Norman J. Waitzman, PhD
- Departments: Family & Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Professor
- Divisions: Public Health
Academic Office Information
Ken Garff Building
Department of Economics
1645 Campus Ctr Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
- Waitzman NJ, Smith KR, Stroup A (1999). The direct and indirect effects of metropolitan area inequality on mortality. A hierarchical analysis. Ann N Y Acad Sci, 896, 347-9.
- Waitzman NJ, Romano PS (1998 Jun 18). Reduced costs of congenital anomalies from fetal ultrasound: are they sufficient to justify routine screening in the United States? Ann N Y Acad Sci, 847, 141-53.
- Waitzman NJ, Smith KR (1998 Jun). Phantom of the area: poverty-area residence and mortality in the United States. Am J Public Health, 88(6), 973-6.
- Waitzman NJ, Smith KR (1998). Separate but lethal: the effects of economic segregation on mortality in metropolitan America. Milbank Q, 76(3), 341-73, 304.
- Smith KR, Waitzman NJ (1997 Jul). Effects of marital status on the risk of mortality in poor and non-poor neighborhoods. Ann Epidemiol, 7(5), 343-9.
- Scheffler RM, Waitzman NJ, Hillman JM (1996 Summer). The productivity of physician assistants and nurse practitioners and health work force policy in the era of managed health care. J Allied Health, 25(3), 207-17.
- Romano PS, Waitzman NJ, Scheffler RM, Pi RD (1995 May). Folic acid fortification of grain: an economic analysis. Am J Public Health, 85(5), 667-76.
- Smith KR, Waitzman NJ (1994 Aug). Double jeopardy: interaction effects of marital and poverty status on the risk of mortality. Demography, 31(3), 487-507.
- Waitzman NJ, Smith KR (1994 Jun). The effects of occupational class transitions on hypertension: racial disparities among working-age men. Am J Public Health, 84(6), 945-50.
- Waitzman NJ, Romano PS, Scheffler RM (1994 Summer). Estimates of the economic costs of birth defects. Inquiry, 31(2), 188-205.