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WISEWOMAN Journal Articles

The June 2004 issue of the Journal of Women's Health features 17 research articles about CDC's WISEWOMAN program. The overall goal of these articles is to review current WISEWOMAN demonstration programs and to select the best practices that can be useful to other programs and future WISEWOMAN sites. Authors examine a wide range of topics, such as issues in health disparities research, how to conduct local program evaluation, and specific programmatic strategies that boost success in a underserved population.

  • Vaid, Isam, Wigington, Charles, Borbely, Deborah, Ferry, Patricia, and Manheim, Diane. Journal of Women's Health. WISEWOMAN: Addressing the Needs of Women at High Risk for Cardiovascular Disease. July 2011, 20(7):977-982. doi:10.1089/jwh.2011.2850.
  • Vaid, Isam, Ahmed Kaha, May, Dianne, and Manheim, Diane (In Press). The WISEWOMAN Program: Smoking Prevalence and Key Approaches to Smoking Cessation among Participants from July 2008 to June 2013. Journal of Women's Health, April 2014, 23(4):288-295. doi:10.1089/jwh.2013.4712.
  • Khavjou O, Finkelstein E, Will J. 2007;21(4):267–273. Impact of Medication Use in a Multi-component Intervention: Results from the WISEWOMAN Program. American Journal of Health Promotion. Available at http://apt.allenpress.com/aptonline/?request=get-abstract&issn=0890-1171&volume=021&issue=04&page=0267.
  • Farris R, Sanders C, Stockmyer C. WISEWOMAN: Reducing Health Disparities in Women. The Digest: A Practice Group of the American Dietetic Association, Winter 2001.
  • Finkelstein EA; Troped PJ; Will JC; Palombo R. Cost–effectiveness of a cardiovascular disease risk reduction program aimed at financially vulnerable women: The Massachusetts WISEWOMAN Program. Journal of Women's Health & Gender Based Medicine 2002;11(6):519–526.
  • Ford ES, Will JC, DeProust Ford MA, Mokdad AH. Health insurance status and cardiovascular disease risk factors among 50–64 year–old U.S. women: Findings from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Journal of Women's Health 1998; 7(8):997–1006.
  • Nelson TL, Hunt KJ, Rosamond WD, Ammerman AS, Keyserling TC, Mokdad AH, Will JC. Obesity and associated coronary heart disease risk factors in a population of low–income African American and white women: North Carolina WISEWOMAN program. Preventive Medicine 2002; 35:1–6.
  • Rosamond WD, Ammerman AS, Holliday JL, Tawney KW, Hunt KJ, Keyserling TC, Will JC, Mokdad AH. Cardiovascular disease risk factor intervention in low–income women: the North Carolina WISEWOMAN program. Preventive Medicine 2000; 31(4):370–379.
  • Sellers DB, Thompson–Robinson M, Parra–Medina D, Wilcox S, Thompson N, Will, JC. Readability of educational materials targeting CVD risk factors in African American women. American Journal of Health Studies 2003;18:188–94.
  • Wilcox S. Parra–Median D. Thompson-Robinson M. Willl J. Nutrition and physical activity interventions to reduce cardiovascular disease risk in health care settings: a quantitative review with a focus on women. Nutrition Reviews 2001; 59(7):197–214.
  • Will JC, Massoudi B, Mokdad A, et al. Reducing risk for cardiovascular disease in uninsured women: combined results from two WISEWOMAN Programs. JAMA 2001;56(4):161–165.
  • The WISEWOMAN Workgroup Cardiovascular Disease Prevention for Women Attending Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Programs: The WISEWOMAN Programs. Preventive Medicine 1999;28:496–502.

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