Nicole Wagner, PhD
Assistant Professor, Medicine-Internal Medicine
My research focuses on the development and adaptation of effective interventions to reach underserved populations engaging in substance use. I am developing strategies to optimally adapt evidence-based programs to fit the contextual needs and priorities where they will be implemented, in a way that fosters sustainable program delivery and successful health outcomes.
Wagner NM, Kempe A, Barnard JG, Rinehart DJ, Havranek EP, Glasgow RE, Blum J, Morris, MA. Qualitative exploration of public health vending machines in young adults who misuse opioids: A promising strategy to increase naloxone access in a high risk underserved population. Drug and Alcohol Dependence reports. 2022: 100094.
Binswanger IA, Rinehart D, Mueller SR, Narwaney KJ, Stowell M, Wagner N, Xu S, Hanratty R, Blum J, McVaney K, Glanz JM. Naloxone Co-Dispensing with Opioids: a Cluster Randomized Pragmatic Trial. J Gen Intern Med. 2022 Aug;37(11):2624-2633. PubMed PMID: 35132556
Kwan BM, Pyrzanowski J, Sevick C, Wagner NM, Resnicow K, Glanz JM, Dempsey AF. Exploring mechanisms of a web-based values-tailored childhood vaccine promotion intervention trial: Effects on parental vaccination values, attitudes, and intentions. Appl Psychol Health Well Being. 2022 Feb;14(1):158-175. PubMed PMID: 34396709
Wagner NM, Dempsey AF, Narwaney KJ, Gleason KS, Kraus CR, Pyrzanowski J, Glanz JM. Addressing logistical barriers to childhood vaccination using an automated reminder system and online resource intervention: A randomized controlled trial. Vaccine. 2021 Jun 29;39(29):3983-3990. PubMed PMID: 34059372
Wagner NM, Ritzwoller DP, Raebel MA, Goodrich GK, Cvietusa PJ, King DK, Shoup JA, Bender BG. Can digital communication technology reduce health system personnel time? An evaluation of personnel requirements and costs in a randomized controlled trial. Transl Behav Med. 2021 Apr 7;11(3):863-869. PubMed PMID: 33449120
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