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2004

Summary of Studies and Key Findings from 1999 - 2004
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Cardinal, B.J., & Kosma, M. (2004). Self-efficacy and the stages and processes of change associated with adopting and maintaining muscular fitness promoting behaviors. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75, 186-196.

Cardinal, B.J., Kosma, M., & McCubbin, J.A. (2004). Factors influencing the exercise behavior of adults with physical disabilities. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 36, 868-875.

Kosma, M., Cardinal, B.J., & McCubbin, J.A. (2004). Recruitment techniques among understudied populations and their implications for physical activity promotion. Quest, 56(4), 413-420.

Kosma, M., Cardinal, B. J., & McCubbin, J. A. (2004). Predictors of physical activity stage of change among adults with physical disabilities. American Journal of Health Promotion, 19(2), 114-117.

Nosek, M.A., Hughes, R.B., Howland, C.A., Young, M.E., Mullen, P.D., Shelton, M.L.(2004) The meaning of health for women with physical disabilities: a qualitative analysis. Fam & Comm Health 27(1) 6-21.

Nosek, M.A., Hughes, R.B., Howland, C.A., Young, M.E., Mullen, P.D., & Shelton, M.L., (2004). The meaning of health for women with physical disabilities: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Family and Community Health, 27(1), 6-22.

2003

Austin, D. (2003). Disabilities are risk factors for late stage or poor prognosis cancers. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 52-55). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/cancer.htm

Beatty, P. (2003). Health practices in managed care. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 28-34). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/healthpractices.htm

Cardinal, B. (2003). Transtheoretical strategies for physical activity. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 46-51). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/transtheoretical.htm

Cardinal, B. J., Kosma, M., & McCubbin, J. A. (2003). A national study of adults with physical disabilities' physical activity behavior using transtheoretical model constructs. [Abstract No. 407]. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 35(Suppl. 5), S75.

Culley, C.A., Hammond, L.A., Krahn, G.L., & Farrell, N. (2003). Health & wellness for teens living with disabilities: Understanding and becoming sensitive to the issues participant's manual. Portland, OR: Oregon Health & Sciences University. Order form

Culley, C.A., Hammond, L.A., Krahn, G.L., & Farrell, N. (2003). Health & wellness for teens living with disabilities: Understanding and becoming sensitive to the issues trainer's manual. Portland, OR: Oregon Health & Sciences University. Order form

Drum, C.E. (2003). Behavioral risk factor surveillance system project: Health status and disability. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 67-72). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf_briefs/brfss.htm

Frieden, L. The global disability community must respond to the critical challenges of the 21st century. International Rehabilitation Review, Vol. 52, No. 2 and Vol. 53, No. 1, May, 2003 Double Issue.

Kosma, M. (2003, July 18). Interactive vs. non-interactive electronically delivered motivational materials for physical activity initiation and enhancement among adults with physical disabilities. Doctoral dissertation, Oregon State University.

Kosma, M., Cardinal, B. J., & McCubbin, J. A. (2003). Factors influencing physical activity among adults with physical disabilities [2003 Research Consortium Graduate Student Award Winner]. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 74(Suppl. 1), Axix-Axx.

Krahn, G.L. (2003). Changing concepts in health, wellness and disabilities. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 6-19). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University.

Krahn, G.L. (2003). Survey of physician wellness practices with persons with disabilities. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 47-51). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/providerhealth.htm

Howland, C. (2003). Evaluation of a web site to educate women with physical disabilities about reproductive health maintenance. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 56-61). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/womens.htm

Isaacson-Kailes, J. (2003). Helping people with disabilities take charge of their healthcare. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 41-45). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/helpingpeople.htm

Litvak, S. (2003). Wellness policy study. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 35-40). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/wellnesspolicy.htm

Morrell, B. (2003). Healthy lifestyles for people with disabilities: An integrated approach to health and wellness. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 78-81). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/healthylifestyles.htm

Nosek, M.A., Hughes, R.B. (2003) Psychosocial issues of women with physical disabilities: The continuing gender debate. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 46(4), 224-233.

Nosek, M.A., & Hughes, R.B. (2003). Navigating the road to independent living (pp. 172-193). In Atkinson, D. (Ed.), Counseling Diverse Populations, 3rd ed., McGraw-Hill.

Hughes, R.B., Nosek, M.A., Howland, C.A., Groff, J., Mullen, P.D. (2003). Health promotion workshop for women with physical disabilities: A pilot study. Rehabilitation Psychology, 48(3), 182-188.

Powers, L. (2003). Health and wellness among persons with disability. In: RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003 (pp. 73-77). Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf_briefs/selfdetermination.htm

Putnam, M., Geenen, S., Powers, L.E., Saxton, M., Finney, S., & Dautel, P. (2003). Health and wellness: People with disabilities discuss barriers and facilitators to well being. Journal of Rehabilitation, 69 (1), 37 - 45.

RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). (2003). Changing Concepts of Health & Disability: State of the science conference & policy forum 2003. Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Also on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/sciconf/sciconf.htm

RRTC Health and Wellness Consortium (Eds.). (2003). RRTC: Health & Wellness Consortium 2002 Policy Forum. Portland, OR: Oregon Health and Sciences University. Available on-line at: http://www.healthwellness.org/training/td9.htm

2002

Horner-Johnson, W. & Drum, C.E. (2002). BRFSS Health Behaviors and outcomes project. NAFAPA goes northwest. NAFAPA 2002. Health and wellness: Opening doors and opening minds (p. 50). Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University.

Kaplan, D. & Litvak, S. (2002). Barriers to health and wellness from a disability perspective. Journal of Gender-Specific Medicine 5(2): 9-12.

Kosma, M., Cardinal, B. J., & Rintala, P. (2002). Theories and strategies for motivating individuals with disabilities to be physically active. NAFAPA goes northwest. NAFAPA 2002. Health and wellness: Opening doors and opening minds (p. 27). Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University.

Kosma, M., Cardinal, B.J., & Rintala, P. (2002). Motivating individuals with disabilities to be physically active. Quest, 54, 116-132.

Krahn, G.L. & Putnam, M. (2002) Qualitative methods in psychological research. In M.C. Roberts and S. S Ilardi (Eds), Methods of research in clinical psychology: A handbook. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.

Krahn, G.L., Turner, A.E., & Wingert, J. (2002). Physician practices to promote wellness in adults with physical disabilities. NAFAPA goes northwest. NAFAPA 2002. Health and wellness: Opening doors and opening minds (p. 48). Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University.

2001

Krahn, G.L. (2001). Creative Program Presentation. In: U.S. Public Health Service. Closing the Gap: A National Blueprint for Improving the Health of Individuals with Mental Retardation. (p. A-10). Washington, D.C.

Nosek, M.A., Hughes, R.B. (2001) Psychospiritual Aspects of Sense of Self in Women with Physical Disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation 67 (1) 20-25.

Walter, L.J., Nosek, M.A., Langdon, K. (2001) Understanding of Sexuality and Reproductive Health Among Women with and without Physical Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability 19 (3) 167-76.

Nosek, M.A. (2001) Introduction to the Special Issue: Research Update from the Center for Research on Women with Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability 19 (1) 165-66.

Grabois E., Nosek, M.A. (2001) The Americans with Disabilities Act and medical providers for women - Ten years after passage of the act. Policy Studies Journal Vol. 29 (4): 682-689.

Pendergrass, S. Nosek, M.A., Holcomb, J.D. (2001) Design and evaluation of an internet site to educate women with disabilities on reproductive health care. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 71-83.

Powers, L., Putnam, M., Geenen, S., Saxon, M., Finney, S., & Dautel, P. (2001). Health warriors: People with disabilities discuss definitions of, and facilitators and barriers to, being healthy and well. [Research Brief]

2000

Krahn, G.L. & Eisert, D. (2000) Qualitative methods in clinical psychology. In D. Drotar (Ed), Handbook of research methods in pediatric and clinical child psychology. New York: Plenum Press.

Krahn, G.L., Thom, V.A., Sokoloff, K. & Steinberg, M. (2000) Every child special: Every child safe: A call to action. Preventing maltreatment of children with disabilities. Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR.

Mash, E.J.& Krahn, G.L., (2000). Research strategies in child psychopathology. In M. Hersen and R.T. Ammerman (Eds.) Advanced abnormal child psychology, 2nd ed. Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Nosek, M.A. (2000) Overcoming the Odds: The Health of Women with Physical Disabilities in the United States. The John Stanley Coulter Lecture. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 81 (2), February, 135-138

Pellmar, T.C. & Eisenberg, L. (Eds). (2000). Bridging disciplines in the brain, behavioral, and clinical sciences. Washington, DC: National Academy Press (Krahn as IOM committee member and report contributor).

1999

Nosek, M.A. Howland, C.A. (1999) The impact of disability on the health and health maintenance behaviors of women. In Grabois M., Garrison, S., Hart, K., and Lehmkuhl D., (Eds). Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: The Complete Approach. (pp. 1829-1843). Blackwell Science, Inc. Cambridge, MA.

Welner, S., Nosek, M.A., Foley, C.C., Holmes, S.A. (1999) Practical considerations in the performance of physical examinations on women with physical limitations and disabilities. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey 54 (7) July, 457-462.

 

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