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Prevention Research Center, Division of Prevention & Population Sciences, UNM Department of Pediatrics

MSC11 6145
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Location:
2703 Frontier Ave NE
Research Incubator Building (RIB) Suite 120

Phone: (505) 272-4462
Fax: (505) 272-3955

Books and Book Chapters

The work of the PRC has been recognized by book editors and publishers who have commissioned Center researchers to write books or chapters of books. The list of books and book chapters is arranged according to first author.

Coe C, Reynolds RR, Boehm DA, Hess JM, Rae-Espinoza H, eds. Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press; 2011.

Davis SM. General guidelines for an effective and culturally sensitive approach to health education. In: Matiella AC, ed. The Multicultural Challenge in Health Education. Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates; 1994:117-132.

Davis S. How do you engage a community in a randomized clinical trial or a drug trial? In: Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium Community Engagement Key Function Committee Task Force on the Principles of Community Engagement (Second Edition). Principles of Community Engagement. 2nd ed. Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health; 2011:111-113. NIH publication 11-7782.

Davis SM, Cunningham-Sabo LD. Pathways to Health: a school-based cancer prevention project for Southwestern Native American youth. In: Weiner D, ed. Preventing and Controlling Cancer in North America: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. Westport, CT: Praeger; 1999:85-93.

Davis SM, Cunningham-Sabo LD, Lambert  LC. Pathways to Health: a cancer prevention project for Native American schoolchildren and their families. In: Glover CS, Hodge FS, eds. Native Outreach: A Lay Report to American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian Communities. Bethesda, MD: National Cancer Institute; 1999:75-91. NIH publication 98-4341.

Davis S, Page-Reeves J, Cruz T. How do you overcome historical exploitation? In: Clinical and Translational Science Awards Consortium Community Engagement Key Function Committee Task Force on the Principles of Community Engagement (Second Edition). Principles of Community Engagement. 2nd ed. Washington, DC: National Institutes of Health; 2011:113-115. NIH publication 11-7782.

Davis SM, Ledman J. Drownings under age 25. In: Williams JL, ed. New Mexico in Maps. 2nd ed. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Press; 1986:203-5.

Gannon WL, Sanchez S, Amaral F. Peer mentoring for graduates of color and research ethics: the power of peer-mentoring for students traditionally underrepresented in graduate school. In: Collier P, ed. You Can Develop a College Student Peer Mentoring Program that Works: A Practitioner’s Guide to Program Design, Delivery, Evaluation and Training.  Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, in press.

Hess JM. “For Tibet”: Youth, hip-hop, and transforming the Tibetan global imaginary. In: Coe C, Reynolds RR, Boehm DA, Hess JM, Rae-Espinoza H, eds. Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press; 2011:39-60.

Hess JM. Immigrant Ambassadors: Citizenship and Belonging in the Tibetan Diaspora. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press; 2009.

Kozoll R, Davis SM. Physical activity promotion in rural America. In: Crosby RA, Wendel ML, Vanderpool RC, Casey BR, eds. Rural Populations and Health: Determinants, Disparities, and Solutions. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass; 2012:287-301. 

Robillard RJ, Ullery SC. Reading the medical literature: assessing reports on clinical intervention studies. In: The Health Care Communication Group. Writing, Speaking, and Communication Skills for Health Professionals. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press; 2001:3-36.