Policy

Arteaga, Irma, Helfin, Colleen, and Parsons, Sarah. 2018. “Design Flaws: Consequences of the Coverage Gap in Food Programs on Children at Kindergarten Entry.” Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 41(2):265–283.

Arteaga, Irma, Colleen Heflin, and Sarah Parsons. 2019. “Design Flaws: Consequences of the Coverage Gap in Food Programs on Children at Kindergarten Entry.” Applied Economics Perspectives and Policy 41(2):265–283.

Arteaga, Irma, Heflin, Colleen, and Hodges, Leslie. 2018.  “SNAP Benefits and Pregnancy-Related Emergency Room Visits.” Population Research and Policy Review 37(6):1031-1052.

Elman, Cheryl, McGuire, Robert A., and London, Andrew S. 2019. “Disease, Plantation Development, and Race-Related Differences in Child Mortality and Fertility in the Early Twentieth-Century American South.” American Journal of Sociology 124(5):1327-1371.

Errett, Nicole A., Roop, Heidi A., Pendergrast, Claire, Kramer, C. B., Doubleday, Annie, Tran, Kim A., and Busch Isaksen, Tania M. 2019. “Building a Practice-Based Research Agenda for Wildfire Smoke and Health: A Report of the 2018 Washington Wildfire Smoke Risk Communication Stakeholder Synthesis Symposium.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16(13):2398.

Errett, Nicole A., Haynes, Erin N., Wyland, Nancy, Everhart, Ali, Pendergrast, Claire, and Parker, Edith A. 2019. “Assessing the national capacity for disaster research response (DR2) within the NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Core Centers.” Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source 18(1):61.

Fabi, Rachel. 2019. “What Ethics has to do with Health Policy.” Upstate Medical University.

Fabi, Rachel. 2019. “Public Health in the Context of Migration: Ethics Issues Related to Immigrants and Refugees.” The Oxford Handbook of Public Ethics.

Fabi, Rachel. 2019. “Why Physicians Should Advocate for Undocumented Immigrants’ Unimpeded Access to Prenatal Care.” AMA Journal of Ethics 21(1):93-99.

Fabi, Rachel. 2018. “Ethics Talk: Commenting on the “Public Charge” and How to Respond to Federal Policy Change Proposals that Will Affect Patients’ Health.” AMA Journal of Ethics 20(11).

Fabi, R., Taylor, H. 2019. “Prenatal Care for Undocumented Immigrants: Professional Norms, Ethical Tensions, & Practical Workarounds.” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 47: 398-408.

Fabi, R. 2019. “Why Physicians Should Advocate for Undocumented Immigrants’ Unimpeded Access to Prenatal Care. AMA Journal of Ethics 21(1): 93-99.

Fabi, R.2019. “Public Health Ethics and Issues Related to Immigrants and Refugees.The Oxford Handbook of Public Health Ethics 1.

Formica, Margaret K., Rajan, Sonali, and Simons, Nicholas. 2019. “Healthcare Indicators and Firearm Homicide: An Ecologic Study.Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research 11(2): 88-99.

Galea, Sandro, Branas, Charles C., Flescher, Andrew, Formica, Margaret K., Hennig, Nils, Liller, Karen D., Madanat, Hala N., Park, Andrew, Rosenthal, John E., and Ying, Jun. 2018. “Priorities in Recovering From a Lost Generation of Firearms Research.American Journal of Public Health 108(7):858-860.

Ghanie, Amanda, Formica, Margaret K., Wang, Dongliang, Bratslavsky, Gennady, and Stewart, Telisa. 2018. “Pathological Upstaging of Clinical T1 Renal Cell Carcinoma: An Analysis of 115,835 Patients from National Cancer Data Base, 2004-2013.Int Urol Nephrol 50(2):237-245.

Helfin, Collen, and Price, Ashley. 2018. “Emergency Food Assistance and the Great Recession.” Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 14(1-2):225-239.

HeflinColleen, Altman, Claire, and Rodriguez, Laura. 2019. “Food Insecurity and Disability in the United States.” Disability and Health Journal 12(2): 220-226.

HeflinColleen, and Price, Ashley. 2019. “Emergency Food Assistance and the Great Recession.” Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 14:1-2: 225-239.

HeflinColleen, Arteaga, Irma, Hodges, Leslie, Ndashiyme, Jean Felix, and Rabbitt, Matthew P. 2019. “SNAP Benefits and Childhood Asthma.”  Social Science & Medicine 220: 203-211.

Kates, Wendy R., Mariano, Margaret A., Antshel, Kevin M., Chandra, Shanel, Gamble, Hilary, Giordano, Marl, MacMaster, Eric, Mattar, Mirabella, St.Fleur, Diane, Faraone, Stephen V., and Fremont, Wanda P. 2018. “Trajectories of psychiatric diagnoses and medication usage in youth with 22q11.2 deletion syndrome: a 9-year longitudinal study.” Psychological Medicine 49(11):1914-1922.

Landes, Scott, London, Andrew, Wilmoth, Janet. 2018. “Mortality among Veterans and Nonveterans: Does Type of Health Care Coverage Matter?” Population Research and Policy Review 37(4): 517-537.

Landes, Scott D.and Lillaney, Nikita2019Trend Change in the Intellectual Disability Nursing Home Census from 1977 to 2004.” American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 124(5):427-237.

Landes, Scott D.and Weng, Suzie S. 2019. “Racial-Ethnic Difference in Intent to Leave among Home Health Aides.” Journal of Applied Gerontology 8. 

Landes, Scott D., London, Andrew S.  and Wilmoth, Janet M. 2018. “Mortality Differences Among Veterans and Nonveterans: Does Type of Health Care Coverage Matter?” Population Research and Policy Review 37(4):517-37.

Minkoff-Zern, Laura-Anne, Welsh, Rick, and Ludden, Maizy T. 2019. “Immigrant Farmers, Sustainable Practices: Growing Ecological and Racial Diversity in Alternative Agrifood Spaces.” Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 43(10).

Montez, Jennifer Karas, Zajacova, Anna, Hayward, Mark D., Woolf, Steven H., Chapman, Steven H. and Beckfield, Jason. 2019. “Educational Disparities in Adult Mortality across U.S. States: How Do They Differ and Have They Changed Since the Mid-1980s?Demography 56(2):621-644.

Montez, Jennifer Karas, Hayward, Mark D., and Zajacova, Anna. 2019. “Educational Disparities in U.S. Adult Health: U.S. States as Institutional Actors on the Association.” Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World 5:1-14.

Morley, Christoper P., Struwe, Sara, Pratte, Clayton, Morgan A., Wilson, Gerald H., Dicianno, Pamela E., Brad E., Formica, Margaret K., Schad, Laura A., Thibedeau, Judy, and Turk, Margaret A. 2019. “Survey of U.S. Adults with Spina Bifida.Disability and Health Journal 100833.

Ojinnaka, Chinnedum and Heflin, Colleen. 2018. “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Size and Timing and Hypertension-Related Emergency Department Claims Among Medicaid Enrollees.” Journal of the American Society of Hypertension 12(11):27-34.

Schildkraut, Jaclyn, Formica, Margaret K., and Malatras, Jim. 2018. “Can Mass Shooting Be Stopped? To Address the Problem, We Must Better Understand the Phenomenon.Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium, SUNY Rockefeller Institute of Government.

Walia, Bhavneet and Boudreaux, John C. 2018. “Hospital Mergers, Acquisitions, and Regulatory Policy Implications: Price, Cost, Access, and Market Power Effects.Managerial Finance 44.

Walia, Bhavneet, and Sanders, Shane. 2019. “Curbing food waste: A review of recent policy and action in the USA.” Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 34(2), 169-177.

Wang, Dongliang, Formica, Margaret K., and Liu, Song. 2018. “Nonparametric interval estimators for the coefficient of variation.International Journal of Biostatistics 14(1):1557-4679.

Zajacova, Anna and Montez, Jennifer Karas. 2018. “Explaining the Increasing Disability Prevalence among Midlife U.S. Adults, 2002-2016.Social Science & Medicine 211:1-8.