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Paul Estabrooks

Paul Estabrooks, PhD

Languages spoken: English

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Departments Primary - Kinesiology

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Paul Estabrooks, PhD, is a community-engaged research scientist who has focused on a blending of the three missions of higher education—research, teaching, and service—as they relate to health promotion and studying how best to move research into sustained community or clinical practice. This includes the pursuit of a on twofold career goal—to advance health promotion science while concurrently having a meaningful impact in the communities that he has partnered with. Dr. Estabrooks has applied his training in group dynamics, systems-based approaches, and research-practice partnerships to achieve this twofold goal, primarily, in the areas of the promotion of physical activity and healthful eating, diabetes prevention, workplace and community weight control, and family-based childhood obesity treatment. Across these areas, he has had success in scientific advancement of methods to develop scalable and sustainable interventions, has published over 250 articles, and has been consistently funded as a principal or co-investigator by the National Institutes of Health since 2000. In addition, within his community partnerships this work has helped over 300,000 people to be more active, eat better, and lose weight.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Michaud TL, You W, Estabrooks PA, Leonard K, Rydell SA, Mullane SL, Pereira MA, Buman MP (2022). Cost and cost-effectiveness of the 'Stand and Move at Work' multicomponent intervention to reduce workplace sedentary time and cardiometabolic risk. Scand J Work Environ Health, 48(5), 399-409. (Read full article)
  2. Leonard KS, Mullane SL, Golden CA, Rydell SA, Mitchell NR, Koskan A, Estabrooks PA, Pereira MA, Buman MP (2022). Qualitative comparative analysis of the implementation fidelity of a workplace sedentary reduction intervention. BMC Public Health, 22(1), 1086. (Read full article)
  3. Lee RE, Szeszulski J, Lorenzo E, Arriola A, Bruening M, Estabrooks PA, Hill JL, OConnor TM, Shaibi GQ, Soltero EG, Todd M (2022). Sustainability via Active Garden Education: The Sustainability Action Plan Model and Process. Int J Environ Res Public Health, 19(9). (Read full article)
  4. Michaud TL, Hill JL, Heelan KA, Bartee RT, Abbey BM, Malmkar A, Masker J, Golden C, Porter G, Glasgow RE, Estabrooks PA (2022). Understanding implementation costs of a pediatric weight management intervention: an economic evaluation protocol. Implement Sci Commun, 3(1), 37. (Read full article)
  5. Katula JA, Dressler EV, Kittel CA, Harvin LN, Almeida FA, Wilson KE, Michaud TL, Porter GC, Brito FA, Goessl CL, Jasik CB, Sweet CMC, Schwab R, Estabrooks PA (2022). Effects of a Digital Diabetes Prevention Program: An RCT. Am J Prev Med, 62(4), 567-577. (Read full article)
  6. Zoellner JM You W Hill JL Brock DP (01/01/2022). Comparing two different family-based childhood obesity treatment programmes in a medically underserved region: Effectiveness, engagement and implementation outcomes from a randomized controlled trial. 17(1), e12840. (Read full article)
  7. Golden CA Heelan KA Hill JL (11/01/2021). Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Program and Participant Factors That Explain Success in a Micropolitan Pediatric Weight Management Intervention. 18(5), 324-332. (Read full article)
  8. You W Yuan Y Boyle KJ (11/01/2021). Examining Ways to Improve Weight Control Programs' Population Reach and Representativeness: A Discrete Choice Experiment of Financial Incentives. 6, 193-210. (Read full article)
  9. Porter G Michaud TL (11/01/2021). Reach Outcomes and Costs of Different Physician Referral Strategies for a Weight Management Program Among Rural Primary Care Patients: Type 3 Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Trial. 5(10), e28622. (Read full article)
  10. Golden CA Hill JL Heelan KA (11/01/2021). A Dissemination Strategy to Identify Communities Ready to Implement a Pediatric Weight Management Intervention in Medically Underserved Areas. 18, E10. (Read full article)
  11. Helmick M Yaroch AL (11/01/2021). A Thematic Analysis on the Implementation of Nutrition Policies at Food Pantries Using the RE-AIM Framework. Health Promot Pract, 22(6), 899-910. (Read full article)
  12. Wilson KE (10/01/2021). Does environmental message framing impact proportional reach and sample representativeness related to motivational characteristics? Transl Behav Med, 12, 585-594. (Read full article)
  13. Hill JL Heelan KA Bartee RT Wichman C (10/01/2021). A Type III Hybrid Effectiveness-Implementation Pilot Trial Testing Dissemination and Implementation Strategies for a Pediatric Weight Management Intervention: The Nebraska Childhood Obesity Research Demonstration Project. 17(S1), S70-S78. (Read full article)
  14. Heelan KA Abbey BM Bartee RT (10/01/2021). Packaging of a Pediatric Weight Management Intervention and Implementation Blueprint for Rural and Micropolitan Communities: The Nebraska CORD 3.0 Project. 17(S1), S62-S69. (Read full article)
  15. Kennedy SG Smith JJ Estabrooks PA Nathan N (10/01/2021). Evaluating the reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation and maintenance of the Resistance Training for Teens program. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 18, 122. (Read full article)
  16. Wilson KE Almeida FA Brito FA Sweet CC (10/01/2021). Psychometric assessment of the Brief Weight-Loss-Related Behavior Self-Efficacy Survey in adults with prediabetes. Psychol Assess, 33, 1089-1099. (Read full article)
  17. Tchouankam T Estabrooks P Cloyd A Notice M Teel-Williams M Smolsky A (10/01/2021). Recruiting Low-Income African American Men in Mental Health Research: A Community-Based Participatory Research Feasibility Study. Am J Mens Health, 15, 15579883211018418. (Read full article)
  18. Michaud TL Wilson K Silva F (10/01/2021). Costing a population health management approach for participant recruitment to a diabetes prevention study. Transl Behav Med, 11, 1864-1874. (Read full article)
  19. Kennedy SG Sanders T Estabrooks PA (10/01/2021). Implementation at-scale of school-based physical activity interventions: A systematic review utilizing the RE-AIM framework. Obes Rev, 22, e13184. (Read full article)
  20. Geary CR Hill JL Eilers J Leon M Ordway J (09/01/2021). Use of Comprehensive Participatory Planning and Evaluation in Rural Patient Engagement. West J Nurs Res, 43, 939-948. (Read full article)
  21. Yuhas M Zoellner J Hou X (08/01/2021). Understanding Teach-Back and Teach-To-Goal Strategies Embedded in Support Calls for a Health Literacy-Sensitive Childhood Obesity Treatment Trial. Health Lit Res Pract, 5, e208-e217. (Read full article)
  22. Holtrop JS Estabrooks PA Gaglio B Harden SM Kessler RS (08/01/2021). Understanding and applying the RE-AIM framework: Clarifications and resources. J Clin Transl Sci, 5, e126. (Read full article)
  23. Wilson KE Michaud TL Almeida FA Schwab RJ Porter GC Aquilina KH Brito FA (08/01/2021). Using a population health management approach to enroll participants in a diabetes prevention trial: reach outcomes from the PREDICTS randomized clinical trial. Transl Behav Med, 11, 1066-1077. (Read full article)
  24. Maddison R Jiang Y Stewart R Scott T Kerr A (07/01/2021). An Intervention to Improve Medication Adherence in People With Heart Disease (Text4HeartII): Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, 9, e24952. (Read full article)
  25. Harden SM Steketee A (07/01/2021). Suggestions for Advancing Pragmatic Solutions for Dissemination: Potential Updates to Evidence-Based Repositories. 35, 289-294. (Read full article)
  26. Porter GC Schwab R Hill JL (05/01/2021). Examining the feasibility and characteristics of realistic weight management support for patients: Focus groups with rural, micropolitan, and metropolitan primary care providers. Prev Med Rep, 23, 101390. (Read full article)
  27. Brock DP Estabrooks PA Yuhas M Wilson JA (05/01/2021). Assets and Challenges to Recruiting and Engaging Families in a Childhood Obesity Treatment Research Trial: Insights From Academic Partners, Community Partners, and Study Participants. Front Public Health, 9, 631749. (Read full article)
  28. Alexander R Estabrooks P Brock DP (05/01/2021). Capacity Development and Evaluation of a Parent Advisory Team Engaged in Childhood Obesity Research. Health Promot Pract, 22(1), 102-111. (Read full article)
  29. Michaud TL Hill JL (01/01/2021). Cost analysis of a remote patient monitoring programme for post-discharge patients with type 2 diabetes. J Telemed Telecare, 1357633X20985393. (Read full article)
  30. Johnson LJ, Rohde J, Cramer ME, Zimmerman L, Geary CR, Tibbits MK, Rizzo M, Estabrooks PA (2020). Participatory needs assessment and action planning for a clinical and translational research network. J Clin Transl Sci, 5(1), e69. (Read full article)
  31. Wilson KE, Estabrooks PA (2020). Physical Activity Promotion Message Perceptions Biased by Motivational Dispositions. Appl Psychol Health Well Being, 12(3), 610-635. (Read full article)
  32. Michaud TL, Estabrooks PA, You W, McGuire TJ, Almeida F, Karls K, Love K, King K, Hill J, Reed J, Porter G, Su D (2020). Sustaining the reach of a scalable weight loss intervention through financial incentives- a pragmatic, feasibility, online randomized trial protocol. Contemp Clin Trials, 98, 106142. (Read full article)
  33. Zoellner JM, Porter KJ, You W, Estabrooks PA, Perzynski K, Ray PA, Cantrell ES (2019). The reach and effectiveness of SIPsmartER when implemented by rural public health departments: a pilot dissemination and implementation trial to reduce sugar-sweetened beverages. Transl Behav Med, 10(3), 676-684. (Read full article)
  34. Aviles J, Porter GC, Estabrooks PA, Alexander NB, Madigan ML (2021). Potential Implementation of Reactive Balance Training within Continuing Care Retirement Communities. Transl J Am Coll Sports Med, 5(6), 51-58. (Read full article)
  35. Koll TT, Semin JN, Coburn RA, Hill-Polerecky DM, Miller KA, Wildes TM, Estabrooks PA, Jones KJ (2019). Returning to life activities after hematopoietic cell transplantation in older adults. J Geriatr Oncol, 11(2), 304-310. (Read full article)
  36. Wilson KE, Harden SM, Kleppe L, McGuire T, Estabrooks PA (2021). The impact of pairing a wearable movement tracker with an online community weight loss intervention. Transl J Am Coll Sports Med, 5(4), 29-38. (Read full article)
  37. Harden SM, Strayer TE 3rd, Smith ML, Gaglio B, Ory MG, Rabin B, Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE (2020). National Working Group on the RE-AIM Planning and Evaluation Framework: Goals, Resources, and Future Directions. Front Public Health, 7, 390. (Read full article)
  38. Almeida FA, Michaud TL, Wilson KE, Schwab RJ, Goessl C, Porter GC, Brito FA, Evans G, Dressler EV, Boggs AE, Katula JA, Sweet CC, Estabrooks PA (2019). Preventing diabetes with digital health and coaching for translation and scalability (PREDICTS): A type 1 hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial protocol. Contemp Clin Trials, 88, 105877. (Read full article)
  39. Helmick MJ, Yaroch AL, Parks CA, Estabrooks PA, Hill JL (2019). Utilizing the RE-AIM framework to understand adoption of nutrition policies at food pantries across the USA. Transl Behav Med, 9(6), 1112-1121. (Read full article)
  40. Kwan BM, McGinnes HL, Ory MG, Estabrooks PA, Waxmonsky JA, Glasgow RE (2019). RE-AIM in the Real World: Use of the RE-AIM Framework for Program Planning and Evaluation in Clinical and Community Settings. Front Public Health, 7, 345. (Read full article)
  41. Porter KJ, Brock DJ, Estabrooks PA, Perzynski KM, Hecht ER, Ray P, Kruzliakova N, Cantrell ES, Zoellner JM (2019). SIPsmartER delivered through rural, local health districts: adoption and implementation outcomes. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 1273. (Read full article)
  42. Zoellner JM, You W, Hill JL, Brock DP, Yuhas M, Alexander RC, Price B, Estabrooks PA (2019). A comparative effectiveness trial of two family-based childhood obesity treatment programs in a medically underserved region: Rationale, design & methods. Contemp Clin Trials, 84, 105801. (Read full article)
  43. Estabrooks PA, Harden SM, Almeida FA, Hill JL, Johnson SB, Porter GC, Greenawald MH (2019). Using Integrated Research-Practice Partnerships to Move Evidence-Based Principles Into Practice. Exerc Sport Sci Rev, 47(3), 176-187. (Read full article)
  44. Yeary KHK, Chi X, Lensing S, Baroni H, Ferguson A, Su J, Estabrooks PA, Tate D, Linnan L (2019). Overweight and Obesity Among School Bus Drivers in Rural Arkansas. Prev Chronic Dis, 16, E61. (Read full article)
  45. Yeary KHK, Moore PC, Gauss CH, Cornell C, Prewitt TE, Shakya S, Turner J, Scarbrough C, Porter G, Estabrooks PA (2018). Reach and Adoption of a Randomized Weight Loss Maintenance Trial in Rural African Americans of Faith: The WORD (Wholeness, Oneness, Righteousness, Deliverance). Am J Health Promot, 33(4), 549-557. (Read full article)
  46. Porter GC, Laumb K, Michaud T, Brito F, Petreca D, Schwieger G, Bartee T, Yeary KHK, Estabrooks PA (2019). Understanding the impact of rural weight loss interventions: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Obes Rev, 20(5), 713-724. (Read full article)
  47. Harden SM, Ramalingam NS, Breig SA, Estabrooks PA (2019). Walk This Way: Our Perspective on Challenges and Opportunities for Extension Statewide Walking Promotion Programs. J Nutr Educ Behav, 51(5), 636-643. (Read full article)
  48. Mullane SL, Rydell SA, Larouche ML, Toledo MJL, Feltes LH, Vuong B, Crespo NC, Gaesser GA, Estabrooks PA, Pereira MA, Buman MP (2018). Enrollment Strategies, Barriers to Participation, and Reach of a Workplace Intervention Targeting Sedentary Behavior. Am J Health Promot, 33(2), 225-236. (Read full article)
  49. Lee RE, Lorenzo E, Szeszulski J, Arriola A, Bruening M, Estabrooks PA, Hill J, Marsiglia FF, OConnor T, Pollins KS, Shaibi GQ, Soltero E, Todd M (2018). Design and methodology of a cluster-randomized trial in early care and education centers to meet physical activity guidelines: Sustainability via Active Garden Education (SAGE). Contemp Clin Trials, 77, 8-18. (Read full article)
  50. Hill JL, Zoellner JM, You W, Brock DJ, Price B, Alexander RC, Frisard M, Brito F, Hou X, Estabrooks PA (2019). Participatory development and pilot testing of iChoose: an adaptation of an evidence-based paediatric weight management program for community implementation. BMC Public Health, 19(1), 122. (Read full article)
  51. Brock DP, Estabrooks PA, Hill JL, Barlow ML, Alexander RC, Price BE, Marshall R, Zoellner JM (2018). Building and Sustaining Community Capacity to Address Childhood Obesity: A 3-Year Mixed-Methods Case Study of a Community-Academic Advisory Board. Fam Community Health, 42(1), 62-79. (Read full article)
  52. Brito FA, Zoellner JM, Hill J, You W, Alexander R, Hou X, Estabrooks PA (2019). From Bright Bodies to iChoose: Using a CBPR Approach to Develop Childhood Obesity Intervention Materials for Rural Virginia. Sage Open, 9(1), 1-14. (Read full article)
  53. Zoellner JM, You W, Estabrooks PA, Chen Y, Davy BM, Porter KJ, Hedrick VE, Bailey A, Kruliakov N (2018). Supporting maintenance of sugar-sweetened beverage reduction using automated versus live telephone support: findings from a randomized control trial. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 15(1), 97. (Read full article)
  54. Beauchamp MR, Ruissen GR, Dunlop WL, Estabrooks PA, Harden SM, Wolf SA, Liu Y, Schmader T, Puterman E, Sheel AW, Rhodes RE (2018). Group-based physical activity for older adults (GOAL) randomized controlled trial: Exercise adherence outcomes. Health Psychol, 37(5), 451-461. (Read full article)
  55. Chiappone A, Smith TM, Estabrooks PA, Rasmussen CG, Blaser C, Yaroch AL (2018). Technical Assistance and Changes in Nutrition and Physical Activity Practices in the National Early Care and Education Learning Collaboratives Project, 2015-2016. Prev Chronic Dis, 15, E47. (Read full article)
  56. Kruliakov N, Estabrooks PA, You W, Hedrick V, Porter K, Kiernan M, Zoellner J (2018). The Relationship Between the Stanford Leisure-Time Activity Categorical Item and the Godin Leisure-Time Exercise Questionnaire Among Rural Intervention Participants of Varying Health Literacy Status. J Phys Act Health, 15(4), 269-278. (Read full article)
  57. Harden SM, Smith ML, Ory MG, Smith-Ray RL, Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE (2018). RE-AIM in Clinical, Community, and Corporate Settings: Perspectives, Strategies, and Recommendations to Enhance Public Health Impact. Front Public Health, 6, 71. (Read full article)
  58. Kennedy SG, Smith JJ, Morgan PJ, Peralta LR, Hilland TA, Eather N, Lonsdale C, Okely AD, Plotnikoff RC, Salmon JO, Dewar DL, Estabrooks PA, Pollock E, Finn TL, Lubans DR (2017). Implementing Resistance Training in Secondary Schools: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Med Sci Sports Exerc, 50(1), 62-72. (Read full article)
  59. Galaviz KI, Estabrooks PA, Ulloa EJ, Lee RE, Janssen I, Lpez Y Taylor J, Ortiz-Hernndez L, Lvesque L (2017). Evaluating the effectiveness of physician counseling to promote physical activity in Mexico: an effectiveness-implementation hybrid study. Transl Behav Med, 7(4), 731-740. (Read full article)
  60. Michaud TL, You W, Wilson KE, Su D, McGuire TJ, Almeida FA, Bayer AL, Estabrooks PA (2017). Cost effectiveness and return on investment of a scalable community weight loss intervention. Prev Med, 105, 295-303. (Read full article)
  61. Zoellner J, Hill JL, Brock D, Barlow ML, Alexander R, Brito F, Price B, Jones CL, Marshall R, Estabrooks PA (2017). One-Year Mixed-Methods Case Study of a Community-Academic Advisory Board Addressing Childhood Obesity. Health Promot Pract, 18(6), 833-853. (Read full article)
  62. Chen Y, Porter KJ, Estabrooks PA, Zoellner J (2016). Development and Evaluation of the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Media Literacy (SSB-ML) Scale and Its Relationship With SSB Consumption. Health Commun, 32(10), 1310-1317. (Read full article)
  63. Zoellner JM, Hill J, You W, Brock D, Frisard M, Alexander R, Silva F, Price B, Marshall R, Estabrooks PA (2017). The Influence of Parental Health Literacy Status on Reach, Attendance, Retention, and Outcomes in a Family-Based Childhood Obesity Treatment Program, Virginia, 2013-2015. Prev Chronic Dis, 14, E87. (Read full article)
  64. Zoellner JM, Porter KJ, Chen Y, Hedrick VE, You W, Hickman M, Estabrooks PA (2017). Predicting sugar-sweetened behaviours with theory of planned behaviour constructs: Outcome and process results from the SIPsmartER behavioural intervention. Psychol Health, 32(5), 509-529. (Read full article)
  65. Hedrick VE, Davy BM, You W, Porter KJ, Estabrooks PA, Zoellner JM (2017). Dietary quality changes in response to a sugar-sweetened beverage-reduction intervention: results from the Talking Health randomized controlled clinical trial. Am J Clin Nutr, 105(4), 824-833. (Read full article)
  66. Estabrooks PA, Wilson KE, McGuire TJ, Harden SM, Ramalingam N, Schoepke L, Almeida FA, Bayer AL (2017). A Quasi-Experiment to Assess the Impact of a Scalable, Community-Based Weight Loss Program: Combining Reach, Effectiveness, and Cost. J Gen Intern Med, 32(Suppl 1), 24-31. (Read full article)
  67. Raffa SD, Maciejewski ML, Zimmerman LE, Damschroder LJ, Estabrooks PA, Ackermann RT, Tsai AG, Histon T, Goldstein MG (2017). A System-Level Approach to Overweight and Obesity in the Veterans Health Administration. J Gen Intern Med, 32(Suppl 1), 79-82. (Read full article)
  68. Masheb RM, Chan SH, Raffa SD, Ackermann R, Damschroder LJ, Estabrooks PA, Evans-Hudnall G, Evans NC, Histon T, Littman AJ, Moin T, Nelson KM, Pagoto S, Pronk NP, Tate DF, Goldstein MG (2017). State of the art conference on weight management in VA: Policy and research recommendations for advancing behavioral interventions. J Gen Intern Med, 32(Suppl 1), 74-78. (Read full article)
  69. Lee RE, Reese-Smith JY, Mama SK, Medina AV, Wolfe KL, Estabrooks PA (2016). Reach and representativeness of ethnic minority women in the Health Is Power Study: a longitudinal analysis. Transl Behav Med, 7(1), 106-114. (Read full article)
  70. Lee RE, Reese-Smith JY, Mama SK, Medina AV, Wolfe KL, Estabrooks PA (2016). Erratum to: Reach and representativeness of ethnic minority women in the Health Is Power Study: a longitudinal analysis. Transl Behav Med, 7(1), 115. (Read full article)
  71. Harden SM, Johnson SB, Almeida FA, Estabrooks PA (2017). Improving physical activity program adoption using integrated research-practice partnerships: an effectiveness-implementation trial. Transl Behav Med, 7(1), 28-38. (Read full article)
  72. Johnson SB, Harden SM, Estabrooks PA (2016). Uptake of evidence-based physical activity programs: comparing perceptions of adopters and nonadopters. Transl Behav Med, 6(4), 629-637. (Read full article)
  73. Wilson KE, Harden SM, Almeida FA, You W, Hill JL, Goessl C, Estabrooks PA (2015). Brief self-efficacy scales for use in weight-loss trials: Preliminary evidence of validity. Psychol Assess, 28(10), 1255-1264. (Read full article)
  74. Hill JL, Waters CN, Kolivras KN, Estabrooks PA, Zoellner JM (2016). Do the Features, Amenities, and Quality of Physical Activity Resources Differ Between City and County Areas of a Large Rural Region? Fam Community Health, 39(4), 273-82. (Read full article)
  75. Bailey AN, Porter KJ, Hill JL, Chen Y, Estabrooks PA, Zoellner JM (2016). The impact of health literacy on rural adults' satisfaction with a multi-component intervention to reduce sugar-sweetened beverage intake. Health Educ Res, 31(4), 492-508. (Read full article)
  76. Krist AH, Glasgow RE, Heurtin-Roberts S, Sabo RT, Roby DH, Gorin SN, Balasubramanian BA, Estabrooks PA, Ory MG, Glenn BA, Phillips SM, Kessler R, Johnson SB, Rohweder CL, Fernandez ME, MOHR Study Group (2016). The impact of behavioral and mental health risk assessments on goal setting in primary care. Transl Behav Med, 6(2), 212-9. (Read full article)
  77. Phetxumphou K, Roy S, Davy BM, Estabrooks PA, You W, Dietrich AM (2016). Assessing clarity of message communication for mandated USEPA drinking water quality reports. J Water Health, 14(2), 223-35. (Read full article)
  78. Zoellner JM, Hedrick VE, You W, Chen Y, Davy BM, Porter KJ, Bailey A, Lane H, Alexander R, Estabrooks PA (2016). Effects of a behavioral and health literacy intervention to reduce sugar-sweetened beverages: a randomized-controlled trial. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 13, 38. (Read full article)
  79. Zoellner J, You W, Almeida F, Blackman KC, Harden S, Glasgow RE, Linnan L, Hill JL, Estabrooks PA (2016). The Influence of Health Literacy on Reach, Retention, and Success in a Worksite Weight Loss Program. Am J Health Promot, 30(4), 279-82. (Read full article)
  80. Hill JL, Wilson K, Harden S, Almeida F, Linnan L, Estabrooks PA (2016). Does worksite social capital enhance retention into a worksite weight-loss programme? Obes Sci Pract, 2(1), 69-74. (Read full article)
  81. Riebl SK, MacDougal C, Hill C, Estabrooks PA, Dunsmore JC, Savla J, Frisard MI, Dietrich AM, Davy BM (2015). Beverage Choices of Adolescents and Their Parents Using the Theory of Planned Behavior: A Mixed Methods Analysis. J Acad Nutr Diet, 116(2), 226-239.e1. (Read full article)
  82. Zheng LD, Linarelli LE, Brooke J, Smith C, Wall SS, Greenawald MH, Seidel RW, Estabrooks PA, Almeida FA, Cheng Z (2016). Mitochondrial Epigenetic Changes Link to Increased Diabetes Risk and Early-Stage Prediabetes Indicator. Oxid Med Cell Longev, 2016, 5290638. (Read full article)
  83. Harden SM, You W, Almeida FA, Hill JL, Linnan LA, Allen KC, Estabrooks PA (2015). Does Successful Weight Loss in an Internet-Based Worksite Weight Loss Program Improve Employee Presenteeism and Absenteeism? Health Educ Behav, 42(6), 769-74. (Read full article)
  84. Blackman KC, Zoellner J, Kadir A, Dockery B, Johnson SB, Almeida FA, McCrickard DS, Hill JL, You W, Estabrooks PA (2015). Examining the Feasibility of Smartphone Game Applications for Physical Activity Promotion in Middle School Students. Games Health J, 4(5), 409-19. (Read full article)
  85. Roy S, Phetxumphou K, Dietrich AM, Estabrooks PA, You W, Davy BM (2015). An evaluation of the readability of drinking water quality reports: a national assessment. J Water Health, 13(3), 645-53. (Read full article)
  86. Almeida FA, Smith-Ray RL, Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE, Lee RE, Thomas DS, Xu S, Estabrooks PA (2015). An Interactive Computer Session to Initiate Physical Activity in Sedentary Cardiac Patients: Randomized Controlled Trial. J Med Internet Res, 17(8), e206. (Read full article)
  87. Beauchamp MR, Harden SM, Wolf SA, Rhodes RE, Liu Y, Dunlop WL, Schmader T, Sheel AW, Zumbo BD, Estabrooks PA (2015). GrOup based physical Activity for oLder adults (GOAL) randomized controlled trial: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 15, 592. (Read full article)
  88. Zheng LD, Linarelli LE, Liu L, Wall SS, Greenawald MH, Seidel RW, Estabrooks PA, Almeida FA, Cheng Z (2015). Insulin resistance is associated with epigenetic and genetic regulation of mitochondrial DNA in obese humans. Clin Epigenetics, 7, 60. (Read full article)
  89. Tomasone JR, Martin Ginis KA, Estabrooks PA, Domenicucci L (2014). Changing minds, changing lives from the top down: an investigation of the dissemination and adoption of a Canada-wide educational intervention to enhance health care professionals' intentions to prescribe physical activity. Int J Behav Med, 22(3), 336-44. (Read full article)
  90. Smith EM, Wilburn G, Estabrooks PA (2014). The Quality of School Physical Activity Policies Within Maryland and Virginia. J Phys Act Health, 12(4), 500-5. (Read full article)
  91. Almeida FA, You W, Harden SM, Blackman KC, Davy BM, Glasgow RE, Hill JL, Linnan LA, Wall SS, Yenerall J, Zoellner JM, Estabrooks PA (2015). Effectiveness of a worksite-based weight loss randomized controlled trial: the worksite study. Obesity (Silver Spring), 23(4), 737-45. (Read full article)
  92. Hill JL, Olive NC, Waters CN, Estabrooks PA, You W, Zoellner JM (2015). Lack of healthy food options on children's menus of restaurants in the health-disparate Dan River region of Virginia and North Carolina, 2013. Prev Chronic Dis, 12, E40. (Read full article)
  93. Jauregui E, Pacheco AM, Soltero EG, OConnor TM, Castro CM, Estabrooks PA, McNeill LH, Lee RE (2015). Using the RE-AIM framework to evaluate physical activity public health programs in México. BMC Public Health, 15, 162. (Read full article)
  94. Krist AH, Phillips SM, Sabo RT, Balasubramanian BA, Heurtin-Roberts S, Ory MG, Johnson SB, Sheinfeld-Gorin SN, Estabrooks PA, Ritzwoller DP, Glasgow RE, MOHR Study Group (2014). Adoption, reach, implementation, and maintenance of a behavioral and mental health assessment in primary care. Ann Fam Med, 12(6), 525-33. (Read full article)
  95. Harden SM, Fanning JT, Motl RW, McAuley E, Estabrooks PA (2014). Determining the reach of a home-based physical activity program for older adults within the context of a randomized controlled trial. Health Educ Res, 29(5), 861-9. (Read full article)
  96. Harden SM, Beauchamp MR, Pitts BH, Nault EM, Davy BM, You W, Weiss P, Estabrooks PA (2014). Group-based lifestyle sessions for gestational weight gain management: a mixed method approach. Am J Health Behav, 38(4), 560-9. (Read full article)
  97. Almeida FA, Pardo KA, Seidel RW, Davy BM, You W, Wall SS, Smith E, Greenawald MH, Estabrooks PA (2014). Design and methods of "diaBEAT-it!": a hybrid preference/randomized control trial design using the RE-AIM framework. Contemp Clin Trials, 38(2), 383-96. (Read full article)
  98. Almeida FA, Wall SS, You W, Harden SM, Hill JL, Krippendorf BE, Estabrooks PA (2014). The association between worksite physical environment and employee nutrition, and physical activity behavior and weight status. J Occup Environ Med, 56(7), 779-84. (Read full article)
  99. Sweet SN, Ginis KA, Estabrooks PA, Latimer-Cheung AE (2014). Operationalizing the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of multi-sector partnerships. Implement Sci, 9, 74. (Read full article)
  100. Davy BM, You W, Almeida F, Wall S, Harden S, Comber DL, Estabrooks PA (2014). Impact of individual and worksite environmental factors on water and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption among overweight employees. Prev Chronic Dis, 11, E71. (Read full article)
  101. Harden SM, Estabrooks PA, Mama SK, Lee RE (2014). Longitudinal analysis of minority women's perceptions of cohesion: the role of cooperation, communication, and competition. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 11, 57. (Read full article)
  102. Tomasone JR, Martin Ginis KA, Estabrooks PA, Domenicucci L (2014). 'Changing minds': determining the effectiveness and key ingredients of an educational intervention to enhance healthcare professionals' intentions to prescribe physical activity to patients with physical disabilities. Implement Sci, 9, 30. (Read full article)
  103. Pinard CA, Yaroch AL, Hart MH, Serrano EL, McFerren MM, Estabrooks PA (2013). The Validity and reliability of the Comprehensive Home Environment Survey (CHES). Health Promot Pract, 15(1), 109-17. (Read full article)
  104. Riebl SK, Paone AC, Hedrick VE, Zoellner JM, Estabrooks PA, Davy BM (2013). The comparative validity of interactive multimedia questionnaires to paper-administered questionnaires for beverage intake and physical activity: pilot study. JMIR Res Protoc, 2(2), e40. (Read full article)
  105. Kaestle CE, Chen Y, Estabrooks PA, Zoellner J, Bigby B (2013). Pilot evaluation of a media literacy program for tobacco prevention targeting early adolescents shows mixed results. Am J Health Promot, 27(6), 366-9. (Read full article)
  106. Estabrooks PA, Allen KC (2012). Updating, employing, and adapting: a commentary on What does it mean to "employ" the RE-AIM model. Eval Health Prof, 36(1), 67-72. (Read full article)
  107. Dickinson WP, Glasgow RE, Fisher L, Dickinson LM, Christensen SM, Estabrooks PA, Miller BF (2013). Use of a website to accomplish health behavior change: if you build it, will they come? And will it work if they do? J Am Board Fam Med, 26(2), 168-76. (Read full article)
  108. Hedrick VE, Comber DL, Ferguson KE, Estabrooks PA, Savla J, Dietrich AM, Serrano E, Davy BM (2012). A rapid beverage intake questionnaire can detect changes in beverage intake. Eat Behav, 14(1), 90-4. (Read full article)
  109. Zoellner J, Krzeski E, Harden S, Cook E, Allen K, Estabrooks PA (2011). Qualitative application of the theory of planned behavior to understand beverage consumption behaviors among adults. J Acad Nutr Diet, 112(11), 1774-84. (Read full article)
  110. Estabrooks PA, Beauchamp MR (2012). You are the weakest link, goodbye (to physical inactivity!): a comment on Irwin et al. Ann Behav Med, 44(2), 143-4. (Read full article)
  111. Smith EM, Capogrossi KL, Estabrooks PA (2011). School wellness policies: effects of using standard templates. Am J Prev Med, 43(3), 304-8. (Read full article)
  112. Pinard CA, Hart MH, Hodgkins Y, Serrano EL, McFerren MM, Estabrooks PA (2012). Smart choices for healthy families: a pilot study for the treatment of childhood obesity in low-income families. Health Educ Behav, 39(4), 433-45. (Read full article)
  113. Estabrooks PA, Boyle M, Emmons KM, Glasgow RE, Hesse BW, Kaplan RM, Krist AH, Moser RP, Taylor MV (2012). Harmonized patient-reported data elements in the electronic health record: supporting meaningful use by primary care action on health behaviors and key psychosocial factors. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 19(4), 575-82. (Read full article)
  114. Holmes AS, Estabrooks PA, Davis GC, Serrano EL (2012). Effect of a grocery store intervention on sales of nutritious foods to youth and their families. J Acad Nutr Diet, 112(6), 897-901. (Read full article)
  115. Hedrick VE, Savla J, Comber DL, Flack KD, Estabrooks PA, Nsiah-Kumi PA, Ortmeier S, Davy BM (2011). Development of a brief questionnaire to assess habitual beverage intake (BEVQ-15): sugar-sweetened beverages and total beverage energy intake. J Acad Nutr Diet, 112(6), 840-9. (Read full article)
  116. Glasgow RE, Kurz D, King D, Dickman JM, Faber AJ, Halterman E, Woolley T, Toobert DJ, Strycker LA, Estabrooks PA, Osuna D, Ritzwoller D (2011). Twelve-month outcomes of an Internet-based diabetes self-management support program. Patient Educ Couns, 87(1), 81-92. (Read full article)
  117. Downey SM, Wages J, Jackson SF, Estabrooks PA (2011). Adoption decisions and implementation of a community-based physical activity program: a mixed methods study. Health Promot Pract, 13(2), 175-82. (Read full article)
  118. Zoellner J, Estabrooks PA, Davy BM, Chen YC, You W (2011). Exploring the theory of planned behavior to explain sugar-sweetened beverage consumption. J Nutr Educ Behav, 44(2), 172-7. (Read full article)
  119. Lee RE, OConnor DP, Smith-Ray R, Mama SK, Medina AV, Reese-Smith JY, Banda JA, Layne CS, Brosnan M, Cubbin C, McMillan T, Estabrooks PA (2012). Mediating effects of group cohesion on physical activity and diet in women of color: health is power. Am J Health Promot, 26(4), e116-25. (Read full article)
  120. Smith-Ray RL, Mama S, Reese-Smith JY, Estabrooks PA, Lee RE (2011). Improving participation rates for women of color in health research: the role of group cohesion. Prev Sci, 13(1), 27-35. (Read full article)
  121. Beauchamp M, Dunlop WL, Downey SM, Estabrooks PA (2011). First impressions count: perceptions of surface-level and deep-level similarity within postnatal exercise classes and implications for program adherence. J Health Psychol, 17(1), 68-76. (Read full article)
  122. Dennis EA, Potter KL, Estabrooks PA, Davy BM (2012). Weight Gain Prevention for College Freshmen: Comparing Two Social Cognitive Theory-Based Interventions with and without Explicit Self-Regulation Training. J Obes, 2012, 803769. (Read full article)
  123. Lee RE, Mama SK, Medina AV, Reese-Smith JY, Banda JA, Layne CS, Baxter M, OConnor DP, McNeill L, Estabrooks PA (2011). Multiple measures of physical activity, dietary habits and weight status in African American and Hispanic or Latina women. J Community Health, 36(6), 1011-23. (Read full article)
  124. Pinard CA, Davy BM, Estabrooks PA (2011). Beverage intake in low-income parent-child dyads. Eat Behav, 12(4), 313-6. (Read full article)
  125. Green BB, Estabrooks PA (2011). Assessing the scale-up of a weight loss program narrowing the gap between research and practice. Am J Prev Med, 41(5), 548-9. (Read full article)
  126. Glasgow RE, Dickinson P, Fisher L, Christiansen S, Toobert DJ, Bender BG, Dickinson LM, Jortberg B, Estabrooks PA (2011). Use of RE-AIM to develop a multi-media facilitation tool for the patient-centered medical home. Implement Sci, 6, 118. (Read full article)
  127. You W, Almeida FA, Zoellner JM, Hill JL, Pinard CA, Allen KC, Glasgow RE, Linnan LA, Estabrooks PA (2011). Who participates in internet-based worksite weight loss programs? BMC Public Health, 11, 709. (Read full article)
  128. Estabrooks PA, Smith-Ray RL, Dzewaltowski DA, Dowdy D, Lattimore D, Rheaume C, Ory MG, Bazzarre T, Griffin SF, Wilcox S (2013). Sustainability of evidence-based community-based physical activity programs for older adults: lessons from Active for Life. Transl Behav Med, 1(2), 208-15. (Read full article)
  129. Glasgow RE, Christiansen SM, Kurz D, King DK, Woolley T, Faber AJ, Estabrooks PA, Strycker L, Toobert D, Dickman J (2011). Engagement in a diabetes self-management website: usage patterns and generalizability of program use. J Med Internet Res, 13(1), e9. (Read full article)
  130. Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE, Xu S, Dzewaltowski DA, Lee RE, Thomas D, Almeida FA, Thayer AN, Smith-Ray RL (2012). Building a multiple modality, theory-based physical activity intervention: The development of CardiACTION! Psychol Sport Exerc, 12(1), 46-53. (Read full article)
  131. Glasgow RE, Kurz D, King D, Dickman JM, Faber AJ, Halterman E, Wooley T, Toobert DJ, Strycker LA, Estabrooks PA, Osuna D, Ritzwoller D (2010). Outcomes of minimal and moderate support versions of an internet-based diabetes self-management support program. J Gen Intern Med, 25(12), 1315-22. (Read full article)
  132. Estabrooks PA, Gaglio B, Morse EF, Smith T, Edwards A, Glasgow RE (2010). Defining and understanding success at smoking reduction: a mixed-methods study. Addict Behav, 35(12), 1113-9. (Read full article)
  133. Gaglio B, Smith TL, Estabrooks PA, Ritzwoller DP, Ferro EF, Glasgow RE (2008). Using theory and technology to design a practical and generalizable smoking reduction intervention. Health Promot Pract, 11(5), 675-84. (Read full article)
  134. Almeida FA, Shetterly S, Smith-Ray RL, Estabrooks PA (2010). Reach and effectiveness of a weight loss intervention in patients with prediabetes in Colorado. Prev Chronic Dis, 7(5), A103. (Read full article)
  135. Wages JG, Jackson SF, Bradshaw MH, Chang M, Estabrooks PA (2010). Different strategies contribute to community physical activity program participation in rural versus metropolitan settings. Am J Health Promot, 25(1), 36-9. (Read full article)
  136. Glasgow RE, Strycker LA, Kurz D, Faber A, Bell H, Dickman JM, Halterman E, Estabrooks PA, Osuna D (2010). Recruitment for an internet-based diabetes self-management program: scientific and ethical implications. Ann Behav Med, 40(1), 40-8. (Read full article)
  137. Hedrick VE, Comber DL, Estabrooks PA, Savla J, Davy BM (2009). The beverage intake questionnaire: determining initial validity and reliability. J Am Diet Assoc, 110(8), 1227-32. (Read full article)
  138. King DK, Glasgow RE, Toobert DJ, Strycker LA, Estabrooks PA, Osuna D, Faber AJ (2010). Self-efficacy, problem solving, and social-environmental support are associated with diabetes self-management behaviors. Diabetes Care, 33(4), 751-3. (Read full article)
  139. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Welk G, Hill J, Milliken G, Karteroliotis K, Johnston JA (2008). Healthy youth places: a randomized controlled trial to determine the effectiveness of facilitating adult and youth leaders to promote physical activity and fruit and vegetable consumption in middle schools. Health Educ Behav, 36(3), 583-600. (Read full article)
  140. Smith-Ray RL, Almeida FA, Bajaj J, Foland S, Gilson M, Heikkinen S, Seagle H, Estabrooks PA (2007). Translating efficacious behavioral principles for diabetes prevention into practice. Health Promot Pract, 10(1), 58-66. (Read full article)
  141. Estabrooks PA, Shoup JA, Gattshall M, Dandamudi P, Shetterly S, Xu S (2008). Automated telephone counseling for parents of overweight children: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Prev Med, 36(1), 35-42. (Read full article)
  142. Glasgow RE, Gaglio B, Estabrooks PA, Marcus AC, Ritzwoller DP, Smith TL, Levinson AH, Sukhanova A, ODonnell C, Ferro EF, France EK (2008). Long-term results of a smoking reduction program. Med Care, 47(1), 115-20. (Read full article)
  143. Glasgow RE, Estabrooks PA, Marcus AC, Smith TL, Gaglio B, Levinson AH, Tong S (2008). Evaluating initial reach and robustness of a practical randomized trial of smoking reduction. Health Psychol, 27(6), 780-8. (Read full article)
  144. Estabrooks PA, Bradshaw M, Dzewaltowski DA, Smith-Ray RL (2008). Determining the impact of Walk Kansas: applying a team-building approach to community physical activity promotion. Ann Behav Med, 36(1), 1-12. (Read full article)
  145. Estabrooks PA, Smith-Ray RL (2008). Piloting a behavioral intervention delivered through interactive voice response telephone messages to promote weight loss in a pre-diabetic population. Patient Educ Couns, 72(1), 34-41. (Read full article)
  146. Gattshall ML, Shoup JA, Marshall JA, Crane LA, Estabrooks PA (2008). Validation of a survey instrument to assess home environments for physical activity and healthy eating in overweight children. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 5, 3. (Read full article)
  147. Dzewaltowski DA, Karteroliotis K, Welk G, Johnston JA, Nyaronga D, Estabrooks PA (2007). Measurement of self-efficacy and proxy efficacy for middle school youth physical activity. J Sport Exerc Psychol, 29(3), 310-32. (Read full article)
  148. Doerksen SE, Estabrooks PA (2007). Brief fruit and vegetable messages integrated within a community physical activity program successfully change behaviour. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 4, 12. (Read full article)
  149. Estabrooks PA, Shetterly S (2007). The prevalence and health care use of overweight children in an integrated health care system. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med, 161(3), 222-7. (Read full article)
  150. Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Vogt TM (2006). Evaluating the impact of health promotion programs: using the RE-AIM framework to form summary measures for decision making involving complex issues. Health Educ Res, 21(5), 688-94. (Read full article)
  151. Wilcox S, Dowda M, Griffin SF, Rheaume C, Ory MG, Leviton L, King AC, Dunn A, Buchner DM, Bazzarre T, Estabrooks PA, Campbell-Voytal K, Bartlett-Prescott J, Dowdy D, Castro CM, Carpenter RA, Dzewaltowski DA, Mockenhaupt R (2006). Results of the first year of active for life: translation of 2 evidence-based physical activity programs for older adults into community settings. Am J Public Health, 96(7), 1201-9. (Read full article)
  152. King DK, Estabrooks PA, Strycker LA, Toobert DJ, Bull SS, Glasgow RE (2006). Outcomes of a multifaceted physical activity regimen as part of a diabetes self-management intervention. Ann Behav Med, 31(2), 128-37. (Read full article)
  153. Glasgow RE, Magid DJ, Beck A, Ritzwoller D, Estabrooks PA (2005). Practical clinical trials for translating research to practice: design and measurement recommendations. Med Care, 43(6), 551-7. (Read full article)
  154. Estabrooks PA, Nelson CC, Xu S, King D, Bayliss EA, Gaglio B, Nutting PA, Glasgow RE (2005). The frequency and behavioral outcomes of goal choices in the self-management of diabetes. Diabetes Educ, 31(3), 391-400. (Read full article)
  155. Klesges LM, Estabrooks PA, Dzewaltowski DA, Bull SS, Glasgow RE (2005). Beginning with the application in mind: designing and planning health behavior change interventions to enhance dissemination. Ann Behav Med, 29 Suppl, 66-75. (Read full article)
  156. Estabrooks PA, Fox EH, Doerksen SE, Bradshaw MH, King AC (2005). Participatory research to promote physical activity at congregate-meal sites. J Aging Phys Act, 13(2), 121-44. (Read full article)
  157. Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Estabrooks PA, Brock E (2004). RE-AIM: evidence-based standards and a Web resource to improve translation of research into practice. Ann Behav Med, 28(2), 75-80. (Read full article)
  158. Estabrooks PA, Munroe KJ, Fox EH, Gyurcsik NC, Hill JL, Lyon R, Rosenkranz S, Shannon VR (2004). Leadership in physical activity groups for older adults: a qualitative analysis. J Aging Phys Act, 12(3), 232-45. (Read full article)
  159. Paxton RJ, Estabrooks PA, Dzewaltowski D (2004). Attraction to physical activity mediates the relationship between perceived competence and physical activity in youth. Res Q Exerc Sport, 75(1), 107-11. (Read full article)
  160. Schumann A, Estabrooks PA, Nigg CR, Hill J (2003). Validation of the stages of change with mild, moderate, and strenuous physical activity behavior, intentions, and self-efficacy. Int J Sports Med, 24(5), 363-5. (Read full article)
  161. Gyurcsik NC, Estabrooks PA, Frahm-Templar MJ (2003). Exercise-related goals and self-efficacy as correlates of aquatic exercise in individuals with arthritis. Arthritis Rheum, 49(3), 306-13. (Read full article)
  162. Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE, Dzewaltowski DA (2003). Physical activity promotion through primary care. JAMA, 289(22), 2913-6. (Read full article)
  163. Estabrooks PA, Lee RE, Gyurcsik NC (2003). Resources for physical activity participation: does availability and accessibility differ by neighborhood socioeconomic status? Ann Behav Med, 25(2), 100-4. (Read full article)
  164. Glasgow RE, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Bull SS (2003). Response from the Behavior Change Consortium Representatives and Translation Work Group: the issue is one of impact, not of world view or preferred approach. Health Educ Res, 17(6), 696-9. (Read full article)
  165. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Johnston JA (2002). Healthy youth places promoting nutrition and physical activity. Health Educ Res, 17(5), 541-51. (Read full article)
  166. Estabrooks PA, Carron AV (2000). Group cohesion in older adult exercisers: prediction and intervention effects. J Behav Med, 22(6), 575-88. (Read full article)
  167. Courneya KS, Estabrooks PA, Nigg CR (1997). A simple reinforcement strategy for increasing attendance at a fitness facility. Health Educ Behav, 24(6), 708-15. (Read full article)
  168. Nigg CR, Courneya KS, Estabrooks PA (1997). Maintaining attendance at a fitness center: an application of the decision balance sheet. Behav Med, 23(3), 130-7. (Read full article)
  169. Estabrooks PA, Courneya KS, Nigg CR (1996). Effect of a stimulus control intervention on attendance at a university fitness center. Behav Modif, 20(2), 202-15. (Read full article)


  1. Michaud TL, Estabrooks PA, You W, Ern J, Scoggins D, Gonzales K, King KM, Dai H, Su D (2022). Effectiveness of incentives to improve the reach of health promotion programs- a systematic review and meta-analysis. [Review]. Prev Med, 162, 107141. (Read full article)
  2. Michaud TL, Pereira E, Porter G, Golden C, Hill J, Kim J, Wang H, Schmidt C, Estabrooks PA (2022). Scoping review of costs of implementation strategies in community, public health and healthcare settings. [Review]. BMJ Open, 12(6), e060785. (Read full article)
  3. Glasgow RE, Harden SM, Gaglio B, Rabin B, Smith ML, Porter GC, Ory MG, Estabrooks PA (2019). RE-AIM Planning and Evaluation Framework: Adapting to New Science and Practice With a 20-Year Review. [Review]. Front Public Health, 7, 64. (Read full article)
  4. Estabrooks PA, Brownson RC, Pronk NP (2018). Dissemination and Implementation Science for Public Health Professionals: An Overview and Call to Action. [Review]. Prev Chronic Dis, 15, E162. (Read full article)
  5. Harden SM, Gaglio B, Shoup JA, Kinney KA, Johnson SB, Brito F, Blackman KC, Zoellner JM, Hill JL, Almeida FA, Glasgow RE, Estabrooks PA (2015). Fidelity to and comparative results across behavioral interventions evaluated through the RE-AIM framework: a systematic review. [Review]. Syst Rev, 4, 155. (Read full article)
  6. Harden SM, McEwan D, Sylvester BD, Kaulius M, Ruissen G, Burke SM, Estabrooks PA, Beauchamp MR (2015). Understanding for whom, under what conditions, and how group-based physical activity interventions are successful: a realist review. [Review]. BMC Public Health, 15, 958. (Read full article)
  7. Riebl SK, Estabrooks PA, Dunsmore JC, Savla J, Frisard MI, Dietrich AM, Peng Y, Zhang X, Davy BM (2015). A systematic literature review and meta-analysis: The Theory of Planned Behavior's application to understand and predict nutrition-related behaviors in youth. [Review]. Eat Behav, 18, 160-78. (Read full article)
  8. Harden SM, Burke SM, Haile AM, Estabrooks PA (2013). Generalizing the findings from group dynamics-based physical activity research to practice settings: what do we know? [Review]. Eval Health Prof, 38(1), 3-14. (Read full article)
  9. Galaviz KI, Harden SM, Smith E, Blackman KC, Berrey LM, Mama SK, Almeida FA, Lee RE, Estabrooks PA (2014). Physical activity promotion in Latin American populations: a systematic review on issues of internal and external validity. [Review]. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act, 11, 77. (Read full article)
  10. Blackman KC, Zoellner J, Berrey LM, Alexander R, Fanning J, Hill JL, Estabrooks PA (2013). Assessing the internal and external validity of mobile health physical activity promotion interventions: a systematic literature review using the RE-AIM framework. [Review]. J Med Internet Res, 15(10), e224. (Read full article)
  11. Hedrick VE, Dietrich AM, Estabrooks PA, Savla J, Serrano E, Davy BM (2012). Dietary biomarkers: advances, limitations and future directions. [Review]. Nutr J, 11, 109. (Read full article)
  12. Pinard CA, Yaroch AL, Hart MH, Serrano EL, McFerren MM, Estabrooks PA (2011). Measures of the home environment related to childhood obesity: a systematic review. [Review]. Public Health Nutr, 15(1), 97-109. (Read full article)
  13. Lee RE, Medina AV, Mama SK, Reese-Smith JY, OConnor DP, Brosnan M, Cubbin C, McMillan T, Estabrooks PA (2011). Health is Power: an ecological, theory-based health intervention for women of color. [Review]. Contemp Clin Trials, 32(6), 916-23. (Read full article)
  14. Allen K, Zoellner J, Motley M, Estabrooks PA (2011). Understanding the internal and external validity of health literacy interventions: a systematic literature review using the RE-AIM framework. [Review]. J Health Commun, 16 Suppl 3, 55-72. (Read full article)
  15. Akers JD, Estabrooks PA, Davy BM (2009). Translational research: bridging the gap between long-term weight loss maintenance research and practice. [Review]. J Am Diet Assoc, 110(10), 1511-22, 1522.e1-3. (Read full article)
  16. White SM, McAuley E, Estabrooks PA, Courneya KS (2009). Translating physical activity interventions for breast cancer survivors into practice: an evaluation of randomized controlled trials. [Review]. Ann Behav Med, 37(1), 10-9. (Read full article)
  17. Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE (2006). Translating effective clinic-based physical activity interventions into practice. [Review]. Am J Prev Med, 31(4 Suppl), S45-56. (Read full article)
  18. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Bull S, Glasgow RE (2004). Behavior change intervention research in community settings: how generalizable are the results? [Review]. Health Promot Int, 19(2), 235-45. (Read full article)
  19. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE (2004). The future of physical activity behavior change research: what is needed to improve translation of research into health promotion practice? [Review]. Exerc Sport Sci Rev, 32(2), 57-63. (Read full article)
  20. Estabrooks PA (2000). Sustaining exercise participation through group cohesion. [Review]. Exerc Sport Sci Rev, 28(2), 63-7. (Read full article)


  1. Estabrooks PA (2016). Physical activity promotion and translational research. Transl Behav Med, 7(1), 1-2. (Read full article)
  2. Davy BM, Estabrooks PA (2015). The Validity of Self-reported Dietary Intake Data: Focus on the "What We Eat In America" Component of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Research Initiative. Mayo Clin Proc, 90(7), 845-7. (Read full article)


  1. Glasgow RE, Estabrooks PA, Ory MG (2020). Characterizing evolving frameworks: issues from Esmail et al. (2020) review. [Letter to the editor]. Implement Sci, 15(1), 53. (Read full article)
  2. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Glasgow RE (2004). TREND: an important step, but not enough. [Letter to the editor]. Am J Public Health, 94(9), 1474; author reply 1474-5. (Read full article)


  1. Krutsinger DC (09/01/2021). Historic Abuses, Present Disparities, and Systemic Racism: Threats to Surrogate Decision-making for Critical Care Research Enrollment. Ann Am Thorac Soc, pp. 1118-1120. (Read full article)
  2. Estabrooks PA Gaglio B Glasgow RE (08/01/2021). Editorial: Use of the RE-AIM Framework: Translating Research to Practice With Novel Applications and Emerging Directions. Front Public Health, p. 691526. (Read full article)


  1. Kennedy SG Smith JJ Estabrooks PA Nathan N (12/01/2021). Correction to: Evaluating the reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation and maintenance of the Resistance Training for Teens program. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act (18, p. 154). England: The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity. (Read full article)