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James D. Plumb, MD, MPH

James D. Plumb, MD, MPH

Contact Dr. Plumb

833 Chestnut Street
Suite 301
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6340
(215) 923-9186 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Using accreditation standards as a framework to evaluate and improve a community-based diabetes self-management education program
  2. The Use of International Service Learning Initiatives for Global Health Education: Case Studies From Rwanda and Mexico
  3. A primary care-public health partnership addressing homelessness, serious mental illness, and health disparities
  4. Stage of Change and Other Predictors of Participant Retention in a Behavioral Weight Management Program in Primary Care
  5. Community-Based Partnerships for Improving Chronic Disease Management
  6. Trial of a behavioral intervention to increase dilated fundus examinations in African-Americans aged over 65 years with diabetes
  7. Obesity and Cancer
  8. Modifiable cardiovascular risk factors among individuals in low socioeconomic communities and homeless shelters
  9. The interplay of o 1106 besity and asthma
  10. The social and behavioral foundations of men's health - A public health perspective
  11. Community engagement of men
  12. The asthma and obesity epidemics: The role played by the built environment - A public health perspective
  13. Experience with hospice: Reflections from third-year medical students
  14. Cultural factors in preventive care: Asian-Americans
  15. The syndromic approach to treatment of sexually transmitted diseases in low-income countries: issues, challenges, and future directions.
  16. The role of life-prolonging technology
  17. Homelessness: Reducing health disparities
  18. Community-based quality improvement education for the health professions: Balancing benefits for communities and students
  19. Psychometric properties of an attitude scale measuring physician-nurse collaboration
  20. Preparing the ground: Contributions of the Preclinical Years to Medical Education for Care Near the End of Life