Associate with Pharmacy Student Interest in International Study.” Chelsea Owen, Patrick Breheny, Richard Ingram, William Pfeifle, Jeff Cain, and Melody Ryan – American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education; 2013, 77(3) Article 54.

Lawrence D. Prybil:

  1. Prybil, L., “Nurses in Health Care Governance: Is the Picture Changing?” Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 28: 103-107, April-June, 2013.
  2. Prybil, L., Bardach, D., and Fardo, D., “Board Oversight of Patient Quality in Large Nonprofit Health Systems, American Journal of Medical Quality, published online:  May 7, 2013.
  3. Prybil, L., and Killian, R., “Community Benefit Needs Board Oversight,” Health Progress, 94:90-94, July-August, 2013.

Martha C. Riddell:

  1. Riddell, MC, Johnson, AO, Sandford, KG, Steltenkamp, C, and Pearce, KA. Achieving Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records in Primary Care:  Critical Processes from the Kentucky Ambulatory Network (KAN), a Practice-Based Research Network Study.  JABFM (in review)

F. Douglas Scutchfield:

  1. Kaprielian VS, Silberberg M, McDonald MA, Koo D, Hull SK, Murphy G, Tran AN, Sheline BL, Halstater B, Martinez-Bianchi V, Weigle NJ, de Oliveira JS, Sangvai D, Copeland J, Tilson HH, Scutchfield FD, Michener JL. Teaching Population Health: A Competency Map Approach to Education. Acad Med. 2013 Mar 21. PMID:23524919
  2. Scutchfield FD, Costich JF.  Law and the Public's Health: Science and Policies. Am J Prev Med. 2013 Apr;44(4):427-8. PMID: 23498111
  3. Scutchfield FD, Ingram RC. Public Health Systems and Services Research: Building the Evidence Base to Improve Public Health Practice. Public Health Reviews. 2013;35: epub ahead of print.
  4. Carman AL, Timsina LR, Scutchfield FD. Quality improvement activities of local health departments during the 2008-2010 economic recession. Am J Prev Med. 2014 Feb;46(2):171-4.
  5. Harris AL, Scutchfield FD, Heise G, Ingram RC. The Relationship Between Local Public Health Agency Administrative Variables and County Health Status Rankings in Kentucky. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2014 Jan 15

Sarah B. Wackerbarth:

  1. Wackerbarth SB, Strawer-Srinath, J, Conigliaro J. (In Press). The Human Side of Lean Teams.  American Journal of Medical Quality.
  2. Arbune A, Wackerbarth SB, Allison P, Conigliaro J. (In Press). Improvement through Small Cycles of Change: Lessons from an Academic Medical Center Emergency Department.  Journal for Healthcare Quality.