*Please note that additional publications are accessible through individual faculty members’ SelectedWorks sites.

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Submissions from 2020

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Cultivating healthy schools: The feasibility of an outdoor classroom in a public elementary school, Erin Largo-Wight, Caroline A. Guardino, and Katrina W. Hall

Submissions from 2019

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Documenting Support for Ongoing and Improved Efforts in Sexuality Education, Elissa M. Barr, Michele J. Moore, Kristina Wilson, Tiffany L. Parisi, and Heather M. McCann

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The Relationship between Physical Dating Violence and Alcohol and Drug Use among High School Students in an Urban Florida County, Stacey B. Griner, Michele Johnson Moore, and Kristina Wilson

Submissions from 2017

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Pharmacist Recommendations for Adolescent Smoking Cessation: Results from a Delphi Study, Jessica L. King, Jamie L. Pomeranz, Mary Ellen Young, and Julie W. Merten

Submissions from 2014

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The Relationship between Screen Time and Sexual Behaviors among Middle School Students., Elissa Barr, Michele Moore, Tammie Johnson, Julie Merten, and William Stewart

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Asset Mapping and Resource Guide Development in Partnership with Title One Schools, Julie Merten, Elissa Barr, Heather Monroe-Ossi, and Jessica King

Submissions from 2013

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Rural Breast Cancer Patients and Survivors Perspectives using Online Health Resources, Julie W. Merten, Kim Walsh-Childers, Lakeisha Rodman, Mary Ellen Young, and Natalie Birchwood

Submissions from 2005

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High Potency and Other Alcoholic Beverage Consumption Among Adolescents, Edessa C. Jobli, Heather S. Dore, Chudley Werch, and Michele Johnson Moore

Submissions from 2004

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Health Educators in Florida’s County Public Health Departments: Frequency of and Perceived Confidence in Performing Entry-Level Competencies, Gwendolyn Matthews, Michele Johnson Moore, and Chudley Werch

Submissions from 2000

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A Pilot Intervention to Increase Parent-Child Communication About Alcohol Avoidance, Joan M. Carlson, Michele Johnson Moore, Deborah M. Pappas, Chudley E. Werch, Graham F. Watts, and Patricia A. Edgemon