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Hung DY, Glasgow RE, Dickinson LM, Froshaug DB, Fernald DH, Balasubramanian BA, Green LA. The chronic care model and relationships to patient health status and health-related quality of life. Am J Prev Med 2008;35(5 Suppl):S398-S406. abstract

Glasgow RE. eHealth evaluation and dissemination research. Am J Prev Med 2007;32(5 Suppl):S119-26. abstract

Ravesloot CH, Seekins T, Cahill T, Lindgren S, Nary DE, White G. Health promotion for people with disabilities: development and evaluation of the Living Well with a Disability program. Health Educ Res 2007;22(4):522–531. abstract

Alwan M, Mack DC, Dalal S, Kell S, Turner B, Felder RA. Impact of passive in-home health status monitoring technology in home health: outcome pilot (Proceedings). Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare, 2006-1st Transdisciplinary Conference April 2–4, 2006:79–82. Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/DDHH.2006.1624802. abstract pdf [175KB]

An LC, Zhu SH, Nelson DB, Arikian NJ, Nugent S, Partin MR, Joseph AM. Benefits of telephone care over primary care for smoking cessation — a randomized trial. Arch Intern Med 2006;166:536–542. abstract html

Glasgow RE. RE-AIMing research for application: ways to improve evidence for family medicine. J Am Board Fam Med 2006;19:11–19. abstract html pdf [92K]

Ipsen C, Ravesloot C, Seekins T, Seninger S. A financial cost–benefit analysis of a health promotion program for individuals with mobility impairments. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 2006;16(4):220-228. See

Greenlund KJ, Denny CH, Mokdad AH, Watkins N, Croft JB, Mensah GA. Using behavioral risk factor surveillance data for heart disease and stroke prevention programs. Am J Prev Med 2005;29( 5):81–87. abstract

Keller HH, Ostbye T, Goy R. Nutritional risk predicts quality of life in elderly community-living Canadians. J Geront—Biol and Med Sci 2004;59(1):68–74. abstract

Smith DW. The population perspective on quality of life among Americans with diabetes. Qual Life Res 2004;13(8):1391–1400. abstract

Houlihan BV, Drainoni ML, Warner G, Nesathurai S, Wierbicky J, Williams S. The impact of Internet access for people with spinal cord injuries: a descriptive analysis of a pilot study. Disabil Rehabil 2003;25(8):422–431. abstract

Ravesloot C, Seekins T, Ipsen C, Seninger S, Murphy-Southwick C, Brennan L, et al. A cost-effectiveness analysis of a community-based health promotion intervention for adults with mobility impairments (Final report). Missoula: University of Montana, Rural Institute on Disabilities 2003.

Hunt DC, Yonke CT. Use of a behavioral risk survey by employers to identify leading health problems among employees and their dependents. J Public Health Manag Pract 2002;8(4):26–32. abstract

Calsyn RJ, Winter JP. Predicting four types of service needs in older adults. Evaluation and Program Planning 2001;24(2):157–166. abstract

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Oral health in America: a report of the Surgeon General. Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office 2000. html

Ahern F. Quality of life, medications, and health among the elderly (TS–213 Final report–Part I). Department of Biobehavioral Health, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University; July 30, 1999.

Andresen EM, Prince-Caldwell A, Akinci F, Brownson CA, Hagglund K, Jackson-Thompson J, Crocker R. The Missouri disability and health project. Am J Prev Med 1999;16(35)63–71. abstract

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