Health Management and Policy Faculty Publications was known as Health Services Management Faculty Publications before 2014.

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Submissions from 2017

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Terminate Lung Cancer (TLC) Study—A Mixed-Methods Population Approach to Increase Lung Cancer Screening Awareness and Low-Dose Computed Tomography in Eastern Kentucky, Roberto Cardarelli, David Reese, Karen L. Roper, Kathryn Cardarelli, Frances J. Feltner, Jamie L. Studts, Jennifer R. Knight, Debra Armstrong, Anthony D. Weaver, and Dana Shaffer

Submissions from 2016

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Employing the Precautionary Principle to Evaluate the Use of E-Cigarettes, Ashley M. Bush, James W. Holsinger, and Lawrence D. Prybil

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The Cost of Public Health Services, F. Douglas Scutchfield MD

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Geographic Health Disparities in Kentucky: Starting a Conversation About Local Solutions, Steven H. Woolf, Derek A. Chapman, and F. Douglas Scutchfield MD

Submissions from 2015

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Full-Range Public Health Leadership, Part 1: Quantitative Analysis, Erik L. Carlton, James W. Holsinger Jr., Martha Riddell, and Heather M. Bush

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Collective Impact through Public Health and Academic Partnerships: A Kentucky Public Health Accreditation Readiness Example, Angela L. Carman

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The Journey Toward Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Readiness in Local Health Departments: Leadership and Followership Theories in Action, Angela L. Carman

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Designing for Dissemination: Lessons in Message Design from "1-2-3 Pap", Elisia L. Cohen, Katharine J. Head, Margaret J. McGladrey, Anna G. Hoover, Robin C. Vanderpool, Colleen Bridger, Angela Carman, Richard A. Crosby, Elaine Darling, Mary Tucker-McLaughlin, and Nancy Winterbauer

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PHSSR Findings on 21st Century Approaches to Communicable Disease, Julia Costich

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Undergraduate Public Health Education: Does it Meet Public Health Workforce Needs?, James W. Holsinger Jr., Andrea L. Lewis, and Quan Chen

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Managing and translating knowledge to improve population health, Anna G. Hoover

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The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Conditions of Trust among Leaders at the Kentucky Department for Public Health, Jennifer Redmond Knight, Heather M. Bush, William A. Mase, Martha Cornwell Riddell, Meng Liu, and James W. Holsinger Jr.

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Evaluating Local Health Department Disease Surveillance and Epidemiologic Investigation, Cezar Brian C. Mamaril

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Health Department–Hospital Collaboration on Community Health Assessments, F. Douglas Scutchfield MD and Kaylee R. Hicks

Submissions from 2014

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Reducing Cancer Disparities through Community Engagement in Policy Development: The Role of Cancer Councils, Michael A. Preston, Glen P. Mays, Rise' D. Jones, Sharla A. Smith, Chara N. Stewart, and Ronda Henry-Tillman

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Improving Community Health through Hospital-Public Health Collaboration: Insights and Lessons Learned from Successful Partnerships, Lawrence Prybil, F. Douglas Scutchfield, Rex Killian, Ann Kelly, Glen P. Mays, Angela Carman, Samuel Levey, Anne McGeorge, and David W. Fardo

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Frontiers in PHSSR is on the Move, F. Douglas Scutchfield

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Public health system partnerships and the scope of maternal and child services: a longitudinal study, Sharla Smith, Glen Mays, Tommy Mac Bird, and Michael A. Preston

Submissions from 2013

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The Resilient Local Health Department: Surviving the 2008 Economic Crisis, Paul C. Erwin, Gulzar H. Shah, and Glen P. Mays

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Commentary: Changing the Channel: Public Health Communication in the 21st Century, Anna Goodman Hoover

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Commentary: Models of Dissemination and Implementation in Public Health, Glen Mays

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Learning by Doing for Public Health Improvement, Glen P. Mays

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Changes in Smoking Behaviours Following a Smokefree Legislation in Parks and on Beaches: An Observational Study, Chizimuzo T.C. Okoli, Andrew Johnson, Ann Pederson, Sarah Adkins, and Wendy Rice

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Application of Situational Leadership to the National Voluntary Public Health Accreditation Process, Kristina Rabarison, Richard C Ingram, and James W. Holsinger Jr.

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Commentary: The Road to Quality in Public Health, a Long but Important Journey, F. Douglas Scutchfield, Glen Mays, and Marylou Wallace