Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): Workplace Health and Safety Information—Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

Research Methods

Tinc, P., Gadomski, A., Sorensen, J., Weinehall, L., Jenkins, P., & Lindvall, K. (2018). Adapting the T0-4 Implementation Science Model to Occupational Health and Safety in Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing: A Scoping Review. Am J Ind Med, 61(1).

Tinc, P. J., Gadomski, A., Sorensen, J. A., Weinehall, L., Jenkins, P., & Lindvall, K. (2018). Applying the Consolidated Framework for implementation research to agricultural safety and health: Barriers, facilitators, and evaluation opportunities. Safety Science, 107, 99-108.

Benson, J., Garrison, E., Dropkin, J., & Jenkins, P. L. (2016). Methodological concerns related to response bias in migrant and seasonal farmworkers. Am J Ind Med, 59(12), 1112-1119.

Droullard, D., Tinc, P., & Sorensen, J. (2017). "I would go if my arm were hanging off…" A Qualitative Study of Healthcare Seeking Behaviors of Small Farm Owners in Central NY. J Agric Saf & Health, 23(1), 67-81.

Scott, E., Bell, E., Kripa, N., Hirabayashi, L., & Jenkins, P. (2017). Data Processing and Case Identification in an Agricultural and Logging Morbidity Surveillance Study: Trends over Time. Am J Ind Med, 60(9), 811-820.

Sorensen, J., Tinc, P., Weil, R., & Droullard, D. (2017). Symbolic Interactionism: A Framework for Understanding Risk-taking Behaviors in Farm Communities. J Agromedicine, 22(1).

Tinc, P. J., Ayers, P., May, J. J., Purschwitz, M. A., Park, S., Bayes, B., & Sorensen, J. (2016). Implementing a National Tractor Safety Program: Using "Whole System in a Room" to Mobilize Partners and Implement Solutions. J Agromedicine, 21(2), 127-131.

Gadomski, A. M., Vargha, M., Tallman, N., Scribani, M. B., & Kelsey, T. W. (2016). Impact of preparing for OSHA local emphasis program inspections of New York dairy farms: Case studies and financial cost analysis. Am J Ind Med, 59(3), 245-255.

Earle-Richardson, G., Scribani, M., Wyckoff, L., Strogatz, D., May, J., & Jenkins, P. (2015). Community views and public health priority setting: how do health department priorities, community views, and health indicator data compare? Health Promot Pract, 16(1), 36-45. doi: 10.1177/1524839914528180

Chapel, D., Scribani, M., Krupa, N., Shaw, B., Bell, E., & Jenkins, P. (2014). Assessing the implications of contradictory farm exposure data in an aging rural population. J Agromedicine, 19(3), 258-267. doi: 10.1080/1059924x.2014.916640

Earle-Richardson, G., Scribani, M., Scott, E., May, J., & Jenkins, P. (2014). A Comparison of Health, Health Behavior, and Access Between Farm and Nonfarm Populations in Rural New York State. J Rural Health. doi: 10.1111/jrh.12098

Scott, E. E., Krupa, N. L., Sorensen, J., & Jenkins, P. L. (2013). Electronic merger of large health care data sets: cautionary notes from a study of agricultural morbidity in New York State. J Agromedicine, 18(4), 334-339. doi: 10.1080/1059924x.2013.826608

Sorensen, J.A., Brewer D., Wyckoff, L., Horsman, M., Scott, E., May, J. J. (2013) Building safety partnerships using social network analysis. Soc Marketing Q, 19 (2). 67-75

Jenkins, P.L., Sorensen, J.A., Yoder, A., Myers, M., Murphy, D., Cook, G., Wright, F., Bayes. B., May, J.J. (2012). Prominent Barriers and Key Motivators to Installing ROPS: An Analysis of Survey Responses from Pennsylvania and Vermont. J Agri Saf Health 18(2):103-112.

Scott, E.E., Earle-Richardson, G., Krupa, N., Jenkins, P. (2011). A correction factor for estimating statewide agricultural injuries from ambulance reports. Ann Epidemiol 21(10):767-772.

Earle-Richardson, G., Jenkins, P., Scott, E.E., May, J.J. (2011). Improving Agricultural Injury Surveillance: a comparison of incidence rates among three data sources. Am J Ind Med 54(8):586-596.

Jenkins, P., Earle-Richardson, G., Burdick, P., May, J. (2008) Handling nonresponse in surveys: Analytic corrections compared with converting nonresponders. Am J Epidemiol 167(3):369-374.

Jenkins, P., Earle-Richardson, G., Slingerland, T., & May, J. (2002). Time dependent memory decay. Am J Ind Med, 41(1):98-101.