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ADA

  • Grabois E., Nosek, M. A. (2001) The Americans with Disabilities Act and medical providers for women - Ten years after passage of the act. Policy Studies Journal. Vol. 29 (4): 682-9.
  • Grabois E. W., Nosek, M. A., Rossi D (1999) Accessibility of primary care physicians’ offices for people with disabilities. Archives of Family Medicine, 8, Jan/Feb, 44-51.
  • Matson, C. C., Holleman, W. L., Nosek, M. A., & Wilkinson, W. (1993). Impact of the Americans with Disabilities Act on family physicians. J Fam Practice, 36 (2) 201-6.
  • Matson, C. C., Holleman, W. L., Nosek, M. A., Wilkinson, W. (1993). The effect of the Americans with Disabilities Act on the delivery of medical services. Journal of the National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector, 8 (3), 115-20.
  • McMahon, B., Nosek, M. A. (Eds. ) (1993). Implications of the Americans with Disabilities Act for private rehabilitation professionals. Journal of the National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector, 8,(3).
  • Nosek, M. A. (1992). The American Disabilities Act of 190 - will it work? American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 46 (5), 466-7.

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Healthcare

  • Caban ME, Kuo YF, Mahnken JD, Nosek MA, Freeman JL. Mammography use may partially mediate disparities in tumor size at diagnosis in women with social security disabilities. Women Health. 2007;46(4):1-17.
  • Chevarley F, Thierry JM, Gill CJ, Ryerson AB, Nosek MA. Health, preventive health care, and health care access among women with disabilities in the 1994-1995 National Health Interview Survey. Women’s Health Issues. 2006;16(6):297-312.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (1998). Use of Cervical and Breast Cancer Screening Among Women with and Without Functional Limitations - United States, 1994-95. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 47(40), 853-856. Narrative by J Thierry, F Chevarley, MA Nosek, C Gill.
  • Holmes, S. A., Nosek, M. A. Grabois, E. (1998). Women, Disability and Sex. Advance for Physician Assistants. 6 (5). 46-50
  • Nosek, M. A. Howland, C. A. (1997). Breast and Cervical cancer screening among women with physical disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Supplement 5, 78 (12, Suppl. 5) S39-44.
  • Nosek, M. A., Young, M. E., Rintala, D. H., Howland, C. A., Foley, C. C., Bennett, J. L. (1995). Barriers to reproductive health maintenance among women with physical disabilities. Journal of Women's Health, 4, (5), 505-18.
  • Nosek, M. A., (1992). Primary care issues for women with physical disabilities. (Point of View) Journal of Women's Health, 1 (4), 245-8.

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Health Promotion

  • Hughes, R. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Pepper, A. C., Gabrielli, J., Lund, E. M., Legerski, J., & Schwartz, M. (submitted for publication). Development of a safety awareness group intervention for women with diverse disabilities.
  • Nosek MA, Simmons DK. People with disabilities as a health disparities population: The case of sexual and reproductive health disparities Californian Journal of Health Promotion 2007;5, Special Issue (Health Disparities & Social Justice), 68-81. PDF full text
  • Nosek MA. The Changing Face of Women with Disabilities: Are We Ready? Journal of Women’s Health and Gender-Based Medicine. 2006;15(9):996-9
  • Robinson-Whelen S, Hughes RB, Taylor HB, Colvard M, Mastel-Smith B, Nosek MA. Improving the health and health behaviors of women aging with physical disabilities: A peer-led health promotion program. Women's Health Issues 2006;16(6):334-45
  • Nosek MA, Hughes RB, Robinson-Whelen S, Taylor HB, Howland C. A. (2006) Physical activity and nutritional behaviors of women with physical disabilities: physical, psychological, social, and environmental influences. Women’s Health Issues. 2006;16(6):323-333.
  • Hughes, RB. (2006) Achieving Effective Health Promotion for Women With Disabilities. Family & Community Health 29(1)Supplement: Promoting Health in Persons With Chronic and Disabling Conditions, 44S - 51S. PDF full text
  • Nosek, M. A. (2005) Wellness in the context of disability. In J. Myers and T. Sweeney (Eds. ) Wellness in Counseling: Theory, Research, and Practice American Counseling Association.
  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B., Howland, C. A., Young, M. E., Mullen, P. D., Shelton, M. L. (2004) The meaning of health for women with physical disabilities: a qualitative analysis. Fam & Comm Health 27(1) 6-21. PDF full text
  • Hughes, R. B., Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Groff J., Mullen, P. D. (2003) Health Promotion Workshop for Women with Physical Disabilities: A Pilot Study. Rehabilitation Psychology 48(3), 182-188.
  • Caban ME, Nosek MA, Graves D, Esteva FJ, McNeese M. Breast carcinoma treatment received by women with disabilities compared with women without disabilities. Cancer. 2002 Mar 1;94(5):1391-6.
  • Nosek, M. A. (2000) Overcoming the Odds: The Health of Women with Physical Disabilities in the United States. The John Stanley Coulter Lecture. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 81 (2), February, 135-138. PDF full text
  • Nosek, M. A. Howland, C. A. (1999) The impact of disability on the health and health maintenance behaviors of women. In Grabois M., Garrison, S., Hart, K., and Lehmkuhl D., (Eds). Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: The Complete Approach. (pp. 1829-1843). Blackwell Science, Inc. Cambridge, MA.
  • Stineman, M. G., Maislin, G., Nosek, M. A., Fiedler, R. Granger, C. V. (1998)Comparing consumer and clinician values for alternative functional states: application of a new feature trade-off consensus building tool. : Application of a New Feature Trade-Off Consensus Building Tool. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 79 (12), 1522-9.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1997) (Coordinating Editor). Women with Disabilities and the Delivery of Empowerment Medicine, Special Issue on Health Issues of Women with Physical Disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Supplement 5, Vol. 78, No. 12, December 1997.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1996b) Wellness Among Women with Physical Disabilities. In D. M. Krotoski, M. A. Nosek, M. A. Turk (Eds). Women with Physical Disabilities. Achieving and Maintaining Health and Well-Being. (pp. 17-33). Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
  • Krotoski, D., Nosek, M. A., Turk, M. A. (Eds. ) (1996). Women with physical disabilities: Achieving and maintaining health and well being. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishers.
  • Nosek, M. A., Holmes, S. A. (1996). Ventilator users: Independent living and quality of life. In Bach, J. R., M. D., (Ed) Pulmonary Rehabilitation: The Obstructive and Paralytic/ Restrictive Syndromes. 445-456.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1996c). Wellness among women with physical disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 14 (3), 165-82.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Young, M. E., Georgiou, D., Rintala, D. H., Foley, C. C., Bennett, J. L., Smith, Q. (1994). Wellness models and sexuality among women with physical disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 25 (1), 50-8.

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Independent Living

  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B. (2003) Navigating the Road to Independent Living. In: Donald Atkinson (Editor): Counseling Diverse Populations 3rd Edition, McGraw Hill. pp. 172-193.
  • Parkin, E. F., and Nosek, M. A. (2002) Collectivism Versus Independence: Perceptions of independent living and independent living services by Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans with disabilities. Rehabilitation Education Vol. 14 (4) 375-394.
  • Swedlund, N. P., Nosek, M. A., (2000) An exploratory study on the work of independent living centers to address abuse of women with disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation, 66 (4) Nov/Dec 57-64.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1998). Independent living. In Parker, R. M. and Szymanski, E. M. (eds. ). Rehabilitation Counseling: Basics and Beyond, 3rd Edition (4) (pp. 107-141). Pro-Ed. Austin, TX.
  • Nosek, M. A., Krouskop, T. A. (1995). Demonstrating a model approach to independent living center-based assistive technology services. Assistive Technology, 7 (1), 48-54.
  • Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J., Potter, C. (1995). Life Satisfaction of People with Physical Disabilities: Relationships to Personal Assistance, Disability status, and handicap. Rehabilitation Psychology, 40 (3), 191-202.
  • Howland, C. A., Walden, E., Nosek, M. A. (1993). Independent living centers and private sector rehabilitationists: A dynamic partnership for implementing the ADA. Journal of the National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector, 8, (2) 75-81.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1993). A response to Kenneth R. Thomas' commentary: some observations on the use of the word "consumer". Journal of Rehabilitation, 59, 9-10.
  • Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J. (1992). Independence among people with disabilities: I. A heuristic model. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 36 (1), 6-20.
  • Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J, Howland, C. A. (1992). Independence among people with disabilities: II. The Personal Independence Profile. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 36 (1), 21-36.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1992). Independent living. In Parker, R. M. (ed. ). Rehabilitation Counseling: Basics and Beyond, 2nd Edition, (4) (pp. 103-133). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
  • Potter, C. G., Smith, Q. W., Quan, H., Nosek, M. A. (1992). Delivering independent living services in rural communities: Options and alternatives. Rural Special Ed. Quarterly 11 (1), 16-23.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A. (1992). The role of independent living centers in delivering rehabilitation services to rural communities. American Rehabilitation, 18 (1), 2-6.
  • Nosek, M. A., Davidson, K., Zhu, Y., Howland, C. A. (1992). Relationships between compliance with Federal standards for independent living centers and diversity and amount of funding. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 35, 190-9.
  • Nosek, M. A., Zhu, Y., Howland, C. A. (1992). The evolution of independent living programs. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 35, 174-89.
  • Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J., Hughes, S. O. (1991). Perceived counselor credibility by persons with physical disability: Influence of counselor disability status, professional status, and the counseling content. Rehabilitation Psychology, 36 (3), 153-61.
  • Smith, Q. W., Richards, L. K., Nosek, M. A., Gerken, L. (1991). Education and training needs of independent living center managers. Rehabilitation Education, 5 (2), 101-11.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1990). Independent Living: The new frontier (Jiritsu seikatsuwa: Atarashii kaitaku de aru). Japanese Journal of Welfare for the Disabled, 10 (6), 4 8.
  • Nosek, M. A., Roth, P., Zhu, Y. (1990). Independent living programs: The impact of program age, consumer control, and budget on program operation. Journal of Rehabilitation, 56 (4), 28-35.
  • Fuhrer, M. J., Rossi, D., Gerken, L., Nosek, M. A., Richards, L. (1990). Relationships between independent living centers and medical rehabilitation programs. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 71, 519-22.
  • Nosek M. A., Jones, S., Zhu, Y. (1989). Levels of compliance with federal requirements in independent living centers. Journal of Rehabilitation, 55 (2), 31-7.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1988). Independent living and rehabilitation counseling. In Rubin, S. E. & Rubin, N. M. (eds. ). Contemporary Challenges to the Rehabilitation Counseling Profession. NY: Paul H. Brookes.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1988). Issues in independent living: The dynamics of a social movement (Jiritsu Sekatsu-wo Meguru Shomondai: Aru Shakai). In Nakamura, Y., Itayama, K., Nitsugi, N. (eds. ) Toward Independent Living (Zoku Jiritsu Seikatsu Eno Michi). Tokyo Division of Publishing, Japanese National Council of Social Welfare (Zenkoku Shakai Fukushi Kyogikai Shuppanbu).
  • Nosek, M. A. (1987). Outcome analysis in independent living. In Fuhrer, M. (ed. ). Rehabilitation outcomes: Analysis and measurement. (pp. 71-83). NY: Paul H. Brookes.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1986). Independent living. In Parker, R. M. (ed. ). Rehabilitation Counseling: Basics and Beyond, 1st Edition, (3) (pp. 45-60). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1986). Community based services for independent living. In National Council on Disability. Toward independence: An assessment of Federal laws and programs affecting persons with disabilities -- with legislative recommendations: Appendices. (pp. 1-49) Washington, DC.

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Personal Assistance Services

  • Nosek, M. A., Foley, C. C. (1995). Personal assistance: A key to employability for persons with physical disabilities. Directions in Rehabilitation Counseling, 6 (5), 1-9.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A. (1993). Personal Assistance Services: The hub of the policy wheel for community integration of people with severe disabilities. Policies Studies Journal, 21 (4), 789-800.
  • Nosek, M. A., Fuhrer, M. J., Rintala, D. H., Hart, K. A., (1993). The use of personal assistance services by persons with spinal cord injury. J. of Disability Policy Studies, 4 (1), 89-103.
  • Nosek, M. A., (1993). Personal assistance services for persons with mental illness and mental retardation. Chiteki Shogaishya ya seishin shogaishyaeno personal assistance services. Current Study of Rehabilitation, 22 (4), 27-32.
  • Nosek, M. A., (1993a). The effect of personal assistance on the long term health of a rehabilitation population. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 74, 127-32.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1992). The personal assistance dilemma for people with disabilities living in rural areas. Rural Special Education Quarterly 11 (1), 36-40.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1991). Relationships between personal assistance and productivity among Japanese adults with severe physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin 35 (2), 105-18.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1991). Personal assistance services: A review of literature and analysis of policy implications. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 2 (2), 1-17.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1990). Personal assistance: Key to employability of persons with physical disabilities. Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling, 21 (4), 3-8.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1986). Attendant services. In National Council on Disability. Toward independence: An assessment of Federal laws and programs affecting persons with disabilities - with legislative recommendations: Appendices. (pp. 1-129). National Council on the Handicapped, Washington, DC.

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Psychological Health

  • Curry, M. A., Renker, P., Hughes, R. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Oschwald, M., Swank, P., and Powers, L. (2009). Development of measures of abuse among women with disabilities and the characteristics of their perpetrators. Violence Against Women, 15(9), 1001-25.
  • Powers, L., Renker, P., Robinson-Whelen, S., Oschwald, M., Hughes, R. B., Swank, P, & Curry, M. (2009). Interpersonal violence and women with disabilities: Analysis of safety promoting behaviors. Violence Against Women, 15(9), 1040-69.
  • Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Powers, L. E., Renker, P., Oschwald, M., Swank, P., and Curry, M. A. (submitted for publication). Efficacy of a computerized abuse and safety assessment intervention for women with disabilities.
  • Morgan RO, Byrne MM, Hughes RB, Petersen NJ, Taylor HB, Robinson-Whelen S, Hasche JC, Nosek MA. Do secondary conditions explain the relationship between depression and health care cost in women with physical disabilities? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2008;89:1880-6.
  • Nosek MA, Hughes RB, Robinson-Whelen S. The complex array of antecedents of depression in women with physical disabilities: Implications for clinicians. Disability and Rehabilitation. 2008;30(3):174-83.
  • Hughes RB, Nosek MA, Robinson-Whelen S. Correlates of depression in rural women with physical disabilities. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2007;36(1):105-14.
  • Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Taylor, H. B., Hall, J. W., & Rehm, L. P. (2007). Depression self-management program for rural women with physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Psychology, 52(3), 254-62.
  • Hughes RB, Robinson-Whelen S, Taylor HB, Hall JW. Stress self-management: an intervention for women with physical disabilities. Women's Health Issues 2006;16(6):389-99.
  • Nosek MA, Taylor HB, Hughes RB, Taylor P. (2006) Disability, psychosocial, and demographic characteristics of abused women with physical disabilities. Violence Against Women. 12: 838-50.
  • Hughes RB, Taylor HB, Robinson-Whelen S, Nosek MA. Stress and women with physical disabilities: Identifying psychosocial correlates. Womens Health Issues. 2005;15:14-20.
  • Hughes RB, Robinson-Whelen S, Taylor HB, Petersen N, Nosek MA. Characteristics of depressed and non-depressed women with physical disabilities. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2005;80:473-9.
  • Hughes RB, Taylor HB, Robinson-Whelen S, Swedlund N, Nosek MA. Enhancing self-esteem in women with physical disabilities. Rehabil Psychol. 2004;19(4):295-302.
  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B. (2003) Psychosocial issues of women with physical disabilities: The continuing gender debate. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 46(4), 224-33.
  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B., Swedlund, N., Swank, P., Walter, L. J. (2003) Self-esteem and women with disabilities. Social Science and Medicine 56: 1737-47.
  • Hughes, R. B., Swedlund, N., Petersen, N., Nosek, M. A. (2001) Depression and Women with Spinal Cord Injury. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 7(1) 16-24.
  • Nosek, M. A., Walter, L. A. (1998). Community integration of women with spinal cord injuries: An examination of psychological, social, vocational, and environmental factors. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Vol. 4 (2), 41-55.
  • Nosek, M. A., Parker, R., Larsen, S. (1987). Psychosocial independence and functional abilities: Their relationship in adults with severe musculoskeletal impairments. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 68, 840-5.

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Secondary Conditions

  • Nosek MA, Robinson-Whelen S, Hughes RB, Petersen NJ, Taylor HB, Byrne MM, Morgan R. Overweight and obesity in women with physical disabilities: Associations with demographic and disability characteristics and secondary conditions. Disability and Health Journal 2008;1(2):89-98.
  • Morgan, R. O., Byrne, M. M, Hughes, R. B. , Petersen, N., Taylor, H. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Hasche, J, & Nosek, M. A. (in press). Do Secondary Conditions Explain the Relation Between Depression and Health Care Cost in Women with Physical Disabilities? Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 2008.
  • Nosek MA, Hughes RB, Petersen N, Taylor HB, Robinson-Whelen S, Byrne M, & Morgan RO. Secondary Conditions in a Community Based Sample of Women with Physical Disabilities over a One-Year Period. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2006;87:320-7. PDF full text
  • Chevarley F, Thierry J, Gill C, Ryerson BA, Nosek MA. (in prep). Health and well-being for women with disabilities: Analysis of data from the 1994-1995 National Health Interview Survey on Disability.

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Sexuality, Reproductive Health

  • Walter, L. J., Nosek, M. A., Langdon, K. (2001) Understanding of Sexuality and Reproductive Health Among Women with and without Physical Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (3) 167-76.
  • Nosek, M. A. (2001) Introduction to the Special Issue: Research Update from the Center for Research on Women with Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 165-6.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Rintala, D. H., Young, M. E., Chanpong, G. F. (2001) National Study of Women with Physical Disabilities: Final Report. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 5-39.
  • Pendergrass, S. Nosek, M. A., Holcomb, J. D. (2001) Design and evaluation of an internet site to educate women with disabilities on reproductive health care. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (1) 71-83.
  • Welner, S., Nosek, M. A., Foley, C. C., Holmes, S. A. (1999) Practical considerations in the performance of physical examinations on women with physical limitations and disabilities. Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey, 54 (7) July, 457-62.
  • Nosek, M. A., Rintala, D. H., Young, M. E., Howland, C. A., Foley, C. C., Rossi, C. D., Chanpong, G. (1996). Sexual functioning among women with physical disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 77, (2), 107-115.
  • Howland, C. A., Nosek, M. A., (1993). Studying sexuality among women with physical disabilities. Women's Health Forum. (Newsletter) November p. 3.

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Social Issues

  • Schwartz CE, Andresen EM, Nosek MA, Krahn GL. Response Shift Theory: Important Implications for Measuring Quality of Life in People With Disability. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2007;88(4):529-36.
  • Nosek, M. A., Walter, L. A. (1998). Community integration of women with spinal cord injuries: An examination of psychological, social, vocational, and environmental factors. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Vol. 4 (2), 41-55.
  • Rintala, D. H., Howland, C. A., Nosek, M. A., Bennett. J. L., Young, M. E., Foley, C. C., Rossi, C. D., Chanpong, G. F. (1997). Dating issues for women with physical disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 15 (4), 219-242.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1995). Women and vocational rehabilitation. An urgent need for new directions. In Perlman and Hansen's (ed. ), Vocational Rehabilitation: Preparing for the 21st Century, A Report on the 18th Mary E. Switzer Memorial Seminar, Alexandria, VA, National Rehabilitation Association, 74-76.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1992). The political responses to long term disability. In Whiteneck, G. G. (ed). Aging with spinal cord injury. (pp. 263-274). New York: Demos Publications.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1992). Commentary. In Barton, L., Ballard, K., and Fulcher, G. (Ed). Disability and the necessity for a socio-political perspective, (pp. 43-44). I. E. E. I. R., W. R. F., and University of New Hampshire.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1991). The United Nations international decade of disabled persons: Some accomplishments in the United States of America. In Kojima, Y. (ed. ). National Information of the Social Progress Throughout the U N Decade of Disabled Persons. Tokyo The Japanese Society for Rehabilitation of the Disabled.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1991). Consumerism in the vocational rehabilitation system. Momentum Magazine.

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Spirituality

  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B. (2001) Psychospiritual aspects of sense of self in women with physical disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation, 67 (1) 20-5.
  • Nosek, M. A., (1995). The defining light of Vedanta: Personal reflections on spirituality and disability. Rehabilitation Education, 9 (2-3), 171-82.

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Violence

  • Robinson-Whelen S, Hughes, R. B, Powers LE, Oschwald M, Renker P, Swank PR, Curry MA (2010). Efficacy of a computerized abuse and safety assessment intervention for women with disabilities: a randomized controlled trial. Rehabil Psychol. 55(2):97-107.
  • Oschwald, M., Renker, P, Hughes, R. B., Arthur, A., Curry M. A., & Powers, L. (in press). Development of an accessible audio computer assisted self interview to screen for abuse and provide safety planning strategies for women with disabilities. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  • Nosek, M. A., Hughes, R. B., Taylor, H. B., Howland, C. A. (2004) Violence against women with disabilities: The role of physicians in filling the treatment gap. In: S. L. Welner and F. Haseltine (Eds. ) Welner's Guide to Care of Women with Disabilities. (pp. 333-45) Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia.
  • Nosek MA, Howland CA. Women with disabilities. In Liebschutz, J. M., Frayne, S. M., & Saxe, G. N. Violence against women: A physicians guide to identification and management. Philadelphia: American College of Physicians, 2003, 201-10.
  • McFarlane, J, Hughes, R. B., Nosek, M. A., Groff, J. Y, Swedlund, N., Mullen, P. D. (2001) Abuse assessment screen-disability (AAS-D): Measuring frequency, type, and perpetrator of abuse towards women with physical disabilities. Journal of Women's Health and Gender-Based Medicine 10 (9) 861-6.
  • Nosek, M. A., Foley, C. C., Hughes, R. B., Howland, C. A. (2001) Vulnerabilities for Abuse Among Women with Disabilities. Sexuality and Disability, 19 (3) 177-90.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Hughes, R. B. (2001) The investigation of abuse and women with disabilities: Going beyond assumptions. Violence Against Women, 7 (4) 477-99.
  • Swedlund, N. P., Nosek, M. A., (2000) An exploratory study on the work of independent living centers to address abuse of women with disabilities. Journal of Rehabilitation, 66 (4) Nov/Dec 57-64.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A. (1997) Sexual Abuse and People with Disabilities. In M. L. Sipski and C. J. Alexander (Eds). Sexual Function in People with Disability and Chronic Illness. A Health Professional's Guide. (pp. 577-94). Aspen Publishers, Inc. Gaithersburg MD.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1996) Sexual Abuse of Women with Physical Disabilities. In D. M. Krotoski, M. A. Nosek, and M. A. Turk (Eds). Women with Physical Disabilities. Achieving and Maintaining Health and Well-Being. (pp. 53-73). Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
  • Young, M. E., Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Chanpong, G., Rintala, D. H. (1997). Prevalence of abuse of women with physical disabilities. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Supplement 5 78 (12, Suppl. 5) S34-38.
  • Nosek, M. A., Howland, C. A., Young, M. E. (1997). Abuse of Women with Disabilities: Policy Implications. Journal of Disabilities Policy Studies, 8 (1-2) 157-76.
  • Nosek, M. A. (1995). Sexual abuse of women with physical disabilities. In Monga, T. N., (Ed. ), Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: State of the Art Reviews, Sexuality and Disability, (pp. 487-502). Hanley and Belfus Publishers, Philadelphia.

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