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