Peer Reviewed Publications
Selected NACR Peer Reviewed Publications

The following is included on the Web Page to respond to the many inqueries NACR receives requesting copies of publications. We have limited resources to duplicate and mail these documents. Thus, for your information, the following includes peer reviewed articles and publications with complete reference citation information. We have included selected HIV publications since they address cultural and statistical issues which are also relevant to cancer.

    Dr. Linda Burhansstipanov Founder/Grants Director

  • Genetic articles:
    1. Brooks, Cassandra. Understanding Nanotechnology in Medicine: empowerment through Education; Winds of Change. Winter 2010. Pp. 10-14.


    2. Bemis LT and Burhansstipanov L. Effective Educational Strategies Combining Emerging Genetic Science and Native American Cultural Issues. 2007 California Journal of Public Health.


    3. Burhansstipanov L and Bemis LT. Interactive Lesson on the Cell. (accepted for publication for 2007 issues of the California Journal of Public Health)


    4. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis L, Kaur JS, Bemis G. Sample genetic policy language for research conducted with Native Communities. Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 52-57.


    5. Dignan MB, Burhansstipanov L, Bemis L. Genetic Education for Native Americans - Evaluation Methodology and Results. Genetics: February 2005: 169: 317-521.


    6. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB. Native American Recommendations for Genetic Research to Be Culturally Respectful. Jurimetrics: 2002:42:2: 149-57.


    7. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB. Native American Cancer Education: Genetic and Cultural Issues. Journal of Cancer Education. 2001: 16: 142-145.


    8. Romero F, Bemis LT, Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB. Genetic Research and Native American Cultural Issues. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering: 2001: 7: 97-106.


    9. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB, Dukepoo F. Genetics Education: Development of Genetic Education Curriculum for Native American College and University Students. Genetics: 2001: 158: 941-948.

  • 2010 Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Burhansstipanov L, Krebs LU, Seals BF, Bradley AA, Kaur JS, Iron P, Dignan MB, Thiel C. Gamito E. Native American Breast Cancer Survivors’ Physical Conditions and Quality Of Life. Cancer. March 2010. PMID: 20120031


    2. Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB, Schumacher A, Krebs LU, Alfonsi G, Apodaca C. Breast Screening Navigator Programs within Three Settings that Assist Underserved Women. Journal of Cancer Education March 2010. PMID: 20300914.

  • 2009 Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Linda Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB, Schumacher A, Krebs LU, Alfonsi G, Apodaca C. Breast Screening Navigator Programs within Three Settings that Assist Underserved Women. Journal of Cancer Education. December 2009.


    2. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Petereit D. Chapter 13. Native American communities: Perspectives on Healthcare Genetics. Eds. Rita Black Monsen of Genetics and Ethics In Health Care: New Questions in the Age of Genomic Health. Silver Springs, MD: American Nurses Publishing. 2009, pp. 179-199.

  • 2008 Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Petereit DG and Burhansstipanov L. Establishing Trusting Partnerships for Successful Recruitment of American Indians to Clinical Trials. Cancer Culture and Literacy. Cancer Control. Journal from the Moffitt Cancer Center. July 2008, volume 15, No. 3. Pages 260-268. PMID: 18596679

  • 2007 Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Wilson, R. T., Adams-Cameron, M., Burhansstipanov, L., Roubidoux, M. A., Cobb, N., Lynch, C. F., and Edwards, B. K. Disparities in breast dancer treatment among American Indian, Hispanic and Non-Hispanic White women enrolled in Medicare. J Health Care Poor Underserved 18(3):648-664, 2007.

  • 2006 Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Swan J, Breen N, Burhansstipanov L. Satter D, Cancer Screening and Risk Factor Rates among American Indians. American Journal of Public Health: 2006: Feb; 96(2):340-350. PMID: 16380573


    2. Seals BF, Burhansstipanov L, Satter DE, Chia JY, Gatchell M. California American Indian and Alaska Natives Tribal Groups, Care Access and Utilization of Care: Policy Implications. Journal of Cancer Education Spring 2006: 21; 1 (Suppl) pp S15-S21.PMID: 17020497


    3. Burhansstipanov, L., & Krebs, L.U.. (2006). Reaching populations labeled "hard to reach." Eliminating Disparities in Clinical Trials (EDICT), located in the EDICT Reading Room at http://www.bcm.edu/edict/PDF/Reaching_Populations.pdf.


    4. Seals BF, Burhansstipanov L, Satter DE, Chia JY, Gatchell M. California American Indian and Alaska Natives Tribal Groups, Care Access and Utilization of Care: Policy Implications. Journal of Cancer Education Spring 2006: 21; 1 (Suppl) pp S15-S21


    5. Kaur JS, Dignan M, Burhansstipanov L, Baukol P, Claus C. The "Spirit of Eagles" Legacy. Cancer: 2006; 107 (8 Suppl): 1987-94.


    6. Petereit DG, Mehta MP, Kaur JS, Govern F, Colemen CN, Ritter MA, Koscik R, Moser AR, Burhansstipanov L, Rogerd D et al. Methods to address cancer disparities in special populations (Abstract 1014) Int J Radiol Bgiol Phys 2006;66(3 Suppl):S136-7.


    7. Burhansstipanov L, Chapter 27 American Indian and Alaska Native Women and Cancer, of Karen Hassey Dow’s (editor) Nursing Care of Women and Cancer. Mosby Elsevier Publishers, St. Louis, MO. 2006, pp. 459-471.


    8. Swan J, Breen N, Burhansstipanov L. Satter D, Cancer Screening and Risk Factor Rates among American Indians. American Journal of Public Health :2006: 96:340-350.

  • 2005 and earlier Peer Reviewed Publications
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    1. Burhansstipanov L, Christopher S, Schumacher A. Lessons Learned from Community-Based Participatory Research in Indian Country. Cancer Control: Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center. November 2005. 70-76.


    2. Burhansstipanov L, Gamito E, Krebs LU, Wampler NS, Harjo L, Ratter T, Lee R, Abstract #2. Use of Audience Response Systems to Evaluate Cancer Education Curricula. Journal of Cancer Education: (suppl 20); 3: Fall 2005 ISN 0885-8195; pp. 12.


    3. Krebs LU, Burhansstipanov L. Gamito E, Bradley A. Abstract # 7: Evaluation of Two Clinical Trials Education Programs. Journal of Cancer Education: (suppl 20); 3: Fall 2005 ISN 0885-8195; p. 13


    4. Burhansstipanov L. Krebs LU, Gamito E, Douma M, Dignan MB, Abstract #89: Preliminary Findings Native American Quality of Life Web-based Education Programs. Journal of Cancer Education: (suppl 20); 3: Fall 2005 ISN 0885-8195; p. 35.


    5. Christopher, Suzanne; Burhansstipanov L, Knows His Gun-McCormick, Alma. "Chapter 6. Using a CBPR Approach to Develop an Interviewer Training with Members of the Apsáalooke Nation" In Methods in Community-based Participatory Research for Health. Barbara A. Israel, Eugenia Eng, Amy J. Schulz and Edith A. Parker [eds.] San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, John Wiley and Sons. 2005, pp. 128-145.


    6. Roubidoux, Marilyn A MD; Hilmes, Melissa MD; Abate, Sarah BS; Burhansstipanov, Linda DrPH CHES [S]; Trapp, Mary Alice RN [P], Development of Computer Games to Teach Breast Cancer Screening to Native American Patients and Their Healthcare Providers. Journal of Women's Imaging. 7(2):77-86, June 2005.


    7. Satter DE, Veiga-Ermert A, Burhansstipanov L, Pena L, Restivo Terrie. Communicating Respectfully with American Indian and Alaska Natives: Lessons from the California Health Interview Survey: J Cancer Education: 2005:20:1:49-51.

    8. Dignan MB, Burhansstipanov L, Bemis L. Genetic Education for Native Americans - Evaluation Methodology and Results. Genetics: February 2005: 169: 317-521.


    9. Burhansstipanov L, Krebs LU, Grass R, Wanlis E., Saslow D,. "A Review of Findings and Recommendations related to American Indian Breast Cancer and Screening".Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 71-79.


    10. Petereit DG, Rogers D, Burhansstipanov L, Kaur JS, Govern F, Howard SP, Osburn CH, C. Coleman N, Fowler JF, Chappell R, Mehta MP. Walking Forward: The South Dakota Native American Project. Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 65-70.


    11. Burhansstipanov, L. Editorial / Introduction to the Supplement. Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 1


    12. Burhansstipanov L. Community-driven Native American Cancer Survivors’ Quality of Life Research Priorities; Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 7-11.


    13. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis L, Kaur JS, Bemis G. Sample genetic policy language for research conducted with Native Communities. Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 52-57.


    14. Satter DE, Seals BF, Chia YJ, Gatchell M, Burhansstipanov L, Tsai L. American Indian and Alaska Natives in California: Women's Cancer Screening and Results.Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 58-64.


    15. Gamito E, Burhansstipanov L, Krebs LU, Bemis L, Bradley A. Data Collection Using An Audience Response System.Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 80-86.


    16. Weiner D, Burhansstipanov L, Krebs LU, Restivo TS. From survivorship to thrivership: Native peoples weaving a healthy life with cancer. Journal of Cancer Education :2005: 20: (Suppl.): 28-32.


    17. Petereit DG, Rogers D, Govern F, Coleman N, Osborn CH, Howard SP, Kaur JS, Burhansstipanov L, Fowler FJ, Chappell R, Mehta MP. Increasing Access to CCT & Emerging Technologies for Minority Populations: The Native American Project. Journal of Clinical Oncology: 2004: 22: 22 pp. 4452-4455.


    18. Orians CE, Erb J, Kenyon KL, Lantz PM, Liebow EB, Joe JR, Burhansstipanov L. Public Education Strategies for Delivering Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations. Journal of Public Health Management Practice, 2004:10(1): 46-53.


    19. Lantz PM. Orians CE. Liebow E. Joe JR. Burhansstipanov L. Erb J. Kenyon K. Implementing women's cancer screening programs in American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Health Care for Women International. 24(8):674-96, 2003 Sep-Oct.


    20. Burhansstipanov L, Krebs LU, Bradley A, Gamito E Osborne K, Kaur JS . Lessons Learned while Developing "Clinical Trials Education for Native Americans" Curriculum. Cancer Control. September / October 2003: vol 10, No 5. 29-36.


    21. Burhansstipanov L, Gilbert A, LaMarca K, Krebs LU. An innovative path to improving cancer care in Indian Country. Public Health Reports. 2002: 116: 5: 424-433.


    22. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB. Native American Recommendations for Genetic Research to Be Culturally Respectful. Jurimetrics: 2002:42:2: 149-57.


    23. Burhansstipanov L. Chapter 10: Cancer: A Growing Problem. eds. Mim Dixon and Yvette Roubideaux. Promises to Keep. Washington, D.C., American Public Health Association, 2001.


    24. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB. Native American Cancer Education: Genetic and Cultural Issues. Journal of Cancer Education. 2001: 16: 142-145.


    25. Burhansstipanov L and Hollow W. Native American Cultural Aspects of Nursing Oncology Care. Seminars in Oncology Nursing: 2001: 17: 3: 206-219.


    26. Burhansstipanov L, Bemis LT, Dignan MB, Dukepoo F. Genetics Education: Development of Genetic Education Curriculum for Native American College and University Students. Genetics: 2001: 158: 941-948.


    27. Romero F, Bemis LT, Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB. Genetic Research and Native American Cultural Issues. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering: 2001: 7: 97-106.


    28. Levy-Storms L, Wallace ST, Goldfarb F, Burhansstipanov L. The Community as Classroom: a health communication program among older Samoan and American Indian women. Chapter 11 in Health Communication: A Multicultural Perspective. eds. Kar, SB, Alcalay R, Alex S. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 2001. pp.251-280.


    29. Burhansstipanov L and Olsen S. Chapter 1. Cancer Prevention and Early Detection in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations. Cancer Prevention in Diverse Populations: Cultural Implications for the Multi-disciplinary Team. Eds. Marilyn Frank-Stromborg and Sharon J. Olsen. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA. 2001.


    30. Burhansstipanov L. "Cross Cultural Communication, Competence." Encyclopedia for Public Health. New York: Macmillan Press, 2001.


    31. Burhansstipanov L and Satter D. OMB Racial Categories and Implications for American Indians and Alaska Natives. American Journal of Public Health. 2000:90: 11: 1720-1723.


    32. Frisch LL, Allen GD, Padonu G, Dontje KJ, Burhansstipanov L. Social Influences on Pap Smear Screening Freq. AK Medicine: 2000:42:2: 41-47.


    33. Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB, Bad Wound D, Tenney M, Vigil G. Native American Recruitment into Breast Cancer Screening: The NAWWA Project. J Cancer Educ. 2000;15:29-33.


    34. Burhansstipanov L. Urban Native American Health Issues. Cancer 2000;88: 987-93.


    35. Burhansstipanov L, Dignan MB, Bad Wound D, Tenney M, Vigil G. Native American Recruitment into Breast Cancer Screening: The NAWWA Project. J Cancer Educ. 2000;15:29-33.


    36. Becker TM, Joe JR, Cobb N, Burhansstipanov L, Pedersen CD. Training for Cancer Control Research: A Curriculum for Native Researchers. J Cancer Educ: 1999:14:233-237.


    37. Burhansstipanov L. Developing Culturally Competent Community-Based Interventions. Chapter included in Weiner D (eds.) Cancer Research Interventions among the Medically Underserved. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 1999. pp. 167-183.


    38. Burhansstipanov L, Hampton JW, Wiggins C. Issues in Cancer Data and Surveillance for American Indian and Alaska Native Populations Journal of Registry Management. 1999:29:4:153-157.


    39. Burhansstipanov L. Native American Community-Based Cancer Projects: Theory versus Reality. Cancer Control: Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center. November/December 1999:6:6:620-626.


    40. Becker TM, Joe JR, Cobb N, Burhansstipanov L, Pedersen CD. Training for Cancer Control Research: A Curriculum for Native Researchers. J Cancer Educ: 1999:14:233-237.


    41. Burhansstipanov L, Hampton JW, Tenney MT. American Indian and Alaska Native Cancer Data Issues.American Indian Culture and Research Journal : 1999:23:3:217-241.


    42. Burhansstipanov L, Lovato MP, Krebs LV. Native American Cancer Survivors. Health Care for Women International; 1999:20:505-515.


    43. Burhansstipanov L, Dukepoo F, Bemis L. Genetic Education for Native Americans. SACNAS News, October, 1999 issue,


    44. Burhansstipanov L. Lessons Learned from Native American Cancer Prevention, Control and Supportive Care Projects. Asian American and Pacific Islander Journal of Health. Summer-Autumn 1998: vol. 6. No. 2. pp. 91-99.


    45. Burhansstipanov L. Editorial of Cancer Mortality among Native Americans. Cancer; 1998: 83:11:2247 (December 1998).


    46. Burhansstipanov L. and Rowell R. Chapter 2: Chapter 2: Statistical Challenges Experienced by NNAAPC SPNS Projects. Burhansstipanov eds. Native Americans and HIV. Health Resources and Service Administration, Rockville, MD. November 1998.


    47. Burhansstipanov L. eds. Native Americans and HIV. Health Resources and Service Administration, Rockville, MD. November 1998.


    48. Burhansstipanov L, Native American Cancer Programs: Recommendations for Increased Support. Cancer Supplement. October 15, 1998. Vol. 83. Number 8.


    49. Burhansstipanov L, Bad Wound D, Capelouto N, Goldfarb F, Harjo L, Hatathlie L, Vigil G, and White M. Native Sister Culturally Relevant "Navigator Patient-Support: The Native Sisters." Cancer Practice. May/June 1998, Vol. 6, no. 3, 191-194.


    50. Burhansstipanov L. and S. Morris. Breast Cancer Screening Among American Indians and Alaska Natives. Federal Practitioner: for the Health Care Professions of the Va, DoD, and PHS. January 1998. [CME Credits].


    51. Burhansstipanov L. Cancer Among Elder Native Americans. University of Colorado National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. 1997.


    52. Burhansstipanov L, LaFavor C, Hoskins S, Bellymule G, Rowell R. Chapter 20: Native Women Living Beyond HIV/AIDS Infection. The Gender Politics of HIV/AIDS in Women. Eds. Nancy Goldstein and Jennifer L. Manlowe. New York University Press. 1997.


    53. Horm J, DeVesa SS, and Burhansstipanov L. Cancer Incidence, Survival and Mortality among Racial and Ethnic Groups in the United States. Chapter in Schottenfeld and Fraumeni, Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company. 1997.


    54. Burhansstipanov L. Overcoming Psycho-social Barriers to Native American Cancer Screening research. Eds. National Cancer Advisory Board. Conference Summary: Recruitment and Retention of Minority Participants in Clinical Cancer Research. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH Pub. No. 96-4182), November 1996, pp. 40-42.


    55. Burhansstipanov L. Overcoming Psycho-social Barriers to Native American Cancer Screening research. Eds. National Cancer Advisory Board. Conference Transcripts: Recruitment and Retention of Minority Participants in Clinical Cancer Research. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health (NIH Pub. No. 96-4182), November 1996, pp. 109-127.


    56. Burhansstipanov L, Tenney M and Dresser CM. Chapter 20: American Indian Women. Women's Health Across the Lifespan: A Comprehensive Perspective. Eds. Karen Moses Allen and Janice Mitchell Phillips. J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, PA, 1996.


    57. Burhansstipanov L, Tenney M, Russell S, Bad Wound D, Plomer K. Overview of the Native American Cancer Conference III: Risk Factors, Outreach and Intervention Strategies. Cancer Supplement:78:7:October 1996.


    58. Mahoney MC, Michalek AM, Wiggins CL, Tenney M, Bad Wound D, Burhansstipanov L. Native American Cancer Conference III: Cognitive Correlates and Impressions of Attendees. Cancer Supplement:78:7:October 1996.


    59. Michalek AM, Mahoney MC, Tome D, Tenney M, Burhansstipanov L. Tribal-based Cancer Control Activities: Services and Perceptions. Cancer Supplement:78:7:October 1996.


    60. Michalek AM, Mahoney MC, Burhansstipanov L, Tenney M, Cobb N. Urban-based Native American Cancer Control Activities: Services and Perceptions. Journal of Cancer Education: 1996; 11(3).


    61. Michalek A, Mahoney M, Tome D, Burhansstipanov L, Tenney M. Tribal-based Cancer Control Activities: Services and Perceptions. Alaska Medicine:1996:38 (2): 60-65


    62. Burhansstipanov L. Native American Data Limitations and Home Care. Alaska Medicine. Oct/Nov/Dec 1995:37:4:133-138.


    63. Hall R, Lichtenstein E, Burhansstipanov L, Davis S, Hodge F, Schinke S, Singer B, Fredericks L, Glasgow R. Tobacco Use Policies and Practices in Diverse Indian Settings. American Indian Culture and Research Journal:95:19:3.


    64. Marin F, Burhansstipanov L, Connell CM, Gielen A, Helitzer-Allen D, Lorig K, Morisky DE, Tenney MK, and Thomas S. Research Agenda for Health Education among Underserved Populations. Health Education Quarterly. Volume 22, Number 3, August 1995.


    65. Burhansstipanov L. "Foreword". Women of Color: A Cultural Diversity Health Perspective. edited by Diane L. Adams. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. 1995.


    66. Burhansstipanov L and Tenney M. Native American Public Health Issues. Current Issues in Public Health. Volume 1, Number 1. February 1995.


    67. Burhansstipanov L. Cancer Research Among Native American Peoples. Nursing Research and Underserved Populations: Proceedings of the Third National Conference on Cancer Nursing Research. Atlanta, GA. American Cancer Society Pub. No. 94-25M-No. 3072. 1994 pages 27-38.


    68. Burhansstipanov L and Tenney M. American Indian Alaska Native Cancer Resources. Cancer Practices November/December 1994.


    69. Collaborator with Jane Zanca on article, The Challenge of Multi-Culturallity, or, How Do you say 'Cancer Care' in American. Cancer News. American Cancer Society, Volume 48, Number 1, Spring 1994.


    70. Collaborated on summary article with Catherine Needham. Cultural Differences Shape Cancer Care. Journal of National Cancer Institute. Volume 86, Number 4, February 16, 1994, pp. 261-262.


    71. Burhansstipanov L. National Cancer Institute's Native American Cancer Research Projects. Alaska Medicine. Volume 35, No. 4. 1994. Pages 248-254.


    72. Burhansstipanov L and Barry KC. Cancer Education Resources for American Indians and Alaska Natives. National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, MD. NIH Pub. No. 9403706. January 1994.


    73. Burhansstipanov, L and Dresser CM. Native American Monograph #1: Documentation of the Cancer Research Needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives. National Cancer Institute. NIH Pub. No. 93-3603, 1993.


    74. Horm JW and Burhansstipanov L. Cancer incidence, survival, and mortality among American Indians and Alaska Natives. American Indian Culture and Research Journal. UCLA American Indian Studies Center, Los Angeles, CA 1992:16:3. Editor/Coordinator. Interim Report: Research Focusing on Women. NCI, DCPC, CCSP. September 1992.


    75. Burhansstipanov, L. Portis, M. Promoting and Protecting Students' Health at School. Edina, Minneapolis: Burgess International Group, Inc., 1991.


    76. Burhansstipanov, L. Editor, American Indian Alaska Native Caucus Newsletter. American Public Health Association (Printed three times each year). 1989-present.


    77. Portis, M., Burhansstipanov, L. Managing Teacher Stress. Young Children. 1989


    78. Burhansstipanov, L., Giarratano, S., and Portis, M. Factors Affecting University Students' Learning. Association of State College and University Professors. Spring 1989.


    79. Burhansstipanov, L. SOPHE School Health SIG Newsletter, developed and distributed first newsletter from any SIG within SOPHE, Published every four months 1988-89.


    80. Giarratano, S., Burhansstipanov, L. Creating Community Resource Pamphlets. Journal of School Health. Volume 58, no. 10, December 1988.


    81. Burhansstipanov, L., Giarratano, S. Portis, M. Dietary Guidelines for Children. Thrust for Educational Leadership. Volume 18, no. 1, September 1988.


    82. Burhansstipanov, L. Implementing California Senate Bill 813: University Faculty Participation in Public School classrooms. Action in Teacher Education. Volume X, No. 1, Spring 1988.


    83. Burhansstipanov, L. An Inside Track to Time Management. Camping Magazine. volume 60, no. 4, March 1988.


    84. Major consultant and editor of Hartman, T. The Color Code. Book on personality, character development, and relationships. 1987.


    85. Burhansstipanov, L., Giarratano, S. "Letter to the Editor," Journal of School Health. April 1986.


    86. Peterson-Portis, M., Burhansstipanov, L. What Teachers Should Know about Student Health Problems. Edina, Minneapolis: Burgess International Group, Inc., 1986.


    87. Burhansstipanov, L., Peterson, M. Educational Considerations of Health Problems. Edina, Minneapolis: Burgess International Group, Inc., 1985.


    88. Burhansstipanov, L., Giarratano, S., Koser, K. Prevention of Genetic and Birth Disorders: A Six Day Teaching Plan. Sacramento, California: State Department of Education, 1985.


    89. Co-authored major revision of Genetic Conditions. Sacramento, California: State Department of Education, 1982-1984.


    90. Burhansstipanov, L., Koser, K. Egg Babies: A Simulation on Parenting. Health Education, June 1982.

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    1. Burhans, L. Are Your Students Abused Children? California Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal. April, 1977.

    2. Burhans, L. Health. California Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal, February, 1977.

    3. Burhans, L. Steroid Use by Athletes. California Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal. December, 1976.

    4. Burhans, L. Governor Brown: Did You do your Homework? California Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Journal. October, 1976.

    5. Burhans, L. Venereal Disease Education in California. Primary author to California State Department of Education, Sacramento, 1976.

    6. Burhans, L. California Requirements in Health Education for all Prospective Teachers, California Association for Health Physical Education and Recreation Journal. March, 1976.

    7. Burhans, L. A Health Knowledge Test for Prospective School Health Educators. (copyrighted dissertation). University of California, Los Angeles, 1974.

    8. Burhans, L. An Appraisal of Health Interests of Selected College and University Students), (copyrighted thesis) University of California, Los Angeles, 1972.


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