Janice A. Sabin Publications:

  1. Sabin, J.A., Zatzick, D. F., & Rivara, F. P. (2005). A role for school health personnel in supporting children and families following childhood injury, J Sch Health, 75, (4), 141-144. PMID:15988840
  2. Zatzick, D. F., Russo, J., Grossman, D. Jurkovich, G., Sabin, J., Berliner, L., & Rivara, F. (2005). PTSD and depressive symptoms, alcohol use, and recurrent traumatic life events in a representative sample of injured adolescents and their parents, J Pediatr Psychol, 31 (4), 377-387. PMID:16093520
  3. Zatzick, D. F., Grossman, D., Russo, J., Pynoos, R., Berliner, L., Jurkovich, G., Sabin, J., McCauley, E., Ghesquiere, A., & Rivara, F. (2006). Predicting posttraumatic stress symptoms longitudinally in a representative sample of hospitalized injured adolescents. Am J Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry, 45 (10), 1188-1195. PMID:17003664
  4. Sabin, J.A., Zatzick, D. F., Jurkovich, G., & Rivara, F. P. (2006). Primary care utilization and detection of emotional distress among traumatically injured adolescents: Identifying an unmet need. Pediatrics, January, 117 (1), 130-138. PMID:1639687
  5. Sabin, J. A., Rivara, F. P., Greenwald, A. G. (2008). Physician implicit attitudes and stereotypes about race and quality of medical care, Medical Care, 46 (7) July 2008, 678-685. PMID:18580386
  6. Sabin, J. A., Nosek, B. A., Greenwald, A. G., Rivara, F.P., (2009). Physician implicit and explicit attitudes about race by MD race/ethnicity and gender. J of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20 (3), 903-920. PMID:19648715, NIHMS365001
  7. Spigner, Rees, Galvin, Sabin, Davis, Dick, Young, (2011). A Qualitative Assessment of Personal and Social Responsibility for Kidney Disease: Increasing Kidney Disease Awareness Network (IKAN) Transplant Project, J National Medical Association, 103(9-10). PMID:22364056
  8. Cooper, L. A., Roter, D., Carson, K. A., Beach, M., Sabin, J. A., Greenwald, A. G., Inui, T.S., 2012. Implicit Racial Bias among Clinicians, Communication Behaviors, and Patient Ratings of Interpersonal Care, American Journal of Public Health 102 (5). PMID:2420787
  9. Sabin JA, Greenwald AG, 2012.The Influence of Implicit Bias on Treatment Recommendations for Four Common Pediatric Conditions: Pain, Urinary Tract Infection, ADHD, and Asthma, American Journal of Public Health 102 (5). PMID: 22420817
  10. Sabin, Marini, and Nosek, (2012) Physician Implicit and Explicit Attitudes about Weight by MD Gender, BMI and Race/Ethnicity, PLoS One, November 7, 2012
  11. Squyer, E., Stamper, D. L., Hamilton, D. T., Sabin, J. A., Leopold, S. S., (2013) Use of the unloader brace for the treatment of knee osteoarthritis, Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

Published Abstracts:

  1. Sabin, J.A. (2005). Measuring implicit racial bias: Using the Implicit Association Test in health services research, American Journal of Epidemiology, 161 (Suppl.) S92. (abstract)
  2. Sabin, J., VanSchaik, E., Lynch, E., Stoner, S. (2010). Does awareness of unconscious associations enhance learning about healthcare disparities? American Journal of Epidemiology, 171(Suppl), S1–S157. (abstract)

Manuscripts Under Review

  1. Sabin, Stuber, Rocha, Greenwald, (submitted) Providers’ Implicit and Explicit Beliefs about Mental Illnesses and Clinical Competencies in Recovery, Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
  2. Hong, Walton, Tamaki, Sabin, (under revision, Journal of Psychiatric Research) Lifetime Rates and Sociodemographic Correlates of Psychiatric Disorders Among Asian Americans in the United States: Results from the National Latino and Asian American Study
  3. Spigner, C., Young, B., Sabin, J. A. (Submitted, American Journal of Kidney Disease) Qualitative Assessment of Patient Educational Materials: The Role of Phenomenology in Assessing Patients’ Perceptions for Seeking Information about Kidney Disease

Manuscripts In Preparation (data collection complete):

  1. Sabin, Moore, Noonan, Lallemand, Buchwald, (In Progress), Implicit and Explicit Attitudes about Weight and Race and their Association with Weight Management of American Indian Children, will submit Annals of Family Medicine
  2. Sabin, Moore, Noonan, Lallemand, Buchwald, (In Progress) Barriers to Weight Management of Children in the Indian Health Service
  3. Sabin, Kieckhefer, Phipps, Ratcliffe, Salldin, Redding (In Progress) A Successful Model of Interprofessional Clinical and Leadership Graduate Education for the Disciplines of Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, and Social Work
  4. Sabin, Stuber, Roche, Greenwald (In Progress) The Effect of Implicit Stereotypes on Providers’ Attitudes about Recovery, Competence, Social Distance and Dangerousness of a Person with Mental Illnesses
  5. Sabin, Riskind,& Nosek, (In Progress) Providers' implicit and explicit attitudes about sexual orientation
  6. Lyles, C., Spigner, C. Dick, A., Davis, C., Sabin, J., Young, B., (In Progress) Perceptions of Barriers to Kidney Transplantation: A Qualitative Analysis of Semi-Structured Interviews with Dialysis Patients and Transplant Recipients
  7. Spigner, C., Sabin, J., Lyles, C., Davis, C., Dick, A, Young, B. (In Progress) Providers’ Perceptions of Fear and Distrust Among Racial Minority Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease: A Qualitative Study
  8. Van Schaik, Sabin, Stoner, (In Progress) Building an Evidence-based Health Care Disparities Interactive Online CME Curriculum
  9. VanSchaik, Sabin, Stoner, (In Progress) The Virtual Patient Assessment: A Learning Tool
  10. VanSchaik, Sabin, Stoner, (In Progress) Physicians’ Reactions to a Health Care Disparities Curriculum that Includes the Science of Unconscious Bias

2012 Accepted Peer Reviewed Abstracts:

  1. Van Schaik, Sabin, (Accepted), NIH 2012 Summit on the Science of Eliminating Health Disparities, Healthcare Disparities: Patients and Providers an e-learning course, November 2, 2012
  2. Sabin, Kieckhefer, Phipps, Ratcliffe, Salldin, Redding (Accepted) A Successful Model of Interprofessional Clinical and Leadership Graduate Education for the Disciplines of Medicine, Nursing, Nutrition, and Social Work, 2012 AAMC annual meeting, November 4, 2012
  3. Sabin, Stuber, Christian, Greenwald, (Accepted) American Academy of Health annual meeting 2012, Community Mental Health Providers’ Implicit and Explicit Stereotypes about Mental Illness: Are they Associated with Clinical Practice Competencies?

Other Publications:

  1. Prepared Executive Summary by invitation of Congresswoman Christensen, RE: Sabin, J. A., Nosek, B. A., Greenwald, A. G., Rivara, F.P., Comparing physician implicit and explicit attitudes about race by gender, race and ethnicity. November, 2008
    Office of Hon. Donna M. Christensen
    1510 Longworth House Office Building
    Washington, DC 20515
    Phone: 202.225.1790 | Fax: 202.225.2051 (pdf)
  2. January 2010, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Sabin, J. A. et al., “Black physicians are less likely to have implicit preferences for blacks or whites” http://www.ahrq.gov/research/jan10/0110RA11.htm
  3. November 2008, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Sabin, J. A. et al. “Pediatricians Show Less Race Bias than Others” http://www.ahrq.gov/research/nov08/1108RA13.htm
  4. American Medical News: Sabin, J. A. et al. “Doctors often register unconscious bias against against blacks, study finds” By Kevin B. O'Reilly, amednews staff. Posted Sept. 28 2009. http://www.amaassn.org/amednews/2009/09/28/prsa0928.htm