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Elizabeth A. Baker, MD

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  • Primary Care, Adult
  • Internal Medicine
Board Certification:
  • Internal Medicine (PCP)
Faculty Rank: Associate Professor
Medical or Graduate Education: Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
Residency: Rush University Medical Center - Internal Medicine
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Below is a list of scientific publications for which this practitioner was either the primary author or a contributor. Citations come from PubMed, a database of biomedical literature, life science journals and online books. PubMed is a service of the US Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Click on the title of the cited work for more information (this will take you directly to Listings go back five years.

  1. How do African American men rate their health care? An analysis of the consumer assessment of health plans 2003-2006.
    Elder K, Meret-Hanke L, Dean C, Wiltshire J, Gilbert KL, Wang J, Shacham E, Barnidge E, Baker E, Wray R, Rice S, Johns M, Moore T
    Am J Mens Health
    2015 May
  2. Diagnosis and management of autism spectrum disorder in the era of genomics: rare disorders can pave the way for targeted treatments.
    Baker E, Jeste SS
    Pediatr. Clin. North Am.
    2015 Jun
  3. Culturally specific versus standard smoking cessation messages targeting Hispanics: An experiment.
    Rodríguez Esquivel D, Webb Hooper M, Baker EA, McNutt MD
    Psychol Addict Behav
    2015 Jun
  4. Electrophysiological evidence of heterogeneity in visual statistical learning in young children with ASD.
    Jeste SS, Kirkham N, Senturk D, Hasenstab K, Sugar C, Kupelian C, Baker E, Sanders AJ, Shimizu C, Norona A, Paparella T, Freeman SF, Johnson SP
    Dev Sci
    2015 Jan
  5. Day 6.
    Baker E
    2015 Aug 21
  6. Negative emotions and stigma associated with a human papillomavirus test result: A comparison between human papillomavirus-positive men and women.
    Daley EM, Vamos CA, Wheldon CW, Kolar SK, Baker EA
    J Health Psychol
    2015 Aug
  7. The IDEA Assessment Tool: Assessing the Reporting, Diagnostic Reasoning, and Decision-Making Skills Demonstrated in Medical Students' Hospital Admission Notes.
    Baker EA, Ledford CH, Fogg L, Way DP, Park YS
    Teach Learn Med
  8. A Participatory Regional Partnership Approach to Promote Nutrition and Physical Activity Through Environmental and Policy Change in Rural Missouri.
    Barnidge EK, Baker EA, Estlund A, Motton F, Hipp PR, Brownson RC
    Prev Chronic Dis
  9. Community-Based Participatory Research Conceptual Model: Community Partner Consultation and Face Validity.
    Belone L, Lucero JE, Duran B, Tafoya G, Baker EA, Chan D, Chang C, Greene-Moton E, Kelley MA, Wallerstein N
    Qual Health Res
    2014 Oct 31
  10. Efficacy of a DVD-based smoking cessation intervention for African Americans.
    Webb Hooper M, Baker EA, Robinson RG
    Nicotine Tob. Res.
    2014 Oct
  11. Racial/Ethnic differences among smokers: revisited and expanded to help seekers.
    Webb Hooper M, Baker EA, McNutt MD
    Nicotine Tob. Res.
    2014 May
  12. Partnering to create a more livable city: the Livable St Louis Network.
    Harris JK, Roche J, Estlund AK, Mense C, Baker EA
    J Public Health Manag Pract
    2014 Jul-Aug
  13. The built environment predicts observed physical activity.
    Kelly C, Wilson JS, Schootman M, Clennin M, Baker EA, Miller DK
    Front Public Health
  14. Training needs and supports for evidence-based decision making among the public health workforce in the United States.
    Jacob RR, Baker EA, Allen P, Dodson EA, Duggan K, Fields R, Sequeira S, Brownson RC
    BMC Health Serv Res
  15. Perceived benefits and challenges of coordinated approaches to chronic disease prevention in state health departments.
    Allen P, Sequeira S, Best L, Jones E, Baker EA, Brownson RC
    Prev Chronic Dis
  16. The effect of placebo tailoring on smoking cessation: a randomized controlled trial.
    Webb Hooper M, Rodríguez de Ybarra D, Baker EA
    J Consult Clin Psychol
    2013 Oct
  17. Associations between coping, affect, and social support among low-income African American smokers.
    Webb Hooper M, Baker EA, McNutt MD
    Addict Behav
    2013 Nov
  18. Confusion about Pap smears: lack of knowledge among high-risk women.
    Daley E, Perrin K, Vamos C, Hernandez N, Anstey E, Baker E, Kolar S, Ebbert J
    J Womens Health (Larchmt)
    2013 Jan
  19. Using Google Street View to audit the built environment: inter-rater reliability results.
    Kelly CM, Wilson JS, Baker EA, Miller DK, Schootman M
    Ann Behav Med
    2013 Feb
    45 Suppl 1:S108-12.
  20. Understanding and addressing barriers to implementation of environmental and policy interventions to support physical activity and healthy eating in rural communities.
    Barnidge EK, Radvanyi C, Duggan K, Motton F, Wiggs I, Baker EA, Brownson RC
    J Rural Health
  21. Promoting state health department evidence-based cancer and chronic disease prevention: a multi-phase dissemination study with a cluster randomized trial component.
    Allen P, Sequeira S, Jacob RR, Hino AA, Stamatakis KA, Harris JK, Elliott L, Kerner JF, Jones E, Dobbins M, Baker EA, Brownson RC
    Implement Sci
  22. Training the workforce in evidence-based public health: an evaluation of impact among US and international practitioners.
    Gibbert WS, Keating SM, Jacobs JA, Dodson E, Baker E, Diem G, Giles W, Gillespie KN, Grabauskas V, Shatchkute A, Brownson RC
    Prev Chronic Dis
  23. Identifying the role of community partnerships in creating change to support active living.
    Baker EA, Wilkerson R, Brennan LK
    Am J Prev Med
    2012 Nov
    43(5 Suppl 4):S290-9.
  24. Cognitive and emotional responses to human papillomavirus test results in men.
    Daley EM, Buhi ER, Marhefka SL, Baker EA, Kolar S, Ebbert-Syfrett J, Vamos CA, Abrahamsen M, Giuliano AR
    Am J Health Behav
    2012 Nov
  25. Canaries in a coalmine: Immigration and overweight among Mexican-origin children in the US and Mexico.
    Van Hook J, Baker E, Altman CE, Frisco ML
    Soc Sci Med
    2012 Jan
  26. Assessing the built environment using omnidirectional imagery.
    Wilson JS, Kelly CM, Schootman M, Baker EA, Banerjee A, Clennin M, Miller DK
    Am J Prev Med
    2012 Feb
  27. Acculturation predicts 7-day smoking cessation among treatment-seeking African-Americans in a group intervention.
    Hooper MW, Baker EA, de Ybarra DR, McNutt M, Ahluwalia JS
    Ann Behav Med
    2012 Feb
  28. Contextual factors influencing readiness for dissemination of obesity prevention programs and policies.
    Dreisinger ML, Boland EM, Filler CD, Baker EA, Hessel AS, Brownson RC
    Health Educ Res
    2012 Apr
  29. A survey tool for measuring evidence-based decision making capacity in public health agencies.
    Jacobs JA, Clayton PF, Dove C, Funchess T, Jones E, Perveen G, Skidmore B, Sutton V, Worthington S, Baker EA, Deshpande AD, Brownson RC
    BMC Health Serv Res
  30. Developing an urban community-campus partnership: lessons learned in infrastructure development and communication.
    Parker DF, Dietz NA, Hooper MW, Byrne MM, Fernandez CA, Baker EA, Stevens MS, Messiah A, Lee DJ, Kobetz EN
    Prog Community Health Partnersh
  31. Analysis and publication rates of Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine (CDIM) annual meeting abstracts 1995-2005.
    Papp KK, Baker EA, Dyrbye LN, Elnicki DM, Hemmer PA, Mechaber AJ, Mintz M, Durning SJ
    Teach Learn Med
    2011 Oct
  32. Exploring community health through the Sustainable Livelihoods framework.
    Barnidge EK, Baker EA, Motton F, Fitzgerald T, Rose F
    Health Educ Behav
    2011 Feb
  33. Use of evidence-based interventions in state health departments: a qualitative assessment of barriers and solutions.
    Dodson EA, Baker EA, Brownson RC
    J Public Health Manag Pract
    2010 Nov-Dec
  34. Smoking cessation interventions among Hispanics in the United States: A systematic review and mini meta-analysis.
    Webb MS, Rodríguez-Esquivel D, Baker EA
    Am J Health Promot
    2010 Nov-Dec
  35. The paradox of 20q11.21 amplification in a subset of cases of myeloid malignancy with chromosome 20 deletion.
    Mackinnon RN, Selan C, Wall M, Baker E, Nandurkar H, Campbell LJ
    Genes Chromosomes Cancer
    2010 Nov
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