Sharla A. Smith, Ph.D.

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2013 Health Systems Research University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, United States 
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Public Health
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Glen Mays grad student 2013 UAMS
 (Three essays on public health system partnerships to reduce infant mortality.)
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Smith SA, Mays GP, Collins TC, et al. (2019) The role of the community health delivery system in the health and well-being of justice-involved women: a narrative review. Health & Justice. 7: 12
Preston MA, Mays GP, Bursac Z, et al. (2018) Insurance coverage mandates: Impact of physician utilization in moderating colorectal cancer screening rates. American Journal of Surgery
Smith SA, Mays GP, Felix HC, et al. (2015) Impact of Economic Constraints on Public Health Delivery Systems Structures. American Journal of Public Health. 105: e48-53
Hoornbeek J, Morris ME, Stefanak M, et al. (2015) The impacts of local health department consolidation on public health expenditures: evidence from Ohio. American Journal of Public Health. 105: S174-80
Preston MA, Mays GP, Jones RD, et al. (2014) Reducing cancer disparities through community engagement in policy development: the role of cancer councils. Journal of Health Care For the Poor and Underserved. 25: 139-50
Mays GP, Smith SA. (2011) Evidence links increases in public health spending to declines in preventable deaths. Health Affairs (Project Hope). 30: 1585-93
Mays GP, Scutchfield FD, Bhandari MW, et al. (2010) Understanding the organization of public health delivery systems: an empirical typology. The Milbank Quarterly. 88: 81-111
Mays GP, Smith SA. (2009) Geographic variation in public health spending: correlates and consequences. Health Services Research. 44: 1796-817
Mays GP, Smith SA, Ingram RC, et al. (2009) Public health delivery systems: evidence, uncertainty, and emerging research needs. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 36: 256-65
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