This is a select list of articles that highlight the impact of our work on the field.  For a complete list of our yearly publications, click the links at the side of the page.

  • Quinn, S., Garza, M., Butler, J., Fryer, C., Barnard, D., Casper, E., Kim, K., & Thomas, S.  (2012). Improving informed consent with minority participants: Results from researcher and community surveys. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 7(5), 44-55.
  • Quinn, S., Butler, J., Fryer, C., Garza, M., Kim, K., Ryan, C., & Thomas, S. (2012). Attributes of researchers and their strategies to recruit minority populations: Results of a national survey. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 33(6), 1231-1237.
  • Thomas, S., Quinn S., Butler, J., Garza, M., & Fryer, C. (2011). Toward a fourth generation of disparities research to achieve health equity. Annual Review of Public Health, 32(1), 399-416.
  • Butler, J., Fryer, C.S., Reed, E.A., & THOMAS, S.B. (2011). Utilizing the School Health Index to build collaboration between a university and an urban school district. Journal of School Health, 81(12), 774-782.
  • Butler, J. 3rd, Quinn, S.C., Fryer, C.S., Garza, M.A., Kim, K.H., Thomas, S.B. Characterizing researchers by strategies used for retaining minority participants: Results of a national survey. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 2013 Jun 10; 36(1):61-67. doi: 10.1016/j.cct.2013.05.014.[Epub ahead of print]. .
  • Hilyard, K., Quinn, S., Kim, K., Musa, D., & Freimuth, V. Determinants of Parental Acceptance of the H1N1 Vaccine. Health Education & Behavior. In Press.
  • Freimuth, V., Musa, D., Hilyard, K. & Quinn, S. Trust in the Early Stages of the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic.Journal of Health Communication. In Press.
  • Quinn, S., Parmer, J., Freimuth, V., Hilyard, K., Musa, D. & Kim, K. Exploring Communication, Trust in Government and Vaccine Intention Later in the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic: Results of a National Survey.  Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science. June 2013, 11(2): 96-106.
  • Kumar, S., Quinn, S., Kim, K. & Hilyard, K.  US public support for vaccine donation to poorer countries in the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33025.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033025.
  • Kumar, S., Quinn, S., Kim, K., Daniel, L. & Freimuth, V.  The Impact of Workplace Policies and Other Social Determinants on Influenza-Like Illness Incidence during the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic. American Journal of Public Health.  2012; 102:134–140.
  • Kumar, S., Quinn, S., Kim, K., Musa, D. & Freimuth, V.  A Social Ecological Model for H1N1 Influenza Vaccine Acceptance in the US. Health Education & Behavior. 39(2) 229–243.
  • Quinn, S., Kumar, S., Freimuth, V., Kidwell, K. & Musa, D. Racial Disparities in Exposure, Susceptibility and Access to Health Care in the US H1N1 Influenza Pandemic. American Journal of Public Health. 2011. 101(2): 285-293.
  • Hilyard, K., Freimuth, V., Musa, D., Kumar, S. & Quinn, S.  The Vagaries of Public Support for Government Actions in Case of a Pandemic. Health Affairs. 2010. 29: 2294-2301.
  • Quinn, S., Kumar, S., Freimuth, V., Kidwell, K. & Musa, D. Public Willingness to Take a Vaccine or Drug Under Emergency Use Authorization during the 2009 H1N1 Pandemic.  Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science. 2009. 7(3), 1-16.
  • Sriwattanakomen, R., McPherron, J., Chatman, J., Morse, J., Martire, L., Karp, J., Houck, P., Bensasi, S., Houle, J., Stack, J., Woods, M., Block, B., Thomas, S., Quinn, S., & Reynolds. A comparison of the frequencies of risk factors for depression in older black and white participants in a study of indicated prevention. International Psychogeriatrics. 2010, 22 (8), 1240-1247.

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