CDN's RESEARCH PROGRAMS and FUNDING SOURCES

The combined patient and provider populations of CDN's member Health Centers represent an enormous opportunity for a practice-based research network (PBRN) of primary care clinicians. CDN's Research Programs include:

HIV/AIDS Program

Stress Management and Relaxation Training/Expressive Support Therapies for Women with AIDS (I); with HIV/AIDS (II); Translation (III); (SMART/EST I & II— NIMH); (SMART/EST III — CDC)

- HIV Tailored Information Provider Services (HIV TIPS) (HRSA)

- Study-Link (Ryan White CARE Title I/MHRA)

- Community Programs for Clinical Research on AIDS (CPCRA) (NIAID)

- Community-Based Clinical Trials Network (CBCTN) (AmFAR)

- Prisoner Linkage Project (DIFFA/OASAS)

- AIDS Education and Training Center (AETC) (HRSA)

- Pharmaceutical Sponsored Clinical Trials (Roche/DuPont/Merck)

 

Cancer Prevention & Control Program

An RCT to Increase Colon Cancer Screening in Medicaid Man-aged Care (NCI)

- Enhancing Family Caregivers’ Strengths and Skills in Managing Older Cancer Patients’ Symptoms (NCI)

- Increasing Referrals for Cancer Clinical Trials (ENACCT, NJ DOHSS)

- Prevention Care Manager Translation Project (NCI)

- Primary Care Colon Cancer Screening Consortium (NCI)

- New York Prevention Care Manager Project (PCM) (NCI)

- Community Health Centers/Cancer Control Project (NCI)

- Improving Education & Access to Breast Cancer Clinical Trials (Susan G. Komen Foundation)

- PAP Test Compact Disk Interactive Technology Training (AHCPR/NLM)

 

Cardiovascular Disease Program

Multi-site RCT for Blood Pressure Control in Hypertensive Afri-can Americans (NHLBI)

- Medication Adherence in Poorly Controlled Hypertensives (NHLBI)

- Assessment of Bleeding Symptoms in Normal Individuals Us-ing a Comprehensive Bleeding History Phenotyping Instrument (NCRR)

Conditioned Placebo Effects & Treatment of Hypertension (NHLBI)

- Racism, Coping & Ambulatory Blood Pressure (NHLBI)

- Obesity, Impaired Glucose Tolerance & Diabetes Project (DHHS)

- Antihypertensive and Lipid-Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial (ALLHAT) (NHLBI)

- Women’s Initiative to Save Hearts (WISH) Cardiac Rehabilita-tion with Lenox Hill Hospital Women's Heart Program (Langeloth Foundation)

- Lower Extremity Amputation Prevention (LEAP) Project (BPHC)

- Migraine Clinical Trial (Merck)

- EPI 101 Syndromic Surveillance Monitoring Training (New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)

- Health Disparities Collaboratives (HDC) Evaluation (CDC/HRSA)

INVEST Clinical Trial (AG Knoll Pharmaceuticals)

 

Pediatrics, Immunization and Infectious Diseases Program

Integrating Prenatal Care to Reduce HIV/STDs Among Teens: A Translational Study (NIMH)

- Mothers and Daughters: Feasibility of Promoting Maternal Pap testing during a Child Visit for HPV Vaccine (New York City De-partment of Health & Mental Hygiene)

- Environmental and Clinical Interventions to Improve Asthma Outcomes (EPA, HRSA, NJDEP)

- Genetics Education and Needs Evaluation (GENE) Project (March of Dimes/HRSA)

- Evaluating the “CDC/BPHC Together for Tots Immunization Initiative” (DHHS Regional Health Administrator)

- Together for Tots Immunization Initiative (CDC/BPHC)

- Adolescent & Adult Immunization Quality Improvement Project (CDC/BPHC)

- Immunization for Homeless Adults (CDC)

- Child Behavioral Study (with ASPN) (NIMH)

- Linezolid in Community-Acquired Pneumonia (Pharmacia and Upjohn)

 

Oral Health Program

Periodontal Therapy: Effects on Glycemic Control in Community Health Centers Pilot Study (NIDCR)

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Dental Sealants (AHCPR/BPHC)

- Oral Cavity Cancer Early Detection (NCI)

- Dental Quality Assurance Training (W.K. Kellogg Foundation)

 

Behavioral Medicine & Mental Health Program

Violence and Stress Assessment (VISTA I & II) (RAND/NIMH)

- Improving the Detection & Management of Depression, Sub-stance Abuse, and Alcoholism in Primary Care (NIDA/SAMHSA)

- Stress Management and Relaxation Training/Expressive Sup-port Therapies for Women with AIDS (I); with HIV/AIDS (II); Translation (III); (SMART/EST I & II-NIMH); (SMART/EST III- CDC)

- A Pilot Assessment of Voluntary Child and Adolescent Mental Health Screening in Primary Care (TEENSCREEN) (Columbia University and DHHS)

 

Nutrition, Physical Activity & Behavior Program

Promoting Smoking Cessation in NYC Community Health Cen-ters (NYS Department of Health)

- Physical Activity Counseling & Underserved Populations (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)

- Promotion of Multi-Vitamin Supplementation Among Low-income, Disadvantaged Patients & Their Health Care Providers (Antitrust Litigation Settlement Administered by the NYS Attor-ney General)

 

Complementary/Alternative Therapies Program

Acupuncture for HIV-Associated Peripheral Neuropathy (NIAID-CPCRA)

- Oral Vitamin C in HIV/AIDS Patients (NIAID-DATRI/CPCRA)

- Homeopathic Treatment for Pediatric Acute Diarrhea (Homeopathic Community Council)

 

Clinical Informatics Program

eTools Project (DHHS Regional Health Administrator)

- Primary Care Information (eClinician) Project (New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene)

ePrescribing Pilot Project (New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene)

- Regional Training Center & Courses in Clinical Informatics (HRSA/HIV/AIDs Bureau, AmFAR, Kresge) 


CDN Publications

Eder, M., Tobin, J.N., Proser, M., Shin, P., “Special Issue Introduction: Building Stronger Science of Community-Engaged Research.” Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. 6 (3): 227-230, 2012.

 Earnshaw, V.A., Rosenthal, L., Lewis, J.B., Stasko, E.C., Tobin, J.N., Lewis, T.T., Reid, A.E.,Ickovics, J.R., “Maternal Experiences with Everyday Discrimination and Infant Birth Weight: A Test of Mediators and Moderators Among Young, Urban Women of Color.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s12160-012-9404-3, 2012.

 Allecia E. Reid, Ph.D. & Jeannette R. Ickovics, Ph.D.Broder, A., Tobin, J.N., Putterman, C., “High antiphospholid antibody levels are associated with statin use and may reflect chronic endothelial damage in non-autoimmune thrombosis: cross-sectional study.” Journal of Clinical Pathology. In Press, 2012.

 Broder, A., Tobin, J.N., Rand, J., Putterman, C., “Inverse relationship between 25-hydroxyvitamin D and parathyroid hormone observed in the general population but not among rheumatoid arthritis patients.” Journal of Clinical Pathology. In Press, 2012.

 Robinson, C.M., Cassells, A., Green, M.A., Beach, M.L., Tobin, J.N., Dietrich, A. “Barriers to Colorectal Cancer Screening Among Publicly Insured Women.” Journal of the National Medical Association, 103(8):746-53, 2011.

 Kotelchuck, R., Lowenstein, D., Tobin, J.N. “Community Health Centers and Community Development Financial Institutions: Joining Forces To Address Determinants of Health.” Health Affairs 30(11):2090-2097, 2011.

 Weiss, S.M., Tobin, J.N., Antoni, M., Ironson, G., Ishii, M., Vaughn, A., Cassells, A., Jones, D., Schneiderman, N., Brondolo, E., LaPerriere, A., Lopez, M., Villar-Loubert, O., Camille, J., Kumar, M., Page, J.B., SMART/EST Women’s Project Team, “Enhancing the health of women living with HIV: the SMART/EST Women’s Project.” International Journal of Women’s Health, 63-77, 2011.

 Fernandez, S., Tobin, J.N., Diaz-Gloster, M., Cassells, A., Khalida C., Ogedegbe, G., “The Counseling African Americans to Control Hypertension (CAATCH) Trial: Baseline Demographic, Clinical, and Psychosocial Characteristics,” Implementation Science, 6:100-113, 2011.

 Mauer, A.C.,  Khazanov, N.A., Levenkova, N., Mollah, S.A., Tian, S., Barbour, E.M., Khalida, C., Tobin, J.N., Coller, B.S., “Defining the Range of Bleeding Symptoms in Healthy Individuals Using a Web-Based, Ontology-Backed Bleeding History Phenotyping System” Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, 9:100-109, 2011.

 Mauer, A.C., Khazanov, N.A., Levenkova, N., Tian, S., Barbour, E.M., Tobin, J.N., Khalida, C., Coller, B.S., “Impact of sex, age, race, ethnicity and aspirin use on bleeding symptoms in healthy adults.” Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, 9: 100-108, 2010.

Broder, A., Tobin, J.N., Putterman, C., “Disease-Specific Definitions of Vitamin D Deficiency May Need to be Established in Autoimmune and Non-Autoimmune Chronic Diseases: A Retrospective Comparison of Three Groups” Arthritis Research & Therapy, 12:R191-199, 2010.

Jones, D., Ishii, M., Tobin, J.N., Brondolo, E., Lydston, D., Weiss, S.M., “Self Efficacy and Distress in Women with AIDS: The SMART/EST Women’s Project” AIDS Care, 22(12): 1499-1508, 2010.

Schoenthaler, A. M., Schwartz, J., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., Brondolo, E., “Daily Interpersonal Conflict Predicts Masked Hypertension in an Urban Sample.” American Journal of Hypertension, 1-7, 2010.

Robinson, C.M., Beach M.L., Greene, M.A., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., Dietrich, A., “Staffing Time Required To Increase Cancer Screening Rates Through Telephone Support.” The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 33, 2: 143-154, 2010.

Tobin, J.N., “Am I my Brother’s Keeper? A tale of Two Brothers and Health Reform: A Judeo-epidemiologic Perspective on the Torah and Insights into Public Health”. Conversations: The Journal of the Institute for Jewish Ideas and Ideals, 6: 100-112, 2010.

Levsky, J.M., Kim, C.W., Spevack, D.M., Travin, M.I., Tobin, J.N., Haramati, L.B., “Efficacy of coronary CT angiography: Where we are, where we are going, and where we want to be.” Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography 3, Supplement 2, S99-S108, 2009.

Brondolo, E., Cubbin, C., Saegert, S., Wellington, R., Beatty, D.L., Weinstein, M., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N. “Sociodemographic Variations in Perceived Racism in a New York City Community Sample of Blacks and Latinos” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(2): 407-429, 2009.  

Levsky, J.M., Travin, M.I., Spevack, D.M., Menegus, M.A., Huang, P.W., Goldberg, Y., Clark, E.T., Banoth, P., Freeman, K.D., Tobin, J.N., Haramati, L.B., “Rationale and Design of a Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Stress Myocardial Perfusion Imaging with Coronary CT Angiography as the Initial Imaging Study for Intermediate-risk Patients Admitted with Chest Pain.” Journal of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography 3:264-271, 2009.

Schoenthaler, A., Chaplin, W., Allegrante, J., Fernandez, S., Diaz-Gloster, M., Ogedegbe, G., Tobin, J.N., “Provider Communication Effects Medication Adherence in Hypertensive African Americans” Patient Education and Counseling, 39, 2:407-429, 2009.

Meredith, L.S., Eisenman, D.P., Green, B.L., Basurto-Dàvila, R., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., “System Factors Affect the Recognition and Management of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder by Primary Care Clinicians.” Medical Care, 47: 686-694, 2009.

Bezold, C., Calvo, A., Fritts, M., Jonas W., “Integrative Medicine and Health Disparities: A Scoping Meeting.” EXPLORE: The Journal of Science and Healing, 5 (4), 228-241, 2009.

Ogedegbe, G., Tobin, J.N., Fernandez, S., Gerin, W., Diaz-Gloster, M., Cassells, A., Khalida, C., Pickering, T.G., Schoenthaler, A., Ravenell, J., “Counseling African Americans to Control Hypertension (CAATCH) Trial: A Multi-Level Intervention to Improve Blood Pressure Control in Hypertensive African Americans” Circulation, 2:249-256, 2009.

Eisenman, D.P., Meredith, L. S., Rhodes, H, Green, B., Kaltman, S., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., “PTSD   in Latino Patients: Illness Beliefs, Treatment Preferences and Implications for Care” Journal of General Internal Medicine 23(9):1386-92, 2008.

Brondolo, E., Brady, N., Thompson, S., Contrada, R., Cassells, A., Sweeney, M.M., Tobin, J.N. “Racism and Negative Mood: Analyses of Trait and Daily Measures of Mood in a Community Sample” Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine. 70(1):49-56, 2008.

Taylor, W.C., Hepworth, J., Less, E., Feliz, K.Y., Ahsan, S., Cassells, A., Volding, DC., Tobin, J.N., “Obesity, Physical Activity, and the Environment: Is There a Legal Basis for Environmental Justice? Environmental Justice 1(1): 45-48, 2008.

Brondolo, E., Libby, D.J., Denton, E., Thompson, S., Beatty, D.L., Schwartz, J., Sweeney, M., Cassells, A., Pickering, T.G., Gerin, W., Tobin, J.N., “Racism and Ambulatory Blood Pressure in a Community Sample” Psychosomatic Medicine, 70(1): 49-56, 2008

Beach, M.L., Flood, A.B., Robinson, C.M., Cassells, A.N., Tobin, J.N., Dietrich, A., “Can Language-Concordant Prevention Care Managers Improve Cancer Screening Rates?” Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 16(10):2058-2064, 2007.

Lees, E., Taylor, W.C., Hepworth, J., Feliz, F., Cassells, A., Volding, D.C., Tobin, J.N., “Environmental Changes to Increase Physical Activity: Perceptions of Older Urban Ethnic Minority Women” Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 15: 425-438, 2007.

Lopez E., Jones D. L, Ishii M., Tobin J.N., Weiss S. M., “HIV Medication Adherence and Substance Use: The SMART/EST Women’s Project” American Journal of Infectious Diseases 3 (4): 240-247, 2007.

Dietrich, A.J., Tobin, J.N., Cassells, A., Robinson, C.M., Reh, M., Romero K.A., Flood, A.B., Beach, M.L., “Translation of an Efficacious Cancer Screening Intervention to a Medicaid Managed Care Organization” Annals of Family Medicine, 5(4):320-7, 2007.

Taylor, W.C., Sallis, J.F., Lees, E., Joseph T. Hepworth, J.T., Feliz, K., Volding, D.C., Cassels, A., Tobin, J.N., “Changing Social and Built Environments to Promote Physical Activity:  Recommendations from Low Income, Urban Women” Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 4:54-65, 2007.

Gerin W., Tobin J.N., Schwartz J.E., Chaplin W., Rieckmann N., Davidson K.W., Goyal T.M., Jhalani J., Cassells A., Feliz K., Khalida C., Diaz-Gloster M., Ogedegbe G. “The Medication Adherence and Blood Pressure Control (ABC) Trial: A multi-site randomized controlled trial in a hypertensive, multi-cultural, economically disadvantaged population” Contemporary Clinical Trials, 28:459-471, 2007.

Jones, D.L., McPherson-Baker, S., Lydston, D., Camille, J., Brondolo, E., Tobin, J.N., Weiss, S.M., “Efficacy of a Group Medication Adherence Intervention Among HIV Positive Women: The SMART/EST Women’s Project” AIDS and Behavior, 11(1):79-86, 2007.

Jones, D.L., McPherson-Baker, S., Lydston, D., Camille, J., Brondolo, E., Tobin, J.N., Weiss, S.M., “Efficacy of a Group Medication Adherence Intervention Among HIV Positive Women: The SMART/EST Women’s Project” AIDS and Behavior, 11(1):79-86, 2007.

Broudy, R., Brondolo, E., Coakley, Brady, N., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., Sweeney M., “Perceived Ethnic Discrimination in Relation to Daily Moods and Negative Social Interactions” Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 30(1):31-43, 2007.

Segal-Isaacson, C.J., Tobin, J.N., Weiss, S.M., Brondolo, PhD, E., Vaughn, A., Camille, J., Gousse, Y., Ishii, M., Jones, D., LaPerriere, A., Lydston, D., Schneiderman, N., Ironson, G., “Improving Dietary Habits In Disadvantaged Women with HIV/AIDS: The SMART/EST Women’s Project” AIDS and Behavior, 10:659-270, 2006.

Dietrich, A.J., Tobin, J.N., Cassells, A., Robinson, C.M., Greene, M.A., Sox, C.H., Beach, M.L., DuHamel, K.N., Younge, R.G. “Telephone care management to improve cancer screening among low-income women: a randomized controlled trial” Annals of Internal Medicine, 144:563-571, 2006.

Brondolo E., Thompson S., Brady N., Appel R., Cassells A., Tobin, J.N., Sweeney, M., “The Relationship of Racism to Appraisals and Coping in a Community Sample” Ethnicity and Disease, 15 (4 Suppl 5):S5-14-9, 2005.

Wylie-Rosett, J., Tobin, J. N., Davis, N., “Revised 2005 Diabetes Quality Improvement Checklist (2005 DQI Checklist)” The Diabetes Educator, (5):669-70, 672, 675 (Sept/Oct) 2005.

Catz, D.S., Wolman, F., Tobin, J.N., Lloyd-Puryear, M.A., Kyler, P., Umemoto, A., Cernoch, J., Brown, R., Doksum, T., Green, N.S., “Attitudes about Genetics in Underserved, Culturally Diverse Populations.” Community Genetics. 8: 161-172, 2005.

Brondolo, E., Kelly, K.P., Coakley, V, Gordon, T., Thompson, S., Levy E., Cassells, A., Tobin, J.N., Sweeney M., Contrada, R.J. “The Perceived Ethnic Discrimination Questionnaire: Development and Preliminary Validation of a Community Version” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35(2): 335-365, 2005.

LaPerriere, A., Ironson, G., Antoni ,M.H., Stanley, H., Jones, D., Devieux, J., Ishii, M., Goldstein, A., Cassells, A., Brondolo, E., Tobin, J.N., Schneiderman, N., Weiss, S. “Decreased Depression up to One Year Following CBSM + Intervention in Depressed Women with AIDS: The SMART/EST Women’s Project.” Journal of Health Psychology 10(2): 223-231, 2005.

Ironson, G., Weiss, S., Lydston, D. D., Lechner, S., Ishii, M., Asthana, D., Jones, D., Tobin, J.N., LaPerriere, A., Antoni, M., Schneiderman, N., Kumar, M. “The Impact of Improved Self-Efficacy on HIV Viral Load and Distress in Culturally Diverse Women Living with AIDS: The SMART/EST Women’s Project.” AIDS Care 17(2): 222-236, 2005.

Ogedegbe, G., Cassells, A. N., Robinson, C.M., DuHamel, K., Tobin, J.N., Sox, C.H., Dietrich, A.J., “Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators of Cancer Early Detection among Low-Income Minority Women in Community Health Centers.” Journal of the National Medical Association. 97(2): 162-170, 2005.

Taylor, W.C., Hepworth, J., Lees, E., Cassells, A., Gousse Y., Sweeney M., Vaughn A., Tobin, J.N., "Readiness to change physical activity and dietary practices and willingness to consult healthcare providers.” Health Research Policy and Systems, 2(2): 1-8, 2004.

Tobin J.N.; Zazula T. “National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP)” in: Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine (Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 2004).

Jones, D.L., Ishii, M., La Perriere A., Stanley H., Antoni, M., Ironson, G., Schneiderman, N., Van Splunteren, F., Cassells, A., Alexander, K., Gousse, Y., Vaughn, A., Brondolo, E., Tobin, J.N., Weiss, S., “Influencing Medication Adherence among Women with AIDS: The SMART/EST Women’s Project.” AIDS Care 15(4): 463-474, 2003.

Olfson M, Tobin J.N., Cassells A., Weissman M. “Improving the Detection of Drug Abuse, Alcohol Abuse, and Depression in Community Health Centers.”  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and the Underserved 14 (3): 386-402, 2003.

Catz, D.S., Tobin, J.N., “Clinical and Environmental Interventions Improved Asthma Outcomes in Minority Children from Community/Migrant Health Centers (C/MHCs).” Journal of Urban Health, 80, Supplement 2, Sec I: 03181, ii9-ii10, 2003

Lechner, S.L., Antoni, M.H., Lydston, D., LaPerriere, A., Stanley, H., Ishii, M., Devieux, J., Ironson, G., Cassells, A., Gousse, Y., Alexander, K., Schneiderman, N., Tobin J.N., Weiss S. “Does Coping Mediate the Effect of Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management Interventions on Quality of Life in Women with AIDS?” Journal of Psychosomatic Research 54(3): 253-261, 2003.

The ALLHAT Officers and Coordinators for the ALLHAT Collaborative Research Group. “Major Outcomes in Moderately Hypercholesterolemic, Hypertensive Patients Randomized to Pravastatin vs Usual Care”: The Antihypertensive and Lipid Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial (ALLHAT-LLT).  JAMA. 288:2998-3007,2002.

The ALLHAT Officers and Coordinators for the ALLHAT Collaborative Research Group. “Major Outcomes in High-Risk Hypertensive Patients Randomized to Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitor or Calcium Channel Blocker vs Diuretic: The Antihypertensive and Lipid Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial” (ALLHAT).  JAMA. 288:2981-2997, 2002.

Zabos GP, Giled SA, Tobin JN, Amato E, Turgeon L, Mootbar RN, Nolon AK, “Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of a School-Based Dental Sealant Program for Low Socioeconomic Status Children: A Pratice-based Report” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 13 (1): 38-48, 2002.

Jones DL, Weiss SM, Mallow R, Ishii M, Devieux J, Stanley H, Cassells A. Tobin, JN, Brondolo E, LaPerriere A, Efantis-Potter J, O’Sullivan MJ, Schneiderman N.  “A Brief Sexual Barrier Intervention for Women Living with AIDS: Acceptability, Use and Ethnicity.”  Journal of Urban Health  78(4):593-604, 2001.

Wright Jr., J. T., Cushman, W.C., Davis, B., Barzlay, J., Colon, P., Egan, D., Lucente, T., Nwachuku, C., Pressel, S., Leenen, F., Frolkis, J., Letterer, R., Walsh, S., Tobin, J.N. "The Antihypertensive and Lipid Lowering Treatment to Prevent Heart Attack Trial (ALLHAT): Clinical Center Recruitment." Controlled Clinical Trials, 22(6):659-73, 2001.

Kario, K., Tobin, J.N., Wolfson, L., Whipple, R., Derby, C. A., Singh, D., Marantz, P. R., Wassertheil-Smoller, S. "Lower Standing Systolic Blood Pressure as a Predictor of Falls in the Elderly: A Community-Based Prospective Study." Journal of American College of Cardiology, 38(1): 246-252, 2001.

Wassertheil-Smoller, S., Tobin, J.N., Steingart, R.M., “Assessing the Appropriateness of Medical Care” (Letter) N Engl J Med  339:1478-1481, 1998.

Dietrich A.J., Tobin J.N., Sox CH, Cassells A.N., Negron, F., Younge R.G., Demby, N.A. and Tosteson, T.D.  “Cancer Early Detection Services in Community Health Centers for the Underserved:  A Randomized Clinical Trial.” Archives of Family Medicine, 7:320-327, 1998.

Marantz, P.R., Alderman, M.H., Tobin, J.N.,  "Diagnostic Heterogeneity in Clinical Trials of Congestive Heart Failure."  Annals of Internal Medicine, 109:55‑61, 1988.

Marantz, P.R., Tobin, J.N., Steingart, R.M., Wassertheil‑Smoller, S., "The Relationship Between Left Ventricular Systolic Function and Congestive Heart Failure Diagnosed by Clinical Criteria."  Circulation, 77(3):607‑612, 1988.

Tobin, J.N., Wassertheil‑Smoller, S., Steingart, R.M., Wexler, J.P.,  Budner, N., Lense, L., Wachspress, J.,  "Sex Bias in Considering Coronary Bypass Surgery." Annals of Internal Medicine, 107:19‑25, 1987.

Wassertheil‑Smoller, S., Steingart, R.M., Wexler, J.P., Tobin, J.N., Budner, N., Wachspress, J., Lense, L., Slagle, S.,  "Nuclear Scans:  A Clinical Decision‑Making Tool That Reduces the Need for Cardiac Catheterization." Journal of Chronic Diseases, 40(5):385‑397, 1987.

Sardell, A. “Clinical Networks and Clinician Retention: The Case of CDN.” Journal of Community Health, Vol. 21(6): 437-451, 1996. 

 
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