The Division of Public Health Sciences announced the top 10 research papers published in 2020-2021. The 10 papers receiving recognition this year were selected on the basis of their originality and scientiﬁc impact.
The papers span the spectrum of research conducted in Public Health Sciences including clinical trials, new statistical methods, epidemiology, implementation science, social sciences, and community engagement. The research represents the collective creativity, passion, and dedication of the division’s faculty and staff, and demonstrate our commitment to improve the health of community, region and nation by utilizing our rigorous methodologic approaches to evaluate a broad range of research questions.
Please join us in congratulating this year’s awardees, as well as recognizing the outstanding research being done by so many faculty and staff in the division.
- Current Practices for Screening and Addressing Financial Hardship within the NCI Community Oncology Research Program.
- A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study of Yoga Skills Training Versus an Attention Control Delivered During Chemotherapy Administration.
- Type 2 Diabetes Subgroups, Risk for Complications, and Differential Effects Due to an Intensive Lifestyle Intervention.
- Effects of a Digital Diabetes Prevention Program: A Randomized Clinical Trial (in press but not yet online).
- The Role of Motivation on Physical Activity and Screen Time Behaviors Among Parent-Adolescent Dyads: the FLASHE Study.
- Clarifying the Concept of a Learning Health System for Healthcare Delivery Organizations: Implications from a Qualitative Analysis of the Scientific Literature.
- Investigating Predictors of Preserved Cognitive Function in Older Women Using Machine Learning: Women's Health Initiative Memory Study.
- Effectiveness of a Nurse-Led Multidisciplinary Intervention vs Usual Care on Advance Care Planning for Vulnerable Older Adults in an Accountable Care Organization: A Randomized Clinical Trial.
- Final Report of a Trial of Intensive Versus Standard Blood-Pressure Control.
- Rapid Report on Using Data to Make Standardized Decisions about Enrollment During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Perspectives from the MoTrPAC Study.