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Publications

Lafata J.E,, Wunderlich T, Flocke S.A., Oja-Tebbe N, Dyer K.E,, Siminoff L.A. Physician use of persuasion and colorectal cancer screening. Transl Behav Med. 2015 Mar;5(1):87-93. doi: 10.1007/s13142-014-0284-x. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25729457

Iachini, A.L., Cross, T., & Freedman, D. (in press). Leadership in social work education and the Social Change Model of Leadership. Social Work Education: The International Journal.

 Presentations

PRCHN Director Elaine Borawski, PhD, Associate Director Erika Trapl, PhD, and graduate student Rho Olaisen attended the American Academy of Health Behavior meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Trapl presented a poster around her research on little cigar use among middle school students, Olaisen presented a poster on the social and context influences of adolescent sleep. In addition, Dr. Trapl was elected Secretary of the AABH.

Above, PRCHN Faculty Erika Trapl and Elaine Borawski and graduate student, Rho Olaisen attending the American Academy of Health Behavior meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Trapl presented her research on little cigars and Rho presented a poster on the social and context influences of adolescent sleep 

From March 30-April 1, Associate Director Darcy Freedman, PhD, was a visiting professor at University of North Carolina, Ashville, providing talks and meeting with faculty, students, and community members to discuss food systems and food justice. The talks include: Moving beyond can drives and farmers markets to promote food security and public health and Developing, implementing, and sustaining a food assistance incentive program for farmers’ markets: Lessons learned in South Carolina.

Darcy Freedman, PhD, presented: “FM Tracks: A tool for improving healthy food incentive program operations.” Invited state-wide presentation at the Ohio Farmers’ Market Conference, Dublin, OH.

O-NOPREN Coordinator Nicole Vaudrin presented “Barriers and Facilitators to Farmers’ Market Participation,” at the Ohio Farmers’ Market Conference, Dublin, OH

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