Professional Publications

  • Ferucci ED, Johnston JM, Gaddy JR, Sumner L, Posever JO, Choromanski TL, Gordon C, Lim SS, Helmick CG. Prevalence and incidence of systemic lupus erythematosus in a population-based registry of American Indian and Alaska Native people, 2007 –2009. Arthritis and Rheumatology. 2014;66:2494-2502. PMID: 24891315.
  • Smith JJ, Johnston JM, Hiratsuka VY, Dillard DA, Tierney S, Driscoll DL.  Medical home implementation and trends in diabetes quality measures for AN/AI primary care patients. Primary Care Diabetes. 2014;pii: S1751-9918(14)00076-X. doi: 10.1016/j.pcd.2014.06.005. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 25095763.
  • Johnston JM, Smith JJ, Hiratsuka VY, Dillard DA, Szafran QN, Driscoll DLTribal implementation of patient centered medical home model in Alaska accompanied by decreased hospital use. International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 2013; 72: 20960 - Epub 2013 Aug 5.
  • Driscoll, D, Hiratsuka V, Johnston J, Norman S, Reilly K, Shaw J, Smith J, Szafran Q, Dillard D. (2013) Process and Outcomes of Patient-Centered Medical Care With Alaska Native People at Southcentral Foundation. The Annals of Family Medicine 11 (Suppl 1), S41-S49
  • Driscoll DL, Sunbury T, Johnston J, Renes S. Initial findings from the implementation of a community-based sentinel surveillance system to assess the health effects of climate change in Alaska. International Journal of Circumpolar Health. 2013;72: 21405- Epub 2013 Aug 5.
  • Gordian ME, Haneuse S, Wakefield J. (2006) An investigation of the association between traffic exposure and the diagnosis of asthma in children. J Expo Sci Environ Epidemiol. January, 16(1):49-55. [Abstract]
  • Gordian, M.E., Choudhury A. (2003) PM10 and asthma medication in schoolchildren. Arch Environ Health, 58(1): 42-7.
  •  Hamrick, K.J. & Smith, J. (2004) Potential future studies on the nutritional status among indigenous peoples in Alaska and the Russian Far East: Preliminary assessment of the Social Transitions of the North data set. Int J Health, 63 Suppl 1: 43-48.
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  • Hesselbrock, M.N, Hesselbrock, V.M., Segal, B, Schuckit, M.A., and Bucholz, K.K. (2003) Ethnicity and psychiatric Co-morbidity among alcohol dependent persons who received inpatient treatment: African Americans, Alaska Natives, Caucasians and Hispanics. Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, 27(8): 1368-1373.
  • Hesselbrock V., Hesselbrock M., and Segal B. (2003) Alcohol dependence and health care Utilization among Alaska Natives.Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, 27(8): 53-1355.
  • Hild. C.M. (2003) Communicating Risks About Alaska Natives’ Food. Northwest Public Health, Spring/Summer: 12 - 13.
  • Hild, C.M. (2003) Chapter 11 Contaminants in Alaska: Is America’s Arctic at Risk? (pages 95-108) for the publication The Status of Alaska’s Oceans & Watersheds 2002. Prepared under contract by theExxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council, Anchorage, AK, February: 118 pages.
  • Hild, C.M. (2004) Chapter 3 Local and Traditional Knowledge of Special Places. Shadow Lands – The utility of the ANCSA 14(h)1 Set-aside Lands Documentation Collection. U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, ANCSA Reality Office, Anchorage, AK, Chapter 3 is nine pages of the full document estimated at 150 pages.     
  • Hild, C.M. (2004) Arctic telehealth: North to the Future. Presentation summary from the International Congress on Health (ICCH) 12 Nuuk, Greenland 11 September 03, International Journal of Health, Supplement 2: 63-70.
  • Hild, C.M. & V. Stordahl (2004) Chapter Human Health and Well-being.Arctic Human Development Report, Icelandic committee of the Arctic Council. Chapter is 20 pages of the full document of 200 pages.
  • Parks, C.A., Hesselbrock, M.N., Hesselbrock, V.M., and Segal, B. (2003)Factors affecting entry into substance abuse treatment:  Gender differences among alcohol dependent Alaska Natives. Social Work Research, 27(3): 151- 162.
  • Saylor, B. (2003) Observations of the Healing Power of NarrativeArctic Anthropology, 40(2): 109-111.
  • Saylor, B. (2004) Native American health authorities are an essential part of Alaska’s public health effort. Northwest Journal of Public Health, Fall 2004.
  • Saylor, B. (2004) New program for training Alaska Native health researchers. Winds of Change, Fall 2004.
  • Saylor, B. Cochran, P. (2004) Forward, Special Issue on Social Transitions in the North.International Journal of Health, Supplement 1.
  • Saylor, B.,& Hughes, G. (2004) The preliminary assessment of the social transitions of the north dataset: A comparison of STN survey and enumeration data for selected Northwest Alaskan communities.International Journal of Health, Supplement 1.
  • Smith HS, Bjerregaard P, Chan HM, Corriveau A, Ebbesson SOE, Elzel R, Fabsitz RR. Hakonarson H, Hild C, Nobmann ED, Reading J, Tereshchenko L, Young TK, Howard BV. (2006) Research with Arctic peoples: unique research opportunities in heart, lung, blood and sleep disorders: working group summary and recommendations Int J Health, 65(1): 1-96.
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  •  Smith, J., P. Easton, D. Wiedman, N. Rody, K. Hamrick, E. Nobmann, E.G. Widmark, D. Peck. & J. Cipra, (2004) Comparison of BMI and body fat determinations in rural Alaska women: Results of the WIC Healthy Mom Survey, Summer 2001. Alaska Medicine, 46(1): 18-27.