PUBLIC HEALTH

PUBLICATIONS

Stephens M, Ogunsanya ME, Ford K, Bamgbade BA, Liang MC. Little cigar and cigarillo beliefs and behaviors among African-American young adultsAmerican Journal of Health Behavior 2015;39(4):519-528.

Ford K, Olotu B, Thach A, Roberts R, Davis P. Factors contributing to perceived stress among Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) students. The College Student Journal 2014;48(2):189-198.

Sterling K, Moore R, Pitts N, Duong M, Ford K, Eriksen M. Exposure to celebrity-endorsed small cigar promotions and susceptibility to use among young adult cigarette smokersJournal of Environmental and Public Health 2013;28(3).

Ford K, Oladapo A, Sterling K, Diamond P, Kelder S, McAlister A.  Assessing the psychometric properties of smoking-related attitudes, self-efficacy, and intention among a diverse population of middle school studentsAddictive Behaviors 2013;38(2):2378-2383.

Sterling K, Ford K, Park H, Diamond P, McAlister A. Assessing the invariance of smoking-related self-efficacy, beliefs, and intention among daily and intermittent high school current smokersSubstance Use Misuse 2013;48(7):477-483.

Sterling K, Ford K, Park H, Diamond P, Kelder S, McAlister A. Scales of smoking-related self-efficacy, beliefs, and intention: Assessing measurement invariance among intermittent and daily high school smokersAmerican Journal of Health Promotion 2013. E-pub.

PRESENTATIONS

Ford K, Kahlor L, Liang MC.  Innovative and Effective Approaches to Health Behavior Change Across the Lifespan.  St. David’s CHPR conference, March 2017. (Poster)

Nduaguba SO, Ford KH, Branch-Vital A, Poon A. Patterns of Substance Use and Tobacco Use among African American College Students Attending a Rural Historically Black College and University in Texas. National Conference on Tobacco and Health; Austin, TX, March 2017. (Poster)

Ford K. Cancer Prevention and Health Disparities.  Colloquia for St. David’s CHPR (Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research) in Underserved Populations- P30 Center for Transdisciplinary Collaborative Research in Self-Management Science (TCRSS). October 13, 2016.

Nduaguba SO, Wilson, J, Ford KH. The Association between Smoking Status and Quality of Life: Factoring in Lifestyle Variables. International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) 21st Annual International Meeting. Washington DC, May 2016. (Poster)

Nduaguba SO, Ford KH, Jiang S, Meshack A, Ogunsanya M. Understanding Cancer-Related Risk Behaviors among African American College Students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) 22nd Annual Meeting. Chicago IL, March 2016. (Poster)

Liang M, Ford K, Kahlor L. Differentiting Little Cigar and Cigarillo Use among African Americans. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) 22nd Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL, March 2016. (Poster)

Liang M, Kahlor L, Ford K. Predicting Poly-use of Tobacco Products among African American Young Adults: An Investigation on Contextual Factors. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL, November, 2015. (Poster)

Nguaguba O, Ford KH, Bamgbade B, Iwuorie O. Comparison of Pharmacy Students’ Knowledge and Self-efficacy to Provide Cessation Counseling for Hookah and Cigarette Use. Louis C. Littlefield Celebrating Pharmacy Research Excellence Day. College of Pharmacy, The University of Texas at Austin. Austin, TX, April 2015. (Poster)

Ford K. Little Cigar Use among African American College Students. Tobacco Center of Regulatory Science on Youth and Young Adults, UTHealth. The University of Texas Health Science Center, School of Public Health. Austin, TX, August 12, 2014.

Nduaguba O, Ford K, Bamgbade B, Iwuorie O. Pharmacy Students’ Confidence and Knowledge of Tobacco Cessation Counseling: Cigarettes vs. Hookah. McCombs School of Business Healthcare Symposium. The University of Texas. Austin, TX, April 2015.

Liang M, Kahlor L, Ford K. Predicting Poly-use of Tobacco Products among African American Young Adults: An Investigation on Contextual Factors. Preventing Chronic Disease Across the Lifespan Research Conference. St. David’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations. The University of Texas School of Nursing. Austin, TX, April 2015. (Poster)

Ford KH, Kahlor LA, Liang M-C, Yu S, Dean T, Tijerina C, Nduaguba O, Darden, KLeachman M, Siller A. Contextual Predictors of Little Cigar/Cigarillo (LCC) Use and Alteration. Preventing Chronic Disease Across the Lifespan Research Conference. St. David’s Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations. The University of Texas School of Nursing. Austin, TX, April 2015. (Poster)

Ford KH, Kahlor LA, Liang M-C, Yu S, Dean T, Tijerina C, Nduaguba O. Faults in the Environment: Contextual Predictors of Little Cigar/Cigarillo (LCC) Use and Alteration. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Annual Meeting. Philadephia, PA, February 2015. (Poster)

Nguaguba O, Ford KH, Bamgbade B, Iwuorie O. Pharmacy Students’ Confidence In and Knowledge of Tobacco Cessation Counseling: Cigarettes vs. Hookah. Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco Annual Meeting. Philadephia, PA, February 2015. (Poster)

Bamgbade BA, Barner JC, Ford K. Impact of Mental Illness Stigma Awareness Intervention on Pharmacy Student Attitudes. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting. Grapevine, TX, July 2014. (Poster)

Shaw M, Ford K, Rollins B, Baig K, Mosley D, Coggin C. More Than a Picnic: It’s a Lifestyle Affair for Health Behavior Change. Public Health Education and Health Promotion program of the 141st APHA Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, November 2-6, 2013.

Ford K, Liang M, Ogunsanya M, Sterling K. American Public Health Association, Concurrent Session D2: Involving & Reaching Teens in Tobacco Prevention & Cessation. Public Health Education and Health Promotion program of the 141st APHA Annual Meeting. Boston, MA, November 2-6, 2013.

Iwuorie O, Ford K, Adeyemi A. Insight Into Pharmacy Students’ Views on Smoking Cessation Training for Counseling on All Forms of Tobacco Products. NPhA/SNPhA Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA, July 2013. (Poster)

Ford K, Marani S,  Prokhorov A.  Project CURBING: A Cumulative Model Associating Risk Factors with Susceptibility to Smoking and Smokeless Tobacco Use. Society for Public Health Education’s (SOPHE) 64th Annual Meeting, The Magic of Health Education: Vision, Imagination, Transformation. Orlando, FL,  April 17-19, 2013.

 

 


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