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Ayyagari P, Frisvold DE. The Impact of Social Security Income on Cognitive Function at Older Ages. 2016;244418283(441):463 - 488. doi:10.1162/AJHE_a_00058.
Avery M, Kong C, Park K, Losch ME. Iowa tobacco cessation program evaluation: FY 2016. Cedar Falls, IA: Center for Social and Behavioral Research, University of Northern Iowa; 2017.
Austin AA, Druschel CM, Tyler MC, et al. Interdisciplinary Craniofacial Teams Compared with Individual Providers: Is Orofacial Cleft Care More Comprehensive and Do Parents Perceive Better Outcomes?. 2010;47(1):1-8. doi:10.1002/bdra.20726.
Atchison CG. Overview of the State Hygienic Laboratory. 2017.
Atchison CG, Butler J, Damiano P. Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Model for Effective 21st-Century Clinical–Community Partnerships. 2020;110(4):450 - 451. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2019.305556.
Atchison CG. State Hygienic Laboratory Legislative Focus. 2016.
Atchison CG, Kurimski LJ, Marshall S. Using a Decision-Matrix to Guide Decision-Making & Resource Allocation. 2017.
Atchison CG, Kurimski LJ. Applying Business Development Tools to Public Health Laboratory Strategy. 2017.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Mastin T, Slonske M. The Missing Role of Parents: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Parenting Practices and Communication Strategies for Addressing Binge Drinking. 2009;26(1):50-61. Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08824090802637031#preview.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Brady PJ, et al. Implementation Matters: Lessons From Iowa Medicaid’s Healthy Behaviors Program. 2020;39(5):884 - 891. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2019.01302.
Askelson NM, Momany ET, Damiano PC. Health Behaviors and Health Literacy of IowaCare Enrollees with Diabetes: Third Report in a Series of Evaluations of the IowaCare Program.; 2010.
Askelson NM, Bentler SE, Momany ET, Golembiewski EH, Damiano PC. Iowa Medicaid Health Home Providers: A qualitative examination of the implementation of the Iowa Medicaid Health Home. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2014.
Askelson NM, Edmonds SW, Momany ET, Tegegne MA. Understanding Clinic Practices for Human Papilloma Virus Vaccination Series Completion in Clinics That Provide Primary Care. 2016;43(7):445 - 449. doi:10.1097/OLQ.0000000000000462.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Smith S, Lowe JB, Dennis LK, Andsager J. The Birds, the Bees, and the HPVs: What Drives Mothers' Intentions to Use the HPV Vaccination as a Chance to Talk About Sex?. 2011;25(3):162-70. doi:10.1016/j.pedhc.2010.01.001.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. The Importance of Efficacy: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Examine Factors Related to Preschool-Age Children Enrolled in Medicaid Receiving Preventive Dental Visits. 2015.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. Encouraging early preventive dental visits for preschool-aged children enrolled in Medicaid: using the Extended Parallel Process Model to conduct formative research. 2014;74(1):64 - 70. doi:10.1111/j.1752-7325.2012.00369.x.
Askelson NM, Ryan G, Chieffo G, Hoemann C, Pieper F. Iowa Pregnancy Assistance Fund Needs Assessment Report. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2018.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Tegene MA, DePriest AM, Shultz HM. IowaCare: Examining the implementation of the IowaCare program in Federally Qualified Health Centers.; 2014.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Meier C, et al. Please! Please get me the carrots!”: A qualitative examination of parent-child communication about fruits and vegetables from the child's perspective. 2016.
Askelson NM, Campo S, Carter KD. Completely Isolated? Health Information Seeking Among Social Isolates. 2011;38(2):116-22. doi:10.1177/1090198110369055.
Askelson NM, Losch ME, Thomas LJ, Reynolds JC. “Baby? Baby Not?”: Exploring Women’s Narratives About Ambivalence Towards an Unintended Pregnancy. 2015:1 - 17.
Askelson NM. How Federally Qualified Health Centers select and implement multi-level evidence based interventions to improve colorectal cancer screening: A qualitative study. 2017.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Momany ET, et al. Encouraging Early Preventive Dental Visits for Preschool-Aged Children Enrolled in Medicaid: Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Conduct Formative Research. 2012. doi:10.1111/j.1752-7325.2012.00369.x.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Smith R, et al. Healthy Behaviors Dis-enrollment Interviews Report: In-depth interviews with Iowa Health and Wellness Plan members who were recently disenrolled due to failure to pay required premiums. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2017.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Turchi J, Elchert D, Tegegne M. Report on Evaluation of Iowa's CHIPRA II Outreach and Enrollment Project. Iowa City, IA : University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2013.
Askelson NM, Brady P, Pieper F, Avdic L. 2018-19 PREP Evaluation. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2019.
Askelson NM, Delger PJ, Scheidel CA. Satisfy students’ taste preferences through Smarter Lunchroom changes. 2016.
Askelson NM, Chi DL, Hanson JD, et al. Preventive Dental Care Utilization for Preschool-aged Children in Medicaid: Parents’ Perceptions and Experiences with Medicaid Dentists. 2013;1(3):26-31.
Askelson NM, Wright B, Brady P, et al. Healthy Behaviors Dis-enrollment Interviews Report 2017: In-depth interviews with Iowa Health and Wellness Plan member who were recently disenrolled due to failure to pay required premiums. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Public Policy Center; 2017.
Askelson NM, Golembiewski EH, Baquero B, Momany ET, Friberg JE, Montgomery D. The importance of matching the evaluation population to the intervention population: Using Medicaid data to reach hard-to-reach intervention populations. 2017;60:64 - 71. doi:10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2016.09.008.

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