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Articles

 

Abstracts

  1. Williams O. and Noble J. Hip Hop Stroke education in Harlem Elementary Schools: Pilot data from a novel intervention and proposed model for stroke education. Stroke 2007; 38(2): 457-458.
  2. DeSorbo A. and Williams O. The use of audience response systems for health research surveys in New York City elementary schools: feasibility and cost effectiveness. Global Health Metrics Conference. Seattle. 2010
  3. DeSorbo A. and Williams O. The use of audience response systems for health research surveys in New York City elementary schools: feasibility and cost effectiveness. Global Health Metrics Conference. Seattle. 2010
  4. Williams, O., DeSorbo, A., and Apakama, D. A Novel Intervention to Improve Food-Purchasing Behavior in Low-Income School Children. American Public Health Association, Oral Presentation 2011 Meeting
  5. Williams O, DeSorbo A, Sawyer V. Effect of a Novel Intervention on Caloric and Menu Board Literacy Among Low-Income Preadolescent Schoolchildren. American Public Health Association, 2011 Meeting.
  6. Williams O, DeSorbo A, Shafer M, Noble J. The perception of food purchase influence among African-American Child-Parent Dyads. American Public Health Association 2013 Annual Meeting.
  7. Hecht, M., DeSorbo, A., Noble, J., Huq, S.,Hedmann, M., Abel-Bey, A., and Williams, O. Hip Hop Stroke: 5th Grade Child recognizes hemorrhagic stroke and calls 911. World Stroke Congress, Istanbul, 2014
  8. Abel-Bey, A., DeSorbo, A., Valdez, L., Cohn, E., and Williams, O. Public Awareness/Advocacy Barriers to calling 911 for acute stroke among minority women. 9th World Stroke Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, October 22-25, 2014.
  9. Leighton-Herrmann, E., Noble, J., Feldman-Hecht, M., DeSorbo, A.,Hedmann, M., Huq, S., and Williams, O. Hip Hop Stroke: Developing a framework of child-mediated communication to address stroke literacy. 143rd APHA Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL, 2015.
  10. Noble, J., Simmons, C., Hecht, M. and Williams, O. Baseline stroke knowledge of 4th-6th grade children in New York City public schools has no appreciable trend from 2005-2014. International Stroke Conference Annual Meeting. Nashville TN. 2015
  11. Noble, J., Simmons, C., Hecht, M. and Williams, O. Stroke knowledge among children is associated with measures of economic need. International Stroke Conference Annual Meeting. Nashville TN. 2015
  12. Leighton-Herrmann, E., Hecht, M.,Hedmann, M., Noble, J., & Williams, O. Hip Hop Stroke: Adapting a Facilitator-driven Evidence-based Multimedia Program into a Scalable Digital-only Version. Stroke 2016; 47:ATP 189
  13. Olajide Williams, Ellyn Leighton-Herrmann Quinn, Alexandra DeSorbo, Monique Hedmann, Mindy Feldman Hecht, Joseph P. Eimicke, Jian Kong, Jeanne Teresi, William Gerin, James Noble. RCT Data on the Effect of Stroke Education on Children’s Knowledge and Self-Efficacy,” 26th Annual European Stroke Conference. Berlin, Germany. May 2017