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Patient-Reported Barriers to Completing a Diagnostic Colonoscopy Following Abnormal Fecal Immunochemical Test Among Uninsured Patients.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Joshua S Yudkin, Stacie Miller, Emily Berry, Alicea Lieberman, Samir Gupta, Bijal A Balasubramanian,

BACKGROUND:For colorectal cancer (CRC) screening to improve survival, patients with an abnormal fecal immunochemical test (FIT) must follow-up with a diagnostic colonoscopy. Adherence to follow-up is low and patient-level barriers for suboptimal adherence have yet to be explored. OBJECTIVE:To characterize barriers for non-completion of diagnostic colonoscopy after an abnormal FIT ... Read more >>

J Gen Intern Med (Journal of general internal medicine)
[2019, :]

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Emergency Department Testing Patterns for Sexually Transmitted Diseases in North Texas.

Arti Barnes, Katelyn K Jetelina, Andrea C Betts, Theresa Mendoza, Pranavi Sreeramoju, Jasmin A Tiro,

BACKGROUND:Little is known about population-level sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing in emergency departments (EDs). We sought to explore STD testing patterns in EDs in a large, urban metroplex in North Texas, a high prevalence region. METHODS:Emergency department claims data were extracted from the Dallas Fort Worth Hospital Council databank for ... Read more >>

Sex Transm Dis (Sexually transmitted diseases)
[2019, 46(7):434-439]

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The role of military experience on officer-involved shootings: towards a constructive research agenda.

M Brad Cannell, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Stephen A Bishopp, Katelyn K Jetelina, Kelley Pettee Gabriel,

J Public Health (Oxf) (Journal of public health (Oxford, England))
[2019, :]

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The Value of Lived Experience With the Criminal Justice System: A Qualitative Study of Peer Re-entry Specialists.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Rachel E Rana, Katelyn K Jetelina, Madeline H Roberts,

The aim of this article was to describe the implementation and qualitative outcomes of peer reentry specialists ("peers") on housing attainment, mental health, and substance use problems, and increased life domain functioning. One-on-one interviews were conducted with peers and clients to understand the program implementation, peer experiences, and progress toward ... Read more >>

Int J Offender Ther Comp Criminol (International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology)
[2019, 63(10):1861-1875]

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Self-reporting discrepancies of bullying victimization and perpetration measures.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Paula M Cuccaro, Melissa F Peskin, Lisa Pompeii, Folefac Atem, Marc N Elliott, Valerie A Earnshaw, Susan L Davies, Mark A Schuster,

PURPOSE:To evaluate the relationship between sociodemographics and the prevalence of bullying victimization and perpetration using single-item and multiple-item measures. METHODS:Longitudinal survey data were obtained from 4297 children at fifth, seventh, and tenth grade in three U.S. cities. Bullying victimization and perpetration were measured in two ways: 1) a single-item recall ... Read more >>

Ann Epidemiol (Annals of epidemiology)
[2019, 32:58-63]

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Mechanisms and Frequency of Violent Injuries Among Victims and Perpetrators of Bullying.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Paula M Cuccaro, Melissa F Peskin, Lisa Pompeii, Folefac Atem, Marc N Elliott, Valerie A Earnshaw, Susan L Davies, Mark A Schuster,

PURPOSE:This article aims to (1) evaluate whether bullying typology predicts violent injury; (2) longitudinally examine whether violent injury trajectories differ across bullying typology as children age; and (3) longitudinally determine whether children who consistently reported perpetration or victimization (i.e., reported bullying at fifth, seventh, and 10th grade) were different from ... Read more >>

J Adolesc Health (The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine)
[2019, 64(5):664-670]

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Pilot testing the detection of elder abuse through emergency care technicians (DETECT) screening tool: results from the DETECT pilot project.

Brad Cannell, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Melvin Livingston, Katelyn K Jetelina, Jason Burnett, Julie C Weitlauf,

OBJECTIVE:To pilot test the feasibility of implementing an elder abuse (EA) screening tool (DETECT) designed for medics. METHODS:Testing occurred between September 17th, 2015 and October 26th, 2015. MedStar Mobile Healthcare medics completed the DETECT tool when responding to calls for community-dwelling patients 65 years of age or older. RESULTS:The DETECT ... Read more >>

J Elder Abuse Negl (Journal of elder abuse & neglect)
[2019, 31(2):129-145]

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Care coordination for complex cancer survivors in an integrated safety-net system: a study protocol.

Simon J Craddock Lee, Katelyn K Jetelina, Emily Marks, Eric Shaw, Kevin Oeffinger, Deborah Cohen, Noel O Santini, John V Cox, Bijal A Balasubramanian,

BACKGROUND:The growing numbers of cancer survivors challenge delivery of high-quality survivorship care by healthcare systems. Innovative ways to improve care coordination for patients with cancer and multiple chronic conditions ("complex cancer survivors") are needed to achieve better care outcomes, improve patient experience of care, and lower cost. Our study, Project ... Read more >>

BMC Cancer (BMC cancer)
[2018, 18(1):1204]

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Evaluation of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) Tool for Integrated Behavioral Health in Primary Care.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Tanisha Tate Woodson, Rose Gunn, Brianna Muller, Khaya D Clark, Jennifer E DeVoe, Bijal A Balasubramanian, Deborah J Cohen,

BACKGROUND:Integrating behavioral health into primary care can improve care quality; however, most electronic health records are not designed to meet the needs of integrated teams. We worked with practices and behavioral health (BH) clinicians to design a suite of electronic health record tools to address these needs ("BH e-Suite"). The ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2018, 31(5):712-723]

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Designing health information technology tools for behavioral health clinicians integrated within a primary care team.

Tanisha Tate Woodson, Rose Gunn, Khaya D Clark, Bijal A Balasubramanian, Katelyn K Jetelina, Brianna Muller, Benjamin F Miller, Timothy E Burdick, Deborah J Cohen,

BACKGROUND:Electronic health records (EHRs) are a key tool for primary care practice. However, EHR functionality is not keeping pace with the evolving informational and decision-support needs of behavioral health clinicians (BHCs) working on integrated teams. OBJECTIVE:Describe workflows and tasks of BHCs working with integrated teams, identify their health information technology ... Read more >>

J Innov Health Inform (Journal of innovation in health informatics)
[2018, 25(3):158-168]

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Does military veteran status and deployment history impact officer involved shootings? A case-control study.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Stephen A Bishopp, Katelyn K Jetelina, Ellen Paddock, Kelley Pettee Gabriel, M Brad Cannell,

Background:Despite veterans' preference hiring policies by law enforcement agencies, no studies have examined the nature or effects of military service or deployments on health outcomes. This study will examine the effect of military veteran status and deployment history on law enforcement officer (LEO)-involved shootings. Methods:Ten years of data were extracted ... Read more >>

J Public Health (Oxf) (Journal of public health (Oxford, England))
[2018, :]

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Violence against women increases cancer diagnoses: Results from a meta-analytic review.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Katelyn K Jetelina, Stefany Olague, Jordan G Wondrack,

The purpose of this project was to assess the magnitude of the relationship between violence against women and cancer; to identify the exposures and cancers for which this relationship was particularly robust; to identify the effect of violence exposure on cancer screening. We conducted a meta-analysis of 36 studies to ... Read more >>

Prev Med (Preventive medicine)
[2018, 114:168-179]

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Surveillance for colorectal cancer survivors in an integrated safety-net health system in the United States.

Bijal A Balasubramanian, Katelyn K Jetelina, Michael Bowen, Noel O Santini, Simon Craddock Lee,

Introduction:Guideline-recommended surveillance reduces likelihood of colorectal cancer (CRC) recurrence, yet surveillance rates are low in the United States (US). Little is known about CRC surveillance rates among patients without health insurance and their primary care clinicians/oncologists' attitudes towards surveillance care. Methods:A retrospective study of 205 patients diagnosed with Stage I-III ... Read more >>

Int J Care Coord (International journal of care coordination)
[2018, 21(1-2):26-35]

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Toward a Constructive Public Health Agenda on Race and Police Use of Force.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Katelyn K Jetelina, Stephen A Bishopp,

Am J Public Health (American journal of public health)
[2017, 107(8):e22]

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Dissecting the Complexities of the Relationship Between Police Officer-Civilian Race/Ethnicity Dyads and Less-Than-Lethal Use of Force.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Wesley G Jennings, Stephen A Bishopp, Alex R Piquero, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez,

OBJECTIVES:To examine how sublethal use-of-force patterns vary across officer-civilian race/ethnicity while accounting for officer-, civilian-, and situational-level factors. METHODS:We extracted cross-sectional data from 5630 use-of-force reports from the Dallas Police Department in 2014 and 2015. We categorized each officer-civilian interaction into race/ethnicity dyads. We used multilevel, mixed logistic regression models ... Read more >>

Am J Public Health (American journal of public health)
[2017, 107(7):1164-1170]

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Acute Alcohol Use, History of Homelessness, and Intent of Injury Among a Sample of Adult Emergency Department Patients.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Carlos V R Brown, Michael L Foreman, Craig Field,

The literature is clear that adults who are currently homeless also have higher rates of intentional injuries, such as assault and suicide attempts. No study has assessed whether intentional injuries are exacerbated because of substance use among adults with a history of homelessness.Data were obtained from a cohort of adults ... Read more >>

Violence Vict (Violence and victims)
[2017, 32(4):658-670]

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Gradual escalation of use-of-force reduces police officer injury.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Stephen A Bishopp,

OBJECTIVE:To examine how escalation through the force continuum predicts officer injury in the presence of citizen aggression, while controlling for extraneous factors, like citizen and officer characteristics. METHODS:Cross-sectional data were extracted from 2244 use-of-force reports from the Dallas Police Department in 2015. Multilevel, mixed logistic regression models were used to ... Read more >>

Inj. Prev. (Injury prevention : journal of the International Society for Child and Adolescent Injury Prevention)
[2018, 24(1):35-40]

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Outcomes of Integrated Behavioral Health with Primary Care.

Bijal A Balasubramanian, Deborah J Cohen, Katelyn K Jetelina, L Miriam Dickinson, Melinda Davis, Rose Gunn, Kris Gowen, Frank V deGruy, Benjamin F Miller, Larry A Green,

Integrating behavioral health and primary care is beneficial to patients and health systems. However, for integration to be widely adopted, studies demonstrating its benefits in community practices are needed. The objective of this study was to evaluate effect of integrated care, adapted to local contexts, on depression severity and patients' ... Read more >>

J Am Board Fam Med (Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine : JABFM)
[2017, 30(2):130-139]

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The Association Between Familial Homelessness, Aggression, and Victimization Among Children.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Paula M Cuccaro, Melissa F Peskin, Marc N Elliott, Tumaini R Coker, Sylvie Mrug, Susan L Davies, Mark A Schuster,

<label>PURPOSE</label>The purpose of this study was to evaluate the relationship between the number of periods children were exposed to familial homelessness and childhood aggression and victimization.<label>METHODS</label>Survey data were obtained from 4,297 fifth-grade children and their caregivers in three U.S. cities. Children and primary caregivers were surveyed longitudinally in 7th and ... Read more >>

J Adolesc Health (The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine)
[2016, 59(6):688-695]

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Barriers in detecting elder abuse among emergency medical technicians.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, M Brad Cannell, Katelyn K Jetelina, Sepeadeh Radpour,

Elder abuse and neglect are highly under-reported in the United States. This may be partially attributed to low incidence of reporting among emergency medical technicians' (EMTs), despite state-mandated reporting of suspected elder abuse. Innovative solutions are needed to address under-reporting. The objective was to describe EMTs' experience detecting and reporting ... Read more >>

BMC Emerg Med (BMC emergency medicine)
[2016, 16(1):36]

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Age-related changes in the relationship between alcohol use and violence from early adolescence to young adulthood.

Christopher P Salas-Wright, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Michael G Vaughn, Seth J Schwartz, Katelyn K Jetelina,

Despite the accumulation of studies examining the link between alcohol use and violence, no studies to our knowledge have systematically set out to detect age-related differences in these relationships. This limitation inhibits important insights into the stability of the relationship between alcohol use and violence among youth across varying ages.Study ... Read more >>

Addict Behav Rep (Addictive behaviors reports)
[2016, 4:13-17]

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Towards the development of a screening tool to enhance the detection of elder abuse and neglect by emergency medical technicians (EMTs): a qualitative study.

M Brad Cannell, Katelyn K Jetelina, Matt Zavadsky, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez,

BACKGROUND:To develop a screening tool to enhance elder abuse and neglect detection and reporting rates among emergency medical technicians (EMTs). Our primary aim was to identify the most salient indicators of elder abuse and neglect for potential inclusion on a screening tool. We also sought to identify practical elements of ... Read more >>

BMC Emerg Med (BMC emergency medicine)
[2016, 16(1):19]

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An Investigation of the Relationship Between Alcohol Use and Major Depressive Disorder Across Hispanic National Groups.

Katelyn K Jetelina, Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Patrice A C Vaeth, Britain A Mills, Raul Caetano,

There has been consistent epidemiological evidence of the association between drinking, alcohol dependence, and depression. However, most of the research has ignored potential diversity across Hispanic national subgroups. This study examines the prevalence of depression and explores its association with volume of drinking, age at first drink, binge drinking, and ... Read more >>

Alcohol. Clin. Exp. Res. (Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research)
[2016, 40(3):536-542]

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The long-term effects of school dropout and GED attainment on substance use disorders.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Christopher P Salas-Wright, Nadine M Connell, Katelyn K Jetelina, Stephen J Clipper, Michael S Businelle,

Epidemiologic research suggests that 14% of the population do not complete high school, and dropout has been linked to mental health conditions, substance use, chronic health problems, and criminal behavior. Few studies have assessed whether attainment of the general education development (GED) credential is protective from substance use.To assess the ... Read more >>

Drug Alcohol Depend (Drug and alcohol dependence)
[2016, 158:60-66]

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Rethinking police training policies: large class sizes increase risk of police sexual misconduct.

Jennifer M Reingle Gonzalez, Stephen A Bishopp, Katelyn K Jetelina,

The limited research on police sexual misconduct (PSM), a common form of police misconduct, suggests that no evidence-based strategies for prevention are available for use by police departments. To identify new avenues for prevention, we critically evaluated 'front-end' police recruiting, screening, hiring and training procedures.Internal Affairs records were linked with ... Read more >>

J Public Health (Oxf) (Journal of public health (Oxford, England))
[2016, 38(3):614-620]

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