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					                                      CURRICULUM VITAE

                                Patrick L. Remington, MD, MPH
             Associate Dean for Public Health, School of Medicine and Public Health
                      Professor, Department of Population Health Sciences
                                University of Wisconsin-Madison
                                  Updated: November 19, 2009


Business Address:     Health Science Learning Center, Rm. 4263
                      750 Highland Avenue
                      Madison, WI 53705
                      608-263-1745
                      FAX: 262-2327
                      E-mail: plreming@wisc.edu

Home Address:         1214 Dartmouth Road
                      Madison, WI 53705
                      608-238-3211


EDUCATION AND TRAINING

   Bachelor of Science - Molecular Biology; 1972-76
      University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
   French Language Certification; 1974
      Centre Linguistique Applique, Besancon, France.
   Doctor of Medicine; 1977-81
      University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, Madison, Wisconsin.
   Rotating Internship; 1981-82
      Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, Washington.
   Preventive Medicine Residency; 1983-1985
      Epidemiology Program Office, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia.
   Master of Public Health-Epidemiology; 1985-1986
      Epidemiology Division, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Minneapolis,
      Minnesota.


CURRENT PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

   Associate Dean for Public Health, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
       (2009-present).
   Professor, Department of Population Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
       and Public Health (2003-present); Associate Professor (1997-2003); Adjunct Associate Professor
       (1992-1997); Adjunct Assistant Professor (1988-1992).
   Affiliate Professor, Department of Family Medicine, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
       and Public Health (2008-present); UW School of Nursing, Madison (2004-present).
   Adjunct Professor, Department of Population Health, Medical College of Wisconsin (2006-present)




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PAST PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
   Director, University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, University of Wisconsin School of
       Medicine and Public Health, 2001-2009.
   Director, Master of Public Health Program, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public
       Health, 2004-2009.
   Associate Director, Outreach and Population Studies, Director of Cancer Control, Comprehensive
       Cancer Center, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 1997-2008.
   Chief Medical Officer and State Chronic Disease and Injury Epidemiologist, Bureau of Public
       Health, Wisconsin Division of Health (1991-1997); Chronic Disease Epidemiologist,
       Environmental and Chronic Disease Epidemiology Section, Bureau of Community Health and
       Prevention, Wisconsin Division of Health, Madison, Wisconsin (1988-1991).
   Adjunct Associate Professor, Dept of Family and Community Medicine, Medical College of
       Wisconsin, 1995-2000. Adjunct Assoc. Professor of Medicine (Cancer & Blood Dis.), 1993-1995.
   Clinical Assistant Professor of Community Health, Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta,
       Georgia (1987-1988). Community Medicine Course, Emory University School of Medicine,
       Atlanta, Georgia (1987-1988).
   Medical Epidemiologist, Division of Nutrition, Center for Health Promotion and Education, Centers
       for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia (1984-1988).
   Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer, Michigan Department of Public Health, Lansing, Michigan,
       assigned by the Division of Field Services, Centers for Disease Control (1982-83).
   Research Assistant, Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
       (1974-1976).

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE
  US Department of Health and Human Services. Member, Federal Advisory Committee for Health
     People 2020 (2008-present).
  University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Medical Education and Research
     Executive Committee (MERC) member (2006-present); Medical Alumni Quarterly Editorial
     Board member (2001-present).
  Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the College Board: Young Epidemiology Scholars (YES)
     Judge (2004-present)


PAST PROFESSIONAL/COMMUNITY SERVICE
   American Cancer Society, Midwest Division; Board of Directors member (2006-2009); Council
      Member (1998-2002).
   Centers for Disease Control. Chair, Expert Advisory Committee for Health Related Quality of Life
      Surveillance (2008); Member, Advisory Committee for Mental Health Surveillance (2008).
   Council on Linkages (2007-2009): Member, representing the National Network of Public Health
      Institutes
   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; National Advisory Group for Public Health Practice-Based
      Networks (2007-2009).
   University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Oversight and Advisory
      Committee (2000-2005); Center for Demography and Ecology Steering Committee and Training
      Program Committee member (1998-2009).
   Wisconsin Cancer Council, member (1990-2009); Executive Committee member (1995-2002); Chair
      (2000-2002); Vice-chairperson (1997-2000).
   Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Tobacco Advisory Committee, chair (2003-
      2008).
   Wisconsin Medical Society. Health of the Public Council (Chair, 2006-2009, member 2000-present.


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GRANT/TECHNICAL REVIEW COMMITTEES

   Centers for Disease Control.
       Youth Tobacco Survey and School Policy Tracking Advisory Group (1998)
       Injury Research Grant Review Committee (1996)
       Prevention Center Program Special Emphasis Panel (1995)
       Cytology Laboratory Closures Working Group (1995)
       Committee for the Development of Program Performance Indicators (1994)
       Evaluation of Breast Cancer Problems: A Primer for Primary Care Providers (1993)
       Planning Group for National Public Health Surveillance (1993)
       Program Committee for the National Chronic Disease Conferences (1990-1993)
       National Nutritional Surveillance Planning Committee (1990)
       Prevention Center Grant Program Review Committee (1990)
       Surgeon Generals Report on Tobacco and Health (1993-96)

   National Institute of Health
       ASSIST Coordinating Center Review Committee (1990)
       Cancer Prevention for Low Income Multiethnic Populations Review Committee (1997)
       NIH Community Prevention and Control Study Section member (1998)
       NCI Cancer Center Study Section (2002)

   Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
       National Advisory Committee for Tobacco Policy and Research (1993-1994)

    Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research
       Career Investigator review (2005)


CURRENT GRANT SUPPORT

Mobilizing Action Toward Community Health (MATCH)
(Co-Principal Investigator, 25% effort)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation              1/1/09-12/31/11                 $4.9 million (annual direct)
This is a grant to evaluate strategies to using county health rankings to mobilize community health
improvement efforts.

Improving Community Health in Wisconsin Under-Served Communities (CATCH)
(Principal Investigator, 10% effort)
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation            12/1/07-11/30/09                 $100,000 (annual direct)
This is a peer-reviewed grant to evaluate a community intervention trial using county health report cards to
catalyze community health improvement efforts.


Comprehensive Cancer Center Support
(Co-Investigator, 5% effort)
2 P30 CA14520 NIH/NCI Wilding (PI) 4/1/07-3/31/12 $3,000,000 (annual direct)
Provides key faculty salaries to the University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr.
Remington serves as Assoc. Director for Population Studies and Director of the Survey Research Shared
Service.




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RECENT GRANT SUPPORT (PAST 3 YEARS)

Wisconsin Tobacco Control Monitoring & Evaluation Program
(Principal Investigator, 10% effort)
WI Tobacco Control Board        7/1/08-6/30/09                              $500,000 (annual direct)
The purpose is to determine whether the state is achieving its goals to reduce tobacco use in Wisconsin.

Cancer Information Service
(Principal Investigator, 10% effort)
NO2-CO-81000: NIH/NCI                   10/15/04-6/30/09                  $853,741 (annual direct)
Provide cancer information service and outreach program.

Diabetes Surveillance and Evaluation
(Principal Investigator, 1% effort)
Wisconsin Division of Public Health                        7/1/08-6/30/09          $35,000/year
To assist the state program in the conduct of diabetes surveillance and evaluation

American Indian/Alaska Native Initiative on Cancer
(Principal Investigator, 2% effort)
U01 CA86098 NIH (via the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Kaur PI) 4/1/05-3/31/09           $115,370 (annual
direct). The goal is to increase community awareness about cancer by providing training in cancer control
research for American Indian researchers.

Breast Cancer in situ: Recurrence and Quality of Life (Co-Investigator, 2.5% effort)
R01 CA67264-05 NIH/NCI Trentham-Dietz (PI)                  03/27/02-02/28/06     $250,000 (annual direct)
The goal of this study is to extend our case-control study of BCIS to examine how recurrence and quality
of life in BCIS survivors is associated with modifiable lifestyle factors.


TEACHING/MENTORING

Course Director:
   Principles and Practice of Public Health (PHS 780 / 3 credits): Summer 2002, Fall 2004-present.
   Communicating Public Health Information Effectively (PHS 650 / 1 credit). Summer 2007-present.
   MPH Summer Field and Culminating Experience (PHS 650 / 8 credits): Summer 2007-2008.
   Monitoring Population Health (PHS 803 / 3 credits): 1998-2008.
   Physicians in Public Health (PHS 650 / 1 credit): Spring 2002/2004
   Introduction to Epidemiology for Medical Managers (PM 797A / 3 credits): 1998-2001
   Population Health Graduate Program Seminar (PM 650 /1 credit): Spring 2000
   Chronic Disease Epidemiology (PM 802 / 3 credits): 1990-1997

Lecturer:
   Nursing 105 (Undergraduate students-Reivitz): 2002-present
   Health Management and Policy (Oliver): 2005-present.
   Biologic basis of population health (PHS 650 Olson): (2 lectures, 2002-present).
   Patient, Doctor, and Society (Med students Seibert).
   Determinants of Health (2004-present).
   Air Pollution (Env Tox 308-Kanarek): 2002-present.
   Physicians as Health Activists (Patterson): 2001-present.
   Introduction to Epidemiology (PHS 797-Trentham-Dietz): 1997-present.

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   Determinants of Population Health (PHS 795-Kindig): 2000-2004.
   Management of Health Problems in Ambulatory Settings (Nursing N715A-Riesch): 1996-present.
   People, Chemicals, and the Environment (PHS 305-Kanarek): 1999-present.
   Pathologic Basis of Disease (Pathology 402/404-Gilchrist): 1998-present.
   Interdepartmental Seminar on Prevention and Intervention (Nursing 775-Riesch): 2001-present.
   Neoplasia (2nd year medical students): 1999-present
   Genetics and Population Health (Genetics 770-Becker): 2000-present
   LOCUS: Public health (Haq): 2002-2003).

Student Mentoring (Current):
   MS Thesis Chair (Population Health): M. Boeke (2005-2007); P. Vila (2005-2007); K Stolzman
       (2004-2006); C. Schuman (2004-2006); D. Zank (2004-2006); M. Landis (2004-2005); D. Byrd
       (2004-2005); Sabina Agrawal (2005-2007); Timothy Waasenaar (2005-2007).
   MS Thesis Committee Member:
   PhD Thesis Committee Chair: Indiana Strombom (2000-2006); Angela Kempf (2004-present); Jessica
       Athens (2006-present).
   PhD Committee Member: X. Kuang (Mass Communications) (2004-2006); Kerada Krainuwat
       (Nursing) (2005-2006); Elizabeth Kaiser (Nursing) (2006-).
   Fellowship: Lori Severtson (Public Health mentor, National Library of Medicine Postdoc Fellowship
       through UW-Madison's Computation and Informatics in Biology and Medicine program)

Faculty Mentoring Committees (Current):
   Ana Martinez-Donate (Population Health Sciences) (Chair)
   Adnan Said (Medicine-Gastroenterology) (Chair)
   Tara Breslin, MD, MS (Surgery)
   Lisa Colbert, PhD (Kinesiology)
   Hal Skinner (Population Health Sciences)
   Amy Trentham-Dietz (Population Health Sciences)

EDITORIAL BOARDS
     Editorial Board Member, The Morbidity Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) (2006-present)
     Senior Editor, Tobacco Control, British Medical Journal (2002-2006)
     Editorial Board Member, The Oncologist (2000-2006)
     Editorial Board Member, Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and
             Policy (2002-present)
     Editorial Board Member, Wisconsin Medical Alumni Quarterly (2001-present).

REVIEWER
     American Journal of Preventive Medicine
     Journal of the American Medical Association
     Preventive Medicine
     Public Health Reports
     Tobacco Control
     Journal of Public Health Management and Practice

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
    American Public Health Association; 1982-present.
    Wisconsin State Medical Society, 1989-present.
    Wisconsin Public Health Association, 1990-present.




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LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
    Medical Doctor (#29384), Wisconsin, 1988-present.
    Board Certified, Public Health and General Preventive Medicine, 1987.
    Medical Doctor (#045011), Michigan, 1982-84.
    National Board of Medical Examiners, 1981.

HONORS AND AWARDS
  Wisconsin Public Health Association, Public Health Researcher of the Year, 2007
  Lynn R. Smith Award for Outstanding Leadership in Tobacco Control, Am. Cancer Society, 2006
  Dean’s Teaching Award, UW Medical School, 2003
  Centers for Disease Control Service Award, Outstanding Scientific Contributions to Public Health
      Award, for the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2001
  Lynn R. Smith Award for Excellence in Tobacco Control, American Cancer Society, 2001
  State Medical Society of Wisconsin 2000 Meritorious Service Award
  Wisconsin Public Health Association, Barbara Lange Health Education Award, 1996
  Exceptional Performance Award, Wisc. Division Health, Breast and Cervical Cancer Control, 1994.
  Basic Prevention Award, Wisconsin Public Health Association, 1992.
  Exceptional Performance Award, Wisconsin Division of Health, 1989,90,91.
  United States Public Health Service Commissioned Officer Award, 1988.
  Sigma Xi Honorary Scientific Society, 1987.
  Delta Omega Honorary Public Health Society, 1986.
  Centers for Disease Control Group Award, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveys, 1985.
  Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Society, Drs. Joseph Dean Award and Scholarship, 1981.
  Phi Beta Kappa, Honors Program graduate in molecular biology, 1976.
  Society of Mace, Trewartha Honors Undergraduate research scholarship, 1975.
  Phi Kappa Phi, Sophomore Honors, 1974.
  Phi Eta Sigma Freshman Honor Society, 1973.


PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (* = student/trainee)

1. Brock TD, Remington P*, Doemel WA. Photochemical activity of single blue-green algal cells
       recorded by the use of nuclear track emulsion. Photosynthetica 1975;9:331-332.
2. Remington PL*, Vergeront JM, Stoebig JF, Davis JP. Sporotrichosis in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1983
       Mar;82(3):25-7.
3. Deshmukh DR, Remington PL. Ornithine carbamyl transferase in Reye's Syndrome. Biochem Med
       1984 Dec;32(3):337-40.
4. Remington PL, Hall WN, Davis IH, Herald A, Gunn RA. Airborne transmission of measles in a
       physician's office. JAMA 1985 Mar 15;253(11):1574-7.
5. Remington PL, Forman MR, Gentry EM, Marks JS, Hogelin GC, Trowbridge FL. Current smoking
       trends in the United States: The 1981-1983 behavioral risk factor surveys. JAMA 1985 May
       24-31;253(20):2975-8.
6. Nieburg P, Marks JS, McClaren NM, Remington, PL. The fetal tobacco syndrome. JAMA 1985 May
       24-31;253(20):2998-9.
7. Remington PL, Shope T, Andrew J. A Recommended approach to the evaluation of human rabies
       exposure in an acute-care hospital. JAMA 1985 Jul 5;254(1):67-9.
8. Remington PL, Shabino CL, McGee H, Preston G, Sarniak AP, Hall WN. Reye syndrome and
       juvenile rheumatoid arthritis in Michigan. Am J Dis Child 1985 Sep;139(9):870-2.
 9. Remington PL, Rowley D, McGee H, Hall WN, Monto AS. Decreasing trends in Reye syndrome and
       aspirin use in Michigan, 1979 to 1984. Pediatrics 1986 Jan;77(1):93-8.



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10. Bradstock MK, Serdula MK, Barnard RJ, Crane NT, Remington PL, Trowbridge FL. Evaluation of
        reactions to food additives: The aspartame experience. Am J Clin Nutr 1986 Mar;43(3):464-9.
11. Goldbaum GM, Remington P, Powell KE, Hogelin GC, Gentry EM. Failure to use seat belts in the
        United States. The 1981-1983 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveys. JAMA 1986 May
        9;255(18):2459-62.
12. Serdula MK, Marks JS, Remington PL, Ibara CM, White MC. Premarital rubella screening program:
        from identification to vaccination of susceptible women in the state of Hawaii. Public Health Rep
        1986 May-Jun;101(3):329-33.
13. Anda RF, Remington PL, Sienko DG, Davis RM. Are physicians advising smokers to quit? The
        patient's perspective. JAMA 1987 Apr 10;257(14):1916-9.
14. Parker DL, Shultz JM, Gertz L, Berkleman R, Remington PL. The social and economic costs of
        alcohol abuse in Minnesota, 1983. Am J Public Health 1987 Aug;77(8):982-6.
15. Anda RF, Remington PL, Dodson DL, DeGuire PJ, Forman MR, Gunn RA. Patterns of self-reported
        drinking and driving in Michigan. Am J Prev Med 1987 Sep-Oct;3(5):271-5.
16. Williamson DF, Forman MR, Binkin, NJ, Gentry EM, Remington PL, Trowbridge FL. Alcohol and
        body weight in United States adults. Am J Public Health 1987 Oct;77(10):1324-30.
17. Remington PL, Smith MY, Williamson DF, Anda RF, Gentry EM, Hogelin GC. Design,
        characteristics, and usefulness of state-based risk factor surveillance 1981-1986. Public Health
        Rep 1988 Jul-Aug;103(4):366-75.
18. Novotny TE, Warner KE, Kendrick JS, Remington PL. Smoking by blacks and whites: socioeconomic
        and demographic differences. Am J Public Health 1988 Sep;78(9):1187-9.
19. Sienko DG, Anda RF, McGee HB, Weber JA, Remington PL, Hall WN, Gunn RA. Hepatitis B
        vaccination programs for hospital workers: results of a statewide survey. Am J Infect Control
        1988 Oct;16(5):193-7.
20. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Remington PL. Alcohol and fatal injuries among US adults: Findings
        from the NHANES I Epidemiologic Follow-up Study. JAMA 1988 Nov 4;260(17):2529-32.
21. Escobedo LG, Remington PL. Birth cohort analysis of prevalence of cigarette smoking among
        Hispanics in the United States. JAMA 1989 Jan 6;261(1):66-9.
22. Joesoef MR; Remington PL; Jiptoherijanto PT. Epidemiological model and cost-effectiveness analysis
        of tuberculosis treatment programmes in Indonesia. Int J Epidemiol 1989 Mar;18(1):174-9.
23. Escobedo L, Remington PL, Anda RF. Long-term age-specific prevalence of cigarette smoking among
        Hispanics in the United States. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs 1989 Jul-Sep;21(3):307-18.
24. Sempos C, Fulwood R, Haines C, Carroll M, Anda RF, Williamson DF, Remington PL, Cleeman J.
        Prevalence of high blood cholesterol in adults. Application of the national cholesterol education
        program's adult treatment panel guidelines to data from the second national health and nutrition
        examination survey. JAMA 1989 Jul 7;262(1):45-52.
25. Anda RF, Dodson DL, Williamson DF, Remington PL. Health promotion data for state health
        departments: telephone versus in-person survey estimates of smoking and alcohol use. Am J
        Health Promotion 1989 Sep/Oct;4(1):32-6.
26. Anda RF, Remington PL, Williamson DF, Binkin NJ. Dietary and weight control practices among
        hypertensives: findings from the 1986 behavioral risk factor surveys. J Am Diet Assoc 1989
        Sep;89(9):1265-8
27. Remington PL, Novotny TE, Williamson DF, Anda RF. State-specific progress toward the 1990
        objective for the nation for cigarette smoking. Am J Public Health 1989 Oct;79(10):1416-9.
28. Smith PF, Remington PL. The epidemiology of drinking and driving: behavioral risk factor
        surveillance, 1986. Health Education Quarterly 1989 Fall;16(3):345-58
29. Escobedo L, Remington PL, Anda RF. Long-term secular trends in cigarette smoking initiation among
        Hispanics in the United States. Public Health Reports 1989 Nov-Dec;104(6):583-7.
30. Mirkin IR, Remington PL, Moss MM, Anderson H. Liver cancer in Wisconsin: the potential for
        prevention. Wis Med J 1990 Feb;89(2):49-53.



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31. Smith PF, Remington PL, Williamson DF, Anda RF. A comparison of alcohol sales data with survey
        data on self-reported alcohol use in 21 states. Am J Public Health 1990;80(3):309-312.
32. Williamson DF, Kahn HS, Remington PL, Anda RF. The 10-year incidence of overweight and major
        weight gain in United States adults. Arch Int Med 1990;150:665-672.
33. Anda RF, Sienko D, Remington PL, Gentry EM, Marks JS. Screening mammography for women 50
        years of age and older: practices and trends, 1987. American J Prev Med 1990;6(3):123-9.
34. Fiore MC, Pierce JP, Remington PL, Fiore BJ. Cigarette smoking: the clinician's role in cessation,
        prevention, and public health. Disease-a-Month 1990;35(4):183-242.
35. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Escobedo LG, Remington PL. Smoking and the risk of peptic ulcer disease
        among women in the United States. Arch Int Med 1990 Jul;150:1437-41.
36. Escobedo LG, Anda RF, Smith PF, Remington PL, Mast EE. Sociodemographic characteristics of
        cigarette smoking initiation in the United States: implications for smoking prevention policy.
        JAMA 1990 Sep;264:1550-5.
37. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Escobedo LG, Mast EE, Giovino GA, Remington PL. depression and the
        dynamics of smoking: a national perspective. JAMA 1990 Sep;264:1541-5.
38. Lantz PM, Remington PL, Newcomb PA. Mammography screening and the increased incidence of
        breast cancer in Wisconsin. JNCI 1991 Nov;83(21):1540-6.
39. Wheeler FC, Lackland DT, Mace ML, Reddick A, Hogelin G, Remington PL. Evaluating South
        Carolina’s community cardiovascular disease prevention project. Pub Hlth Rep 1991
        Sep;106(5):536-43.
40. Peterson DE, Zeger SL, Remington PL, Anderson HA. Evaluating state cigarette tax increases as
        interventions to reduce cigarette smoking: United States, 1955-1988. AJPH 1992;82:94-96.
41. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Escobedo LG, Remington PL, Mast EE, Madans JH. Self-perceived stress
        and the risk of peptic ulcer disease: a longitudinal study of U.S. adults. Arch Int Med 1992
        Apr;152:829-33.
42. Hansen K, Remington PL. The effect of alcohol consumption on body weight among Wisconsin
        adults. Wis Med J 1992 Jul;91(7).
43. Remington PL, Lantz PM. Using a state-based cancer reporting system to evaluate a breast cancer
        detection and awareness program. Ca- A Cancer Journal for Clinicians 1992 Nov;42(6):367-71.
44. Escobedo LG, Chorba TL, Remington PL, Anda RF, Sanderson L, Zaidi AA. The influence of safety
        belt laws on safety belt use in the United States. Accident Anal and Prev 1992;24(6):643-53.
45. Pezzino G, Remington PL, Anderson H, Lantz PM, Peterson DE. Impact of a smoke-free policy on
        prisoners in Wisconsin, United States. Tobacco Control 1992 Sep;1(3):180-4.
46. Peterson DE, Kanarak MS, Kuykendall MA, Diedrich JM, Anderson HA, Remington PL, Sheffy TB.
        Fish consumption patterns and blood mercury levels in Wisconsin Chippewa Indians. Archives of
        Environmental Health 1994 Jan/Feb;49(1):53-8.
47. Nordstrom DL, Remington PL, Layde PM. Utility of health maintenance organization data for chronic
        disease surveillance. Am J Pub Health 1994 Jun;84(6):995-7.
48. Pezzino G, Remington PL, Anderson H, Hanrahan LP, Peterson DE. Smoking as a contributing cause
        of death in Wisconsin, 1990. Tobacco Control 1994;3:120-123.
49. Pezzino G, Remington PL, Anderson HA, Harms L, Phillips JL, Bruskewitz R, Peterson DE. Trends
        in the surgical treatment of prostate cancer in Wisconsin, 1989-1991. JNCI 1994;86(14):1083-6.
50. Peterson DE, Remington PL, Kuykendall MA, Kanarak MS, Diedrich JM, Anderson HA. Behavioral
        risk factors of Chippewa Indians living on Wisconsin reservations. Public Health Reports 1994
        November-December;109(6):820-823.
51. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Remington PL, Marcus P. Determinants of breast cancer detection among
        Wisconsin women, 1986-1990. Cancer Causes and Control 1995;6:103-111.
52. Lantz PM, Stencil D, Lippert MT, Beversdorf S, Jaros L, Remington PL. Breast and cervical cancer
        screening in a low-income managed care sample: The efficacy of physician letters and phone calls
        AJPH 1995 June;85(6):834-836.



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53. Moss ME, Kanarek MS, Anderson HA, Hanrahan LP, Remington PL. Osteosarcoma, seasonality, and
        environmental factors in Wisconsin, 1979-1989. Archives of Environmental Health 1995
        May/June;50(3):235-241.
54. National Cancer Institute Cancer Screening Consortium for Under-Served Women. Breast and
        cervical cancer screening among under-served women: baseline survey results from six states.
        Archives of Family Medicine 1995 July;4:617-624.
55. Sainfort F, Remington PL. The disease impact assessment system (DIAS): a computerized system to
        estimate chronic disease burden and preventability in communities. Public Health Reports 1995
        Sep/Oct;110:639-644.
56. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Remington PL, Marcus PM, MacKenzie WR. Body mass and breast
        cancer: relationship between method of detection and stage of disease. Cancer 1996
        Jan;77(2):301-7.
57. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Trentham-Dietz A, Storer BE, Remington PL. Nonsteroidal anti-
        inflammatory drug use and protection against colorectal cancer in women. Cancer Epidemiology
        Biomarkers & Prevention 1996;5(12):955-60.
58. Reeves MJ, Remington PL, Nashold R, Pete J. Chronic disease mortality among Wisconsin American
        Indians, 1984-1993. Wis Med J 1997;96(2)27-32.
59. Dulli D, Remington PL, Levine RL, Brumback L. Relationship between age and mortality due to
        intracerebral versus subarachnoid hemorrhage. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease
        1997;6(6):416-420.
60. Fox J, Stahlsmith L, Remington P, Tymus T, Hargarten S. The Wisconsin Firearm Injury Surveillance
        System. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 1998;15(3S):101-112.
61. Eaker ED, Vierkant RA, Konitzer KA, Remington PL. Cervical cancer screening among women with
        and without hysterectomies. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1998;91(4):551-5.
62. Lippert MT, Eaker ED, Vierkant RA, Remington PL. Breast cancer screening and family history
        among rural women in Wisconsin. Cancer Detection and Prevention 1999;23(3):265-272.
63. Oriel KA, Hartenback EM, Remington PL. Recent trends in United States ovarian cancer mortality,
        1979-1995. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1999;93(1):30-33.
64. Aakko E. Remington P, Dixon J, Ford L. Assessing smoke-free workplaces in Wisconsin municipal
        and county government buildings, 1997. Wisconsin Medical Journal 1999;98(1):38-41.
65. Gasiorowicz M, Remington P. An ecologic study of cirrhosis mortality and alcohol consumption in
        the U.S. Wisconsin Medical Journal 1999;98(1):48-51.
66. Fox J, Remington P, Layde P, Klein G. The effect of hysterectomy on the risk of an abnormal
        screening Papanicolaou test result. Am J Obstet Gynecol 1999 May;180(5):1104-1109.
67. Reeves MJ, Remington PL. Use of patient reminder letters to promote cancer screening services in
        women: a population-based study in Wisconsin. Preventive Medicine 1999:29;202-209.
68. Cherney T, Remington PL, Park S. Breast cancer mortality continues to decline in Wisconsin.
        Wisconsin Medical Journal 1999;98(4):47-49.
69. Chaudron LH, Remington PL. Age and gender differences in suicide trends, Wisconsin and the
        United States, 1980-1994. Wis Med J 1999;98(6):35-38.
70. Asada Y, Bhagat A, Carnes M, Flath J, Harris P, Lent S, Lobner T, Nizamuddin H, Shar N, Strombom
        I, Tcheurekdjian H, Wang H, Remington P. Gender disparities in mortality trends, Wisconsin,
        1980-1995. Wis Med J 1999;98(8):44-48.
71. Russell A, Langlois T, Johnson G, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington P. Increasing gap in breast cancer
        mortality between white and black women. Wis Med J 1999;98(8):37-39.
72. Wang H, Remington PL, Kindig DA. How fast can the racial gap in life expectancy between whites
        and blacks be eliminated? Medscape 1999 Sep;1(9):1-12.
73. Kvale K, Glysch RL, Gothard M, Aakko E, Remington P. Trends in smoking during pregnancy,
        Wisconsin, 1990 to 1996. Wis Med J 2000;99(2):63-67.
74. Knight RA, Remington PL. Training internal medicine residents to screen for domestic violence.
        Journal of Womens Health & Gender-Based Medicine 2000;9(2):167-174.

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75. Quenan L, Remington P. Progress in cancer control in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 2000;99(3):38-42.
76. Quenan L, Remington P. Diabetes mortality trends in Wisconsin, 1979-1997: the increasing gap
        between whites and blacks. Wis Med J 2000;99(3):44-47.
77. Quenan L, Remington P, Gohre F, Zapp P. The Wisconsin diabetes collaborative quality improvement
        project. Wis Med J 2000;99(3):48-52.
78. Russell A, Remington P, Rumm P, Haase R. Increasing prevalence of overweight among Wisconsin
        adults, 1989-1998. Wis Med J 2000;99(3):53-55.
79. Shoff SM, Newcomb PA, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Mittendorf R, Greenberg ER, Willett
      WC. Early life physical activity and postmenopausal breast cancer: effect of body size and weight
      change. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention 2000;9:591-95.
80. Lee DS. Remington P. Madagame J, Blustein J. A cost analysis of community screening for diabetes in
      the central Wisconsin Medicare population. Wis Med J 2000;99(3):39-43.
81. Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb PA, Storer BE, Remington PL. Risk factors for carcinoma in situ of the
      breast. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, and Prevention 2000;9:697-703.
82. Eaker ED, Jaros L, Vierkant RA, Lantz P, Remington PL. Women's Health Alliance Intervention
      Study: increasing community breast and cervical cancer screening. J Public Health Manag Pract.
      2001 Sep;7(5):20-30.
83. Jaros L, Eaker ED, Remington PL. Women's Health Alliance Intervention Study: description of a
      breast and cervical cancer screening program. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2001;7(5):31-5.
84. Chaudron LH, Klein MH, Remington P, Palta M, Allen C, Essex MJ. Predictors, prodromes, and
      incidence of postpartum depression. Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics & Gynecology.
      2001(June);22(2):103-112.
85. McElroy JA, Newcomb PA, Remington PL, Egan KM, Titus-Ernstoff L, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton
      JM, Baron JA, Stampfer MJ, Willett WC. Electric blanket or mattress cover use and breast cancer
      incidence in women 50-79 years of age. Epidemiology. 2001 Nov;12(6):613-7.
86. Aakko E. Schafer E. Gyarmathy VA. Narita E. Remington P. Smoking policies in manufacturing and
      assembly workplaces, Wisconsin, 1999. Wis Med J. 2001;100(3):67-9.
87. Christiansen AL. Malmstadt J. Rumm P. Eisenberg T. Ahrens D. Remington P. Trends in self-reported
      cigarette smoking, Wisconsin, 1984-1999. Wis Med J. 2001;100(3):24-8.
88. Jehn L. Kvale K. Weisskopf M. Glysch R. Schell W. Remington P. Smoking during pregnancy in
      Wisconsin compared to the United States, 1997. Wis Med J. 2001;100(3):34-9.
89. Malmstadt JR. Nordstrom DL. Carty DC. Christiansen AL. Chudy NE. Rumm PD. Remington PL.
      Cigarette smoking in Wisconsin: the influence of race, ethnicity, and socioeconomics. Wis Med J.
      2001;100(3):29-33.
90. Malmstadt JR. Nordstrom DL. Christiansen AL. Rumm PD. Chudy NE. Remington PL. Progress in
      reducing per capita cigarette sales in Wisconsin, 1985-1999. Wis Med J. 2001;100(3):49-53.
91. Ostenso A. Remington P. Ahrens D. Lung cancer mortality report card: measuring progress in
      Wisconsin's counties, 1979-1998. Wis Med J 2001;100(3):70-4.
92. Insinga RP, Reither EN, Remington PL, Stephenson-Vine L. Trends in malignant melanoma incidence
      and mortality in Wisconsin, 1979-1997. WMJ 2001;100(6):27-31.
93. Russell A, Remington PL, Brazy P, D’Alessio D. Increasing incidence of end-stage renal disease in
      Wisconsin: Unintended consequence of increased survival? Wis Med J 2001;100(6):35-38.
94. Harris P, Remington P, Trentham-Dietz A, Allen C, Newcomb P. Prevalence and treatment of
      menopausal symptoms among breast cancer survivors. Journal of Pain Symptom Management
      2002;23(6):501-9.
95. McElroy JA, Newcomb PA, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, Kanarek MS, Remington PL.
      Endometrial cancer incidence in relation to electric blanket use, American Journal of Epidemiology
      2002;156(3):262-7.
96. Andersen L, Remington PL, Trentham-Dietz A, Reeves M. Assessing a decade of progress in cancer
      control. The Oncologist 2002;7(3):200-204.



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97. McElroy JA, Remington PL Trentham-Dietz A, Robert SA, Newcomb PA. Geocoding Addresses from
      a Large Population-based Study: Lessons Learned. Epidemiology. 14(4):399-407, July 2003.
98. Remington PL, Simoes E, Brownson RC, Siegel PZ. The Role of Epidemiology in Chronic Disease
      Prevention and Health Promotion Programs. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice.
      9(4):258-265, July 2003.
99. Lengerich EJ, Siedlecki JC, Brownson R, Aldrich TE, Hedberg K, Remington PL, Siegel PZ,
      Mentorship and Competencies for Applied Chronic Disease Epidemiology. Journal of Public Health
      Management & Practice. 9(4):275-283, July 2003.
100. Frey CA, Remington PL, Lengerich E. Evaluation of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's
      Chronic Disease State-Based Epidemiology for Public Health Program Support (STEPPS) Program.
      Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. 9(4):266-274, July 2003.
101. Newburn VH, Remington PL, Peppard PE. A method to guide community planning and evaluation
      efforts in tobacco control using data on smoking during pregnancy. Tobacco Control. 12(2):161-167,
      June 2003.
102. Marbella AM, Riemer A, Remington P, Guse CE, Layde PM. Wisconsin physicians advising smokers
      to quit: results from the Current Population Survey, 1998-1999 and Behavioral Risk Factor
      Surveillance System, 2000. WMJ. 2003; 102(5): 41-5.
103. McElroy JA, Kanarek MS, Trentham-Dietz A, Robert SA, Hampton JM, Newcomb PA, Anderson
      HA, Remington PL. Potential Exposure to PCBs, DDT, and PBDEs from Sport-Caught Fish
      Consumption in Relation to Breast Cancer Risk in Wisconsin. Environmental Health Perspectives
      2003; doi: 10.1289/ehp.6506.
104. Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Moinpour CM, Hampton JM, Sapp A, Newcomb PA. Health-
      Related Quality of Life in Female Long-term Colorectal Cancer Survivors.
      The Oncologist 2003;8(4):342-9.
105. Sapp AL, Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb PA, Hampton JM, Moinpour CM, Remington PL. Social
      networks and quality of life among female long-term colorectal cancer survivors. Cancer 2003 Oct
      15; 98(8):1749-58.
106. Whitfield J, Jehn L, Kvale K, Grotsky J, Remington P, Jones M. Forward for women's health: the
      state of women's health in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Med Journal 2003;102(3):22-8.
107. Dranger E, Peppard P, Remington PL. Progress in reducing mortality among Wisconsin residents,
      1980-2000: rates decline but black:white disparities increase. Wisconsin Medical Journal
      2003;102(8):22-26.
108. Andersen LD*, Remington PL, Trentham-Dietz A, Robert S. Community trends in the early detection
      of breast cancer in Wisconsin, 1980-1998. Am J Prev Med 2004 (Jan);26(1):51-5.
109. Robert SA, Strombom I*, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, McElroy JA*, Newcomb PA, Remington
      PL. Socioeconomic risk factors for breast cancer: distinguishing individual- and community-level
      effects. Epidemiology 2004(Jul);15(4):442-50.
110. Erickson JL*, Remington PL, Peppard PE. Trends in bariatric surgery for morbid obesity in
      Wisconsin. WMJ 2004;103(2):32-7.
111. Guse CE, Marbella AM, Layde PM, Christiansen A, Remington P. Clean indoor air policies in
      Wisconsin workplaces. WMJ 2004;103(4):27-31.
112. McElroy JA*, Kanarek MS, Trentham-Dietz A, Robert SA, Hampton JM, Newcomb PA, Anderson
      HA, Remington PL. Potential exposure to PCBs, DDT, and PBDEs from sport-caught fish
      consumption in relation to breast cancer risk in Wisconsin. Environ Health Perspect
      2004(Feb);112(2):156-62.
113. Peppard PE, Kindig D, Jovaag A*, Dranger E*, Remington PL. An initial attempt at ranking
      population health outcomes and determinants. WMJ 2004;103(3):52-6.
114. Said A*, Williams J, Holden J, Remington P, Gangnon R, Musat A, Lucey MR. Model for end stage
      liver disease score predicts mortality across a broad spectrum of liver disease. J Hepatol
      2004(Jun);40(6):897-903.



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115. Said A*, Williams J, Holden J, Remington P, Musat A, Lucey MR. The prevalence of alcohol
      induced liver disease and hepatitis C and their interaction in a tertiary care setting. Clin
      Gastroenterol Hepatol 2004(Oct);2(10):928-34.
116. Ahrens D, Uebelher P, Remington PL. Community and organizational characteristics of smoke free
      ordinance campaigns: a 15-city community evaluation. Preventing Chronic Diseases 2005;2(3):1-9.
117. Fox S*, Meinen A, Pesik M, Landis M, Remington PL. Competitive food initiatives in schools and
      overweight in children: a review of the evidence. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2005;104(5):38-43.
118. Schumann C*, Remington PL. Using local data to monitor obesity rates in Wisconsin counties, 1994-
      2003. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2005;104(5):20-25.
119. McCauley L*, Kempf A, Morgan J, Katcher ML, Remington PL. Overweight among High School
      Children: Where Wisconsin Ranks. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2005;104(5):26-31.
120. Eisenberg T*, Glysch R, Remington PL, Katcher ML. Youth suicide in Wisconsin: mortality,
      hospitalizations, and risk factors. Wis Med J 2005 September;104(7):54-58.
121. Berry DA, Cronin KA, Plevritis SK, Fryback DG, Clarke L, Zelen M, Mandelblatt JS, Yakovlev AY,
      Habbema JDF, Feuer EJ for the Cancer Intervention and Surveillance Modeling Network (CISNET)
      Collaborators. Effect of Screening and Adjuvant Therapy on Mortality from Breast Cancer. New
      England Journal of Medicine 2005; 353(17):1784-1792.
122. Edwards NM*. Umland M. Ahrens D. Remington P. The silent epidemic among Wisconsin women:
      chronic obstructive pulmonary disease trends, 1980-2000. [Journal Article] WMJ. 104(4):50-4, 2005
      May.
123. Mehrotra C*. Remington PL. Naimi TS. Washington W. Miller R. Trends in total knee replacement
      surgeries and implications for public health, 1990-2000. [Journal Article] Public Health Reports.
      120(3):278-82, 2005 May-Jun.
124. Siomos EE*. Newsom RS. Camponeschi J. Remington PL. A statewide collaboration to monitor
      diabetes quality improvement among Wisconsin health plans. [Journal Article] American Journal of
      Managed Care. 11(5):332-6, 2005 May.
125. Ashby SL*, Remington PL, Katcher ML. Births to teens in Wisconsin: Targeting high-risk
      populations. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2005 September;104(7):37-40.
126. Stolzmann KL*, Camponeschi JL, Remington PL. The increasing incidence of end-stage renal
      disease in Wisconsin from 1982-2003: an analysis by age, race, and primary diagnosis. WMJ. 2005
      Nov;104(8):66-71.
127. Trentham-Dietz A, Nichols HB, Remington PL, et. al. Correlates of age at menarche among sixth
      grade students in Wisconsin. WMJ. 2005 Sep;104(7):65-9.
128. McElroy JA*, Remington PL, Gangnon RE, Hariharan L, Andersen LD. Identifying geographic
      disparities in the early detection of breast cancer using a geographic information system. Prev
      Chronic Dis. 2006 Jan;3(1):A10.
129. Bandi P*, Remington PL, Moberg DP. Progress in Reducing Cigarette Consumption – The
      Wisconsin Tobacco Control Program, 2001-2003. Wis Med J 2006 Jul;105(5):45-9.
130. Monteon ML*, Arcari CM, Remington PL, Kanarek MS, Oemig TV. Tuberculosis: Treatment
      Improvement and Documentation of Completion of Treatment in Reported Active Cases, Wisconsin
      2000-2002. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2006 May-Jun;12(3):254-61.
131. Reither EN*, Peppard PE, Remington P, Kindig D. Increasing Educational Disparities in Premature
      Mortality, Wisconsin, 1990-2000. Wis Med J 2006 Oct;105(7):38-41.
132. Callcut RA*, Kaufman S, Stone-Newsom R, Remington P, Mahvi D. Gender disparities in colorectal
      cancer screening: true or false? J Gastrointest Surg. 2006 Dec;10(10):1409-17.
133. McLean A*, LeMay W, Vila P*, Wegner M, Remington P. Disparities in oral and pharyngeal cancer
      incidence and mortality among Wisconsin residents, 1999-2002. WMJ. 2006 Sep;105(6):32-5.
134. Fryback DG, Stout NK*, Rosenberg MA, Trentham-Dietz A, Kuruchittham V*, Remington PL. The
      Wisconsin Breast Cancer Epidemiology Simulation Model. J Natl Cancer Inst Monogr.
      2006;(36):37-47.



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135. Treml KB*, McElroy JA, Kaufman SK, Remington PL, Wegner MV. Updating progress in cancer
      control in Wisconsin. WMJ. 2006 Jun;105(4):38-43.
136. Nichols HB, Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb PA, Yanke L, Remington PL, Love RR. What causes
      cancer? Reports from sixth-grade girls. J Cancer Educ. 2006 Fall;21(3):142-6.
137. McElroy JA*, Gangnon RE, Newcomb PA, Kanarek ME, Anderson HA, Vanden Brook J, Trentham-
      Dietz A, Remington PL. Risk of Breast Cancer for Women Living in Rural Areas and Adult
      Exposure to Atrazine from Well Water in Wisconsin. Journal of Exposure Science and
      Environmental Epidemiology 2007 Mar;17(2):207-14.
138. Byrd D*, Katcher ML, Remington PL, Durkin M, Peppard P. Infant mortality: Explaining
      black:white disparities in Wisconsin. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2007 July;11(4):319-26.
139. Kempf AM*, Remington PL. New Challenges for Telephone Survey Research in the Twenty-First
      Century. Annu Rev Public Health. 2007 April;28:113-126.
140. Stolzmann KL*, Bautista LE, Gangnon RE, McElroy JA, Becker BN, Remington PL. Trends in
      kidney transplantation rates and disparities. J Natl Med Assoc. 2007 Aug;99(8):923-32.
141. Landis MJ*, Peppard PP, Remington PL. Characteristics of school-sanctioned sports: participation
      and attrition in Wisconsin public high schools. WMJ. 2007 Sep;106(6):312-8.
142. Vila PM*, Swain GR, Baumgardner DJ, Halsmer SE, Remington PL, Cisler RA. Health disparities in
      Milwaukee by socioeconomic status. WMJ. 2007 Oct;106(7):366-72.
143. Vila PM*, Booske BC, Wegner MV, Remington PL. Preventable causes of death in Wisconsin, 2004.
      WMJ. 2007 Oct;106(7):373-9.
144. Olsen CW, Remington PL. The dual DVM/MPH degree at the University of Wisconsin--Madison: a
      uniquely interdisciplinary collaboration. J Vet Med Educ. 2008 Summer;35(2):177-81.
145. Athens J*, Bekkedal M, Malecki K, Anderson H, Remington PL. Measuring the environmental health
      of Wisconsin's counties. WMJ. 2008 Jul;107(4):169-75.
146. Boeke MC*, Zahner SJ, Booske BC, Remington PL. Local public health department funding: trends
      over time and relationship to health outcomes. WMJ. 2008 Feb;107(1):25-32.
147. Peppard PE, Kindig DA, Dranger E*, Jovaag A*, Remington PL. Ranking community health status to
      stimulate discussion of local public health issues: the Wisconsin County Health Rankings. Am J
      Public Health. 2008 Feb;98(2):209-12.
148. Rohan AM*, Booske BC, Remington PL. Using the Wisconsin County Health Rankings to catalyze
      community health improvement. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2009 Jan-Feb;15(1):24-32.
149.



OTHER PUBLICATIONS (LETTERS, NON-PEER REVIEWED REPORTS)

1. Remington PJ. Anaerobic Chitin Degradation. Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for
    an Honors Degree in Molecular Biology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1976.
2. Remington PL, Vergeront JM, Davis JP. Sporotrichosis associated with Wisconsin sphagnum moss.
    MMWR 1982;31:542-544.
3. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Human rabies - Michigan. MMWR 1983;32:159-160.
4. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Imported measles with subsequent airborne transmission in
    a pediatrician's office - Michigan. MMWR 1983;32:401-403.
5. Goldbaum G, Remington P, Powell K, Williams N. A smoke-free society by the year 2000--A
    practical pursuit? Health Education Focal Points. 1985;2:1-4.
6. Remington PL, Andrews J, Shope T. Human rabies transmission [response to a letter]. JAMA
    1985;255:321.
7. Remington P. Young women smokers: Major risk group for the 1990's. Health Education Focal
    Points. 1985;2:11-12.



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8. Anda RF, Remington PL, Williamson DF. A sobering perspective on a lower blood alcohol limit
      [letter]. JAMA 1986 Dec 19;256(23):3213.
9. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Drinking and driving and binge drinking in selected states,
      1982 and 1985. MMWR 1987;35:788-791.
10. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance--selected states, 1986.
       MMWR 1987 May;36:252-254.
11. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Premature mortality due to cerebrovascular disease - United
      States, 1983. MMWR 1987 May;36:316-317.
12. Remington PL, Hogelin GC, Gentry EM. The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System - 1987.
      Perspectives in Prevention 1987 (Summer);34-36.
13. Anda RF, Remington PL, Sienko DG, Davis RM. Are physicians advising smokers to quit? The
      patient's perspective [response to letters]. JAMA 1987 Jul;258:472-473.
14. Sienko DG, Anda RF, McGee HB, Remington PL. Reye's syndrome in Michigan: An endangered
      syndrome [letter]. JAMA 1987;258:3119.
15. Remington PL, Anda RF, Marks JS. Cardiovascular risk factors and the adolescent [letter]. JAMA
      1988;259:44-45.
16. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Cholesterol awareness in selected states--behavioral risk
      factor surveillance, 1987. MMWR 1988;37:245-8.
17. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). State- and sex-specific premature mortality due to ischemic
      heart disease--1985. MMWR 1988;37:313-14, 320-323.
18. Remington PL, Sullivan K, Marks JS. A catch in "a catch in the Reye" [letter]. Pediatrics 1988
      Oct;82(4):676-8
19. Sullivan KM; Remington PL; Hurwitz ES; Halpin TJ. Reye's syndrome among patients with juvenile
      rheumatoid arthritis [letter]. JAMA 1988 Dec 16;260(23):3434-5.
20. Moss ME, Remington PL. Chronic disease software programs. The Epidemiology Monitor.
      1989;10:5-6.
21. Remington PL, Moss ME. Chronic disease mortality and risk factors in Wisconsin, 1986. Wis Med J
      1989 Apr;88(4):25,29-30.
22. Remington PL. Progress in the early detection of breast cancer in Wisconsin, 1980-1987. Wis Med J
      1989 May;88(5):32,34.
23. Remington PL, Fiore M. Trends in lung cancer mortality in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1989
      June;88(6):34,36,38.
24. Remington PL, Lantz P. Mammography guidelines and practices in Wisconsin, 1987-1988. Wis Med
      J September;88(9):38,40,42.
25. Moberg DP, Remington PL, Anderson D, Peterson C, Anderson H, Boss L. Informing State
      Legislators About Cancer Control in Wisconsin. Chronic Disease Notes and Reports 1989
      Sep;2(2):11-12.
26. Remington P, Lantz P. Routine Checkups among Wisconsin Adults, 1987-1988. Wis Med J 1989
      Oct;88(10):38,40,42.
27. Peterson DE, Remington P. Publicity, policy, and trends in cigarette smoking: Wisconsin 1950-1988.
       Wis Med J 1989 Nov;88(11):40,42.
28. Remington PL, Anderson HA. Trends in cigarette smoking--Wisconsin, 1950-1988. MMWR 1989
      Nov;38(44):752-4.
29. Remington P, Lantz P, Phillips JL. Cervical cancer deaths among older women: implications for
      prevention. Wis Med J 1990 Jan;89(1):30,32-4.
30. Remington P, Huber M. Wisconsin's clean indoor air law. Wis Med J 1990 Feb; 89(2): 61,62,64.
31. Anderson HA, Remington PL, Hanrahan LP, Haskins LK. Surveillance of environmental disease: the
      Wisconsin initiative. Wis Med J 1990 Mar;89(3):120,122,124.
32. Akgulian NA, Moss ME, Remington PL, Anderson HA, Schultz JM. Alcohol-related disease impact--
      Wisconsin, 1988. MMWR 1990 Mar;39(11):178-183.
33. Remington P, Lantz P. Obesity in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1990 Apr;89(4):172,174,176.

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34. Peterson DE, Akgulian NA, Remington PL. Alcohol-related disease impact in Wisconsin, 1988. Wis
      Med J 1990 May;89(5):232-4,236.
35. Lantz P, Bunge M, Remington PL. Trends in Mammography in Wisconsin, 1980-1989. Wis Med J
      1990 June;89(6):281-2.
36. Remington PL, Soref M. Cigarette smoking trends in Wisconsin: 1984-1989. Wis Med J 1990
      July;89(7):419-21.
37. Bunge M, Zvara JA, Remington PL. The Wisconsin mammography quality assurance program. Wis
      Med J 1990 Sep;89(9):527-8.
38. Escobedo LG, Remington PL. The role of physicians to stamp out smoking (letter) JAMA
      Mar;265(10):1256.
39. Lantz PM, Remington PL, Soref M. Self-reported barriers to mammography: implications for
      physicians. Wis Med J 1990 Oct;89(10):602,605-6.
40. Moss ME, Remington PL, Peterson DE. The costs of smoking in Wisconsin: a silent epidemic. Wis
      Med J 1990 Nov;89(11):646,648,651.
41. Remington PL, Anderson DE, Manering MC, Peterson EA, Anderson H. The PRECEDES project:
      background and methods. Wis Med J 1990 Dec;89(12):695-6.
42. Remington P, Anderson H, Hanrahan L, Haskins L. Risk factors for lung cancer: a pilot study in five
      counties. Wis Med J 1991 Mar;90(3):122,124.
43. Soref M, Remington PL, Anderson D. Smoking and education in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1991
      Apr;90(4):176-7.
44. Zvara JA, Anderson DE, Remington PL, Anderson H. Data-based cancer control programs: a public
      health response. Wis Med J 1991 May;90(5):235-6.
45. Beyers RL, Lantz PM, Remington PL, Phillips JL. Malignant melanoma: trends in Wisconsin, 1980-
      1989. Wis Med J 1991 Jun;90(6):305,307.
46. Lantz PM, Remington PL. Breast cancer in Wisconsin: assessing the potential for primary prevention.
       Wis Med J 1991 Sep;90(9):538-9.
47. Latton SK, Remington PL, Lantz PM, Zvara JA, Anderson HA. High-yield, low-cost campaign
      reaches 1.8 million Wisconsinites. Chronic Disease Notes and Reports 1991
      Summer/Fall;4(2/3):16-18.
48. Lantz PM, Remington PL, Cautley E. Identifying women who have never had a mammogram. Wis
      Med J Oct;90(10):591-2.
49. Remington PL, Greenlaw R. ASSIST Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1991 Nov;90(11):635-6.
50. Escobedo LG, Chorba TL, Remington PL, Anda RF, Sanderson L, Zaidi AA. State laws and the use
      of car safety restraints [letter]. NEJM 1991 Nov;325(22):1586-7.
51. Remington PL, Cautley E. Childhood exposure to environmental tobacco smoke. Wis Med J 1991
      Dec;90(12):640-1.
52. Brownson R, Taylor J, Bright F, Momrow D, Moon R, Stoodt G, Remington P, et. al. Resources and
      priorities in chronic disease prevention and control--United States, 1990. MMWR 1991
      Oct;40(41):690-3.
53. Lantz P, Zvara J, Remington P. A candid evaluation of a breast cancer information resource guide.
      Cancer Control for Public Health: Research Reports, February 1992.
54. Peterson D, Remington PL, Anderson H. Vasectomy and prostate cancer (letter). Am J Epid
      1992;135:324-5.
55. Raemisch RF, Listug DL, Norwick JM, Black J, Loveland R, Krause H, Anderson HA, Remington P.
      Cigarette smoking bans in county jails--Wisconsin, 1991. MMWR 1992 Feb;41(6):101-3.
56. Wetter DW, Remington PL, Pezzino G. The smoking continuum in Wisconsin, 1990. Wis Med J
      1992 Apr;91(4):121,123.
57. Smith W, Anderson T, Anderson HA, Remington PL, Nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide
      intoxication in an indoor ice arena. MMWR 1992 May;41(21):383-5.
58. Sleath B, Remington P. Increasing incidence of end stage renal disease in Wisconsin: 1982-1990.
      Wis Med J 1992 Jul;91(6):303-4.

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59. Jochimsen EM, Remington P, Phillips JL. Increasing incidence of prostate cancer in Wisconsin. Wis
      Med J 1992 Sep;91(9):537-8.
60. Lantz PM, Remington PL, Defo BK. Breast cancer survival in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1992
      Oct;91(10):597-8.
61. Chudy N, Remington PL, Yoast R. The increasing health and economic burden from cigarette
      smoking in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1992 Nov;91(11):633-4.
62. Goodman RA, Remington PL, Howard RJ. Communicating information for action. MMWR 1992
      Dec;41Suppl:143-7.
63. Remington PL, Chudy N. Trends in cancer mortality among Wisconsin women, 1970-1990. Wis Med
      J 1993 Feb;92(2):91-92.
64. Lantz P, Zvara J, Remington P. Trends in breast cancer control activities in Wisconsin local public
      health agencies. Cancer Control for Public Health: Research Reports, February, 1993.
65. Chudy NE, Yoast R, Remington PL. Child and adolescent cigarette smoking and consumption. Wis
      Med J 1993 Apr;92(4):130-1.
66. Nordstrom DL, Rowe MG, Falk MC, Remington PL. Function status in children with asthma (letter).
      JAMA 1993 Apr;269(15):1941.
67. Remington PL, Latton SK. Communicating chronic disease surveillance information. Wis Med J
      1993 May;92(5):210-11.
68. Peterson DE, Zeger SL, Remington PL, Anderson HA. Excise tax increases and cigarette sales
      (letter). Am J Pub Health 1993 Jun;83(6):910.
69. Peterson EA, Remington PL, Peterson DE, Nashold R. Trends in stroke mortality in Wisconsin:
      progress toward achieving the year 2000 objective. Wis Med J 1993 Jun;92(6):290-1.
70. Pezzino G, Remington PL, Anderson HA. Prevalence and characteristics of weight loss attempts in
      Wisconsin, 1989. Wis Med J 1993 Aug;92(8):481-2.
71. Bruskewitz R, Harms L, Phillips JL, Remington PL, Anderson HA. Radical prostatectomies--
      Wisconsin, 1982-1992. MMWR 1993 Aug;42(32):620-1,627.
72. McGown R, Remington PL, Chudy N. Deaths from nine chronic diseases, Wisconsin, 1979-1988.
      Wis Med J 1993 Sep;92(9):524,526-9.
73. Eldridge L, Owen P, Contreras J, et al. State-specific changes in cholesterol screening--Behavioral
      risk factor surveillance system, 1988-1991. MMWR 1993 Sep;42(34):663-7.
74. Lantz PM, Weier A, Remington PL. Mammography use in Wisconsin: 1987-1992. Wis Med J 1993
      Oct;92(10):580-1.
75. Chudy NE, Yoast R, Remington PL. Recent trends in cigarette smoking and per capita sales in
      Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1993 Nov;92(11):619-21.
76. Lickteig S, Knutson D, Yoast R, Remington PL. Wisconsin's experience with the National Nicotine
      Patch Giveaway. Wis Med J 1993 Nov;92(11):631-32.
77. Remington PL, Haskins L, Zvara J, Nehls-Lowe, B, Bush D, Cardell A, Wood S. The Wisconsin
      women's cancer control program. Wis Med J 1994 Jan;93(1):21-2.
78. Remington PL. Preventable causes of death in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1994 Mar;93(3):125-6,128.
79. Remington PL, Chudy N. Self-reported cardiovascular risk factors among diabetics and non-diabetics
      in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1994 Apr;93(4):173-4,176.
80. Bush D, Latton S, Uttech S, Aronson R, Remington PL. Regional differences in smoking rates among
      women giving birth in Wisconsin, 1990-1992. Wis Med J 1994 May;93(5):217-218.
81. Kvale KM, Remington PL. Self-reporting of Papanicolaou smear tests among women after
      hysterectomy. Wis Med J 1994 Jun;93(6):275-6.
82. Herzog S, Bush D, Remington P, Reeves M, Adler R. In situ breast cancer: a local area analysis of
      Dane County, Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1994 Sep;93(9):480-1.
83. Bush DS, Remington PL, Reeves M, Phillips JL. In situ breast cancer correlates with mammography
      use, Wisconsin: 1980-1992. Wis Med J 1994 Sep;93(9):483-4.
84. Remington PL, Chudy NE, Nashold R. The Wisconsin firearm injury surveillance system. Wis Med
      J 1994 Oct;93(10):531-532.

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85. Van Gilder TJ, Remington PL. The health care burden of cigarettes on Wisconsin communities. Wis
      Med J 1994 Nov;93(11):569-570.
86. Remington PL, Stahlsmith L, Nashold R. Assessing the increase in firearm-related homicides in
      Wisconsin, 1979-1993. Wis Med J 1995 Feb;94(2):27-9.
87. Remington P, Chudy N. The Wisconsin diabetes control program: a health system and community-
      based approach. WPHA Communique 1995 January/February;32(1):1-2.
88. Chudy NE, Remington PL, Blustein J. The costs of traumatic spinal cord and brain injuries in
      Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1995;94(3):147-49.
89. Remington PL, Chudy N, Conway T, Wood S. The Wisconsin diabetes control program: a health
      systems and community-based approach. Wis Med J 1995 Apr;94(4):209-12.
90. Phillips JL, Remington P. Cancer control objectives for the year 2000. Health Data Review. 1995
      May;9(5):1-8.
91. Watson L, Yoast R, Wood S, Remington PL. The costs of cigarette smoking to Wisconsin's Medicaid
      program. Wis Med J 1995 May;94(6):236-238.
92. Nehls-Lowe H, Remington P. Skin cancer prevention: It could save your life. Wisconsin Turfgrass
      News 1995 Summer;13(2):3.
93. Watson L, Wood S, Conway T, Remington PL. Cardiovascular disease prevention programs in local
      public health agencies, Wisconsin, 1995. Wis Med J 1995 Aug;94(8):449-453.
94. Kvale KM, Davis KD, Sullivan Paul K, Schell WL, Remington PL. A breast and cervical cancer
      screening intervention at public health influenza clinics, Dane County, Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1995
      Sep;94(9):515-516.
95. Remington P, Schell W, Hoffman K, Fox J, Stephenson-Vine L. Breast cancer mortality rates decline
      in Wisconsin women. Wis Med J 1995 Oct;94(10):551-553.
96. Lantz P, Bunge M, Cautley E, Phillips JL, Remington PL, Mammography use--Wisconsin, 1980-
      1993. MMWR 1995 Oct;44(40):754-57.
97. Marbella AM, Layde PM, Remington PL. Desire and efforts to quit smoking among cigarette smokers
      in Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1995 Nov;94(11):617-619.
98. Yoast R, Remington PL. Wisconsin public opinion regarding clean indoor air policies. Wis Med J
      1995 Nov;94(11):624-625.
99. Fox J, Gothard M, Remington P. Vending machine sales of cigarettes to children: results of
      compliance checks in Wisconsin, 1992-1995. Wis Med J 1996 Feb;95(2): 124-6.
100. Ferrara PR, Remington PL. Trends in diabetes mortality in Wisconsin, 1979-1991. Wis Med J 1996
       Mar;95(3):165-6,168.
101. Ford L, Remington PL. The burden of diabetes: the cost of diabetes hospitalizations in Wisconsin,
       1994. Wis Med J 1996 Mar;95(3):168-70.
102. Palmersheim K, Remington P. Trends in breast cancer mortality for blacks and whites in Wisconsin
       and the United States, 1979-1992. Wis Med J 1996 April;95(4):245-7.
103. Fox J, Stahlsmith L, Nashold R, Remington P. Increasing use of firearms in completed suicides in
       Wisconsin, 1979-1994. Wis Med J 1996 May;95(5):283-5.
104. Nashold RD, Jentzen JM, Peterson PL, Remington PL. Heat-related deaths during the summer of
       1995, Wisconsin. Wis Med J 1996 June;95(5):382-383.
105. Nashold R, Remington P, Peterson P, Jentzen J, Kapella R. Heat-wave-related mortality--Milwaukee,
       Wisconsin, July, 1995. MMWR 1996 June 21;45(24):505-507.
106. Hargarten S, Haskins L, Stahlsmith L, Chatterjee B, Morgan J, Remington P, Nashold R, Peterson P,
       Karlson T. Firearm-related deaths and hospitalizations—Wisconsin, 1994. MMWR 1996
       September 6;45(35):757-760.
107. Ford L, Remington P. The burden of diabetes in Wisconsin: diabetes-related amputations, 1994. Wis
       Med J 1996 September;95(9):643-644.
108. Hoffman K, Remington PL, Schell W. Preventive service delivery by primary care physicians,
       Wisconsin, 1995. Wis Med J 1996 October;95(10):717-19.



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109. Brazin S, Gothard M, Smith BA, Remington PL. Local tobacco control ordinances in Wisconsin,
       1995. Wis Med J 1996 November;95(11):773-4.
110. Waalen J, Remington P. A quiz for tobacco control advocates. Wis Med J 1996
       November;95(11):782-4, 819-20.
111. Remington P. A review of policies to prevent children from smoking. Family Impact Seminars
       Briefing Report. School of Human Ecology. University of Wisconsin-Madison;1997 February,
       pages 15-19.
112. Van Gilder TJ, Remington PL, Fiore MC. The direct effects of nicotine use on human health. Wis
       Med J 1997 February;96(2):48-53.
113. Remington PL, Park S. Breast cancer incidence and mortality in Milwaukee’s North Shore
       communities. Wis Med J 1997 March;96(3):46-7.
114. Wich B, Remington P. Stomach cancer mortality continues to decline, Wisconsin and the US, 1982-
       1994. Wis Med J 1997 April;96(4):31-33.
115. Haselow D, Remington P. Prostate cancer mortality increases in Wisconsin, 1979-1994. Wis Med J
       1997 May;96(5):48-50.
116. Reeves MJ, McGee H, Rafferty AP, Remington PL, Cautley E. Aspirin use for the prevention of
       cardiovascular disease in Wisconsin and Michigan. MMWR 1997 June;46(22):498-502.
117. Kujak JL, Remington PL. Trends in lung cancer mortality among men and women, Wisconsin and
       the United States, 1979-1994. Wis Med J 1997 November;96(11):30-33.
118. Aakko E, Remington P, Calamon J, Brazin S, Ford L. Smoke-free workplaces, Wisconsin municipal
       and county government buildings, 1996. Wis Med J 1997 November;96(11):34-36.
119. Aakko E, Piasecki TM, Remington P, Fiore MC. Smoking cessation services offered by health
       insurance plans for Wisconsin state employees (editorial). Wisconsin Medical Journal
       1999;98(1):14-18.
120. Libby D, Kindig D, Karlson T, Dunham N, Remington P, Pitluck A. Wisconsin county health check-
       up. Network for Health Policy Research. UW Madison. Summer, 1999.
121. Breast and Cervical Cancer Control in Wisconsin: A blueprint for action. Wisconsin Cancer Council.
       1999.
122. Johnson G, Schell W, Park S, Shalkham J, Stitt J, Remington P. The Wisconsin Women’s Cancer
       Control Program: 1999 Update. Wis Med J 1999;98(4):19-21.
123. Remington P. The future of public health in Wisconsin, revisited. Wis Med J 2000;99(1):27-28.
124. Schafer E, Gyarmathy A, Trentham-Dietz A, Rothschild M, Remington P. Thomas T. Melvin youth
       tobacco prevention and education program. Program Evaluation Report. UW Public Health
       Initiative. December 1999, Publication No. 1. Madison, Wisconsin.
125. Remington P, Schafer E, Wiese K, Chudy N, Lagatta J. Tobacco surveillance and evaluation in
       Wisconsin: a research compendium. UW Public Health Initiative. June 2000, Publication No. 2.
       Madison, Wisconsin.
126. Harris P, Remington P. Induced abortion and risk of breast cancer: A review of current published
       reports. UW Public Health Initiative. Technical Report No. 3, November 2000.
127. Mitchell JL. Remington PL. Research shows effectiveness of safety belts (letter). Wis Med J
       2001;100(3):4.
128. Remington P. Smoker’s death cause not natural. Guest Column, Wisconsin State Journal and Capital
       Times, December 2001.
129. Remington P, Kindig DA. Translating research into practice: Wisconsin Public Health and Health
       Policy Institute. January 2002 Volume 3(1).
130. Remington PL, Trentham-Dietz A. Measuring progress in cancer control: a bird's eye view
       Oncologist. 2003; 8(6): 539-40.
131. Strickland R, Pierce K, Stephenson L, et al. Building cancer surveillance capacity: Wisconsin Tribal
       and Urban Indian Clinics. University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center, September
       2003.
132. Remington PL. Ahrens D. Saving money by spending more (editorial). Wis Med J 2004;103(5):39.

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133. Landis M. Remington PL. Measuring environmental health. Wisconsin Public Health and Health
       Policy Institute Issue Brief. Oct 2004.
134. Ceraso M. Ahrens D. Remington P. Increasing tobacco taxes: an evidence-based measure to reduce
       tobacco use. [Journal Article] WMJ. 104(4):13-6, 2005 May.
135. Knutson K, Strickland R, Matloub J, Remington P, Kauer J. Cancer information resources:
       preferences among health professionals serving American Indian communities in Minnesota,
       Wisconsin, and North Dakota. University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center. March
       2005.
136. The Wisconsin Collaborative Diabetes Quality Improvement Project, 2005. UW Population Health
       Institute. August, 2005.
137. Palmersheim KA, Ullsvik JC, Remington PL. Youth smoking in Wisconsin: An assessment of trends
       in youth smoking through 2004. UW Comprehensive Cancer Center, 2005.
138. Remington P. Recognizing progress in tobacco control (editorial). WMJ. 2005 May;104(4):11.
139. Wilding G, Remington P. Period analysis of prostate cancer survival. J Clin Oncol. 2005 Jan
       20;23(3):407-9.
140. Treml K, McElroy J, Kaufman S, Remington P, Wegner M. Mixed progress in cancer control in
       Wisconsin—Variation among cancer sites. UW Comprehensive Cancer Center. 2005;1(1).
141. Treml K, Ahrens D, Remington P, Wegner M. Premature cancer mortality rates and trends vary
       throughout Wisconsin Counties. UW Comprehensive Cancer Center. 2005;1(2).
142. Stolzmann K, Ludlum L, Camphneschi J, Remington P. Strategies to increase diabetes patient
       education and training. UW Population Health Institute 2005;6(7).
143. Zank DC, Kaufman SK, Peppard PE, Remington PL, Kindig DA. Wisconsin County Health
       Rankings, 2005. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, 2005.
144. Remington PL. Review of Obesity Prevention and Public Health. Oxford University Press, Inc, 2005.
       by David Crawford and Robert Jeffery. Doody's Review Service (on-line). Available:
       http://www.doody.com. (March 30, 2006).
145. The Wisconsin Diabetes Collaborative: Diabetes Quality Improvement Project, 2006. UW Population
       Health Institute. Madison, Wisconsin. September 2006.
146. Palmersheim KA, Remington PL, Gundersen DF. Smoke-free bars associated with reduced exposure
       of secondhand smoke and fewer upper respiratory symptoms. Surveillance Brief. University of
       Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center. 2006 Vol. 2, No. 2.
147. Booske BC, Kindig DA, Remington PL, Kempf AM, Peppard PE How Should We Measure Health-
       Related Quality of Life in Wisconsin? UW Population Health Institute. March 2006;1(1).
148. Kempf AM, Remington PL, Booske BC, Kindig DA, Peppard PE The Burden of Excess Deaths in
       Wisconsin. UW Population Health Institute. April 2006;1(2).
149. Booske BC, Remington PL, Kempf AM, Kindig DA, Peppard PE The Causes of Excess Deaths in
       Wisconsin by Life Stage. UW Population Health Institute. July 2006;1(3).
150. Vila PM, Zank DC, Booske BC, Remington PL Results from the 2005 Wisconsin County Health
       Rankings User Survey. UW Population Health Institute. July 2006;1(4).
151. Kempf AM, Peppard PE, Booske BC, Kindig DA, Remington PL Using Measures of Disparities as
       Indicators of the Health of Wisconsin. UW Population Health Institute. August 2006;1(5).
152. Vila PM, Kempf AM, Booske BC, Peppard PE, Athens JK, Kindig DA, Remington PL. Wisconsin
       County Health Rankings, 2006. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. 2006.
153. Wegner MV, Remington PL. Bad news for boomers? Not entirely… Oncologistics. Third Quarter,
       2006;20-23.
154. Booske BC, Remington PL, Kindig DA. Measuring the Burden of Non-Fatal Illness in Wisconsin
       April 2007;2(1).
155. Kempf AM, Boeke MC, Booske BC, Remington PL. Results from the 2006 Wisconsin County
       Health Rankings User Survey. August 2007;2(2)
156. Remington. What’s needed is a broad-based approach to public health (editorial). Milwaukee Journal
       Sentinel, July 8, 2007. Available at: http://www.jsonline.com/story/index.aspx?id=629260

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157. Athens JK, Booske BC, Taylor KW, Rohan AK, Remington PL. Wisconsin. County Health
       Rankings, 2007. University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. 2007.
158. Busarow S, Remington PL. Working upstream: confronting the diabetes epidemic. Journal of the
       Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin. 2007 (Sept/Oct):32-35.
159. Jones NR, Williamson AA, Creswell PD, Strickland R, Remington PL. Trends in Cancer Disparities
       Among African Americans and Whites in Wisconsin. Cancer Health Disparities Initiative (CHDI)
       Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center.
       First Edition: May, 2009.
160. Remington PL, Moberg DP, Booke BC, Ceraso M, Friedsam D, Kindig DA. Dissemination Research:
       The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, Wis Med J 209;108(5):235-239,255.
161. Hinterthuer CR, Palmersheim KA, Anderson KG, Glysch RL, Remington PL. “Smoking
       Allowed”—Trends in Policies that Allow Smoking in the Workplace: Wisconsin and the
       United States. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone
       Comprehensive Cancer Center, Tobacco Surveillance and Evaluation Program; 2009.


BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Centers for Disease Control (anonymous). Chapter 4: Trends in public beliefs, attitudes, and opinions
       about smoking. IN: Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking: 25 Years of Progress. A
       Report of the Surgeon General. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health
       Service, Centers for Disease Control. DHHS Publication No. (CDC) 89-8411.
2. Brownson RC, Remington PL, Davis JR (eds). Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control.
       American Public Health Association, Washington DC, 1993.
3. Remington PL, Goodman RA. Chronic disease surveillance. IN: Brownson RC, Remington PL,
       Davis JR. Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control. American Public Health Association,
       Washington DC, 1993.
4. Goodman RA, Remington PL, Howard RJ. Communicating information for action. IN: Teutsch SM,
       Churchill RE (eds): The Principles and Practice of Public Health Surveillance Oxford University
       Press, New York, 1994.
5. Remington PL. Communicating Epidemiologic Information. In: Applied Epidemiology. Brownson
       and Pettiti (eds). Oxford University Press, New York, 1998.
6. Remington PL, Goodman RA. Chronic disease surveillance. In: Chronic Disease Epidemiology and
       Control, Second Edition. Brownson RC, Remington PL, Davis JR (eds). American Public Health
       Association, Washington DC, 1998.
7. Brownson RC, Remington PL, Davis JR (eds). Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control, Second
       Edition. American Public Health Association, Washington DC, 1998.
8. Goodman RA, Remington PL, Howard RJ. Communicating information for action within the public
       health system. IN: Teutsch SM, Churchill RE (eds): The Principles and Practice of Public Health
       Surveillance, Second Edition. Oxford University Press, New York, 2000.
9. Nelson DE, Brownson RC, Remington PL, Parvanta CF (eds). Communicating Public Health
       Information Effectively: A Guide for Practitioners. American Public Health Association,
       Washington D.C., 2002.
10. Remington PL, Ahrens D. Communicating Public Health Information to Private and Voluntary Health
       Organizations. In: Communicating Public Health Information Effectively: A Guide for
       Practitioners. Nelson DE, Brownson RC, Remington PL, Parvanta C eds. American Public Health
       Association, Washington D.C., 2002.
11. Remington PL, Riesenberg LA, Needham DL, Siegel P. Written Communication. In: Communicating
       Public Health Information Effectively: A Guide for Practitioners. Nelson DE, Brownson RC,
       Remington PL, Parvanta C eds. American Public Health Association, Washington D.C., 2002.


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12. Nelson DE, Woodward J, Brownson RC, Remington PL, Parvanta C. Future Directions. In:
        Communicating Public Health Information Effectively: A Guide for Practitioners. Nelson DE,
        Brownson RC, Remington PL, Parvanta C eds. APHA, Washington D.C., 2002.
13. Remington PL, Nelson D. Communicating Epidemiologic Information. In: Applied Epidemiology, 2 nd
        Edition. Brownson and Pettiti (eds). Oxford University Press, New York, 2006.
14. Remington PL, Houston CA, Cook LC. Media interventions to promote tobacco control policies. IN:
        Monograph 16: ASSIST Shaping the Future of Tobacco Prevention and Control (pp. 119-166).
        National Cancer Institute, 2005.
15. Fryback DG, Stout NK, Rosenberg MA, Trentham-Dietz A, Kuruchittham V, Remington PL. Chapter
        7: The Wisconsin breast cancer epidemiology simulation model. Journal of the National Cancer
        Institute Monographs, 2006 (36):37-47.
16. Remington PL, Brownson R, Wegner MV (eds). Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control, 3rd
        Edition. American Public Health Association, Washington DC (in press).
17. Remington PL, Brownson R, Savitz D. Epidemiology in Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. IN:
        Remington PL, Brownson R, Wegner MV (eds). Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control, 3rd
        Edition. American Public Health Association, Washington DC, 2008 (in press).
18. Wegner MV, Remington PL. Chronic Disease Surveillance. IN: Remington PL, Brownson R, Wegner
        MV (eds). Chronic Disease Epidemiology and Control, 3rd Edition. American Public Health
        Association, Washington DC, 2008 (in press).
19. Parrish G, McDonnell S, Remington P. Public Health Surveillance of environmental, behavioral, and
        social determinants of health. IN: Lee LM, Teutsch SM, St Louis ME, Thacker SB (eds): The
        Principles and Practice of Public Health Surveillance, Third Edition. Oxford University Press,
        New York (in press).
20. Remington PL. Nelson D. Communicating Surveillance Information for Action. IN: Lee LM, Teutsch
        SM, St Louis ME, Thacker SB (eds): The Principles and Practice of Public Health Surveillance,
        Third Edition. Oxford University Press, New York (in press).



ABSTRACTS

1. Remington PL, Hall WN. Transmission of measles in a physician's waiting room, Michigan. Program
      of the 32nd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1983.
2. Remington PL, McGee H, Hall WN, et al. Trends in salicylate use and Reye syndrome following
      varicella, Michigan. Program of the 33rd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference.
      Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1984.
3. Remington PL, Foreman MR, Gentry E, et al. Cigarette Smoking Trends in the United States.
      American Public Health Association Meeting, Anaheim, California, November, 1984.
4. Remington PL, Thar W, Hogelin G. The use of risk factor prevalence data to set public health
      priorities. American College of Preventive Medicine Conference: Prevention 85--Assessing Risks
      in a Hazardous World. Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1985.
5. Anda RF, Remington PL. Multiple measures of alcohol exposure and alcohol-related disease,
      Michigan. Program of the 34th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta,
      Georgia, April, 1985.
6. Goldbaum GM, Powell KE, Remington PL, et al. Seat belt non-use in the United States. Program of
      the 34th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1985.
7. Remington PL, Shabino C, McGee H, et. al. Reye Syndrome and Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.
      National Science Writers Meeting, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, September,
      1985.



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8. Anda RF, Remington PL, Sienko DG. Assessment of the effect of a physician's advice to quit
        smoking. Program of the 35th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta,
        Georgia. April 1986.
9. Miller DS, Remington PL, Binkin NJ. Temporal trends in reported use of seat belts. Program of the
        36th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1987.
10. Novotny TE, Kendrick JS, Remington PL. Socioeconomic differences in smoking behavior in selected
        states. Program of the 36th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta, Georgia,
        April, 1987.
11. Remington PL, Gentry EM, Hogelin GS, et al. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance, 1984-1987.
        American College of Preventive Medicine Conference: Prevention 87--Delivering Preventive
        Services. Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1987.
12. Anda RF, Remington PL, Sienko DG, Davis RM. Are physicians advising smokers to quit? The
        patient's perspective. American College of Preventive Medicine Conference: Prevention
        87--Delivering Preventive Services. Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1987.
13. Williamson DF, Forman MR, Binkin NJ, Gentry EM, Remington PL, Trowbridge FL. Alcohol and
        body weight in U.S. adults. American Society of Clinical Nutrition, San Diego, September 1987.
14. Marks JS, Remington PL. Behavioral risk factor surveillance: application of telephone polling
        techniques to public health surveillance. Proceedings of the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical
        Scholars Program, 1987 National Meeting, October 1987.
15. Novotny TE, Kendrick JS, Remington PL. Socioeconomic differences in smoking behavior in the
        U.S. American Public Health Association, New Orleans, October 1987.
16. Novotny TE, Warner KE, Kendrick JS, Remington PL. Smoking in the U.S.: racial and
        socioeconomic differences. Sixth World Conference on Smoking an Health, Tokyo, Japan,
        November 1987.
17. Escobedo L, Remington PL. Age, period and birth cohort analysis of smoking prevalence among
        Mexican-Americans. Program of the 37th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference,
        Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1988.
18. Anda R, Remington P, Williamson D, Binkin N. Are hypertensives exercising self-control? American
        College of Preventive Medicine Conference: Prevention 88--Prevention and Primary Care.
        Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1988.
19. Escobedo L, Remington PL. Age, period and birth cohort analysis of smoking prevalence among
        Mexican-Americans: findings from HHANES, 1982-1983. United States-Mexico Border Health
        Conference, Chihuahua, Mexico, June 1988.
20. Smith PF, Remington PL, Williamson DF, Anda RF. Alcohol consumption and problem drinking:
        comparison of sales data with surveys of self-reported alcohol use in states. American Public
        Health Association, Boston, November, 1988.
21. Remington PL, Novotny TE, Anda RF, Williamson DF, Davis RM. State-specific progress toward the
        1990 objective for the nation for cigarette smoking: a mid-course review revisited. American
        Public Health Association, Boston, November, 1988.
22. Remington PL, Trends in cigarette smoking, 1982-1987: behavioral risk factor surveillance.
        American Public Health Association, Boston, November, 1988.
23. Remington P, Hanrahan L, Anderson H, Sainfort F, Fryback D, Mariolis P. Assessing chronic disease
        burden in the population. American Public Health Association, Chicago, Illinois. November,
        1989.
24. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Remington PL. Smoking and peptic ulcer disease. American Public Health
        Association, Boston, Massachusetts. November, 1989.
25. Remington PL, Aubert R. Tobacco surveillance in state health departments. Conference on the Public
        Health Practice of Tobacco Prevention and Control. Houston, Texas, March, 1990.
26. Peterson DE, Remington PL, Akgulian N, Schultz J, Anderson HA. Impact of alcohol-related disease
        and injury in Wisconsin, 1988. Program of the 39th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service
        Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1990.

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27. Peterson DE, Remington PL, Anderson HA. Price, taxes, and trends in cigarette sales in the U.S.,
        1979-1988. 39th Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta, GA. April, 1990.
28. Remington PL, Anderson DE, Manering MC, Peterson EA, Anderson HA. Community-based chronic
        disease surveillance in Wisconsin. Fifth National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and
        Control: From 1990 to 2000. Detroit, Michigan, October, 1990.
29. Remington PL, Aubert R, Peterson DE. Tobacco use as a cause of death in Wisconsin. Fifth National
        Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control: From 1990 to 2000. Detroit, Michigan,
        October, 1990.
30. Sainfort F, Remington PL, Moss ME, Mezghani L. An interactive computer program for chronic
        disease burden and prevention. Fifth National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and
        Control: From 1990 to 2000. Detroit, Michigan, October, 1990.
31. Sainfort F, Remington PL. A chronic disease model for priority setting. Fifth National Conference on
        Chronic Disease Prevention and Control: From 1990 to 2000. Detroit, MI. October, 1990.
32. Peterson DE, Anderson H, Kanarek M, Remington P, Kuykendall M, Diedrich J. Fish consumption
        patterns and blood mercury levels among Wisconsin Chippewa Indians. 40th Annual Epidemic
        Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1991.
33. Latton SK, Remington PL, Lantz PM, King RK. Evaluating the impact of a low-cost statewide media
        campaign. Sixth National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. Washington
        D.C. October, 1991.
34. Anda RF, Williamson DF, Escobedo LG, Remington PL, et. al. Self-perceived stress and the risk of
        peptic ulcer disease. Sixth National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control.
        Washington D.C. October, 1991.
35. Lantz PM, Remington PL, Defo BK. Cancer survival among Wisconsin women. Sixth National
        Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. Washington D.C. October, 1991.
36. Remington PL. Using data to direct planning. Sixth National Conference of Chronic Disease
        Prevention and Control. Washington D.C. October, 1991.
37. Pezzino G, Anderson HA, Peterson DE, Remington PL. Nitrogen Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide
        Intoxication in an indoor ice arena. Program of the 41st Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service
        Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1992.
38. Remington PL. The anatomy of an epidemiologist. Seventh National Conference of Chronic Disease
        Prevention and Control. Salt Lake City, Utah. October, 1992.
39. Mendlein JM, Remington PL, Shields JM. A practical guide to chronic disease surveillance. Seventh
        National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. Salt Lake City, Utah. October,
        1992.
40. Pezzino G, Remington P, Anderson H, Lantz P, Peterson D. The impact of a smoke-free policy on jail
        inmates in Wisconsin. Seventh National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control.
        Salt Lake City, Utah. October, 1992.
41. Peterson DE, Remington PL, Kanarek MS, Kuykendall MA, Diedrich JM, Anderson HA. Diabetes
        and cardiovascular disease risk factors among Wisconsin Chippewa Indians. Seventh National
        Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. Salt Lake City, Utah. October, 1992.
42. Pezzino G, Remington P, Anderson H, Peterson D. Trends in radical prostatectomies, Wisconsin,
        1989-1991. Program of the 42nd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference, Atlanta,
        Georgia, April, 1993.
43. Lantz PM, Lippert MT, Jaros L, Zvara J, Remington PL. Barriers to mammography among rural, low-
        income women: qualitative research results. American Public Health Association, Chicago,
        Illinois. October, 1993.
44. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Remington PL, Marcus P. Determinants of breast cancer detection in
        Wisconsin women, 1986-1990. American Society of Preventive Oncology, Bethesda, Maryland.
        March, 1994.




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45. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Remington PL, Marcus P. Body mass and late-stage breast cancer in
        Wisconsin women. Program of the 43nd Annual Epidemic Intelligence Service Conference,
        Atlanta, Georgia, April, 1994.
46. Reeves MJ, Newcomb PA, Trentham Dietz A, Remington PL. Nonsteriodal anti-inflammatory drug
        use and protection against colorectal cancer in women. Society for Epidemiology Research, June,
        1995.
47. Kvale K, Bigelow W, Remington PL. Correlates of breast and cervical cancer screening among the
        Wisconsin Medicaid population. American Public Health Association Meeting, San Diego,
        California, November, 1995.
48. Bigelow W, Kvale K, Remington PL. An intervention to increase breast and cervical cancer screening
        rates in the non-metropolitan, female, Wisconsin Medicaid population. American Public Health
        Association Meeting, San Diego, California, November, 1995.
49. Stencil DA, Jaros LM, Lippert MT, Eaker ED, Remington PL. Promoting breast and cervical cancer
        screening during an influenza clinic at a private medical facility. Tenth National Conference of
        Chronic Disease Prevention and Control. Atlanta, Georgia. December, 1995.
50. Jaros LM, Eaker ED, Lippert MT, Stencil DA, Remington PL. Rural community interventions to
        promote breast and cervical cancer screening. Tenth National Conference of Chronic Disease
        Prevention and Control. Atlanta, Georgia. December, 1995.
51. Sosman JM, Remington PL. Racial differences in colorectal cancer mortality based on the anatomic
        distribution of the cancer. Society of General Internal Medicine, Washington D.C. May, 1996.
52. McGee HB, Reeves MJ, Rafferty AP, Remington PL, Cautley E. Prevalence of aspirin use to prevent
        cardiovascular disease in Wisconsin and Michigan. Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Annual
        Conference, Atlanta, Georgia. May, 1996.
53. Eaker ED, Vierkant RA, Konitzer KA, Remington PL. Cervical cancer screening among women with
        and without hysterectomies. American Public Health Association Meeting, New York, New York.
         November, 1996.
54. Reeves M, Remington PL. Use of physician reminder cards to promote cancer screening services in
        women: A population-based study in Wisconsin. Society for Epidemiologic Research. Edmonton,
        Alberta, Canada. June, 1997.
55. Remington PL. Increased breast cancer incidence and mortality in Milwaukee’s North Shore
        Community. Twelfth National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control.
        Washington D.C., December, 1997.
56. Remington PL. Understanding health care data-bases, from birth to sickness to death. National
        Computer-Assisted Reporting Conference. Boston, MA. March 11-14, 1999.
57. Freeman N. Johnson G. Haag S, Remington P. Statewide conference leads to blueprint for action.
        American Public Health Association, Chicago, Illinois. November, 1999.
58. Trentham-Dietz, A. Remington PL. Quality of life among long-term survivors of colorectal cancer.
        American Society of Preventive Oncology, Washington DC, April, 2000.
59. Remington PL, Reeves M, Trentham-Dietz A, Quenan L. Lung cancer and progress in the War on
        Cancer. American Society of Preventive Oncology, Washington DC, April, 2000.
60. Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Newcomb PA, Love RR. Characteristics of menarche among sixth-
        graders. 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research, Seattle, WA, June, 2000.
61. Kindig D, Wang H, Remington PL. Factors Associated with the Geographic Variation in Life-Stage
        Mortality Rates in U.S., Association for Service Research (AHSR) Annual Meeting in Los
        Angeles, USA, June 25-27, 2000.
62. Wang H, Remington PL, Kindig. Geographic Differences in Mortality, Disability, and Self-Reported
        Health Status in Working-age Population of the U.S., Association for Health Service Research
        (AHSR) Annual Meeting in Los Angeles, USA, June 25-27, 2000.
63. Weisskopf MG, Remington PL, Anderson HA, Steenport DM. The reliability of birth certificate
        estimates of alcohol and tobacco use during pregnancy, Great Lakes Region, 1989-1995.
        American Public Health Association, New York, New York, November 2000.

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64. Schumacher J, Remington PL. Using State Ranks to Assess Progress in Tobacco Control: Wisconsin,
        1985-1999. National Chronic Disease Conference, Washington DC, November 30, 2000.
65. Russell A, Remington PL. The Wisconsin Diabetes Quality Improvement Project. National Chronic
        Disease Conference, Washington DC, November 30, 2000.
67. Aakko E, Schafer E, Gyarmathy VA, Narita E, Remington PL. Blue-collar versus white-collar
      employee smoking policies. National Conference on Tobacco of Health. New Orleans, Louisiana.
      November, 2001.
68. Ahrens D, Remington PL. Smokefree restaurants: influencing voting behavior of elected officials.
      National Conference on Tobacco of Health. New Orleans, Louisiana. November, 2001.
69. Dawson K, Gohre F, Zapp P, Rumm P, Remington PL. The Wisconsin Collaborative Diabetes Quality
      Improvement Project, 1999-2000. CDC Diabetes Translation Conference. Seattle, Washington. May
      2001.
70. Freeman N, Burns M, Remington P, Fiore M. Smoking Cessation as Employee Benefit: Challenge and
      Opportunity. National Cancer Control Conference, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia.
      September 2001.
71. Hariharan L, Andersen LA, Remington P. Identifying Geographic Disparities in the Early Detection of
      Breast Cancer in Dane County, Wisconsin, 1981-1998. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy
      Conference, Madison, WI. November 2001.
72. Jehn L, Kvale K, Weisskopf M, Glysch R, Schell W, Remington P. Smoking during pregnancy in
      Wisconsin compared to the United States, 1997. Wisconsin Public Health Association, LaCrosse,
      Wisconsin. June 2001.
73. McElroy JA, Gangnon R, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, Remington PL. “Assigning Atrazine
      Exposure Levels in a Case-Control Study using Spatial Analysis of Well Water Testing Data,”
      Congress of Epidemiology Conference, June 13-16, 2001, Toronto, Ontario.
74. McElroy JA, Newcomb PA, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, Kanarek MS, Remington PL.
      “Endometrial Cancer Incidence Associated with Electric Blanket Use,” Congress of Epidemiology
      Conference, June 13-16, 2001, Toronto, Ontario.
75. McElroy JA, Newcomb PA., Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, Kanarek MS, Remington PL.
      Endometrial Cancer Incidence in Relation to Electric Blanket Use. Society for Epidemiologic
      Research, Toronto, Canada. June 2001.
76. McElroy JA, Trentham-Dietz A, Kirby R, Clayton M, Remington PL. Assigning atrazine exposure
      levels in a case-control study using spatial analysis of well water testing data, International
      Epidemiology Conference, Toronto, Canada, June 2001.
77. Andersen L, Remington P, Hariharan L, Trentham-Dietz A. The association between community
      characteristics and the early diagnosis of breast cancer in Wisconsin 1980-1998. American Society
      of Preventive Oncology. Washington DC, April 2002.
78. McElroy J, Gagnon R, Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb P, Remington PL. Using geostatistics to assess
      Atrazine exposure in a population-based case-control study of breast cancer. International Society of
      Exposure Analysis/International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Vancouver, British
      Columbia. Aug 11-15, 2002.
79. McElroy J, Remington P, Trentam-Dietz A, Roberts S, Newcomb P. Recommended Approach for
      Assigning Latitude/Longitude Coordinates in a Large, Population-Based Study in Wisconsin.
      International Society of Exposure Analysis/International Society for Environmental Epidemiology.
      Vancouver, British Columbia. Aug 11-15, 2002.
80. McElroy JA, Gangnon RE, Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb PA, Remington PL. Using “Geostatistics to
      Assess Atrazine Exposure in a Population-Based Case-Control Study of Breast Cancer,” ISEA/ISEE
      (International Society of Exposure Analysis/International Society for Environmental Epidemiology)
      Conference, Aug 11-15, 2002; Vancouver, British Columbia.
81. McElroy JA, Kanarek MS, Trentham-Dietz A, Newcomb PA, Hampton JM, Remington PL. “Great
      Lakes Fish Consumption and Breast Cancer Risk,” American Society of Preventive Oncology
      Conference, March 9-12, 2002, Washington, D.C.

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82. McElroy JA, Trentham-Dietz A, Gangnon RE, Kanarek MS, Newcomb PA, Hampton JM, Remington
      PL. Risk of breast cancer in relation to Atrazine exposure in a population-based case-control study
      in Wisconsin. American Society of Preventive Oncology. Washington DC, April 2002.
83. Remington P, Frey C. Chronic disease epidemiology capacity: an evaluation of STEPPS. Conference
      of State and Territorial Epidemiologists, Kansas City, Missouri. June 15, 2002.
84. Remington P, McElroy J, Hariharan L, Andersen L. Using GIS to Identify Geographic Disparities in
      Breast Cancer Detection, Dane County, Wisconsin. Conference of State and Territorial
      Epidemiologists, Kansas City, Missouri. June 15, 2002.
85. Remington P. Evaluation of a youth-focused anti-smoking media campaign. National Conference on
      Tobacco or Health. San Francisco, California. November 19-22, 2002.
86. Christiansen AL, Ahrens D, Hill B, Remington PL. Communicating data to diverse audiences.
      National Conference on Tobacco or Health. San Francisco, California. November 19-22, 2003.
87. Christiansen AL, Eisenberg T, Remington P. Is current smoking prevalence the best way to measure a
      tobacco control program’s progress? National Conference on Tobacco or Health. San Francisco,
      California. November 19-22, 2003.
88. Hagen E, Kvale K, Glysch R, Remington P. Perinatal Periods of Risk applied to Wisconsin: a new
      approach to an old problem. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Biannual Conference,
      Madison, Wisconsin October 2003.
89. Hampton JM, Trentham-Dietz A, Robert SA, Newcomb PA, McElroy JA, Remington PL.
      “Occupational Physical Activity and Breast Cancer Risk in Wisconsin Women,” SER (Society of
      Epidemiology Research) Conference, June 12-14, 2003; Atlanta, GA.
90. McElroy JA, Remington PL, Trentham-Dietz A, Robert SA, Newcomb PA . “A Recommended
      Approach for Geocoding Addresses from a Large Population-based Study,” AAG (Association of
      American Geographers) Conference, March 4-8, 2003; New Orleans, LA.
91. McElroy JA, Trentham-Dietz A, Gangnon RE, Kanarek MS, Newcomb PA, Hampton JM,Remington
      PL, Risk of Breast Cancer in Relation to Atrazine Exposure. Abstract. AACR (American
      Association of Cancer Research) Conference, April 5-9, 2003; Toronto, Ontario.
92. McElroy JA, Trentham-Dietz A, Kanarek MS, Robert SA, Hampton JM, Remington PL. ”Exposure to
      Plasticizers and Breast Cancer Risk,” SER (Society of Epidemiology Research) Conference, June
      12-14, 2003; Atlanta, GA.
93. Newburn VH, Remington P, Peppard P. Guiding community planning and evaluation efforts in
      tobacco control: predicting future rates of smoking during pregnancy. National Conference on
      Tobacco or Health. San Francisco, California. November 19-22, 2003.
94. Remington P. Evaluation of a youth-focused anti-smoking media campaign. National Conference on
      Tobacco or Health. San Francisco, California. November 19-22, 2003.
95. Sapp AL, Trentham-Dietz A, Hampton JM, Robert SA, McElroy JA, Newcomb PA, Remington PL.
      “Women’s Working Conditions and Breast Cancer Risk,” SER (Society of Epidemiology Research)
      Conference, June 12-14, 2003; Atlanta, GA.
96. Schooley MW, Remington P, Bauer UE. How to keep score—which measures should be used to
      assess tobacco control success? National Conference on Tobacco or Health. San Francisco,
      California. November 19-22, 2003.
97. Trentham-Dietz A, Remington P, Robert S, Gangnon R, Hampton J, McElroy J, Newcomb P.
      “Geographic Location, Established Risk Factors and Breast Cancer Risk-or-Are There Breast
      Cancer Hot Spots in Wisconsin?,” SER (Society of Epidemiology Research) Conference, June 12-
      14, 2003; Atlanta, GA.
98. Whitfield J. Khalil, J, Kvale K, Grotsky J, Jones M, Remington P. Forward for Women’s Health:
      The State of Women’s Health in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Public Health and Health Policy Biannual
      Conference, Madison, Wisconsin October 2003.
99. Strombom IM, Smith MA, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, and Newcomb PA. Cancer Care
      Capacity and Out-of-Area Care Utilization Among Urban and Rural Women with Breast Cancer.



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       Poster presentation at the Society for Epidemiologic Research 37th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City,
       Utah, June 16-18, 2004.
100.   McElroy J, Remington PL, et al. Exploration of Residential History and Breast Cancer Risk in
       Wisconsin using Geographic Information Systems. Poster presentation at the Society for
       Epidemiologic Research 37th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah, June 16-18 (Am J Epidemiol.
       2004;159(11): S38).
101.   Fryback D, Rosenberg MA, Stout NK, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Kuruchittham V, Chang
       P. The case for limited malignant potential breast cancer. 26th Annual Meeting of the Society for
       Medical Decision Making. Atlanta Georgia October 2004.
102.   Remington PL, Peppard P, KIndig D. Responding at the State Level, What do you do with a rank?
       American Public Health Association Annual meeting, Washington DC, November 2004.
103.   Fryback DG, Rosenberg MA, Stout NK, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Kuruchittham V, Chang
       P. The case for limited malignant potential breast cancer. Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical
       Decision Making, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 2004 (Medical Decision Making, 2005; 25(1):E15).
104.   Strombom IM, Smith MA, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Newcomb PA. Cancer care capacity
       and out-of-area care utilization among urban and rural women with breast cancer. Am J Epidemiol
       159: S37, 2004
105.   McElroy JA, Remington PL, Trentham-Dietz A, Kanarek MS, Robert SA, Hampton JM,
        Newcomb PA. Playing golf and breast cancer risk. Proceedings AACR. 2004; #1093
        electronic.
106.   Fryback DG, Rosenberg MA, Stout NK, Trentham-Dietz A, Remington PL, Kuruchittham V, Chang
       P. Evidence for Limited Malignant Potential Breast Cancer: Results from the simulation study.
       World Congress of Epidemiology. Bankok Thailand. August 2005.
107.   Byrd D, Remington PL. Black-white disparity in infant mortality in Wisconsin. American Public
       Health Association Annual meeting (oral presentation). Philadelphia, PA. December, 2005.
108.   Monteon, MS, Arcari CM, Remington P, Kanarek MS, Oemig TV. Evaluation of the Wisconsin
       tuberculosis program's progress towards documentation of treatment improvement and completion
       of treatment in active cases of reported tuberculosis, Wisconsin 2000-2002. American Public Health
       Association Annual meeting (poster presentation). Philadelphia, PA. December, 2005.
109.   Ceraso M, Giese E, Gruebling K, Krawcyzk E, Layde P, Ore P, Remington P. Evaluating Public
       Health Leadership Training in Wisconsin: Beyond Participant Report. American Public Health
       Association Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. November 2006.
110.   Ceraso M, Gruebling K, Ore P, Layde P, Remington P. Integrating Public Health Leadership
       Development and Community Health Improvement in Wisconsin. American Public Health
       Association Annual Meeting. Boston, MA. November 2006.
111.   Walsh M, Trentham-Dietz A, McElroy J, Hampton J, Newcomb P, Remington P. Lifetime Dog
       Ownership, Urbanicity, and Risk of Breast Cancer. 40th Annual SER meeting. Boston, MA. June,
       2007.
112.   Booske B, Kindig D, Kempf A, Athens J, Remington P. Measuring population outcomes in
       Wisconsin: Developing a state health report card to assess overall health and health disparity.
       Annual Meeting of Academy Health, FL. May 2007.
113.   Palmersheim KA, Remington PL, Wegner M. Cheers! Breathing Easier And Smoking Less, One
       Year Later. 2007 National Conference on Tobacco of Health. Minneapolis, MN, October 2007.
114.   Remington PL. Fisher E. Performance measurement in communities: Bringing health care and
       public health information systems together for population health improvement. American Public
       Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington DC, November 2007.
115.   Palmersheim KA, Remington PL. Cheers! Breathing easier and smoking less: One year later.
       American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. October, 2008.
116.   Ceraso M, Ore P, Gruebling K, Layde P, Remington P. Border Crossings: Transformational
       Partnerships for Community Health Improvement. American Public Health Association Annual
       Meeting. San Diego, CA. October 2008.

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117. Kuo D, Palmersheim K, Remington P. Healthcare intervention for preventable risk behaviors:
     Physicians' advice on smoking cessation in the U.S., 1995 to 2002. American Public Health
     Association Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA. October 2008.
118. Kuo D, Palmersheim K, Glysch R, Remington P. “Do you smoke?” Trends in Wisconsin physician's
     advice on smoking cessation, 1995 to 2002. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
     San Diego, CA. October 2008.
119. Pierce K, Strickland R, Matloub J, Stephenson L, Waukau J, Kagigebi R, Remington P. Improving
     American Indian Cancer Surveillance and Data Reporting in Wisconsin. 20th Annual Native Health
     Research Conference. Seattle, WA. September 2008.
120. Wassenaar TR, Walsh MC, Cleary JF, Remington PL, Trentham Dietz A. Disparities in the clinical
     trial participation of adult cancer patients. Am. Society of Clinical Oncology. May 2008.
121. Swain G, Booske B, Athens J, Taylor K, Remington P. Wisconsin County Health Rankings: A tool
     for population health improvement. Annual Meeting of the National Association of City and County
     Health Officials. San Diego, CA. July 2008.


COMMUNITY LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS

1. Screening for chronic diseases. Chronic Disease Course: A Public Health Approach. Centers for
        Disease Control. Atlanta, Georgia. January, 1988.
2. Geography and coronary heart disease. The Society of Prospective Medicine 24th Annual Meeting.
        St. Petersburg, Florida. September, 1988.
3. Geography and coronary heart disease. University of Wisconsin Department of Preventive Medicine
        Seminar. Madison, Wisconsin. November, 1988.
4. The epidemiology of breast cancer in Wisconsin. 21st Annual Southeastern Wisconsin Cancer
        Conference. American Cancer Society. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April, 1989.
5. Behaviorally-related chronic disease in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Public Health Association Annual
        Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. June 1989.
6. Assessing the health status of a population. Epidemiology 797. University of Wisconsin Department
        of Preventive Medicine. Madison, Wisconsin. September, 1989.
7. Surveillance and the media. Fourth National Conference of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control.
        San Diego, California. September, 1989.
8. Breast cancer detection and awareness in Wisconsin. Brown County Unit of the American Cancer
        Society. Green Bay, Wisconsin. October, 1989.
9. Chronic disease update. Cholesterol screening workshop. Rhinelander, Wisconsin. October, 1989.
10. Determining the causes of cancer: methods and implications. Hematology/Oncology Grand Rounds,
        Medical College of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. February, 1990.
11. Cholesterol screening update. Southeastern Regional Health Department Conference, Waukesha,
        Wisconsin. March, 1990.
12. Early Detection of Breast Cancer. Early Detection for Cancer Control Workshop, Madison,
        Wisconsin. April, 1990.
13. Prevention that pays: medical screening tests. Health Care Cost Containment Conference, School for
        Workers, University of Wisconsin Extension. Madison, Wisconsin. June 1990.
14. Mammography and older women. 1990 Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups Convention, Stevens
        Point, Wisconsin. July, 1990.
15. A look at breast cancer in Wisconsin. Worksite breast health programs: A workshop. American
        Cancer Society. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. October, 1990.
16. Cost saving initiatives: medical screening tests--do they contribute to prevention? The Management
        of Health Care Costs. School for Workers, University of Wisconsin Extension. Wisconsin
        Rapids, Wisconsin. November, 1990.



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17. The pharmacist's role in the public health aspects of cancer control. Conference on cancer therapy and
         related issues, Pharmacy Institute, Madison, Wisconsin. November, 1990.
18. Obesity in Wisconsin: Implications for the future. Wisconsin Dietetic Association Annual Conference,
         Madison, Wisconsin. November, 1990.
19. The future of public health. Southeastern Wisconsin Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Block Grant
         Projects Conference. West Allis, Wisconsin. December, 1990.
20. Translating science into practice. Preventive Medicine Residency Annual Seminar. Centers for
         Disease Control. Atlanta, Georgia. December, 1990.
21. Obesity in Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin Department of Nutrition Seminar. Madison,
         Wisconsin. February, 1991.
22. Breast cancer as a disease. Breast Cancer Update, 1991. Meriter Women's Health Center and the
         American Cancer Society. Madison, Wisconsin. March, 1991.
23. Breast cancer trends in Wisconsin. Current Issues in Breast Cancer Incidence, Screening, and
         Treatment. St. Vincent's Hospital, Green Bay, Wisconsin. March, 1991.
24. Chronic disease surveillance in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Public Health Association Annual Conference.
          La Crosse, Wisconsin. June, 1991.
25. Creative epidemiology: Marketing your health messages to the media. Wisconsin Public Health
         Association Annual Conference. La Crosse, Wisconsin. June, 1991.
26. The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System as a public health intervention. Ninth National
         Health Education Risk Reduction Conference. Atlanta, GA. May, 1991.
27. Is the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System addressing the broad perspective? Eighth Annual
         Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Conference. Atlanta, Georgia. June, 1991.
28. Consequential epidemiology. 1991 Epidemic Intelligence Summer Epidemiology Course. Atlanta,
         Georgia. July, 1991.
29. Chronic Diseases in Wisconsin. Bayfield County 2000-II. Cable, Wisconsin. August, 1991.
30. Smoke-Free County Governments. 53rd Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Counties Association.
         Appleton, Wisconsin. September, 1991.
31. Trends in Cancer in Wisconsin. Medical Grand Rounds, Medical College of Wisconsin. Milwaukee,
         Wisconsin. January, 1992.
32. Practical uses of breast and cervical cancer data. Centers for Disease Control/AMC Cancer Research
         Center Training Program, Denver, Colorado. February, 1992.
33. Trends in smoking and benefits of quitting. New Strategies in Smoking Cessation Treatment, Medical
         College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. July 11, 1992.
34. Screening for prostate cancer. General Medical Series, Continuing Medical Education, University of
         Wisconsin, Madison. October 29, 1992.
35. Tobacco and high risk populations. Wisconsin Cancer Control Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
         October 28, 1992.
36. Translating science into practice. Preventive Medicine Residency Annual Seminar. Centers for
         Disease Control. Atlanta, Georgia. January, 1993
37. Smoking and pregnancy. Perinatal substance abuse conference, Madison, Wisconsin. March 1993.
38. Principles of clinical epidemiology. Medical College of Wisconsin. March 23, 1993.
39. Why tobacco control? Alcohol and other drug annual conference. Appleton, Wisconsin. May 1993.
40. Progress in cancer control. American Cancer Society Eau Claire Unit Volunteer Recognition
         Reception. Eau Claire, Wisconsin, October 20, 1993.
41. Trends in stroke mortality in Wisconsin. 1993 Great Lakes Regional Conference on Cardiovascular
         Disease Prevention. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, November 4-5, 1993.
42. Health issues for rural populations: chronic disease epidemiology in rural areas. Interdisciplinary
         Rural Primary Care course, Madison, Wisconsin, January 31, 1994.
43. Nutrition and chronic diseases. Madison Dietetic Association Meeting. Madison, WI. March 1994.
44. Epidemiology of breast cancer in Wisconsin. Sauk Prairie Memorial Hospital Grand Rounds, Prairie
         du Sac, Wisconsin, April 5, 1994.

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45. Telephone surveillance of health behaviors. National Opinion Research Center at the University of
        Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. April, 1994.
46. Breast Cancer in Wisconsin: The Public Health Perspective. The Breast Cancer Leadership Summit,
        Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 6, 1994.
47. The health effects of tobacco versus nicotine. Tobacco: A Health Issue Summer Institute. University
        of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, July 12, 1994.
48. The health effects of smoking. Rotary Club, New Richmond, Wisconsin, August 15, 1994.
49. Chronic disease in Polk County: A public health approach. Polk County Professional Advisory
        Committee, Polk County, Wisconsin, August 15, 1994.
50. Chronic disease update: Healthier People for the Year 2000. Wisconsin Boards of Health Annual
        Conference, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, September 1, 1994.
51. Contributing factors to the increased incidence of breast cancer. Seminar, University of Wisconsin
        Prevention Center, Madison, Wisconsin, September 13, 1994.
52. Breast cancer: Controversies in screening and treatment. Department of Outreach Education satellite
        presentation, University of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, WI. October 1994.
53. Befuddled about breast cancer? Department of Outreach Education satellite presentation, University
        of Wisconsin Medical School, Madison, Wisconsin, November 16, 1994.
54. One state's experience with difficulties in advocacy. Government Employees and Public Policy
        Course. Atlanta, GA, January 23, 1995.
55. Leading causes of death in Sauk County and their prevention. "To Your Health," Sauk County Health
        Fair, West Baraboo, Wisconsin. April 24, 1995.
56. Mid-Course Review of Healthier People in Wisconsin: A Public Health Agenda for the Year 2000.
        Wisconsin Public Health Association Annual Conference, Madison, June 1, 1995.
57. Communicating surveillance information for action. Tobacco control summer institute, University of
        North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, July, 1995.
58. Trends in Breast and Cervical Cancer in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Women's Cancer Control Program
        Coordinators' Training, Madison, August 3, 1995.
59. Mid-Course Review of "Healthier People in Wisconsin." Wisconsin Conference of Local Public
        Health Officials, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. October, 1995.
60. Health People 2000 status report. Sauk County Collaboration for Health. Sauk City, Baraboo, and
        Reedsburg, Wisconsin. October 9-10, 1995.
61. Mid-Course Review: Healthier People in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Primary Prevention and Health
        Promotion Initiative. Madison, Wisconsin, November, 1995.
62. Trends in cancer control in Wisconsin. Waukesha Memorial Hospital Oncology Review Board.
        Waukesha, Wisconsin, January, 1996.
63. Trends in breast cancer mortality in Wisconsin: effects of age adjustment. UW Preventive Medicine
        Seminar. Madison, Wisconsin. February, 1996.
64. Public health and the health of the public. Wisconsin Office of Rural Health Care, Quarterly Rural
        Health Care Forum, Winter 1996. Madison, Wisconsin. February, 1996.
65. Smoking and your health. State Southeast Asian Bilingual Health Aide Training. Manitowac,
        Wisconsin. March 21, 1996.
66. Chronic disease mortality among Wisconsin Indians. Great Lakes Intertribal Council, Lac du
        Flambeau, Wisconsin. March 26, 1996.
67. The burden of diabetes in Wisconsin. Diabetes Update: Northern Wisconsin Dietetic Association's
        1996 Spring Conference. Rhinelander, Wisconsin. March 27, 1996.
68. Preventable causes of disease and death in communities. Quality Forum, Madison, Wisconsin. April
        10, 1996.
69. Managed care and the uninsured. University of Wisconsin Seminars on Ethical Issues in Managed
        Care, Madison, Wisconsin. May 2, 1996




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70. Wellness and health promotion. Juneau County Community Health Improvement (CHIP) Program,
        New Lisbon, Wisconsin. April 11, 1996.
71. Tobacco control at the individual, organizational, and community level. MCH Tobacco Control
        Workgroup, Madison, Wisconsin. May 28, 1996.
72. Marketing tobacco and health information. National Conference on Tobacco or Kids, Chicago,
        Illinois. May 29, 1996.
73. Health risks in Wisconsin: data, partnerships, and cost implications. Wisconsin Health Education
        Annual Meeting, Green Bay, Wisconsin. June 5, 1996.
74. Epidemiology, marketing, and public health. Wisconsin Public Health Association Annual Meeting,
        Green Bay, Wisconsin. June 6, 1996.
75. Chronic disease and community health assessments. Grant County Health Partners. Lancaster,
        Wisconsin. June 19, 1996.
76. The burden of diabetes in Wisconsin. American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting, Pewaukee,
        Wisconsin. June 21, 1996.
77. Tobacco surveillance: translating information into action. 2nd Annual Tobacco Use Prevention
        Summer Institute. St. Louis, Missouri. July 8-12, 1996.
78. Pharmacology of nicotine and smoking cessation. Pharmacology of psychoactive drugs course.
        Summer Institute for Alcohol and Drug Research and Prevention Education, Madison, Wisconsin.
         July 17, 1996.
79. Epidemiology of cancer. Family Practice for the 21st Century: The 48th Annual Scientific Assembly,
        Wisconsin Academy of Family Physicians. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Aug 1996.
80. The heart of coalition building. Building Community Coalitions Training. Chippewa Falls,
        Wisconsin. September 11, 1996.
81. Failure analysis: A strategy to prevent cervical cancer deaths. Annual Women’s Cancer Control
        Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. September 20, 1996.
82. Managed care and public health. Managed Care: Issues and Challenges. United Way of Brown
        County. Green Bay, Wisconsin. September 25, 1996.
83. Costs and benefits of cancer prevention. Cancer Prevention & Screening Strategies for Small
        Businesses Seminar. Madison, Wisconsin. October 30, 1996.
84. Trends in cancer control in the US. Seminar. Department of Preventive Medicine, UW School of
        Medicine. Madison, Wisconsin. November 7, 1996.
85. Progress in the war against cancer. Sharon K. Bouchard Memorial Lecture. Gunderson Medical
        Foundation. La Crosse, Wisconsin. November 11, 1996.
86. Diabetes control in Wisconsin. Endocrinology Grand Rounds. St. Luke’s Medical Center,
        Milwaukee, Wisconsin. January 21, 1997.
87. Cancer in Price County. Hospital medical rounds and public meeting. Phillips Wisconsin. Feb 1997.
88. Cause of cancer in Sawyer County. Hayward Memorial Hospital, Hayward, Wisconsin. Feb 1997.
89. A review of policies for preventing teen tobacco use: what works, what doesn’t. Wisconsin Family
        Impact Seminars. Madison, Wisconsin. February 19, 1997.
90. Chronic disease surveillance. Northeastern Regional Chronic Disease Seminar. Kimberly, Wisconsin.
         February 18, 1997.
91. Breast cancer in Milwaukee’s North Shore. Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition. Milwaukee,
        Wisconsin. April 2, 1997.
92. Data registries and research designs in cancer epidemiology. Epidemiologic and Preventive Aspects of
        Cancer. Medical College of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. April 3, 1997.
93. Current public health issues in Wisconsin. Waukesha and Washington County Medical Society
        meeting. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. May 7, 1997.
94. Type II Diabetes. Sauk Prairie Hospital Grand Rounds. Sauk Prairie, Wisconsin. May 1997.
95. Breast cancer epidemiology—from research to practice. Cancer Genetics: Are YOU reedy for gene
        testing? Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center Genetics Conference. Madison, Wisconsin.
        June 13, 1997.

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96. The pharmacology of nicotine and smoking cessation. Summer Institute on Pharmacology of
       Psychoactive Drugs. Center for Addiction Research and Education. Madison, WI. Jul 1997.
97. Race, poverty, and public health. Wisconsin Dietetic Association Annual Conference. Milwaukee,
       Wisconsin. October 3, 1997.
98. Does lifestyle affect abilities and disease? “Designs for the Future: Wisconsin Aging and Long Term
       Care Resources Fall Conference.” Madison, Wisconsin. October 7-8, 1997.
99. Cigarette smoking: the clinician's role in cessation, prevention, and public health. Grand Rounds.
       Beloit Memorial Hospital. Beloit, Wisconsin. October 15, 1997.
100. Public health impact of the global tobacco settlement. The So-Called Global Tobacco Settlement: Its
       Implications for Public Health and Public Policy. Madison, Wisconsin. October 16, 1997.
101. Cancer trends in the elderly. Geriatrics Grand Rounds, UW Department of Medicine. Madison,
       Wisconsin. October 20, 1997.
102. Cancer data quality—implications for public health. Annual meeting of the Wisconsin Cancer
       Registrars. Middleton, Wisconsin. October 23, 1997.
103. Research on social marketing for health promotion (facilitator). First Annual Health Services
       Research Conference. Madison, Wisconsin. October 23, 1997.
104. The epidemiology of breast cancer in Wisconsin. Comprehensive Breast Care Clinic. UW Medical
       School. Madison, Wisconsin. November 3, 1997.
105. Prevention of breast cancer: is it time for guidelines? Women’s Health Forum. UW Department of
       Medicine. Madison, Wisconsin. December 2, 1997.
106. Making the most of public health data. Risky Behavior: A workshop on lifestyle and health
       databases. Sponsored by the Missouri School of Journalism and the Missouri Department of
       Health. St. Louis, MO, January 23-25, 1998.
107. Monitoring trends in cancer in the U.S. Sinai Samaritan Department of Medicine Grand Rounds.
       Milwaukee, Wisconsin. February 13, 1998.
108. Measuring Progress in the war on cancer. University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center
       Grand Rounds. Madison, Wisconsin. February 18, 1998.
109. Cancer trends in Wisconsin. Beloit College. Beloit, Wisconsin, March 16, 1998.
110. Cancer trends: Does screening and early detection improve outcomes? Laboratory Medicine
       Conference, UW Hospitals and Clinics. Madison, Wisconsin. April 9, 1998.
111. Making progress in the war on cancer. American Cancer Society, Wisconsin Division Representative
       Assembly meeting. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. May 1, 1998.
112. Chronic Disease Epidemiology. University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. Health Promotion lecture.
       Stevens Point, Wisconsin, May 4, 1998.
113. Effective programs and policies to prevent youth smoking. “Put Families First: Programs and
       Policies to Prevent Youth Smoking and Substance Abuse: What Works?” UW Cooperative
       Extension Conference. Whitewater, Wisconsin. May 6, 1998.
114. Marketing and chronic disease prevention. Brown County Health 2000, Green Bay, Wisconsin. May
       18, 1998.
115. Trends in Cancer. Wisconsin Cancer Council Meeting. Madison, Wisconsin, May 27, 1998.
116. Does lifestyle affect abilities and disease? Recent trends. The Eighth Annul Gerontology
       Conference: Aging well in the New Millennium. University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha,
       Wisconsin, June 5, 1998.
117. Important things to know about cancer and cancer survivorship. Cancer Education and Survivorship
       Training for Wisconsin'’ Tribes. Black River Falls, Wisconsin. August 19, 1998.
118. Making the most of public health data. A computer-assisted workshop on lifestyle and health
       databases. Sponsored by the Missouri School of Journalism and the Missouri Department of
       Health. Kansas City, MO, September 11-13, 1998.
119. Current issues in elderly nutrition: Nutrition in a changing long term care environment, UW
       Extension Conference. Madison, WI. September 18, 1998.



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120. The epidemiology of tobacco use in Wisconsin. Tobacco research symposium. Center for Tobacco
       Research and Intervention Research Symposium, September 22, 1998, Madison, Wisconsin.
121. Diabetes goals and standards of treatment. University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Nursing
       Continuing Education Diabetes Educator Intitiative. Madison, WI. February 4, 1999.
122. Public health care workforce supply and distribution. Promoting healthier communities in
       Wisconsin. Division of Public Health and Area Health Education Centers Conference. Wisconsin
       Dells, Wisconsin. October 7, 1999.
123. The health effects of environmental tobacco smoke. Kenosha Hospital and Medical Center.
       Kenosha, Wisconsin. October 19, 1999.
124. The current status of diabetes in Wisconsin. Southeast Wisconsin Diabetes Forum, Medical Society
       of Milwaukee County. September 1, 1999.
125. Prostate cancer: Get the facts. American Cancer Society Lay Health Education Training. Madison,
       Wisconsin. June 18, 1999.
126. Mass media interventions to prevent tobacco use. Wisconsin Medicaid Program Conference:
       Developing a Public/Private Approach to Tobacco Addiction. Madison, Wisconsin. Jan 1999.
127. Regional variation in breast cancer in Wisconsin. Horizons in Developmental and Molecular
       Toxicology Seminar Series. Madison, Wisconsin. April 12, 1999.
128. Progress in Cancer Control in Wisconsin. American Cancer Society Midwest Division Cancer
       Control Conference. La Crosse, WI. March 1-3, 1999.
129. Trends in mortality among Wisconsin’s elderly. UW Geriatrics and Gerontology Research Seminar.
       Madison, Wisconsin, February 9, 2000.
130. Wisconsin Cancer Control Update: Are we reducing death rates from the leading causes of cancer?
       Comprehensive Cancer Center Grand Rounds. Madison, Wisconsin, March 8, 2000.
131. Monitoring quality of health care. Wisc. Division of Health Care Financing Seminar. May 9, 2000.
132. Measuring progress in improving population health in Wisconsin. Keynote Speaker: Aurora Health
       Care, Second Annual Rieselbach Scientific Day Lecture. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 2000.
133. Trends in your smoking in Wisconsin. Tobacco-Free Communities. Wisconsin Public Health
       Association. Madison, Wisconsin, June 15, 2000.
134. Strategies to prevent youth smoking. UW Department of Professional Development and Applied
       Studies Summer Institute: Tobacco Education, Working Across the Curriculum. Madison,
       Wisconsin, June 20, 2000.
135. Tobacco evaluation and monitoring. Wisconsin Tobacco Control Board, Youth Prevention
       Subcommittee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, July 6, 2000; Statewide Programs Subcommittee,
       Madison, Wisconsin, July 13, 2000; and Eau Claire, Wisconsin, August, 2000.
136. Smoking prevalence, attitudes, and awareness. UW Department of Professional Development and
       Applied Studies Summer Institute: Pharmacology of Psychoactive Drugs Course, Madison,
       Wisconsin, July 14, 2000.
137. Creating Health Project. Wisconsin Public Television Series. September 2000.
138. Epidemiology of Tobacco Use. Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention Annual Tobacco
       Symposium. Madison, Wisconsin, September 26, 2000.
139. Who smokes in Wisconsin? Wisconsin’s Tobacco-Free Future. Wisconsin Dells, Nov. 2000.
140. Healthy Living: What is a Healthy Lifestyle? Madison Area Science Forum, 2001. Madison,
       Wisconsin, February 5, 2001.
141. Progress in Tobacco Control in Wisconsin. American Cancer Society Legislative Day. Madison,
       Wisconsin. March 2001.
142. The Epidemiology of Tobacco Use in Wisconsin. American Heart Association Annual Meeting.
       Madison, Wisconsin. May 2001.
143. The State of Public Health in Wisconsin in 2000. League of Women’s Voters Annual Conference.
       Ripon, Wisconsin. June 1, 2001.
144. The Prevention Continuum. South Dakota Annual Public Health Conference, Pierre, South Dakota.
       June 2001.

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145. The Wisconsin Collaborative Diabetes Project: Surveillance of Quality Indicators. 2001 South
       Dakota Public Health Conference. Pierre, South Dakota, June, 2001.
146. WPHI Summer Public Health Assessment Workshop. Madison, Wisconsin. June 8, 2001.
147. Tobacco Education: Teaching Across the Curriculum. UW Extension Course for Teachers. Madison,
       Wisconsin. June 18-22, 2001.
148. Epidemiology Studies. Short Course in Clinical Research. Clinical Investigator Preparatory Program
       (CIPP). Fluno Center, Madison, Wisconsin. July 18, 2001.
149. Breast Cancer and the Environment. Milwaukee Chapter of the Hadassah, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
       September 10, 2001.
150. Tobacco Use Trends in Wisconsin. 2nd Annual Wisconsin Tobacco Research Symposium.
       Pewaukee, Wisconsin. September 12, 2001.
151. Nutrition and Chronic Disease (keynote): Current Issues in Elderly Nutrition. UW Extension.
       Madison, Wisconsin. October 2001.
152. A Public Health Approach to Preventing Obesity. UW Medical Scholars Program. Madison, WI.
       October 2001.
153. Regional Variation in Breast Cancer. Center for Demography and Ecology Training Seminar.
       Madison WI. October 2001.
154. Cancer Control Update 2002. American Cancer Society Legislative Day. Madison, Wisconsin.
       March 2002.
155. Success leads to failure: The changing profile of today’s smoker. Taking Tobacco Control into the
       Future. Statewide Tobacco Control Conference. Madison, WI. April 2002.
156. The challenges of breast cancer research: what are the risk factors? Fourth annual symposium on
       developmental & molecular toxicology. Madison, Wisconsin. June 5, 2002.
157. Review and Assessment of Strategies to Prevent Youth Smoking. UW-Madison Summer Institute
       Tobacco Education Course: Working Across the Curriculum. Madison, Wisconsin. July 2002.
158. Improving population health. Physician Plus Board of Director's Annual meeting. Madison, WI. May
       2004.
159. Methods to measure and monitor health in Wisconsin. AHEC Short Course lecture. Madison, WI.
       May 2005.
160. Ranking the health of Wisconsin Counties. Wisconsin Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
       Stevens Point, WI. June 2004.
161. Translating science into practice. Medical College of Wisconsin Summer Research Program lecture.
       Milwaukee, WI. June 2004.
162. Progress in Cancer Control in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Cancer Council Annual meeting. Madison, WI.
       June 2004.
163. Cancer Clusters in Wisconsin. Beloit Hospital Grand Rounds. Beloit, WI. September 2004.
164. Community Health Improvement. Marshfield Medical Research Foundation, Marshfield, WI. Oct
       12, 2004.
165. County health rankings and disparities in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Medical Alumni 2005 Winter
       meeting. Milwaukee, WI February 26, 2005.
166. Community-wide initiatives in population health risk reduction. Managing health care costs—
       managing risks. WEA Trust Conference. Madison, WI April 27, 2005.
167. Wisconsin’s 2005 Cancer Prevention and Control Priorities. Wisconsin’s Comprehensive Cancer
       Control Plan: Transition to Implementation Summit. Madison, WI. April 21, 2005.
168. Health and Health Care in Wisconsin (keynote). League of Women Voters of Wisconsin and
       Wisconsin Women’s Network Legislative Day. Madison, WI April 12, 2005.
169. Reducing cardiovascular risk in Wisconsin. Cardiovascular Health Conference: Plan for Health
       Disease and Stroke Prevention, 2005-2009. Madison, WI. June 21, 2005.
170. Diabetes and Wisconsin’s County Health Rankings. Diabetes Advisory Committee meeting.
       Madison, WI. July 21, 2005.
171. Trends in obesity in Wisconsin. UW Mini-Medical School. Madison, WI. August, 2005.

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172. Nutrition and cardiovascular disease. Nutrition and Aging Conference. UW Extension Conference.
       Madison, WI. September 22, 2005.
173. Panelist: Transdiciplinary Studies in Health and Society Working Group Madison, WI. October 14-
       15, 2005.
174. Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State. DHFS Managers Retreat. Madison, WI. November 29,
       2005.
175. Improving population health. Green County Healthy Communities Coalition meeting. Monroe, WI.
       December 21, 2005.
176. Public health challenges in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Medical Alumni Winter meeting. Milwaukee, WI
       February 9, 2006.
177. Comprehensive Cancer Control: The Wisconsin Experience. National Meeting of the NCI Cancer
       Information Service. Washington DC. March 2006.
178. The Causes and Consequences of the End-Stage Renal Disease Epidemic in the US. World Kidney
       Day Conference. Madison, WI. March 9, 2006.
179. Evaluating Diagnostic and Screening Tests. Sauk Prairie Hospital Grand Rounds. May, 2006
180. Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State: Measuring the Burden of Disease. UW Population Health
       Seminar. Madison, Wisconsin. September 18, 2006.
181. Steps to a Healthier Portage County. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. October 2006.
182. Progress in the War on Cancer? UW Comprehensive Cancer Center Grand Rounds. Madison,
       Wisconsin. September 27. 2006.
183. Steps Toward a Healthier Dane County: What’s the Evidence? Dane County Public Nursing
       Conference. Madison, Wisconsin. November 2006
184. End-Stage Renal Disease and Population Health. Annual Conference of the Council of Nephrology
       Social Workers. Madison, Wisconsin. November 2006.
185. Measuring Population Health in Wisconsin. RWJ-Public Health and Health Policy Horizons
       Conferences (Waukesha and Wausau). December 2006.
186. Wisconsin’s County Health Rankings. Juneau County Public Health Board meeting. Mauston,
       Wisconsin. January 2007.
187. The Health of Wisconsin Counties. Excellent Education for Essential Endeavors in Primary Care.
       Madison, Wisconsin. February 15-16, 2007
188. Public Health: What it is and How it Works. UW Health Professions Society, March 13, 2007.
189. Measuring Progress in the War on Cancer. Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition, Advocacy Day.
       March 6, 2007.
190. Wisconsin County Health Rankings. Fond du Lac, WI. April 11, 2007.
191. Confronting the Diabetes Epidemic. Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin Annual Conference. Madison,
       April 24-25.
192. What can Wisconsin do to Reduce Childhood Obesity? 2007 Promoting Childhood Fitness
       Conference, Madison, Wisconsin. April, 2007
193. The Wisconsin County Health Rankings. National Network of Public Health Institutes Annual
       Meeting, lecture and workshop. New Orleans, LA. May, 2007.
194. Working Outside the Box. Dept. of Medicine Fellows Orientation. Madison, WI. July, 2007.
195. The Health of Wisconsin Report Card. Wisconsin Legislative Hearing. July, 2007.
196. Wisconsin County Health Rankings. Wisconsin Health Officers Bi-Monthly Webcast, Auguestt 24,
       2007.
197. Public Health: Working Outside the Box. Family Medicine Residency Program. Madison, WI.
       September 19, 2007.
198. Wisconsin County Health Rankings: Bridging Medicine and Public Health. Dane County Medical
       Society Annual Meeting. Oct 9, 2007.
199. Paradigms in Public Health Communication. Healthy Wisconsin Leadership Institute. September
       2007.
200. Improving Population Health. Pediatric Residency Program. Madison, WI. Nov 2007.

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201. Using Law in Chronic Disease. CDC Grand Rounds. Atlanta, GA. Nov, 2007.
202. Planning for Community Health Improvement. LOCUS Fellow Retreat. Madison, WI. Nov, 2007.
203. Measuring Health “Quality” in Communities. Wisconsin Primary Health Care Conference. Nov 16,
       2007.
204. Eliminating Health Disparities in Wisconsin. UW Population Health Institute Biannual Conference.
       Milwaukee, WI Nov, 2007.
205. Using Public Health Surveillance to Improve Population Health. UW Department of Population
       Health Sciences Seminar. Dec 3, 2007.
206. What’s Going on in Public Health? Teachers’ Conference. Marshfield, Wiscconsin. February 2008.
207. Trends in Smoking in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Cancer Council meeting. Green Bay, Wisconsin. May
       2008.
208. Using Public Health Surveillance to Improve Population Health. Wisconsin Research Network
       (WREN) Annual meeting. Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. May 2008.
209. The Role for Physicians in Tobacco Control. Beijing and Inner Mongolia, China. June 2008.
210. Research to Practice: Lost in Translation. Yale Public Health Systems and Services Research
       Conference. Washington DC, June 2008.
211. Public Health: Working Outside the Box. Beaver Dam Community Hospital. Beaver Dam,
       Wisconsin. September 2008.
212. Assessing the Health of a Community. St. Croix County Health Coalition. Hudson, Wisconsin.
       September 2008.
213. Progress in Cancer Control: Maximizing Collaboration, Minimizing Disparities. 2008 Iowa Cancer
       Summit. Des Moines, Iowa. October 2008.
214. Working Upstream: Pharmacy Practice and Public Health. UW Annual Pharmacy Conference.
       Madison, Wisconsin. October 2008.
215. Progress in Cancer Control. UW Comprehensive Cancer Center Grand Rounds. Madison,
       Wisconsin. October 2008.
216. Breast Cancer Research: Progress or Promise. UW School of Medicine and Public Health Seminar.
       Madison, Wisconsin. November 2008.
217. Eliminating Health Disparities in Milwaukee, Medical Grand Rounds. Aurora St. Luke’s Medical
       Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. December 2008.
218. Using Public Health Surveillance to Improve Population Health. Dartmouth College CHPR
       Conference. Hanover, New Hampshire. January 2009.
219. Making Wisconsin the Healthiest State. UW Population Health Annual Conference: Real Talk for
       Real Action. Madison, Wisconsin. January 2009.
220. Medicine and Public Health: Strange Bedfellows? Alpha Epsilon Delta Student Association Annual
       meeting. Madison, Wisconsin. February 2009.
221. Medicine and Public Health: Strange Bedfellows? Alpha Epsilon Delta Student Association Annual
       meeting and Health Education Leadership Program. UW-Madison. Madison, Wisconsin. February
       2009.
222. Working Upstream in Mental Health. Behavioral Health: Embracing Health and Wellness. American
       College of Mental Health Administrators Annual Conference. Santa Fe, New Mexico. March
       2009.
223. Emerging Frameworks for Healthier Populations. Wisconsin Health Education Network (WHEN)
       Annual Conference. Madison, Wisconsin. April 2009.




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