2022 Public Health Sciences Top 10 Research Papers

January 10, 2023

The Division of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) recently announced its top 10 Research Papers of 2022. Papers receiving recognition were selected on the basis of originality and scientfic impact. The papers span the spectrum of research, conducted in the DPHS, including clinical trials, epidemiology, implementation science, health policy and community engagement. The top 10 papers further demonstrate the Division’s commitment to improving the health of community, region and nation by utilizing rigorous methodologic approaches to evaluate a broad range of research questions.

Please join us in congratulating this year’s awardees.

Statins and Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Following Doxorubicin Treatment.

Altered default mode network associated with pesticide exposure in Latinx children from rural farmworker families.

Effects of cocoa extract and a multivitamin on cognitive function: A randomized clinical trial.

Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on Diabetes Care among a North Carolina Patient Population.

Increasing access to organization theories for implementation science.

The Total Nutrient Index is a Useful Measure for Assessing Total Micronutrient Exposures among US Adults.

Longer-Term All-Cause and Cardiovascular Mortality with Intensive Blood Pressure Control: A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Clinical Trial.

Differences in patient outcomes after outpatient GI endoscopy across settings: a statewide matched cohort study.

Adapting a Group-Level PrEP Promotion Intervention Trial for Transgender Latinas during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Racial/Ethnic and Geographic Trends in Combined Stimulant/Opioid Overdoses, 2007-2019.