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Calderón, SH; Gilbert, P; Jackson, R; Kohn, MA; Gerbert, B. Cueing Prenatal Providers: Effects on Discussions of Intimate Partner Violence. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, in press.

Gilbert, P; Herzig, K; Thakar, D; Viloria, J; Bogetz, A; Danley, D; Jackson, R; Gerbert, B. How Health Care Setting Affects Prenatal Providers’ Risk Reduction Practices: A Qualitative Comparison of Settings. Women & Health, in press.


Herzig, K; Huynh, D; Gilbert, P; Danley, D; Jackson, R; Gerbert, B. Comparing Prenatal Providers’ Approaches to Four Different Risks: Alcohol, Tobacco, Drugs, and Domestic Violence. Women & Health, 2006, 43 (3), 83-101.

Herzig, K; Danley, D; Jackson, R; Petersen, R; Chamberlain, L; Gerbert, B. Seizing the Nine-Month Moment: Addressing Behavioral Risks in Prenatal Patients. Patient Education and Counseling, 2006, 61, 228-235.

Kwon Hsieh, N; Herzig, K; Gansky, S; Danley, D; Gerbert, B. Changing Dentists’ Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior regarding Domestic Violence through an Interactive Multimedia Tutorial. Journal of the American Dental Association, 2006, 137 (5), 596-603.


Gerbert, B. The AVDR Tutorial for Dentists Brings Research-based Provider Education to New Format. Published online at Family Violence Prevention and Health Practice, 2005.

Gerbert, B. The Prevention for Prenatal Health Study. Published online at Family Violence Prevention and Health Practice, 2005.


Danley, D; Gansky, S; Chow, D; Gerbert, B. Preparing Dental Students to Recognize and Respond to Domestic Violence: The Impact of a Brief TutorialJournal of the American Dental Association, 2004, 135 (1), 67-73.


Gerbert, B; Herzig, K; Marecek, L; Salber, P. Physicians as Violence Prevention Activists—A Qualitative Study. Women & Health, 2003, 38 (4), 91-110.


Gerbert, B; Gansky, S; Tang, JW; McPhee, SJ; Carlton, R; Herzig, K; Danley, D, Caspers, N. Domestic Violence Compared to Other Health Risks: A Survey of Physicians' Beliefs and Behaviors. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2002, 23, 82-90.

Gerbert, B; Moe, J; Caspers, N; Salber, P; Feldman, M; Herzig, K; Bronstone, A. Physicians' Response to Victims of Domestic Violence: Toward a Model of Care. Women & Health, 2002, 35, 1-22.


Love, C; Gerbert, B; Caspers, N; Bronstone, A; Perry, D; Bird, W. Dentists’ Attitudes and Behaviors Regarding Domestic Violence: The Need for an Effective Response. Journal of the American Dental Association, 2001, 132, 85-93.


Gerbert, B; Caspers, N; Milliken, N; Berlin, M; Bronstone, A; Moe, J. Interventions that Help Victims of Domestic Violence: A Qualitative Analysis of Physicians' Experiences. Journal of Family Practice, 2000, 49, 889-895.

Gerbert, B; Salber, P; Feldman, M; Moe, J; Herzig, K; Bronstone, A; Caspers, N. Simplifying Physicians’ Response to Domestic Violence. Western Journal of Medicine, 2000, 172, 329-331.


Gerbert, B; Caspers, N; Bronstone, A; Moe, J; Abercrombie, P. A Qualitative Analysis of How Physicians With Expertise in Domestic Violence Approach the Identification of Victims. Annals of Internal Medicine, 1999, 131, 578-584. 

Gerbert, B; Abercrombie, P; Caspers, N; Love, C; Bronstone, A. How Health Care Professionals Help Battered Women: The Survivor’s Perspective. Women and Health, 1999, 29 (3), 115-135.

Gerbert, B; Bronstone, A; Pantilat, S; McPhee, S; Allerton, M; Moe, J. When Asked, Patients Tell: Disclosure of Sensitive Health-risk Behaviors. Medical Care, 1999, 37 (1), 104-111. 


Gerbert, B; Johnston, K; Caspers, N; Bleecker, T; Woods, A; Rosenbaum, A. Experiences of Battered Women in Health Care Settings: A Qualitative Study. Women and Health, 1996, 24 (3), 1-17.

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