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NAME:             LAWRENCE W. GREEN                                    Revised: July 11, 2013

 

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PERSONAL:     Born, September 16, 1940 (Bell, California).           

                        Citizenship, United States; Canadian Permanent Resident Visa, 1991-99

 

EDUCATION:  University of California, Berkeley, B.S., 1962, public health, social sciences and biological sciences; M.P.H., 1966; Dr.P.H. 1968, public health education, minors in demography and psychometrics.

 

 

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PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

 

June 1958 to June 1962 – Part-time positions: Teaching Assistant (Community Health) and Research Assistant, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, 1961-62; Statistical Assistant, Department of Physiology, University of California, Berkeley, 1960-62.

 

June 1962 to September 1963 – Full-time externships: Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program (COSTEP), US Public Health Service, San Francisco and Washington, DC. Student Professional Assistant, Bureau of Health Education, California State Department of Public Health, Berkeley. Field Training for M.P.H., Contra Costa County Health Department, Martinez, CA.

 

September 1963 to September 1965 Ford Foundation Project Associate, University of California Public Health Education Research Project (East Pakistan Research and Evaluation Center), Dacca (now Dhaka, Bangladesh).  Family planning research, training and program planning in Dacca and demographic research in Karachi for the Pakistan Institute of Development Economics.

 

July 1, 1968 to June 30, 1970 Lecturer in Public Health and Coordinator, Doctoral Research Training in Public Health Education, School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley. 

July 1, 1970 to June 30, 1972Assistant Professor of Public Health Administration and Population Dynamics, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University.  Developed the graduate training programs in public health education and family planning communications, and the Johns Hopkins Extension M.P.H. program in Washington, DC.  

July 1, 1972 to June 30, 1977Assistant Dean; founding Head, Division of Health Education; Associate Professor of Health Services Administration, Population Dynamics, and Behavioral Sciences, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University.  Founding Director of health education training programs (M.P.H., Sc.M., Dr.P.H., Sc.D.) jointly with Departments of Health Services Administration and Population Dynamics and Center for Health Services Research and Development.  Project Director, first Johns Hopkins Extension M.P.H. Program in Washington, DC.  Director of Continuing Education programs of the School.

 

July 1, 1977 to June 10, 1979Professor of Health Services Administration, Population Dynamics and Behavioral Sciences, School of Hygiene and Public Health, and of Oncology, School of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University.  Head, Division of Health Education; Director of NIH-funded doctoral and postdoctoral research training programs in cancer and cardiovascular risk reduction; Director of Health Education Studies, Health Services Research and Development Center, and of Community Core for the Oncology Center, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. 

June 11, 1979 to June 30, 1981 – First Director, U.S. Office of Health Information, Health Promotion and Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine (now Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion), in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health (Surgeon General of the Public Health Service), Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C.

July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982Visiting Lecturer, Harvard University, Division of Health Policy Research and Education (Department of Social Medicine and Health Policy, Harvard Medical School; and Department of Behavioral Sciences, Harvard School of Public Health).

 

July 1, 1981 to January 31, 1988 – founding Director, Center for Health Promotion Research and Development
(a World Health Organization Collaborating Center, 1987-88 budget $3 million), The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Professor, Department of Family Practice and Community Medicine, The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Professor of Behavioral Sciences, The University of Texas School of Public Health. Founding Co-Director, Southwest Center for Prevention Research (one of first 3 CDC-funded Prevention Research Centers); Associate Director, Institute for Health Policy Education and Research: The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. 

February 1, 1988 to March 31, 1991Vice President, Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation and Director of the Health Promotion Programs. 

April 1, 1991 to September 30, 1991Visiting Research Social Scientist, Institute for Health Policy Studies, School of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco.

 

July 1, 1991 to August 15, 1999Director, Institute of Health Promotion Research, Faculty of Graduate Studies, and Professor and Head, Division of Preventive Medicine and Health Promotion, Department of Health Care and Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

August 16, 1999 to September 16, 2001 -- Distinguished Fellow/Visiting Scientist, Office on Smoking and Health, and Director, WHO-CDC Collaborating Center on Global Tobacco Control, Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Atlanta.

February 1, 2001 to September 16, 2001 – Acting Director, Office on Smoking and Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Atlanta. Member of U.S. Delegation to the Framework Convention Treaty Negotiations on Tobacco Control, World Health Organization.

 

August 27, 2001 to August 30, 2004 -- Director, Office of Science & Extramural Research; Associate Director for Prevention Research and Academic Partnerships, Public Health Practice Program Office, Distinguished Fellow/Visiting Scientist, Centers for Disease Prevention (CDC), U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Atlanta. Visiting Professor, Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, Rollins School of Public Health of Emory University.

 

September 1, 2004 to April 15, 2005 Visiting Professor, School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley. January 1 to June 30, 2005 Visiting Professor, Health and Society Program, University of Maryland College of Health and Human Performance, College Park, Maryland (25% time).  

 

April 15, 2005 to present – Professor, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Medicine, University of California at San Francisco; Program Leader 2005-06, Social and Behavioral Sciences; Co-Leader, 2007-2010, Society, Diversity and Disparities Program, UCSF Helen Diller Comprehensive Cancer Center (30% time). Member 2008-2012, Community Engagement and Health Policy Program of the UCSF Clinical Translational Science Institute. Faculty of the Society and Health Scholars Program of UCSF and UC Berkeley; and the UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education.

OTHER ACADEMIC, RESEARCH, BOARD & CONSULTING APPOINTMENTS (reverse chronological):

 

2004-present

 

Elected Member, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science, October 2009. Member, Committee to develop a framework for evidence on childhood obesity control, 2008-10; Committee on Valuing Nonclinical Community Prevention Policies and Wellness Strategies, 2011-2012. Chair, Committee on Evaluation of National and Community Progress in Obesity Prevention, 2012-2013. Member, Planning Committee for IOM Section 9 Annual Meetings, 2012, 2013.

 

Consultant, Grant Review Panels, National Prevention Research Initiative, Medical Research Council of the U.K., London, 2008- 2011; Tryg Foundation, Copenhagen, 2008-2013; Zon/MW national health research funding agency of the Netherlands, 2009-2010; National Health Institute of Portugal, Lisbon, 2009; Michael Smith Foundation, BC Canada, 2008-10; Co-leader of Study Tour of Public Health and Health Promotion in Canada for University of Wisconsin, 2009. Consultant to CDC National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Divisions of Oral Health, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Adolescent and School Health, Adult and Community Health (Prevention Research Centers), and Diabetes Translation, 2006-2009.

Group Health Cooperative Foundation’s Center for Community Research and Evaluation, 2005 and 2007.

CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, on Dissemination, Oct. 2004. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) two National Advisory Committees: on Practice-Based Research Network grants program; and on the RWJF Clinical Scholars Program, 2004-2011. Constella Health Group, 2004. National Human Genomic Research Institute, Behavioral and Social Research Branch, 2010.

 

Chair: peer review panels for research grant reviews of CDC, 2006,’08; Co-chair, CDC-sponsored Expert Panel to recommend national strategy for primary prevention of Type 2 diabetes, 2005-06 (see J Fam Prac 2012); chaired site visits to Yale Univ & Univ Michigan Clinical Scholars Programs Prevention Panel, Cancer Prevention Research Initiative of Texas, 2010-2012. Chair, National Advisory Committee for Salud America, RWJF grant program for obesity control studies in Hispanic populations.

 

    Consultant and Co-Chair, Association of Schools of Public Health and Legacy Foundation, STEP-UP Conferences in St. Louis, Chicago, and Nashville to review and strengthen initiatives on tobacco control teaching and research in schools of public health.  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2009-10; CDC-sponsored Committee to Plan the National Randomized Trial to Test the PolyPill, a proposed (BMJ, 2003) pharmaceutical combination of 5 preventive ingredients that could reduce heart attacks and strokes by over 80%, 2004-05. Chair, National Advisory Committee, Salud America! for research on obesity control in Latino populations for Robert Wood Johnson grant program, 2006-present. Chair, International Expert Panel of the Ontario Agency for Health  Protection and Promotion (OAHPP) Smoke Free Ontario Scientific Advisory Committee, 2009-2010; Chair, International Expert Advisory Panel for Evaluation of Community Health projects funded by the Ministry of Health and the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, Vancouver, BC, 2008-10; Chair, International Advisory Board for CAPTURE: Canadian Platform to Increase Usage of Real-World Evidence, 2010-2012; Chair, National Advisory Board, University of Arkansas Medical University (NIH) Center of Excellence on Minority Health, 2010-2013.

    Member on Community Preventive Services Task Force (http://www.thecommunityguide.org/about/task-force-members.html) , Member, Methods Subcommittee, Steering Committee for Health Communications Review and Tobacco Control reviews; Co-chair, Task Force committee for Annual Report to Congress, 2011 for 2012 report; member, 2012 for 2013 Report: www.thecommunityguide.org/annualreport/index.html.

   Boards of Directors, Pacific Institute for Health Research, 2008-2013 (2 terms); member, Audit Committee 2008-10; Governance Committee, 2010-13; nominations committee, 2011-13. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, 2005-2008. North American Quitline Consortium, 2010-2011. Founding board of directors of Health Promotion Advocates, 2008-2011, promoting passage of several laws in the Affordable Care Act and workplace health promotion, 2004-2011. North American Quitlines Consortium, 2011-2013.

 

Member, Methods Subcommittee; Health Communications Review Steering Committee; Tobacco Control reviews; and Co-Chair, Committee for the Task Force’s Report to Congress, 2010-11. Chair, External Advisory Board to Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, 2008-2011. Dean’s External Advisory Board, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health, Chapel Hill, 2006-2011. Member, California Breast Cancer Research Program Advisory Council, 2008-2009. National Advisory Board, Prevention Research Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005-.

Appointed by Governor to California Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee, 2006-2009; re-appointed, 2010-2013.

 

International Review Panel for External Review of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Feb 2006.

Board of Scientific Counselors, National Human Genomics and Health Research Institute, National Institutes of Health, 2004-2008. Chair, NIH-Johns Hopkins Genetics Counseling Graduate Training Program. Keynote address to the annual scientific retreat of NHGRI scientific staff.

 

Member, International Collaboration on Complex Interventions. An annual meeting of collaborators from Australia, Canada, UK, and USA, supported by an Interdisciplinary Capacity Enhancement Teams Grant Program of the Canadian Institute for Health Research through the University of Calgary International Collaborative Center for the Study of Social and Physical Environments and Health, 2004- 2010.

 

Visiting Professor, Wageningen University, the Netherlands, Oct 2005; Nov 2008; April 2009; March 2011. Faculty, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Society and Health Scholars Program, University of California at Berkeley and San Francisco, 2010-.  Health and Society Visiting Professor, University of Maryland School of Public Health, College Park, 2004-05; Visiting Professor, University of California School of Public Health, 2004-05.

 

2002-2004 (during CDC appointments when external affiliations limited to avoid conflicts of interest):

Visiting Professor, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, 20% time 2002-04.

 

Mentor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Substance Abuse Leadership Fellows Program.

 

Faculty, Swiss Health Promotion Foundation annual workshop, Vitznau, Switzerland.

 

Chair, Board of Visitors, University of Maryland College of Health and Human Performance (now School of Public Health), College Park, MD. Term ended Oct. 2005. 

 

1999-2001:

 

Appointed by Clinton Administration as member of U.S. delegation to the Framework Convention for Tobacco Control, and the Federal Interagency Working Group on FCTC Negotiating Guidance, representing CDC and the Department of Health and Human Services. Resigned May 2001.

 

Evaluation Advisory Committees of the State of California and State of Florida Tobacco Control Programs.

 

Resigned most of the consulting and board appointments listed below in 1999 to avoid conflicts of interest in government position.

 

19951999:

Adjunct Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine. Senior Associate, Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins University. Faculty Associate, Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia. Director and PI, BC Satellite Research Center, Canadian Sociobehavioural Cancer Research Network. Consultant, National Cancer Institute of Canada; Hills Ranch and Health Spa; Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research; Vancouver Foundation; Health Promotion Directorate, Health Canada; Japan Culture and Health Promotion Center, Tokyo; World Health Organization, Geneva; Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation; Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; University of Zurich, Switzerland, University of Sydney School of Public Health; National Institute for Dental Research (NIH); USAID and Ministry of Health, Indonesia. Vice Chancellor’s Best Practices Research Scholar, University of Newcastle, Australia, Aug.-Sept. 1996. Board of Visitors, Columbia University School of Nursing, 1995-98. Chancellor's Council, University of Texas System, 1996-98. PI or Co-PI on new grants from Health Promotion Directorate and Division of Research and Program Policy, Health Canada; BC Health Research Foundation; National Cancer Institute of Canada.

 

 

19941999:

Endowed Professorship in Health Promotion, University of British Columbia. Commissioned paper for Health and Welfare Canada, 1994. PI or Co-PI on new grants from BC Health Research Foundation; Health Canada; National Cancer Institute of Canada (1994-99); Medical Research Council of Canada (1994-95); Health Canada; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council; Heart and Stroke Foundation. Directed study team on Participatory Research in Health Promotion for the Royal Society of Canada.

19931999:

Co-Director and PI, BC Consortium for Health Promotion Research (1993-1998). Consultant, Kansas Health Foundation; Canadian Steering Committee on Enhancing Preventive Practices of Health Professionals. Senior Advisor, US Preventive Services Task Force, 1993-98. Commissioned papers for B.C. Telephone Co., 1993; American Heart Association, 1993; Royal Society of Canada, 1993-94; Scientific Advisory Board, University of Hawaii Center for Health Promotion Research, 1993. PI or Co-PI on new grants from Alcohol and Drug
Programs, BC Ministry of Health (1993-95); BC Health Research Foundation (1993-96); National Health Research and Development Program and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
(1993-97); Kaiser Youth Foundation.

19921999:

Adjunct Professor, Department of Community Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine.  Senior Associate, Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins University.  Associate, Health 2000, Atlanta, Georgia. Senior Advisor, Expert Panel on Preventive Services, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Scientific Advisory Boards, University of Illinois Prevention Research Center, 1991-; University of Hawaii Center for Health Promotion Research, 1993; University of Minesota Heart Health Program, 1986-93; University of Washington MPH Program in Health Education, 1992-93.  HealthTrac Foundation, Menlo Park, CA; and Health Management Foundation, San Francisco, CA. PI or Co-Principal Investigator on Evaluation of California AIDS Prevention Programs, Center for Health Policy Studies, University of California at San Francisco; Ministry of Health, British Columbia (1992-97); Bureau of Statistics, Yukon Ministry of Health (1992-95); BC Telephone Co.; BC Medical Services Foundation; UNICEF; International Development Research Center. Consultant, New Zealand Consortium of Medical Faculties (Aukland, Wellington, Christchurch, Ottago), 1992-94; St. Louis University School of Public Health; Alberta Cancer Board; Centers for Disease Control; Diabetes Research and Training Center, Albert Einstein Medical College, New York; National Productivity Board of Singapore; Ministry of Health of Singapore; Kansas Health Foundation; Kaufmann Foundation, 1993; Alive! CBC Television series; California State Smoking Control Program, 1992-94; Macro International, Inc., 1991-95. Peer Review Panel for National Cancer Institute of Canada, Panel K, 1992-93, Chair, Panel L, 1994-95. Commissioned Paper for California Wellness Foundation, 1992.

19911999:

Visiting Professor, Singapore National University, Department of Community, Occupational and Family Medicine, 1991. Visiting Professor, Shanghai Medical University, Shanghai, People's Republic of China, 1991. Board of Visitors, Pennsylvania State University, College of Health and Human Development, 1991-94, and Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound, Seattle, 1991-92.  Senior Scientist, University of North Carolina Center for Health Services Research. Chair, National Research Council Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention Research, National Academy of Sciences, 1989-92. Commissioned Papers for Foundation for Health Services Research, and U.S. Office of Substance Abuse Prevention, 1991. Consultant to Institute of Medicine Committee on Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 1990-91; UNICEF for workshops in Peoples Republic of China, May-June 1991. Scientific Advisory Board, University of Illinois Prevention Research Center, 1991-99.

19881991:

Visiting Professor, Faculty of Health Science, University of Limburg, Maastricht, The Netherlands, 2-3 weeks per year; remainder of visiting professorship shared with former colleagues at the University of Texas following move to the Kaiser Family Foundation. Resigned other consultancies and board memberships to avoid conflicts of interest in new Foundation grant-making position.

 

 

19811988:

Adjunct Professor, Department of Community Medicine and Department of Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine. Adjunct Professor, Departments of Sociology and Psychology: University of Houston.  Senior Associate, Division of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, Department of Health Policy and Management, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University.  Visiting Professor 1987-88, Faculty of Health Science, University of Limburg, Maastricht, the Netherlands.  Principal Investigator on grants, cooperative agreements and contracts from the Kellogg Foundation; the March of Dimes; Conoco, Inc.; the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation/Health (DHHS); the Workers' Institute on Safety and Health; the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Association; Baylor College of Medicine; The Association of Schools of Public Health; Centers for Disease Control; National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; National Cancer Institute; National Center for Health Statistics; American Lung Association; Campbell's Institute for Health and Fitness.  Consultant to World Health Organization, Geneva; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton; Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts and of Michigan; Faculdade de Saude Publica, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil; Rhode Island and Maryland State Health Departments; Abt Associates, Cambridge; Management Sciences for Health, Boston; Educational Objectives Exchange, Culver City; U.S. Office of International Health, The Veterans Administration, National Cancer Institute, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute and National Institute on Drug Abuse; American Red Cross; Medical Research Council and The Dental Health Foundation of New Zealand; United Nations Fund for Population Activities, to review the family planning and one child policy in China, 1985; Walt Disney Imagineering, for development of the Wonders of Life health pavilion at EPCOT, Orlando; Pan American Health Organization; WHOs Regional Office for Southeast Asia, New Delhi; The Drug Information Council of Sweden; Traffic Injury Research Council of Canada; Park‑Nicolette Medical Foundation; University of California School of Public Health, Berkeley; Kaiser Family Foundation; Louisiana State University Medical School; U.S. Corpo­rate Health Management; Gaulladet College; the Louisiana, Virginia, Kentucky, District of Columbia, Ohio, Hawaii, and Texas state health departments; Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia; Harvard University Center for Health Policy Research and Education; Health Education Council (London); Ulster Cancer Foundation (Belfast); Stanford University Heart Disease Prevention Program; Minnesota Heart Health Program; University of California Medical School at San Francisco; Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Wake Forest University; Depart­ment of Defense; Drug Information Association; American Arthritis Foundation; American Heart Association; American Cancer Society; American Lung Association; Canadian College of Family Physicians; National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; National Cancer Institute; Medicine in the Public Interest. 

19791981:

On leave of absence as Professor and Head, Division of Health Education, School of Hygiene and Public Health, The Johns Hopkins University.  Chairman, Department of Health and Human Services Steering Committee for National Health Promotion Program, and Nutrition Education Subcommittee. Overall respon­sibility for development, coordination and evaluation of the Federal 10-Year Plan for Health Promotion, the national media campaign on relative risks, the National Health Information Clearinghouse, national conferences on school health promotion and community health promotion, national surveys of health habits, employee health promotion and physical fitness, grant programs for research in disease prevention and health promotion with the National Center for Health Services Research, coordination of federal activities in research and development on health hazard appraisal and various efforts in monitoring and surveillance in relation to the disease prevention and health promotion “Healthy People” Objectives for the Nation for 1990.

19771979:

Principal Investigator on research grants from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (hypertension and continuing medical education in pulmonary diseases), National Cancer Institute, Boys' Clubs of America, and contracts with the Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene for community hypertension studies; institutional training grants from NIH (pre‑ and postdoctoral research training in the behavioral aspects of cardiovascular risk), and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (for graduate training in occupational health education).  Consultant to WED (Disney Enterprises) to develop the EPCOT health concept for Orlando; medical schools at Rutgers, University of California, San Francisco, University of Indiana, University of Alabama, Univer­sity of Wisconsin, and University of Michigan; National Council on Drugs; Kaiser Hospitals, San Diego; Genesee Valley Group Health Association and Monroe Community Hospital, Rochester; National Center for Health Education; Office of Technolo­gy Assessment, U.S. Congress; National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine; and continuing consultation to some of the other agencies listed below.

19741977:

Principal Investigator on research grants from the Health Services Administration and the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute; contracts from Federal Bureau of Health Education, NHLBI, and the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (HEW); and training grants for predoctoral and postdoctoral training in health education and behavioral aspects of cardiovascular diseases, from NIH; and for training in community health education, from the Bureau of Health Professions.  Director, Health Education Studies of the Center for Health Services Research and Development, The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.  Commissioned papers for the National Center for Health Services Research, National Commission for the Control of Epilepsy and its Consequences, National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association.  Associate of the Hopkins Population Center.  Consultant to the Veterans Administration; the Kellogg Foundation; John F. Kennedy Center for the Habilitation of Children; Arthur D. Little Co.; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; National Audiovisual Medical Center, Centers for Diseases Control, Long-Term Care Service, National Comprehensive Health Planning Service, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, and National Cancer Institute, USPHS; American College of Preventive Medicine; Rutgers School of Medicine; University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health; University of Texas Medical School; Comprehensive Health Planning Associ­ation of Western Pennsylvania; Blue Cross Association; National Foundation‑March of Dimes; Secretary of Health, State of Pennsylvania; Harvard School of Public Health; National Health Council; American Lung Association; Group Health Coopera­tive of Puget Sound; and continuing consultation to some of the other agencies listed below.

19701974: 

Principal Investigator on grants from the Planned Parenthood Association of Maryland, Population Council, the Meyer Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, the American Heart Association, and on contracts from the Family Planning Training Institute, the Institute for the Study of Social Behavior, the National Cancer Institute, and the Bureau of Health Manpower Education, National Institutes of Health.  Consultant to Planned Parenthood Association of Maryland; National Institutes of Health and Office of International Health, US Department of Health, Education and Welfare; US Agency for International Development; Illinois State Department of Public Health; Westinghouse Population Center, National Center for Health Services Research, American Heart Association, Macro Systems, Inc., Metropolitan Life, the Health Insurance Institute, Children's Television Workshop, and Public Affairs, Inc., New York; Cooperative Extension Service, University of Maryland; USAID; World Health Organization (Geneva, Tehran, New Delhi, Calcutta, Bangkok and Djakarta); Rutgers Medical School (Monmouth and Morristown Hospitals in New Jersey); The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore City Hospitals, and Provident Hospital, Baltimore; Rochester University School of Medicine and Dentistry; University of Maryland Community Pediatric Center; Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC; Kaiser-Permanente Hospital and Health Plan, Oakland; Columbia Health Plan, Maryland; and Montefiore and Roosevelt Hospitals, New York.  Faculty Supervisor to University Overseas Population Interns in Malaysia, Jamaica, Barbados, Paraguay and Columbia.

19661970:

Research Specialist, Family Research Center, Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute, Berkeley.  Consultant to National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; California Conference of Local Directors of Health Education; West Coast Community Surveys; Westinghouse Learning Corporation; OEO; and Kaiser Foundation.  Conducted study tour of health professionals through six Indian reservations in Arizona, 1970.  Personal Services Contract, Agency for International Development for training of AID Population Officers in demographic and program evaluation methods, 1969.  Faculty Research Grant for study of pregnancy and abortion counseling services of Planned Parenthood Associ­ation in Oakland and San Francisco.

 

HONORS AND AWARDS: 

Individual:

Lifetime Achievement Award, American Academy of Health Behavior, March 2013.

Distinguished 2012 Senator Frank R. Lautenberg Annual Lecturer Award, and graduation commencement address, School of Public Health, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey & Rutgers, May 2012.

Elected member, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science, October 2009.

Honorary Doctor of Science degree, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, October 21, 2006.

Mayhew Derryberry Award for Behavioral and Social Science Contributions to Health Education, American Public Health Association Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section, November 2004.

Tribute of Society for Public Health Education, naming the award for the annual best paper in the journal, Health Education and Behavior, the “Lawrence W. Green Best Paper Award,” from November 2004.

Honorario Presidente, Fundación para Educación de Salud, Madrid, Spain, from July 19, 2004.

Health Education Hall of Fame Award, Philadelphia, November 2002.

Special Service Award, CDC, for “outstanding leadership as Acting Director of the Office on Smoking and Health,” 2001.

Elected Fellow and Recipient of First Scholar Laureate Award, American Academy of Health Behavior, 1999-2000.

Healthtrac Foundation Health Education Prize for 1998 ($25,000, now called the Elizabeth Fries Health Education Award), at Society for Public Health Education, Washington, DC, November 14, 1998.

Health Promotion and Education Advocacy Award “For his advocacy to further health education as a profession and champion the science of evaluation for health promotion and disease prevention,” from
the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Association of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Public Health Education, Atlanta, May 28, 1997.

John P. McGovern Award, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston, 1997.

University of Newcastle Vice-Chancellor’s Best Practices Research Scholar Award, Faculty of Medicine, 1996.

Lansdowne Lecturer, University of Victoria, 1995.

University of British Columbia Killam Faculty Research Prize ($10,000), 1994.

American Public Health Association 1994 Award for Excellence ("for exceptionally meritorious contributions to the improvement of the health of the people ... creative work of particular effectiveness in applying scientific knowledge or innovative organizational work to the betterment of public health.") Washington, D.C., November 1, 1994.

Alumnus of the Year Award, University of California School of Public Health, Berkeley, 1994.

Doyen Jacques Perisot Medal (for body of writing on research and practice), International Union for Health Promotion and Education (Paris), presented at 14th World Conference on Health Education, Helsinki, 1991.

Tribute of friends and donors, establishing the Lawrence W. Green Scholarship Award at the School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley, 1990. Annual Fellowship awarded to a graduate student.

Professional Service Award, Association for the Advancement of Health Education, 1989.

First Virgnia S. DeHaan Award, Emory University, 1989. http://www.sph.emory.edu/alumni_friends/events/green.html

Alliance Scholar, American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 1988-89.

Fifth edition of Community Health selected first among "Books of the Year" by American Journal of Nursing, 1987.

AAHE Scholar Award, Association for the Advancement of Health Education, 1986.

Commendation of the National Center for Health Education, awarded at the Whitehead Forum, New York, 1986.

Distinguished Fellow Award, Society for Public Health Education, 1985.

National Honor Award of Eta Sigma Gamma, National Professional Health Science Honorary, 1982. Citation published in Eta Sigma Gamman, 1983.

Presidential Citation Award of the Association for Advancement of Health Education, 1981.

Distinguished Service Citation by the US Assistant Secretary for Health, 1981.

Lifetime Honorary Fellow, American School Health Association, 1981.

Honorary Fellow, Texas Public Health Association, 1981.

Most frequently cited author and author of 1st, 2nd, and 7th articles in ranking of "Most Frequently Cited Articles in Health Education, 1969-1977" (See Journal of School Health, 50:408‑410, 1980). Most cited author and article in health education journals, 1970-1979 (See J. School Health, December 1982 and Eta Sigma Gamman, 1982).

Distinguished Career Award, Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section, American Public Health Association, 1978. 

The "SOPHE TROPHY, annual award to the member of the Society for Public Health Education who contributed most to the development of services to the profession," 1974.

First Beryl J. Roberts Memorial Award for Research in Health Education, for monograph, The Dacca Family Planning Experiment, 1972, based on research in Bangladesh.

Recognition by Graduate Student Council for Outstanding Teaching, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, June 1970.

First prize awarded by Excerpta Medica Foundation for paper on Diffusion of Family Planning Knowledge, for Advances in Fertility Control, 1970.

First Prize in National Graduate Student Paper Competition of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, for paper on validity in family planning surveys, 1968.  See Public Opinion Quarterly 32:504, 1968.

U.S. Public Health Service Fellowship for Master's studies 1965-66, and for doctoral studies, U.C. Berkeley, 1966-68.

Elected to Delta Omega (Public Health Honorary Society) Berkeley, 1966; Johns Hopkins, 1979.

Ford Foundation Training Associate for family planning research in Pakistan, 1963-65.

Honorary Chairman, California Student Leadership Conference, 1961.

Chancellor's Committee on Educational Policy, University of California, Berkeley, 1960‑61.

Alpha Gamma Sigma; Distinguished Service Award; Bill J. Priest Leadership Award (highest student award); and Student Association Scholarship Award; American River Junior College, Sacramento, 1959-60.

Programs:

Alva and Gunner Myrdal Award to an agency of government for outstanding contribution to developing evaluation capacity among states, localities and partners, to CDC Office on Smoking and Health for Introduction to Program Evaluation for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs, American Evaluation Association, November 2002 (Director of Office and writing team).

National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Group Award to Global Youth Tobacco Survey Team of the Office on Smoking and Health for research article in WHO Bulletin (OSH Global Director and co-author), 2001; nominated and recognized in CDC-wide Shepard Award, 2001.

For the CBC Television Series, Alive! The Picture of Health. (Founding Advisory Board Member, 1991-98):

The Chris Awards Certificate of Honorable Mention for the 43rd Annual Columbus International Film and Video Festival, October 1995.

The Information Series Institute Award of Merit to Vive Communications Ltd., September 1994.

Columbus Award from the Columbus Film Festival, November 1994.

HYGEIA Award (second place) for Excellence in Health Care Communication (Film/Electronic Publication - General) from the Health Care Public Relations Association, June 1994.

Canadian Nurses Association Media Award for Excellence in Health Reporting, March 1994.

National Association of Prevention Professionals and Advocates, Foundation Award to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation for its Health Promotion Program, 1990 (Program Director and Vice President).

ADDY awards (2 categories) and Clio Award for public service announcements of Project LEAN, to Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, and Levine, Huntley, Schmidt and Beaver, 1990 (Program Director & VP).

SOPHE Program Excellence Award for A Su Salud, to University of Texas Center for Health Promotion Research and Development, 1989 (Center Director).

USDHHS Secretary's Health Promotion Innovation Award for Harris County Mobile Health Education Project, 1985 (Advisory Board Member, 1982-88).

Media Award of the Health Education Center of Pittsburgh for the National Health Promotion Media Campaign to the US Office of Health Information, Health Promotion, Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, 1982 (Director of the Office, organizer of the campaign).

Biographies:

Outstanding Young Men in America, 1966; Who's Who in North America, 1975; Who's Who in the East, 1976; Who's Who in Health, 1977, 1981; American Men and Women of Science, 1976-78, 1992-94, 1997;
Men of Achievement (Cambridge, England), 1981, 1982, 1985; Personalities of America, 1982, 1984; Directory of Distinguished Americans, 1983; Who's in the Biobehavioral Sciences, 1986; Contemporary Authors, 1986, 1989; 1994; International Who's Who in Medicine, 1986; 2nd edition 1996; Who’s Who in the West, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994-95, 1996-97 (25th edition); Who's Who in Human Services, 1991-92; Key Leaders in Health Education: A Century of Commitment, 1991; Who's Who in American Education, 1992-93, 1996-97 (5th edition); Who's Who Among Human Service Professionals, 1992-93; Dictionary of International Biography, 1993-94;  “Inside the Academy Profiles Dr. Lawrence W. Green” [American Academy of Health Behavior], American Journal of Health Behavior, Vol. 23, No. 3, 2000, pp. 235-236 [also online at
http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2003/27-4-19.htm].  Citation on award of first AAHB Research Laureate Award [Amer J Health Behavior, Vol. 25, No. 3, July-August 2001, http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2001/25-3-1.htm and profile by RJ McDermott in Vol. 23, No.3, also online at http://www.ajhb.org/issues/1999/23-3-6.htm. Who’s Who in America, 2010, 2011, 2013. Who’s Who in the World, 2011, 2013, 2014. Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_W._Green.

 

KEYWORD/AREAS OF INTEREST

 

Social and behavioral aspects of public health. Policy and program implications of health research and evaluation. Transdisciplinary development of practice-based research and the dissemination, translation and implementation of research in practice; health education of the public, patient education, external validity.

 

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

ORGANIZATIONS AND SCHOLARLY SOCIETIES

 

Member, Institute of Medicine, National Academies, 2009-.

Fellow, American Public Health Association. Member 1960-present, Elected Fellow 1966 (this membership category later eliminated). Executive Council, Maryland Public Health Association 1972-73. APHA Governing Council 1974‑76. CEPH (Accreditation Council of APHA and Association of Schools of Public Health) 1974‑77. Various committees of Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section 1970‑98. Advisory Committee on Community Health Education Accreditation 1975-76. Distinguished Career Award 1978. Award of Excellence, 1996. Member, Editorial Board (2 terms), American Journal of Public Health, 1997-2001; Mayhew Derryberry Award for Social and Behavioral Science Contributions, 2004; Emeritus Member, 2005-.

Fellow, Society for Public Health Education 1962-present. Chair 1969-72, Research and Studies Committee. Editor, Health Education Monographs 1973-75; Managing Editor 1973-77. SOPHE Trophy, 1974.  Committees on Health Education in Medical Care and Continuing Education 1974-75.  Joint Committee with AMA on Health Education Terminology 1975. Task Force on Professional Preparation and Practice 1975-76.  Keynote Speaker 1978. Editorial Board, 1981-84; President-Elect and Chairman of the House of Delegates 1982-83. President and Chair of the Board of Trustees 1983-84. Chair Mid-Year Scientific Conferences 1984 and 1985. Distinguished Fellow 1985. Joint SOPHE-AAHE Committee on Merger 1984-91. History Committee 1991-1992, Keynote speaker, Mid-year Scientific Conference, 1992; Awards Committee, 1997-98. Senior Emeritae Editors’ Advisory Panel, Health Education Quarterly, 1988-94; Health Education and Behavior, 1995-present. Healthtrac Foundation (Fries Prize) Award Speaker, 1998; Closing Keynote speaker, 1999. Best paper of each year in Health Education & Behavior named by the Board the “Lawrence W. Green Paper of the Year Award,” from Nov. 2004 to present.

Fellow, Delta Omega Public Health Honorary Society, Berkeley 1966; Johns Hopkins 1979.

National Honorary Fellow, Eta Sigma Gamma, Professional Health Science Honorary 1982.

Fellow, Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research 1978-present.

Fellow, American School Health Association. Member 1976; Keynote Speaker 1978; Honorary Lifetime Fellow 1979.

Fellow, Society for Behavioral Medicine. Member since 1984. Elected to Board as Member-at-Large 1985. Elected Fellow 1986. Liaison to CDC 1986‑87. Education and Training Committee 1986‑87. Executive Committee 1987-88; nominated as candidate for President-Elect, 1991. Invited speaker, 2011.

Associate Fellow (Honorary), American Academy of Kinesiology and Physical Education 1980 - present.

Fellow, American Academy of Health Behavior, 1998; Editorial Board, AJHB, 1998-2010. First AAHB Scholar Laureate, 2000. Scientific Program Committee, Annual Conference, 2003. Lifetime Achievement Award, 2013.

Member, American Evaluation Association, 1995- present. Canadian Evaluation Society, 1996- 1999. Atlanta Area Evaluation Association, 2001-04. Keynote speaker, Australia-New Zealand Evaluation Association, 2000. Gunner and Alva Myrdal Award of the American Evaluation Association, 2003.

Member, American Sociological Association 1967-79. Medical Sociology Section.

Member, The Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association and the Society of Hygiene 1970-.

Member, International Union for Health Promotion and Education 1963-present. Editorial Board, International Journal of Health Education, 1974-82. Technical Development Board 1978-88. Keynote Speaker in London, 1979.  Board of Trustees, U.S. Host Committee for 1988 World Conference in Houston, 1986-88.  Doyen Jacques Perisot Medal, 1991. Editorial Board, Hygie, 1989-93. Planning Committee, North American Regional Conference, Toronto, 1992.  Scientific Committee and Closing Keynote for 1995 IUHPE XV World Conference in Tokyo, Japan, 1993-95; Scientific Committee for XVI Conference in Puerto Rico, 1998. Editorial Board for Review of Health Promotion & Education Online, 2000-2007. Editorial Board, Health Education Research, Theory and Practice, 1999-2008. Scientific Planning Committee, 4th Nordic Conference on Health Promotion Research.

Member, Association for the Advancement of Health Education 1976-2013. Elected Fellow, 2013. Presidential Citation, 1981. Ex-officio member of five Joint Committees with SOPHE 1983-84. Co-Chairman, Joint Task Force on Merger 1984-86. AAHE Scholar Award 1986. AAHPERD Scholar Award 1988. Professional Service Award 1989. AAHPERD Scholar Committee 1990-91. Executive Editorial Advisory Panel, 2008-.

Founding Member, American Society of Preventive Oncology 1976-2010. Program Committee 1978.  Co‑Chairman, Membership Committee 1978. Executive Committee 1978-81.

Member, National Council for International Health (now Global Health Council) 1987-2004. Program Committee 1987. Keynote speaker on global tobacco control, 2001.

Member, Grantmakers in Health 1988-91. Program Planning Committee 1989.  Keynote, Conference on Community Programs 1990.

Member, National Committee on Mental Health Education 1972-74.

Member, Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine 1973-83. Committee on Academic Relationships between Schools of Public Health and Departments of Preventive Medicine, 1973. Editorial Board, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 1977-83; and 1988-present.

Member, American Association for the Advancement of Science 1985-91.

Charter Associate, National Center for Health Education 1984-90; Charter member of the NCHE Council 1986-88. Commendation by the Board (Whitehead Forum) 1986.

Member, Population Association of America 1965-75. Membership Committee 1971.

Member, Society of Nutrition Education 1985-88.

Member, Drug Information Association 1985-87.

Member, Society for Prospective Medicine 1981-89, Keynote Speaker, 1993.

Member, Association for Health Services Research 1987-92.

Chairman, Professors of Health Education in Schools of Public Health 1973.

President-Elect and Program Chair 1969-70, Northern California Society of Public Health Educators. Keynote Speaker 1983 and 1988, 2004, and for 50th anniversary conference July 2000.

President, Public Health Undergraduate Association 1960-61; Member, Chancellor's Committee on Educational Policy 1960-61; Member, California Alumni Association, 1986-present, University of California, Berkeley.

Student Association President 1958-59 and President, Alpha Gamma Sigma Honorary Society 1959-60, American River College, Sacramento.

Member, British Columbia Public Health Association 1991-1999.

Member, Canadian Public Health Association 1991-2007.

Member, Canadian Association of Teachers of Community Health 1991-1999.

Member, Canadian Society for International Health 1991-1999.

Member, Society for Community Research and Action, American Psychological Association 1995-1999.

Member, Board of Scientific Counselors, National Health and Genomics Research Institute, NIH, 2004-09.

Member, California Academy of Science, 2009-present.

 

EDITORIAL POSITIONS:

Chairman, Editorial Board and Editor, Health Education Monographs, 1972-75.

Editorial Board Consultant, International Journal of Health Education, Geneva, 1974-82.

Senior Editorial Board, Journal of Family and Community Health, 1978-96.  Editorial Board, 1996-2001.

Editorial Board, Evaluation and Program Planning, 1982-1992.

Editorial Consultant Board, Journal of Community Health, 1977-1999.

Editorial Consultant, Journal of Public Health Policy, 1979-1988.  Editorial Board, 1988-1994.

Founding Editorial Board, Journal of Patient Education and Counseling, 1978-82. Consulting Editor, 1992-present.

Founding Editorial Board, Physician's Patient Education Newsletter, Johns Hopkins University, 1978-80.

Editorial Board, BASELINE (newsletter on evaluation), Kellogg Foundation and University of North Carolina Center for Health Services Research, 1982-88.

Founding Advisory Board, Appetite: The Journal for Research on Intake, Its Control and its Consequences, 1979-82.

Editorial Board, Health Education Quarterly, 1981-84. Editors Emeriti Advisory Board, ongoing.

Founding Editorial Board, Texas Health Letter, 1981-88.

Editorial Advisory Board, Behavioral Health: A Handbook of Health Enhancement and Disease Prevention, John Wiley, 1981-84.

Founding Editorial Board, Advances in Health Education and Promotion, 1983-91.

Editor, Special Issue of Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 1983. Special issues of Health Education Monographs, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1984; special issues of American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2004; 2008; 2010.

Associate Editor, Evaluation Review (formerly Evaluation Quarterly), 1984-86.

Editorial Committee, Annual Review of Public Health, 1986-1990.

Founding Editorial Board, American Journal of Health Promotion, 1986-2011.  Editor of quarterly section on "Evaluation Model," 1986-87, and Editor of Research Methods section, 1986-93. Editor of Methods, Issues, and Results in Evaluation and Research, 1994-2011.

Founding Editorial Board, Health Communication.

Senior Advisory Panel of Editors Emeriti, Health Education & Behavior, (formerly, Health Education Quarterly), 1988-present.

Editorial Board, Health Education Research, Theory and Practice, 1997-2004.

Editorial Board, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 1977-1983, 1988-present. 

Editorial Advisory Board, Maxcy-Roseneau Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 13th edition, 1989-91.

Editorial Board, Hygie (International Union for Health Promotion and Education, Paris), 1989-1993.

Editorial Contributing Board, Policy Watch, American Journal of Medicine, 1991-1997.

Editorial Advisory Committee, Health Policy Annual (Vol. 2), Association of Academic Health Centers, 1991.

Consulting Editor, international journal Patient Education and Counseling, 1994-present.

Editorial Advisory Board, Health Promotion in Canada/ Promotion de la Santé au Canada, 1996-1999.

Editorial Board, Community Health: Education and Promotion Manual. Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1996 and 1997 editions, periodic updates 1997-present. Second Edition, 2002.

Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Public Health (Revista de Saúde Pública), 1996-1998; 1998-2004.

Editorial Advisory Board, Health Promotion Forum, Victoria Health Promotion Foundation, 1997.

Editorial Advisory Board, Wellness Associates Journal, 1997-98.

Editorial Board, American Journal of Public Health, 1997-2001 (two terms).

Editorial Board, American Journal of Health Behavior, 1998-2007.

Founding Associate Editor, Encyclopedia of Public Health, NY: Macmillan, 1998-2002.

International Editorial Advisory Panel, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 1999-.

Editorial Board for special issues of Health Education & Behavior on Australian health promotion, 1999-2001; and on Participatory Research, 2001-2002.

Founding Editorial Board, Review of Health Promotion & Education Online, IUHPE, 2000-2007.

Founding Editorial Board, Dictionary of Public Health. NY, London: Oxford Univ Press. 2002.

Editorial Board, British Medical Journal USA, London & Washington, DC, 2004-2006.

Founding Editorial Board, Academic Public Health section of Public Health Reports, 2005-2006.

Founding Editorial Board, Implementation Science, A Biomed online journal, 2005-2014; Senior Advisory Board, 2012-2014.

Editorial Board, Evaluation and the Health Professions, 2005-.

Founding Editorial Board, Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, & Action, 2005-

Associate Editor, Annual Reviews of Public Health, 2006-2015.

Executive Editorial Advisory Panel, American Journal of Health Education, 2008-2009. 

Founding Editor in Chief, Oxford Bibliographies Online—Public Health, 2010-2012.

Founding Editorial Board, Health Behavior and Policy Review, 2013-2015.

 

 

OTHER NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL PANELS, BOARDS & COMMITTEES (chronological):

Regional Planning Council,  (U.S.) President's Committee on Health Education, 1971-72.

Policy Committee, National Health Council Project to develop the National Center for Health Education, 1974‑75.  Two advisory committees for NCHE, 1978.

Founding member, Council on Education for Public Health, representing schools of public health, 1974-77.

Chairman, site-visit committees for accreditation of schools of public health and graduate programs in community health education at seven universities, 1974-90.

National Board of Governors, Institute for Health Education, United Hospitals, Minneapolis-St. Paul, 1974-75.

Ad Hoc Advisory Committees for National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, 1973; 1976; 1982-83; 2010-2011; and for National Cancer Institute, 1978; 1985; 1986; 2010-2012 for training institute on dissemination and implementation research; National Human Genome Institute, 2007-2011.

Expert Panel, Consumer Health Education, American College of Preventive Medicine and Fogarty International Center, N.I.H., 1976.

Chairman, Symposium on Health Education for Hypertension Patients, American Public Health Association, 1975.

Chairman, Sectional Sessions on Patient Counseling in Chronic Diseases, First International Congress on Patient Counseling, Excerpta Medica Foundation, Amsterdam, 1976.

Task Force on Lung Diseases, NHLBI, 1976.

Work Group on Public Awareness and Health Information for National Immunization Conference, appointed by Assistant Secretary for Health, USDHEW, 1976.

Institute of Medicine Committees on Quality of Medical Care, 1976; and on Patient Package Inserts, 1978‑79, and on Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 1990-91; Chair of Committee on Assessing the first decade of the Prevention Research Centers, 1994-96; and member on Closing the Evidence-Practice Gap, 2010-2011; and on Valuing of Community-Based Prevention, 2011-2012; and chair, Committee on Evaluating Progress of National and Community Obesity Prevention Efforts; National Academy of Science.

Task Force on Research in Health Education, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1978.

Genetics Education Advisory Group, Bureau of Community Health Services, HSA, PHS, 1980.

Planning Committee for National Health Forum, National Health Council, 1979-80.

Education Advisory Committee (peer review of grant applications), National Foundation-March of Dimes, 1979-87.

Planning Committee and Workgroup Chairman, Health Care Conferences, National Diabetes Advisory Board, 1980.

Planning Committee of HEW's Office of Consumer Affairs, 1980.

Chairman, Nutrition Education Subcommittee; Member, Nutrition Policy Board and Nutrition Coordinating Committee, Department of Health and Human Services, 1980-81.

Advisory Committee, Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1980.

Scientific Advisory Committee, University of Minnesota Heart Health Project, 1981-87, 1991-93.

Advisory Committee to the Institute for Policy Research and Evaluation, Pennsylvania State University, 1981-83.

Advisory Committee to National Red Cross Self Health Care Media Project, 1981‑82.

Professional Advisory Board, International Inst. of Preventive and Stress Medicine, Toronto, 1982-83.  National Advisory Committee for the Wallingford Wellness Project, University of Washington Seattle and US Administration Aging, 1981-82; School Health Curricula Evaluation conducted by Abt Associates for the US Centers for Disease Control, 1981-85; Veteran's Administration Patient Health Education Program, 1982-83.

Professional Advisory Panel, Health Promotion Inst., Inc., Northampton, MA, 1982.

Chairman, NHLBI and NIAID Conference on Self-management of Asthma in Children, Washington, D.C., 1983.  Editor of proceedings.

Chairman, Committee to Develop Behavioral Science Requirements for Association of Schools of Public Health, 1983.

Abstracts Committee, National High Blood Pressure Conference, 1984-85.

Scientific Advisory Board, Fox Chase Cancer Center, 1985-88.

U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, USDHHS, 1985-88.

National Committee on Vital and Health Statistics, 1985-87.  Chairman, Subcommittee on Data Gaps in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 1986-87.

American Cancer Society National Advisory Committee on Cancer Prevention and Detection, 1985-87;
Public Education Subcommittee on Youth Education, 1985-86; Committee on Screening, Education
and Detection, 1991-92.

National Advisory Committee on Research, American Red Cross, 1985-87.

National Advisory Committee, Louisiana State University Medical School's National Heart Research and Demonstration Center--Arteriosclerosis, 1985-86.

Chairman, Academic Review Panel, Graduate Division, San Diego State University, 1986.

Advisory Board, National Health Network, 1985-87.

Advisory Panel, U.S. Corporate Health Management, 1985-86.

Board of Trustees, U.S. Host Committee for the 13th World Conference on Health Education; Chairman, Gateway Cities; Finance Committee, 1985-88.

Health Education Research Advisory Panel, 1986, and Expert Committee on Report of the Council on Scientific Affairs on Efficacy of Health Education in Primary Care, American Medical Association, Chicago, 1987-89, JAMA 263:1816, 1990.

Advisory Board, National Wellness Research Fund, Hermann Estate, 1985-87.

Planning Board, Office of Cancer Communications, National Cancer Institute, 1986-87.

World Health Organization Expert Advisory Panel on Information, Education and Communication for Health, 1986-94.

Evaluation Advisory Committee, Kaiser Family Foundation, 1986-87.

Advisory Board to Walt Disney Imagineering and Metropolitan Life for the development of the Life and Health Pavilion at EPCOT, Orlando, 1987-1998.

Advisory Council, Simul-AIDS Project (simulation tools in support of AIDS education and health care management), 1987-88.

Advisory Committee on National AIDS Information Campaign, Centers for Disease Control, 1987-88.

Visiting Committee, College of Health and Human Development, Pennsylvania State University, 1988-89, 1991-95.

Carnegie Council on Adolescent Development, 1988-89: Task Force on Education of Young Adolescents;
Co-Chair, Committee on School Health.

National Commission on the Role of School and Community in Improving Adolescent Health, for American Medical Association, National Association of State Boards of Education, and Centers for Disease Control, 1989-90.

Chairman, National Research Council Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention Research, National Academy of Sciences, 1989-91.

External Scientific Advisory Committee, Prevention Research Center, The University of Illinois at Chicago, 1991-99.

Advisory Board to the International Heart Health Conference, sponsored by Health and Welfare Canada, 1991-93.  Committee on Implementation, 1993.

Chair, Panel K (Behavioural and Psychosocial Sciences), National Cancer Institute of Canada, 1991-93.

Founding Advisory Board for CBC Television Series, "Alive!", 1992-1999 (see Awards/Programs, p. 9).

Global Social Mobilization Training and Research Program Curricula Advisory Committee, UNICEF and Tulane University School of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 1992-93.

Prevention Centers Grant Review Committee for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Appointed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC. 1993-1995.

Chair, Working Group to develop proposal on evaluation of health promotion research for Royal Society of Canada, 1992-94.

Chair, Panel L (Community Studies, Health Promotion and Health Services Research), National Cancer Institute of Canada, 1993-96.

Director-at-Large, Board of Directors, Canadian Network for Asthma Care, 1994-97.

Advisory Committee, Women's Health Initiative, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1993-94.

Co-Chair, Planning Committee for Second (Canadian) National Health Promotion Research Conference, 1992-93.

Board of Directors, Canadian Network for Asthma Care. Planning Committee, first and second national conferences on Asthma Education, 1993-99.

Chair, Organizing Committee, National Conference on Diffusion and Dissemination Research, 1994-95.

Board of Visitors, Columbia University School of Nursing, 1996-99.

Body Project Advisory Committee, Science World, British Columbia, 1994-1996.

Technical Advisory Group, Division of Child Health and Development, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1996-1999.

Strategic Advisory Committee of the Center for Behavioural Research and Program Evaluation, National Cancer Institute of Canada, 1996-98.

Chair, Institute of Medicine Committee to Review Prevention Research Centers, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, 1996 (see report, Stoto, Green & Bailey, editors, National Academies Press).

National Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee on Prevention Strategies, American Cancer Society, 1997.

Scientific Committee, XVIth World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 1998.

International Advisory Board, 3rd International Heart Health Conference, Singapore, 1998.

National Committee on Partnerships for Children’s Health (CDC and Harvard School of Public Health, 1997-2001).

Founding Member, Editorial Board and Associate Editor for development and publication of first Encyclopedia of Public Health, Macmillan, 1998- 2002.

Scientific Committee ‘Heelsum III,’ Conference on Nutrition and Health (10-12 December 2001), the Netherlands, 1998-2000; 2002-2004 for Heelsum IV; 2006-2007 for Heelsum V; 2009-2010 for Heelsum VII.

Delegate, US Delegation to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, representing CDC in the negotiation of the first treaty on health sponsored by the World Health Organization, 2000-2001.

International Steering Committee for 12th World Conference on Tobacco or Health, Helsinki, 2001-2002.

Ex-officio member of Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health, Office of the Surgeon General, US Dept of Health and Human Services, 2001.

CDC Excellence in Science Committee and subcommittee on Research Agenda; ex-officio member of Steering Committee for Extramural Prevention Research and [new] Office of Public Health Research, 2001-04. 

Member, Prevention Research Coordinating committee, NIH, 2001-04.

CDC Search Committee for Director of Prevention Research Centers Program, CDC, 2002.

Member, Clinical Research Roundtable, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Science, 2001-2003; co-chair & co-editor, Workshop on Engaging the Public in the Clinical Research Enterprise, 2003.

National Advisory Committee for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Prescription for Health: Promoting Healthy Behaviors in Primary Care Research Networks grant program, 2002-2008.

Technical Advisory Committee, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of American, National Community Anti-Drug Coalition Institute, May 2003-2004.

Research Coordinating Committee of the Department of Health and Human Services, Translational Research subcommittee, 2003-2004.

Co-Chair, CDC Futures Initiative Working Group on Public Health Research, 2003.

Member, National Commission on Community-Engaged Scholarship in the Health Professions, 2003-2004.

Co-Chair, Search Committee for CDC Deputy Director for Science (now named Chief of Science), 2003-04.

Co-Chair, CDC-sponsored Panel to Review and Propose Research and Policy on a Polypill Option for Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke, 2004-05 (see Annals of Internal Med., 2006).

Member, Scientific Committee, Fourth Nordic Conference on Health Promotion Research, Esbjerg Højskole, Denmark, 2004-2006.

International Review Panel, Canadian Institutes of Health Research, for Year 5 Review, Report 2000-2005.

US Task Force on Community Preventive Services, 2007-2010.

Chair, External Expert Advisory Panel for the British Columbia Healthy Living Alliance Project, Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, Vancouver, 2007-present.

External Advisory Board to the Institute for Health Promotion Research, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2008-present.

Canadian Roundtable on Health Impact Assessment, Montreal, 2008.

Chair, External Review Panel, Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, University of Toronto, 2008.

Chair, Site Visit Review Committee, Yale University Clinical Scholars Program, and University of Michigan Clinical Scholars Program, for Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 2009.

Chair, External Scientific Review Panel to Ontario Tobacco Control Program, 2009-2010.

Chair, National Advisory Committee, Arkansas Center for Health Disparities, University of Arkansas Medical University, College of Public Health, 2010-2011.

Chair, Peer Review Panel on Prevention, Cancer Prevention Research Initiative of Texas, 2008-present.

Chair, International Advisory Committee, CAPTURE Project on Practice-Based Evidence Platform supported by a consortium of Canadian chronic disease control funders and based at Simon Fraser University, 2010-2012.

Co-Chair, Task Force on Community Preventive Services Committee to prepare First Annual Report to Congress and to Agencies Related to the Work of the Task Force, 2010-2011.

Board of Directors, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, 2008-present.

Board of Directors, North American Quitline Consortium, 2011-present.

Observational Study Monitoring Board (OSMB) for the Healthy Communities Study, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, 2011-present.

Member, co-author, IOM Committee on An Integrated Framework for Assessing the Value of Community-Based Prevention. Report published by National Academy Press, October 29, 2012.

Chair, IOM Committee on Evaluation of Progress of National and Community Efforts in Obesity Control, 2012-2013, Institute of Medicine, National Academies.

 

 

SERVICE ON UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES:

University of California at Berkeley: Chairman, Health Education Curriculum Committee, and Member, Faculty Activities Committee, School of Public Health, 1968‑70. Field training preceptor, 1988-92. Scholarship fund created in my name with donations from friends on my 50th birthday, Sept 1990. Alumnus of the Year, 1994. Advisory Committee for School-wide Doctor of Public Health Program, 2004-present. Advisor to campus-wide Student Health Services obesity control program, 2005.

Johns Hopkins, university-wide:  Member, Committee on Instruction for the Master of Mental Health Program, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 1974-75. Continuing Education Advisory Committee, JHMI, 1974-77.  University Council on Educational Media and Technology, 1973-75; Publications Committee, and University Committee on the Doctor of Education Degree, 1974-75; Provost's ad hoc Advisory Committee, 1977; Chairman, Faculty Advisory Committee for Johns Hopkins-Walt Disney Conference on Health Education, 1976-77.  Advisory Committee, Johns Hopkins Oncology Center, 1975-77.  Directorate, Johns Hopkins Cancer Control Program, 1977-79; Chairman, Search Committees, 1978.

Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health:  Chairman, Curriculum Committee, 1974-75; Chairman, Departmental Doctoral Screening Committee, Public Health Administration, 1971-74; Committee on Teaching Facilities, 1970-72; Advisory Committee to Comprehensive Health Planning Program and various subcommittees on appointments and promotions.  Vice President, Society of Hygiene, 1975-76.  Chairman, First Alumni Conference Committee, 1977; Chairman, Nominating Committee and Executive Committee of the Faculty General Assembly, 1977-78.  Accreditation Steering Committee, 1978-79; Chairman, Dean's Committee to Review the Department of International Health, 1979; advisor to Dean and Search Committee on creation of Department of Health Behavior and Society, 2003-04.

Harvard University:  Task Group on Prevention and Health Promotion, which led to the creation of the Harvard Institute on Smoking Policy; Advisory Group on Health of Handicapped Children, Center for Health Policy, Kennedy School of Government, Medical School, and School of Public Health, 1981-82.

The University of Texas:  School of Allied Health Sciences Ad Hoc Committee on Exercise Sciences, Houston.  Advisory Committee to Department of Sociomedical Sciences, UT Medical Branch, Galveston.  Chairman, Health Promotion Network, UT Health Science Centers of Houston, Galveston, Dallas, San Antonio and faculty of UT Austin.  Chairman, Health Promotion Committee of the UT Health Science Center (Houston), Council on Aging.  Member, President's Committee on Sports Medicine.  Member, UTHSC (Houston) Coordinating Committee on Health Policy; Member, Committee on Interpersonal Violence Control and Injury Prevention Group.  Hazardous Waste Management Response Team, School of Public Health.  Executive Council, Institute for Health Policy Research and Education; Chair, Newsletter Committee.  Co-chair, Steering Committee, Southwest Center for Prevention Research.  Member, Chancellor’s Council, The University of Texas System, 1996.

The University of British Columbia: Chair, Dean's Committee on Response to Policy Study on Medical Resources 1991; Member, Senior Appointments and Promotion Committee, 1991-1999, and M.Sc./Ph.D. Admissions Committee (1992-93), Department of Health Care & Epidemiology; Member, Committee on Awards, Killam Faculty Award Committee (1991-92), Faculty of Graduate Studies; Task Force on Healthy and Sustainable Communities (1992-1998); Member, Green College Policy and Planning Committee (1993-94), Academic Committee (1994-95);  Member, Liaison Committee to B.C. Rehabilitation Society (1993-94); Search Committees for Head of the Division of Health Care Management, Department of Health Care and Epidemiology, also for Associate Director of Life Skills Motivation Center, and for Coordinator of Health Sciences (1995); Member, Provost’s Task Force on Organization of the Health Sciences (1995-97); Member, Steering Committee, Rick Hansen Institute (1997); Member, Canadian Foundation of Innovations Advisory Committee (1997-98); Member, Sub-Committee (on a Faculty of Graduate Studies Research Plan) of the UBC Executive Committee for Research (1998); Member, Appointments, Promotions and Tenure Committee, Faculty of Graduate Studies (1998-1999); Member, Grant Review Committee for Hampton Fund, (1998-); Chair, External Review Committee for the Center for Applied Ethics (1998). Co-Chair, Peter Wall Institute International Workshop on Socioeconomic Status and Health (Tracing the Changing Interactions of Socioeconomic Status, Gender and Life Stages as Determinants of Health, and Liu Center for Global Studies consultation on Challenges in Global Health, 1999. Half-day seminar on Precede-Proceed model, 2005.

 

Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health. Planning for PhD program, and faculty executive committee, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education, 2002-2003; school-wide committee to plan DrPH program, 2003-2004.

 

University of Maryland, College Park. While Health & Society Visiting Professor, served as advisor to the Dean in developing and creating a school of public health, 2005; founding Chair, Board of Visitors for the College of Health and Human Performance, later School of Public Health, 2005-2007.

 

University of California at San Francisco.  Co-Leader, Society, Diversity and Disparities Program, Population Sciences, Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2004-2010. Member, Relevance, Reach and Dissemination Science Subcommittee, Community Engagement & Health Policy Committee of the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, 2006-present; Member, Center for Tobacco Research and Education, 2004-present: Committee on Translation Research Curriculum, Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics.

 

 

SERVICE TO COMMUNITY AND STATE/PROVINCE:

Stroke Committee, Alameda County Heart Association, 1969-70.

Professional Evaluation Committee, Comprehensive Family Planning Services, Berkeley City Health Department, 1969‑70.

Development and evaluation of collaborative projects with Planned Parenthood Associations of Alameda County, San Francisco and Maryland; Kaiser‑Permanente Health Foundation, 1969‑70; University of Maryland Community Pediatric Center, 1970‑73; Baltimore City Schools, 1972-73; American Cancer Society, California and Maryland Divisions; The Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1970‑79; Texas Department of Health, 1981-88;
other state health departments in south, 1988-91; British Columbia Ministry of Health, 1992; Yukon Bureau
of Statistics, Arthritis Society, 1992-93.

Founding Member, Advisory Committee to Pregnancy Testing and Counseling Center, and Professional Training Committee, Planned Parenthood Association of Maryland, 1971‑73.

Consulting Member, Public Medical Education Committee, Baltimore City Medical Society, 1975‑76.

Medical Advisory Committee to Maryland Academy of Sciences on development of Health Museum in cooperation with The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, 1974‑75.

Advisory Member, Health Centennial Committee, Johns Hopkins Women's Board, 1975‑76.

Member, Maryland Academy of Science, 1975‑78.

Faculty Member and Advisory Board Member, Family Planning Training Institute, Baltimore, 1971‑76.

Patient Education Steering Committee, 1972 and Heart Committee, 1974,  Maryland Regional Medical Program.

Co‑Chairman, Johns Hopkins Hospital Committee on Health Education, 1974‑77, and Member, Advisory Committee on Continuing Education, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, 1974‑79.

Maryland Hypertension Control Steering Committee, 1974‑75.

Health Manpower Advisory Committee, Maryland Comprehensive Health Planning Agency, 1975, Central Maryland Health Systems Agency, 1976.

Task Force on Blood Pressure Measurement Training, Maryland Heart Association, 1976‑77; Hypertension Committee, 1977‑78; Task Force on Program Develop­ment and Evaluation, 1979.

Statewide Coordinating Council for High Blood Pressure Control, 1977‑79.

Appointed by Governor to Maryland High Blood Pressure Control Commission, 1978‑81.

Consultant to Texas, District of Columbia, Virginia, West Virginia, South Carolina, Oklahoma,  Illinois, Utah, California, Louisiana, Hawaii, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island state health departments, 1971‑87.

Chairman, Committee on Prenatal Parent Education, Texas Affiliate, American Heart Association, 1982‑83.  Chairman, Professional Education Planning Committee, Houston Affiliate, American Heart Association, 1985‑86.

Board of Trustees, the Foundation for the Museum of Medical Science, 1984‑87.

Steering Committee, Harris County Medical Society's Mobile Health Education Project, 1983‑85.  (Awarded USDHHS Secretary's Health Promotion Prize).

Board of Directors, American Red Cross, Greater Houston, 1983‑87; Member, Health Services Committee,1984‑87.

Mayor's Task Force on Smoking Policy, City of Houston, 1986.

State Advisory Committee on Evaluation of the California Tobacco Control Program, 1990-92.

Steering Committee and Administration and Research Subcommittees, British Columbia Healthy Communities Network, 1991-92.

B.C. Children's Hospital Health Promotion Committee, and Steering Committee for Injury Prevention Center, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1991-92.

Steering Committee for Adolescent Health Status and Risk Behaviour Survey, the McCreary Center Society, Vancouver, British Columbia, 1991.

Health Promotion Steering Committee, British Columbia Health Association, 1991-92.

Advisory Committee, British Columbia Cancer Agency Study on Sun Exposure and Moles, 1992-93.

Board of Directors, Heart and Stroke Foundation of British Columbia and the Yukon, 1992-95; Board Committee on Reorganization, 1993-94; Board Committee on Advocacy, 1994.

Member, Joint Liaison Committee, B.C. Rehabilitation Society and the University of British Columbia, 1993-95.

Evaluation Advisory Task Force, California State Tobacco Control Program, 1992-2002; Florida, 1999-2001.

Advisory Board, Center for Coastal Health, British Columbia, 1995-98.

Member, St. Francis Wood Neighborhood Assn., San Francisco, 1988-present; Grafitti Committee, 2008; Kitsilano Community Association, Vancouver, 1997-98; Druid Hills Neighborhood Association, Atlanta, 1999-2004.

Appointed by Governor to the California Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee (TEROC), to develop 3-year master plans and to monitor and guide the tobacco control activities of the Department of Public Health, the Department of Education, and the Tobacco-Related Diseases Research Program funded by Proposition 99. 2006-2009; 2009-2012.

Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), Tobacco-Related Diseases Research Program (TRDRP), 2005-2010, Vice Chair, 2008-2010; Member Research Advisory Council to the California Breast Cancer Research Program, 2008-2011, both under the University of California Office of the President. Ad hoc member of the SAC representing the Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee.

 

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:

Review of manuscripts for: American Journal of Epidemiology, American Journal of Health Behavior, American Journal of Health Promotion, American Journal of Medical Sciences, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, American Journal of Public Health, American Psychol­ogist, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Applied Behavioral Sciences, Annals of Internal Medicine, British Medical Journal, Canadian Journal of Public Health, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Disease Management & Patient Outcomes, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Evaluation Review, Family and Community Health, Global Health Promotion, Health Affairs, Health Education Research, Health Education Quarterly, Hygie, International Journal of Health Education, International Journal of Health Services, Journal of Behavioral Medicine, Journal of Community Health, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, Journal of Health Communication, Journal of Nutrition Education, Journal of Public Health Policy, Journal of School Health, Lancet, Medical Care, Mobius, New England Journal of Medicine, Patient Care, Patient Education and Counseling, Pediatrics, Preventive Medicine, Preventing Chronic Disease, Psychology and Health, Public Health Reports, Social Science and Medicine, Wellness Perspectives, Oxford University Press, Sage, Jones and Bartlett, Jossey-Bass, American Psychological Association and various other journals and book publishers.

Review of grant applications for: Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, British Columbia Health Research Foundation, Bureau of Health Manpower; Cancer Prevention Research Initiative of Texas, Centers for Disease Control, Ford Foundation, Medical Research Councils (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, & United Kingdom), Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada; Kellogg Foundation; Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, National Center for Health Services Research; National Foundation‑March of Dimes; National Cancer Institute of Canada; National Institutes of Health; National Library of Medicine, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Thrasher Foundation; Veterans Administration; W.T. Grant Foundation; B.C. Health Research Foundation; Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada; National Health Research and Development Program, Health Canada; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; TrygFonden (Tryg Foundation of Denmark).

Chaired accreditation site visits at schools of public health at the University of Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, and South Carolina, and graduate programs at New York University, San Jose State University and California State University at Long Beach for Council on Education for Public Health.  Site visits for research program grants to University of Rochester Community Pediatrics Program for NIH; Ontario and Quebec Federal-Provincial Heart Health Programs for National Research and Development Program (NHRDP); prevention research centers for National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Medicine report; University of Michigan and Yale University for Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program.

 

 

TEACHING:

University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health: Undergraduate course in community health; graduate course in evaluation research; doctoral seminars in public health education; directed two doctoral dissertations (1968-70) Visiting Professor, participant in DrPH seminars, and in work with two research centers of the School (2004); lecturer in MPH Core Course (2005), planning course (2006).

The Johns Hopkins University: School of Hygiene and Public Health: Developed and taught five graduate courses in health education; Doctoral Research Seminar on health services administration (1970‑79); lecturer and discussion leader in public health administration, epidemiology, and behavioral science core courses and in international health; Director (P.I.) of doctoral and postdoctoral research training grants from N.I.H. in cardiovascular risk reduction (1975‑80); advisor to 5‑10 M.P.H. students per year and 5 Overseas Population Interns; directed 28 doctoral dissertations, 21 Sc.M. theses, 8 postdoctoral research fellows, 2 residents' in Preventive Medicine projects (1971‑81); authored 2 textbooks and 1 reference book.

Harvard University:  Lecturer and dissertation advisor, School of Public Health, Medical School and Kennedy School of Government.  Seminars on health promotion research and development, Division of Health Policy Research and Education.  Authored one textbook (1981-82).

The University of Texas:  Director (P.I.) of postdoctoral training programs with 7 NIH fellowships per year funded by NHLBI and NCI; Lecturer in Community Health Practice module of School of Public Health; occasional lecturer and grand rounds, Medical School.  Authored three textbooks (two were updates of previous editions).  Reader on MPH, Dr.P.H., Ph.D. and M.D./Ph.D. dissertations and theses (1982-88).

 

University of Maastricht: Visiting Professor. Served on 3 PhD dissertation committees, and their final oral defense examinations. Lectured widely in the Netherlands. Provided internships for several Dutch students at University of Texas and University of British Columbia, and visiting scholar opportunities for faculty (1987-99).

University of British Columbia:  Director of Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Health Promotion and doctoral and postdoctoral Fellowship Grants from the Drug and Alcohol Program of B.C. Ministry of Health, Killam Endowment, National Health Research Development Program, B.C. Health Research Foundation, Medical Research Council, National Science and Engineering Council, Social Science and Humanities Research Council, Heart and Stroke Foundation of B.C. and Yukon.  Graduate course with John Milsum on Stress, Lifestyle and Illness (1992), and new course "Social Science Concepts in Health Research and Evaluation" (since 1993).  Supervised 14 Ph.D. students, including 2 Killam Fellows, 5 BCHRF, 1 Heart & Stroke Foundation Fellow, 4 NHRDP Fellows. Supervisor on 2 and reader on 3 M.Sc. theses. Supervisor for 1 Killam and NHDP Postdoctoral Fellow 1993-95, an NHRDP Postdoctoral Fellow, 1994-97, and an MRC and Killam Postdoctoral Fellow, 1995-98; an NCIC Postdoctoral Fellow in 1996-97, an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow in 1997-99; an AHFMR Fellow, 1998-99; and a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, 1998-2000. Sponsored five-week rotation for 6 Community Medicine Residents, 1992.  Supervised 2 Community Medicine Residents' rotation, 1993, 1 in 1994, 1 in 1995.  Sponsored 3 Visiting Scholars, 1992-93, 3 in 1993-94, 2 in 1994-95, 7 in 1995-96; 4 in 1996-97. Lectures and Seminars in Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Dentistry, School of Nursing, and Faculty of Graduate Studies. Graduated three Interdisciplinary PhD advisees in 1996, three in 1997, five in 1998. Third edition of Health Promotion Planning textbook and 8th edition of Community and Population Health. Half-day seminar on 4th edition, 2005.

 

Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health: Visiting Professor. Lectures in selected classes. Committee to develop PhD program for the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education and school-wide DrPH program. Supervised MPH work-study student as Research Assistant. Prepared 4th edition of textbook, Health Program Planning for McGraw-Hill.

 

University of California at San Francisco: Lecturer in various courses of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics; seminars for the Cancer Center, the Center for Tobacco Research and Education, the Center for Translation Science, the Minority Education and Research Center. Mentoring various fellows and junior faculty in Departments of Epidemiology, Pediatrics, Family and Community Medicine; Center for Tobacco Research and Education; and Society and Scholars Program of UCSF and UC Berkeley.

 

Visiting faculty/scholar appointments/named lectures

--   University of Vermont Medical Center, Century Forum Lecture, 1977.

  Columbia University, First Distinguished Lecture in Health Education, School of Public Health, 1978.

  Harvard University, Visiting Lecturer, 1 year, 1981-82.

  Columbia Teachers College, First Annual Colloquium on Health Promotion, 1981.

  University of Utah, Forum with Hon. Marc LaLonde and Dr.James Mason, 3 days, 1981.

  Louisiana State University, Annual J.W. Kistler Lecture, 1983.

  New Zealand Medical Research Foundation Lecturer, Auckland University Medical School, U. of Christchurch,
U. Otago, and U. of Wellington, 1984.

  Sao Paulo University School of Public Health, Brazil, 3 weeks, 1981 and 1986.

  Dartmouth College, Third Annual Helmut Schumann Lecture, 1985.

  Curtain University (Western Australia Institute of Technology), Perth, 1 month, 1985.

  Western Michigan University, 3 days, 1986.

  Limburg University, Maastricht, the Netherlands, 4-year Visiting Professor Appointment 1987-91 (2 weeks per year); renewed for another 3 years, 1992-94.  Wilhelmina Rowenhourst Lecture, 1988, 1994.

  University of Minnesota Graduate Summer Session in Epidemiology, 3-week course, 1987.

  Paul Hagemann Lecture, St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, 1988.

--   First Annual Virginia S. DeHaan Lecture on Health Promotion and Education, Emory University, 1989.       http://www.sph.emory.edu/alumni_friends/events/green.html

  Commencement Speaker, Lowell University, 1989.

  Second Annual J. Warren Perry Allied Health Lecture, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1990.

  Emory University, School of Public Health, 1 week course with Marshall Kreuter, 1991.

  University of California at San Francisco, 3 months Visiting Social Scientist, 1991.

  Shanghai Medical University, Visiting Professor, 1991-92.

  Singapore National Medical University, Visiting Lecturer, 2 weeks, 1991.

  University of Washington School of Public Health, Seattle, summer MPH course, 1992, 1993.

  Newcastle University Faculty of Medicine, New South Wales, Australia, one week, 1992.

  University of Toronto Center for Health Promotion Annual Meeting, Keynote, 1993.

  University of Laval School of Nursing Forum Lecturer, Quebec City, 1993.

  Tulane University School of Tropical Medicine and Public Health, 3-day course, 1994.

  University of Montreal Faculty of Medicine, seminar 1993, 1 day course, 1994.

  University of Toronto Center for Health Promotion Annual meeting, Lecture, 1994.

  Victorian Health Promotion Foundation, Melbourne, 1 week, 1994.

--   University of Northern Illinois, Graduate Forum Lecturer, 2 days, 1995.

--   Annual McCreary Lecture, University of British Columbia, 1995.

  Japan Health and Culture Promotion Society, National Seminar Lecture, Tokyo, 1995.

  University of Victoria, Lansdowne Lecturer, 1 week, 1995.

  Annual McGovern Lecturer, Ball State University, 3 days, 1996.

  University of Ohio, Oberteuffer Lecturer, 2 days, 1996.

  University of Newcastle, Faculty of Medicine, Vice Chancellor’s Best Practices Research Scholar, 2 months, 1996.

  University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, John P. McGovern Award Lecture, 1997.

     Healthtrac (now Fries) Foundation Award Lecture, Washington, DC, 1998.

     First Research Laureate Lecture, American Academy of Health Behavior, Santa Fe, 2000.

     Eddie O’Brien Memorial Lecture, International Union on Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Chicago, 2001.

     Annual Distinguished Lecture in Health Sciences, University of Southern Georgia, February 2002.

     Annual Distinguished Lecture in Preventive Medicine and Community Health, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, March 18, 2002.

     Annual Lynn Ponder Lecture, Texas A & M University, April 26, 2002.

     Visiting Faculty for Swiss Health Promotion Foundation, Vitznau, Switzerland, August 2002.

     Keynote, Annual Research Appreciation Day, University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Ft. Worth, April 2003.

     Visiting Professor, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, August 2002- August 2004.

     Visiting Professor, University of California School of Public Health at Berkeley, September 2004-present.

     Annual Robert Russell Lecture, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, May 2004.

     Visiting Professor, Health and Society Program, University of Maryland College of Health and Human Development (now School of Public Health), College Park, December 2004-June 2005.

     NIH monthly WALS Lecture, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Jan 15, 2008.

       Marian Godeke Miller Lecture, Indiana University, March 3, 2008.

     Visiting Professor, Wageningen University, The Netherlands, October 2005 (one week); November 2008; April 2009.

     Senator Frank Lautenberg Lecture and Commencement Speech, School of Public Health, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

 [For other recent invited presentations, see end of CV]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH. For five most significant recent publications, see last page on Research Program Summary:

 

 

REFEREED ORIGINAL ARTICLES IN JOURNALS (161)

 

Green, L.W., Krotki, K.J.  Proximity and other geographical factors in the utilization of family planning clinics in Pakistan.  Pakistan Dev. Rev. 6:80‑104, 1966. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Validity in family planning surveys: Disavowed knowledge and use of contraceptives in a panel study in Dacca, East Pakistan. First Prize, Student Paper Competition, American Association for Public Opinion Research, Santa Barbara, May 1968. Public Opin. Q. 32:504, 1968. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Krotki, K.J.  Class and parity biases in family planning programs: The case of Karachi.  Soc.Biol.15:235‑251, 1968. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W.  East Pakistan: Knowledge and use of contraceptives.  Stud. Fam. Planning 1:9‑14, 1969. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Gustafson, H.C., Begum, A.I.  Measuring the extent of contra­ceptive knowledge and use not reported in interviews.  Pakistan J. Fam. Planning 2:7‑16, 1970. [Online abstract not available]

Goldsmith, S., Potts, L., Green, L.W., Miller, R.  Counseling and referral for legal abortion in California's Bay Area. Perspect. Fam. Planning 2:14‑19, 1970. [Abstract and Free Full Test (Read online after registering)]

Green, L.W.  Should health education abandon attitude‑change strategies: Perspectives from recent research. Health Educ. Monogr. 1:24‑48, 1970.  [First in the list of "Most Frequently Cited Health Education Articles, 1969‑1977."  See J. School Health September:408‑410, 1980.]  Reprinted in Simonds, S.K. (ed.), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 1.  Oakland:  Third Party Publishing, Co., 1982, pp. 215‑239.] [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Manual for scoring socioeconomic status for research on health behavior.  Public Health Rep. 85(9) :815- 827, 1970. [Free Full Text] [For bibliography of 216 published applications of this SES index, go to http://www.lgreen.net/bibliography/sesappl.htm]

Green, L.W.  Identifying and overcoming barriers to the diffusion of knowledge about family planning.  Adv. Fertil. Control 5:21‑29, 1970.  [Awarded first prize by Excerpta Medica Foundation and Syntex Laboratories.] Reprinted in J. Inst. Health Educ. (London) 9:2‑10, 1971. [Online abstract not available]

Carlaw, R., Reynolds, R., Green, L.W., Kahn, N.I.  Underlying sources of agreement and communication between husbands and wives in Dacca, East Pakistan. J. Marriage Fam. 33(3):571‑583, 1971. [Abstract and Free Full Text (Read online after registering)]

Green, L.W., Gustafson, H.C., Griffiths, W., Yaukey, D., Begum, J., Nessa, S.N., Amin, R.   Field experiment comparing family planning education programmes directed at males and females. Int. J. Health Educ. 16(4):242‑259, 1973. [Awarded first Beryl Roberts Prize for Research in Health Education]. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Figa‑Talamanca, I.  Suggested designs for evaluation of patient education programs.  Health Educ. Monog. 2:54‑71. 1974.  [Seventh on the list of "Most Frequently Cited Articles in Health Education, 1969‑1977."  J. School Health 50:408‑410, 1980.]  Reprinted in Zapka, J. (ed.), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 3.  Oakland:  Third Party Pub­lishing Co., 1982, 111‑128. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Wang, V.L., Ephross, P.  A 3-year, longitudinal study of the impact of nutrition aides on the knowledge, attitudes, and practices of rural poor homemakers. Am. J. Public Health 64(7):722‑724, 1974. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]. Reprinted in Disease Control and Health Education and Promotion, 1975. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health, U.S. Senate, May 7‑8, 1975, pp. 903‑905.

Green, L.W.  Toward cost‑benefit evaluations of health education: Some con­cepts, methods and examples. Health Educ. Monogr. 2 (supp.2):34-64, 1974. [This was first published version of the PRECEDE model.] Reprinted in Supplement to the Report of the President's Committee on Health Education. New York: National Health Council, September 1974; and in U.S. Congress: Disease Control and Health Education and Promotion, 1975, pp. 939-965. [First in the list of "Most Frequently Cited Health Education Articles, 1970‑1979," J. School Health, December 1982.]  Reprinted in The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 3. Oakland:  Third Party Publishing Co., 1982, pp. 129‑154. [For a bibliography of the 1000+ published applications of the PRECEDE model since 1974, see http://www.lgreen.net ]

Green, L.W., Roberts, B.J.  The research literature on why women delay in seeking medical care for breast symptoms. Health Educ. Monogr. 2:129‑177, 1974. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Levine, D.M., Deeds, S.G.  Clinical trials of health education for hypertensive outpatients:  Design and baseline data.  Prev. Med. 4:417‑425, 1975. [Abstract]

Wang, V.L., Ephross, P., Green, L.W.  The point of diminishing returns in home visits to rural homemakers.  Health Educ. Monogr. 3:70-88, 1975. Reprinted in J. Zapka (ed.), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs (Vol. 3, pp. 155-173). Oakland: Third Party Associates, 1982. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Fisher, A.A., Amin, R., Shafiullah, A.B.M.  Paths to the adop­tion of family planning: A time‑lagged correlation analysis of the Dacca Experi­ment in Bangladesh.  Int. J. Health Educ. 18:85‑96, 1975. [Online abstract not available]

Becker, M.A., Green, L.W.  A family approach to compliance with medical treatment. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York City, January 27, 1975. Int. J. Health Educ. 18:173‑182, 1975.  Also in Spanish in Revista Internacional de Educación para la Salud 18: 1975. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Standard, R., Hume, J.C., Figa‑Talamanca, I.   The Johns Hopkins Extended MPH Degree Program in Washington, DC.  Health Educ. Monogr. 3:281‑291, 1975. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W.  Suggested procedures for moving from programmatic accreditation to peer review under broader institutional accreditation.  Health Educ. Monogr. 4(3):278‑284, 1976. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Change‑process models in health education.  Public Health Rev. 5(1): 5‑33, 1976. [Abstract]

Sayegh, J., Green, L.W.  Family planning education: Program design, train­ing component and cost-effectiveness of a post-partum program in Beirut. Int. J. Health Educ. 19 (Suppl.):1‑20, 1976. Also in Spanish: Educación sobre la planificácion familiar: Disiño del programa, componentes formativos y relación costs-eficacia.  Revista Internacional de Educación para la Salud 19(2):99-118, 1976. [Online abstract not available]

Fisher, A., Green, L.W., McCrae, A., Cochran, C. Training teachers in population education institutes in Baltimore. J. School Health 46:357‑360, 1976. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W.  Evaluation and measurement: Some dilemmas for health education.  Am. J. Public Health 67(2):155‑ 161, 1977. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]. Translated and reprinted as "Evaluacion y medida: Algunos dilemas para la educacion para la salud." Revista Internacional de Educación para la Salud 21:175-193, 1978. Also reprinted in Nursing Digest 6:65-87, 1978.

Green, L.W., Fedder, D.  Drug information, the pharmacist, and the community.  Am. J. Pharm. Educ. 41:444‑448, 1977. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Determining the impact and effectiveness of health education as it relates to federal policy.  Health Educ. Monogr. 6:28‑66, 1978. [Abstract]

Kreuter, M., Green, L.W.  Evaluation of school health education: Identifying purpose, keeping perspective. J. School Health 48(4):228‑235, 1978. [Abstract]

Jencks, S., Green, L.W.  Developing a hospital‑based patient education program. Qual. Rev. Bull. 4:8‑11, 1978. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Levine, D.M., Wolle, J., Deeds, S.  Development of randomized patient education experiments with urban poor hypertensives. Patient Couns. Health Educ. 1:106‑111, 1979. [Abstract]  [For listing of published applications of the measure of patient compliance first presented here, http://www.lgreen.net].

Green, L.W., Wang, V.L., Deeds, S.G., Fisher, A.A., Windsor, R., Rogers, C.  Guidelines for health education in maternal and child health programs.  Int. J. Health Educ. 31(Suppl.):1‑33, 1978. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Brooks‑Bertram, P.  Peer review and quality control in health education. Health Values 2:191‑197, 1978. Reprinted in Spanish in Anales: La Educación en Salud en Accion (Associacion de Educadores en Salud de Puerto Rico), pp. 17‑28, 1978. [Online abstract not available]

Mamon, J., Green, L.W., Gibson, G., Gurley, H.T., Levine, D.M.  Using the emergency department as a screening site for high blood pressure control: Development of a methodology to improve hypertension detection and appropriate referral. Medical Care 25:770-780, 1987. [Abstract]

Prajitno, A., Green, L.W., Windsor, R.W.  Traditional maternal health beliefs among married women in selected villages of East Java. Int. J. Health Educ. 22:30-37, 1979. [Abstract]

Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Deeds, S.G., Chwalow, A.J., Russell, R.P., and Finlay, J.  Health education for hypertension patients.  J. Am. Med. Assoc. 241(16):1700-1703, 1979. [Abstract]

Bertera, R. and Green, L.W.  Cost-effectiveness evaluation of a home visiting triage program for family planning in Turkey. Am. J. Public Health 69(9):950-953, 1979. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Maiman, L., Green, L.W., Gibson, G., Mackenzi, E.J.  Education for self-treatment by adult asthmatics. J. Am. Med. Assoc. 241(18):1919-1922, 1979. Reprinted in Contrastma (Netherlands), 1979. [Abstract]

Windsor, R.A., Green, L.W., Roseman, J.M.  Health promotion and maintenance for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A review. J. Chron. Dis. 33:5-12, 1980. [Abstract]

Wang, V.L., Terry, P., Flynn, B.S., Williamson, J., Green, L.W., Faden, R.  Multiple indicators of continuing medical education priorities for chronic lung diseases in Appalachia.  J. Med. Educ. 54:803-811, 1979. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W.  National policy in the promotion of health. Keynote address at the Tenth International Conference on Health Education, London, September 3, 1979. Int. J. Health Educ. 22:161-168, 1979. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Heit, P., Iverson, D., Kolbe, L.J., Kreuter, M.W.  The School Health Curriculum Project:  Its theory, practice and measurement experience. Health Educ. Q. 7:14‑34, 1980. [Abstract]

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Russell, R.P., Smith, C.  The relative impact of health education for low‑ and high‑risk patients with hypertension. Prev. Med. 9(4):550‑558, 1980. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Lewis, F.M., Levine, D.M.  Balancing statistical data and clinician judgments in the diagnosis of patient educational needs. J.  Health 6(2):79‑91, 1980. [Abstract]

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Wood, J.C., Bone, L.R., Flagle, C., Green, L.W.  Systems approach for the planning, diagnosis, implementation and evaluation of community health education approaches in the control of high blood pressure. J. Operations Res. 50:625‑634, 1981. [Online abstract not available]

Levine, D.M., Green, L.W.  Cardiovascular risk reduction: An inter‑ disciplinary approach to research training.  Int. J. Health Educ. 24(1):20‑25, 1981. [Abstract]

Allegrante, J.P., Green, L.W.  When health policy becomes victim blaming. N. Engl. J. Med. 305(25):1528‑1529, 1981. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Lewis, F.M.  Issues in relating evaluation to theory, policy and practice in continuing education and health education. Mobius 1:46‑58, 1981. [Abstract]

Levine, D.M., Morisky, D.E., Bone, L.R., Lewis, C., Ward, W.B., Green, L.W.  Data‑based planning for educational interventions through hypertension control programs for urban and rural populations in Maryland. Public Health Rep. 97:107‑112, 1982. [Abstract] [Free full-text online]

Green, L.W.  Reconciling policy in health education and primary health care. Int. J. Health Educ. 24(3, supp.):1‑11, 1982. [Online abstract not available]

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Smith, C.  Health education program effects on the management of hypertension in the elderly. Arch. Intern. Med. 142(10):1835‑1838, 1982. [Abstract]

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Shapiro, S., Green, L.W.  An educational and behavioral approach toward increasing patient activation in hypertension management. J. Community Health 7(3):171‑182, 1982. [Abstract]

Bertera, R.L., Levine, D.M., Green, L.W.  Behavioral effects of blood pressure self-monitoring in the workplace using automated measurements. Preventive Med. 11:58-163, 1982. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Wilson, R., Bauer, K Data requirements to measure progress on the objectives for the nation in health promotion and disease prevention. Amer J Public Health. 73(1):18‑24, 1983. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W. New policies in education for health. World Health April-May:13-17, 1983. [Online abstract not available]

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Shapiro, S., Russell, R.P., Smith, C.R.  Five‑year blood‑pressure control and mortality following health education for hypertensive patients. Am J Public Health 73(2):153‑162, 1983. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Some challenges to health services research on children and the elderly. Health Serv. Res. 19(6):793‑815, 1985. [Free Full Text]

Gottlieb, N.H., Green, L.W.  Life events, social network, life‑style, and health: An analysis of the 1979 National Survey of Personal Health Practices and Consequences. Health Educ. Q. 11(1):91‑105, 1984. [Abstract]

McLeroy, K.R., Green, L.W., Mullen, K.D., Foshee, V.  Assessing the effects of health promotion in worksites: A review of the stress program evaluations. Health Educ. Q. 11(4):379‑401, 1984. [Abstract]

Morisky, D.E., DeMuth, N.M., Field‑Fass, M., Green, L.W., Levine, D.M.  Evaluation of family health education to build social support for long‑term control of high blood pressure. Health Educ. Q. 12(1):35‑50, Spring, 1985. [Abstract]

McAlister, A., Mullen, P.D., Nixon, S.A., Dickson, C., Gottlieb, N.H., McCuan, R., Green, L.W.  Health promotion among primary care physicians in Texas. Texas Med. 81:55‑58, 1985. [Online abstract not available]

Risser, L.W., Hoffman, H.M., Gordon, B.G., Green, L.W.  A cost‑benefit analysis of preparticipation sports examinations of adolescent athletes.  J. Sch. Health 55(7):270‑273, 1985. [Abstract]

Cantor, J., Morisky, D.E., Green, L.W., Levine, D.M., Salkever, D.  Cost‑ effectiveness of educational interventions to improve patient outcomes in blood pressure control.  Prev. Med. 14(6):782‑800, 1985. [Abstract]

Mullen, P.D., Green, L.W., Persinger, G.  Clinical trials of patient education for chronic conditions: A comparative meta-analysis of intervention types. Prev. Med. 14(6): 753‑781, 1985. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D., Friedman, R.B.  An epidemiological approach to targeting drug information. Patient Educ. Couns. 8(3):255‑268, 1986. [Abstract]

Slater, C.H., Green, L.W., Vernon, S.W., Kieth, V.M.  Problems in estimating prevalence of physical activity from national surveys. Prev.  Med. 16(1):107‑118, 1987. [Abstract]

Morisky, D.E., Green, L.W., Levine, D.M.  Concurrent and predictive validity of a self-reported measure of medication adherence. Med. Care 24(1):67‑74, 1986. [Abstract]

Hatcher, M.E., Green, L.W., Levine, D.M., Flagle, C.E.  Validation of a decision model for triaging hypertensive patients to alternate health education interventions. Soc. Sci. Med. 22(8):813‑819, 1986. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  How Physicians Can Improve Patients' Participation and Maintenance in Self-Care. Western J. Med. 147(3):346‑349, 1987. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Gottlieb, N., Green, L.W.  Ethnicity and lifestyle health risk: Some possi­ble mechanisms. Amer. J. Health Prom. 2(1):37‑51, 1987. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Eriksen, M.P., Schor, E.L. Preventive practices by physicians: behavioral determinants and potential interventions. Am J Prev Med. 4 (suppl. 4): 101-107, 1988. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W.  Promoting the one‑child policy in China. J. Public Health Policy 9(2):273-283, 1988. [Abstract]

Bibeau, D.L., Mullen, K.D., McLeroy, K.R., Green, L.W., Foshee, V.  Evaluations of workplace smoking cessation programs: A critique. Amer. J. Prev. Med. 4(2):87-95, 1988. [Abstract]

Parcel, G.S., Eriksen, M.P., Lovato, C.Y., Gottlieb, N.H., Brink, S.G., Green, L.W.  The diffusion of school-based tobacco-use prevention programs: Project description and baseline data.  Health Educ. Res. 4(1):111-124, 1989. [Abstract]

Fries, J., Green, L.W., Levine, S.  Health promotion and the compression of morbidity. Lancet 333(8636):481-483, March 4, 1989. [Online abstract not available]

Lovato, C.Y., Green, L.W.  Maintaining employee participation in workplace health promotion programs. Health Educ. Q. 17(1): 73-88, 1990. [Abstract]

Gottlieb, N.H., Eriksen, M.P., Lovato, C.Y., Weinstein, R.P., Green, L.W.  Impact of a restrictive work site smoking policy on smoking behavior, attitudes, and norms. J. Occup. Med. 32(1):16-23, 1990. [Abstract]

Weiss, T.W., Slater, C.H., Green, L.W., Kennedy, V.C., Albright, D.L., Wun, C.C.  The validity of single‑item, self‑assessment questions as measures of adult physical activity. J. Clin. Epid. 43(11):1123-1129, 1990. [Abstract]

Kok, G., Green, L.W.  Research to support health promotion in practice: a plea for increased co-operation. Health Promotion International 5(4):303-308, 1990. [Abstract]

Tabak, E.R., Mullen, P.D., Simons-Morton, D.G., Green, L.W., Mains, D.A., Eilat-Greenberg, S., Frankowski, R.F., Glenday, M.C.  Definition and yield of inclusion criteria for a meta-analysis of studies of patient education in clinical preventive services. Evaluation and the Health Professions 14(4):388-411, 1991. [Abstract]

Harrison, J.A., Mullen, P.D., Green, L.W.  A meta-analysis of studies of the Health Belief Model. Health Educ. Res. 7(1):107-116, 1992. [Abstract]

Gottlieb, N.H., Lovato, C.Y., Weinstein, R.P., Green, L.W., Eriksen, M.P.  The implementation of a restrictive worksite smoking policy in a large decentralized organization. Health Educ. Q. 19(1):77-100, 1992. [Abstract]

Simons-Morton, D.G., Mullen, P.D., Mains, D.A., Tabak, E.R., Green, L.W.  Characteristics of controlled studies of patient education and counseling for preventive health behaviors. Patient Educ.& Couns. 19(2):175-204, 1992. [Abstract]

Dabbagh, L., Green, L.W., Walker, G.M.  Case Study: Application of Precede and Proceed as a Framework for Designing Culturally Sensitive Diarrhea Prevention Programs and Policy in Arab Countries. Internat Q Community Health Educ 12(4):293-315, 1992. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  The health promotion research agenda revisited.  American Journal of Health Promotion 6(6):411-413, 1992. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  CDC's Planned Approach to Community Health as an application of PRECEDE and an inspiration for PROCEED. Journal of Health Education 23(3):140-147, 1992. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Richard L. The need to combine health education and health promotion: The case of cardiovascular disease prevention. Promotion and Education: International Journal of Health Promotion and Education Quarterly 1:11-17, 1993. [Online abstract not available]

Green, L.W., Cargo, M., Ottoson, J.M. The role of physicians in supporting lifestyle changes.  Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health 3:119-130, 1994. [Online abstract not available]

Boulet, L-P., Chapman, K.R., Green, L.W., FitzGerald, J.M.  Asthma education. Chest 106 (4, Suppl.):184S-196S, 1994. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J. Theories and principles of health education applied to asthma. Chest 106 (Suppl. 4):  219S-230S, 1994. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Refocusing health care systems to address both individual care and population health. Clinical and Investigative Medicine 17(2):133-141, April 1994. [Abstract]

Wharf Higgins, J., Green, L.W.  The APHA criteria for development of health promotion programs applied to four healthy community projects in British Columbia. Health Promotion International: 9(4):311-320, 1994. [Abstract]

Daniel, M., Green, L.W.  Application of the PRECEDE-PROCEED model in diabetes prevention and control:
A case example from a Canadian aboriginal community.  Diabetes Spectrum 8(2):74-84, 1995. [Online abstract not available]

McGowan, P., Green, L.W.  Arthritis self-management in native populations of British Columbia: An application of health promotion and participatory research principles in chronic disease control. The Canadian Journal on Aging 14(Suppl.1):201-212, 1995. (Parts of this paper were presented by Green L.W. at the National Health Research and Development Program Conference on Methodological Diversity and Quality in Applied Social and Health Research on Aging and Senior's Issues, Aylmer, Quebec, April 22, 1994, and as the Keynote Address at the International Conference on Patient Education, Phoenix, Arizona, April 28, 1994.) [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Potvin, L., Richard, L. Ecological foundations of health promotion. American Journal of Health Promotion 10(4):270-281, 1996. [Abstract]

Richard, L., Potvin, L., Kishchuck, N., Prlic, H., Green, L.W. Assessment of the integration of the ecological approach in health promotion programs. American Journal of Health Promotion 10:318-328, 1996. [Abstract]

Johnson, J.L., Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., MacLean, D.R., Stachenko, S.  A Dissemination research agenda to strengthen health promotion and disease prevention.  Canadian Journal of Public Health 87 (Suppl.2):
S5-S10,1996. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Johnson, J.L.  Dissemination and utilization of health promotion and disease prevention knowledge: Theory, research and experience. Canadian Journal of Public Health 87(Suppl.2):S17-S23,1996. [Abstract]

George, M.A., Green, L.W., Daniel, M.  Evolution and implications of participatory action research for public health. Promotion and Education 3(4):6-10, 1996. [Online abstract not available]

Clarke, V.A., Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W.  Understanding suicide among indigenous adolescents:  A review using the PRECEDE model.  Injury Prevention 3(2):126-134, June1997. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Schechter, J.H., Green, L.W., Olsen, L., Kruse, K., Cargo, M. Application of Karasek's Demand/Control Model in a Canadian Occupational Setting Including Shift Workers During a Period of Reorganization and Downsizing. American Journal of Health Promotion 11(6):394-399, 1997. [Abstract]

Ratner, P., Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Chomik, T., Larsen, C.  Setting the stage for health impact assessment.  Journal of Public Health Policy 18(1):67-79, 1997. [Abstract]

Burglehaus, M.J., Smith, L.A., Sheps, S.B., Green, L.W.  Physicians and Breastfeeding: Beliefs, Knowledge, Self-efficacy and Counselling Practices.  Canadian Journal of Public Health 88(6):383-387, 1997. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Huang, Y.W., Green, L.W., Darling, L.F.  Moral education and health education for elementary school and preschool children in Canada.  Journal of the National School Health Association (Taiwan) 30:23-35, July 1997. [Online abstract not available]

Mullen, P.D., Simons-Morton, D., Ramirez, G., Frankowski, R.F., Green, L.W., Mains, D.A. A meta-analysis of trials evaluating patient education and counseling for three groups of preventive health behaviors. Patient Education and Counseling  32:157-173, 1997. [Abstract]

Werdegar, D., Green, L.W., et al.  Members of the HIV Education and Prevention Evaluation Team: HIV Education and Prevention in California.  AIDS & Public Policy Journal 12(1):31-45, 1997. [Online abstract not available]

Daniel, M., Green, L.W., Sheps, S.B.  Paradigm change and uncertainty about funding of public health research: social and scientific implications.  Journal of Health and Social Policy 10(2):39-56, 1998. [Abstract]

George, M. A., Daniel, M., Green, L. W. Appraising and funding participatory research in health promotion. International Quarterly of Community Health Education 18(2):181-197, 1998-99. [Abstract]

Daniel, M., Green, L. W., Marion, S.A., Gamble, D., Herbert, C.P., Hertzman, C., Sheps, S.  Effectiveness of community-directed diabetes prevention and control in a rural aboriginal population in British Columbia, Canada.  Social Science & Medicine 48: 815-832, 1999. [Abstract]

Wharf Higgins, J., Vertinsky, P., Cutt, J., Green, L. W. Using social marketing as a theoretical framework to understand citizen participation in health promotion.  Social Marketing Quarterly 5(2): 42-55, 1999. [Abstract]

Daniel, M, Green, LW.  Community-based prevention and chronic disease self-management programmes: problems, praises and pitfalls.  Disease Management, Health Outcomes 6(4):185-192, 1999. [Abstract]

Sjostrom M, Karlsson AB, Kaati G, Yngve A, Green LW, Bygren LO. A four week residential program for primary health care patients to control obesity and related heart risk factors: effective application of principles of learning and lifestyle change. European Jour of Clinical Nutrition 1999 May;53 Suppl 2:S72-7. [Abstract]

Warren, CW, Riley, L.A., Asma, S., Eriksen, M.P., Green, L.W., Yach, D.  Tobacco Use by Youth: A Surveillance Report from the Global Youth Tobacco Survey Project. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 78(7): 868-876, 2000. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, LW, Pappas, A, Eriksen, M, Fishburn, B.  Le role de la legislation dans la lutte contre le tabagisme aux Etats-Unis [Tobacco Control Legislative Experience in the United States]. Prom & Educ: Internat J Health Prom & Educ 7(3): 38-42, 2000. [Abstract in French]

Green, L.W., Daniel, M., Novick, L. Partnerships and coalitions for community based research. Public Health Rep 116: 20-31, Summer 2001. [Free Full Text]

Daniel, M., Rowley, K.G., Herbert, C.P., O’Dea, K., Green, L.W. Lipids and Psychosocial Status in Aboriginal Persons With and At Risk for Type 2 Diabetes: Implications for Tertiary Prevention. Patient Educ & Couns 43(1): 85-95, 2001. [Abstract]

MacDonald, M., Green, L.W. Reconciling concept and context: The dilemma of implementation in school-based health promotion. Health Education and Behavior 28(6):749-768, Dec 2001. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Mercer, S.L. Community-based participatory research: Can public health researchers and agencies reconcile the push from funding bodies and the pull from communities? American Journal of Public Health 91(12):1926-1929, Dec. 2001. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Naylor, P-J., Wharf-Higgins, J., Blair, L., Green, L.W., O’Connor, B. Evaluating the participatory process in a community-based heart health project. Social Science and Medicine 55(7): 1173-1187, 2002. [Abstract]

Mercer SL, Green LW, Rosenthal AC, Husten CG, Khan LK, Dietz WH. Possible lessons from the tobacco experience for obesity control. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 77(4 Suppl): 1073S-1082S, Apr 2003. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Cargo, M., Grams, G. D., Ottoson, J.M., Ward, P., Green, L.W.  Empowerment as fostering positive youth development and citizenship. American Journal of Health Behavior 27(Suppl 1): S66-S79, 2003. [Abstract]

Tu JV, Wang H, Bowyer B, Green L, Fang J, Kucey D. Risk factors for death or stroke after carotid endarterectomy: observations from the Ontario Carotid Endarterectomy Registry. Stroke. 2003 Nov; 34(11):2568-73. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Paluck, E.C., Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Fielding, D.W., & Haverkamp, B. Assessment of communication barriers in community pharmacies. Evaluation & Health Professions 2003 Dec;26(4):380-403. [Abstract]

Lovato C, Potvin L, Lehoux P, Proulx M, Chiasson M, Milligan D, Tremblay M, Gariepy E, Dingwell G, Green L. Software to assist with programme planning: Two community-based cases. Promotion and Education, 10(3): 120-126, 2004. [Online abstract not available]

Best, A., Stokels, D., Green, L.W., Leischow, S., Holmes, B., Buckholz, K.  An integrative framework for community partnering to translate theory into effective health promotion strategy. American Journal of Health Promotion, 18(2): 168-176, 2003. [Abstract]

Mercer, S.L., MacDonald, G., Green, L.W. Participatory research and evaluation: From best practices for all states to achievable practices within each state in the context of the Master Settlement Agreement. Health Promotion Practice, 5(3 Suppl.): 167S-178S, July 2004. [Abstract]

Daniel, M., Cargo, M.D., Lifshay, J., & Green, L.W. Cigarette smoking, mental health and social support: Data from a Northwestern First Nation. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 95(1):45-49, 2004. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Baker, E.S. Potter, M.A., Jones, D.L., Mercer, S.L., Cioffi, J.P., Green, L.W., Halverson, P.K., Lichtveld, M.V., and Fleming, D.W. The public health infrastructure and our nation’s health. Annual Rev of Public Health 21 Apr 2005, 26:303-18. [Abstract]

Combination Pharmacotherapy for Cardiovascular Disease Working Group (Planning Committee and writing team: LW Green & W Weintraub, Co-chairs, V Narayan, M Engelgau, D Williamson, A Fried, F Vinicor; Expert Panel, Green & Weintraub, co-chairs, and others). Combination pharmacotherapy for cardiovascular disease. Annals of Intern. Med.  2005;143(8):593-599. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green LW, & Glasgow R. Evaluating the relevance, generalization, and applicability of research: Issues in external validation and translation methodology. Evaluation & the Health Professions 2006; 29(1): 126-153. [Abstract] [Most Frequently Read & Most Frequently cited]

Green, L.W.  Public health asks of systems science: To advance our evidence-based practice, can you help us get more practice-based evidence? American Journal of Public Health 96(3): 406-409, Mar. 2006. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Martin, J. B., Green, L.W., & Gielen, A. C. Potential lessons from Public health and health promotion for the prevention of child abuse. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community.  1 Jan 2007 34(1-2): 205-22. [Abstract]

Mercer, S.M, DeVinney, B.J., Fine, L.J., Green, L.W., Dougherty, D. Study designs for effectiveness and translation research: Identifying trade-offs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007; 33(2): 139-154. [Abstract]

Sanson-Fisher, R.W., Bonevski, B., Green, L.W., D’Este, C. Limitations of the randomized controlled trial in evaluating population-based health interventions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007; 33(2): 155-161.[Abstract]

Hawkins, N.G., Sanson-Fisher, R.W., Shakeshaft, A., D’Este, C., Green, L.W. The multiple baseline design for evaluating population-based research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007; 33(2): 162-168. [Abstract]

Chiasson, M., Green, L.W. Questioning the IT artefact: user practices that can, could, and cannot be supported in packaged-software designs. European Jour of Information Systems, 2007; 16:542-554. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Choi, C.K.B., Frank, J., Mindell, J.S., Orlova, A., Lin, V., Vaillancourt, A.G.M.G., Puska, P., Pang, T., Skinner, H.A., Marsh, M., Mokdad, A.H., Yu, S-Z., Lindner, M.C., Sherman, G., Barreto, S.M., Green, L.W., Svenson, L.W., Sainsbury, P., Yan, Y., Zhang, Z-F., Zevallos, J.C., Ho, S.C., de Salazar, L.M. Vision for a Global Registry of Anticipated Public Health Studies. Am J. Public Health; April 2007, 97(Supplement 1): S82-S87. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

van Weel C, Hiddink GJ, van Binsbergen J, Brotons C, Drenthen T, Green LW, Halsted CH, Koelen M, Kok FJ, Mathus-Vliegen EHM, Ockhuizen T, Truswell AS. The Fifth International Heelsum Workshop 'more synergy between primary care and public health': mission statement. Fam Prac. 2008; 25(suppl 1):i6. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Hayden J, Cottrell R, Green L, Ames E, Ramsey D. Professional development in retirement: the top rung on the career ladder. Health Promot Pract. 2008 Jul; 9(3):232-236. [Abstract]

Kottke TE, Solberg L, Nelson A, Belcher DW, Caplan W, Green LW, Lydick E, Magid DJ, Rolnick SJ, Woolf SH. Optimizing practice through research: a new perspective to solve an old problem.  Annals of Family Medicine, 6(5): 459-62.Sept/Oct 2008. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W. Making research relevant: if it is an evidence-based practice, where's the practice-based evidence? Family Practice, 2008; 25 (suppl 1): i20-i24. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Cohen DJ, Crabtree BF, Etz RS, Balasubramanian BA, Donahue KE, Leviton LC, Clark EC, Isaacson NF, Stange KC, and Green LW. Fidelity versus flexibility: translating evidence-based research into practice. Am J Prev Med 1 Nov 2008 35(5 Suppl):  S381-389. [Abstract]

Ottoson JM, Green LW, Beery WL, Senter SK, Cahill CL, Pearson DC, Greenwald HP, Hamre R, Leviton L. (2009). Policy-contribution assessment and field-building analysis of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Active Living Research Program. Amer J  Prev Med, Feb 2009; 36(2, Supplement 1), S34-S43. [Abstract]

Van Olphen J., Ottoson JM, Green LW, Barlow J, Koblick K, Hiatt RA.  Evaluation of a partnership approach to translating research on breast cancer and the environment. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. 3(3): 213-226, Fall 2009. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green LW, Travis JW, McAllister RG, Peterson KW, Vardanyan AN, Craig A. Male circumcision and HIV prevention: Insufficient evidence and neglected external validity. Am J Prev Med. Nov 2010;39(5):479-82. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Ramirez AG, Chalela P, Gallion K, Green LW, Ottoson JM. Salud America! Developing a national Latino childhood obesity research agenda. Health Educ & Behav. 38(3):251-260, 2011. [Abstract]

Potter MB, Yu A, Yu TM, Gildengorin G, Yu AY, Chan K, McPhee SJ, Green LW, Walsh J. Adaptation of the FLU-FOBT program for a primary care clinic serving a low-income Chinese-American community:  New evidence of effectiveness. J Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 22(1):284-295. Feb. 2011. [Abstract]

Macaulay AP, Jagosh J, Seller R, Henderson J, Cargo M, Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Salsberg J, Green LW, Herbert CP, Pluye P. Assessing the benefits of participatory research: a rationale for a realist review.  Global Health Promotion 18(2):45–48, 2011; PMID: 21744664 [Abstract]

Jagosh JJ, Pluye P, Macaulay AC, Salsberg J, Henderson J, Sirett E, Bush PL, Seller R, Wong G, Greenhalgh T, Cargo M, Herbert CP, Seifer SD, Green LW.  Assessing the outcomes of participatory research: Protocol for identifying, selecting, appraising and synthesizing the literature for realist review. Implementation Science. 6(1): 24; 2011. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Gonzalez, M., Green, L.W., Glantz, S.A. Through tobacco industry eyes: civil society and the FCTC process from Philip Morris and British American Tobacco's perspectives. Tob. Control. 2012 Jul; 21(4):e1. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Katz DL, Murimi M, Gonzalez A, Nijike V, Green LW. From Controlled Trial to Community Adoption: The Multisite Translational Community Trial. Am J. Public Health. Aug. 2011; 101(8): e17-e27  [Abstract]. See letter to editor - Katz DL, Green LW, Murimi M, Gonzalez A, Njike V (2012). The Multisite Translational Community Trial and Community-Based Participatory Research: A Failure to Communicate?

Potter MB, Walsh JME, Yu TM, Gildengorin G, Green LW, McPhee SJ. The Effectiveness of the FLU–FOBT Program in Primary Care: A Randomized Trial. Am J Prev Med. July 2011; 41(1): pp. 9 –16 [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Trickett EJ, Beehler S, Deutsch C, Green LW, Hawe P, McLeroy K, Miller RL, Rapkin BD, Schensul JJ, Schulz AJ, and Trimble JE. Advancing the Science of Community-Level Interventions. Am J Public Health. July 2011. 101(8): pp. 1410-1419   [Abstract]

Huber M., Knotternerus J, Green LW, van der Horst H, Jadad AR, Kromhout D, Leonard B, Lorig K, Louriero MI, van der Meer JWM, Schnabel P, Smith R, van Weel C, Smid H. How should we define health? Brit Med J. 2011;343:d4163 doi: 10.1136, 26 July 2011. [Abstract]

Livingood WC, Allegrante JP, Airhihenbuwa CO, Clark NM, Windsor RC, Zimmerman MA, Green LW. Applied social and behavioral science to address complex health problems.  Amer J Prev Med. 2011;41(5):525-531. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Yano EM, Green LW, Glanz K, Ayanian JZ, Mittman BS, Chollette V, Rubenstein LV. Implementation and spread of interventions into the multilevel context of routine practice and policy: implications for the cancer care continuum. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monograph 2012 (May); 44:86-99. [Abstract] 

Green LW, Brancati FL, Albright A., & Primary Prevention of Diabetes Working Group. Primary prevention of type 2 diabetes: integrative public health and primary care opportunities, challenges and strategies. Family Practice. 2012 (Apr); 29 Suppl 1:i13-23. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Pluye P, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Henderson J, Sirett E, Wong G, Cargo M, Herbert CP, Seifer SD, Green LW, and Greenhalgh T. Uncovering the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications of a Realist Review for Health Research and Practice. Milbank Quar. Jun 2012; 90(2): 311-346. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0009.2012.00665.x. PMID: 22709390. [Abstract]

Glasgow RE, Green LW, Taylor MV, Stange KC. An Evidence Integration Triangle for Aligning Science with Policy and Practice. Amer J Prev Med., 2012; 42(6):646-654. [Abstract]

Walsh JME, Gildengorin G, Green LW, Jenkins J, Potter M. The FLU-FOBT Program in community clinics: durable benefits of a randomized controlled trial. Health Educ. Res. 2012; 27(5):886-894.  [Abstract] PMID: 22641790.

Huang MT, Brownson PR, Esposito L, Green L, Homer C. Next steps in obesity prevention: applying the systems approach. Child Obes. 2013 Feb; 9(1):11-4. [Abstract]

Potter M, Ackerson L, Gomez V, Walsh JME, Green LW, Levin TR, Somkin C. Effectiveness and Reach of the FLU-FIT Program in an Integrated Healthcare System: A Multisite Randomized Trial. Am J Public Health.: 2013 Jun; 103(6):1128-33. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

 Melvyn CL, Corbie-Smith G, Kumanyia SK, Pratt CA, Nelson C, Walker ER, Ammerman A, Ayala GX, Best LG, Cherrington AL, Economos CA, Green LW, Harman J, Hooker SP, Murray DM, Perri MG, Ricketts TC. Developing a Research Agenda for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention in High-risk Rural Communities: Guiding Principles and Recommendations. American Journal of Public Health. 2012, online ahead of print: e1-e11. [Abstract]

Meissner HI, Glasgow RE, Vinson CA, Chambers D, Brownson RC, Green LW, Ammerman AS, Weiner BJ, Mittman B. The U.S. training institute for dissemination and implementation research in health. Implementation Science, 2013, 8(12). [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Witt CM, Chesney, M, Gliklich RE, Green LW, Lewith G, Luce B, McCaffrey A, Raferty Withers SF, Sox HC, Tunis S, Berman BM. Building a Strategic Framework for Comparative Effectiveness Research in Complementary and Integrative Medicine”, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012, Article ID 531096, 5 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/531096 [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Ottoson JM, Ramirez AG, Green LW, Gallion KJ. Exploring potential research contributions to policy: The Salud America! experience. Am J Prev Med, 2013, 44(3 Suppl. 3): S282-289. [Abstract] [Full Text] [Full text of the whole issue, Addressing Latino Childhood Obesity Through Research and Policy, 19 articles]

Chatterji M, Green LW, Kumanyiki S.  L.E.A.D.: A Framework for Evidence Gathering and Use for the Prevention of Obesity and Other Complex Public Health Problems. Health Educ & Behav. 19 June 2013, 10.1177/1090198113490726 [Abstract]

Kokko, S., Green, L.W., and Kannas, L. A review of settings-based health promotion with applications to sports clubs. Health Promot. Int. (: June 30, 2013). doi: 10.1093/heapro/dat046. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

 

 

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Green, L.W., Jan, Y.A. Family planning knowledge and attitude surveys in Pakistan. Pakistan Development Review 4:332‑355, 1964. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Johns, E.S. (chair), Green, L.W., et al. New definitions: Report of the Joint Committee on Health Education Terminology. Health Education Monograph. No. 33, 1973.  Reprinted in Journal of School Health 44:33‑37, 1974.

Green, L.W.  Constructive consumerism and health economics.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Health Council, Orlando, Florida, March 17, 1975.  Health Education 2:3‑65, 1975.  Also in Disease Control and Health Education and Promotion, 1975. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health, US Senate, May 7‑8, 1975, pp. 966‑979.

Green, L.W.  Theory and research vs. practice in health education. Health Education & Behavior 3:352‑358, 1975. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  The potential of health education includes cost‑effectiveness. Hospitals:  J.A.H.A. 50:51‑56, May 1, 1976.

Green, L.W., Werlin, S., Shauffler, H., Avery, C.H.  Research and demonstration issues in self‑care:  Measuring the decline of medicocentrism.  Commissioned paper for the National Center for Health Services Research. Health Educ. Monogr. 5(2):161‑189, 1977. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Faden, R.R.  The potential impact of patient package inserts on patients, drug consumers. Presented at the FDA/AMA/APA/DIA Symposium on Patient Package Inserts, Washington, DC, November 14, 1976. Drug Information Journal 2(supp.):64‑70, 1977.  Summary in "Proceedings, Outlook 1977: Patient package inserts raise a swarm of questions."  Patient Care 11: Jan. 1977.

            Green, L.W.  Health information and health education.  Bull. Am. Soc. Inf. Sci. 4:15‑16, 1978.

            Green, L.W.  The oversimplification of policy issues in prevention.  AJPH , October 1978, 68(10): 953-954. [Free Full Text]

            Green, L.W., Rimer B., Bertera, R.  How cost‑effective are smoking cessation strategies?  World Smok. Health 3:33‑40, 1978.

            Green, L.W.  Health promotion policy and the placement of responsibility for personal health care. Fam. Community Health:  J. Health Promotion & Maint. 2:51‑64, 1979.

            Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Russell, R.P., Morisky, D., Chwalow, J., Benson, P.  Compliance in hypertension management: What the physician can do.  Practical Cardiology 5:151‑153, 157‑158, 160, 1979.

            Green, L.W.  Answering the question, does health education work? Invited editorial, J. School Health 49:55, 1979.

            Green, L.W.  The misunderstanding and misuse of health education. Invited editorial, J. School Health 49:290, 1979.

            Green, L.W.  How to evaluate health promotion.  Hospitals:  J.A.H.A. 53(19):106‑108, 1979. [Abstract]

            Green, L.W.  To educate or not to educate: Is that the question? . AJPH June 1980, 70(6): 625-626. [Free Full Text]

            Green, L.W.  Health care in the future — the federal perspective.  Parameters in Health Care 5:4‑5, 1980.

Green, L.W.  Current report: Office of Health Information, Health Promotion, Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine. Health Educ. 11:28, 1980.

Green, L.W.  The Handbook of Health Education.  (Edited by Lazes, Peter M., Germantown, MD:  Aspen Systems Corp. 979, 448 pp.)  Book review, Inquiry 27:178‑180, 1980.

Green, L.W.  Lessons from the past, plans for the future.  Health Educ. Q. 8:105‑117, 1981. [Abstract]

Alderman, M., Green, L.W., Flynn, B.S.  Hypertension control programs in occupational settings.  Public Health Rep. 95: 158‑163, 1980.  Reprinted in Parkinson, R. et al., (eds.), Managing Health Promotion in the Worksite.  Palo Alto:  Mayfield Publishing Co., 1982. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W., Iverson, D.C.  School health education. Ann. Rev. Public Health 3:321‑338, 1982. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W., Gordon, N.P.  Productive research designs for health education investigations. Health Educ.
13(3):4‑10, May-June, 1982. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  A triage and stepped approach to self-care education. Med. Times 111:75‑80, May 1983.

Stainbrook, G., Green, L.W.   Behavior and behaviorism in health education.  Health Educ. 13(6):14‑19, Nov-Dec. 1982. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., K G  Bauer. (1983) Data requirements and the objectives for the nation. American Journal of Public Health 73:9, 1101-1102, 1-Sep-1983. [No online abstract available] [Full Text]

Goldstein, R.A., Green, L.W., Parker, S.R. (guest editors): Preface: Self-management of childhood asthma.
J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 72:522-525, 1983.

Green, L.W., Goldstein, R.A., Parker, S.R.  Conclusions and recommendations: Self‑management of childhood asthma. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 72:625‑626, 1983.

Morisky, D.E., Levine, D.M., Green, L.W., Shapiro, S., Russell, R.P., Smith, C.R. Author's Response to Kirscht and to Tuthill, et al. American Journal of Public Health:; November 1983, 73(11): 1330-1331. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  The future of cancer patient education.  Health Educ. Q. 10(Special Suppl.):102‑110, 1984. [Abstract]

Levkoff, S., Green, L.W., Hansel, N.  Changes in the cycle of life-style and aging: Implications for health promotion. Special Care in Dentistry 4(3):130-134, May-June 1984. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Modifying and developing health behavior.  Ann. Rev. Public Health 5:215‑236, 1984. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Bone, L.R., Levine, D.M., Parry, R.E., Morisky, D.E., Green, L.W.  Update on the factors associated with high blood pressure compliance. Maryland State Med. J. 33(3):201‑204, March 1984.

Green, L.W.  Health promotion research and development. Alabama J. Med. Sci. 21(2):217‑219, 1984.

McAlister, A.L., Green, L.W.  New approaches to the promotion of public health and safety. Public Aff. Comment. 30:1‑11, 1984.

Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D., Maloney, S.K. (Guest Eds.): Large‑scale campaigns in health education. Health Educ. Q. 11(3):221‑223, Fall 1984.

Green, L.W., McAlister, A.  Macro‑intervention to support health behavior: Some theoretical perspectives and practical reflections. Health Educ. Q. 11(3):322‑339, 1984. [Abstract]

Levine, D.M., Green, L.W.  Patient education: State of the art in research and evaluation. Bull. New York Acad. Med. 61(2):135‑143, March 1985.

Green, L.W., Cook, T., Doster, M.E., Fors, S.W., Hambleton, R., Smith, A.,  Walberg, H.J.  Thoughts from the School Health Education Evaluation Advisory Panel.  J. School Health 55(8):300, Oct. 1985.

Mullen, P.D., Green, L.W. Meta‑analysis points way toward more effective medication teaching.  Promoting Health 6(6):6‑8, Nov.‑Dec. 1985.

Green, L.W.  Behavior is an inescapable product, whether we call it an objective or not.  The Eta Sigma Gamma Monograph Series 4(1):37‑39, 1985.

Green, L.W.  What is the Society for Public Health Education if not an open society?  SOPHE Presidential Address 1984. Health Educ. Q. 12(3):285‑292, 1985. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  The theory of participation: A qualitative analysis of its expression in national and international health policies. Advances in Health Education and Promotion 1(Part A):211-236, 1986.

Green, L.W.  Health promotion and the elderly: Why do it and where does it lead? A national policy perspective. Home Health Care Services 7(3-4):271‑276, 1986. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D., Stainbrook, G.L.  Helping the elderly to avoid drug errors. Pharmacy World News 1(1):7, 1986.

Green, L.W.  Evaluation model: A framework for the design of rigorous evalua­tion of efforts in health promotion.  Amer. J. Health Prom 1(1):77‑79, 1986. See 17-year retrospective on this model in Anderson, D.R., The DataBase at age seventeen: Vision, Evolution, and potential. Amer. J. Health Prom. 18(4): 326-327.

Green, L.W., Wilson, A., Lovato, C.Y.  What changes can health promotion achieve and how long do these changes last?  The trade‑offs between expediency and durability. Prev. Med. 15(5):508‑521, 1986. [Abstract]

              Green, L.W.  Individuals vs. systems: An artificial classification that divides and distorts. Health Link 2(3):29‑30, 1986.

              Green, L.W.  Research agenda: Building a consensus on research questions. Amer. J. Health Prom 1(2):70‑72, 1986.

Green, L.W., Lewis, F.M.  Data analysis in evaluation of health education: Towards standardization of procedures and terminology.  Health Educ. Res. 2(3):215-221, 1987.

Green, L.W.  Three ways research influences policy and practice: The public's right to know and the scientist's responsibility to educate. AAHE Scholar Address. Health Educ. 18(4):44-49, 1987. [Abstract]

Ottoson, J.M., Green, L.W.   Reconciling concept and context: A Theory of implementation.  Adv. Health Education & Promotion 2:353‑382, 1987.

Altman, D.G., Green, L.W.  Area review: Education and training in behavioral medicine.  Annals of Behav. Med. 10(1):4-7, 1988.

Green, L.W.  Bridging the gap between community health and school health.  AJPH 78(9): 1149, 1988. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Policies for decentralization and development of health education. Keynote address at national conference of Brazilian health educators. Rev. Saude Publica (S.Paulo) 22(3):217-20, 1988. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Eriksen, M.P., Green, L.W., Fultz, F.G.  Principles of changing health behavior. Cancer 62(Suppl. S1): 1768-1775, 1988. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Is institutionalization the proper role of grantmaking? Amer. J. Health Promotion 3(4):44, 1989.

McLeroy, K.R., Green, L.W., Mullen, K.D.,  Foshee, V.  Can we reduce stress in American workers? A review of programs. Advances: J. Inst. for the Advancement of Health 6(1):16-19, 1989.

Green, L.W. Response from Dr. Green. American Journal of Public Health; February 1989, 79(2): 233-233. [Free Full Text]

Samuels, S.E., Green, L.W., Tarlov, A.R. Project LEAN. American Journal of Public Health: March 1989, 79(3): 350-350. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Community organizing strategies.  Grantscene 6(3):5, Winter 1989/90

Green, L.W.  Hospitals and health care providers as agents of patient education.  Patient Educ. & Couns. 15:169-170, 1990.

Green, L.W.  Editorial: TV and teens. J. Adol. Health Care 11:91-92, 1990. 

Green, L.W., Raeburn, J.  Health promotion: What is it?  What will it become?  Health Promot. 3(2):151-159, 1988. [Abstract]. Translated in Gaceta Sanitaria (Journal of the Spanish Society of Public Health & Health Administration) 11, 1990.

Council on Scientific Affairs. Education for health. A role for physicians and the efficacy of health education efforts. Council on Scientific Affairs. J Am Med Assoc 263(13):1816-1819, 1990. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.K.  Health promotion as a strategy for public health in the 1990s. Ann. Rev. of Public Health 11:319-334, 1990.

Green, L.W., Gottlieb, N.H., Parcel, G.S.  Diffusion theory extended and applied.  Adv. Health Educ. Promotion, Vol. 3, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd., pp. 91-117, 1991.

McCuan, R., Green, L.W.  Multivariate statistical methods for evaluation of health education and health promotion programs. Adv. Health Educ. Promotion, Vol.3, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers Ltd.,
pp. 153-197, 1991.

Kreuter, M.W., Green, L.W.  Good planning and common sense: Keys to evaluation.  The Catalyst 18(4):4-5, Fall 1991.

Green, L.W.  Everyone has a theory. Few have measurement. Health Educ. Res. 6(2): 249-250, 1991. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  The health promotion research agenda revisited.  Amer. J. Health Promotion 6(6):411-413, 1992.

Green, L.W.  Free to be Foolish: Politics and Health Promotion in the United States and Britain by Howard M. Leichter, Princeton University Press, 1991, pp. 281. Book review in Policy Currents (American Political Science Association), 2(4):16-17, November 1992.

Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  Are Community Organization and Health Promotion One Process or Two?  Amer.
J. Health Promotion 7(3):221, Jan/Feb 1993.

Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Wharf-Higgins, J.  Scientific basis for cardiovascular disease prevention and heart health promotion policy: Psychosocial and community determinants. Canadian J Cardiology, 9 (Suppl. D):50D-52D, May 1993.

Green, L.W.  The democratization of research? Keynote address at the 3rd Annual Canadian Conference on HIV/AIDS Research. Canadian J Infectious Dis 4 (Suppl. A):5A, May 1993.

Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W.  Organizational and community change as the social scientific basis for disease prevention and health promotion policy. In G.L. Albrecht (ed.), Advances in Medical Sociology, Volume IV:  A Reconsideration of Health Behavior Change Models, Ipswitch, Connecticut: JAI Press Inc. pp. 209-233, 1994.

Blair, S., Powell, K., Bazzarre, T., Early, J., Epstein, L., Green, L.W., et al.  Physical activity. American Heart Association Prevention Conference III: Behavior Change and Compliance, Keys to Improving Cardiovascular Health.  Circulation: 88:1402-1407, September 1993.

Cargo, M., Green, L.W.  Does health beget satisfaction?  Review of Hall, et al.,  Medical Care 31:84-94, 1993,
in Amer J Med 95:4, September 1993.

Milligan, D., Green, L.W.  Does needle-exchange save lives?  Review of U.S. General Accounting Office Office Report.  Policy Watch.  AmerJ Med 95:1-2, September. 1993.

Green, L.W., Glanz, K., Hochbaum, G.M., Kok, G., Kreuter, M.W., Lewis, F.M., Lorig, K., Morisky, D., Rimer, B.,  Rosenstock, I.M.  Can we build on, or must we replace, the theories and models in health education? Health Educ Res 9(3) :397-404, 1994. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Tan, J., Gold, R.S.,  Kreuter, M.W.  EMPOWER/Canadian Health Expert System: The Application of Artificial Intelligence and Expert System Technology to Community Health Program Planning and Evaluation. Canadian Medical Informatics, November/December issue: 20-23, 1994.

Green, L.W.  Who will qualify to fill positions in health promotion? Canadian Journal of Public Health 86(1): 7-9, 1995. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Higgins, J.W.  Rejoinder by Green and Higgins. Health Promotion International 10:75-76,1995.

Herbert, C.H., Visser, A., Green, L.W.  Editorial: Clinical health promotion and family physicians.  Patient Educ & Counsel. 25: 223-226, 1995.

Green, L.W.  Bringing people back to health.  Promotion & Educ 3(1): 23-27, 1996. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Rx: A strong dose of moderation.  Priorities 8(2):19-20, 1996.

Green, L.W., O'Neill, M., Westphal, M.,  Morisky, D.  Editorial: The Challenges of Participatory Action Research for Health Promotion.  Prom & Educ 3(4):3-5, 1996.

Green, L.W.   Editorial: Taxes and the Tobacco Wars.  Canadian Med Assoc J 156(2):205-206, 1997. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  A comparison of the Victorian Health Promotion Model and the California Tobacco Control Model.  Editorial in VicHealth Bulletin, Health Promotion Matters 1:2, 1997.

Green, L.W.  Commentary:  Community health promotion: Applying the science of evaluation to the initial sprint of a marathon.  Amer J Prev Med 13(4):225-228, 1997.

Cheadle, A., Beery, W., Wagner, E., Fawcett, S., Green, L.W., Moss, D., Plough, A., Wandersman, A., Woods, I.  Commentary: Conference Report: Community-Based Health Promotion — State of the Art and Recommendations for the Future.  Amer J Prev Med 13(4): 240-243, 1997. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  What can we generalize from research on patient education and clinical health promotion to physician counselling on diet? European J. of Clinical Nutrition 53 (Suppl 2): S9-S18, 1999. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  What health education contributed to public health in the twentieth century: A glimpse through health promotion's rear-view mirror. Annual Review of Public Health 20: 67-88, 1999. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Visser, A. Editorial announcement. Patient Educ & Couns 38(3):173-174, Nov 1999.

Green, L.W. Caveats on coalitions: in praise of partnerships. Health Promotion Practice 1(1):64-65, 2000. [Abstract & Full Text]

Eriksen, M., LW Green, L Bailey, T Pechacek. Global tobacco trends spark hope, sound alarm. Global  Health and Environment Monitor 8(2): 1-2, Summer 2000. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W., Eriksen, M.P., Bailey, L., Husten, C. Achieving the implausible in the next decade: tobacco control objectives. Am J Public Health 90: 337-339, 2000. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W. Commentary on the emerging Guide to Community Preventive Services from a health promotion perspective. Amer J Preventive Medicine 18 (Supp. 1):7-9, 2000 [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Working together or hanging together to avoid working?  Public Health Reports 115:183-187, 2000.

Ostry, A., Marion, R., Green, L.W., Demers, P., Teschke, K., Hershler, R., Kelly, S., Hertzman, C. Downsizing and industrial restructuring in related to changes in psychosocial conditions of work in British Columbia sawmills. Scand J Work Environ Health., 26(3):273-8, 2000. [Abstract]

Green, L.W. From research to “best practices” in other settings and populations (Research Laureate address at the American Academy of Health Behavior). American Journal of Health Behavior 25(3):165-178, April-May 2001. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Mercer, S.L, Green, L.W., Nathan, R. The health of health promotion in public policy: Drawing inspiration from the tobacco control movement. Health Prom J Australia 12(2): 12-18, 2001. [Abstract]

Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W., Ratner, P.A., Chomik, T., Larsen, C. Health impact assessment as a tool for health promotion and population health. WHO Reg Publ Eur Ser. 2001;(92):405-37.

Green, L.W. My favorite five signpost publications in health education and health promotion. Reviews of Health Promotion and Education Online, 2001.

Green, L.W., Murphy, R.L., McKenna, J.W. New insights into how mass media works for and against tobacco. Journal of Health Communications 7(3): 245-248, May-June 2002. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W. Commentary. Fighting back or fighting themselves? Community coalitions against substance abuse and their use of best practices. Amer J Preventive Med  23(4): 303-306, Nov 2002.

Glover, E.D., Werch, CE., Green, L.W. Opening comments of the Second Scientific Meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior. Am J Health Behav 26(6): 403-406, 2002. [Abstract]

Garfield, S. A., Malozowski, S., Chin, M. H., Naryan, K. M., Glasgow, R., Green, L. W., Hiss, R. G., & Krumholz, H. M. Considerations for Diabetes Translational Research in Real-World Settings. Diabetes Care 26(9): 2670-2674., Sep 2003. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W. An interview with Lawrence W Green. Interview by Molly T. Laflin and David R. Black. Amer J Health Behav 27(4): 466-468, 2003. [Abstract]

Green, L. W. Introduction of Albert Bandura (and his contributions to health education) to Receive the Healthtrac Foundation Health Education Award and to Present the Healthtrac Lecture at the Society for Public Health Education, Philadelphia.SOPHE Annual Conference. Health Educ and Behav 31(2):141-142, 2004. [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W.  Ethics and Community-Based Participatory Research: Commentary on Minkler. Health Educ Behav 2004; 31(6): 698-701. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Prospects and possible pitfalls of a preventive Polypill: Confessions of a health promotion convert. Eur J Clin Nutrition, 59(Suppl 1): S4-S8, 2005 [Abstract] [Free Full Text]. Discussion on pg. S9.

Sheffer C, Green L, Ramiah K, Raczynski J. Recommendations from the ASPH/Legacy Scholarship, Training, and Education Program for Tobacco Use Prevention (STEP UP) strategy planning meeting Chicago, May 3, 2005. Public Health Rep. 2006 Sep-Oct; 121(5):629-33 [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Ottoson, J.M., & Green, L.W.  Community outreach: from measuring the difference to making a difference with health information. Jour Medical Library Assoc 93(Suppl 4): S49-S56, Oct Suppl. 2005. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green, L.W. The underdeveloped partnership of patient education and counseling with public health. Patient Education and Counseling 59(2): 115-116, Nov 2005.

Green, L.W., Orleans, C.T., Ottoson, J.M., Cameron, R., Pierce, J.P. & Bettinghaus, E.P. Inferring strategies for disseminating physical activity policies, programs, and practices from the success of tobacco control. Am J Prev Med, 31(4 Suppl): S66-S81., Oct. 2006. [Abstract]

Green LW, Glasgow RE. Evaluating the relevance, generalization, and applicability of research: Issues in external validation and translation methodology. Mar 01, 2006 29: 126-153. [Among top three downloaded articles for this journal through 2013]

Glasgow RE, Green LW, Klesges LM, Abrams DB, Fisher EB, Goldstein MG, Hayman LL, Ockene JK, Orleans  CT. External validity: we need to do more. Annals of Behavioral Med. 2006 Apr; 31(2):105-8. [Abstract]

George, M.A., Daniel, M. Green, L.W. Appraising and funding participatory research in health promotion. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 18(2): 181 – 197, 1998-1999. [Abstract] [Reprinted among “Classics (Contemporary)”]. International Quarterly of Community Health Education: A Journal of Policy and Applied Research 26(2):171-187, 2006-2007. [Abstract]

Glasgow RE., Green LW., Ammerman A. A focus on external validity. Evaluation and the Health Professions. 2007; 30(2): 115-17. [Abstract]

Green LW. Translation 2 Research: The roadmap less traveled. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007; 33(2): 137-38.

Green LW. The Prevention Research Centers as models of practice-based evidence: Two decades on. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2007;33(1S): S6-S8. [Free Full Text]

Green LW. Public health asks of community psychology. Am J Community Psychol 41(3-4): 404-406, 2008. [Abstract]

Green LW. From Alma Ata to prescription for health: correcting 30 years of drift in primary care prevention and behavioral interventions. Am J Prev Med 1 Nov 2008 35(5 Suppl): p. S434-436. [Free Full Text]

Green LA, Cifuentes M, Glasgow RE, Stange KC. Redesigning primary care practice to incorporate health behavior change: prescription for health round-2 results. Am J Prev Med. 2008 Nov; 35(5 Suppl):S347-349. [No abstract available]

Green LW, Ottoson JM, Garcia C, Hiatt R. Diffusion theory and knowledge dissemination, utilization and integration. Annual Review of Public Health  30: 151-174, April 2009. [Abstract] [Free Full Text] [One of “Top two downloads of past 12 months, March 2012].

Green LW, McAllister RG, Peterson KW, Travis JW. Medicaid Coverage of Circumcision Spreads Harm to the Poor. Am J Public Health, 99(4): 584, April 2009. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]. Author reply 584-586.

 Green LW, Glasgow RE, Atkins D, Stange K. Making Evidence from Research More Relevant, Useful, and Actionable in Policy, Program Planning, and Practice: Slips “Twixt Cup and Lip”. Am J Prev Med., 37(6 Suppl 1):S187-91, Dec 2009. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Green LW. Postscript. In Ottoson JM, Hawe P (Eds), Knowledge Utilization, Diffusion, Implementation, Transfer, and Translation: Implications for Evaluaiton. New Directions in Evaluation. No. 124, Winter 2009, pp. 101-102.

Task Force on Community Preventive Services, The. [LWG one of 12 members]. Recommendations for reducing excessive alcohol-related harms by limiting alcohol outlet density. Am J Prev Med. Dec 2009; 37(6): 570-571.

Campbell CA, Hahn RA, Elder R, et al…the Task Force on Community Preventive Services [LWG one of 12 members]. The effectiveness of limiting alcohol outlet density as a means of reducing excessive alcohol consumption and alcohol-related harms. Am J Prev Med. Dec 2009; 37(6):556-569. [Abstract]

Task Force on Community Preventive Services [LWG one of 12 members]. Increasing Alcoholic Beverage Taxes Is Recommended to Reduce Excessive Alcohol Consumption and Related Harms. Am J Prev Med Feb 2010; 38(2): 230-232. [Abstract]

Green LW. The field-building role of a journal about participatory medicine and health, and the evidence needed. J Participat Med. 2009(Oct);1(1):e11. [Abstract & Free Full Text]

Green LW, Kreuter MW. Evidence hierarchies versus synergistic interventions. Am J Public Health. Oct 2010; 100(10):1824-1825.[Free Full Text]

Fielding JE, Brownson RC, Green LW. Moving from “what” to “how.” Editors’ introduction to Ann Rev Public Health 31:v-vi, 2010. [Abstract & Free Full Text]

Task Force on Community Preventive Services [LWG one of 12 members]. Recommendations for worksite-based interventions to improve workers’ health. Am J Prev Med 2010;38(2S):S232–S236. [Free Full Text]

Green LW, Fielding J. The Healthy People initiative: Its genesis and its sustainability Ann Rev Public Health. 32: 451-470, 2011. [Abstract & Free Full Text]

Task Force on Community Preventive Services [LWG one of 12 members]. Recommendations on the effectiveness of ignition interlocks for preventing alcohol-impaired driving and alcohol-related crashes. Am J Prev Med. 2011 Mar;40(3):377. [Free Full Text]

Green LW. What has changed most dramatically since the inauguration of the American Journal of Health Promotion? Am J Health Promot. 2011; 25(4): exix-exx. [Free Full Text].

Green LW, Travis JW, McAllister RG, Peterson KW, Vardanyan AN, Craig A. Author responses. Am J Prev Med. 2011; 40(3): e9-e10 and e13-4.

Green LW. Definition of health. Oxford Bibliographies Online—Public Health. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. For title page and first few pages. [Free Full Text]

Green LW. Health promotion. Oxford Bibliographies Online—Public Health.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. For title page and first few pages.  [Free Full Text]

Green LW. Population health objectives and targets. Oxford Bibliographies Online—Public Health. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. For title page and first few pages. [Free Full Text]

Green LW, Allegrante JP.  Healthy people 1980-2020: raising the ante decennially or just the name from public health education to health promotion to social determinants Health Educ & Behav. 2011; 38(6):558-562.

Green LW. New anti-smoking ads by CDC a smart move. Op Ed. CNN Online News. March 16, 2012. [Free Full Text]

Truswell AS, Hiddink GJ, Green LW, Roberts R, van Weel C. Practice-based evidence for weight management: alliance between primary care and public health. Fam Pract. 2012 Apr;29 Suppl 1:i6-i9. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

Katz DL, Green LW, Murimi M, Gonzalez A, Njike V (2012). The Multisite Translational Community Trial and Community-Based Participatory Research: A Failure to Communicate? Am J. Public Health. April 2012: 102(4): 581-582. [Link to obtain full text of article]; author reply 582-583.

Sallis JF, Green LW. Active Living by Design and its evaluation: contributions to science. Am J Prev Med. 2012 Nov;43(5 Suppl 4):S410-2. doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2012.07.014.

Green LW. Connecting the dots of a public health career. Commencement address and Senator Frank Lautenberg Lecture, Rutgers School of Public Health. Health Educ & Behav. 2012;39(6):641-642. [Abstract]

Ottoson JM, Ramirez AG, Green LW, Gallion KJ. Exploring potential research contributions to policy: The Salud America! experience. Am J Prev Med. 2013; Mar;44(3S3):S282-9. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]

 

 

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Green, L.W.   Policy implications of an Asian experiment comparing family planning programs directed at males and females.  In Kahn, N.I. (ed.), Population Planning: Policy Issues and Programme Development. Dacca: Bangladesh National Family Planning Ministry, 1972, pp. 765-79.  Also presented at Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, Toronto, April 14, 1972.

Green, L.W., Fisher, A., Kahn, N.I., Haider, S.J.  The USN Study ‑ Findings and implications for the Family Planning Program of Bangladesh. In Kahn, N.I. (ed.), Population Planning:  Policy Issues and Programme Development.  Dacca: Bangladesh National Family Planning Ministry, 1972, pp. 383‑403.

Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Becker, M.H. (ed.), The Health Belief Model and Personal Health Behavior.  Thorofare, NJ: Charles B. Slack, Inc., 1974.

Green, L.W., Figa‑Talamanca, I.  Suggested designs for evaluation of patient education programs.  Reprinted in Redman, B.K. (ed.), Patient Teaching, special issue of Nurs. Digest 6:65‑87, 1978. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Diffusion and adoption of innovations related to cardiovascular risk behavior in the public.  In Enelow, A.J., Henderson, J.B. (eds.), Applying Behavioral Science to Cardiovascular Risk.  New York: American Heart Association, 1975, pp. 84‑108.  Reprinted in Congressional Record, Hearings of the Senate Subcommittee on Health, May 7‑8, 1975, pp. 980‑1040.

Green, L.W., McQueen, D.V.  From findings to action:  Implications of the diffusion reviews for program planning.  In Enelow, A.J., Henderson, J.B. (eds.), Applying Behavioral Science to Cardiovascular Risk.  New York:  American Heart Association, pp. 109‑110, 1975.

Wang, V.L., Ephross, P., Green, L.W.  The point of diminishing returns in home visits to rural homemakers.  In D'Onofrio, C., Wang, V.L. (eds.), Rural Health Education (C.B. Slack, Inc., 1975).  Also reprinted in Zapka, J. (ed), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 3. Oakland:  Third Party Publishing Co., pp. 155-173, 1981.

Green, L.W.  Site‑ and symptom‑related factors in secondary prevention of cancer.  Chapter in Cullen, J., Fox, B.,  Isom, R. (eds.), Cancer: The Behavioral Dimensions.  New York:  Raven Press, pp. 45‑61, 1976.

Green, L.W.  Utilization of cost effectiveness in evaluation in the health care field. In Bowman, L., Northcutt, T.J., Main, E.C. (eds.), Health Care and Evaluation Research.  Tampa:  University of South Florida, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Monograph Series No. 1, pp. 58‑76, 1977.

Green, L.W.  The potential of health education includes cost‑effectiveness.  Reprinted in Redman, B.K. (ed.),  Patient Teaching, special issue of Nurs. Dig. 6:65‑87, 1978.

Green, L.W.  Methods available to evaluate the health education components of preventive health programs. Preventive Medicine USA: Health Promotion and Consumer Health Education. Bethesda:  National Institutes of Health, June 1976, pp. 162‑171.  Also in Somers, A. (ed.), Health Promotion and Consumer Health Education.  Greenbelt, MD:  Aspen System, 1976, pp. 167‑175.  Also in Preventive Medicine USA.  New York:  Prodist, Appendix M, pp. 388‑393, 1976.

Green, L.W., Werlin, S., Schauffler, H., Avery, C.H.   Research and demon­stration issues in self‑care:  Measuring the decline of medicocentrism. In Consumer Self-Care in Health, NCHSR Research Proceeding Series, DHEW Publication No. (HRA) 77‑3181, 1977, pp. 20‑36.  Also in Health Educ Monogr., 5(2):161-189, 1977. [Abstract]. Reprinted in Zapka, J. (ed.), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 3.  Oakland:  Third Party Publishing Co., pp. 40‑69, 1981.

Green, L.W., Green, P.F.  Intervening in social systems to make smoking education more effective.  In Steinfeld, J., Griffiths, W., Ball, K., Taylor, R.M. (eds.), Smoking and Health:  Health Consequences, Education, Cessation Activities, and Government Action, Vol. 2.  Washington, DC: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Government Printing Office, Publication No. (NIH) 77‑1413, 1977, pp. 393‑401. [Abstract]

Green, L.W.  Evaluation and measurement: Some dilemmas for health education. Am J Public Health., 67(2): 155–161, 1977. [Abstract] [Free Full Text]. Reprinted in Redman, B.K. (ed.), Patient Teaching, special issue of Nurs. Dig. 6:65‑87, 1978.

Green, L.W.  Determining the impact and effectiveness of health education as it relates to federal policy. Health Education Monographs, 6(Supplement 1), 1978. [Abstract]. Also in Mathews, B. (ed.), The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, Vol. 2.  Oakland:  Third Party Publishing Co., 1981, pp. 48‑89.

Green, L.W.  Educational strategies to improve compliance with preventive and therapeutic regimens:  The recent evidence. Chapter 10 in Haynes, R.B., Taylor, D.W., Sackett, D.M. (eds.), Compliance in Health Care.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979, pp. 157‑173.

Green, L.W., Rimer, B., Bertera, R.  How cost‑effective are smoking cessa­tion strategies?  In Schwartz, J.L. (ed.), Progress in Smoking Cessation: Proceedings of the International Conference on Smoking Cessation, New York City, June 21, 1978.  New York:  American Cancer Society, 1978, pp. 91‑104.

Green, L.W.  The impact of health education interventions on the management and control of primary hypertension and asthma. In Horwath, W.J., Payne, B.C. (eds.), Case Studies of Health Care Research Methodology:  Proceedings of the Health Services Research Center Directors' Conference, Ann Arbor, May 18‑19, 1978.  Washington, DC:  National Center for Health Services Research, Department of Health, Education, & Welfare, 1978, pp. 53‑64.

Green, L.W.  Toward national policy for health education. In Blane, H., Chafetz, M.E. (eds.), Alcohol, Youth and Social Policy.  New York: Plenum Publishers, 1979, pp. 283‑305. [Abstract] [Initial pages of full text]

Green, L.W.  National policy in the promotion of health.  Keynote address at the Tenth International Conference on Health Education, London, September 3, 1979.  Reprinted in Hiller, M. (ed.), Medical Ethics and the Law:  Implications for Public Policy.  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger Publishing Co., 1981, pp. 135‑148. [Full Text – pg. 34 of PDF]

Green, L.W.  Emerging federal perspectives on health promotion. In J.P. Allegrante (ed.), Health Promotion Monographs No. 1. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1981.

Green, L.W., Squyres, W., D'Altroy, L., Hebert, B.   What recent research in patient education is telling us.  Chapter 2 in Squyres, W. (ed.), Patient Education: An Inquiry Into the State of the Art.  New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1980, pp. 11‑36.

Green, L.W.  What is quality in patient education and how do we assess it?  National Patient Education Symposium, University of California Medical Center and National Center for Health Education, San Francisco, September 24, 1977. Atlan­ta, GA: Bureau of Health Education, Centers for Disease Control, PHS, Government Printing Office, Publication No. 740‑265, 1978, pp. 51‑66. Also Chapter 7 in Squyres, W. (ed.), Patient Education: An Inquiry Into the State of the Art.  New York:  Springer Publishing Co., 1980, pp. 137‑156.

Green, L.W., Rimer, B., Elwood, T.W.  Biobehavioral approaches to cancer prevention and detection. In Weiss, S., Herd, A., Fox, B. (eds.), Perspectives on Behavioral Medicine.  New York: Academic Press, 1981,
pp. 215‑234.

Green, L.W., Rimer, B., Elwood, T.W.  Public education. Chapter 68 in Shottenfeld, D., Fraumeni, J., Jr. (eds.), Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention.  Philadelphia:  W.B. Saunders Co., 1982, pp. 1100‑1110.

Green, L.W.  Federal priorities in patient education. In Zurhellen, J.H. (ed.), Patient Education in the Primary Care Setting.  Proceedings of the Fourth Nation­al Conference, Memphis, TN.  Memphis:  University of Tennessee School of Medi­cine, 1980, pp. 73‑77.

Green, L.W.  Healthy People: The Surgeon General's Report and the prospects. Chapter 3 in McNerney, W.K. (ed.),  Working for a Healthier America.  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger Publishing Co., 1980, pp. 95‑110.

Green, L.W., Horton, D.  Adolescent health: Issues and challenges.  Keynote address at National Conference on Adolescent Health Promotion, Johns Hopkins University.  Chapter 2 in Coates, T.J., Petersen, A., & Perry, C. (eds.), Promoting Adolescent Health:  A Dialogue on Research and Practice.  New York:  Academic Press, 1982, pp. 23‑43.

Green, L.W.  Motivating individuals to change behavior. In Katz, H.J., & Fielding, J., (eds.), Health Education and Promotion: Agenda for the Eighties.  New York: Health Insurance Association of America, 1980.

Iverson, D.C., Green, L.W.  Drug abuse prevention from a public health perspective ‑ a proposal for the 1980s. In Bukowski, W. (ed.), NIDA Drug Abuse Prevention Monograph. Washington, DC:  National Institute of Drug Abuse, Department of Health & Human Services, Government Printing Office, Fall 1981.

Levine, D., Green, L.W.  Behavioral change through health education. Chapter 14 in Kaplan, N.M., Stamler, J. (eds.), Prevention of Coronary Heart Disease: Practical Management of the Risk Factors.  Philadelphia:  W.B. Saunders Co., 1983, pp. 161‑169.

            Green, L.W., Johnson, K.W.  Health education and health promotion. In Mechanic, David (ed.), Handbook of Health, Health Care, and the Health Profes­sions.  New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1983, pp. 744‑765.

            Green, L.W., Stainbrook, G.  Behavior modification in health promotion policy and practice. In Landry, F. (ed.), Health Risk Estimation, Risk Reduction and Health Promotion.  Ottawa, Canada: Canadian Public Health Associa­tion, 1983, pp. 57‑68.

            Green, L.W.  Research and evaluation. A chapter in Rubinson, L., Alles, W.F. (eds.), Health Education: Foundations for the Future.  St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1984. Reissued in 1988 by Waveland Press, Inc., Prospect Heights, Illinois.

            Green, L.W.  Health education models. In Matarazzo, J.D., Weiss, S.M., Herd, J.A., Miller, N.E., Weiss, S.M. (eds.), Behavioral Health: A Handbook of Health Enhancement and Disease Prevention.  New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1984, pp. 181-198.

            Green, L.W.  The self‑help impulse and emerging policies in health around the world. In Howell, M.L., Allan, D. (eds.), Health: Issues and Strategies for Health Promotion in Australia.  Proceedings of the VII Commonwealth and Interna­tional Conference on Sport, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (Conference '82) Vol. 10, 1984.

            Green, L.W. (Chair), Blankenbaker, R.G., Freedman, M.A., Miller, G.B., Novick, L.F., Reid, J.D., Trevino, F.M.  Report of the subcommittee on data gaps in disease prevention and health promotion.  Appendix VI in The National Committee on Vital & Health Statistics 1987.  Hyattsville, Maryland: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Public Health Service, Centers for Disease Control, National Center for Health Statistics, May 1988, pp. 49-56. [DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 88-1205]

            Green, L.W., McAlister, A.  Health promotion.  A chapter in Cavenar, J.O. Jr., et al. (eds.), Psychiatry, Vol. 2, Chapter 129. Philadelphia:  J.B. Lippencott Co., 1985, pp. 1-7.

            Green, L.W.  Health Promotion Summary. In Texas Health Objectives for 1990: Status Report 1984.  Austin, TX:  Texas Department & Board of Health, 1985.

            Green, L. W., Mullen, P.D.,, Stainbrook, G.L.  Programs to reduce drug errors in the elderly: Direct and indirect evidence from patient education.  Improving Medication Compliance: Proceedings of a Symposium.  Reston, VA: National Pharmaceutical Council, 1985, pp. 59-70.

            Kolbe, L.J., Green, L.W., Foreyt, J., Darnell, L., Goodrick, K., Williams, H., Ward, D., Korton, A., Karacan, I., Widmeyer, R., Stainbrook, G.  Appropriate functions of health education in schools.  In Krasnagor, N., Arasteh, J., Cataldo, M. (eds.), Child Health Behavior, New York: John Wiley, 1985, pp. 171-209.

            Green, L.W.  Prevention and health education. In Last, J.M. (ed.), Maxcy‑Rosenau Preventive Medicine and Public Health, 12th edition.  Norwalk, CN: Appleton‑Century‑Crofts, 1986, Chap 29, pp. 1089‑1108.

            Green, L.W.  Health promotion and the elderly: Why and where does it lead?  A national policy perspective.  In Andreoli, K.G., Musser, L.A., Reiser, S.J. (eds.), Health Care for the Elderly: Regional Responses to National Issues.  New York: Haworth Press, 1986, pp. 271‑276.

            Green, L.W.  Health education strategies and approaches to evaluation in community and mass media.  Keynote address.  In Sir John Crofton, Michael Wood (eds.), Smoking Control: Strategies and Evaluation in Community and Mass Media Programmes. London: Health Education Council, & Belfast: The Ulster Cancer Foundation, & Edinburgh: Scottish Health Education Group, 1986, pp. 35‑45.

            Green, L.W.  The functions of research in health‑related disciplines and profes­sions.  Eta Sigma Gamman‑20th Anniversary Edition, 19(2):17‑19, 1987.

            Green, L.W.  A participant‑observer in a period of professional change. In Cleary, H.P., Kichen, J.M., Ensor, P.G. (eds.), Advancing Health Through Education:  A Case Study Approach.  Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield Publishers, 1985, pp. 374‑381.

            Green, L.W., Wilson, A.L., Lovato, C.Y.  What changes can public health promotion achieve and how long do these changes last?  Proceedings of the XII World Conference on Health Education.  Dublin: Irish Health Education Unit, Ministry of Health, pp. 559-567, 1985.

            Cataldo, M.F., Green, L.W., Herd, J.A., Parkinson, R.S., Goldbeck, W.B.   Preventive medicine and the corporate environment:  Challenge to behavioral medicine.  In Cataldo, M.F., Coates, T.J.(eds.), Health and Industry:  A Behavioral Medicine Perspective.  New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1986, pp. 399‑419.

            Stainbrook, G., Green, L.W.  Measurement and evaluation methods for worksite stress-management programs. In Murphy, L.R., Shoenbaum, T.F. (eds.), Worksite Stress Management: Conceptual and Practical Issues.  Cincinnati: National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health, NIOSH Monograph, 1987, pp. 109-147. [Full Text]

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Greene, W.H., Simons-Morton, B.G. (eds.), Introduction to Health Education.  New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1984, pp. v‑vi.

            Green, L.W.  The trade-offs between the expediency of health promotion and the durability of health education. In Maes, S., Spielberger, C.D., Defares, P.B., Sarason, I.G. (eds.), Topics in Health Psychology.  New York: John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 1988, pp.301-312.

            Green, L.W., Simons‑Morton, D.  Denial, delay and disappointment: Discovering and overcoming the causes of drug errors and missed appointments. In Schmidt, D., Leppik, I. E. (eds.), Compliance in Epilepsy (Epilepsy Res., Suppl.1.)  Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 1988, pp. 7-21. [Abstract]

            Green. L.W.   The effectiveness of health education; from theory to practice. Third Rouwenhorst Lecture, University of Limburg, Maastricht, 7 January 1988.  In Effectiviteit Van GVO/Preventie: Wilhelmina Rouwenhorstlezing.  Utrecht, The Netherlands: Nederlandse Vereniging voor GVO (Netherlands Society for Health Education), 1988, pp. 5-19.

            Green, L.W., Gottlieb, N.  Health promotion for the aging population:  Community approaches to extending active life expectancy.  In Andreopoulos, S., Hogness. J.R. (eds.), Health Promotion for the Aging Population: Approaches to Extending Life Expectancy.  New York: Churchill Livingstone, 1989, pp. 139-154.

            McAlister, A.L., Green, L.W., Galavotti C.  Health promotion. In Michaels, R. et al. (eds.), Psychiatry, Vol. 2, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1989, Chap. 129.

            Parcel, G., Green, L.W., Bettes, B.  School-based programs to prevent or reduce obesity.  In Krasnagor, N.A., Grave, G.D., Kretchmer, N. (eds.), Childhood Obesity:  A Biobehavioral Perspective.  Caldweel, NJ:  Telford Press, 1989, pp. 143-157. [Sections of full text]

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In DeLeeuw, E.J.J. (ed.), Health Promotion: The Sane Revolution. Van Gorcum, Assen, & Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1989.

            Green, L.W.  The theory of participation: A qualitative analysis of its expression in national and international health policies.  In Patton, R.D., Cissell W.B. (eds.), Community Organization: Traditional Principles and Modern Applications.  Johnson City, TN: Latchpins Press, 1989, pp. 48-62.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Gold, R. (ed.), Microcomputer Applications in Health Education.  Madison, Wisc.: William C. Brown Publishers, 1991, pp. xv-xvi.

            Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D., Friedman, R.B.   Epidemiological and community approaches to patient compliance.  Chapter 30 in Cramer J.A., Spilker, B. (eds.), Patient Compliance in Medical Practice and Clinical Trials.  New York: Raven Press, 1991, pp. 373-386.

            Green, L.W., Simons-Morton, D.  Education and Life-style Determinants of Health and Disease.  In Holland, W.W., Detels, R., Knox, G. (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Public Health.  2nd edition. Oxford, New York & Toronto:  Oxford University Press, 1991, pp. 181-195.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Glanz, K., Lewis, F.M., Rimer, B. (eds.), Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research and Practice.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1990.

            Mullen, P.D., Green, L.W.  Educating and counseling for prevention: From theory and research to principles.  Chapter 48 in Goldbloom, M.D., Lawrence, R.B. (eds.). Preventing Disease: Beyond the Rhetoric.  Cambridge: Springer-Verlag, 1990, pp. 474-479. [Abstract] [Sections from Full Text]

            Green. L.W., Raeburn, J.  Contemporary developments in health promotion: definitions and challenges. Chapter 1 in Bracht, N. (ed.), Health Promotion at the Community Level.  New York: Sage, 1990, pp. 29-44.

            Green, L.W.  Behavior change and maintenance: Theory and measurement. Section I introduction in Shumaker, S.A., Schron, E.B., Ockene, J.K, et al. (eds.), The Handbook of Health Behavior Change.  New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1990, pp. 1-3.

            Green, L.W.  The revival of community and the public obligation of academic health centers.  In Bulger, R.E., Reiser, S.J. (eds.), Integrity in Health Care Institutions: Humane Environments for Teaching, Inquiry and Healing.  Des Moines: University of Iowa Press, 1990, pp. 148-164.

            Green, L.W.   Preface. In Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives. Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishing, Inc., 1991, pp. vii-xi.

            Green, L.W.  Establishing a public-private partnership.  In Setting the Agenda for Prevention: Proceedings of the Forum on Youth Violence in Minority Communities, Atlanta, December 10 - 12, 1990.  Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control, Public Health Reports 106(3):242-243, 1991.

            Green, L.W.  Prevention and health education. In Last, J.M., Wallace, R.B. (eds.), Chapter 2:  Maxcy-Roseneau - Last Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 13th edition.  Norwalk, CN: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1991, Chapter 45, pp. 787-802.

            Green, L.W., Costagliola, D., Chwalow, A.J.  Diagnostic éducatif et évaluation de stratégies éducatives (modèle PRECEDE).  Méthodologie pratique pour induire des changements de comportements et d'état de santé.  Journées Annuelles de Diabétologie de l'Hôtel-Dieu 1991.  Paris: Médecine-Sciences Flammarion, 1991,
pp. 227-240.

            Green, L.W.  What centers for prevention research are not, and what they could be.  In Labarthe, D. (ed.), Prevention Centers Conference Proceedings.  Houston: Southwest Center for Prevention Research, 1991, pp. 4-9.

            Rice, M., Green, L.W.  Prevention and education.  Chapter 7 in Kronstadt, D. (ed.), Pregnancy and Exposure to Alcohol and Other Drug Use.  Washington, D.C.: The CDM Group, for the Office of Substance Abuse Prevention, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 1992.

            Green, L.W.  Issues in categorical versus comprehensive community programs and their evaluation.  In Holder, H.D., Howard, J.M. (eds.), Community Prevention Trials for Alcohol Problems: Methodological Issues.  Westport, CT: Praeger, 1992, pp. 247-250.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword.  In Labonte, R. (ed.), Health Promotion and Empowerment:  Practice Frameworks.  The University of Toronto Center for Health Promotion and ParticiPACTION Canada, 1993, Issues in Health Promotion Series #3.

            Green, L.W.  Modifying Lifestyle to Improve Health.  In Skelton, W.D., Osterweis, M. (eds.), Promoting Community Health: The Role of the Academic Health Center.  Washington, DC: The Association of Academic Health Centers, 1993, pp.54-69.

            Green, L.W., Cargo, M., Ottoson, J.M.  The role of physicians in supporting lifestyle changes.  In Proceedings of the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Prospective Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, April 15-17, 1993.  Indianapolis, IN: Society of Prospective Medicine, Publishers, 1993, pp. 89-129.  ISBN 0-932109-02-0.

Lovato, C., Green, L.W., Stainbrook, G. The benefits perceived by industry in supporting health promotion programs in the worksite.  Harvard Symposium on Worksite Health Promotion.  In Opatz, J.P. (ed.),  Economic Impact of Worksite Health Promotion.  Champaign, IL; Windsor, Ontario; Leeds, England; Auckland, New Zealand; Kingswood, Australia:  Human Kinetics Publishers, 1993, pp. 3-31.

            Green, L.W., Cargo, M.   The changing context of health promotion in the workplace.  In O'Donnell, M. (ed.), Health Promotion in the Workplace, 2nd Edition.  Albany, NY: Delmar Publishers, Inc., 1994, pp. 497-524. ISBN 0-8273-4940-8.

            Green, L.W.   Canadian health promotion:  An outsider's view from the inside.  In Pederson, A., O'Neill, M.,  Rootman, I. (eds.), Health Promotion in Canada: Provincial, National and International Perspectives.  Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, London, Sydney, Tokyo: W.B. Saunders Co., 1994, pp. 314-326.

            MacDonald, M., Green, L.W.   Health promotion and adolescent health.  In Tonkin, R. (ed.), Current Issues of the Adolescent Patient.  London:  Baillière's Clinical Pediatrics, May 1994, 2(2):227-245.

            Boothroyd, P., Green, L.W., Hertzman, C., Lynam, J., McIntosh, J., Rees, W., Manson Singer, S., Wackernagal, M., Woollard, R.   Tools for sustainability:  Iteration and implementation.  Pp.111-121 in C. M. Chu,  R. Simpson (eds.), Ecological Public Health:  From Vision to Practice.  Nathan, Australia:  Griffith University, 1994.

            Green, L.W.   Foreword.  In Gilbert, G., Sawyer, R. (eds.), Health Education: Creating Strategies for School and Community Health.  Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 1994, pp xi-xii.

            MacDonald, M., Green, L.W.   Health education.  In A. Lewy (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Education.  London: Pergamon Press, 1995.

            Green, L.W.   Foreword.  In Joseph H.K. Tan (ed.), Health Management Information Systems:  Theories and Applications.  Rockville, Maryland, ASPEN Publishers, Inc., 1995.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Gilmore, G., Campbell, M.D. (ed.), Needs Assessment Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion, 2nd Edition. Madison, WI: Brown & Benchmark, 1995, pp vii-viii. ISBN 0-697-29229-0.

            Green, L.W.  Commentary. In Healthy People 2000 Mid-Decade Review and Revised Objectives.  Boston, London, Singapore: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 1995. ISBN 0-7637-0041-X. pp.iv-vi.

            Green, L.W.  Bringing health to life means bringing people back to health.  In Aoyama H., Kawata, C., Takano, T. (eds.), Proceedings of the XVth World Conference of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education, Health Promotion & Education: Bringing Health to Life. Makuhari, Japan: Japanese Organizing Committee, XVth World Conference of the International Union for Health Promotion & Education, 1996, pp. 48-54.

            Green, L.W., Simons-Morton, D., Potvin, L.   Education and lifestyle determinants of health.  In Holland, W., Detels, R., Knox, G. (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 3rd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, Chapter 7, Vol. 1, pp. 125-139. ISBN 0-19-262553-5.

            Green, L.W., Frankish, J., Ratner, P., Chomik, P.  Health impact assessment as a tool for population health promotion and public policy.  In Conference Proceedings, Healthy Public Policy Development — Science, Art or Chance? Saskatchewan Provincial Health Council & the Prairie Region Health Promotion Research Center, April 1996. ISBN: 088880-350-8.

            Green, L.W., Frankish C.J.  Implementing nutritional science for population health: Decentralized and centralized planning for health promotion and disease prevention. Chapter 14 in Garza, C., Haas, J.D., Habicht, J., Pelletier, D.L. (eds.), Beyond Nutritional Recommendations: Implementing Science for Healthier Populations, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University & National Academy of Science, 1997, pp.230-245. ISBN:0-9655240-0-0.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Timmreck, T.C. (ed.), Health Services Cyclopedic Dictionary. Boston, London, Singapore: Jones & Bartlett, 1997.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword.  In Faermann, I.L. (ed.), Motivation with Active Participation in Odontology for Children.  Buenos Aires: Ibros Del Zahir, 1997 (ISBN: 987-9158-09-1).

            Green, L.W.  Foreword.  In Raeburn, J., Rootman, I., (eds.), Understanding People-Centerd Health Promotion.  Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., 1997.  (Hardcover –ISBN: 0-471-97791-8; Softcover–ISBN: 0-471-97137-5); 233 pp.

            Green, L.W., George, M.A., Daniel, M.   Ricerca partecipata: storia e applicazioni nella sanità pubblica.  In Biocca, M. (ed.),  Promozione della salute e sanità pubblica: Ricerca partecipata, epidemiologia e pianificazione.  Milano, Italy: FrancoAngeli, 1997, pp. 21-33.

            Green, L.W., George, M.A., Daniel, M., Frankish, C.J., Herbert, C.P., Bowie, W.R., O’Neil, M.  Background on participatory research.  Chapter in Murphy D., Scammell, M., Sclove, R. (eds.), Doing Community-Based Research: A Reader.  Amherst, MA: The Loka Institute, 1997, pp. 53-66.

            Green, L.W.   Prevention and health education in clinical, school, and community settings.  In Wallace, R.B. (ed.), Maxcy-Roseneau-Last  Public Health and Preventive Medicine, 14th edition.  Stamford, Connecticut: Appleton & Lange, 1998. Chapter 48, pp. 889-904.

            Green, L.W., Stoto, M.A.  Commentary.  Linking research and public health practice: A vision for health promotion and disease prevention research.  In Healton, CG., Novotny, T.E. (guest editors), Research Linkages Between Academia and Public Health Practice (Oxford, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1997). Supplement to American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 1997, 13(6):5-8.

            Green, L.W. Foreword.  In Huff, R.M., Kline, M.V. (eds.), Promoting Health in Multicultural Populations: A Handbook for Practitioners.  Thousand Oaks, CA, London, New Delhi: Sage Publications, Inc., 1999.
ISBN 0-7619-0182-5. Pp. ix-xi.

            Poland, B.D., Rootman, I., O'Neill, M., Green. L.W., Feather, J., Poel, D.  Issues in evaluation: Healthy Community initiatives.  Chapter 6 in Thurston, W.E., Sieppert, J., Wiebe, V. (eds.), Doing Health Promotion Research: The Science of Action, Calgary: University of Calgary, Health Promotion Research Group, 1998, pp.83-102.

            Green, L.W., Shoveller, J.A. Local versus central influences in planning for community health. In Woollard, R.F. Ostry, A.S. (Eds.). Fatal Consumption: Rethinking Sustainable Development. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia Press, 2000. Chap. 6, pp. 166-196.

            Sparks, R.E., Green, L.W. Mass media in support of smoking cessation. NCI Smoking and Tobacco Control Monograph No. 12. Bethesda, MD: National Cancer Institute, 2000. Chap. 9, pp. 199-216.

            Green, L.W., Poland, B.D., Rootman, I. The settings approach to health promotion. In Poland, B., Green, L.W., Rootman, I. (eds.).  Settings for Health Promotion: Linking Theory and Practice.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publishers Co., 2000, Chap. 1, pp. 1-43.

            Poland, B.D., Green, L.W.,  Rootman, I. Reflections on settings for health promotion. In Poland, B., Green, L.W., Rootman, I. (eds.).  Settings for Health Promotion: Linking Theory and Practice.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publishers Co., 2000, Chap. 9, pp. 341-351. [Section of text]

            Green, L.W.  Foreword.  In Sussman, S. (Ed.). Program Development for Research and Behavioral Interventions. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publishing Co., 2001, pp. iii-iv.

            Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M. Public health education and health promotion. In Novick, LF, Mays GP (Eds.). Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishing Co., 2001, Chap 12, pp. 300-323.

            Green, L.W. Foreword. In Investing in Tobacco Control: State Highlights, 2001. Atlanta: Office on Smoking & Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, US Dept of Health & Human Services, Feb. 2001.

            Green, L.W., Potvin, L. Education, health promotion, and socioeconomic and lifestyle determinants of health and disease. In Holland, W., McEwen, Detels, R., Knox, G. (eds.), Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 4th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, Chapter 7, Vol. 1.

            Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J. Health promotion, health education, and disease prevention. In Koop, C.E., Pearson, C.E., Schwarz, M.R. Critical Issues in Global Health. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2001. Chap. 37, pp. 321-330.

            Green, L.W., Daniel, M.  Transforming practice, dodging false dichotomies, and avoiding ideological quicksand. Chapter 24 in Young L, Hayes V (Eds.). Transforming Health Promotion Practice: Concepts, Issues, and Applications. San Francisco: F.A. Davis, 2001.

            Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W., Ratner, P.A., Chomik, T., Larsen, C.  Health Impact Assessment as a tool for health promotion and population health.  In Rootman I, Goodstadt M, Hyndman B, McQueen DV, Potvin L, Springett J, Ziglio E. (Eds.). World Health Organization Monograph on Evaluation in Health Promotion: Principles and Perspectives. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Publications, European Series No. 92, 2001, pp. 405-437.

            Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W.  A contextual approach to health promotion: Linking time, space and person in population health promotion. In Conference Proceedings Vitality Throughout the Adult Lifecycle: Interventions to Promote Health.  Gerontology Nursing Interventions Research Center, The University of Iowa College of Nursing, 2002.

            Green, L.W., McKenzie, J. Community health. In Breslow, L., Green, L., McGinnis, M., Kech, W., Last, J., Gold, B. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillan, 2002, pp. 247-256. [Full Text]

            Daniel, M, Green, L.W.. Health Promotion and Education. In Breslow, L., Green, L., McGinnis, M., Kech, W., Last, J., Gold, B. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan, 2002, pp. 541-548.

            Mercer, S.L., Green, L.W. PRECEDE-PROCEED Model. In Breslow, L., Green, L., McGinnis, M., Kech, W., Last, J., B, R. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 3. New York: Macmillan, 2001, pp. 956-958.

            Green, L.W. Health Belief Model. In Breslow, L., Green, L., Kech, W., Last, J., McGinnis, M., Gold, R. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan, 2002, pp. 526-528.

            Mercer, S., Green, L.W.  Predisposing factors. In Breslow, L., Green, L., Kech, W., Last, J., McGinnis, M., et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 3. New York: Macmillan, 2002, pp. 958-961.

            Mercer, S., Green, L.W.  Enabling factors. In Breslow, L., Green, L., Kech, W., Last, J., McGinnis, M., et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol. 2. New York: Macmillan, 2002, pp. 309-311.

            Shoveller, J.A., Green, L.W. Decentralization and public health. In Breslow, L., Green, L., Kech, W., Last, J., McGinnis, M., et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol.  New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2002, pp. 309-311.

            Green, L.W. Foreword. In DiClemente, R., Kegler, M., Cosby, R. (Eds.). Emerging Theories in Health Promotion. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2002, pp ix-xi.

            Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Fodor, J.T., Dalis, G.T., Giarratano-Russell, S. Health Instruction: Theory and Application for Community, School, Health Care and Workplace Settings. 6th ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishers, 2002, pp ix-x.

            Eriksen, M.P., Green, L.W. Progress and next steps in reducing tobacco use in the United States. Chap 19 in Scutchfield, F.D., Keck, C.W. (Eds.). Principles of Public Health Practice, 2nd ed. Albany, NY: Delmar Thompson Publishers, 2002, pp. 351-363.

            Green, L.W. Tracing Federal support for participatory research in public health. In Minkler M, Wallerstein N (Eds.). Community-Based Participatory Research. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003, pp.  410-418.

            Green, L.W., George, M.A., Daniel, M., Frankish, C.J., Herbert, C.P., Bowie, W.R., O’Neill, M. Guidelines for participatory research in health promotion. In Minkler M, Wallerstein N (Eds). Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003, pp. 419-428.

Eriksen MP, Green LW, Husten CG, Pederson LL, Pechacek TF. Thank you for not smoking: The public health response to tobacco-related mortality in the United States. Chap 20 in: Ward JW, Warren CS (eds): Silent Victories: The History and Practice of Public Health in Twentieth-Century America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007, pp. 423-436. [Abstract]

Green, L.W., Mercer, S.L., Rosenthal, A.C., Dietz, W.C., Husten, C.C., Possible Lessons for Physician Counseling on Obesity from the Progress in Smoking Cessation in Primary Care. Forum Nutr. 2003; 56:191-4. Also, in Proceedings of the International Union for Nutrition Science, Vienna: IUNS, 2001. Modern Aspects of Nutrition - Present Knowledge and Future Perspectives in the book series Forum Nutrition (formerly "Bibliotheca Nutritio et Dieta"), vol 56.  S.Karger Publishers, Basel, Switzerland, 2003.

            Green, L.W. What is participant-centered clinical research? Chap 2 in J Aungst, A Haas, A Ommaya,  LW Green (Eds.). Exploring New Models for Engaging the Public in the Clinical Research Enterprise. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academies Press, 2003 (pp. 9-23). [Abstract] [Full Text] [Agenda]

Green, L.W., Mercer, S.M. Participatory research. In N. Anderson (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2003.

Holtzman, D., Green, L.W.  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. N. Anderson  (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Health and Behavior. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2003.

            Green, L.W. Foreword. In Gilmore, G., Campbell, M.D. (ed.), Needs Assessment Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion, 3rd Edition. Madison, WI: Brown & Benchmark, 2004, pp vii-viii. ISBN 0-697-29229-0.

Green, L. W. The Mayhew Derryberry legacy and Marshall Becker. In Allegrante, J. & Sleet, D. Mayhew Derryberry and Health Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing Co., 2004.

Green, L. W. Foreword. In Travis, J. H. & Ryan, R. S. Wellness Workbook: How to Achieve Enduring Health and Vitality. 3rd edition. Berkeley, Toronto: Celestial Arts, 2004, pp. xii-xiii.

Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M. From efficacy to effectiveness to community and back: Evidence-based practice vs practice-based evidence. In Green, L, Hiss, R., Glasgow R., et al. (Eds). From Clinical Trials to Community: The Science of Translating Diabetes and Obesity Research. Bethesda: National Institutes of Health, 2004, pp. 15-18.

Green, L.W. Foreword. In Eggars, G. Health promotion. Sydney: publisher, 2005, 3rd edition in press.

Mercer, S.L., Kahn, L.K., Green, L.W., Rosenthal, A.C., Nathan, R., Husten, C.G., Dietz, W.H.  Drawing possible lessons for obesity prevention and control from the tobacco control experience. Chap 11, in D. Crawford & R.W. Jeffrey (Eds.). Obesity Prevention and Public Health. New York and London: Oxford University Press, 2005, pp. 231-264.

Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Gorin, Sherri Sheinfeld, & Arnold, Joan. (Eds.). Health Promotion Handbook. 2nd ed.. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, John Wiley & Sons, 2006. pp. xi-xii.

Gielen, A.C., Sleet, D.A., & Green, L.W. Community models and approaches for interventions. In Gielen, A.C., Sleet, D.A., & DiClemente, R.J. (Eds.). Injury and Violence Prevention: Behavioural Science Theories, Methods, and Applications. San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 2006. Chap. 4, pp. 65-82.

Green, L.W.  Foreword. In Crosby, R.A., DiClemente, R.J., & Salazar, L.F. (Eds.). Research Methods in Health Promotion. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2006, pp xiii-xiv.

Green, L.W. & Hiatt, R.A. L’influence du Canada sur la promotion de la santé aux Etats-Unis d’Amerique. Quebec City: Les Presses de l’Universite Laval, 2006. Pp. 360-361. Reprinted in English, 2007.

Trochim, W., Cabrera, D., Tenkasi, R., Berland, A., Best, A., Huerta, T., Green, L. W., and Milstein, B. How we organize: Purposeful adaptive systems. In Best A., Clark P., Leischow S., and Trochim W. (Eds.). Transforming Tobacco Control Through Systems Thinking: Integrating Research and Practice to Improve Outcomes. Smoking and Tobacco Control Monograph 18. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute, NIH Publication, 2007

Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M. Public health education and health promotion. Chapter 21 in Novick, L.F., C.B. Morrow, & Mays, G.P. Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management, 2nd ed. Boston, Toronto, London: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2008, pp. 589-619.

Mercer, S.L., & Green, L.W. Federal funding and support for participatory research in public health and health care. In Minkler M, Wallerstein N (Eds.). Community-Based Participatory Research in Health. 2nd ed.. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008, pp. 399-406.

Mercer, S.L., Green, L.W., Daniel, M., Cargo, M., Potter, M. Reed, E. Reliability-tested guidelines for assessing participatory research projects. In Minkler M, Wallerstein N (Eds). Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. 2nd ed. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008, pp. 407-418.

Green LW, Ottoson JM, Garcia C, Hiatt R. Diffusion theory and knowledge dissemination, utilization and integration in public health. Annual Review of Public Health. 2009;30:151-174.

Green LW, Hiatt RA. Behavioural determinants of health and disease. In Detels, R., Beaglehole R, et al (Eds). Oxford Textbook of Public Health. 5th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009, chap 2.3; pp 120-138. 

Erikson ME, Green LW. Tobacco control. Chap 21 in Scutchfield FD & Keck CW (Eds). Principles of Public Health Practice. 3rd edition.  Albany, NY: Delmar Thompson Publishers, 2009, Ch 20, pp. 471-491.

Green LW. Intervention evaluation and outcome measures. In Schultz AM, Chao SM, McGinnis JM (eds.). Integrative Medicine and the Health of the Public: Summary of the February 2009 Summit. Washington,DC: Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, National Academy Press, 2009, pp. 102-104.

Green LW (main author of chapter 7 and co-author of others in) Kumanyika SK, Parker L, Sim LJ (Eds. for Institute of Medicine Committee). Bridging the Evidence Gap in Obesity Prevention: A Framework to Inform Decision Making. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2010.

Green LW. Foreword. In Loureiro MI, Mirand N. Promover a Saύde: Dos Fundamentos a Accao [Health Promotion: Fundamentals, Methods, and Practice].(Portuguese). Lisbon, Portugal: Almedina, 2010, pp. 9-10.

Gielen AC, Green LW The success of motor vehicle safety in the United States: An illustration of the ecological approach. Chapter 3 in Kahan S, Gielen AC, Fagen P, Green LW, eds. Behavioral Approaches to Population Health. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in press.

Mukarjea A, Green LW, Kahan S. Tobacco control. Chap. In Kahan S, Gielen A, Fagen P, Green LW, (eds.). Behavioral approaches to Population Health. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in press.

Green LW, Nasser M. Attention to external validity. Chap. 3.3 in Brownson R, Colditz G and Parker E, eds, Dissemination and Implementation Research: Translating Science to Practice. Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 305 - 326

Fielding J, Brownson R, Green LW. Understanding social determinants and their health impacts. Annual Rev Public Health. 2011;32:v-vi.

Green LW. Foreword. In Wold B, Samdal O, eds. An Ecological Perspective on Health Promotion: Systems, Settings and Social Processes. London: Bentham Publishing, in press.

Green LW. Foreword. In Diclemente RH, Salazar LF, Crosby RA. Eds. Health Behavior Theory for Public Health: Principles, Foundations, and Applications. Boston: Jones & Bartlett, 2013, pp. ix-xi. 

Fielding J, Brownson R, Green LW. Preface [Tribute to Barbara Starfield]. Annual Review of Public Health. 2012;33:v-vi.

Green LW, Hiatt RA, Hoeft KS. Behavioural determinants of health and disease. In Detels R, Beaglehole R, Lansang MA, Gulliford M. (Eds.). Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 6th ed. Oxford UK & New York: Oxford University Press, 2013 (in press).

Farquhar JW, Green LW. Community intervention trials in high-income countries. In Detels R, Beaglehole R, Lansang MA, Gulliford M. (Eds.). Oxford Textbook of Public Health, 6th ed. Oxford UK & New York: Oxford University Press, 2013 (in press).

Green LW, Ottoson JM, Roditis M. Public health education and health promotion. In Novick LF, Johnson J. (Eds.). Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management. 3rd ed. Boston: Jones & Bartlett, 2013 (in press).

Fielding J, Green LW. Tribute to Lester Breslow; Green LW. Tribute to Clyde Hertzman. Annual Review of Public Health, 2013;34:v. 

Green LW. Foreword. In A Snelling, Ed. Introduction to Health Promotion. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, in press.

 


BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS (46)

 

            Green, L.W.   Status Identity and Preventive Health Behavior. Pacific Health Education Reports, No. 1.  Berkeley:  University of California School of Public Health, 1970, 130 pp.

            Green, L.W., Gustafson, H.C., Griffiths, W., Yaukey, D.   The Dacca Family Planning Experiment: A Comparative Evaluation of Programs Directed at Males and at Females. Pacific Health Education Reports, No. 3.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1972, 169 pp.  Received Beryl J. Roberts Award for Research in Health Education.  Summarized as a case study in Rossi, P., Freeman, H. (ed), Evaluation: A System­atic Approach. Beverly Hills: Sage Publishing Co., 1979 & 1982.

            Green, L.W., Kalmer, H., Kansler, C. (eds.).  Proceedings of National Conference on Cancer Public Education, Washington, National Cancer Institute, July 31-August 2, 1973.  Health Educ. Monogr. No. 36, 1973.

            Green, L.W. (ed.).  Thesaurus of Health Education Terminology.  Atlanta, GA:  Bureau of Health Education, Centers for Disease Control, PHS, Department of Health & Human Services, 1976.

            Green, L.W., Anderson, C. L. Community Health 4th edition. St. Louis, Toronto, London: The C.V. Mosby Co., 1982, ISBN 0-8016-0187-8, 620 pp.; Co-authored previous editions, 3rd, 1978, 2nd, 1973.

            Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W., Deeds, S.G., Partridge, K.B.  Health Education Planning: A Diagnostic Approach.  Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Co., 1980, 306 pp., ISBN 0-87484-471-1.

            Green, L.W., Kansler, C.C.  The Professional and Scientific Literature on Patient Education: A Guide to Information Sources.  Health Affairs Series of Information Guides, Vol. 5. Detroit:  Gale Research Co., 1980, 330 pp., ISBN 0‑8103‑1422‑3.

            Parkinson, R., Green, L.W., Eriksen, M., McGill, A. (eds.).  Managing Health Promotion in the Workplace:  Guidelines for Implementation and Evaluation. Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1982, 314 pp.

            Green, L.W., Goldstein, R.A., Parker, S.R. (eds.).  Research on Self-Management of Childhood Asthma. 
J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 72:519‑629, 1983.

            Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D., Maloney, S. (eds.).  Large‑Scale Programs in Health Education. Special issue of Health Education Quarterly. New York: John Wiley & Sons for Society for Public Health Education, Vol. 11, No. 3, 1984.

            Green, L.W.  New Policies for Health Education in Primary Health Care. Geneva:  World Health Organization, 1986.

            Green, L.W., Lewis, F.M.  Measurement and Evaluation in Health Education and Health Promotion. Palo Alto: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1986, ISBN 0-87484-481-0, 412 pp.

            Green, L.W., Anderson, C.  Community Health, 5th edition. St. Louis, Toronto, Santa Clara: Times Mirror/C.V. Mosby College Publishing Co., 1986, ISBN 0-8016-1975-0, 542 pp.

            Green, L.W., Cooke, B., Wilson, A., Donovan, C., Anderson, C.   Instructor's Manual to Accompany Community Health, 5th edition, St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1986.

            Green, L.W.   Program Planning and Evaluation Guide for Lung Associations.  New York: American Lung Association, 1987.

            Green, L.W., McGinnis, M., Phillips, T.S., Devereaux, M., Montes, H.   Strategies for Promoting Health for Specific Populations.  Washington, DC:  US Office of Health Information, Health Promotion, Physical Fitness & Sports Medicine, DHHS (PHS) Publication No. 81‑50169, 1981, 53 pp.  Reprinted in J. Public Health Policy 8(3):369‑423, 1987.

            Levine, D., Fedder, D., Green, L.W., et al.  The Physician's Guide: Improving Adherence among Hypertensive Patients. Working Group on Health Education and High Blood Pressure Control.  Bethesda, MA: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, 1987.

            Hartwell, T.D., Wilensky, G., McFadden, D.W., Dunlop, B.D., Piserchia, P.V., Richardson, J.E., Kroner, B., Lovato, C., Green, L.W.   Evaluation of Worksite Health Enhancement Programs: A Monograph.  Research Triangle, NC: Research Triangle Institute, 1988.

            Lawrence, R.S., McGinnis, J.M., Woolf, S.H., Kamerow, D.B., Mickalide, A.D., Green, L.W., et al. (US Preventive Services Task Force).  Guide to Clinical Preventive Services: An Assessment of the Effectiveness of 169 Interventions. Baltimore, Hong Kong, London, Sydney: Williams & Wilkins, 1989. ISBN 0-683-08507-7, 419 pp.

            Green, L.W.   Community Health, 6th edition.  St. Louis: Times Mirror/C.V. Mosby College Publishing, 1990. ISBN 0-8016-3308-7.

            Green, L.W.  Instructor's Manual to Accompany Community Health, 6th edition, St. Louis: C.V. Mosby Co., 1990.

            Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  Health Promotion Planning: An Educational and Environmental Approach.  Mountain View, CA: Mayfield Publishing Co., 1991, 506 pp., ISBN 0-87484-779-6. Translated and published in 2 editions in Chinese by Shanghai Medical University (ISBN 7-5627-0240-3/R.224); and in Japanese under license issued from McGraw-Hill Higher Education International Rights Department.

            Farquhar, J.D. (Chair), Green, L.W., de Macedo, C.G., Gyarfas, I.G., Puska, P., et al. (Advisory Board).  The Victoria Declaration on Heart Health.  Ottawa: Health & Welfare Canada,1992.

            Gerstein, D., Green, L.W. (eds.).  Preventing Drug Abuse: What Do We Know?  Committee on Drug Abuse Prevention Research. Washington, D.C.  Report for the National Research Council Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences & Education, National Academy Press, 1993. (ISBN 0-309-04627-0), 162 pp.

            Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M.   Community Health, 7th edition. St. Louis, Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, London, Madrid, Philadelphia, Sydney, Toronto: Mosby Publishing Co., 1994. (ISBN 0-8016-7898-6), 719 pp.

            Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M.  Instructor's Manual and Test Bank to accompany Community Health, 7th edition. St. Louis: Mosby Year-Book, Inc., 1994, 255 pp.

            Green, L.W., George A., Daniel, M., Frankish, C.J., Herbert, C.H., Bowie, W., O'Neill, M.   Study of Participatory Research in Health Promotion: Review and Recommendations for the Development of Participatory Research in Health Promotion in Canada.  Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada, 1995. (ISBN 0-920064-55-8), 125 pp. in English, 128 pp. in French. [Guidelines]

            Farquhar, J. (Chair), Green, L.W., et al.   (Advisory Board, 2nd International Heart Health Conference).  The Catalonia Declaration: Investing in Heart Health.  Barcelona: Autonomous Government of Catalonia, Department of Health & Social Services, 1996.

            Frankish, J., Green, L., MacLean, D., Stachenko, S. (eds.).  Canadian Conference on Dissemination Research: Strengthening Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Canadian Journal of Public Health, Vol. 87, Supplement 2, 1996, ISSN 0008-4263, 86 pp.

            Green, L.W., O'Neill, M., Westphal, M., Morisky, D. (guest editors). The challenges of participatory action research for health promotion. Promotion and Education 3 (whole issue 4), 1996.

            Kreuter, M.W., Lezin, N.A., Kreuter, M.W., Green, L.W.  Community Health Promotion Ideas That Work: A Field-Book for Practitioners.  Boston, London, Singapore: Jones & Bartlett, 1997 (ISBN 0-7637-0408-3),
206 pp.

            Stoto, M.A., Green, L.W., Bailey, L.A. (eds.).  Linking Research and Public Health Practice: A Review of CDC’s Program of Centers for Research and Demonstration of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.  Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1997 (ISBN 0-309-05680-2), 107 pp.  http://books.nap.edu/catalog/5564.html

            Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M.  Community and Population Health, 8th edition. Boston, Burr Ridge, IL, Dubuque, IA, Madison, WI, New York, San Francisco, St. Louis, Bangkok, Bogota, Caracas, Lisbon, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei, Toronto: WCB/McGraw-Hill, 1999. (ISBN 0-8151-2542-9), 759 pp. [see http://www.mhhe.com/catalogs/007250515x.mhtml]

            Green, L.W., Ottoson, J.M., Cadman, R.  Instructor's Manual and Test Bank to accompany Community and Population Health, 8th edition.  Boston, New York, San Francisco, Sydney, Toronto: WCB/McGraw Hill, 1999. (ISBN 0-07-059303-5), 21 chapters, 239 pp. [see web pages http://www.lgreen.net for periodic updates of news events, bibliography, scientific developments, and public health actions related to each chapter].

            Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  Health Promotion Planning: An Educational and Ecological Approach.  3rd edition. Mountain View, CA, Toronto, London: Mayfield Publishing Company, 1999. ISBN 0-7674-0524-2, 
12 chapters [Chap. 12 new, co-authored with Robert Gold & Nancy Meyer], 610 pp.

            Kreuter, M.W., Green, L.W., Lezin, N.  Workbook for Health Promotion Planning. Mountain View: Mayfield Publishing Co., 1999.

            Poland, B., Green, L.W., Rootman, I. (eds.).  Settings for Health Promotion: Linking Theory and Practice.  Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publishers Co., 2000. ISBN 0-8039-7418-3 (cloth), 0-8039-7419-1 (paperback), 373pp. For description go to: http://www.sagepub.com/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book6229&

Breslow, L., Goldstein, B, Green, L., Kech, W., Last, J., McGinnis, M. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Public Health. 4 volumes. New York: Macmillan, 2002. Now (from 2010) online at http://www.enotes.com/public-health-about. Introduction by the editors. Articles by LW Green: Community Health, Decentralization and Community Health, Health Belief Model, Office on Smoking and Health, PRECEDE-PROCEED Model, Predisposing Factors, Pressure Groups, Smuggling Tobacco. All other articles on health promotion and social/behavioral science in health topics edited by LW Green.

            Kreuter, M.W., Lezin, N.A., Kreuter, M.W., Green, L.W. Community Health Promotion Ideas That Work. 2nd edition. Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, 2003.

Aungst, J., Haas, A, Ommaya, A., and Green LW (Eds.). Exploring New Models for Engaging the Public in the Clinical Research Enterprise. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academies Press, 2003 (pp. 9-23). For IOM archives click on: Slide presentation. Agenda.

            Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  Health Program Planning: An Educational and Ecological Approach. 4th ed. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 2005 (released August 2004). With Instructor’s CD (PowerPoint slides and text bank for each chapter; web resources; bibliographies). ISBN 0 07 255683 8. Translated and published in Japanese Rights Dept of Higher Education, Glencoe, School, 2005. ISBN 4-260-00171-X.

            Last, J. (Associate Editors: Beaglehole R, Bonnet J, Green LW, Keck CW, Powles J, Thuriaux MC, White MM, Wigle D) Dictionary of Public Health. London, NY, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2007. 

Armstrong K, Green LW, Hayward RA, Rosenthal MS, Wells KB (Eds.). Bridging Clinical Scholarship and Community Scholarship: New Directions for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Clinical Scholars Program. Special Issue of Am J Prev Med. Dec 2009;37(6S1)S-187- S191 [Abstract] [Full text online]

Institute of Medicine (member of Committee on, and primary author of chapters in). Bridging the Evidence Gap in Obesity Prevention: A Framework to Inform Decision Making. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, April 2010. [Report brief online]. [Full text online].

Fielding J, Brownson R, Green LW. Editor/Associate Editors. Annual Reviews of Public Health. Vols 30-34, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

Green, L. Founding Editor. Oxford Bibliographies: Public Health. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010-1012.

Institute of Medicine Committee on Valuing Community-Based, Non-Clinical Prevention Policies and Wellness Strategies (member of Committee and primary author of Chapter 2). An Integrated Framework for Assessing the Value of Community-Based Prevention. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2012.

Kahan S, Gielen AC, Fagen P, Green LW, eds. Behavioral Approaches to Population Health. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, in press for Aug. 2014 textbook release.

 

 

OTHER REPORTS FROM CONTRACT WORK AT UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

Frankish, C.J., Clarke, V.A., Green, L.W., Olsen, L., Kemeny, L., Fang, Q., Milligan, D., Cadman, R.  Injury prevention projects with native populations: a review and critique of the literature. IHPR Working Paper, contract report to Medical Services Branch of Health & Welfare Canada, 1993.

Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W.  Review of the British Columbia Health Research Foundation. Vancouver: Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia, 1993.

Green, L.W., Griffiths, M., Hurtado, E., Mononcourt, E., Middlestadt, S.   Family Management of Childhood Illness: Informal Consultation on the Behaviour Change Intervention Project.  Geneva: Division of Diarrhoeal and Acute Respiratory Disease Control, World Health Organization, 1995.

Richard, L., Potvin, L., Kishchuk, N., Prlic, H., Ricard, I., Denis, J.L., Green, L.W., Renaud, J.  Les Déterminants de l'Intégration de l'Approache Écologique dans les Programmes de Promotion de Santé:  Élaboration des Instruments de Mesure.  Montreal: Groupe de récherche interdisciplinaire en santé, Université de Montréal, 1995.

Frankish, C.J., Johnson, J.L., Lovato, C., Green, L.W., Ratner, P.A., Best, A.  The Role of Information, Policy, and Programs in Worksite Smoking Control. Vancouver: Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia, 1995.

Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W., Ratner, P.A., Chomik, T., Larsen, C.  Health Impact Assessment as a Tool for Population Health Promotion and Public Policy.  Vancouver: Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia.  Submitted to the Health Promotion Development Division of Health Canada, May 1996, pp: 78

            Richter, L.M., Green, L.W., et al.  (Technical Advisory Group): Report of the Second Meeting of the Technical Advisory Group, Division of Child Health and Development.  Geneva: World Health Organization, WHO/CHD/97.4, 1997.

            Gilbert, J., Barer, M., Benbasat, J., Bressler, B., Burt, H., Evans, B., Green, L.W., Herbert, C., Long, B., MacEntee, M., Vertinsky, P., et al. (eds.).  University of British Columbia. Task Force to Examine the Administrative Organization of Studies in Human Health at UBC.  Educating the Future Health Professional. Vancouver: UBC, 1997. (ISBN #: 0-88865-539-8)

Woolman, G. (Chair), Bal, D.G. (Vice Chair), Eyre, H., Lins, N., Green, L.W., et al.  American Cancer Society: Society-Wide Recommendations for Community Cancer Control.  Atlanta: ACS Blue Ribbon Advisory Group on Community Cancer Control, Report to National Board of Directors, 1997.

Cameron, R. (Chair), Eriksen, M., Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W., et al.   Proposal for a Tobacco Research Initiative.  Toronto: National Cancer Institute of Canada, The Planning Committee for a Tobacco Research Initiative (TRI), 1997.

Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W.  A Review of the Literature on Health Promotion Resource Centers. Toronto: Ontario Government & ARA Consulting Group, 1998.

Green, L.W., Williamson, D., Frankish, C. J., Ratner, P., Johnson, J., et al.  Smoking Cessation: A Synthesis of the Literature on Program Effectiveness. Vancouver: Institute of Health Promotion Research, University of British Columbia, Report to the British Columbia Ministry of Health, July 1998. Online at http://www.ihpr.ubc.ca.

Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Lovato, C.Y., Sun, M., Klein, W., et al.  Annual Report(s) of the Institute of Health Promotion Research. Vancouver: University of British Columbia, each year 1991-1998. These also encompass the reports of the Division of Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine of the Department of Health Care & Epidemiology, the BC Consortium for Health Promotion Research, the BC Research Satellite Center of the Sociobehavioural Cancer Research Network of Canada, and feature selected projects.

Ostry, A., Marion, S., Green, L., Demers, P., Teschke, K., Hershler, R., Kelly, S., Hertzman C. Downsizing and Industrial Restructuring in Relation to Changes in Psychosocial Conditions of Work in British Columbia Sawmills. Toronto: University of Toronto, 2001.

Frankish, C.J., Milligan, D., Kwan, B., Ratner, P., Williamson, D., Green, L.W.  A Study of the Provincial/Territorial Health Goals in Canada: A Report to the National Health Research and Development Program. Vancouver, BC: University of British Columbia, Institute of Health Promotion Research, January 2001, 48 pp.

Holland, B., Gelmon, S., Green, L.W.,  Greene-Moton, E., Stanton, T.E. Community-University Partnerships: What do We Know? Prepared for National Symposium Jointly Sponsored by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and HUD’s Office of University Partnerships, Community-University Partnerships: Translating Evidence into Action, San Diego, April 26, 2003.

 

 

OTHER COMMUNICATIONS, PROCEEDINGS, GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS:

            Gold, R., Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  EMPOWER:  Enabling Methods of Planning and Organizing Within Everyone's Reach (International Version 2.01, CD-ROM Software and Manual). Boston, London, Singapore: Jones & Bartlett Pub. Co., 1997. http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0810314223/qid=1004742014/sr=1-5/ref=
sr_1_10_5/107-2662671-3058916     

            Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Ratner, P., Johnson, J., Bottorff, J., George, A., Lovato, C., McGowan, P., Shoveller, J., Shannon, W., Sparks, R. (1998). Smoking Cessation: A Synthesis of the Literature on Program Effectiveness.  Report to the B.C. Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors.

            McGowan, P., Frankish, C.J., Green, L.W., Shannon, W. (1998). Needs Assessment Study of Canadians with Spinal Cord Injuries and Related Systems of Care, Rehabilitation, and Research. Report for Rick Hansen Institute.

            McGowan, P., Wister, A., Green, L.W., Gutman, G., Clarke, A., Young, L., Mitchell, B. (1998).  Seniors’ Independence Through Self-Care, Self-Help, and Mutual Aid. Report to National Health Research Development Program.

            Green, L. W., Hertzman, C., Matthews, R. (1999). Tracing the Changing Interactions of Socioeconomic Status, Gender and Life Stages as Determinants of Health. Peter Wall Institute of Advanced Studies, University of British Columbia Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1999.

            Surgeon General’s Report on Women and Tobacco, various Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports, State Highlights: Investment in Tobacco Control, and other publications produced and released by the Office on Smoking and Health while serving as Acting Director, 2000-2001. www.cdc.gov/tobacco.

Conference of Principal Investigators of Heart Health. Canadian Heart Health Initiative: Process Evaluation of Demonstration Phase. Ottawa: Health Canada and WHO Collaborating Center for Policy Development in the Prevention of Noncommunicable Disease, 2002. ISBN# H-39-610/2002E. 0-662-31919-2.

National Commission on Community-Engaged Scholarship… Seattle: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, 2004.

Ottoson, J. M., & Green, L.W. (2004). Evaluation of health information outreach: From measuring the difference to making a difference. National Library of Medicine Symposium on Health Information Outreach. Bethesda: National Institutes of Health, Dec. 2-3. Webcast archive of PowerPoint and videotape.

Green, L., Holder, H., Schorr E. et al. Identifying and Selecting Evidence-Based Interventions: Guidance Document for the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant Program. Rockville, MD: Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, (SMA 4205), Feb. 2007. http://www.samhsa.gov.

Beery, B., Ottoson, J.M., Green, L.W., Senter, S., et al. Report on the Evaluation of the Active Living Research Program and Childhood Obesity Prevention of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Seattle: Group Health Community Foundation, 2007.

ENNACT. Communities as Partners in Cancer Clinical Trials. Changing Research, Policy and Practice. (Planning Committee member and Workgroup member). Seattle: Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and Education Network to Advance Cancer Clinical Trials, 2008, 110 pp. Full text online at: http://www.enacct.org/PDFsPPsDocs/CommunitiesAsPartners_Report_10_31_08.pdf. Executive Summary and Press release at: www.communitiesaspartners.org.

Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee. Endangered Investment: Toward a Tobacco-Free California 2009-2011. Sacramento: Master Plan of the Tobacco Education Research and Oversight Committee, Jan. 2009.

Hopkins, D.P., Razi, S., Leeks, K.D…Task Force on Community Preventive Services. Smokefree policies to reduce tobacco use: A systematic review. Am J Preventive Med. 38(2S):S275-289, 2010.

Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee. Endangered Investment: Toward a Tobacco-free California 2009-2011—Master Plan. Sacramento: Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee, 2009.

Green LW, Orleans CT (co-chairs) and Committee. Report to Congress of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, 2011. [Executive Summary][Full Text]. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 2011.

Task Force on Community Preventive Services (committee of). Report to Congress of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services, 2012. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2012. See also: www.thecommunityguide.org.

Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee. Saving Lives, Saving Money: Toward a Tobacco-Free California 2012-2014--Master Plan Executive Summary. Sacramento, CA: Tobacco Education and Research Oversight Committee. http://www.cdph.ca.gov/services/boards/etroc/Pages/default.aspx. Executive Summary (PDF, New Window)

                 

PRESENTATIONS:

Selected keynotes, published abstracts and/or PowerPoint presentations available on request. Sample of recent:

 

Green LW. Connecting the Dots of a Public Health Career. Senator Frank Lautenberg Lecture, Commencement Ceremonies of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey & Rutgers School of Public Health, May 21, 2012.

 

Recent Research Posters/Presentations/Workshops:

 

Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Salsberg J, Pluye P, Bush PL, Herbert CP, Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Cargo M, Green LW, Seifer S. Assessing the Benefits of Participatory Research: Implications for Primary Healthcare Research and Practicel. North American Primary Care Research Conference, New Orleans, Dec. 1-5, 2012

 

Jagosh J, Macaulay AC, Salsberg J, Bush PL, Pluye P, Herbert CP, Greenhalgh T, Wong G, Cargo M, Green LW, Seifer S. Realist Review Methodology to Assess Complexity in Primary Healthcare Research and Practice. North American Primary Care Research Conference, New Orleans, Dec. 1-5, 2012.

 

Gonzalez, M., Lee, Y., Mamudu, H., Green, L.W., Glantz, S.A. “A Human Rights Framework for Ending the Sale of Mentholated Cigarettes in California:  International Treaties and California.” Oral presentation, Linking Tobacco Control Research and Practice for a Healthier California. State Conference of the Tobacco-Related Diseases Research Program, April, 2012.

 

Gonzalez, M., Lee, Y., Mamudu, H., Green, L.W., Glantz, S.A. “Banning menthol cigarettes as a human right:  how human rights treaties can strengthen tobacco control.”  Oral presentation, World Conference on Tobacco or Health.  Singapore, 2012.

 

J Jagosh, AC, Macaulay, P Pluye, J Salsberg, J Henderson, R Seller, T Greenhalgh, G Wong, C Herbert, M Cargo, LW Green. Assessing The Benefits of long-Term Partnerships in Community-based Participatory Research. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 44 (Suppl 1); January 2012. <http://www.stfm.org/fmsup/napcrg/fmconferencesupplement.cfm?confid=135>.

 

Glasgow RE, Green LW, Taylor MV, Stange KC. An Evidence Triangle. Global Implementation Research Conference, Washington, DC, Aug. 2011. Later published in Amer J Prev Med.

 

J Jagosh, AC. Macaulay, P Pluye, J Salsberg, J Henderson, R Seller, T Greenhalgh, G Wong, C Herbert, M Cargo, LW Green. "The Benefits of Community-based Participatory Research: A Realist Review. Published Abstract of the North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Seattle, WA." Family Medicine, Vol 43 (Suppl 1); January 2011<http://www.stfm.org/fmsup/napcrg/fmconferencesupplement.cfm?confid=135>.

 

J Jagosh, J Salsberg, P Pluye , AC Macaulay, P Bush. "Applying Realist Review Methodology to Complex Health Intervention Assessment (Workshop)." Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) Annual Meetings, Montreal, June 19-22 2011<http://www.cpha.ca/en/conferences/conf2011.aspx>.

 

J Salsberg, AC Macaulay. "Assessing the Outcomes of Community-Based Participatory Research: A Realist Review of What Works, for Whom, and in What Circumstances." CU Expo 2011, Waterloo, ON., May 10-14, 2011. <http://www.cuexpo2011.ca/programming>.

 

Gonzalez M, Green LW, Glantz SA. Looking beyond the FCTC: How non-tobacco related treaties can strengthen tobacco control. Abstract for poster presentation, American Public Health Association, 2011.

 

Macaulay, AC; Pluye, P; Salsberg, J; Seller, R; Jagosh, J; Henderson J; Greenhalgh T; Wong G; Herbert C; Cargo M; Green LW; Gascon-Barre, M; Mowat, D; Stachenko, S; Lapore, I; Seifer, S; Clements, D; Desjardins, S. "Are there Benefits to Participatory Research?: A systematic realist review of community-based health research partnerships. North American Primary Care Research Group Annual Meetings. Montreal, Quebec, November 14-18." Family Medicine, Vol 42 (Suppl 2) February 2010 <http://www.stfm.org/fmsup/napcrg/fmconferencesupplement.cfm?confid=133>.

 

Gonzalez ME, Green LW, Glantz SA. Looking through enemy eyes: How the tobacco industry framed the problem of tobacco control during the FCTC process. Poster presentation, American Public Health Association, Denver, Nov. 2010.

Keynote addresses:

Green LW. If we want more evidence-based practice, we need more practice-based evidence. Variations on this title have been presented as keynote or plenary addresses at the North American Primary Care Research Group annual conference, Vancouver, BC, 2006; Nordic Conference on Health Promotion Research, Ebsjerg, Denmark, 2007; Society for Public Health Education Annual Conference, Nov 2008; National Institute of Health, Lisbon, Portugal, meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Jan 2009; Institute of Medicine (National Academy of Sciences) Summit on Integrative Medicine and Health of the Public, Feb 26, 2009 [Summary of the Summit monograph]; Minnesota Health Services Research 13th Annual Conference, St. Paul, March 3, 2009; American Academy of Health Behavior, Feb 2010 [Slides with speaker’s notes]; Australasian Society of Behavior in Health & Medicine, Brisbane, Australia, Feb 2010; Johns Hopkins University Center of Excellence on Translation Research, Baltimore, Mar 2010; University of Michigan CTSI Regional Workshop on Translation, Ann Arbor, April 2010; and as an invited lecture at the NIH monthly WALS Lecture, Bethesda, Jan 15, 2008; Marian Godeke Miller Lecture at Indiana University, Mar 3, 2008; Population Sciences Program, Cancer Inst of New Jersey, Sept 10, 2008; Pacific Institute for Research & Evaluation, Berkeley, Sept 23, 2008; Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Prevention Research Center, Sept 26, 2008; University of Cincinnati, Oct 9, 2008; University of Wageningen, The Netherlands, Nov 24, 2008 and April 2009; Free University of Portugal School of Public Health, Lisbon, Jan 15, 2009; Zom/MV Research Funding Agency of the Netherlands, April 2009; Canadian Institute for Health Research Funders’ Conference, April 23, 2009; Opening Plenary Keynote, European Public Health Conference, Amsterdam, Jan. 2011. IOM Roundtable on the Promotion of Health Equity and the Elimination of Health Disparities, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC, Feb. 24, 2011; “The Future of Community-Engaged Research” conference of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, Baltimore, May 3, 2011; “A Culture of Excellence: Innovations in Evidence-Based Practice” conference, University of Minnesota School of Nursing, May 2011; “Evidence-Based Recommendations of the Task Force on Community Preventive Services,” American Public Health Association, October 31, 2011; “Dissemination of Evidence-Based Practice versus Practice-Based Evidence,” UCSF School of Dentistry, Public Health Dentistry Online Seminar and National Webinar, January 9, 2012; “Communicating Health Information.to the Elderly,” American Federation on Aging Research and AARP, Washington, DC, Jan. 17, 2012; American Society for Preventive Oncology, Washington, DC, March 5, 2012; NIH Training Institute on Dissemination and Implementation Research, UNC Chapel Hill, July 2011, UCSF in July 2012; National Dissemination & Implementation Conference, and Medical Research Council Conference of Investigators, and Monash University public lecture, Melbourne, Australia, Nov., 2012; Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, Jan. 8, 2013; University of Alabama Public Health Week Scholar Address, April 3, 2013; University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, Apr 15, 2013; Center for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington, Seattle, May 29, 2013; NIH/VA Training Institute for Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health, Washington University, St. Louis, June 3-4, 2013.

Green LW. Healthy People: the genesis and sustainability of a 4-decade federal initiative. Closing plenary address, Annual conference of the Society for Public Health Education, Denver, Nov. 2010.

Gonzalez, M., Green, L.W., and Glantz, S.A. "Looking through enemy eyes: How the tobacco industry framed the problem of tobacco control during the FCTC process" Poster presentation, American Public Health Association, Denver, CO. Nov. 2010.

Jagosh J., De Souza AN; Green L, Bush PL; Pluye P, Henderson J, Salsberg J, Herbert C, Wong G, Cargo M,  Greenhalgh P, Siefer S, Stachenko S, Green LW et al. A realist review of community-based participatory research in health: Insights for synthesizing large, heterogeneous, and complex bodies of literature." Presentation at the 2010 Joint Cochrane & Campbell Colloquium and for publication in The Cochrane Library - Abstract Supplement from the Cochrane and Campbell 2010 Colloquium.

 

Glasgow RE, Green LW. Importance of and criteria for evaluation of external validity. NIH Conference on Dissemination and Implementation Research. National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Jan 20, 2009.

 

Green LW. Lessons from the great public health successes of the last third of the 20th century for the obesity control epidemic. Public lecture, Wageningen University, The Netherlands, Nov 25, 2008.

 

Green LW & Emmons K. The shifting context for dissemination and evaluation in translational research. Minority Research Center & Society, Diversity & Disparities Program of UCSF Cancer Center, Nov 4, 2008.

 

Green LW. Systems thinking in building and applying the science of public health: Extending controlled trials, diffusion, and dissemination as core of evidence-based practice in public health. American Public Health Association Annual Conference, San Diego, Oct 29, 2008.

 

Green LW. 12 lessons learned and not learned from research since the Ottawa Charter: The wayward drift of the literature. Keynote at 20th Anniversary of HEMIL (Health Promotion Research Center), University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway, June 23, 2008..

 

Green LW. Prevention and community health: What we have learned in 25 years and how to apply it in the future. Conference of California State University at Monterey, Monterey, CA, June 10, 2008.

 

Green LW. Building capacity for healthier communities. Keynote at state Wisconsin Health Education Network annual meeting. Madison, WI, May 21, 2008.

 

Green LW. Methods, Models and Metaphors for Collaborative Translation-2 Research. Keynote for University of Kentucky CCTS and UK Reach Conference on Preparing Health Professionals for the 21st Century: Expanding the Mission, Lexington, KY, Apr 18, 2008.

 

Green LW. The shifting context for methodologic issues in translational research: A vision for improving health through collaborative intervention research. Johns Hopkins Univ, Apr 17, 2008.

 

Green LW. External validity: a small step toward eternal validity. International Collaborative on Complex Interventions annual meeting, London, UK, March 16, 2008.

 

Green LW. The public health mission of universities in the 21st century: A vision for engaged institutions improving health and quality of life. 2008 Marian Godeke Miller Lecture, Indiana University, March 3, 2008.

 

Green LW.  Participatory research: If we want more evidence-based practice, we need more practice-based evidence. Grand Rounds, Rochester University Medical Center, Rochester, NY, October 19, 2005.

 

Green LW. The science of translating science for health literacy: participatory research. Summer Institute, Canadian Public Health Association and University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada, July 25, 2005. [PowerPoint slides]

 

Potter MA, Mercer SL, Reed, E, Miller GA, & Green LW. Academic productivity and career progression from community-based and participatory research: Are there rewards? Paper presented at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, November, 2004.

 

Devier JD, Mercer SL, Brown V, Potter MA, Olds RS, Danier M, & Green LW. How choosing different models of participatory research influences ratings, or on scales proposed for peer review and funding decisions. Paper presented at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, November, 2004.

Green, L. From evidence-based practice to practice-based evidence. Commencement address, Oregon Health and Sciences University, Rural Family Practice Residency Program, Portland, October 7, 2004. Also presented as closing luncheon keynote at Tobacco Control and Youth conference, University of West Virginia, Morgantown, Sept. 14, 2004.

Green, L. Affordable and accountable health promotion strategies. Invited presentation at 2004 Leadership Conference of the Western Conference of Prepaid Medical Service Plans, Vancouver, BC, Sept. 19-22, 2004. [Online Presentations]

Green, L. Getting from science to practice in health education. Honorary President’s address, Fundacion para Educacion de Salud, Madrid, Spain, July 19, 2004.

Green, L. (Co-Chair). Opening presentation of Workshop on Tradeoffs in Designs for the Scientific Evaluation of Complex, Multi-level Interventions. NIH, CDC, AHRQ and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Bethesda, MD, May 3-4, 2004.website, http://obssr.od.nih.gov/Conf_Wkshp/Complex%20Interventions.htmhttp://www.lgreen.net.

Green, L. (Co-Chair and Plenary presentation on Translational Research). From Clinical Trials to Community: The Science of Translating Diabetes and Obesity Research. NIDDK (NIH) and OSER (CDC). Bethesda, January 12-13, 2004. http://www.niddk.nih.gov/fund/other/Diabetes-Translation/LawrenceGreen.pdf. See "Highlights of NIDDK's Translational Diabetes and Obesity Research Conference" in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics (DT&T), 6(5):, October, 2004, distributed to attendees of the Diabetes Technology Meeting in Philadelphia, October 28-30, 2004. 

Green, L. Community research. Plenary sessions at World Health Promotion and Health Education Conference, Melbourne, Australia, April 29 & 30, 2004.

Mercer SL, Green LW, Holtzman D. A framework for organizing national population health research priorities. Presented at the 18th World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education, Melbourne, Australia, April 2004.

Green L. Keeping tobacco on the agenda. Closing synthesis and conclusions presentations for Conference on Step Up to Tobacco Control, sponsored by Legacy Foundation and Association of Schools of Public Health, St. Louis, April 16, 2004.

Mercer SL, Potter MA, Green LW, Fraser EE, Coleman KD, & French JK. Community-based

investigators talk to funders: What modifications could funding agencies make to their programs to promote successful participatory research? Presented at the 131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, November, 2003.

 

Mercer SL, Reed E, Clark SC, Green LW. Funders Ask Community Researchers: How Helpful are the Participatory Research Guidelines? Presented at the 54th SOPHE Meeting, San Francisco,  Nov. 2003. 

 

Green, L. The constitution and constellation of public health practice research. Address to the Association of Schools of Public Health Council on Practice Research, Phoenix, AZ, Sept. 11, 2003.

 

Green, L. The CDC Futures Initiative on public health research. Presentation to Joint Annual Conference of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials and National Association of County and City Health Officials, Phoenix, AZ, Sept. 11, 2003.

 

Green, L. The IOM Report on the Future of Public Health in the 21st Century. Presentation to Policy and Training Conference of State and Territorial Coordinators of Preventive Health and Health Services Block Grants, Atlanta, Sept. 8, 2003.

 

Green, L.W. Bridging Between Program Decision-Makers and Researchers: Participatory Research as an Approach. Keynote address to the 1st Joint Conference of the National Association of Injury Control Research Centers & State & Territorial Injury Prevention Directors’ Association, Washington, DC, Sept. 4, 2003. 

 

Green L. The CDC Extramural Prevention Research Programs. AcademyHealth conference, Nashville, June 27, 2003.


Green L. The IOM Report on the Future of Public Health. Presented at the Association of State and Territorial Directors of Health Promotion and Education conference, San Diego, May 2003.

 

Green L. Research Appreciation Day Keynote: Let history guide future endeavors. Campus Connection: University of Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. Article in campus newspaper 6(3):1-3, May 2003.

 

Green L & Gielen A. Possible lessons from tobacco control for injury prevention. National Conference on Injury Prevention, Research, and Practice. Atlanta, April 28, 2003.

 

            Holland, B., Green, L. et al. Community-university partnerships: What do we know? Presentations at a Joint Symposium sponsored by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the US Dept of Housing & Urban Development, Office of University Partnerships. San Diego, April 26, 2003. Text document online at:

            http://futurehealth.ucsf.edu/pdf_files/symposium_report.pdf

 

Green L. Lessons from the greatest public health achievements of the 20th century for the emerging problems of the 21st. Keynote address at the Cancer Control Strategy Conference, Ottawa, Canada, March 7, 2003; and keynote at University of North Texas Health Science Center’s 11th Annual Research Appreciation Day. Fort Worth, TX, April 4, 2003.

 

Green L., Kreuter M. Ecological and Systems Models: From Theory and Research to Best Processes. Presentation at annual meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior, St. Augustine, FL, March17, 2003.

 

            Green LW, MacDonald G. Evaluation Planning, Implementation, and Use. Seminar presentation at American Cancer Society National Home Office, sponsored by the Atlanta Area Evaluation Association, Feb 28, 2003.

 

Green L.  Participatory research. Research Issues session. 14th Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference. Washington, DC, Feb. 21, 2003.

 

Green L. Behaviour, lifestyle and social determinants of heart health: From research to policies, planning, programmes and services. Keynote address at national forum sponsored by York University, Toronoto, Ontario, Feb. 20, 2003.

 

Green L. The economic case for tobacco control: Lessons for health promotion from economic evaluations of tobacco control. 14th Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference, Washington, DC, Feb. 19, 2003.

 

Green L, Kreuter M. Precede-Proceed Revisited. Keynote address. Georgia Federation of Professional Health Educators, Inc. 17th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Feb. 14, 2003.

 

Green L. Thoughts on applied public health research—The roles of CDC and its partners. Plenary presentation at Preparedness for Prevention: Partners, Policy and Practice: CDC 2003 Academic Partnership Meeting, co-sponsored with the Association of American Medical Colleges, Association of Schools of Public Health, Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine, Minority Health Professions Foundation, and others, Atlanta, Feb. 13, 2003.

 

Green L. How far upstream? Plenary session on Urban Research Centers. American Public Health Association. 130th Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, Nov. 12, 2002, see p. 119 of program.

 

Green L. Presentation and panel chair on involving public in health research. Clinical Research Roundtable, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC, Nov. 5, 2002.

 

Green L. Features of experimental design in diabetes translation research. NIDDK, National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD, Sept. 27, 2002.

 

Green L, Mercer SL (2002). CDC’s Extramural Prevention Research Program. Presented to Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC, April 2002; to Community-Campus Partnerships for Health conference, Miami, May 4, 2002; to Board of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education, June 27, 2002; to Executive MPH Program of the University of South Florida School of Public Health, June 28, 2002; to Research!America (by Dr. Edward Baker), June 28, 2002; to CDC Director’s Advisory Committee (by Dr. William Roper), July 18, 2002.

 

Green L, Fellows J, Woollery T (2002). Lessons for health promotion from economic evaluations of tobacco control. VicHealth Symposium on Evidence to Policy, Victoria Health Foundation and Public Health Association of Australia (Victoria Branch), Melbourne, Australia, June 20, 2002. Also presented at Canadian Cancer Society and Ontario Cancer Council Symposium on Cancer Care and Control, Toronto, May 22, 2002.

 

Green L (2002). Participatory research: Can universities reconcile the push from funding agencies and the pull from communities? Seminar for faculty of various departments, colleges and schools of the University of New South Wales, organized by the Faculty of Health Sciences, Sydney, Australia, June 19, 2002. Also presented at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, June 14, 2002; and at California Cancer Summit, Santa Cruz, CA, June 24, 2002.

 

Green L (2002). Looking upstream for health promotion leadership in capacity building, advocacy, and development of evidence. Opening Keynote, National Conference on Health Promotion, sponsored by the Australian Health Promotion Association and the Public Health Association of Australia, Sydney, June 17, 2002. Broadcast over next 12 months on Rural Health Satellite Network of Australia. Audiotape and CD-ROM versions also available from University of the Sunshine Coast, Maroochydore DC, Queensland, Australia 4558. Also presented at American Journal of Health Promotion Conference, Lake Tahoe, April 3, 2001, on videotape.

 

Green L (2002). Generalizing “Best Practices” from research and experience to other populations. Statewide seminar sponsored by the Public Health Association of Australia (Queensland Branch) and the Queensland Cancer Foundation, Brisbane, Australia, June 14, 2002.

 

Green L (2002). Participatory research: Looking upstream for solutions to the research-to-practice problem. 2002 Annual Distinguished Lecture, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, March 18, 2002; and as the Annual Lynn Ponder Lecture, Texas A & M University, April 26, 2002.

 

Green L (2002). Possible lessons from tobacco control for child abuse prevention. Keynote, national conference of Prevent Child Abuse America, Dallas, March 3, 2002.

 

Green L (2001). The use of surveillance and “best practices” evidence in policy and action. Keynote, European  Public Health Association, Brussels, 6-8 December 2001. Abstract in Health Information Systems Throughout Europe and their Interaction with Public Health Policy Development and Actions: Abstract Book, Brussels, EUPHA, p. 89. Also presented at the Australasian Evaluation Association, Canberra, Australia, October 2001.

 

Green L (2001). Participatory research: Looking upstream for solutions to the research-to-practice problem. Grand Rounds, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, November 2001; seminar, University of North Carolina School of Public Health, Chapel Hill, Nov. 2001; Distinguished Lecture, Department of Kineseology and Community Health, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Dec 1, 2001.

 

Daniel M, Cargo MD, Green LW (2001). Cigarette smoking, mental health, and social support in Native Canadians (abstract). American Journal of Epidemiology; 153(11): S101.

 

Matson Koffman DM (presenter), Brownstein JN, Buchner D, Dietz WH, Epping, JN, Green LW, Hogelin GC, Kolbe LJ, Kuester SA, LaBarthe DR, Lockhart SJ, MacDonald G, Mensah GA, Petersen L, Ramsey DC, Redman L, Sanders C, Schmid TL, Schooley MW, Watkins NB, Wechsler H, Williams SM. Pilot Policy and Environmental Indicators for State Surveillance of Cardiovascular Health. Poster presentation at First National CDC Prevention Conference on Heart Disease and Stroke, August 22-24, 2001, Atlanta.

 

Green, L.W. Best practices: Generalizing from the Idiosyncratic Research to Other Settings and Populations. Scholar Laureate address at the first annual meeting of the American Academy of Health Behavior. Santa Fe, Nov 2000.  http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2001/3/25-3-1.pdf; Laureate address: http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2001/3/25-3-2.pdf

 

Daniel M (presenter), Rowley KG, Herbert CP, O'Dea K, Green LW (2000). Lipids and Psychosocial Status in Aboriginal Persons With and At Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Implications for Tertiary Prevention. Sixth International Congress of Behavioral Medicine: Behavioral Medicine and Public Health in the New Millennium, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 18 November 2000.

 

Green, LW, keynote: How Well Do Health Promotion “Evidence-Based Practices” Generalise From the Places Where the Research Evidence Was Collected? In Outcomes in Health Promotion: Key Questions for Research and Policy. Abstracts and Programme, 3rd Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference, Sept 7-9, 2000, Tampere, Finland. Tampere: Publication 5, University of Tampere, School of Public Health, 2000, p. 41.

 

Green LW, Kreuter MW. (1999). The Evolution of Planning Frameworks for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. 14th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control, Prevention Successes 2000: Better Health for All. Adam’s Mark Hotel, Dallas, Texas, Nov 30-Dec 2, 1999.

Daniel M, Green LW, Marion SM, Hertzman C, Herbert C, Sheps S, Gamble D (1998). Effectiveness of Community-Directed Diabetes Prevention in a Rural Aboriginal Population. Annual Meeting of the American College of Epidemiology: Epidemiology and Community Interventions in Diverse Populations, San Francisco, California, 27 September 1998.

SPONSORSHIP OF GRADUATE STUDENTS AND POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS:

[List of masters and doctoral students sponsored at U.C. Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, Harvard, U. Texas, and U. British Columbia, with titles of theses and dissertations, and lists of postdoctoral fellows sponsored at Johns Hopkins University, University of Texas, and University of British Columbia, and mentored at Berkeley, Harvard, Yale and UCSF with current positions, available on request.

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH from American Academy of Health Behavior Scholar Laureate Award

Online at http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2001/25-3-1.htm and Introduction at Laureate address: http://www.ajhb.org/issues/2001/25-3-1.htm. 

 

 

RESEARCH PROGRAM SUMMARY

 

Much of my recent career has been geared increasingly toward development of policy in the federal government, and work with professional organizations and agencies to facilitate the translations and dissemination of research to practice. This has been articulated in federal policy through conferences that I have co-chaired and co-funded on participatory research, translational research, and alternatives to RCT designs for the monitoring and scientific evaluation of large-scale, complex programs, and Institute of Medicine (IOM) committee reports on “Bridging the Evidence Gap” and “Evaluating Progress on National and Community Efforts in Obesity Control.” I have conducted research programs to improve and validate methodologies and measures of change at national, state, and local levels of program and policy and to improve the peer review of participatory research grants. I chaired the IOM committee on the review of Prevention Research Centers sponsored by Congress through CDC, and subsequently joined CDC with responsibility for implementing some of the recommendations of the IOM committee.

 

My work in tobacco control has provided a focus for much of the more generic methodological and research-to-policy-and-practice emphasis described above. Some of the most significant of my recent publications include:

 

            Green, L.W., Kreuter, M.W.  Health Program Planning: An Educational and Ecological Approach. 4th ed. St. Louis: McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 2005 (released August 2004). With Instructor’s CD (PowerPoint slides and text bank for each chapter; web resources; bibliographies). This book has been widely adopted in university courses on health program planning. The model it presents has evolved from the first edition to the fourth as the PRECEDE-PROCEED model, with over 990 published applications around the world, and possibly thousands of unpublished applications by practitioners, planners, and policy-makers.

            Green, L.W., Tracing Federal support for participatory research in public health; and Green, L.W., George, M.A., Daniel, M., Frankish, C.J., Herbert, C.P., Bowie, W.R., O’Neill, M. Guidelines for participatory research in health promotion. Both in Minkler M, Wallerstein N (Eds). Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003, pp. 410-428. These guidelines, first published by the Royal Society of Canada in a monograph based on research sponsored by the society for which I was the Principal Investigator, have become widely used by funding agencies (e.g., the California Breast Cancer and Tobacco Control Research Programs, Office of the President, UC; CDC, and various foundations).

            Green, L.W., Nathan, R., Mercer, S.L. The health of health promotion in public policy: Drawing inspiration from the tobacco control movement. Health Prom J Australia 12(2): 12-18, 2001. This is one of several articles summarizing the systematic attempts made at CDC under my leadership to draw the major lessons learned from the great public health success stories of the last third of the 20th century, particularly in tobacco control, hypertension control, and injury prevention.

Green, L.W.  What can we generalize from research on patient education and clinical health promotion to physician counselling on diet? European J. of Clinical Nutrition 53 (Suppl 2): S9-S18, 1999. This article summarizes inferences for dietary counselling by physicians, drawn from other areas of patient education, and predates my five-year effort at CDC to do this cross-problem inference for broader public health problems.

Best, A., Stokels, D., Green, L.W., Leischow, S., Holmes, B., Buckholz, K.  An integrative framework for community partnering to translate theory into effective health promotion strategy. American Journal of Health Promotion 18(2): 168-176, 2003.  This reflects the collaborative work I helped launch between US and Canadian scholars and agencies (CDC, NIH, Canadian Institute of Health Research, National Cancer Institute of Canada) to synthesize lessons from community and policy studies into a systems framework for translation of theory and research into program planning and policy.

Green, L.W., Mercer, S.L. Community-based participatory research: Can public health researchers and agencies reconcile the push from funding bodies and the pull from communities? American Journal of Public Health 91(12):1926-1929, Dec. 2001. Full text of this and more recent related articles on participatory research that cite it: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11726367?dopt=Abstract. This article helped launch the participatory research initiative of CDC, for which I had lead responsibility as Director of the Office of Science and Extramural Research.