Publications

Using data collected from the first NYC HANES in 2004, researchers have published more than 20 scientific articles.

Findings from those research articles have led to action that has improved the health of all New York City residents, and some have also contributed to the nation-wide conversation about public health.

Publications based on 2013-2014 NYC HANES are listed below:

  1. Exposure to Secondhand Smoke Among Nonsmokers in New York City in the Context of Recent Tobacco Control Policies: Current Status, Changes Over the Past Decade, and National Comparisons
  2. Characterizing Adults Receiving Primary Medical Care in New York City: Implications for Using Electronic Health Records for Chronic Disease Surveillance
  3. The Burden of Depression in New York City Adults: Results from the 2013–14 NYC Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
  4. NYC HANES 2013–14 and Reflections on Future Population Health Surveillance
  5. Disparities in Sleep Problems by Sexual Orientation among New York City Adults: an Analysis of the New York City Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013–2014
  6. Change in Diabetes Prevalence and Control among New York City Adults: NYC Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys 2004–2014
  7. Change in Obesity Prevalence among New York City Adults: the NYC Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2004 and 2013–2014
  8. Gender and Race Disparities in Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors among New York City Adults: New York City Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NYC HANES) 2013–2014
  9. A roadmap for better mental health in New York City
  10. Racial and Ethnic Subgroup Disparities in Hypertension Prevalence, New York City Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2013–2014
  11. Declines in adult blood lead levels in New York City compared with the United States, 2004-2014
  12. Innovations in Population Health Surveillance: Using Electronic Health Records for Chronic Disease Surveillance
  13. Comparing Prevalence Estimates From Population-Based Surveys to Inform Surveillance Using Electronic Health Records
  14. Rationale, design and respondent characteristics of the 2013-2014 New York City Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NYC HANES 2013-2014)
  15. Exploring the Link Between Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and inflammation-Related Medical Conditions: An Epidemiological Examination
  16. Can Electronic Health Records Be Used for Population Health Surveillance? Validating Population Health Metrics Against Established Survey Data

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Phone: 347-396-4171