Edited Journals Resulting from Conference Grants


1. Arcury TA, Quandt SA, eds. Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers and Pesticides:  Community-Based Approaches to Measuring Risks and Reducing Exposure. Environmental Health Perspectives 109 (Supplement 3): 427-473, 2001.

Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Dearry A.  Farmworker pesticide exposure and community-based participatory research: rationale and practical applications.  Pp. 429-434.

Quandt SA, Arcury TA, Pell AI.   Something for everyone? A community and academic partnership to address farmworker pesticide exposure in North Carolina.  Pp.435-441.

Thompson B, Coronado G, Puschel K, Allen E.  Identifying constituents to participate in a project to control pesticide exposure in children of farmworkers.  Pp. 443-448.

McCauley LA, Beltran M, Phillips J, Lasarev M, Sticker D.  The Oregon migrant farmworker community:  an evolving model for participatory research.  Pp. 449-455.

Kamel F, Moreno T, Rowland AS, Stallone L, Ramírez-Garnica G, Sandler DP.  Recruiting a community sample in collaboration with farmworkers.  Pp. 457-459.

Flocks J, Clarke L, Albrecht S, Bryant C, Monaghan P, Baker H.  Implementing a community-based social marketing project to improve agricultural worker health.  Pp. 451-468.

O’Fallon LR, Dearry A.  Commitment of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to community-based participatory research for rural health.  Pp. 469-473.

2. Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Barr DB, Hoppin JA, McCauley L, Robson MG, eds. Farmworker Exposure to Pesticides: Methodological Issues for the Collection of Comparable Data. Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 923-968, 2006.

Arcury TA, Quandt SA, Barr DB, Hoppin JA, McCauley L, Grzywacz JG, Robson MG.  Farmworker exposure to pesticides: methodological issues for the collection of comparable data.  Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 923-928, 2006.

Hoppin JA, Adgate JL, Eberhart M, Nishioka M, Ryan PB.  Environmental exposure assessment of pesticides in farmworker homes.  Environmental Health Perspectives 114:929-935, 2006.

Barr DB, Thomas D, Curwin B, Landsittel D, Raymer J, Lu C, Donnely KC, Acquavella J. Biomonitoring of exposure in farmworker studies.  Environmental Health Perspectives 114:936-942, 2006.

Quandt SA, Hernández-Valero MA, Grzywacz JG, Hovey JD, Gonzales M, Arcury TA. Workplace, household, and personal predictors of pesticide exposure and health outcomes for farmworkers.  Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 943-952, 2006.

McCauley LA, Anger WK, Keifer M, Langley R, Robson MG, Rohlman D. Studying health outcomes in farmworker populations exposed to pesticides. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114: 953-960, 2006.

Barr DB, Landsittel D, Nishoika M, Thomas K, Curwin B, Raymer J, Donnelly KC, McCauley LA, Ryan PB. Laboratory and statistical issues related to farmworker studies. Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 961-968, 2006.

3. Arcury TA, ed, Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries in the Southeastern US: Immigrant Worker Health. 
American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56: 911-984, 2013.

Arcury TA, Grzywacz JG, Sidebottom J, Wiggins M. Overview of Immigrant Worker Occupational Health and Safety for the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing (AgFF) Sector in the Southeastern United States. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56:912-924, 2013.

Frank AL, Liebman AK, Ryder G, Weir M, Arcury TA. Occupational Health Policy and Immigrant Workers in the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Sector. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56:960-974, 2013.

Grzywacz JG, Lipscomb HJ, Casanova V, Neis B, Fraser C, Monaghan P, Vallejos QM. Organization of Work in the Agricultural, Forestry, and Fishing Sector in the US Southeast:  Implications for Immigrant Workers’ Occupaitonal Safety and Health.  American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56:925-939, 2013.

Leibman AK, Wiggins MF, Fraser C, Levin J, Sidebottom J, Arcury TA. Occupational Health Policy and Immigrant Workers in the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Sector.  American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56:975-984, 2013

Quandt SA, Kucera KL, Haynes C, Klein BG, Langley R, Agnew M, Levin JL, Howard T, Nussbaum MA. Occupational Health Outcomes for Workers in the Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing Sector: Implications for Immigrant Workers in the Southeastern US. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 56:940-959, 2013.

4. Arcury TA, ed.  Farmworker Housing Quality and Health; A Transdisciplinary Conference. New Solutions 2015

Arcury TA, Jacobs IJ, Ruiz V. Farmworker Housing Quality and Health. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):256-62. doi: 10.1177/1048291115604426. Epub 2015 Sep 16. PubMed PMID: 26378156.

Quandt SA, Brooke C, Fagan K, Howe A, Thornburg TK, McCurdy SA. Farmworker Housing in the United States and Its Impact on Health. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):263-86. doi: 10.1177/1048291115601053. Epub 2015 Aug 28. PubMed PMID: 26320122.

Arcury TA, Gabbard S, Bell B, Casanova V, Flocks JD, Swanberg JE, Wiggins MF. Collecting Comparative Data on Farmworker Housing and Health: Recommendations for Collecting Housing and Health Data Across Places and Time. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):287-312. doi: 10.1177/1048291115601052. Epub 2015 Aug 27. PubMed PMID: 26315035.

Marsh B, Milofsky C, Kissam E, Arcury TA. Understanding the Role of Social Factors in Farmworker Housing and Health. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):313-33. doi:  10.1177/1048291115601020. Epub 2015 Aug 27. PubMed PMID: 26315036. 

Arcury TA, Gabbard S, Bell B, Casanova V, Flocks JD, Swanberg JE, Wiggins MF. Collecting Comparative Data on Farmworker Housing and Health: Recommendations for Collecting Housing and Health Data Across Places and Time. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):287-312. doi: 10.1177/1048291115601052. Epub 2015 Aug 27. PubMed PMID: 26315035.

Moss Joyner A, George L, Hall ML, Jacobs IJ, Kissam ED, Latin S, Parnell A, Ruiz V, Shadbeh N, Tobacman J. Federal Farmworker Housing Standards and Regulations, Their Promise and Limitations, and Implications for Farmworker Health. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):334-52. doi: 10.1177/1048291115604390. Epub 2015 Sep 16. PubMed PMID: 26378154.

Arcury TA, Summers P. Farmworker Housing: A Photo Essay. New Solut. 2015 Nov;25(3):353-61. doi: 10.1177/1048291115604391. Epub 2015 Sep 16. PubMed PMID: 26378153.

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