The Division of Public Health Sciences (DPHS) recently announced its top 10 Research Papers of 2023. Papers receiving recognition were selected on the basis of originality and scientific 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.
- Self-reported experiences of discrimination and incident dementia
- The Optimizing Lung Screening Trial (WF-20817CD): Multicenter Randomized Effectiveness Implementation Trial to Increase Tobacco Use Cessation for Individuals Undergoing Lung Screening
- North Carolina's Medicaid Transformation: the Early Enrollee Experience
- Processes for Identifying Caregivers and Screening for Caregiver and Patient Distress in Community Oncology: Results from WF-1803CD
- Importance of Low- and Moderate-Grade Adverse Events in Patients' Treatment Experience and Treatment Discontinuation: An Analysis of the E1912 Trial
- Preexposure Prophylaxis Uptake Among Spanish-Speaking Transgender Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial in North and South Carolina, 2019–2022
- Automated generation of comparator patients in the electronic medical record
- Sepsis Prediction Model for Determining Sepsis vs SIRS, qSOFA, and SOFA
- Trends in incidence of youth-onset type 1 and type 2 diabetes in the USA, 2002-18: results from the population-based SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth study