Publications on Translation, Evaluation, and Dissemination
Note: Some of the articles listed below are duplicated across categories.
Altpeter M, Bryant L, Schneider, E, Whitelaw N, Beattie L. Using the evidence base to promote healthy aging (pdf) [Issue Brief, Evidence-based Health Promotion Series, no.1]. National Council on the Aging, Center for Healthy Aging, 2004.
Altpeter M, Bryant L, Schneider E, Whitelaw N. Evidence-based health practice: Knowing and using what works for older adults. Home Health Care Services Quarterly 2006(1/2):1-11; co-published as a chapter in Enguidanos S.M., ed. Evidence-based interventions for community dwelling older adults. Binghamton NY: Hayworth Press, 2006.
Smith ML, Belza B, Altpeter M, Ahn S, Dickerson JB, Ory MG. Disseminating an evidence-based disease self-management program for older Americans: Implications for diversifying participant reach through delivery site adoption. In Maddock, J. (Ed). InTech: Rijeka, Croatia. ISBN 979-953-307-499-2. Public health: Social and behavioral health. 2012 (In press).
Smith ML, Ory MG, Belza B, Altpeter M. Personal and delivery site characteristics associated with intervention dosage in and evidence-based fall risk reduction program for older adults. Translational Behavioral Medicine: Practice, Policy and Research. 2012 (In press).
RE-AIM for Program Planning: Overview and Applications Issue Brief. 2007.
Bryant L, Altpeter M, Whitelaw N. Evaluation of Health Promotion Programs for Older Adults: An Introduction. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 2006;25(3), 197-213
Brownson RC, Ballew P, Dieffenderfer B, Haire-Joshu D, Heath GW, Kreuter MW, et al. Evidence-Based Interventions to Promote Physical Activity: What Contributes to Dissemination by State Health Departments. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2007;33(1):S66-S78.
The CDC Healthy Aging Research Network Writing Group. The Prevention Research Centers Healthy Aging Research Network. Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] 2006 Jan.