2008 Regional Quality Strategy Data Analysis Project I & II
Funding Source: Robert Wood Johnson Foundation ($225,888; $43,554)
Position: Project Director
Principal Investigator: Dennis Andrulis, PhD, Drexel University
2007-present Philadelphia Collaborative Violence Prevention Center (PCVPC) Centerpiece Research Project and Communication & Dissemination Core
Funding Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Direct costs: $)
Position: Co-Principal Investigator for Centerpiece Research Project; Research Faculty for Communication & Dissemination Core Principal Investigator: Joel Fein, PhD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Core Directors: John Rich, M.D., MPH, Thomas Henry, and Steve Leff, PhD
2007-present Moms and Girls In Check (MAGIC): Mother-daughter health education and health promotion program to reduce overweight and obesity
Funding: Drexel Center for Health Equality and College of Nursing and Health Professions ($6,000)
Position: Co-Prinicipal Investigator
Principal Investigator: Maggie O’Neil, PhD, MPH, Drexel University
Browne, R., Vaughn, N., Siddiqui, N., Brown, N., Delmoor, E., Randleman, P., Randleman, S., Gonzalez, L., Lewis, J., Lourie, R., Brown, H., Fraser-White, M., & Banks, S. Community-academic partnerships: Lessons learned from replicating a salon-based health education and promotion program. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research Education and Action (in press Summer 2009)
Wells, N., Sbrocco, T., Hsiao, C., Hill, L., Vaughn, N., Lockley, B. (2008). The Impact of Nurse Case Management Home Visitation on Birth Outcomes in African American Women. Journal of the National Medical Association, 100 (5), 1-6.
Sbrocco, T., Carter, M.M., Lewis, E.L., Vaughn, N.A., Kalupa, K.L., King, S., Suchday, S., & Osborn, R. (2005). Church Based Obesity Treatment for African American Women Improves Adherence. Ethnicity & Disease, 15 (2), 246-255.