Presentations & Publications

Presentations

Suah Y, Nusrath S, Agu C, Gardiner HM. (2018, April). Transplant-related communication among patients with end-stage renal disease: a systematic literature review. Temple University TURF-CreWS; Philadelphia, PA.

Kelly P, Agu C, Urbanski M, Gardiner HM, Gordon EJ. (2018, April). Factors impacting older Latinas’ likelihood of registering as posthumous organ donors. Temple University TURF-CreWS; Philadelphia, PA.

Moorech M, Agu C, Gardiner H. (2018, April). Organ donation and donor registration attitudes, knowledge and behaviors among older Hispanic women and Hispanic community health workers. Temple University TURF-CreWS; Philadelphia, PA.

Schupler M, Urbanski M, Agu C, Gardiner HM. (2018, April). Body mass index and patient eligibility for kidney transplantation. Temple University TURF-CreWS; Philadelphia, PA.

Agu C, Gordon E, Siminoff L, Alolod G, Kim R, Gonzalez T, Montalvo A, Lopez E, Munoz O, Arriola J, Benitez A, Hernandez I, Guinansaca N, Traino H. (2017, November). Organ donation attitudes and behaviors among older Hispanic women and Hispanic community health workers: Formative research to inform a culturally-competent mobile health education intervention. American Public Health Association 2017 Annual Meeting & Expo; Atlanta, GA.

Agu C, Yuen E, Thomson M, Traino H. (2017, November). How is health literacy measured? A review and critical appraisal of existing measures. International Conference on Communication and Healthcare; Baltimore, MD.

Davis S, Traino HM. (2017, October). Reflecting on religion and health: an expanded think, pair, share classroom activity. Temple University College of Public Health Teaching Symposium; Philadelphia, PA.

Agu C, Traino H. (2017, October). Increasing ESRD patients’ discussion and pursuit of living donor kidney transplantation through communication skills training. International Conference on Communication and Healthcare; Baltimore, MD.

Nusrath S, Agu C, Traino H. (2017, October). Health literacy, medical mistrust, and renal patient’s communication about transplantation. International Conference on Communication and Healthcare; Baltimore, MD.

Calvo EM, Maffit J, Fennel L, Traino HM. (2017, April). Increasing knowledge and screening rates for diabetic retinopathy among ethnic minorities: a scoping review. TURF-CREWS, Temple University; Philadelphia, PA.

Agu C, Yuen E, Urbanski M, Traino HM. (2017, April). Using communication skills training to increase discussion of kidney transplantation among patients with ESRD. Pennsylvania Public Health Association; Lancaster, PA.

Inaganti S, Hughes M, Urbanski M, Agu C, Traino HM. (2017, April). Transplant professionals’ perspectives on obesity as a barrier to kidney transplantation. Pennsylvania Public Health Association; Lancaster, PA.

Calvo EM, Maffit J, Fennel L, Traino HM. (2017, April). Increasing knowledge and screening rates for diabetic retinopathy among ethnic minorities: a scoping review. Pennsylvania Public Health Association; Lancaster, PA.

Publications

Mosavel M, Barker KL, Gardiner HM, Siminoff LA. Responsiveness and adaptability in community engaged biobanking research: experiences from a Hispanic community. Journal of Community Genetics. In press.

Macvean E, Yuen E, Traino HM. Attitudes of physicians in Australia when converting potential organ donors: a qualitative analysis. Journal of Health Psychology. In press.

Yuen E, Thompson M, Traino HM. Measuring nutrition and food literacy in adults: A systematic review and appraisal of existing measurement tools. Health Literacy Research and Practice. In press.

Siminoff LA, Wilson-Genderson M, Gardiner HM, Mosavel M, Barker KL. Consent to a Postmortem Tissue Procurement Study: Distinguishing Family Decision Makers’ Knowledge of the GTEx Project. Biopreserv Biobank. 2018; doi:10.1089/bio.2017.0115.

Wilson-Genderson M, Barker KL, Gardiner HM, Mosavel M, Thomas J, Siminoff LA. Authorization of tissues from deceased patients for genetic research. Human Genetics. 2018;137:63-71.

Siminoff LA, Traino HM, Wilson Genderson M, Shafer TJ. How inaccurate metrics hide the true potential for organ donation in the United States. Progress in Transplantation. 2018;28(1):12-18.

Siminoff LA, Wilson-Genderson M, Mosavel M, Barker L, Trgina J, Traino HM, Nathan HM, Hasz RD, Walters G. Impact of cognitive load on family decision maker recall and understanding of Genotype-Tissue Expression Project (GTEx) Donation Requests. Journal of Clinical Ethics. 2017;29(1):20-30.

Traino HM, Molisani A, Siminoff LA. Regional differences in communication process and outcomes of requests for solid organ donation. American Journal of Transplantation. 2017; 17(6):1620-1627. PMID: 27982508

Siminoff LA, Alolod GP, Wilson Genderson M, Yuen EYN, Traino HM. A comparison of the request process and outcomes in Donation after Cardiac Death (DCD) and Donation after Brain Death (DBD): Results from a national study. American Journal of Transplantation. 2017; 17(5):1278-1285. PMID: 27753206

Gillespie A, Fink EL, Traino HM, Uversky A, Bass SB, Greener J, Hunt J, Browne T, Hammer H, Reese P, Obradovic Z. Hemodialysis clinic social networks, sex differences and renal transplantation. American Journal of Transplantation. 2017. doi: 10.1111/ajt.14273. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 28316126

Urbanski M, Browne T, Constantinescu S, Gillespie A, Hammer H, Ghanta M, Traino HM. Perceptions of long-term care residents’ candidacy for kidney transplantation: A survey of transplant professionals. Progress in Transplantation. 2017;27(2):146-151. PMID: 28617165

Siminoff LA, Wilson-Genderson M, Mosavel M, Barker L, Trgina J, Traino HM. Confidentiality in biobanking research: a comparison of donor and nondonor families’ understanding of risks. Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers. 2017;21(3):171-177. PMID: 28121471

Traino HM, West SM, §Nonterah CW, §St. Clair Russell J, Yuen E. Communicating about Choices in Transplantation (COACH): Results of a pilot test using matched controls. Progress in Transplantation. 2016;27(1):31-38. PMID: 27888276

Traino HM, Nonterah CW, Gupta G, Mincemoyer J. Living kidney donors’ information needs and preferences. Progress in Transplantation. 2016;26(1):47-54. PMID: 27136249

Alolod GP, Traino HM, Siminoff LA. Utility and usability of the Rapid Assessment of hospital Procurement Barriers in Donation (RAPiD) as a tool for hospital development staff. Progress in Transplantation. 2016;26(3):241-248. PMID: 27323955

Carithers LJ, Ardlie K, Brcus M, Branton PA, Britton A, Buia SA, Compton CC, Deluca D, Peter-Demchok JP, Gelfand E, Guan P, Lockhart NC, Rabiner CA, Robinson KL, Roche NV, Sawyer SJ, Segre A, Shive CE, Smith AM, Sobin LH, Undale AH, Valentino KM, Vaught JB, Young T, Korzeniewski GE, Moore HM on behalf of the GTEx Consortium. A novel approach to high-quality post-mortem tissue procurement: The GTEx program. Biopreserv Biobank. 2015;13(5):311-319.

Traino HM, Siminoff LA. Keep it going: Maintaining health conversations using relational and instrumental approaches. Health Communication. 2015;31(3):1-12. PMID: 26325602

Traino HM, Nonterah CW, Cyrus J, Gillespie A, §Urbanski M, Adair-Kriz M. Disparities in the completion of steps to kidney transplantation: protocol for a systematic review. BMJ Open. 2015;5(9):e008677. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-008677. PMID: 26351187

The GTEx Consortium. The Geneotype-Tissue Expression (GTEx) pilot analysis: multi-tissue gene regulation in humans. Science. 2015;348(6235):648-660. PMID: 25954001

Siminoff LA, Traino HM, Mosavel M, Barker LK, Gudger G, Undale A, andthe GTEx Consortium. Family decision maker perspectives on the return of genetic results in biobanking research. Genet Med. 2016;18(1):82-88. PMID: 25856669

Siminoff LA, Wilson Genderson M, Traino HM. Communicating Effectively about Organ Donation: a randomized trial of a behavioral communication intervention to improve discussions about donation. Transplantation Direct. 2015;1(2). doi: 10.1097/TXD.00000000000000513. PMID: 26146659

Siminoff LA, Molisani A, Traino HM. A comparison of family authorization for adult and pediatric organ donation. Pediatrics. 2015;136(1): e108-14. PMID: 26034251

Traino HM. Communication self-efficacy, perceived conversational difficulty and renal patients’ discussions about transplantation. Patient Education & Counseling. 2014;94:180-186. PMID: 242800037

Traino HM, Siminoff LA. Attitudes and acceptance of first person authorization: a national comparison of donor and nondonor families. Journal of Trauma. 2013;74(1):294-300. PMID: 23147186

Siminoff LA, Agyemang AA, Traino HM. Consent to organ donation: a review. Progress in Transplantation. 2013;23(1):99-104. PMID: 23448829

Siminoff LA, Traino HM. Consenting to donation: an examination of current practices in informed consent to tissue donation. Cell & Tissue Banking. 2013;14(1):85-95.             PMID: 22395736

Traino HM, Alolod GP, Shafer T, Siminoff LA. Interim results of a national test of the Rapid Assessment of Hospital Procurement Barriers in Donation (RAPiD). American Journal of Transplantation. 2012;12(11):3094-3103. PMID: 22900761

Siminoff LA, Traino HM, Gordon N. An exploratory study of relational, persuasive and nonverbal communication in requests for tissue donation. Journal of Health Communication. 2011;16(9):955-975. PMID: 21512935

Siminoff LA, Marshall HM, Gordon N. Determinants of family consent to tissue donation. Journal of Trauma. 2010;69(4):956-963. PMID: 20526212

Siminoff LA, Traino HM. Improving Donation Outcomes: Hospital Development and the Rapid Assesment of hospital Procurement barriers in Donation (RAPiD). Progress in Transplantation. 2009;19(2):1-8. PMID: 19588669

Siminoff L, Marshall HM. The Rapid Assessment of hospital Procurement barriers in Donation (RaPID): Assessing hospitals for change. Journal of Healthcare Quality. 2009:31(4):24-33. PMID: 19753805

Siminoff L, Marshall HM, Dumenci L, Bowen G, Swaminathan A, Gordon N. Communicating Effectively about Donation (CEaD): An educational intervention to increase consent to donation. Progress in Transplantation. 2009;19(1):1-9. PMID: 19341061

Marshall HM, Reinhart AM, Tutzauer F, Feeley TH. Comparing college students’ value-, outcome-, and impression-relevant involvement in health-related issues. Health Communication. 2008;23(2):171-183. PMID: 18444003

Reinhart AM, Marshall HM, Tutzauer F, Feely TH. The persuasive effects of message-framing in organ donation: the mediating role of psychological reactance. Communication Monographs. 2007;74(2):229-255.

Feeley TH, Marshall HM, Reinhart AM. Reactions to narrative and Statistical messages promoting organ donation: A replication and extension of Kopfman, Smith, Ah Yun and Hodges (1998). Communication Reports. 2006;19(2):89-100.

Marshall HM, Feely TH. A normative approach to shaping college students’ attitudes toward organ donation. Communication Studies. 2006;57(4):435-453.