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Ruth Malone, Ph.D., R.N.

University of California, San Francisco # of Grants: 6

Grants

Tobacco industry targeting of African Americans 2000 (Cycle 9) $99,680
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

Tobacco industry responses to industry-focused campaigns 2002 (Cycle 11) $77,806
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

Bayview-Hunters Point partnership toward smoking cessation 2002 (Cycle 11) $75,000
Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation Pilot CARA

Protecting the "hood" against tobacco: cessation project 2003 (Cycle 12) $512,200
Tobacco-Use Prevention and Cessation Full CARA

Tobacco Industry Targeting of Older Persons 2007 (Cycle 16) $509,993
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Research Project Awards

Exploring retailer abandonment of tobacco sales 2009 (Cycle 18) $250,000
Public Health, Public Policy, and Economics Exploratory/Developmental Award
Publications

African American leadership groups: Smoking with the enemy.
Periodical: Tobacco Control Index Medicus:
Authors: Yerger VB, & Malone RE ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: 11 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 336 - 345

Tobacco industry surveillance of public health groups: The case of STAT and INFACT.
Periodical: American Journal of Public Health Index Medicus:
Authors: Malone RE ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: 92 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 955 - 960

Bayview-Hunder's Point residents are PHAT and that's a good thing.
Periodical: San Francisco Bay View Index Medicus:
Authors: McGruder C ART
Yr: 2002 Vol: October 30 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 4

Thinking the 'unthinkable': why Philip Morris considered quitting.
Periodical: Tobacco Control Index Medicus:
Authors: Smith EA, Malone RE ART
Yr: 2003 Vol: 12 Nbr: 2 Abs: Pg: 208-213

It's like tuskegee in reverse - A case study of ethical tensions in IRB review of community participatory research
Periodical: Index Medicus:
Authors: Malone, R.E. ART
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False promises: The tobacco industry, low-tar cigarettes, and older smokers.
Periodical: Journal of the American Geriatrics Society Index Medicus:
Authors: Cataldo JK, Malone RE ART
Yr: 2008 Vol: 56 Nbr: Abs: Pg: 1716-1723

Development of an evidence-based tobacco treatment curriculum for psychiatry training programs.
Periodical: Journal of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Index Medicus:
Authors: Prochaska J, Fromont S. Cataldo J ART
Yr: 2009 Vol: 15 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 24 - 31

Smoking as a risk factor for alzheimer's disease: A meta-analysis controlling for tobacco industry affiliation.
Periodical: Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Index Medicus:
Authors: Cataldo, JK; Prochsdka, J; Glantz, S ART
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Smoking cessation: An integral part of treatment for oldr lung cancer patients.
Periodical: Journal of Clinical Oncology Index Medicus:
Authors: Cataldo, JK; Hall, S; Prochaska, J ART
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Combining community participatory research with a randomized clinical trial: The protecting the hood against tobacco (PHAT) smoking cessation study
Periodical: Heart & Lung Index Medicus:
Authors: Froelicher, E.S., Doolan, D, Yerger, V, McGruder, C, Maline, R.E. ART
Yr: 2010 Vol: 39 Nbr: 1 Abs: Pg: 50-63