Jo Anne Earp, ScD

Dr. Jo Anne Earp

Health Behavior

Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
363 Rosenau Hall
Campus Box 7440
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7440
T: 919-966-3903
F: 919-966-2921
1974          Johns Hopkins  University           ScD, Behavioral Sciences

HBEH 727          Patient Advocacy          Syllabus

Research interests

Cancer prevention and control
Health behavior
Health care delivery
Health communication
Health disparity reduction
Minority health
Patient advocacy
Sexually transmitted diseases
Women’s health

Select publications

Hanson, L.C., Green, M.A., Hayes, M., Diehl, S.J., Warnock, S., Corbie-Smith, G., Lin, F., Earp, J.A. (2014).
Circles of Care: Implementation and evaluation of support teams for African Americans with cancer.
Health Education & Behavior, 41(3): 281-298.

Lieberman, L., Golden, S.D., and Earp, J.A. (2013).
Structural Approaches to Health Promotion: What Do We Need to Know About Policy and Environment Change?
Health Education & Behavior, 40(5): 520-525.

Golin, C.E., Earp, J.A., Grodensky, C.A., Patel, S.N., Suchindran, C., et al. (2012).
Longitudinal Effects of SafeTalk, a Motivational Interviewing-Based Program to Improve Safer Sex Practices Among People Living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS and Behavior, 16(5): 1182-1191.

Golden, S.D. and Earp, J.A. (2012).
Social Ecological Approaches to Individuals and Their Contexts: Twenty Years of Health Education & Behavior Health Promotion Interventions.
Health Education & Behavior, 39(3): 364-372.

Gierisch, J.M., Earp, J.A., Brewer, N.T., Rimer, B.K. (2010).
Longitudinal Predictors of Non-adherence to Maintenance of Mammography.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 19:1103-1111.

Ayala, G.X., Vaz, L., Earp, J.A., Elder, J.P., Cherrington, A. (2010).
Outcome effectiveness of the lay health advisor model among Latinos in the United States: An examination by role.
Health Education Research, 25(5): 815-840.

Earp, J.A., French, E.A., and Gilkey, M.B. (eds.) (2007).
Patient Advocacy for Healthcare Quality: Strategies for Achieving Patient-Centered Care.
Jones and Bartlett;  Sudbury, MA [book].

Rauscher, G.H., Earp, J.A., and O’Malley, M. (2004).
Relation Between Intervention Exposures, Changes in Attitudes, and Mammography Use in the North Carolina Breast Cancer Screening Program.
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 13: 741-747.