Public Health Genomics Program: Publications and Presentations

2015

Michigan Cancer Consortium: Focus Areas in Michigan for Specific Cancers Appropriate for Cancer Genetics Services

MI HEARTSafe Schools: 2015 MASN Conference

Lynch Syndrome: A Public Health Approach

The Lynch Syndrome Screening Network: Promoting Universal Screening for Newly Diagnosed Colorectal Cancers

 

2014

Reducing Barriers to Risk Appropriate Cancer Genetic Services: Current Strategies and Barriers
Local Cancer Registrars & Cancer Genomics Best Practices

BRCA: The State Of Michigan Leads the Way for Others

Advisory Committee on Breast Cancer in Young Women (ACBCYW): Enhancing Breast Cancer Genomics Best Practices and Policies in the State of Michigan, 2011-2014

Public Awareness of Genetic Nondiscrimination Laws in Four States and Perceived Importance of Life Insurance Protections

Creation of a Network to Promote Universal Screening for Lynch Syndrome: The Lynch Syndrome Screening Network

To Reflex or Not: Additional BRCA1/2 Testing in Ashkenazi Jewish Individuals Without Founder Mutations

 

 

Strategies, actions, and outcomes of pilot state programs in public health genomics, 2003-2008

Timing of BRCA Genetic Testing and Extent of Breast Cancer Surgery in Women with Deleterious Mutations

Family Notification and Cascade Screening After BRCA Genetic Testing

Mutation Rates and Reasons for Declining BRCA Genetic Testing Among Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer

Innovative Utilization of a State Cancer Registry to Contact Young Breast Cancer Survivors and their High-Risk Female Relatives to Increase Breast Cancer Screening

 Fear of Cancer Recurrence, Perceived Risk, Self-Efficacy and Barriers to Screening in Young Breast Cancer Survivors



2013

Using a State Cancer Registry to Recruit Young Breast Cancer Survivors and High-Risk Relatives: Protocol of a Randomized Trial

Partnering with a State Cancer Registry to Identify Patients at Risk for Inherited Cancers

Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young Surveillance and Prevention Program: Michigan’s Experience

Public Health Perspective on Eliminating Health Disparities in Genomics

Cancer Genomics Best Practices: Is Testing in Michigan on the Rise?

Growth of BRCA1/2 Genetic Testing in Michigan, 2008-2011 

Examining Statewide Patterns in Collection of Family History Variables for the Michigan Cancer Surveillance Program

 

2012

Evaluation of state comprehensive cancer control plans for genomics content

Barriers and facilitators for utilization of genetic counseling and risk assessment services in young female breast cancer survivors

Using core public health functions to promote BRCA best practices among health plans

Michigan BioTrust for Health: public support for using residual dried blood spot samples for health research

Implementing screening for Lynch syndrome among patients with newly diagnosed colorectal cancer: summary of a public health/clinical collaborative meeting

Public awareness and use of direct-to-consumer personal genomic tests from four state population-based surveys, and implications for clinical and public health practice

Bidirectional Reporting of Michigan Cancer Registry Data to Increase Cancer Genetics Access

A State Health Department Approach to Promoting Cancer Genomics Through Surveillance, Education and Policy

"Hereditary Cancer: Identifying Those At Risk And Managing Care For Previvors And Survivors"

Hereditary Cancer Risk And Management: An Interactive Approach 

Family Health History and Genetics - Assessing and Referring your Patient

Promoting Policy Changes for Appropriate Cancer Genetic Services for High Risk Women in Three States

Creating a Clinical Risk Assessment Tool to Promote Cancer Genomics Best Practices in the State of Michigan

Recruiting Young Breast Cancer Survivors and HighRisk Relatives to a Randomized Trial using a State Cancer Registry

Utilization of Cancer Genetic Services by Young Female Breast Cancer Survivors

Cancer Genomics in Michigan: Surveillance Report 2012 BRCA1/2 Surveillance in Michigan, 2008 - 2012 

Gene Expression Profiling (GEP) for Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk Prediction, Surveillance in Michigan, 2008-2012 (PDF)

Too Young to Die - An Update on the Impact of Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young in Michigan 1999 - 2011 06/19/2012 

Utilization of Cancer Genetic Services by Young Female Breast Cancer Survivors 

Reasons for Declining BRCA Testing After Genetic Counseling 

2011 

Promoting Cancer Genomics Best Practices through Surveillance, Education, and Policy Change in the State of Michigan 

Bidirectional Reporting of Michigan Cancer Registry Data: A Pilot Project   

A State Population Approach to Promoting Genomics through Surveillance, Education and Policy 
 

2010  

Promoting Cancer Genomics Best Practices through Surveillance, Education and Policy Change in the State of Michigan, 2010 CDC

Bidirectional Reporting of Michigan Cancer Registry Data: A Pilot Project  

Evaluation and Promotion of BRCA Best Practices among Michigan Health Plans  

Genomics Integration and State Chronic Disease Plans  

Using State Cancer Registries to Evaluate Potentially Hereditary Cancers 

Creating a Clinical Risk Assessment Tool to Promote Cancer Genomics  

Creating a Clinical Risk Assessment Tool to Promote Cancer Genomics Best Practices in the State of Michigan  

Diabetes, Genetics and Genomics: Across the Lifecycle  

Public Perception of Health Care Provider Practice Regarding Family History of Diabetes  
 

2009  

Hereditary Cancer Risk and Management: An Interactive Approach

Promoting Cancer Genomics Best Practices through Surveillance, Education, and Policy Change in the State of Michigan (2008-2011)  

Family History of Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young in Michigan  

Promoting Cancer Genomics Best Practices through Surveillance, Education and Policy Change in the State of Michigan   

2008  

Public Awareness and Use of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests: Results From 3 State Population-Based Surveys, 2006  (article) 

Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young in Michigan:Development and Implementation of an Innovative Mortality Review System  

Family History of Colorectal Cancer: Risk Perception and Risk Reduction Behaviors - Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, 2005  

Development and Implementation of Genetics to Genomics: A Secondary Education Curriculum to Educate Teachers on the Relevance and Value of Genomics  

Sudden Cardiac Death of the Young in Michigan: Development and Implementation of an Innovative Mortality Review System (poster)

Cancer Genomics for Public Health: Increasing Genomic Competency and Confidence in the Public Health Workforce  

2007  

Healthy Homes University: An Innovative Approach to Indoor Air Quality, Asthma, and Family History in a Community Setting  

Exploring the Enrollment of Children Born With Birth Defects into Michigan's Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS) Program   

Folic Acid Outreach and Two Years' Multivitamin Distribution in Selected Michigan Counties at High Risk for Neural TubeDefects   

Genetics to Genomics: Changing the Health of Today's Youth through Science  

Michigan Birth Defects Registry: Documentation Patterns Found on Review of Inpatient Medical Records for Birth Defects Cases   

2006   

An Innovative Partnership to Strengthen Diabetes Health Promotion and Birth Defects Prevention  

Applying and Integrating Public Health Genomics into Public Health Practice  

Cancer Genomics for Public Health  

Developing a Sudden Cardiac Death Review System: Approaches and Collaborations  

Family History of Premature Heart Attack or Stroke: Michigan WISEWOMAN Program 2001-2006  

Folic Acid Outreach and Multivitamin Distribution in Selected Michigan Counties at High Risk for Neural Tube Defects (presentation)   

Folic Acid Outreach and Multivitamin Distribution in Selected Michigan Counties at High Risk for Neural Tube Defects (poster)   

Genetics to Genomics: Changing the Health of Today's Youth through Science and Behavior  

Incorporating Genomics into an Existing State Level Cancer Surveillance System  

Promoting Preconceptional Health: An ESSENTIAL Birth Defects Prevention Strategy  

Public Health Genomics in Michigan: A Life Cycle Approach   

What is Pharmacogenomics?  

2005   

Blood Pressure Sunday: Introducing Genomics to the Community Through Family History  

Family Health History Questions in Michigan Surveys   

Family History, Diabetes, and Other Demographic and Risk Factors Among Participants of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999-2002   

Frontiers in Genetics: A Collaboration between Michigan State University and the Michigan Department of Community Health to Educate Secondary Teachers  

Genomics and Public Health: Development of Web-based Training Tools for Increasing Genomic Awareness   

Michigan Children with Birth Defects: Statewide Observations of Referral Practices & Presentation of Best Practice Guidelines   

Family history and diabetes among adult participants of the National Health and Nutritiona Examination Survey, 1999-2002  (poster) 

Family History, Diabetes, and OtherDemographic and Risk Factors AmongParticipants of the National Health andNutrition Examination Survey 1999-2002  (article) 

Michigan Genetics Education Needs Assessment for Nursing