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Selected Publications not Indexed in PubMed
Sarkisian CA, Prohaska TR, Davis C, Weiner B. Pilot test of attribution retraining intervention to raise walking levels in sedentary older adults. JAGS 2008;55:1842-1846
Bodenheimer T, Davis C, Holman H. Helping patients adopt healthier behaviors. Clinical Diabetes 2007;25(2):66-70
Davis, C. (2006). Chronic Conditions. In Cowen, P.S., & Moorhead, S (Eds.), Current Issues in Nursing, 7th Ed. (pp. 303-311). St. Louis: Mosby.
Davis, C. (2005). Saving time with group care. Advanced Nursing Practice, 13, 16.
Schafer, J. & Davis, C. (2004). Case management and the Chronic Care Model. A multidisciplinary role. Lippincotts Case Management, 9, 96-103.
McCulloch, D.K., Davis, C., Austin, B.T., & Wagner, E. H. (2004). Constructing a bridge across the quality chasm: a practical way to get healthier, happier patients, providers, and health care delivery systems. Diabetes Spectrum, 17, 92-96.
Daniel, D.M., Norman, J., Davis, C., Lee, H., Hindmarsh, M.F., McCulloch, D.K., Wagner, E.H., Sugarman, J.R. (2004). A state-level application of the Chronic Illness Breakthrough Series: Results from two collaboratives on diabetes in Washington State. Jt Comm J Qual Saf, 30, 69-79.
Daniel, D.M., Norman, J., Davis, C., Lee, H., Hindmarsh, M.F., McCulloch, D.K., Wagner, E.H., Sugarman, J.R. (2004). Case studies from two collaboratives on diabetes in Washington State. Jt Comm J Qual Saf, 30, 103-108.
Glasgow, R.E., Davis, C.L., Funnell, M.M., & Beck, A. (2003). Implementing practical interventions to support chronic illness self-management. Jt Comm J Qual Improv, 29, 563-574.
Glasgow, R.E., Funnell, M.M., Bonomi, A.E., Davis, C., Emery, V., & Wagner, E.H. (2002). Self-management aspects of the Improving Chronic Illness Care Breakthrough Series: Design and implementation with diabetes and heart failure teams. Ann Behav Med, 24, 80-87.
Wagner, E.H., Austin, B.T., Davis, C., Hindmarsh, M., Schaefer, J., & Bonomi, A. (2001). Improving chronic illness care: Translating evidence into action. Health Affairs, 20, 64-78.
Wagner, E.H., Glasgow, R.E., Davis, C., Bonomi, A.E., Provost, L., McCulloch, D., Carver, P., & Sixta, C. (2001). Quality improvement in chronic illness care: A collaborative approach. Joint Commis J Wual Improve, 27, 63-80.
- Geriatric assessment and management
- Normal changes of aging
- Quality improvement
- Clinical system design
- Self-management support for people with chronic conditions