Tonja R. Nansel, Ph.D.

Current Position: Senior Investigator, Health Behavior Branch
Division of Intramural Population Health Research
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health & Human Development
National Institutes of Health
Address: 6710B Rockledge Dr., MSC 7004
Bethesda, Maryland 20892
301-435-6937
301-402-2084 (fax)
nanselt@mail.nih.gov
Education: 1998 PhD, Community/Clinical Psychology, Wichita State University


1995 MA, Community/Clinical Psychology, Wichita State University


1988 BSN, Nursing, Fort Hays State University

License: Registered Nurse, Kansas State Board of Nursing

Academic, Research, & Professional Experience:

Postdoctoral Fellow, Prevention Research Branch, Division of Epidemiology, Statistics, and Prevention Research, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Bethesda, Maryland 9/98 to 10/01

Predoctoral Intern, Office of Community Health Cooperative Extension Service, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, 8/96 to 8/98

Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, 8/91 to 7/96

Nursing Research and Development Specialist; Professional Care Home Health Services, Wichita, Kansas, 6/94 to 7/96

Registered Nurse, Psychiatric Home Health Care Services; Professional Care Home Health Services, Wichita, Kansas, 10/93 to 7/96

Registered Nurse, Behavioral Health, Via Christi Regional Medical Center, St. Francis Campus, Wichita, Kansas, 5/88 to 7/96

Teaching:

Graduate & Undergraduate Education

Psychology of Health and Illness (undergraduate), Wichita State University, 1995-1996

Advanced Research Methods Lab (graduate), Wichita State University; 1993-1996

Introduction to Psychology (undergraduate), Wichita State University, 1994-1995

Guest Lecturing

George Washington University; School of Public Health and Health Services; A Case Study in Tailored Communications, April 2004

Fort Hays State University; Departments of Psychology and Nursing; Prevention & Health Behavior Change in Primary Care Settings: Challenges & Opportunities, October 2002

Tabor College; Department of Education; Bullying among U.S. Youth, Feb. 2002

George Washington University; Maternal and Child Health; Intentional and Unintentional Injuries, June 2001

Funding:

NICHD Contracts

Principal Investigator, Diet, Obesity, and Weight Change in Pregnancy, NICHD, $3,862,730 2013-2017, Contract #'s HHSN275201300015C (clinical site) and HHSN275201300026I/HHSN27500002 (data coordinating center)

Principal Investigator, Enhancing Carbohydrate Quality in Diabetes Management, NICHD, $4,119,540, 2007-2011. Contract # HHSN267200703434C

Principal Investigator, Family Management of Childhood Diabetes, NICHD, $8,855,719, 2003-2009. Contract #'s N01-HD-4-3361, N01-HD-4-3362, N01-HD-4-3363, N01-HD-4-3364, N01-HD-3-3360.

NICHD Division-Funded Projects

Principal Investigator, Blood Glucose Response to Meals of Varying Glycemic Index in Youth with Type 1 & 2 Diabetes, NICHD, $37,464, 2006.

Principal Investigator, Dissemination of a tailored injury prevention program to facilitate anticipatory guidance in pediatric health care, NICHD, $58,455, 2005-2009.

Principal Investigator, Feasibility and Acceptability Of A Low Glycemic Index Diet In The Diabetes Camp Setting, NICHD, $29,479, 2004.

Principal Investigator, Office-Based Interactive Computer Technology for Promoting Diabetes Self-Management among Youth, NICHD, $70,006, 2002-2003.

Principal Investigator, The Diabetes Management Study, NICHD, $146,382, 2002-2006.

Co-Investigator, Developmental Influences on Management of Type 1 Diabetes, NICHD, $106,246, 2002-2005.

Principal Investigator, Tailored Parent and Physician Messages for Pediatric Injury Prevention, NICHD, $58,050, 2001-2004.

Principal Investigator, Validity of a Self-Report Measure of Home Safety Behaviors, NICHD, $16,086, 2001-2004.

Principal Investigator, The Effectiveness of Tailored Communication for Pediatric Injury Prevention, NICHD, $22,050, 1999-2000.

Awards

National Research Service Award, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Testing a Theoretical Model of HIV and AODA Prevention, $16,789, 1997-1998.

Extramural and Foundation Funding

Community Health Council: Capacity Building and Program Development for an Integrated Future, Health Resources and Services Administration Rural Health Outreach Program, $597,439, 1998-2001. (Member of grant-writing team; served as research assistant on the conduct of the grant activities.)

Youth Environments Promoting Nutrition and Activity, National Institute on Child Health and Human Development (multi-institute collaborative) $1,860,732, 1999-2003. (Member of grant-writing team. Named as project director on grant, but relinquished the position to accept NIH postdoctoral fellowship.)

Co-Investigator, Health Needs Assessment for Children Ages 12 and Under in Cloud County, Kansas, Cloud County Community Resource Council, $8,555, 1996-1997.

Professional Service:

Professional Offices

Special Interest Group Executive Subcommittee of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2014 to present
Co-Chair, Children and Families Special Interest Group, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 2014 to present
Treasurer, Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, 2009-2012
Co-president, Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, 2008-2009
Division 27 (Society for Community Research and Action) Student Representative, 1992-1996

Working Groups

NICHD/NIDDK/NHLBI/ORD expert panel member “Toward a working definition of the metabolic syndrome in children and adolescents,” 2006 – 2007

Health and Safety Organizations Implementation Working Group Subcommittee, Health Resources and Service Administration’s National Bullying Prevention Campaign, 2003-2004

Washington DC William’s Transition ’98 Subcommittee on Health Care Financing, Public Health, and Health Service Delivery, 1998

Professional Meeting Service

Invited Moderator, Clinical Safety—Determining and Delivering Insulin Dosages Using Insulin Pump Therapy, Insulin Pump Safety Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland, November 12, 2008 (Meeting convened at the request of FDA; Klonoff DC, Reyes JS, Insulin pump safety meeting: summary report, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2009; 3(2): 396-402)

Invited Session Chair, Psychosocial-Behavioral Medicine, American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 8, 2009

Institution and Institute Service

Trans-NIH Working Group on Intervention Science, 2015-2017

NIH Women Scientist Advisors, 2011-2016

NICHD Obesity Research Strategic Core, 2008-present

NICHD Consortium for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 2007-present

NIH Search Committee Co-Chair, Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator, Behavioral & Social Sciences, 2013-2014

NIH Search Committee Chair, Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator, Behavioral & Social Sciences, 2012-2013

NIH Search Committee, Earl Stadtman Tenure-Track Investigator, Behavioral & Social Sciences, 2011-2012

NIH Tenure Track Investigators Committee, 2004-2010

Division Service

DIPHR NICHD Tenure and Promotion Committee 2016-present

DIPHR NICHD Biospecimen Repository Access Datasharing Committee, 2013-present

DIPHR NICHD Search Committee Chair, Epidemiology Staff Scientist, 2015

DIPHR NICHD Staff Scientist Evaluation Committee 2014

DIPHR NICHD Professional Development Committee 2014

DIPHR NICHD Tenure-Track Mentoring Policy Committee 2014

DIPHR NICHD Search Committee, Health Behavior Branch Chief, 2013-2014

DESPR NICHD Search Committee Chair, Epidemiology Branch, 2012

DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Branch, 2010

DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Epidemiology Branch Chief, 2009

DESPR NICHD Search Committee, Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Branch, 2009

Grant Review

Diabetes UK 2011

Austrian Science Fund, 2010

Office of Public Health and Science, Prevention and Wellness – Leveraging National Organizations, 2010

Health Research Board, Ireland 2008

Sam Houston State University, Enhancement Grant for Research, 2007

Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, Travel Grant, 2007

American Diabetes Association, Healthy Food Choices Grants, 2005

Ad Hoc Journal Review

American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Appetite, Archives of General Psychiatry, Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, Birth, BMC Public Health, British Journal of Nutrition, Canadian Medical Association Journal, Diabetes Care, Diabetes Metabolism Research & Reviews, Diabetes Research & Clinical Practice, Diabetes Technology, Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, Diabetic Medicine, Health Education & Behavior, Health Education & Behavior, Health Education Research, International Journal of Behavior & Development, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Journal of Adolescent Health, Journal of the American Medical Association, Journal of Early Adolescence, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Journal of Medical Internet Research, Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior, Journal of Obesity, Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Journal of Pediatrics, Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, Lancet, Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease, Nutrients, Nutrition Research, Obesity, Obesity Research, Patient Education & Counseling, Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Pediatric Diabetes, Pediatric Health, Pediatrics, Public Health Nutrition, Social Science & Medicine, Women & Health

Awards:

Fort Hays State University Young Alumni Award, 2002

Society of Behavioral Medicine 2011 Award for Outstanding Research in Child and Family Health

NICHD Mentor of the Year Award, finalist, 2014

Wichita State University Psychology Alumni of the Year Award, 2016, inaugural awardee

Refereed Journal Articles:

Note: Authorship is listed by order of contribution. Papers and presentations in which the first author was under the mentorship of Dr. Nansel or in which last authorship indicates project leadership are indicated by an asterisk (*).

  1. *Eisenberg MH, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Gee B, Liu A, Mehta S, Laffel L. Parent healthful eating attitudes and motivations are prospectively associated with dietary quality among youth with type 1 diabetes. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies (in press).
  2. *Gee BT, Nansel TR, Liu A. Reduction of hypoglycaemic events with a behavioural intervention: a randomized clinical trial for paediatric patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Diabetic Medicine 2017; 34(3): 340-7. PMID: 25763988. PMCID: PMC4589424. DOI: 10.1111/dme.12744 External Web Site Policy
  3. Lipsky LM, Gee B, Liu A, Nansel TR. Body mass index and adiposity indicators associated with cardiovascular biomarkers in youth with type 1 diabetes followed prospectively. Pediatric Obesity 2016 Jul 15. PMID: 27417272. DOI: 10.1111/ijpo.12167 External Web Site Policy
  4. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg MH, Liu A, Mehta SN, Laffel LM. Can families eat better without spending more? Improving diet quality does not increase diet cost in a randomized clinical trial among youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2016; 16(11): 1751-59.e1. PMID: 27597745. PMCID: PMC5085870. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2016.07.005 External Web Site Policy
  5. *Eisenberg MH, Lipsky LM, Dempster KW, Liu A, Nansel TR. I should but I can't: controlled motivation and self-efficacy are related to disordered eating behaviors in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Adolescent Health 2016; 59(5); 537-42. PMID: 27567063. PMCID: PMC5077655. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2016.06.008 External Web Site Policy
  6. Lipsky LM, Gee B, Liu A, Nansel TR. Glycemic control and variability in association with body mass index and body composition over 18 months in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 2016; 120: 97-103. PMID: 27525365. DOI: 10.1016/j.diabres.2016.07.028 External Web Site Policy
  7. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Liu A. Greater diet quality is associated with more optimal glycemic control in a longitudinal study of youth with type 1 diabetes. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2016; 104(1): 81-7. PMID: 27194309. PMCID: PMC4919526. DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.115.126136 External Web Site Policy
  8. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Siega-Riz AM, Burger K, Faith M, Liu A. Pregnancy Eating Attributes Study (PEAS): a cohort study examining behavioral and environmental influences on diet and weight change in pregnancy and postpartum. BMC Nutrition 2016; 2:45. DOI: 10.1186/s40795-016-0083-5
  9. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg MH, Haynie DL, Liu D, Simons-Morton B. Greater food reward sensitivity is associated with more frequent intake of discretionary foods in a nationally representative sample of young adults. Frontiers in Nutrition 2016; 3:33. PMID:27588287. PMCID: PMC4989129. DOI: 10.3389/fnut.2016.00033 External Web Site Policy
  10. Nansel TR, Thomas DM, Liu A. Efficacy of a behavioral intervention for pediatric type 1 diabetes across income. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2015; 49(6): 930-4. PMID: 26231856. PMCID: PMC4706073. DOI: 10.1016/j.amepre.2015.05.006 External Web Site Policy
  11. Nansel TR, Laffel LM, Haynie DL, Mehta SN, Lipsky LM, Volkening LK, Butler DA, Higgins LA, Liu A. Improving dietary quality in youth with type 1 diabetes: randomized clinical trial of a family-based behavioral intervention. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2015; 12:58. PMID: 25952160. PMCID: PMC4436744. DOI: 10.1186/s12966-015-0214-4 External Web Site Policy
  12. *Quick V, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Autonomous and controlled motivation for healthful eating in youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and their parents. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015; 115(9): A48.
  13. Mehta SN, Nansel TR, Volkening LK, Butler DA, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Validation of a contemporary adherence measure for children with type 1 diabetes: the Diabetes Management Questionnaire. Diabetic Medicine 2015;32(9): 1232-8. PMID: 26280463. PMCID: PMC4802856. DOI: 10.1111/dme.12682 External Web Site Policy
  14. Nansel T, Haynie D, Lipsky L, Mehta S, Laffel L. Little variation in diet cost across wide ranges of overall dietary quality among youth with type 1 diabetes. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2015; 115(3): 433-9.e1. PMID: 25266245. PMCID: PMC4344866. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2014.07.035 External Web Site Policy
  15. *Caccavale LJ, Nansel TR, Quick, V., Lipsky, LM, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Associations of disordered eating behaviors with the family diabetes environment in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2015; 36(1): 8-13. PMID: 25493461. PMCID: PMC4276537. DOI: 10.1097/DBP.0000000000000116 External Web Site Policy
  16. *Quick V, Nansel TR, Liu D, Lipsky LM, Due P, Iannotti RJ. Body size perception and weight control in youth: 9-year international trends from 24 countries. International Journal of Obesity 2014; 38(7): 988-94. PMID: 24722544. PMCID: PMC4090285. DOI: 10.1038/ijo.2014.62 External Web Site Policy
  17. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Liu A, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Contextual factors are associated with diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2014; 114(8): 1223-9. PMID: 24651028. PMCID: PMC4111984. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2014.01.012 External Web Site Policy
  18. Katz ML, Mehta S, Nansel T, Quinn H, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM. Associations of nutrient intake with glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes: differences by insulin regimen. Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics 2014; 16(8): 512-8. PMID: 24766666. PMCID: PMC4115802. DOI: 10.1089/dia.2013.0389 External Web Site Policy
  19. *Quick V, Lipsky L, Nansel, TR., Quinn H, Laffel L, Mehta S. Relationships among neophobia and pickiness with dietary variety, dietary quality and diabetes management adherence in youth with type 1 diabetes. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2014; 68(1): 131-6. PMID: 24253761. PMCID: PMC4165343. DOI: 10.1038/ejcn.2013.239 External Web Site Policy
  20. Albert PS, Liu A, Nansel T. Efficient logistic regression designs under an imperfect population identifier. Biometrics 2014; 70(1): 175-84. PMID: 24261471. PMCID: PMC3954435. DOI: 10.1111/biom.12106 External Web Site Policy
  21. *Tse J, Nansel TR, Weaver NL, Williams J. Botello-Harbaum M. Implementation of a tailored kiosk-based injury prevention program in pediatric primary care. Health Promotion Practice 2014; 15(2): 243-51. PMID: 24127301. PMCID: PMC4180618. DOI: 10.1177/1524839913504586 External Web Site Policy
  22. *Kornides ML, Nansel TR, Quick V, Haynie DL, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Associations of family meal frequency with family meal habits and meal preparation characteristics among families of youth with type 1 diabetes. Child: Care Health and Development 2013; 40(3): 405-11. PMID: 23731337. PMCID: PMC4086450. DOI: 10.1111/cch.12078 External Web Site Policy
  23. Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Lipsky LM, Wang J, Mehta SN, Laffel LM. Relationships among parent and youth healthful eating attitudes and youth dietary intake in a cross-sectional study of youth with type 1 diabetes. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2013; 10:125. PMID: 24195642. PMCID: PMC3827889. DOI: 10.1186/1479-5868-10-125 External Web Site Policy
  24. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Iannotti RJ. Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships of body mass index with glycemic control in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 2013; 100(1): 126-32. PMID: 23339757. PMCID: PMC3634913. DOI: 10.1016/j.diabres.2012.12.025 External Web Site Policy
  25. Sands AL, Higgins LA, Mehta SN, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM. Associations of youth and parent weight status with reported versus predicted daily energy intake and hemoglobin A1c in youth with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 2103; 7(1): 263-70. PMID: 23439184. PMCID: PMC3692240. DOI: 10.1177/193229681300700131 External Web Site Policy
  26. Abraham SB, Abel BS, Rubino D, Nansel T, Ramsey S, Nieman LK. A direct comparison of quality of life in obese and Cushing's syndrome patients. European Journal of Endocrinology 2013; 168(5): 787-93. PMID: 23444412. PMCID: PMC4182924. DOI: 10.1530/EJE-12-1078 External Web Site Policy
  27. Weaver NL, Brixey SN, Williams J, Nansel TR. Promoting correct car seat use in parents of young children: challenges, recommendations, and implications for health communication. Health Promotion Practice 2013; 14(2): 301-7. PMID: 22991278. PMCID: PMC3629542. DOI: 10.1177/1524839912457567 External Web Site Policy
  28. Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Multiple indicators of poor diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes are associated with higher body mass index percentile but not glycemic control. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2012; 112(11):1728-35. PMID: 23102173. PMCID: PMC3985553. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2012.08.029 External Web Site Policy
  29. *Tse J, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Mehta SN, Laffel LM. Disordered eating behaviors are associated with poorer diet quality in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2012; 112(11):1810-4. PMID: 23102180. PMCID: PMC3483560. DOI: 10.1016/j.jand.2012.06.359 External Web Site Policy
  30. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Mehta SN, Higgins LA, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Development and validation of the type 1 diabetes nutrition knowledge survey. Diabetes Care 2012; 35(8): 1643-7. PMID: 22665217. PMCID: PMC3402267. DOI: 10.2337/dc11-2371 External Web Site Policy
  31. *Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Mehta SN, Laffel LM. Associations of food preferences and household food availability with dietary intake and quality in youth with type 1 diabetes. Appetite 2012; 59(2): 218-23. PMID: 22595289. PMCID: PMC3428468. DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2012.05.005 External Web Site Policy
  32. *Lipsky LM, Cheon K, Nansel TR, Albert PS. Candidate measures of whole plant food intake are related to biomarkers of nutrition and health in the US population (National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 1999-2002). Nutrition Research 2012; 32(4): 251-9. PMID: 22575037. PMCID: PMC3351277. DOI: 10.1016/j.nutres.2012.03.005 External Web Site Policy
  33. *Williams J, Nansel TR, Weaver NL, Tse J. Safe N' Sound: an evidence-based tool to prioritize injury messages for pediatric health care. Family and Community Health 2012; 35(3): 212-24. PMID: 22617412. PMCID: PMC3648218. DOI: 10.1097/FCH.0b013e318250bcc3 External Web Site Policy
  34. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Liu A. Clinic-integrated behavioral intervention for families of youth with type 1 diabetes: randomized clinical trial. Pediatrics 2012; 129(4): e866-73. PMID: 22392172. PMCID: PMC3313642. DOI: 10.1542/peds.2011-2858 External Web Site Policy
  35. Weaver NL, Nansel TR, Williams J, Tse J, Botello-Harbaum M, Willson K. Reach of a kiosk-based pediatric injury prevention program. Translational Behavioral Medicine 2011; 1(4), 515-22. PMID: 23667402. PMCID: PMC3650892. DOI: 10.1007/s13142-011-0066-7 External Web Site Policy
  36. Alleyn CR, Laffel LM, Volkening LK, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Wysocki T, Weissberg-Benchell J. Comparison of Longitudinal Point-of-Care and High-Performance Liquid Chromatography HbA1c Measurements in a Multi-Centere Trial. Diabetic Medicine 2011; 28(12), 1525-9. PMID: 21824185. PMCID: PMC3220776. DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-5491.2011.03404.x External Web Site Policy
  37. Markowitz JT, Laffel LM, Volkening LK, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T. Validation of an Abbreviated Adherence Measure for Young People with Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetic Medicine 2011; 28(9): 1113-7. PMID: 21843307. PMCID: PMC3300068. DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-5491.2011.03321.x External Web Site Policy
  38. Thoma ME, Klebanoff MA, Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Neggers Y, Andrews WW, Schwebke JR. Bacterial vaginosis is associated with variation in dietary indices. Journal of Nutrition 2011; 141(9): 1698-704. PMID: 21734062. PMCID: PMC3159055. DOI: 10.3945/jn.111.140541 External Web Site Policy
  39. Robinson EM, Iannotti RJ, Schneider S, Nansel TR, Haynsie DL, Sobel DO. Parenting goals: predictors of parent involvement in disease management of children with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Child Health Care 2011; 15(3): 199-209. PMID: 21917595. PMCID: PMC4142587. DOI: 10.1177/1367493511406567 External Web Site Policy
  40. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Wang J, Iannotti RJ. Food sold in school vending machines is associated with overall student dietary intake. Journal of Adolescent Health 2011; 48(1): 13-9. PMID: 21185519. PMCID: PMC3011970. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2010.08.021 External Web Site Policy
  41. *Wang J, Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ. Cyber and traditional bullying: differential association with depression. Journal of Adolescent Health 2011; 48(4); 415-7. PMID: 21402273. PMCID: PMC3058261. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2010.07.012 External Web Site Policy
  42. Nieman LK, Blocker W, Nansel T, Mahoney S, Reynolds J, Blithe D, Wesley R, Armstrong A. Efficacy and tolerability of CDB-2914 treatment for symptomatic uterine fibroids: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, phase IIb study. Fertility and Sterility 2011; 95(2): 767-72.e1-2. PMID: 21055739. PMCID: PMC4180231. DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2010.09.059 External Web Site Policy
  43. Wang J, Iannotti RJ, Luk JW, Nansel TR. Co-occurrence of victimization from five subtypes of bullying: physical, verbal, social exclusion, spreading rumors, and cyber. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2010; 35(10): 1103-12. PMID: 20488883. PMCID: PMC2980945. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsq048 External Web Site Policy
  44. *Rovner AJ, Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Robinson EM, Pound HJ, Butler DA, Laffel LM, Nansel TR. Perceived benefits, barriers, and strategies of family meals among children with type 1 diabetes mellitus and their parents: focus-group findings. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2010; 110(9): 1302-6. PMID: 20800121. PMCID: PMC2930892. DOI: 10.1016/j.jada.2010.06.010 External Web Site Policy
  45. Brotman, RM, Klebanoff MA, Nansel TR, Yu KF, Andrews WW, Zhang J, Schwebke JR. Bacterial vaginosis assessed by gram stain and diminished colonization resistance to incident gonococcal, chlamydial, and trichomonal genital infection. Journal of Infectious Diseases 2010; 202(12): 1907-15. PMID: 21067371. PMCID: PMC3053135. DOI: 10.1086/657320 External Web Site Policy
  46. Zabor EC, Klebanoff M, Yu K, Zhang J, Nansel T, Andrews W, Schwebke J, Jeffcoat M. Association between periodontal disease, bacterial vaginosis, and sexual risk behaviours. Journal of Clinical Periodontology 2010; 37(10): 888-93. PMID: 20636412. PMCID: PMC2962875. DOI: 10.1111/j.1600-051X.2010.01593.x External Web Site Policy
  47. Klebanoff MA, Andrews WW, Zhang J, Brotman RM, Nansel TR, Yu KF, Schwebke JR. Race of male sex partners and occurrence of bacterial vaginosis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2010: 37(3): 184-90. PMID: 19959972. PMCID: PMC2828507. DOI: 10.1097/OLQ.0b013e3181c04865 External Web Site Policy
  48. Klebanoff MA, Nansel TR, Brotman RM, Zhang J, Yu K, Schwebke JR, Andrews WW. Personal hygienic behaviors and bacterial vaginosis. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2010: 37(2): 94-9. PMID: 19823112. PMCID: PMC2811217. DOI: 10.1097/OLQ.0b013e3181bc063c External Web Site Policy
  49. Nansel TR, Huang TT, Rovner AJ, Sanders-Butler Y. Association of school performance indicators with implementation of the Healthy Kids, Smart Kids programme: case study. Public Health Nutrition 2010, 13(1):116-22. NIHMSID #106764. PMID: 19454125. PMCID: PMC2843435. DOI: 10.1017/S1368980009005898 External Web Site Policy
  50. Due P, Damsgaard MT, Rasmussen M, Holstein BE, Wardle J, Merlo J, Currie C, Ahluwalia N, Sørensen TI, Lynch J; HBSC obesity writing group, Borraccino A, Borup I, Boyce W, Elgar F, Gabhainn SN, Krølner R, Svastisalee C, Matos MC, Nansel T, Al Sabbah H, Vereecken C, Valimaa R. Socioeconomic position, macroeconomic environment and overweight among adolescents in 35 countries. International Journal of Obesity 2009; 33(10): 1084-93. PMID: 19621018. PMCID: PMC3421462. DOI: 10.1038/ijo.2009.128 External Web Site Policy
  51. Haug E, Rasmussen M, Samdal O, Iannotti R, Kelly C, Borraccino A, Vereecken C, Melkevik O, Lazzeri G, Giacchi M, Ercan O, Due P, Ravens-Sieberer U, Currie C, Morgan A, Ahluwalia N; HBSC Obesity Writing Group (Ahluwalia N, Maes L, Vereecken C, Hublet A, Janssen I, Freeman J, Krch FD, Due P, Rasmussen M, Damsgaard MT, Holstein B, Aasvee K, Valimaa R, Godeau E, Ravens-Sieberer U, Ottova V, Kokkevi A, Fotiou A, Niclasen B, Nemeth A, Unak K, Cavallo F, Dalmasso P, Borraccino A, Rossi S, Giacchi M, Lazzeri G, Baldassari D, Kelly C, ter Bogt T, Torsheim T, Melkevik O, Haug E, Kololo H, Tabak I, Currie C, Inchley J, Ercan O, Nansel T.). Overweight in school-aged children and its relationship with demographic and lifestyle factors: results from the WHO-Collaborative Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study. Int J Public Health 2009; 54 (Suppl 2); 167-79. PMID: 19618111. PMCID: PMC2735089. DOI: 10.1007/s00038-009-5408-6 External Web Site Policy
  52. Molcho M, Craig W, Due P, Pickett W, Harel-Fisch Y, Overpeck M; HBSC Bullying Writing Group (Pickett W, Boyce W, Craig W, Due P, Holstein B, Molcho M, Harel Y, Vollebergh W, Hetland J, Samdal O, Mazur J, de Matos MG, van der Sluijs W, Katreniakova Z, Overpeck M, Nansel T, Wang J.). Cross-national time trends in bullying behaviour 1994-2006: findings from Europe and North America. Int J Public Health 2009; 54 (Suppl 2): 225-34. PMID: 19618108. DOI: 10.1007/s00038-009-5414-8 External Web Site Policy
  53. Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Higgins LA, Bucey NN, Rovner AJ, Volkening LK, Nansel TR, Laffel LM. Emphasis on Carbohydrates May Negatively Influence Diet Patterns in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetes Care 2009, 32(12): 2174-6. PMID: 19741186. PMCID: PMC2782971. DOI: 10.2337/dc09-1302 External Web Site Policy
  54. Weissberg-Benchell J, Nansel T, Holmbeck G, Chen R, Anderson B, Wysocki T, Laffel L; Steering Committee of the Family Management of Diabetes Study. Generic and diabetes–specific parent–child behaviors and quality of life among youth with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009, 34(9), 977-88. PMID: 19270028. PMCID: PMC2782249. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsp003 External Web Site Policy
  55. Wysocki T, Nansel TR, Holmbeck GN, Chen R, Laffel L, Anderson BJ, Weissberg-Benchell J; Steering Committee of the Family Management of Diabetes Study. Collaborative involvement of primary and secondary caregivers: associations with youths' diabetes outcomes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009, 34(8): 869-81. PMID: 19112077. PMCID: PMC2729681. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsn136 External Web Site Policy
  56. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton BG, Plotnick LP, Clark LM, Zeitzoff L. Long-Term Maintenance of Treatment Outcomes: Diabetes Personal Trainer Intervention for Youth with Type 1 Diabetes. Diabetes Care 2009, 32(5): 807-9. NIHMSID #106768. PMID: 19208916. PMCID: PMC2671090. DOI: 10.2337/dc08-1968 External Web Site Policy
  57. *Gellar L, Rovner AJ, Nansel TR. Whole grain and legume acceptability among youths with type 1 diabetes. The Diabetes Educator 2009; 35(3): 422-7. NIHMSID #106766. PMID: 19289543. PMCID: PMC2843422. DOI: 10.1177/0145721709333267 External Web Site Policy
  58. Wang J, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR. School bullying among adolescents in the United States: physical, verbal, relational, and cyber. Journal of Adolescent Health 2009; 45(4): 368-75. PMID: 19766941. PMCID: PMC2751860. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2009.03.021 External Web Site Policy
  59. Schneider S, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Sobel DO, Simons-Morton B. Assessment of an illness-specific dimension of self-esteem in youths with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009, 34(3): 283-93. PMID: 18664512. PMCID: PMC2722126. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsn078 External Web Site Policy
  60. Nansel TR, Anderson BJ, Laffel LMB, Simons-Morton B, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Iannotti RJ, Holmbeck G, Hood KK, Lochrie AS. A multi-site trial of a clinic-integrated intervention for promoting family management of pediatric type 1 diabetes: feasibility and design. Pediatric Diabetes 2009; 10(2): 105-15. NIHMSID #60093. PMID: 18721167. PMCID: PMC2843426. DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-5448.2008.00448.x External Web Site Policy
  61. Al Sabbah H, Vereecken CA, Elgar FJ, Nansel T, Aasvee K, Abdeen Z, Ojala K, Ahluwalia N, Maes L. Body weight dissatisfaction and communication with parents among adolescents in 24 countries: international cross-sectional survey. BMC Public Health 2009; 9: 52. PMID: 19200369. PMCID: PMC2645388. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-9-52 External Web Site Policy
  62. *Gellar L, Nansel TR. High and low glycemic index mixed meals and blood glucose in youth with type 2 diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. Journal of Pediatrics 2009; 154(3); 455-8. PMID: 19874764. PMCID: PMC2771116. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2008.09.040 External Web Site Policy
  63. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR. Are children with type 1 diabetes consuming a healthful diet?: a review of the current evidence and strategies for dietary change. The Diabetes Educator 2009; 35(1): 97-107. PMID: 19244565. PMCID: PMC2772111. DOI: 10.1177/0145721708326699 External Web Site Policy
  64. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Gellar L. The effect of a low-glycemic diet vs a standard diet on blood glucose levels and macronutrient intake in children with type 1 diabetes. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 2009; 109(2): 303-7. PMID: 19167958. PMCID: PMC2713749. DOI: 10.1016/j.jada.2008.10.047 External Web Site Policy
  65. Nansel TR, Rovner AJ, Haynie D, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton B, Wysocki T, Anderson B, Weissberg-Benchell J, Laffel L. Development and validation of the Collaborative Parent Involvement Scale for youths with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2009; 34(1): 30-40. PMID: 18567926. PMCID: PMC2626144. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsn058 External Web Site Policy
  66. Vereecken C, Dupuy M, Rasmussen M, Kelly C, Nansel TR, Al Sabbah H, Baldassari D, Jordan MD, Maes L, Niclasen BV, Ahluwalia N; HSBC Eating & Dieting Focus Group. Breakfast consumption and its socio-demographic and lifestyle correlates in schoolchildren in 41 countries participating in the HBSC Study. International Journal of Public Health 2009; 54(Suppl 2): 180-90. PMID: 19639257. PMCID: PMC3408388. DOI: 10.1007/s00038-009-5409-5 External Web Site Policy
  67. Craig W, Harel-Fisch Y, Fogel-Grinvald H, Dostaler S. Hetland J, Simons-Morton B, Molcho M, de Mato MG, Overpeck M, Due P, Pickett W; HBSC Violence & Injuries Prevention Focus Group; HBSC Bullying Writing Group (Molcho M, Mazur J, Favresse D, Leveque A, Craig W, Pickett W, Aasvee K, Varnai D, Harel Y, Korn L, Villerusa A, Valverde PR, Scheidt P, Overpeck M, Pickett W, Boyce W, Craig W, Due P, Holstein B, Molcho M, Harel Y, Vollebergh W, Hetland J, Samdal O, Mazur J, de Matos MG, van der Sluijs W, Katreniakova Z, Overpeck M, Nansel T, Wang J.). A cross-national profile of bullying and victimization among adolescents in 40 countries. International Journal of Public Health 2009; 54 (Suppl 2): 216-24. PMID: 19623475. PMCID: PMC2747624. DOI: 10.1007/s00038-009-5413-9 External Web Site Policy
  68. Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Laffel L, Anderson B; Steering Committee of the Family Management of Diabetes Study. Quality of life in children with Type 1 diabetes: a comparison of general and diabetes-specific measures and support for a unitary diabetes quality-of-life construct. Diabetic Medicine 2008; 25(11): 1316-23. PMID: 19046222. PMCID: PMC2597420. DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-5491.2008.02574.x External Web Site Policy
  69. *Botello-Harbaum M, Nansel T, Haynie DL, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton B. Responsive parenting is associated with improved type 1 diabetes-related quality of life. Child: Care, Health and Development 2008; 34(5): 675-81. PMID: 18796059. PMCID: PMC2562340. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2214.2008.00855.x External Web Site Policy
  70. Wysocki T, Iannotti R, Weissberg-Benchell J, Laffel L, Hood K, Anderson B, Chen R; Family Management of Childhood Diabetes Steering Committee (Simons-Morton B, Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Laffel L, Wysocki T, Lochrie A, Anderson B, Weissberg-Benchell J, Holmbeck G, McDonnell C, D'Elio M.). Diabetes problem solving by youths with type 1 diabetes and their caregivers: measurement, validation, and longitudinal associations with glycemic control. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 2008; 33(8): 875-84. PMID: 18346973. PMCID: PMC2493510. DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsn024 External Web Site Policy
  71. Chen BA, Reeves MF, Creinin MD, Gilles JM, Barnhart K, Westhoff C, Zhang J; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial (Zhang J, Nansel T, Westhoff C, Davis A, Robilotto C, Gilles J, Diro M, Doyle F, Vazquez N, Barnhart K, Hollander J, Timbers K, Hummel A, Martino L, Creinin M, Harwood B, Guido R, Murthy A, Schreiber C, Reid L, Frederick X, Huang XK). Misoprostol for treatment of early pregnancy failure in women with previous uterine surgery. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology 2008; 198(6): 626.e1-5. PMID: 18279821. PMCID: PMC2519868. DOI: 10.1016/j.ajog.2007.11.045 External Web Site Policy
  72. Brotman RM, Klebanoff MA, Nansel TR, Zhang J, Schwebke JR, Yu KF, Andrews WW, Zenilman JM, Scharfstein D. A longitudinal study of vaginal douching and bacterial vaginosis -- a marginal structural modeling analysis. American Journal of Epidemiology 2008; 168(2): 188-96. PMID: 18503038. PMCID: PMC2574994. DOI: 10.1093/aje/kwn103 External Web Site Policy
  73. Mehta SN, Volkening LK, Anderson BJ, Nansel T, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Laffel LM; Family Management of Childhood Diabetes Study Steering Committee. Dietary behaviors predict glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2008; 31(7): 1318-20. PMID: 18390798. PMCID: PMC2453641. DOI: 10.2337/dc07-2435 External Web Site Policy
  74. Nansel TR, Gellar L, McGill A. Effect of varying glycemic index meals on blood glucose control assessed with continuous glucose monitoring in youth with type 1 diabetes on basal-bolus insulin regimens. Diabetes Care 2008; 31(4): 695-7. PMID: 18202243. PMCID: PMC2367100. DOI: 10.2337/dc07-1879 External Web Site Policy
  75. Harwood B, Nansel T; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial. Quality of life and acceptability of medical versus surgical management of early pregnancy failure. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2008; 115(4): 501-8. PMID: 18271887. PMCID: PMC2424403. DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0528.2007.01632.x External Web Site Policy
  76. Weaver NL, Williams J, Jacobson HA, Botello-Harbaum M, Glasheen C, Noelcke E, Nansel TR. Translation of an evidence-based tailored childhood injury prevention program. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 2008; 14(2): 177-84. PMID: 18287925. PMCID: PMC2441924. DOI: 10.1097/01.PHH.0000311897.03573.cc External Web Site Policy
  77. Huang TT, Nansel TR, Belsheim AR, Morrison JA. Sensitivity, specificity, and predictive values of pediatric metabolic syndrome components in relation to adult metabolic syndrome: the Princeton LRC follow-up study. Journal of Pediatrics 2008; 152(2): 185-90. PMID: 18206687. PMCID: PMC2414260. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpeds.2007.08.007 External Web Site Policy
  78. Nansel TR, Weaver NJ, Jacobson HA, Glasheen C, Kreuter MW. Preventing unintentional pediatric injuries: a tailored intervention for parents and physicians. Health Education Research 2008; 23(4); 656-69. PMID: 17906313. PMCID: PMC2562892. DOI: 10.1093/her/cym041 External Web Site Policy
  79. Brotman RM, Klebanoff MA, Nansel T, Zhang J, Schwebke JR, Yu KF, Zenilman JM, Andrews WW. Why do women douche? A longitudinal study with two analytic approaches. Annals of Epidemiology 2008; 18(1): 65-73. PMID: 18063240. DOI: 10.1016/j.annepidem.2007.05.015 External Web Site Policy
  80. Riggs M, Klebanoff M, Nansel T, Zhang J, Schwebke J, Andrews W. Longitudinal association between hormonal contraceptives and bacterial vaginosis in women of reproductive age. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2007; 34(12): 954-9. PMID: 18077845
  81. Hood KK, Nansel TR. Commonalities in effective behavioral interventions for children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes: a review of reviews. Diabetes Spectrum 2007; 20(4), 251-4.
  82. Spriggs AL, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Haynie DL. Adolescent bullying involvement and perceived family, peer and school relations: commonalities and differences across race/ethnicity. Journal of Adolescent Health 2007; 41(3): 283-93. PMID: 17707299. PMCID: PMC1989108. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2007.04.009 External Web Site Policy
  83. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton BG, Cox C, Plotnick LP, Clark LM, Zeitzoff L. Diabetes personal trainer outcomes: short-term and 1-year outcomes of a diabetes personal trainer intervention among youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2007; 30(10): 2471-7. PMID: 17620445. PMCID: PMC2365717. DOI: 10.2337/dc06-2621 External Web Site Policy
  84. Neggers YH, Nansel TR, Andrews WW, Schwebke JR, Yu KF, Klebanoff, MA. Dietary intake of selected nutrients affects bacterial vaginosis in women. The Journal of Nutrition 2007; 137(9): 2128-33. PMID: 17709453. PMCID: PMC2663425
  85. *Gellar LA, Schrader K, Nansel TR. Healthy eating practices: perceptions, facilitators, and barriers among youth with diabetes. The Diabetes Educator 2007; 33(4): 671-9. PMID: 17684168. PMCID: PMC2365730. DOI: 10.1177/0145721707303807 External Web Site Policy
  86. Schneider S, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B, Sobel DO, Zeitzoff L, Clark L, Plotnick LP. Identification of distinct self-management styles of adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2007; 30(5), 1107-12. PMID: 17322481. DOI: 10.2337/dc06-2197 External Web Site Policy
  87. Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Schneider S, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B, Sobel DO, Zeitzoff L, Plotnick LP, Clark L. Assessing regimen adherence of adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care 2006; 29(10): 2263-7. PMID: 17003304. DOI: 10.2337/dc06-0685 External Web Site Policy
  88. Nansel TR, Gellar L, Zeitzoff L. Acceptability of lower glycemic index foods in the diabetes camp setting. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2006; 38(3): 143-50. PMID: 16731448. PMCID: PMC2367101. DOI: 10.1016/j.jneb.2006.01.004 External Web Site Policy
  89. Iannotti RJ, Schneider S, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Plotnick LP, Clark LM, Sobel DO, Simons-Morton B. Self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and diabetes self-management in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 2006; 27(2): 98-105. PMID: 16682872
  90. Klebanoff MA, Andrews WW, Yu KF, Brotman RM, Nansel TR, Zhang J, Cliver SP, Schwebke J. A pilot study of vaginal flora changes with randomization to cessation of douching. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2006; 33(10): 610-3. PMID: 16614585. DOI: 10.1097/01.olq.0000216050.41305.c1 External Web Site Policy
  91. *Vladutiu CJ, Nansel TR, Weaver NL, Jacobsen HA, Kreuter MW. Differential strength of association of child injury prevention attitudes and beliefs on practices: a case for audience segmentation. Injury Prevention 2006; 12(1): 35-40. PMID: 16461418. PMCID: PMC2563488. DOI: 10.1136/ip.2004.007153 External Web Site Policy
  92. Nansel TR, Riggs MA, Yu KF, Andrews WW, Schwebke JR, Klebanoff MA. Association of psychosocial stress and bacterial vaginosis in a longitudinal cohort. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006; 194(2): 381-6. PMID: 16458633. PMCID: PMC2367104. DOI: 10.1016/j.ajog.2005.07.047 External Web Site Policy
  93. Lindsay JR, Nansel T, Baid S, Gumowski J, Nieman LK. Long-term impaired quality of life in Cushing's syndrome despite initial improvement after surgical remission. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 2006; 91(2): 447-53. PMID: 16278266. DOI: 10.1210/jc.2005-1058 External Web Site Policy
  94. Creinin MD, Huang X, Westhoff C, Barnhart K, Gilles JM, Zhang J; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial  (Zhang J, Nansel T, Westhoff C, Davis A, Robilotto C, Gilles J, Diro M, Doyle F, Vazquez N, Barnhart K, Hollander J, Timbers K, Hummel A, Martino L, Creinin M, Harwood B, Guido R, Murthy A, Schreiber C, Reid L, Frederick X, Huang XK.). Factors related to successful misoprostol treatment for early pregnancy failure. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006; 107(4):901-7. PMID: 16582130. PMCID: PMC1761999. DOI: 10.1097/01.AOG.0000206737.68709.3e External Web Site Policy
  95. Gage JC, Overpeck MD, Nansel TR, Kogan MD. Peer activity in the evenings and participation in aggressive and problem behaviors. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005;37(6): 517. PMID: 16310130. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2004.12.012 External Web Site Policy
  96. Zhang J, Gilles JM, Barnhart K, Crenin MD, Westhoff C, Frederick MM; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial (Zhang J, Nansel T, Westhoff C, Davis A, Robilotto C, Gilles J, Diro M, Doyle F, Vazquez N, Barnhart K, Hollander J, Timbers K, Hummel A, Martino L, Creinin M, Harwood B, Guido R, Murthy A, Schreiber C, Reid L, Frederick X, Huang XK). A comparison of medical management with misoprostol and surgical management for early pregnancy failure. New England Journal of Medicine 2005; 353(8): 761-9. PMID: 16120856. DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa044064 External Web Site Policy
  97. Nansel TR, Doyle F, Frederick MM, Zhang J. Quality of life in women undergoing medical treatment for early pregnancy failure. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecological, and Neonatal Nursing 2005; 34(4): 473-81. PMID: 16020415. DOI: 10.1177/0884217505278319 External Web Site Policy
  98. Nansel TR, Craig W, Overpeck MD, Saluja G, Ruan WJ; Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Bullying Analyses Working Group. Cross-national consistency in the relationship between bullying and psychosocial adjustment. Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine 2004; 158(8): 730-6. PMID: 15289243. PMCID: PMC2556236. DOI: 10.1001/archpedi.158.8.730 External Web Site Policy
  99. Klebanoff MA, Schwebke JR, Zhang J, Nansel TR, Yu KF, Andrews WW. Vulvovaginal symptoms in women with bacterial vaginosis. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004; 104(2): 267-72. PMID: 15291998. DOI: 10.1097/01.AOG.0000134783.98382.b0 External Web Site Policy
  100. Davis AR, Robilotto CM, Westhoff CL, Forman S, Zhang J; NICHD Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial Group (Zhang J, Nansel T, Westhoff C, Davis A, Robilotto C, Gilles J, Diro M, Doyle F, Vazquez N, Barnhart K, Hollander J, Timbers K, Hummel A, Martino L, Creinin M, Harwood B, Guido R, Murthy A, Schreiber C, Reid L, Frederick X, Huang XK). Bleeding patterns after vaginal misoprostol for treatment of early pregnancy failure. Human Reproduction 2004; 19(7): 1655-8. PMID: 15178656. DOI: 10.1093/humrep/deh291 External Web Site Policy
  101. Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton BG. The association of bullying and victimization with middle school adjustment. Co-published simultaneously in Journal of Applied School Psychology 2003; 19(2): 45-61; and Elias MJ, Zins JE (Eds.). Bullying, peer harassment, and victimization in the schools: the next generation of prevention, New York: The Haworth Press, Inc., 2007, pp. 45-61.
  102. Nansel TR, Overpeck MD, Haynie DL, Ruan WJ, Scheidt PC. Relationships between bullying and violence among US youth. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 2003; 157(4): 348-53. PMID: 12695230. DOI: 10.1001/archpedi.157.4.348 External Web Site Policy
  103. Nansel TR, Weaver N, Donlin M, Jacobsen H, Kreuter MW, Simons-Morton B. Baby, Be Safe: The effect of tailored communications for pediatric injury prevention provided in a primary care setting. Patient Education and Counseling 2002; 46(3): 175-90. PMID: 11932115. PMCID: PMC2387242
  104. Meissen G, Warren M, Nansel T, Goodman S. Self-help group leaders as community helpers: an impact assessment. Journal of Rural Community Psychology 2002; E5. Available at http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/sp2002/selfhelp.htm External Web Site Policy.
  105. Nansel TR, Overpeck M, Pilla RS, Ruan WJ, Simons-Morton B, Scheidt P. Bullying behaviors among U.S. youth: prevalence and association with psychosocial adjustment. JAMA 2001; 285(16): 2094-100. PMID: 11311098. PMCID: PMC2435211
  106. Haynie DL, Nansel T, Eitel P, Crump AD, Saylor K, Yu K, Simons-Morton B. Bullies, victims, and bully/victims: distinct groups of youth at risk. Journal of Early Adolescence 2001; 21(1), 29-49.
  107. Lichtenstein B, Nansel TR. Women's douching practices and related attitudes: Findings from four focus groups. Women & Health 2001; 31(2-3): 117-31. PMID: 11289682
  108. Jackson DL, Teal CR, Raines SJ, Nansel TR, Force RC, Burdsal CA. The dimensions of students' perceptions of teaching effectiveness. Educational and Psychological Measurement 1999; 59(4), 580-96.
  109. Zimmerman DP, Nansel TR, Raines S, Teal CR, Force RC, Klingsporn MJ, Burdsal CA. A survey of residential treatment centers' outcome research practices. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth 1998; 15(4): 45-59.
  110. Force RC, Klingsporn MJ, Jackson DL, Nansel TR, Burdsal CA. A structural model of appropriate adult functioning for boys with disruptive behavior disorders. Youth and Society 1996; 27(4): 485-502.

Editorials & Commentaries

  1. Lipsky LM, Just DR, Nansel TR, Haynie DL. Fundamental misunderstanding of the relationship between energy density (kcal/g) and energy cost ($/kcal). American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2011;93(4):867-8; author reply 868-9. PMID: 21325439. PMCID: PMC3138220. DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.110.011072 External Web Site Policy
  2. Nansel TR, Overpeck MD. Operationally defining bullying-Reply. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine 2003; 157(11): 1135.
  3. Nansel T; Simons-Morton B, Scheidt P, Overpeck MD. Systemic vs individualistic approaches to bullying-Reply. Journal of the American Medical Association 2001; 286(7): 787-8.

Invited Books Chapters

  1. Nansel TR, Hood KK. Diabetes in childhood: promoting emotional health. In T Gullotta & G Blau (Eds.), Handbook of child behavioral issues: evidence-based approaches to prevention and treatment. New York: Routledge, 2007, pp. 147-166.
  2. Simons-Morton B, Nansel T. Social cognitive theory and injury prevention. In AC Gielen, D Sleet, RJ DiClemente (Eds.), Injury and violence prevention: behavior change theories, methods, and applications. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 2006, pp. 41-64.
  3. Nansel TR. Adherence to health care regimens. In KM Thies, JF Travers (Eds.), The handbook of human development for health professionals. Boston: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2006, pp. 411-428.
  4. Nansel TR, Weaver N. Injury prevention in children. In N Anderson, S Kumanyika (Eds.), Encyclopedia of health and behavior.  London: Sage Publications, 2004, pp. 547-553.
  5. Rolf JE, Nansel TR, Baldwin J, Johnson J, Benally CC. HIV/AIDS and substance abuse prevention in American Indian communities: behavioral and community effects. In Mail PD, Heurtin-Roberts S, Martin SE, Howard J, (Eds.) Alcohol use among American Indians and Alaska Natives: multiple perspectives on a complex problem. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Research. Monograph No. 37. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2002, pp 295-319.

Technical Reports

  1. NIH Tenure-Track Investigators Committee. Survey of NIH Tenure-track Investigators: Report on Results. Prepared for the National Institutes of Health Scientific Directors, April 2007. Co-lead data analysis and preparation of report; presented findings to the scientific directors.
  2. Nansel TR, Rolf JE, Wilkinson A. Assessment of the health-related needs of children age 12 and under in Cloud County. Prepared for the Children and Youth Committee of the Cloud County Resource Council, February 1998.
  3. Nansel TR, Afrank J. Evaluation of the special project for severely emotionally disturbed children in Shawnee County. Prepared for Family Service and Guidance Center, Topeka, Kansas, May 1994.
  4. Nansel TR. 1993 Needs assessment: Children with severe emotional disturbances. Prepared for Sedgwick County Department of Mental Health Children's Services and submitted as part of the block grant proposal to the state of Kansas, April 1993.
  5. Nansel TR. 1993 Needs assessment: Adults with severe and persistent mental illness. Prepared for Sedgwick County Department of Mental Health and submitted as part of the block grant proposal to the state of Kansas, April 1993.

Abstracts

  1. Quick V, Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Quinn H, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Relationships among neophobia, pickiness, dietary variety and dietary quality in youth with type 1 diabetes, Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 2013; 113(9): Supplement A31.
  2. Nansel T, Haynie D, Lipsky L., Laffel L, Mehta S. Diet quality varies by meal type and location in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2011; 60(Suppl. 1): A215.
  3. Mehta SN, Sands AL, Volkening LK, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Similar physical activity and zBMI in youth with and without type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2011; 60(Suppl. 1): A210.
  4. Sands AL, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Mehta SN. Associations between dietary intake of youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents. Diabetes 2011; 60(Suppl. 1): A212.
  5. Higgins LA, Sands AL, Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Nansel TR, Laffel LM. Associations of youth and parent weight status and reported intake vs. predicted energy intake in families of youth with T1D. Diabetes 2011; 60(Suppl. 1): A342.
  6. Volkening LK, Ryan BA, Mehta SN, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Impact of co-morbid conditions on health-related quality of life in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2011; 60(Suppl. 1): A338.
  7. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Mehta S, Rovner A, Haynie D. Influence of diet quality on glycemic control and body mass index in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A465.
  8. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Mehta SN, Higgins LA, Haynie DL, Laffel LMB. Development of a type 1 diabetes nutrition knowledge survey. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A124.
  9. Mehta SN, Volkening LK, Nansel TR, Lawlor MT, Higgins LA, Laffel LMB. Validation of a self-report measure to assess adherence in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A80.
  10. Theodore M, Bucey N, Mehta SN, Butler DA, Nansel TR, Laffel LMB. Impact of family structure on diabetes management and glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A499.
  11. Ryan BA, Sands AL, Laffel LMB, Butler DA, Nansel TR, Mehta SN. Consistency of health-related quality of life across insulin regimens in pediatric type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A517.
  12. Markowitz JT, Volkening LK, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T. Validation of an abbreviated adherence measure in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A527.
  13. Butler DA, Volkening LK, Lochrie AS, Markowitz JT, Murphy H, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J. Diabetes-specific management goals selected by families to optimize glycemic control during childhood type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A515.
  14. Alleyn CR, Volkening LK, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Anderson BJ, Nansel T, Laffel LMB. Discordance between point-of-care and HPLC A1c measurements across sites and over time. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A135.
  15. Katz ML, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Nansel TR, Volkening LK. Incidence rates of severe hypoglycemia differ across contemporary insulin regimens in pediatric type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2010; 59(Suppl. 1): A207.
  16. Nansel TR, Chen R, Wysocki T, Holmbeck G, Weissberg-Benchell J, Laffel L, Anderson B. Bidirectional relations between parent-child conflict and HbA1c. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A473.
  17. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Chen R, Weissberg-Benchell J, Lochrie A, Anderson B, Wysocki T. Disordered eating in youth with type 1 diabetes: longitudinal and mediating relations with parenting style and diabetes-specific parenting behaviors. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A476.
  18. Weissberg-Benchell J, Holmbeck G, Wysocki T, Anderson B, Laffel L, Nansel TR. Primary and secondary caregivers perspectives on family behaviors and child outcomes. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A75.
  19. Anderson B, Volkening L, Weissberg-Benchell J, Lochrie L, Nansel T, Laffel L. The family context of youth depression in young adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1D). Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A462.
  20. Laffel L, Volkening LK, Anderson BJ, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Nansel T. Intensive insulin therapy in youth with type 1 diabetes is not associated with untoward weight gain. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A460.
  21. Haynie DL, Mehta S, Rovner A, Robinson E, Duffy CW, Bucey NN, Ryan BA, Theodore M, Pound H, Higgins LA, Laffel L, Nansel T. Family and peer influences on dietary choices in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A237.
  22. Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Bucey NN, Ryan BA, Robinson EM, Duffy CW, Rovner AJ, Pound HJ, Theodore M, Higgins LA, Nansel TR, Laffel L. Challenges with healthful eating in youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D) despite flexible insulin therapy. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A429.
  23. Chen L, Zhang C, Yeung E, Nansel TR, Willett WC, Hu FB. A prospective study of pre-gravid consumption of fruits and vegetables and the risk of gestational diabetes mellitus. Diabetes 2009; 58(Suppl. 1): A465.
  24. Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Laffel L, Anderson B. Measurement of diabetes quality of life in children: support for a unitary construct. Diabetes 2008; 57(Suppl. 1): A521.
  25. Nansel TR, Gellar L, McGill A, Carmack C. Effect of varying glycemic index meals on blood sugar control assessed with continuous glucose monitoring. Diabetes 2007; 56(Suppl. 1): A77.
  26. Mehta S, Volkening L, Anderson B, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Laffel L. Dietary behaviors predict glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2007; 56(Suppl. 1): A77.
  27. Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Hood K, Anderson B. Parenting children with type 1 diabetes: effects on general and diabetes-related quality of life. Diabetes 2006; 55(Suppl. 1): A427.
  28. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Weissberg-Benchell J, Anderson B, Wysocki T. Quality of life in youth with type 1 diabetes: a comparison of general and diabetes-specific measures. Diabetes 2006; 55(Suppl. 1): A427.
  29. Laffel L, Volkening L, Hood K, Lochrie A, Nansel TR, Anderson B, Weissberg-Benchell J. Optimizing glycemic control in youth with T1DM: importance of blood glucose monitoring and supportive family communication. Diabetes 2006; 55(Suppl. 1): A197.
  30. Weissberg-Benchell J, Holmbeck G, Nansel TR, Laffel L, Anderson B, Locharie A. The role of quality of life on adherence behaviors. Diabetes 2006; 55(Suppl. 1): A432.
  31. *Gellar L, Nansel TR, Schrader K, Zeitzoff L. Perceptions of healthy eating among youth with diabetes: identification of facilitators and barriers. Diabetes 2006; 55(Suppl. 1): A196.
  32. Lin MG, Andrews WW, Klebanoff MA, Schwebke JR, Zhang J, Cliver SP, Nansel TR, Yu KF. Longitudinal study of vaginal flora: obesity is significantly associated with bacterial vaginosis. Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation 2006; 13(2): 349A.
  33. Blocker W, Nansel TR, Potlog-Nahari C, Armstrong A, Nieman L. Correlation of subjective symptoms in women with symptomatic leiomyoma with hematocrit and uterine size. Fertility and Sterility 2006; 86(Suppl.1): S91-S92.
  34. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick L, Clark L, Zeitzoff L. Short-term outcomes of a diabetes “personal trainer” intervention. Diabetes 2005; 54(Supp. 1): A18.
  35. Harwood B, Nansel TR, for the NICHD Management of Early Pregnancy Failure Trial. Quality of Life and Acceptability of medical versus surgical management of early pregnancy failure. Contraception 2005; 72: 223.
  36. Rubino D, Ramsey S, Baid S, Nansel TR, Frank A, Nieman L. Do obese patients with binge eating disorder demonstrate increased cortisol secretion? Obesity Research 2005; 13(Suppl. 1): A191-A192.
  37. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Haynie DL, Schneider S, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick L, Clark L. Dimensions of parental involvement and relationship to adherence in youth with type 1 diabetes. Diabetes 2004; 53(Supp.2): A439.

Invited Talks

  1. Nansel TR. Improving family management of type 1 diabetes: practical approaches for the healthcare provider. West Virginia University Extension Service Diabetes Symposium and Workshop: Bridging the Gap with Education. May 2016.
  2. Nansel TR. Improving dietary quality in youth with type 1 diabetes: efficacy of a family-based behavioral intervention. NICHD SGO seminar series. December 2014.
  3. Nansel TR. Healthy eating: can I afford it? Power Up: Spelman Wellness Summit. February 2014.
  4. Nansel TR. Facilitating effective multidisciplinary teams. NICHD DIPHR trainee seminar series. June 2013.
  5. Nansel TR. Behavioral intervention in health care: promoting health families in diabetes care and beyond. Invited talk, NHGRI SBRB seminar series. March 2013.
  6. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR. Understanding obesity: moving from the close-up to the bird's-eye perspective. Invited talk, Agricultural & Applied Economics Association, Washington DC, August 2013.
  7. Nansel TR. Nothing so useful as a good theory? Application of behavioral theory in disease management and prevention. Southwestern Psychological Association. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 2012. Invited speaker.
  8. Nansel TR. Sustaining health behavior change in the real world: translational approaches in family management of childhood diabetes. American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Scientific Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 2009. Invited speaker.
  9. Nansel TR. Continuous Glucose Monitoring to Assess Low and High Glycemic Index Diets. Diabetes Technology Annual Scientific Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland, November 2008. Invited speaker.
  10. Nansel TR. Enhancing Carbohydrate Quality in Diabetes Management. Unit on Growth and Obesity Seminar Series, August 2006. Invited seminar.
  11. Huang T, Nansel TR, Belsheim A, Morrison J. Finding optimal cutoffs of childhood metabolic components in relation to adult metabolic syndrome: LRC-Princeton follow-up study. NICHD/NHLBI/NIDDK/ORD NIH Workshop: Toward a Working Definition of the Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents, July 2006. Invited seminar.
  12. Nansel TR. Impacting health behavior across levels: an examination of diabetes in children and adolescents. Wichita State University, November, 2005. Invited sponsored seminar.
  13. Nansel TR. Bullying in school children: what do the numbers tell us? Tabor College, November, 2005. Invited seminar.
  14. Nansel TR. Glycemic index: What does it mean for my child? Camp Glyndon Diabetes Camp Family Weekend, June 2004. Invited seminar.
  15. Nansel TR. Prevention & health behavior change in primary care settings: challenges & opportunities. Fort Hays State University, October, 2002. Invited seminar.
  16. Nansel TR. Bullying among youth: what do the numbers tell us? Mid-Atlantic Character Education Symposium. Baltimore, Maryland, March 2002. Featured speaker.
  17. Nansel TR. Start early to stop violence: young people talk about teasing and bullying. Academy for Educational Development Symposium. Washington, DC, June 2001. Invited keynote presentation.
  18. Overpeck M, Nansel TR, Potter L. International perspectives on youth violence. Dataspeak Internet Audioconference, June 2001. Invited panel presentation.
  19. Aranha M, Nansel TR, Yarrow P. School civility. McGraw-Hill Companies' 2001 Symposium, May 2001. Invited panel presentation.
  20. Rolf JE, Stouffer B, Nansel TR. Begging with Dignity: A Guide to Obtaining Grants for Health and Safety Programming. Kansans Promoting Health, Manhattan, Kansas, March 1997. Invited seminar.

Conference Presentations

  1. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Liu A, Burger KS, Faith MS, Stuebe AM, Nicholson WK, Eisenberg MH, Dempster KW, Siega-Riz AM. Food reward sensitivity, self-control, and the home food environment: associations with BMI during early pregnancy, International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Victoria, British Columbia, June 2017.
  2. Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Lipsky LM, Liu D, Lewin D, Luk JW, Simons-Morton B. Less optimal sleep patterns are associated with poorer diet quality among US adolescents. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Victoria, British Columbia, June 2017. Platform presentation.
  3. Lipsky LM, Burger KS, Faith M, Siega-Riz AM, Eisenberg MH, Dempster KW, Liu A, Nansel TR. Eating in the absence of hunger in pregnant women in the presence of highly-palatable versus normo-palatable foods: consistent behavior, varying impact. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Victoria, British Columbia, June 2017.
  4. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Eisenberg MH, Dempster KW, Simons-Morton B. One-year stability of the power of food scale in U.S. young adults, and associations with weight perception, dieting and one-year BMI change. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Victoria, British Columbia, June 2017.
  5. *Eisenberg MH, Lipsky LM, Liu A, Nansel TR. Longitudinal associations of parent attitudes and motivation on the diet quality of youth with type 1 diabetes and the moderating role of age and nutrition knowledge. American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, August 2016.
  6. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Liu A. Improving the diets of picky eaters: unexpected findings from an intervention study. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Cape Town, South Africa, June 2016. Platform presentation.
  7. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Haynie D, Liu D, Li K, Pratt C, Iannotti R, Simons-Morton B. Correlates of diet quality over four years in a national sample of US emerging adults. Experimental Biology, San Diego CA, April 2016. Platform presentation.
  8. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg MG, Liu D, Haynie DL. I’m a junk food junkie: Association of food reward sensitivity with intake of unhealthy foods in young adults. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2016.
  9. *Eisenberg MH, Lipsky LM, Liu A, Nansel T. Longitudinal associations between controlled motivation, disordered eating behaviors and poor diabetes outcomes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC, April 2016.
  10. *Eisenberg MH, Nansel TR, Lipsky L, Dempster K, Liu D, Haynie D. Unhealthy weight control behaviors: does high food reward sensitivity increase risk? Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2016. Platform presentation.
  11. *Dempster KW, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg MH, Gilman SE, Haynie DL, See-Winn AE, Simons-Morton B. Mood and food: associations of depressive symptoms with soda, snacks, and fast food. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2016.
  12. *Dempster KW, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg MH, Haynie DL, Lee-Win AE, Simons-Morton B. Depressive symptoms are cross-sectionally and prospectively associated with unhealthy weight control behaviors in emerging adults. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2016.
  13. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Liu D, Eisenberg MH, Haynie DL. Food reward sensitivity, weight gain and dieting in a nationally representative sample of US youth. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2016.
  14. Quick V, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Autonomous and controlled motivation for healthful eating in youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents. Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, Nashville, Tennessee, October 2015.
  15. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg M, Liu A, Mehta S, Laffel L. Can families eat better without spending more: evaluation of diet cost in an intervention study among youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Edinburgh, UK, June 2015. Platform presentation.
  16. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Eisenberg M, Laffel L, Mehta S, Liu, A. Autonomous and controlled motivation: longitudinal effects on diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes in a behavioral nutrition intervention trial. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Edinburgh, UK, June 2015. Platform presentation.
  17. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Eisenberg M, Laffel L, Mehta S. Concordance of parent and youth diet quality in families of youth with type 1 diabetes participating in a dietary intervention. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Edinburgh, UK, June 2015. Platform presentation.
  18. Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Laffel LM, Mehta SN, Volkening LK, Liu A. Body mass index and indicators of adiposity are adversely associated with cardiovascular biomarkers in youth with type 1 diabetes over 18 months. American Heart Association EPI/Lifestyle 2015 Scientific Sessions, Baltimore MD, March 2015.
  19. Eisenberg MH, Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Gee B, Liu A, Mehta S, Laffel L. Parent healthful eating attitudes and motivations are prospectively associated with dietary quality among youth with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, Texas, April 2015.
  20. Gee B, Nansel TR, Liu A. A clinic-integrated behavioral intervention reduces hypoglycemia in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Antonio, Texas, April 2015. Platform presentation.
  21. Gee B, Nansel TR, Liu A. Identifying latent subgroups of parent-child relationships in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society for Prevention Research, Washington DC, May 2015. Platform presentation.
  22. Lipsky LM, Haynie DL, Liu D, Li K, Chaurasia A, Nansel TR, Gee B, Simons-Morton B. Trajectories of eating behaviors over four years in a nationally-representative cohort of U.S. adolescents overall and by baseline weight status. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Edinburgh, UK, June 2015.
  23. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Haynie D, Mehta S, Lipsky L, Volkening L, Butler D, Higgins L, Liu A. Improving diet quality in youth with type 1 diabetes: efficacy of a family-based behavioral intervention. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, San Diego, California, May 2014.
  24. Nansel TR, Thomas DM, Liu A. A clinic-integrated behavioral intervention for families of youth with type 1 diabetes is equally effective across income levels. Society for Prevention Research, Washington DC, May 2014.
  25. Thomas DM, Nansel TR, Lipsky L, Liu A. Parent-child relationship quality mediates the association of income with adherence and glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society for Prevention Research, Washington DC, May 2014. Platform presentation.
  26. Quick V, Lipsky LM, Nansel TR, Quinn H, Laffel LM, Mehta SN. Relationships among neophobia, pickiness, dietary variety and dietary quality in youth with type 1 diabetes, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Houston, Texas, October 2013.
  27. Lipsky LM, Iannotti R, Nansel TR, Pratt C. Discretionary dietary intake in US adolescents in the NEXT Generation Health Study. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity Annual Meeting, Ghent Belgium, May 2013.
  28. Nansel TR, Lipsky LM, Iannotti RJ. A longitudinal examination of general and diabetes-specific parenting in relation to diabetes outcomes and quality of life. Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, California, March 2013.
  29. Volkening LK, Baskaran C, Bellman LB, Nansel TR, Mehta SN, Laffel LM. Central adiposity and insulin resistance in youth with type 1 diabetes, Endocrine Society, San Francisoc, California, June 2013.
  30. Baskaran C, Mickey SS, Volkening LK, Lipsky LM, Mehta SN, Laffel LM, Nansel TR. Adiposity in youth with type 1 diabetes compared with a normative sample of youth from NHANES, Endocrine Society, San Francisco, California, June 2013.
  31. Laffel LM, Baskaran C, Hudson ML, Nansel TR, Volkening LK, Mehta SN. Misclassification of pediatric overweight and obesity according to BMI percentile in youth with type 1 diabetes, Endocrine Society, San Francisco, California, June 2013.
  32. Katz M. Mehta S, Volkening L, Lipsky L, Nansel T, Laffel L. Association of fat and fiber intake with glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Pediatric Academic Society, Washington DC, May 2013.
  33. Markowitz JT, Mickey SS, Fisher EA, Haynie D, Nansel TR, Mehta SN, Laffel LMB. Implications of family history of diabetes in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2012.
  34. Katz M, Bellman L, Kelley C, Nansel T, Lipsky L, Mehta S, Laffel L. Do protein and fat impact glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes? American Diabetes Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2012.
  35. Mehta S, Gaffney K, Volkening L, Nansel T, Haynie D, Laffel L. Lower basal to total daily insulin ratio is associated with lower A1c in youth with type 1 diabetes using pump therapy. American Diabetes Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 2012.
  36. *Lipsky L, Nansel TR, Iannotti R. Trends in body mass index in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society for Prevention Research, May/June 2012, Washington DC. Platform presentation.
  37. Haynie DL, Lipsky L, Mehta S, Laffel L, Nansel T. Identification of lower cost higher quality options within food categories. Society for Prevention Research, May/June 2012, Washington DC.
  38. Nansel TR, Lipsky L, Mehta SN, Laffel L. Dietary pickiness in youth with type 1 diabetes: effects on parent and youth healthful eating attitudes and youth diet quality. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Austin, Texas, April 2012. Platform presentation.
  39. Nansel TR, Iannotti R, Liu A. Clinic-integrated behavioral intervention for families of youth with type 1 diabetes: effects on glycemic and family management outcomes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2012. Platform presentation.
  40. *Lipsky L, Nansel T, Haynie D, Mehta S, Laffel L. Relations between child-reported food exposure and preferences, and parent-reported food availability to child dietary intake and quality. American Public Health Association, Washington DC, November 2011. Platform presentation.
  41. Engeln K, Haynie DL, Mathenia S, Nansel T, Lipsky L. Marketing strategies for food products in parenting magazines: health assertions, consumer appeals, and good parent empathy. American Public Health Association, Washington DC, November 2011. Platform presentation.
  42. Nansel T, Haynie D, Lipsky L., Laffel L, Mehta S. Diet quality varies by meal type and location in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California. June 2011.
  43. Mehta SN, Sands AL, Volkening LK, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Similar physical activity and zBMI in youth with and without type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California. June 2011.
  44. Sands AL, Lipsky LM, Laffel LM, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Mehta SN. Associations between dietary intake of youth with type 1 diabetes and their parents. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California. June 2011.
  45. Higgins LA, Sands AL, Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Nansel TR, Laffel LM. Associations of youth and parent weight status and reported intake vs. predicted energy intake in families of youth with T1D. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California. June 2011.
  46. Volkening LK, Ryan BA, Mehta SN, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Laffel LM. Impact of co-morbid conditions on health-related quality of life in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California. June 2011.
  47. Abel B, Abraham SB, Rubino D, Nansel T, Ramsey S, Nieman LK. Comparison of quality of life between patients with Cushing’s syndrome and obese subjects without Cushing’s syndrome. The Endocrine Society, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2011.
  48. *Tse J, Nansel T, Weaver N, Williams J. Botello-Harbaum M. Will it work in real life? Barriers and facilitators to implementation of an individually-tailored kiosk-based injury prevention program in pediatric primary care. National Institutes of Health Intern Research Festival. May 2011.
  49. Haynie D, Lipsky L, Nansel T, Mehta S, Laffel L. The cost of a healthful diet: Relations between cost and quality of dietary intake in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  50. Nansel T, Lipsky L, Haynie D, Mehta S, Laffel L. Relations among parent and youth social cognitive constructs and dietary intake in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  51. *Lipsky L, Nansel T, Haynie D, Laffel L, Mehta S. Concordance of dietary intake and quality between children with type 1 diabetes and their parents. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  52. *Tse J, Nansel T, Haynie D, Laffel L, Mehta S. The relationship of diet quality and disordered eating behaviors in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011. Platform presentation.
  53. *Caccavale LJ, Nansel T, Haynie D, Laffel L, Mehta S. Disordered eating among adolescents with type 1 diabetes: relations with family environment and quality of life. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  54. Ryan B, Theordore M, Mehta S, Butler D, Haynie D, Nansel T, Laffel L. Diabetes-specific family conflict, adherence and glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  55. Nansel T, Weaver N, Williams J, Willson K, Tse J. Implementation of a kiosk-based pediatric injury prevention program in primary care. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC, April 2011.
  56. Nansel T, Liu A, Lipsky L, Haynie D, Mehta S, Laffel L. Differences in diet quality between weekdays and weekends: utility of a random effects model. Experimental Biology, Washington DC, April 2011.
  57. *Lipsky L, Nansel T, Haynie D. Development and validation of an interpretable measure of dietary intake of whole plant foods. Experimental Biology, Washington DC, April 2011.
  58. Nansel TR. Advancing behavioral theory in diabetes intervention research. Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange. Asheville, North Carolina, February 2011. Platform presentation.
  59. Williams J, Nansel T, Weaver N, Tse J. Safe N' Sound: a tool to prioritize injury messages for pediatric healthcare. Injury Free Coalition Conference, Chicago, IL. November 2010. Platform presentation.
  60. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Mehta S, Rovner A, Haynie D. Influence of diet quality on glycemic control and body mass index in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  61. *Rovner AJ, Nansel TR, Mehta SN, Higgins LA, Haynie DL, Laffel LMB. Development of a type 1 diabetes nutrition knowledge survey. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  62. Mehta SN, Volkening LK, Nansel TR, Lawlor MT, Higgins LA, Laffel LMB. Validation of a self-report measure to assess adherence in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  63. Theodore M, Bucey N, Mehta SN, Butler DA, Nansel TR, Laffel LMB. Impact of family structure on diabetes management and glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  64. Ryan BA, Sands AL, Laffel LMB, Butler DA, Nansel TR, Mehta SN. Consistency of health-related quality of life across insulin regimens in pediatric type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  65. Markowitz JT, Volkening LK, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T. Validation of an abbreviated adherence measure in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  66. Butler DA, Volkening LK, Lochrie AS, Markowitz JT, Murphy H, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J. Diabetes-specific management goals selected by families to optimize glycemic control during childhood type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  67. Alleyn CR, Volkening LK, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Anderson BJ, Nansel T, Laffel LMB. Discordance between point-of-care and HPLC A1c measurements across sites and over time. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  68. Katz ML, Laffel LMB, Anderson BJ, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Nansel TR, Volkening LK. Incidence rates of severe hypoglycemia differ across contemporary insulin regimens in pediatric type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida June 2010. Poster presentation.
  69. Wang J, Iannotti R, Luk J, Nansel T. A Latent Class Analysis of Co-occurrence of Traditional and Cyber Victimization. American Academy of Health Behavior, Clearwater Beach, Florida, February 2010.
  70. Rovner AJ, Mehta S, Haynie D, Robinson E, Duffy C, Bucey N, Ryan B, Theodore M, Pound H, Higgins L, Laffel L, Nansel T. Benefits, barriers and strategies of family meals among children with type 1 diabetes and their parents: focus group findings. American Dietetic Association, October, 2009. Poster presentation.
  71. Brotman RM, Klebanoff MA, Nansel T, Zhang J, Yu KF, Andrews WW, and Schwebke JR. A prospective study of bacterial vaginosis as a risk factor for incident gonococcal and chlamydial genital infection. International Society STD Research, London, England, June 2009.
  72. Nansel TR, Chen R, Wysocki T, Holmbeck G, Weissberg-Benchell J, Laffel L, Anderson B. Bidirectional relations between parent-child conflict and HbA1c. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  73. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Chen R, Weissberg-Benchell J, Lochrie A, Anderson B, Wysocki T. Disordered eating in youth with type 1 diabetes: longitudinal and mediating relations with parenting style and diabetes-specific parenting behaviors. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  74. Weissberg-Benchell J, Holmbeck G, Wysocki T, Anderson B, Laffel L, Nansel TR. Primary and secondary caregivers perspectives on family behaviors and child outcomes. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Platform presentation.
  75. Anderson B, Volkening L, Weissberg-Benchell J, Lochrie L, Nansel T, Laffel L. The family context of youth depression in young adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1D). American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  76. Laffel L, Volkening LK, Anderson BJ, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Nansel T. Intensive insulin therapy in youth with type 1 diabetes is not associated with untoward weight gain. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  77. Haynie DL, Mehta S, Rovner A, Robinson E, Duffy CW, Bucey NN, Ryan BA, Theodore M, Pound H, Higgins LA, Laffel L, Nansel T. Family and peer influences on dietary choices in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  78. Mehta SN, Haynie DL, Bucey NN, Ryan BA, Robinson EM, Duffy CW, Rovner AJ, Pound HJ, Theodore M, Higgins LA, Nansel TR, Laffel L. Challenges with healthful eating in youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D) despite flexible insulin therapy. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  79. Chen L, Zhang C, Yeung E, Nansel TR, Willett WC, Hu FB. A prospective study of pre-gravid consumption of fruits and vegetables and the risk of gestational diabetes mellitus. American Diabetes Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 2009. Poster presentation.
  80. Rovner A, Wang J, Nansel T, Iannotti R. School food environment and students’ dietary behaviors. American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Scientific Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 2009. Poster presentation.
  81. Wang J, Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR. US Adolescent Bully-Victim Behaviors: Physical, Verbal, Social and Cyber. American Academy of Health Behavior Annual Scientific Meeting, Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 2009. Poster presentation.
  82. Al Sabbah H, Vereecken C, Elgar F, Nansel T, Aasvee K, Ojala K, Abdeen Z, Ahluwalia N, Maes L. Body Weight Dissatisfaction and Communication with Parents among Adolescents in 24 Countries: International Cross Sectional Survey. American Public Health Association, San Diego, California, October 2008. Platform presentation.
  83. Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Laffel L, Anderson B. Measurement of diabetes quality of life in children: support for a unitary construct. American Diabetes Association, San Francisco, California, June 2008. Poster presentation.
  84. *Robinson E, Schneider S, Nansel TR, Iannotti R. Parenting goals and their associations with HbA1c in children with Type 1 Diabetes. National Conference in Child Health Psychology, Miami, Florida, April 2008. Poster presentation.
  85. Nansel TR. Developing an adherence instrument for youth with type 1 diabetes. Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, Sedona, New Mexico, February, 2008. Platform presentation.
  86. *Botello-Harbaum M, Nansel TR, Williams J, Jacobsen H, Weaver N. Dissemination of a tailored injury prevention program to facilitate anticipatory guidance in pediatric health care. Society for Public Health Education, Alexandria, Virginia, November 2007. Platform presentation.
  87. *Gellar L, Nansel TR, McGill A, Carmack C. Blood glucose response to mixed meals of varying glycemic index in overweight youth with type 2 diabetes or impaired glucose metabolism. NAASO: The Obesity Society, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 2007. Poster presentation.
  88. *Rovner A, Gellar L, Nansel TR. The effect of a low glycemic index diet versus a standard diet on blood glucose levels and macronutrient intake in youths with type 1 diabetes: a cross-over design study. American Dietetic Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, September 2007. Platform presentation.
  89. Spriggs A, Iannotti R, Nansel TR, Haynie D. Racial/ethnic variation in contextual determinants of bullying. American School Health Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 2007. Poster presentation.
  90. Nansel TR, Gellar L, McGill A, Carmack C. Effect of varying glycemic index meals on blood sugar control assessed with continuous glucose monitoring. American Diabetes Association, Chicago, IL, June 2007. Platform presentation.
  91. Rubino D, Ramsey S, Baid S, Nansel TR, Nieman L. Diabetes, metabolic syndrome, cortisol dynamics and perceived stress do not impede maintenance of weight loss. The Endocrine Society, Toronto, Canada, June 2007. Poster presentation.
  92. Baid SK, Nansel TR, Rubino C, Nieman LK. (June 2007). Systemic hypercortisolism is not present in subjects with obesity and metabolic syndrome. The Endocrine Society, Toronto, Canada. Poster presentation.
  93. *Gellar L, Nansel TR. Promoting healthier carbohydrate choices: lessons from a study of youth with diabetes. CDC Diabetes Translation Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, May 2007. Platform presentation.
  94. Nansel TR, Iannotti R, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick L, Clark L, Zeitzoff L. Improved blood sugar control among middle adolescents following exposure to an individualized problem-solving intervention. Society for Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC, March 2007. Poster presentation.
  95. *Botello-Harbaum M, Nansel TR, Haynie D, Iannotti R, Simons-Morton B. Responsiveness parenting style is associated with greater diabetes-related quality of life among children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Society for Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC, March 2007. Platform presentation.
  96. *McGill A, Gellar L, Carmack C, Nansel TR. The effect of meals of varying glycemic index on blood glucose levels in youth with diabetes. National Institutes of Health Summer Research Program Poster Day, August 2006. Poster presentation.
  97. Nansel TR, Weissberg-Benchell J, Wysocki T, Hood K, Anderson B. Parenting children with type 1 diabetes: effects on general and diabetes-related quality of life. American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  98. Nansel TR, Laffel L, Weissberg-Benchell J, Anderson B, Wysocki T. Quality of life in youth with type 1 diabetes: a comparison of general and diabetes-specific measures. American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  99. Weissberg-Benchell J, Holmbeck G, Nansel TR, Laffel L, Anderson B, Locharie A. The Role of Quality of Life on Adherence Behaviors. American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  100. *Gellar L, Nansel TR, Schrader K, Zeitzoff L. Perceptions of healthy eating among youth with diabetes: identification of facilitators and barriers. American Diabetes Association, Washington, DC, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  101. *Gellar L, Nansel TR, Zeitzoff L. Whole grain acceptance among youth with diabetes: demographics and public health implications. CDC Diabetes Translation and Obesity Conference, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  102. Baid S, Rubino D, Nansel TR, Wade M, Nieman LK. Cortisol and perceived stress are not associated with weight or the metabolic syndrome. The Endocrine Society, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  103. Baid S, Rubino D, Wade M, Nansel TR, Nieman LK. False positive screening tests for Cushing’s syndrome in obesity: salivary cortisol does not perform better than 24h urine free cortisol. The Endocrine Society, Boston, Massachusetts, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  104. Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Schneider S, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B. Assessing regimen adherence of adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, California, March 2006. Poster presentation.
  105. Neggers Y, Nansel TR, Klebanoff MA, Andrews WW. The relationship between bacterial vaginosis and dietary intake. Society for Epidemiologic Research, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  106. Brotman R, Klebanoff M, Schwebke J, Nansel T, Zhang J, Yu K, Andrews W for the Longitudinal Vaginal Flora Study Group. Why do women douche? Longitudinal patterns of vaginal douching among women in Alabama. Society for Epidemiologic Research, June 2006. Poster presentation.
  107. Nansel TR. Promoting healthy eating in diabetes management: how do we go forward without going back? Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, Savannah, Georgia, February, 2006. Platform presentation.
  108. Lin M, Andrews W, Klebanoff M, Schwebke J, Zhang J, Cliver S, Nansel TR, Yu, K. Longitudinal study of vaginal flora: obesity is significantly associated with bacterial vaginosis. Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, February, 2006. Poster presentation.
  109. Nansel TR, Birney A, Lahey M, Brink S. Use of an Instant Messenger Natural Language Interface to Help Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes Identify Self-Management Problems. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Chicago, Illinois, October, 2005. Platform presentation.
  110. Rubino D, Ramsey S, Baid S, Nansel TR, Frank A, Nieman L. Do obese patients with binge eating disorder demonstrate increased cortisol secretion? North American Association for the Study of Obesity, Vancouver, Canada, October 2005. Poster presentation.
  111. Harwood B, Nansel TR. Quality of life and acceptability of medical versus surgical management of early pregnancy failure. Association of Reproductive Health Professionals, Tampa, Florida, September 2005. Platform presentation.
  112. *Gellar L, Nansel TR, Zeitzoff L. Acceptability of low glycemic, whole foods at diabetes camp. Society for Nutrition Education, Orlando, Florida, July 2005. Poster presentation.
  113. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick L, Clark, L, Zeitzoff L. Short-term outcomes of a diabetes “personal trainer” intervention. American Diabetes Association, San Diego, California, June 2005. Platform presentation.
  114. Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick LP, Clark L, Zeitzoff L. Assessing physical activity in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Amsterdam, June 2005. Poster presentation.
  115. Nansel TR, Riggs M, Yu K, Andrews W, Schwebke J, Klebanoff M. The Longitudinal Study of Vaginal Flora: Longitudinal and Case-Crossover Analyses of Psychosocial Stress and Bacterial Vaginosis. Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research, Toronto, Canada, June 2005. Platform presentation.
  116. Lindsay JR, Nansel TR, Baid S, Gumowski J, Nieman LK. Poor Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQOL) in long-term remission from Cushing’s Syndrome despite initial post-operative improvement. The Endocrine Society, San Diego, California, June 2005. Poster presentation.
  117. Baid S, Nansel TR, Rubino D, Ramsey S, Frank A, Nieman LK. Parameters of cortisol production do not predict the metabolic syndrome or increased c-reactive protein in obese subjects. The Endocrine Society, San Diego, California, June 2005. Poster presentation.
  118. Overpeck MD, Ramcharran D, Nansel TR, Hediger ML, Ledsky R, Vladutiu CJ. Pubertal status and U.S. adolescent male bullying. Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Conference, December 2004. Poster presentation.
  119. Gage JC, Overpeck MD, Nansel TR, Kogan M. Peer activity in the evenings and participation in aggressive and problem behaviors. Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Conference, December 2004. Poster presentation.
  120. Overpeck MD, Ramcharran D, Nansel TR, Hediger M, Ledsky R, Vladutiu C. Pubertal status and U.S. adolescent male bullying. American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, November 2004. Poster presentation.
  121. Gage JC, Overpeck MD, Nansel TR, Kogan MD. Peer activity in the evenings and participation in aggressive and problem behaviors. American Public Health Association, Washington, DC, November 2004. Poster presentation.
  122. *Vasquez VM, Carelle MG, Hitchcock BD, Schrader KM, Nansel TR. Self-efficacy influenced by responsive parental involvement as a predictor of quality of life in type 1 diabetic youth. National Institutes of Health Summer Research Program Poster Day, August 2004. Poster presentation.
  123. Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Haynie DL, Schneider S, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick LP, Clark L. Dimensions of parental involvement and relations with adherence and quality of life in youth with type 1 diabetes. American Diabetes Association, Orlando, Florida, June 2004. Poster presentation.
  124. Iannotti RJ, Schneider S, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B. Self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and metabolic control in adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Society of Pediatric Psychology National Conference on Child Health Psychology, Charleston, South Carolina, April, 2004. Poster presentation.
  125. Schneider S, Nansel TR, Iannotti RJ, Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B, Plotnick LP, Sobel DO. Assessment of self-management of adolescent type 1 diabetes - toward identification of distinct self-care components. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2004. Poster presentation.
  126. Iannotti RJ, Hennessy N, Nansel TR, Simons-Morton B, Werts N, Gellar L, Kumah Y, Plotnick L, Clark L. Goals and barriers for type 1 diabetes management in adolescents. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2004. Platform presentation.
  127. Klebanoff M, Schwebke JR, Nansel TR, Zhang J, Yu K, Andrews WW. The longitudinal study of vaginal flora: a randomized trial of douching and bacterial vaginosis. Society for Gynecologic Investigation 51st Annual Scientific Meeting, Houston, Texas, March 2004. Poster presentation.
  128. Nansel TR. Developing a practice model for the use of motivational interviewing in diabetes management healthcare. Behavioral Research in Diabetes Group Exchange, Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, February 2004. Platform presentation.
  129. Nansel TR, Overpeck MD. Relationships between bullying and violence among youth – US findings and cross-national comparisons. Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children International Meeting, Bethesda, Maryland, October 2003. Platform presentation.
  130. Iannotti RJ, Nansel TR, Haynie DL, Schneider S, Simons-Morton B. Family processes and diabetes management. Midwestern Sociological Society, Chicago, Illinois, March 2003. Platform presentation.
  131. Christian R, Stratton P, Merino M, Nansel TR, Segars J, Wesley R, Barnhart L, Nieman L. The selective progesterone receptor mediator CDB-2914 has estrogenic and anti-estrogenic effects in menopausal women. 84th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, San Francisco, California, June 2002. Poster presentation.
  132. *Steel AE, Nansel TR, Nieman L. Cushing’s Syndrome: The SF-36 short form as a measure of health-related quality of life. National Institutes of Health Summer Research Program Poster Day, Bethesda, Maryland, August 2002. Poster presentation.
  133. Nansel TR, Jacobsen HA, Weaver NL, Donlin MJ, Kreuter MW. Safe ‘N Sound. In J. L. Hartos (Chair), Use of persuasive communications in health promotion programs. Society for Prevention Research, Seattle, Washington, June 2002. Symposium presentation.
  134. Nansel TR, Overpeck M. The relationship of bullying and being bullied to aggression/violence in a nationally representative sample of U.S. youth. Society for Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2002. Platform presentation.
  135. Haynie D, Nansel TR. Development of alcohol use in middle school: examining different growth trajectories. Society for Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 2002. Poster presentation.
  136. Nansel TR, Simons-Morton B, Jacobsen HA, Kreuter MW, Weaver NL, Donlin MJ. Baby, Be Safe: the effect of tailored injury prevention communications in primary care. Society for Prevention Research, June 2001, Washington, DC. Poster presentation
  137. Nansel TR, Overpeck M, Pilla R, Ruan WJ, Simons-Morton B, Scheidt P. Bullying behaviors among U.S. youth: prevalence and association with psychosocial adjustment. WHO Heath Behavior in School Children 2001 Full Meeting, Edinburgh, Scotland, May 2001. Platform presentation.
  138. *Johnson MJ, Brown SN, Nansel TR. The “Baby, Be Safe” program. National Institutes of Health Summer Research Program Poster Day, April 2001. Poster presentation.
  139. Weaver NL, Donlin MJ, Jacobsen HA, Kreuter MW, Nansel TR. Prioritizing household injury risks in tailored communication. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2000. Poster presentation.
  140. Jacobson HA, Kreuter MW, Nansel TR, Donlin MJ, Weaver NL. Tailored injury prevention in a pediatric primary care setting. Society for Public Health Education Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2000. Poster presentation.
  141. Haynie D, Nansel TR, Simons-Morton B. Aggressors, victims, and aggressor-victims: differential effects of a problem-behavior prevention program. Society for Prevention Research, Montreal, Quebec, June 2000. Poster presentation.
  142. Nansel TR. Bullying and victimization among adolescents: co-occurrence and associations with psychosocial risk factors. Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, Illinois, March 2000. Poster presentation.
  143. Nansel TR, Rolf JE, Baldwin J, Johnson J. Predictors of adolescent sexual behavior among Native American youth following an HIV/AIDS and AOD preventive intervention. Society for Prevention Research, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1999. Poster presentation.
  144. Haynie DL, Simons-Morton B, Nansel TR. The indirect influence of parents on problem behavior through adolescents’ association with deviant friends. Society for Prevention Research, New Orleans, Louisiana, June 1999. Poster presentation.
  145. Nansel TR, Rolf JE, Johnson J, Baldwin J. Developing Culturally Relevant Programming and Outcome Measures for HIV and AOD Prevention among Native American Youth. Society for Prevention Research, Park City, Utah, June 1998. Symposium presentation.
  146. Nansel TR. Youth risk behaviors: Interrelationships and implications for prevention/ intervention. Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1998. Poster presentation.
  147. Rolf JE, Nansel TR, Johnson J. Accessing Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Resources. Children, Youth, and Families at Risk Initiative Conference, Tucson, Arizona, March 1998.
  148. Johnson JL, Rolf JE, Nansel TR. Cross-cultural perspectives: Working with diverse student populations. Second National Conference on Advancing School-Based Mental Health Services, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 1997.
  149. Nansel TR, Rolf JE, Baldwin J, Johnson J. Positive Culture and Family Influences in Response to a Multi-Method HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Prevention Program among Native American Youth. 6th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Columbia, South Carolina, May 1997. Poster presentation.
  150. Rolf JE, Nansel TR, Baldwin J, Johnson J. Sharing the Prevention Vision: The Benefits of Enhancing Rural Prevention Programs with Locally Produced Media. 6th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Columbia, South Carolina, May 1997.
  151. Nansel TR. Student Ratings as a Component of Teaching Evaluation. Southwestern Psychological Association, Houston, Texas, April 1996. Symposium presentation.
  152. Nansel TR, Burdsal, C. Connecting with the Community. Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 1995. Symposium presentation.
  153. Afrank JS, Fly PM, Nansel TR, Partridge RT. Handy PC Tools. In C.R. Teal, R.T. Partridge, & M.J. Klingsporn (Co-Chairs), Getting it for Free, or Almost: A Researcher’s Shareware Tool Kit. Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 1995. Symposium presentation.
  154. Nansel TR, Jackson DL. A Survey of Evaluation Strategies of Residential Treatment Programs. In R.C. Force (Chair), Various Strategies for Evaluating Therapeutic Effectiveness in Treatment Programs. Southwestern Psychological Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma, April 1994. Symposium presentation.
  155. Nansel TR, Warren ML, Sanders LE, Meissen GJ. A qualitative study of the SHAL Project: Self-help group leaders in newly developing roles. In Meissen, G. & Borkman, T. (Co-Chairs) Qualitative Research with Self-Help Groups. Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Williamsberg, Virginia, May 1993. Symposium presentation.
  156. Herring L, Nansel TR, Meissen G. The Receptivity of Mental Health Consumers by Non-Mental Health Self-Help Groups. In G.J. Meissen (Chair), The Role of Self-Help in Community Action and Research. Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin, Texas, April 1993. Symposium presentation.

Educational Material and Media Development

CHEF: This curriculum integrates a motivational interviewing interaction style with activity-based education and applied problem solving training to promote healthy eating practices among families of children with type 1 diabetes.

WE*CAN: This is a flexible, “toolbox” style curriculum designed to promote the development and use of problem-solving skills by youth with diabetes and their families. Modules guide the facilitator and family through motivation-building dialog and problem-solving processes around various aspects of the diabetes regimen. Supplementary materials are used to address specific family educational needs in areas such as communication, responsibility-sharing, burnout, and other relevant topics.

Dbuddy: This interactive software program is designed to facilitate the integration of behavioral principles into the clinic environment for the care of youth with type 1 diabetes. The program assists youth in identifying problem areas in adherence, and building motivation for behavior change in these areas. Customized feedback promotes interaction and problem-solving around these topics with the health care provider.

Diabetes Personal Trainer: This curriculum integrates a motivational interviewing interaction style with applied behavior analysis and applied problem solving training to teach youth with type 1 diabetes how to identify and address adherence difficulties.

Baby, Be Safe / Safe ‘N Sound: This is a computer-based assessment and tailored education program for use in the primary health care setting to promote adoption of injury prevention behaviors by parents of young children. Parents complete an assessment on-screen and receive an individually-tailored 3-page printout on their child’s risk injury and recommended behavior changes. Health care providers also receive a one-page summary of assessment results and recommendations.

Becoming My Best Self. A Prevention Curriculum for Youth: This 10-session curriculum for middle-school aged youth is designed to promote the development of problem-solving skills that may be applied in various potentially difficult situations, including those dealing with alcohol use, social behavior, and family relationships.

K-State Community Health Home Page: I developed and maintained a listing of health-related web links, and assisted in the development of various health-related information for this website from 1996-1998.

“Road Trip” Prevention Video for Youth: This is a video designed to introduce the use of a problem-solving method entitled “SODAS” in difficult/risky situations such as those in which alcohol and/or other drugs are involved. I was involved in several aspects of the video, including script review, auditioning of talent, coordination of activities during filming, and pilot-testing the completed video.