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Brian W. Jack, MD

TitleProfessor
InstitutionBoston University School of Medicine
DepartmentFamily Medicine
Address771 Albany St
Boston MA 02118
Phone(617) 414-4465
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-6497-2437
Other Positions
TitleChair of Family Medicine
InstitutionBoston University School of Medicine
DepartmentFamily Medicine

TitleActive Staff Privileges
InstitutionBoston Medical Center
DepartmentFamily Medicine

 Research Expertise & Professional Interests
Brian Jack, MD, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Family Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center. Dr. Jack graduated from the University of Massachusetts Medical School and completed his residency training at the Brown University. He completed a fellowship at the University of Washington. Dr. Jack came to BU and Boston Medical Center in 1997 as the founding Vice Chair of the Department of Family Medicine. He has authored over 100 peer-reviewed articles or book chapters, reviewed papers for major medical journals, served on NICHHD, HRSA and AHRQ grant review panels. He is currently PI on grants from HRSA, NHLBI, PCORI, AHRQ, Kellogg Foundation and NIMHD.

His research team has developed the "ReEngineered Discharge" (Project RED), adapted by the National Quality Forum as a national "Safe Practice". RED is being used in all states and in over 10 countries. He completed projects with AHRQ funding including “Reengineering the Hospital Discharge for Patient Safety” which provided an in-depth analysis of the hospital discharge process. RED was then tested in Testing the Re-Engineered Hospital Discharge a RCT funded by AHRQ in the “Partners in Patient Safety” grants. Dissemination and implementation of RED was explored in an Action RFTO entitled Avoiding Readmissions in Hospitals Serving Diverse patients. Building on a RO1 from NHLBI with colleague Tim Bickmore of Northeastern University, he developed a health IT system to deliver RED at the bedside (the “Louise” system). Dr. Jack completed an AHRQ funded project entitled “Virtual Patient Advocates to Reduce Ambulatory Drug Events” that adapted Louise to be used by patients online when they went home from the hospital designed to monitor medication adverse events related to the transition from the hospital to the ambulatory environment. He recently completed a project to design a tool kit describing the RED process and studied the barriers to RED implementation. New projects include a RCT of a mental health intervention to reduce rehospitalizations for those with depressive symptoms (AHRQ, Blue Cross/Blue Shield Foundation) and an exploration of the causes of readmission from the patient perspective that focuses on mental health and the social determinants of care (PCORI).
Dr. Jack received the 2008 CDC "Partner in Public Health Improvement” award for his work as leader of the CDC’s Select Panel on the Content of Preconception Care. He has completed work to design a preconception HIT system (Gabby) to assist in the provision of this care (AHRQ, HRSA MCHB, Kellogg) and is beginning a RCT to study its impact (NIMHD).

He received the 2013 Peter F. Drucker Award for Non-Profit Innovation, the “Patient Care Award for Excellence in Patent Education Innovation” award, the AHRQ “Patient Safety Investigator” award, and the “Best Research Paper of the Year” award of the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. He was selected to HealthLeaders magazines annual "People Who Make Healthcare Better" list and one of Boston’s “Best Doctors” in each of 2010-2014. His Annals of Internal Medicine article describing RED is listed in the book "50 Studies Every Physician Should Know". In 2013 he was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Science.

Dr. Jack has also been active in the worldwide development of family medicine. He is Director of the Lesotho Boston Health Alliance, a Kellogg Foundation funded program that aims to improve the quality of district health services in Lesotho. He is a founding member of the AAFP's Center for International Initiatives. He spent a sabbatical year in Budapest, Hungary in 1995 where he received a special citation from the mayor of Budapest. He taught in Jordan and Pakistan and has worked on development of family medicine in Lesotho, Albania, Jordan, Romania, and Vietnam.

 Publications
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  1. Mitchell SE, Martin J, Holmes S, VanDeusen Lukas, Cancino R, Paasche-Orlow M, Brach C, Jack B. How Hospitals Re-Engineer their Discharge Processes to Reduce Readmission (Submitted). . Journal for Healthcare Quality. 2014.
  2. Gardiner P, Sadikova E, Filippelli A, White L, Jack B. Dietary supplement medical reconciliation in the inpatient setting. J Altern Complement Med. 2014 May; 20(5):A110.
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  3. Bickmore T, Ren J, Schulman D, Jack B. Supporting Longitudinal Change in Many Health Behaviors. CHI'14. 2014.
  4. Bickmore T. Vardoulakis L, Paasche-Orlow M, Jack B. Automated Promotion of Technology Acceptance by Clinicians Using Relational Agents. Conference Proceedings. Thirteenth International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. 2014.
  5. Cancino RS, Culpepper L, Sadikova E, Martin J, Jack BW, Mitchell SE. Dose-response relationship between depressive symptoms and hospital readmission. J Hosp Med. 2014 Jun; 9(6):358-64.
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  6. Berman J, Nkabane EL, Malope S, Machai S, Jack B, Bicknell W. Developing a hospital quality improvement initiative in Lesotho. Int J Health Care Qual Assur. 2014; 27(1):15-24.
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  7. Ren J, Bickmore T, Hempstead M, Jack B. What health risk topics are women willing to discuss with a virtual agent? Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, Boston MA. 2014.
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  8. Zhou S, Bickmore T, Jack B. Agent-User Concordance and Satisfaction with a Virtual Hospital Discharge Nurse. Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents. Boston, MA. 2014.
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  9. Mitchell SE, Gardiner PM, Sadikova E, Martin JM, Jack BW, Hibbard JH, Paasche-Orlow MK. Patient activation and 30-day post-discharge hospital utilization. J Gen Intern Med. 2014 Feb; 29(2):349-55.
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  10. Temel S, van Voorst SF, Jack BW, Denktas S, Steegers EA. Evidence-based preconceptional lifestyle interventions. Epidemiol Rev. 2014; 36(1):19-30.
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  11. Garg A, Jack B, Zuckerman B. Addressing the social determinants of health within the patient-centered medical home: lessons from pediatrics. JAMA. 2013 May 15; 309(19):2001-2.
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  12. Gardiner P, Jarrett K, Filippelli A, Pecci C, Mauch M, Jack B. Herb use, vitamin use, and diet in low-income, postpartum women. J Midwifery Womens Health. 2013 Mar-Apr; 58(2):150-7.
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  13. Gardiner P, Hempstead MB, Ring L, Bickmore T, Yinusa-Nyahkoon L, Tran H, Paasche-Orlow M, Damus K, Jack B. Reaching women through health information technology: the Gabby preconception care system. Am J Health Promot. 2013 Jan-Feb; 27(3 Suppl):eS11-20.
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  14. Gardiner P, Mitchell S, Filippelli AC, Sadikova E, White LF, Paasche-Orlow MK, Jack BW. Health literacy and complementary and alternative medicine use among underserved inpatients in a safety net hospital. J Health Commun. 2013; 18 Suppl 1:290-7.
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  15. Dean S, Rudan I, Althabe F, Webb Girard A, Howson C, Jack B, et al. Setting Research Priorities for Preconception Care in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Aiming to Reduce Maternal and Child Mortality and Morbidity. PLoS Med. 2013; 10(9).
  16. T. Vian, N. McIntosh, A. Grabowski, B. Brooks, B. Jack and E. Limakatso . Endline study for Queen Mamohato Hospital Public Private Partnership (PPP)‘ Final Report , September, Centre for Global Health and Development, Boston University, Department of Family Medicine, Boston University and Lesotho Boston Health Alliance, Maseru. 2013.
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  17. Vian T, McIntosh N, Grabowski A, Brooks B, Jack B, Nkabane E. Endline study for Queen 'Mamohato hospital public-private partnership (PPP). Boston: Boston University and Lesotho-Boston Health Alliance. . Report Submitted to International Finance Corporation and the World Bank. 2013.
  18. Jack BW, Paasche-Orlow MK, Mitchell SM, Forsythe S, Martin JM, Brach C. An overview of the Re-Engineered Discharge (RED) Toolkit. (Prepared by Boston University under Contract No. HHSA290200600012i.) Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality;AHRQ Publication No. 12-0084. 2012.
  19. Woz S, Mitchell S, Hesko C, Paasche-Orlow M, Greenwald J, Chetty VK, O'Donnell J, Jack B. Gender as risk factor for 30 days post-discharge hospital utilisation: a secondary data analysis. BMJ Open. 2012; 2(2):e000428.
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  20. Walley AY, Paasche-Orlow M, Lee EC, Forsythe S, Chetty VK, Mitchell S, Jack BW. Acute care hospital utilization among medical inpatients discharged with a substance use disorder diagnosis. J Addict Med. 2012 Mar; 6(1):50-6.
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  21. Mitchell SE, Sadikova E, Jack BW, Paasche-Orlow MK. Health literacy and 30-day postdischarge hospital utilization. J Health Commun. 2012; 17 Suppl 3:325-38.
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  22. Chetty VK, Culpepper L, Phillips RL, Rankin J, Xierali I, Finnegan S, Jack B. FPs lower hospital readmission rates and costs. Am Fam Physician. 2011 May 1; 83(9):1054.
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  23. Jack B, Bickmore T. The ReEnginered Hospital Discharge Program to Decrease Hospitalizations. Case Management. 2011; 12-15.
  24. Mitchell SE, Paasche-Orlow MK, Forsythe SR, Chetty VK, O'Donnell JK, Greenwald JL, Culpepper L, Jack BW. Post-discharge hospital utilization among adult medical inpatients with depressive symptoms. J Hosp Med. 2010 Sep; 5(7):378-84.
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  25. Bickmore TW, Pfeifer LM, Byron D, Forsythe S, Henault LE, Jack BW, Silliman R, Paasche-Orlow MK. Usability of conversational agents by patients with inadequate health literacy: evidence from two clinical trials. J Health Commun. 2010; 15 Suppl 2:197-210.
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  26. Dunlop AL, Jack BW. Clarification of the recommended clinical content of preconception care for women with seizure disorders. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2010; 202(1):e18.
  27. Mitchell S, Jack B, et al. Post-discharge hospital utilization among adult medical inpatients with depressive symptoms. Journal of Hospital Medicine. 2010; 5:378-384.
  28. Mitchell S, Bickmore T, Paasche-Orlow M, Williams C, Forsythe S, Atrash H, Johnson K, Jack B. Increasing Access to Preconception Care Using Health Information Technology. Sociedad Iberoamericana de Informacion Cientifica (SIIC) - IXOS CDC. 2010.
  29. Bickmore T, Mitchell S, Pfeifer L, Paasche-Orlow M, Forsythe S, Jack B. Response to a relational agent by hospital patients with depressive symptoms . Interacting with Computers. 2010; NIHMS #169315.
  30. Dunlop AL, Jack BW. Clarification of the recommended clinical content of preconception care for women with seizure disorders. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2010 Jan; 202(1):e18.
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  31. Greenwald JL, Jack BW. Preventing the preventable: reducing rehospitalizations through coordinated, patient-centered discharge processes. Prof Case Manag. 2009 May-Jun; 14(3):135-40; quiz 141-2.
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  32. Jack BW, Chetty VK, Anthony D, Greenwald JL, Sanchez GM, Johnson AE, Forsythe SR, O'Donnell JK, Paasche-Orlow MK, Manasseh C, Martin S, Culpepper L. A reengineered hospital discharge program to decrease rehospitalization: a randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 2009 Feb 3; 150(3):178-87.
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  33. Bickmore T, Pfeifer L, Jack B. Taking the time to care: empowering low health literacy hospital patients with virtual nurse agents. Computers in Medicine. 2009.
  34. Gardiner P, Saper R, Culpepper L, Jack B. Use of non-vitamin dietary supplements by women of childbearing age in the US; an analysis of the national health interview survey. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 2009; 15(7):813-14.
  35. Bicknell W, Berman J, Babich L, Jack B. Queen Elizabeth II and the new PPP hospital: baseline study. A two volume report. Final report March 12, 2009: Boston University and the Lesotho-Boston Health Alliance. Report Submitted to International Finance Corporation and the World Bank. 2009.
  36. Jack BW, Atrash H, Coonrod DV, Moos MK, O'Donnell J, Johnson K. The clinical content of preconception care: an overview and preparation of this supplement. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S266-79.
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  37. Coonrod DV, Jack BW, Boggess KA, Long R, Conry JA, Cox SN, Cefalo R, Hunter KD, Pizzica A, Dunlop AL. The clinical content of preconception care: immunizations as part of preconception care. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S290-5.
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  38. McDiarmid MA, Gardiner PM, Jack BW. The clinical content of preconception care: environmental exposures. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S357-61.
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  39. Atrash H, Jack BW, Johnson K. Preconception care: a 2008 update. Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 20(6):581-9.
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  40. Floyd RL, Jack BW, Cefalo R, Atrash H, Mahoney J, Herron A, Husten C, Sokol RJ. The clinical content of preconception care: alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug exposures. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S333-9.
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  41. Stubblefield PG, Coonrod DV, Reddy UM, Sayegh R, Nicholson W, Rychlik DF, Jack BW. The clinical content of preconception care: reproductive history. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S373-83.
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  42. Solomon BD, Jack BW, Feero WG. The clinical content of preconception care: genetics and genomics. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S340-4.
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  43. Atrash H, Jack BW, Johnson K, Coonrod DV, Moos MK, Stubblefield PG, Cefalo R, Damus K, Reddy UM. Where is the "W"oman in MCH? Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S259-65.
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  44. Dunlop AL, Jack BW, Bottalico JN, Lu MC, James A, Shellhaas CS, Hallstrom LH, Solomon BD, Feero WG, Menard MK, Prasad MR. The clinical content of preconception care: women with chronic medical conditions. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S310-27.
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  45. Gardiner PM, Nelson L, Shellhaas CS, Dunlop AL, Long R, Andrist S, Jack BW. The clinical content of preconception care: nutrition and dietary supplements. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S345-56.
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  46. Moos MK, Dunlop AL, Jack BW, Nelson L, Coonrod DV, Long R, Boggess K, Gardiner PM. Healthier women, healthier reproductive outcomes: recommendations for the routine care of all women of reproductive age. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S280-9.
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  47. Coonrod DV, Jack BW, Stubblefield PG, Hollier LM, Boggess KA, Cefalo R, Cox SN, Dunlop AL, Hunter KD, Prasad MR, Lu MC, Conry JA, Gibbs RS, Hogan VK. The clinical content of preconception care: infectious diseases in preconception care. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S296-309.
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  48. Klerman LV, Jack BW, Coonrod DV, Lu MC, Fry-Johnson YW, Johnson K. The clinical content of preconception care: care of psychosocial stressors. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Dec; 199(6 Suppl 2):S362-6.
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  49. Jack BW, Atrash H, Bickmore T, Johnson K. The future of preconception care: a clinical perspective. Womens Health Issues. 2008 Nov-Dec; 18(6 Suppl):S19-25.
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  50. Babich LP, Bicknell WJ, Culpepper L, Jack BW. Social responsibility, international development, and institutional commitment: lessons from the Boston University experience. Acad Med. 2008 Feb; 83(2):143-7.
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  51. Paul R, Andrades M, Ambroen A, Qureshi R, Jack B, Etches D, Raglow G. . The change in trainee physicians’ knowledge and comfort levels with obstetric emergencies following ALSO training. Medicine Today. 2008; 6(2):165-168.
  52. Babich L, Bicknell W, Culpepper L, Jack B, Phooko MM, Smith B, Thahane TT. Institutional Commitment and HIV/AIDS: Lessons from the first three years of the Lesotho-Boston University Collaboration. Global Public Health: An International Journal for Research, Policy and Practice. 2008; 3(4):417.
  53. Atrash H, Jack BW, Johnson K, Coonrod DV, Moos M-K, Stubblefield P, Cefalo R, Damus K, Reddy U. Where is the “W”oman in MCH?. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008; 199(Suppl):S266-279.
  54. Jack BW, Atrash H, Coonrod DV, Moos M-K, O’Donnell JK, Johnson K. The clinical content of preconception care: an overview and preparation of this supplement. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008; 199(Suppl):S266-279.
  55. 44 Moos M-K, Dunlop AL, Jack BW, Nelson L, Coonrod DV, Long R, Boggess KA, Gardiner PP. Healthier women, healthier reproductive outcomes: recommendations for the routine care of all women of childbearing age. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008; 199(Suppl):280-289.
  56. Jack B, Greenwald J, Forsythe S, O'Donnell J, Johnson A, Schipelliti L, et. al. Developing the Tools to Administer a Comprehensive Hospital Discharge Program: The ReEngineered Discharge (RED) Program In, Henriksen K, Battles JB, Keyes MA, Grady ML, editors. Advances in patient safety: New directions and alternative approaches. Vol. 3. Performance and Tools. Performance and Tools. AHRQ Publication No. 08-0034-3. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 2008; 3.
  57. Jack B, Matete S, Mpothi M, Bicknell B. . . Cervical Cancer, An AIDS Defining Illness: Prevention & Early Treatment Strategies for Lesotho. Lesotho Medical Association Journal. 2008; 3(6):13-21.
  58. Jack B, Greenwald J, Forsythe S, O'Donnell J, Johnson A, Schipelliti L, et. al. Developing the Tools to Administer a Comprehensive Hospital Discharge Program: The ReEngineered Discharge (RED) Program In, Henriksen K, Battles JB, Keyes MA, Grady ML, editors. Advances in patient safety: New directions and alternative approaches.Vol 3. Performance and Tools. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Rockville, MD. 2008.
  59. Strunin L, Stone M, Jack B. Understanding rehospitalization risk: can hospital discharge be modified to reduce recurrent hospitalization? J Hosp Med. 2007 Sep; 2(5):297-304.
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  60. Kartha A, Anthony D, Manasseh CS, Greenwald JL, Chetty VK, Burgess JF, Culpepper L, Jack BW. Depression is a risk factor for rehospitalization in medical inpatients. Prim Care Companion J Clin Psychiatry. 2007; 9(4):256-62.
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  61. Dunlop AL, Jack B, Frey K. National recommendations for preconception care: the essential role of the family physician. J Am Board Fam Med. 2007 Jan-Feb; 20(1):81-4.
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  62. Greenwald JL, Denham C, Jack BW. The hospital discharge: a care transition with a high potential for errors. The Journal of Patient Safety. 2007; 3:97-106.
  63. Jack B, Phooki MW. Developing a Family Medicine Residency Programme in Lesotho: Training Physicians for the Future – The Time Has Come. Lesotho Medical Association Journal. 2007; (5):6.
  64. Jack B. Preconception Care: Improving Birth Outcomes through Care Before Pregnancy. Best Practices for Behavioral Management of Chronic Disease. Institute for Disease management. Menlo Park, CA. 2007.
  65. Fowler JR, Jack BW. Preconception care. In, Radcliffe SD (Ed). Family Medicine Obstetrics. Elsevier Science. Philadelphia, PA. 2007.
  66. Heffron W, Jack B, Rumbullaku L. AAFP Works to Improve Primary Health Care in Albania. WONCA News. 2006; 32(1).
  67. Odell CD, Kotelchuck M, Chetty VK, Fowler J, Stubblefield PG, Orejuela M, Jack BW. Maternal hypertension as a risk factor for low birth weight infants: comparison of Haitian and African-American women. Matern Child Health J. 2006 Jan; 10(1):39-46.
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  68. Anthony D, Chetty VK, Kartha A, McKenna K, Rizzo DePaoli M, Jack B. Patient Safety at Time of Discharge – An Example of a Multifaceted Process Evaluation. In: Henriksen K, Battles JB, Marks ES, Lewin DI, editors. Advances in patient safety: from research to implementation. Concepts and methodology . AHRQ Publication No. 05-0021-2 Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. 2005; 2.
  69. Fowler JR, Jack B. Recruitment, Retention and Promotion of Minority Faculty: A Proxy for Health Outcomes in Minority Populations. In, Annett C, Cuenca M (Eds). Critical Condition: The Status of Minority Faculty and Students in the Health Professions. The Civil Society Group. Lawrence, KA. 2005.
  70. Paul R, Andrades M, Ambroen A, Qureshi R, Jack B, Etches D, Raglow G. Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) Courses in the Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan. Medicine Today. 2004.
  71. Cohen D, Guirguis-Blake J, Jack B, Chetty VK, Phillips RL, Green LA, Fryer GE. Family physicians are an important source of newborn care: the case of the state of Maine. Am Fam Physician. 2003 Aug 15; 68(4):593.
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  72. Cohen D, Guirguis-Blake J, Jack B, Chetty VK, Green LA, Fryer GE, Phillips RL. Family physicians make a substantial contribution to maternity care: the case of the state of Maine. Am Fam Physician. 2003 Aug 1; 68(3):405.
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  73. Fowler JR, Jack BW. Preconception care in developing countries. Medical Care. Aga Khan University Press, Karachi Pakistan. 2003.
  74. Jack BW. AAFP Holds International Family Practice Consultation Workshop. WONCA News. 2003; (29):24-5.
  75. 108 Fowler JR, Jack B. Treading the Unknowns of Academic Advancement as a Minority Faculty in a New Department. Minority Faculty in Health Professions. Health Resources and Services Administration. Washington, D.C. 2003.
  76. Cummings MA, Patel MA, Carrey T, Jack B, Stryder D. Innovating Primary Care Delivery in Romania: Group Practice Development and Clinical Practice Enhancement. Prepared for USAID in Romania under Interagency Agreement ENI-P-00-980-00009-00 between USAID and US Department of Health and Human Services. Department of Health and Human Service and USAID publication. 2002.
  77. Fowler JR, Jack BW. Family Medicine: Principles and Practice. Preconception care. In, Taylor RB (Ed). Springer-Verlag. New York, NY. 2002.
  78. Jack BW, Culpepper L, O’Grady G, Williams C, Chessare J. A Description of the Need for Reorientation of Services for the Medical Underserved People of Boston. In, Boelen C and Neufeld V (Ed.). Towards Unity for Health: Case Studies. World Health Organization (WHO). Geneva, Switzerland. 2001.
  79. Jack B. Organizing the Primary Care Team; Development of Family Practice in Romania, Use of Practice Guidelines. Family Practice Bulletin: Informative Pentru Medicci de Familie: Editorial Group of British Journal of Family Practice. 2000; 3:149-161.
  80. Jack B. Implementing Practice Guideline in Romania Family Practice. Bullentin. Informative Pentru Medicii de Familie Editorial Group of British Journal of Family Practice. 2000; 3:64-69.
  81. Mitchell R, Jack B, McQuade W. Mapping the cognitive environment of a residency: An exploratory study of a maternal and child health rotation. Teaching and learning in Medicine. 1999; 11:6-11.
  82. Jack BW, Culpepper L, Babcock J, Kogan MD, Weismiller D. Addressing preconception risks identified at the time of a negative pregnancy test. A randomized trial. J Fam Pract. 1998 Jul; 47(1):33-8.
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  83. Kogan MD, Alexander GR, Jack BW, Allen MC. The association between adequacy of prenatal care utilization and subsequent pediatric care utilization in the United States. Pediatrics. 1998 Jul; 102(1 Pt 1):25-30.
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  84. Kotelchuck M, Kogan MD, Alexander GR, Jack BW. The influence of site of care on the content of prenatal care for low-income women. Matern Child Health J. 1997 Mar; 1(1):25-34.
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  85. Fraboni A, Jack B. External cephalic version. American Academy of Family Practice Clinical Update. 1997; 216.
  86. Jack BW, Nagy Z, Varga Z. Health Care Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Family Medicine in Hungary. European Journal of General Practice. 1997; 3:152-8.
  87. Jack BW, Culpepper L. Preconception care. In, Taylor RB (Ed). Family Medicine: Principles and Practice. Springer-Verlag. New York, NY. 1997.
  88. Jack BW. Health Care Reform in Central and Eastern Europe: Family Medicine in Hungary. WHO Newsletter: Changing Medical Education and Medical Practice World Health Organization. 1997; (14):14-15 (INVITED ARTICLE).
  89. Culpepper L, Jack B. Prenatal visits--it's not the number, it's the content. Birth. 1996 Dec; 23(4):236-8.
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  90. Jack BW. Rendelö. Family Medicine in Hungary. 1996; ;7-9 (translated to Hungarian).
  91. Kogan MD, Alexander GR, Teitelbaum MA, Jack BW, Kotelchuck M, Pappas G. The effect of gaps in health insurance on continuity of a regular source of care among preschool-aged children in the United States. JAMA. 1995 Nov 8; 274(18):1429-35.
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  92. Jack B. Preconception care (or how all family physicians can 'do' OB) Am Fam Physician. 1995 Jun; 51(8):1807-8.
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  93. Jack BW, Campanile C, McQuade W, Kogan MD. The negative pregnancy test. An opportunity for preconception care. Arch Fam Med. 1995 Apr; 4(4):340-5.
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  94. Jack BW. Preconception care (or how all family physicians "do" OB). American Family Physician. 1995; 51:1807-8 (invited editorial).
  95. Kogan MD, Alexander GR, Kotelchuck M, Nagey DA, Jack BW. Comparing mothers' reports on the content of prenatal care received with recommended national guidelines for care. Public Health Rep. 1994 Sep-Oct; 109(5):637-46.
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  96. Culpepper L, Jack B. Psychosocial issues in pregnancy. Prim Care. 1993 Sep; 20(3):599-619.
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  97. Jack B, Culpepper L, Anandarajah G, Shea C. The teaching community health center. R I Med. 1993 Jun; 76(6):299-302.
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  98. Jack B, Culpepper L, Carlough M, Warner S. Family medicine obstetrics. R I Med. 1993 Jun; 76(6):285-9.
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  99. Gans K, Jack B, Lasater T, Lefebvre RC, McQuade W, Carleton RA. Changing physicians' attitudes, knowledge and self-efficacy regarding cholesterol screening and management. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 1993; 9:101-106.
  100. Jack BW, Culpepper L. Preconception care. In, Taylor RB (Ed). Family Medicine: Principles and Practice. Springer-Verlag. New York, NY. 1993.
  101. 116 Jack B, Early S. Rhode Island MCH Fellowship: Another type of teaching CHC. The Vanguard: A Community Health Care Primary Care Journal. 1992; (1):15-17.
  102. Long R, Jack B. Gestational diabetes mellitus. American Academy of Family Practice Clinical Update. 1992; 162.
  103. Culpepper L, Jack B, Hunt V, McGuire A, Mattis N. Perinatal care and learning disorders: a community view. R I Med J. 1991 Jun; 74(6):265-74.
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  104. Jack BW, Gans KM, McQuade W, Culpepper L, Lasswell A, Hume AL, Dowling PT, Carleton RA. A successful physician training program in cholesterol screening and management. Prev Med. 1991 May; 20(3):364-77.
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  105. Jack BW, Culpepper L. Preconception care. J Fam Pract. 1991 Mar; 32(3):306-15.
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  106. Culpepper L, Jack BW. Preconception care. In, Cherry SH, Merkatz IR (Eds). Complication of Pregnancy: Medical, Surgical, Gynecologic, Psychosocial and Perinatal. Williams & Wilkens. Baltimore. 1991.
  107. Hume AL, Jack BW, Levinson P. Severe hyponatremia: an association with lisinopril? DICP. 1990 Dec; 24(12):1169-72.
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  108. Jack BW, Lasswell AB, McQuade W, Culpepper L. A follow-up survey of family physicians' interest in and knowledge of nutrition. Acad Med. 1990 Nov; 65(11):710-2.
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  109. Jack BW, Davis S, Culpepper L, Hunt VR. Cocaine abuse in maternal-child health care. J Fam Pract. 1990 Nov; 31(5):477-8, 481-2, 485-8.
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  110. Jack BW, Culpepper L. Preconception care. Risk reduction and health promotion in preparation for pregnancy. JAMA. 1990 Sep 5; 264(9):1147-9.
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  111. Jack BW, Culpepper L. Prenatal care. J Am Board Fam Pract. 1990 Jul-Sep; 3(3):228-9.
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  112. Pacala JT, Jack BW. Ultrasound screening during pregnancy. J Fam Pract. 1990 Apr; 30(4):393-4.
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  113. Culpepper L, Jack B. Prevention of urinary tract infection complications during pregnancy. In, Merkatz IR, Thompson JE, Mullen PD, Goldenberg R. (Eds): New Perspectives on Prenatal Care. Elsevier Science Publishing CompanyNew York, NY. 1990; 425-444.
  114. Rosen MG, Culpepper L, Goldenberg RL, et al. Preconception Care. In, Caring for our Future: The Content of Prenatal Care. US Public Health Services, Department of Health and Human Services (background paper). 1989.
  115. Jack B, Culpepper L, McGuire A, Kostecki A, Pushee A, Tetrault C. Maternal Health. In, Anagnoustou A. (Ed.): A Guide to Health Care in Rhode Island, Providence, RI. Brown University Learning Community. 1989; 95-105.
  116. Jack BW, Empkie TM, Kates RB. Routine obstetric ultrasound. Am Fam Physician. 1987 May; 35(5):173-82.
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  117. McIntosh N, Grabowski A, Jack B, Limakatso Nkabane-Nkholongo, Vian T. Shedding light on public-private partnerships in practice: Clinical outcomes in Lesotho’s PPP hospital (Submitted).
  118. Gardiner P, Sadikova E, Suzanne Mitchell, Laura White L, Saper RM, Jack BW, Fredman L. Relaxation and Stress Management Technique Use Among Underserved Inpatients in a Safety Net Hospital (In Press).
  119. Gardiner P, Ekaterina Sadikova, MPH; Amanda C Filippelli, RN, MA, MPH; Suzanne Mitchell, MD, MS; Laura F White, PhD; Robert Saper, MD, MPH; Ted J Kaptchuk, OMD; Brian W Jack, MD; Lisa Fredman, PhD. Stress Management and Relaxation Techniques Use among Underserved Inpatients in an Inner City Hospital (Submitted). Complementary Therapies in Medicine.
  120. K Jarrett, C Pecci, A Filippelli, M Manchu, B Jack, P Gardiner. Herb use among low income women at an urban tertiary care center and their communications with prenatal care providers. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine DOI:10.1186/1472-6882-12-S1-P319.
  121. Veerappa VK, Paasche-Orlow MK, O’Donnell JK, Forsythe SR, Greenwald JL, Morris C, Culpepper L, Jack BW. Finding a window of opportunity: Utilizing risk modeling of an RCT database to predict patient subsets who will achieve benefit from a hospital discharge intervention (Submitted).
  122. Cancino RS, Jack B. Family Physicians and Hospitalists in Improving Transitions of Care (invited commentary). Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.
  123. Paula Gardiner P, Sadikova E, Filippelli AC, White LF, Jack B. Medical Reconciliation of Dietary Supplements (Submitted). Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell. Patient Education and Counseling.
  124. Timothy W, Bickmore TW, Pfeifer LM, Jack BW, Paasche-Orlow MK. Automated promotion of technology: acceptance by clinicians using relational agents. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
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