Scholarly Publications

KAREN ANDREWS

DINORAH BARTON-ANTONIO

  • Wilmsen C, Bush D, Barton-Antonio D. 2015. Working in the Shadows: Safety and Health in Forestry Services in Southern Oregon. J For. Epub ahead of print March 12.
  • Bush D, Wilmsen C, Sasaki T, Barton-Antonio D, Steege AL, Chang C. 2014. Evaluation of a pilot promotora program for Latino forest workers in Southern Oregon. Am J Ind Med. 57(7):788-99.

DIANE BUSH

  • Rauscher KJ, Casteel C, Bush D, Myers DJ. 2015. Factors Affecting High School Teacher Adoption, Sustainability, and Fidelity to the “Youth@Work: Talking Safety” Curriculum. Am J Ind Med. Epub ahead of print June 8.
  • Wilmsen C, Bush D, Barton-Antonio D. 2015. Working in the Shadows: Safety and Health in Forestry Services in Southern Oregon. J For. Epub ahead of print March 12.
  • Bush D, Wilmsen C, Sasaki T, Barton-Antonio D, Steege AL, Chang C. 2014. Evaluation of a pilot promotora program for Latino forest workers in Southern Oregon. Am J Ind Med. 57(7):788-99.
  • Delp L, Riley K, Jacobs S, Bush D, Kirkland K, Denis I, London M, Harrison R. 2013. Shaping the future: ten years of the occupational health internship program. New Solut. 23(2):253-81.
  • Bush D, Andrews K. 2013. Integrating Occupational Safety and Health Training into Career Technical Education in Construction: Formative Research Findings. LOHP UC Berkeley. Funded by CPWR-The Center for Construction Research and Training, Small Study Grant.
  • Miller ME, Miara C, Bush D. 2010. Young Worker Occupational Safety and Health Educational Materials: A Resource List. Int J Occup Environ Health. 16(2):233-37.
  • Bush D, Paleo L, Baker R, Dewey R, Toktogonova N, Cornelio D. 2009. Restaurant supervisor safety training:  Evaluating a small business training intervention. Public Health Rep. 124(Supplement 1):152-9.
  • Bush, D, Podolsky L, Moran A, et al. 2008. Teens Speak Out for Safety on the Job. Collaboration between LOHP, LOSH and CHSWC.
  • Teran S, Strochlic R, Bush D, Baker R, Meyer J. 2008. Reaching teen farm workers with health and safety information: An evaluation of a high school ESL curriculum. J Agric Saf Health. 14(2):147-62.
  • Bush D, Paleo L, Baker R, Dewey R, Toktogonova N, Cornelio D. November 2007. Restaurant supervisor safety training:  Evaluating a worksite training intervention. Poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Miller ME, Bush D. 2004. Review of the Federal Child Labor Regulations: Updating Hazardous and Prohibited Occupations. Am J Ind Med. 45(2):218-21.
  • Bush D. 2004. Keeping California’s Youth Safe on the Job. Updated Recommendations of the California Partnership for Young Worker Health and Safety. Labor Occupational Health Program.
  • Miara C, Gallagher S, Bush D, Dewey R. 2003. Developing an Effective Tool for Teaching Teens About Workplace Safety. Am J Health Educ 34(Sep/Oct5):S30–S34.
  • Bush D, Gonzalez-Arroyo M, Stock L, Delp L, Miara C, Dewey R. 1999. Promoting Safe Work for Young Workers: A Community Resource Guide, a joint project of the Education Development Center, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Labor Occupational Health Program at UC Berkeley, the Labor Occupational Safety and Health program at UC Los Angeles, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
  • Bush D. 1999. Taking Time to Teach Teen Worker Safety. Safe Workplace. National Council on Compensation Insurance. 7:6-11.
  • Bush D, Baker, R. 1998. Protecting and educating California’s young workers: Report and recommendations of the California Study Group on Young Workers’ Health and Safety. San Francisco, CA: California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers’ Compensation.
  • Bush D. 1998. Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, fourth edition. Volume III. 100.5. Barbering and Cosmetology.

CHARLOTTE CHANG

  • Baker R, Chang C, Bunting J, Betit E. 2015. Triage for action: Systematic assessment and dissemination of construction health and safety research. Am J Ind Med. Epub ahead of print April 28.
  • Chang C, Nixon L, Baker R. 2015. Moving Research to Practice through Partnership: A Case Study in Asphalt Paving. Am J Ind Med. Epub ahead of print April 23.
  • Belone L, Lucero JE, Duran B, Tafoya G, Baker EA, Chan D, Chang, Greene-Moton, Kelley MA, Wallerstein N. 2014. Community-Based Participatory Research Conceptual Model: Community Partner Consultation and Face Validity. Qual Health Res. Epub ahead of print October 31.
  • Minkler M, Chang C. 2014. Community-Based Participatory Research:  A promising approach for studying and addressing immigrant worker health. In Schenker MB, Castañeda X, Rodriguez-Lainz A. (Eds.), Migration and Health: A Research Methods Handbook, Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Bush D, Wilmsen C, Sasaki T, Barton-Antonio D, Steege AL, Chang C. 2014. Evaluation of a pilot promotora program for Latino forest workers in Southern Oregon. Am J Ind Med. 57(7):788-99.
  • Minkler M, Salvatore AL, Chang C, Gaydos M, Liu SS, Lee PT, Tom A, Bhatia R, Krause N. 2014. Wage theft as a neglected public health problem: An overview and case study from san francisco’s chinatown district. Am J Public Health. 104(6):1010-20.
  • Chang C, Minkler M, Salvatore AL, Lee PT, Gaydos M, Liu SS. 2013. Studying and Addressing Urban Immigrant Restaurant Worker Health and Safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown District: A CBPR Case Study. J Urban Health. 90(6):1026-40.
  • Chang C, Salvatore AL, Lee PT, Liu SS, Tom AT, Morales A, Baker R, Minkler M. 2013. Adapting to context in community-based participatory research: “participatory starting points” in a Chinese immigrant worker community. Am J Community Psychol. 51(3-4):480-91.
  • Chang C, Salvatore AL, Lee PT, Liu SS, Minkler M. 2012. Popular education, participatory research, and community organizing with immigrant restaurant workers in San Francisco’s Chinatown: A case study. In Community Organizing and Community Building for Health and Welfare. Edited by Meredith Minkler. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. (Baltimore, MD: Project MUSE, 2014) Chapter 14, 246-64.
  • Gaydos M, Bhatia R, Morales A, Lee PT, Liu SS, Chang C, Salvatore AL, Krause N, Minkler M. 2011. Promoting health and safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown restaurants: findings and lessons learned from a pilot observational checklist. Public Health Rep. 126(Supplement 3):62-9.
  • Minkler M, Lee PT, Tom A, Chang C, Morales A, Liu SS, Salvatore A, Baker R, Chen F, Bhatia R, Krause N. 2010. Using community-based participatory research to design and initiate a study on immigrant worker health and safety in San Francisco’s Chinatown restaurants. Am J Ind Med. 53(4):361-71.
  • Minkler M. Breckwich Vásquez V, Chang C, Miller J. 2008. Promoting healthy public policy through community-based participatory research: Ten case studies. PolicyLink.

HELEN CHEN

  • Chen H. 2010. Green and Healthy Jobs. Silver Spring, MD: CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training.

ROBIN DEWEY

  • Dewey R, Coelho L, Stock L. Poster for APHA November 2014. California’s Taking Action for Safety and Health Program: Are Small Businesses Creating Effective Injury and Illness Prevention Programs as a Result of the TASH Program?
  • Dewey R. 2011. Promoting job safety for workers with intellectual disabilities: the staying safe at work training curriculum. New Solut. 21(4):591-601.
  • Bush D, Paleo L, Baker R, Dewey R, Toktogonova N, Cornelio D. 2009. Restaurant supervisor safety training:  Evaluating a small business training intervention. Public Health Rep. 124(Supplement 1):152-9.
  • Dewey R. 2009. Meeting the occupational safety and health training needs of workers with developmental disabilities. Disabil Health J. 2(1):E8.
  • Bush D, Paleo L, Baker R, Dewey R, Toktogonova N, Cornelio D. November 2007. Restaurant supervisor safety training:  Evaluating a worksite training intervention. Poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Wellman H, Davis L, Punnett L, Dewey R. 2004. Work-Related Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (WR-CTS) in Massachusetts, 1992-1997: Source of WR-CTS, Outcomes, and Employer Intervention Practices. Am J Ind Med. 45(2):139-52.
  • Miara C, Gallagher S, Bush D, Dewey R. 2003. Developing an Effective Tool for Teaching Teens About Workplace Safety. Am J Health Educ. 34(Sep/Oct5):S30–S34.
  • Bush D, Gonzalez-Arroyo M, Stock L, Delp L, Miara C, Dewey R. 1999. Promoting Safe Work for Young Workers: A Community Resource Guide, a joint project of the Education Development Center, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Labor Occupational Health Program at UC Berkeley, the Labor Occupational Safety and Health program at UC Los Angeles, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.

ALEJANDRA DOMENZAIN

  • Chung C, Marblestone J, Archer N, Bas N, Chakraborty R, Chang J, Domenzain A, Herrera D, Ng D, Seville M. 2005. Reinforcing the Seams: Guaranteeing the Promise of California’s Landmark Anti-Sweatshop Law – An Evaluation of Assembly Bill 633 Six Years Later. Women’s Employment Rights Clinic. Paper 4.
  • Delp L, Brown M, Domenzain A. 2005. Fostering Youth Leadership to Address Workplace and Community Health Issues: A University/School/Community Partnership. Health Promot Pract. 6(3): 270-85.
  • Domenzain A, Lippin T. 2002. SEIU Education and Support Fund Hazardous Materials Training Project Evaluation. Durham, NC: New Perspectives Consulting Group, Inc.
  • Brown MP, Domenzain A, Nelliana Villoria-Siegert N. 2002. Voices from the Margins: Immigrant Workers’ Perceptions of Health and Safety in the Workplace. Los Angeles: UCLA Labor Occupational Safety and Health Program.

NAZIMA EL-ASKARI

  • Teran S., Baker R., El-Askari E. 2007. Immigrant Workers in Construction: Sharing Lessons Learned in Our Unions. Silver Spring, MD:  CPWR – Center for Construction Research and Training.
  • El-Askari E. 2003. Building an effective workplace violence prevention program in healthcare. Clin Occup Environ Med. 3(4):843-54.
  • Askari E. 1996. Tools for developing a workplace violence prevention program. Occup Med. 11(2):363-74.
  • Askari E. 1989. Training of LVNs, housekeeping staff, and other hospital employees. Occup Med. 4 Suppl:51-9.
  • Askari E, Mehring J. 1992. Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome training from a union perspective. Am J Ind Med. 22(5):711-20.
  • Alexander D, Askari E. 1991. AIDS education for labor and management: category III workers. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 52(2):A108-11.
  • Askari E, Alexander DL. 1989. AIDS and the minority health care worker. AAOHN J. 37(3):109-13.

KELSIE SCRUGGS

  • Teran S, Blecker H, Scruggs K, Garcia Hernandez J, Rahke B. 2015. Promoting Adoption of Fall Prevention Measures Among Latino Workers and Residential Contractors: Formative Research Findings. Am J Ind Med. Epub ahead of print May 26.

LAURA STOCK

  • Malinowski B, Minkler M, Stock L. 2015. Labor unions: A public health institution. Am J Public Health. 105(2):261-71.
  • Dewey R, Coelho L, Stock L. November 2014. California’s Taking Action for Safety and Health Program: Are Small Businesses Creating Effective Injury and Illness Prevention Programs as a Result of the TASH Program? Poster presentation at the American Public Health Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Gong F, Castaneda D, Zhang X, Stock L, Ayala L, Baron S. 2012. Using the associative imagery technique in qualitative health research: The experiences of homecare workers and consumers. Qual Health Res. 22(10):1414-24.
  • Baker R, Stock L, and Velazquez V. 2011. The Roles of Labor Unions (Chapter 32). In Occupational and Environmental Health: Recognizing and Preventing Disease and Injury, 6th edition. Levy BS, Wegman DH, Baron SL, Sokas RK, editors. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gong F, Baron S, Stock L, Ayala L. 2009. Formative research in occupational health and safety intervention for diverse, underserved worker populations: a homecare worker intervention project. Public Health Rep. 124(Supplement 1):84-9.
  • Gong F, Baron S, Ayala L, Stock L, McDevitt S, Heaney C. 2009. The role for community-based participatory research in formulating policy initiatives: promoting safety and health for in-home care workers and their consumers. Am J Public Health. 99(Supplement 3):S531-8.
  • Stock L, Baron S, Gong F, Habes D, Ayala L, Castaneda D. November 2007. Partnership for Safety:  A Participatory Research Project with Homecare Workers and Consumers. Presented at APHA Annual Meeting.
  • Gershon R, DeJoy D, Borwegen B, Braun B, Silverstein B, Stock L, Cullen J. 2009. Health and Safety Culture. Chapter 6, pp 87-97. In State of the Sector – Health Care and Social Assistance: Identification of Research Opportunities for the Next Decade of NORA, NIOSH NORA HCSA Sector. NIOSH publication number 2009-138,
  • Collins J, Silverstein B, Stock L. 2009. Musculoskeletal Disorders And Ergonomic Issues. Chapter 11, pp 141-158. In State of the Sector – Health Care and Social Assistance: Identification of Research Opportunities for the Next Decade of NORA. NIOSH NORA HCSA Sector. NIOSH publication number 2009-138.
  • Baker R, Stock L. 2005. Labor Unions: Their Role in Occupational and Environmental Health (Chapter 34). In Occupational and Environmental Health: Recognizing and Preventing Disease and Injury, 5th edition. Levy BS, ed. Philadelphia, PA.: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Pgs 697-709.
  • Stock L, Baron S. 2002. Health and Safety Risks for Home Care Workers. Presented at APHA Annual Meeting.
  • Sum J, Frank J, Faucett J, Stock, L. 2001. Return-to-Work in California: Listening to Stakeholders’ Voices. California Commission on Health and Safety and Workers Compensation.
  • Bush D, Gonzalez-Arroyo M, Stock L, Delp L, Miara C, Dewey R. 1999. Promoting Safe Work for Young Workers: A Community Resource Guide, a joint project of the Education Development Center, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Labor Occupational Health Program at UC Berkeley, the Labor Occupational Safety and Health program at UC Los Angeles, and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
  • Stock L, Cone J. 1997. Barbering and cosmetology. In ILO Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety. 100.5-100.9
  • Stock L. 1994. Training office workers for action. In Keying into the future-the impact of computerization on office workers. Ng C,  Munro-Kua A, ed. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Women’s Development Collective and Women’s Studies Unit, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.
  • Baker R, Stock L, Szudy B. 1992. Hardware to hard hats: Training workers for action (from offices to construction sites). Am J Ind Med. 22(5):691-701.
  • Stock L. 1990. New technology and workers’ health: strategies for promoting worker involvement in technological change. In Work with display units 89: International scientific conference on work with display units. Berklinguet L, Berthelette D, eds. Quebec, Canada: North Holland. September 11-14, 1989.
  • Stock L, Baker R. 1986. Worker education and the development of protective policies. In Work with display units 86: International scientific conference on work with display units. Knave B et al eds. Stockholm, Sweden: North Holland. May 12-15, 1987.

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