Jim Thomas, PhD
EpidemiologyJim Thomas’s website
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1998||Fuller Theological Seminary, CA||Ethics|
|1987||University of California, Los Angeles||PhD, Epidemiology|
|1982||University of California, Los Angeles||MPH, Population and Family Health|
|1977||University of California, Davis||BS, Nutrition Science|
|EPID 826||Social Epidemiology: Concepts and Measures||Syllabus|
|Research and practice interests
Ethics in public health emergencies
Deputy Director for HIV and Infectious Diseases, MEASURE Evaluation Project, Carolina Population Center
|Thomas JC, Torrone E, Browning C (2010)
Neighborhood characteristics affecting sexually transmitted disease rates in Chicago.
Journal of Urban Health: vol.87, p.102-12.
Thomas JC, Isler MR, Carter C, Torrone E (2007)
An interagency network perspective on HIV prevention..
Sexually Transmitted Disease: vol.34, p.71-75.
Thomas JC, Torrone E. (2006)
Incarceration as forced migration: Selected community health effects.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.96, p.1762-5.
Thomas JC, Sage M, Dillenberg J, Guillory VJ (2002)
A code of ethics for public health.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.1057-9, p.1057-9.
Thomas JC, Thomas K. (1999)
Things ain’t what they ought to be: Social forces underlying high rates of sexually transmitted diseases in a rural North Carolina county.
Social Science & Medicine: vol.49, p.1075-84.