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Daniel Cook, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Community Health Sciences

Ph.D. in Political Science, City University of New York

B.A. in Politics, New York University

Interests:
I study the politics of health and safety regulations, with a focus on the role of the private sector in public policy. Specific research topics have included tobacco control, drug safety, and the politics of science. I conduct qualitative analysis of archived documents while seeking a better understanding of structural inequality and how stakeholders interact with government and public health. I also contribute to multi-disciplinary teams to discover the implications of health science research for social justice and public policy.

Selected Publications:
Tung, W.C., Lu, M., & Cook, D.M. (2012). HIV/AIDS Knowledge and attitudes among Chinese college students living in the US. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, DOI: 10.1007/s10903-012-9716-1.

Cook, D.M, Moulton, P.V., Sacks, T.M., & Yang. (2012). Self-reported responses to medication therapy management services for older adults: Analysis of a 5-year program. Research in Social & Adminstrative Pharmacy, 8, 3, 217-227. DOI: 10.1016/j.sapharm.2011.07.001

Davidson, L.A., Pettis, C.T.; Joiner, A.J.; Cook, D.M., & Klugman, C.M. (2010). Religion and conscientious objection: A survey of pharmacists' willingness to dispense medications. Social Science and Medicine, 71,1, 161-165. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.socsciemed.2010.03.027.

Cook, D.M., Gurugubelli, R.K., & Bero, L.A. (2009). Risk-management policy and black box warnings: A qualitative analysis of US FDA proceedings.Drug Safety, 32, 11, 1057-1066.

Cook, D.M., Lee, W.L., & Yang, W. (2009). Factors associated with total restrictions on smoking at work and at home: A study among populations in multiple US states and the US Virgin Islands. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 15, 4, 392-401.

Cook, D.M. & Bero, L.A. (2009). The politics of smoking in federal bulidings: An executive order case study. American Journal of Public Health, 99, 9, 1588-1595.

Cook, D., Boyd, E., Grossman, C., and Bero, L. (2007). Reporting science and conflicts of interest in the lay press. Public Library of Science ONE, 2, 12. e1266 doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0001255. December 5.

Cook, D.M. & Bero, L.A. (2006). Identifying carcinogens: The tobacco industry and regulatory politics in the United States. International Journal of Health Sciences, 36, 4, 747-766.

Cook, D.M., Tong, E.K., Glantz, S.A., & Bero, L.A. (2005). The power of paperwork: How Phillip Morris neutralized the medical code for secondhand smoke. Health Affairs, 24, 4, 994-1004.

Baba, A., Cook, D.M., McGarity, T.O., & Bero, L.A. (2005). Legislating 'sound science': The role of the tobacco industry. American Journal of Public Health, 95, S1
, S20-S27.

 





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