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Publications

Referred Publications
Plumb, M., Collins, N., Cordeiro, J., & Kavanaugh-Lynch, M.H. (2008). “Assessing Process and Outcomes: Evaluating Community-Based Participatory Research.” Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action. 2(2), 85-86, 87-97.

Plumb, M., Price, W., & Kavanaugh-Lynch, M.H. (2004). “Funding community-based participatory research: lessons learned.” Journal of Interprofessional Care. 18(4): 428-439.

Plumb M. (2001) Undercounts and overstatements: will the IOM report on lesbian health improve research? American Journal of Public Health. 91(6):873-875.

Plumb, M., Rochman, S. & White, J. (1999). “From the Margins to the Mainstream: Lesbian Health Public Policy Advocacy.” Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association. 54(1):21-25.

Non-Referred Publications
Plumb, M. (2000). Advocating for Lesbian Health in the Clinton Years. In J. D'Emilio, W. B. Turner & U. Vaid (Eds.), Creating Change: Sexuality, Public Policy, and Civil Rights (pp. 361-381). New York, NY: St. Martin's Press.

Plumb, M. (1997). Butch Identity, Breast Reduction and the Chicago Cubs: The Effect of Gender and Class on Lesbian Access to Health Care. In White J, Martinez MC. The lesbian health book: caring for ourselves (pp.41-55). Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

Plumb, M. (1997). Blueprint for the Future: The Lesbian Health Advocacy Movement. In White, J., Martinez M.C. The lesbian health book: caring for ourselves (pp.362-378). Seattle, WA: Seal Press.

Plumb M. (1997). Statement of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association to the IOM Committee on Lesbian Health Research Priorities Regarding Community Perspective, Washington, DC.

Commissioned Reports
Plumb, M., Weitz, T., Hernandez, M., Estes, C., Goldberg, S. (2007). In The California Endowment (Eds), “Improving Care and Assistance Security for Vulnerable Older Women in California.” In Women, Health and Aging: Building a Statewide Movement.

Plumb, M., Collins, N., Cordeiro, J. N., & Kavanaugh-Lynch, M. (2007). “Transforming Partnerships: The Relationship Between Collaboration and Outcomes in the Community Research Collaboration Awards.” California Breast Cancer Research Program, Oakland, CA.

Plumb, M., Collins, N., Cordeiro, J. N., & Kavanaugh-Lynch, M. (2005). “Transforming Research: An Evaluation of the Community Researcher Collaboration Awards.” California Breast Cancer Research Program, Oakland, CA.

Plumb, M. (2005). Evaluation of Central Valley Nursing Workforce Diversity Project. California Health Collaborative. Fresno, CA

Plumb, M. & Tew, S. (2003). “Maximizing the Public Benefit of Research and Policy Efforts.” The Center for Reproductive Research and Health Policy, UC San Francisco, SF, CA.

Plumb. M. (2003). National Needs Assessment and Technical Assistance Audit. Senior Action in a Gay Environment (SAGE), New York City, NY.

Plumb, M. (2002). Cultural Competency in Health Promotion and Health Services for Lesbian, Gay Men, Bisexuals and Transgender Individuals. The California Endowment, Sacramento, CA.

Plumb, M. (2001). Community Research Collaboration Awards: Report on the Evaluation and Capacity Expansion Project. California Breast Cancer Research Program, Oakland, CA.

Plumb, M. (1998). Educating Medical Providers about the Health Needs of Gay and Lesbian Patients: A report of the meeting hosted September 11, 1998 by the Association of American Medical Colleges. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

Plumb, M. (1996). Lesbian health overview, recommendations, and report of advocacy efforts. National Center for Lesbian Rights, San Francisco, CA.

Radecic, P.J. & and Plumb, M. (1993) Lesbian Health Issues and Recommendations. National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Policy Institute, Health Policy Project, Washington, DC.

Conference Abstracts, Posters and Proceedings
Plumb, M. Training community-based women to shape public policy through the Women’s Policy Institute. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington DC, November 2007. Accepted Abstract for Oral Presentation (Presenter: Plumb).

Plumb, M.J. (2007). Assessing Process and Outcomes: Evaluating Community-Based Participatory Research. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health 10th Anniversary Conference, Toronto, Canada, April 2007. Poster Presentation (Presenter: Plumb).

Price, W., Foo, M.A., Kagawa-Singer, M., O’Donnell, S., Belkora, J., Plumb, M., & Collins, N. (2007). Funders, Communities & Academia: Creating Authentic Partnerships. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health 10th Anniversary Conference, Toronto, Canada, April 2007. Panel Presentation.

Plumb, M., Collins, N., Cordeiro J., Kavanaugh-Lynch, M.H.E., & Price, W. (2006). Assessing Process and Outcomes: Evaluating Community-Based Participatory Research. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 2006. Accepted Abstract for Oral Presentation (Presenter: Plumb)

Collins, N., Plumb, M., Price, W. Cordeiro J., & Kavanaugh-Lynch, M.H.E. (2006). Assessing Process and Increasing Community Interest and Success in Community-Based Participatory Research. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November 2006. Accepted Abstract for Oral Presentation (Presenter: Collins).

Plumb, M., Rankow, E. & Young, R. (1998). “Drug Use and Increased Risk of HIV Among Lesbians, Bisexual Women, and Women Who Have Sex with Women” In Proceedings of the Conference on Drug Addiction Research and Women’s Health. Rockville, MD: National Institutes of Drug Abuse. Conference Proceedings. (Presenter: Plumb)

Freidman, S.R., Young, R., Clatts, M.C., Hollibaugh, A., Asensio, M., Plumb, M.J., Case, P. (1998). The questions not asked: the pitfalls of methodological individualism in HIV epidemiology. 12th International AIDS Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, June/July. Accepted Abstract for Oral Presentation (Presenter: Friedman).

Bradford, J., Plumb, M., White, J., and Ryan, C. (1994). Information Transfer Strategies to Support Lesbian Research,” Psychological and Behavioral Factors in Women’s Health: Creating an Agenda for the 21st Century. American Psychological Association Conference, Washington, DC, May 1994. Accepted Paper Presentation (Presenter: Bradford).

 
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