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  • Belinda Borelli, PhD

  • Belinda Borrelli, PhD, is a professor of psychiatry and human behavior at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University and is the director of the Program in Nicotine and Tobacco, Centers for Behavioral and Preventive Medicine at The Miriam Hospital. She is a clinical psychologist specializing in motivating behavior change and has over 75 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters. She has had numerous NIH grants (R01s) focusing on motivating smoking cessation among medical populations and on changes in risk perception during teachable moments. She is co-investigator on numerous grants on motivating behavior change across diverse areas (smoking cessation, second hand smoke reduction, medication adherence, asthma, sleep apnea, obesity and oral health) and populations (e.g., older adults, urban adolescents, Latinos, Native-Americans, smokers with mobility impairments).

    Borrelli has received several awards for her research and has given over 60 invited lectures at national and international meetings and events. She was formerly the associate editor of the most cited journal in psychology (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology), and is currently the associate editor of Health Psychology, and assistant editor of Addiction. She has served as a member of a scientific grant review committee at the National Institutes of Health. Borrelli served as co-chair of an NIH committee that was chartered to develop guidelines for treatment fidelity for health behavior change trials, which are viewed as supplementary to CONSORT and are published in major journals.

    Borrelli is a motivational interviewing trainer and has trained hundreds of physicians, nurses, medical residents, medical students and psychology interns in motivational interviewing techniques for health behavior change, both nationally and internationally.

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    Active Grants

    Motivating Adherence to CPAP in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    To test the effectiveness of a motivational interviewing intervention combined with feedback vs. education on increasing adherence to CPAP in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.

    Principal Investigators: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (Subcontract) & Mark Aloia, PhD (Project PI)
    Funding Agency: R01 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    Dates: 2007 - 2012

    MOTIVATING IMPROVED SELF-MANAGEMENT AMONG OLDER TEENS & ADULTS WITH CYSTIC FIBROSIS

    The aim of this grant is to assess the relative efficacy of a Motivational Interviewing adherence intervention (MI) vs. a CF education intervention (CFE) on adherence to the CF regimen and on morbidity among individuals with CF who are 16 years old or older.

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (Subcontract) & Kristin Riekert, PhD (Project PI)
    Funding Agency: R01 National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    Dates: 2007 - 2012

    School-Based Asthma Therapy: Stage 2 Effectiveness Study-Revised

    The aim of this study is to increase asthma medication adherence and reduce environmental tobacco smoke exposure in the home using Motivational Inteviewing..

    Principal Investigators: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (Subcontract) & Jill Halterman, MD (Project PI)
    Funding Agency: R01 National Institutes of Health, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    Dates: 2006 - 2010

    Sustaining Cessation in Parents Of Kids With Asthma

    A renewal of our prior NHLBI grant, "Motivating the Parents of Kids with Asthma to Quit Smoking," this study compared two nurse-delivered home-based smoking cessation interventions for low-income caregivers of children receiving asthma treatment: one that focused on augmenting risk perception through the provision of biomarker feedback (PAM), and one that focused on building self-efficacy using the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality guidelines (BAM). PAM achieved significantly greater quit rates than BAM at a 2 month follow-up, but both groups had high relapse rates by 6-months. The first aim of the current study utilized our previously demonstrated smoking cessation intervention (PAM) to examine the cognitive, affective, and behavioral processes hypothesized to underlie the teachable moment in smokers with kids who had a recent asthma exacerbation vs. smokers with healthy kids. The second aim attempts to sustain the excellent short-term quit rates we found in our first study by testing whether supplementing PAM with a telephone-based intervention improves and sustains quitting more than PAM plus contact control in the parents of kids with asthma. The telephone counseling is theory-based, targeting the constructs associated with quitting in our first study (perceived risk, precaution effectiveness, and self-efficacy). Our primary outcomes of interest are: point prevalence abstinence, Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) reduction, asthma morbidity, and health care utilization. We will also examine mediators and moderators.

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD
    Co-Investigators: Elizabeth McQuaid, PhD; Bruce Becker, MD; S. Katherine Hammond, PhD; Scott Novak, PhD
    Funding Agency: R01 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    Dates: 2005 - 2012

    Sustaining Cessation In Pregnant Smokers

    The primary aim of this project is to test whether a Sustained Telephone Counseling (STC) intervention can maintain post-partum abstinence from smoking cigarettes vs. standard care among women who quit at the start of their pregnancy.

    Principal Investigators: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (Subcontract) & Tom Lasater, PhD (Project PI)
    Co-Investigators: Scott Novak, PhD
    Funding Agency: R01 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
    Dates: 2005 - 2011

    Motivating Smokers with Mobility Impairments to Quit Smoking

    The aim of this project is to use community based participatory research to develop and produce a theory-based DVD for smoking cessation that is tailored for smokers with mobility impairments, and test the efficacy in a randomized clinical trial.

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD
    Co-Investigators: Beth Bock, PhD, Rosemary Hughes, PhD & Tom Lasater, PhD
    Funding Agency: R01 National Cancer Institute
    Dates: 2009 - 2015

    Prevention of Dental Caries Among Children in Low Income Housing in Boston

    To test the effectiveness of a Motivational Interviewing intervention to increase dental health and dental health behaviors vs. usual care in the children of low income public housing residents.

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (PI of Subcontract) & M. Henshaw, PhD (PI of Project)
    Funding Agency: U 54 National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research
    Dates: 2008 - 2015

    Motivating Smoking Cessation In A Low-Income Housing Population

    To test the effectiveness of a Motivational Interviewing intervention to motivate smoking cessation vs. usual care in low income public housing residents.

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (PI of Subcontract) & D. Brooks, PhD (PI of Project)
    Funding Agency: R01 National Cancer Institute
    Dates: 2009-2012

    Integrated Smoking Cessation and Mood Management for Cardiac Patients

    Principal Investigator: Andrew Busch, PhD
    Co-I and Primary Mentor: Belinda Borrelli, PhD
    Funding Agency: K23 National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute

    System-Based Tracking and Treatment For Emergency Patients Who Smoke: STTEPS

    Principal Investigator: Beth Bock, PhD
    Co-Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD
    Funding Agency: R01 National Cancer Institute

    Motivating Asthma Medication Adherence In Urban Pre & Early Teens

    Principal Investigator: Belinda Borrelli, PhD (PI of Subcontract) & C. Rand, PhD (PI of Project)
    Funding Agency: R01 National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute
    Dates: 2005-2011

    Participant recruitment: actively recruiting for: Current or former smokers who use an assistive device to walk (cane, scooter, braces). Contact Cdube1@lifespan.org or 401-793-8044.

    Publications List

    Electronic Publications

    1. Borrelli, B. (2006). Using Motivational Interviewing to Promote Patient Behavior Change and Enhance Health. MEDSCAPE CME course. Received Editor's Top Pick Award and 2006 "Most Read Article." http://www.medscape.com/viewprogram/5757

    Original Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

    (Legend: *= B. Borrelli served as mentor, JIF= Journal Impact Factor)

    1.  Borrelli, B., & Mermelstein, R. (1994). Goal setting and behavior change in a smoking cessation program. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 18(1), 69-83. JIF= 2.095

    2. Borrelli, B., Bock, B., King, T., Pinto, B, & Marcus, B. (1996). The impact of depression on smoking cessation in women. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 12(5), 378-387. JIF=4.585

    3. Borrelli, B., Niaura, R., Keuthan, N., Goldstein, M., DePue, J., Murphy, C., & Abrams, D. (1996). Development of Major Depressive Disorder during smoking cessation treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 57(11), 534-538. JIF=5.784

    4. Shadel, W., Mermelstein, R., & Borrelli, B. (1996). Self-concept changes over time in cognitive-behavioral treatment for smoking cessation. Addictive Behaviors, 21(5), 659- 663. JIF=2.277

    5. King, T. K., Borrelli, B., Black, C., Pinto, B.M., & Marcus, B.H. (1997) Minority Women and Tobacco: Implications for Interventions. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 19(3), 301-313. JIF=4.485

    6. Borrelli, B. & Mermelstein, R.M. (1998). The role of weight concern and self-efficacy in smoking cessation and weight gain among smokers in a clinic-based cessation program. Addictive Behaviors, 23 (5), 609-622. JIF=2.277

    7. Pinto, B.M., Borrelli, B., King, T.K., Bock, B.C., Clark, M.M., Robert, M., & Marcus, B (1999). Weight control smoking among sedentary women. Addictive Behaviors, 24 (1), 75-86. JIF=2.277

    8. Borrelli, B., Spring, B., Niaura, R., Kristeller, J., Ockene, J., & Keuthen, N. (1999). Weight suppression and weight rebound in ex-smokers treated with fluoxetine. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67(1), 124-131. JIF=6.071

    9. Bock, B., Marcus, B.H., King, T.K., Borrelli, B., & Roberts, M.R. (1999). Exercise effects on withdrawal and mood among women attempting smoking cessation. Addictive Behaviors, 24(3), 399-410. JIF=2.277

    10. Borrelli, B., Marcus, B.H., Clark, M.M., Bock, B.C., King, T.K., & Roberts, M. (1999). History of Major Depression and Subsyndromal Depression in Women Smokers. Addictive Behaviors, 24(6), 781-794. JIF=2.277

    11. Niaura, R., Britt, D.M., Borrelli, B., Shadel, W., Abrams, D.B., & Goldstein, M.G. (1999). History of and symptoms of depression among smokers during a self-initiated quit attempt. Nicotine and Tobacco Research , 1 (3), 251-257. JIF=2.129

    12. Keuthan, N.J., Niaura, R.S., Borrelli, B., Goldstein, M.G., DePue, J., Murphy, C., Gastfriend, D., Reiter, S.R., & Abrams, A. (2000). Comorbidity, Smoking Behavior, and Treatment Outcome. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 69, 244-250. JIF=5.0

    13. Borrelli, B., Spring, B., Niaura, R., Hitsman, B., & Papandonatos, G (2001). Influences of gender and weight gain on short-term relapse to smoking in a cessation trial. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 69(3), 511-515. JIF=6.071

    14. *Hitsman, B., Spring, B., Borrelli, B., Niaura, R. & Papandonatos, G (2001). Influence of antidepressant pharmacotherapy on behavioral treatment adherence and smoking cessation outcome in a combined treatment involving Fluoxetine. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 9(4), 355-362. JIF=2.582

    15. Borrelli, B., Hecht, J., Papandonatos, G.D., Emmons, K.M., Tatewosian, B.A., & Abrams, D.B. (2001). Delivery of Smoking Cessation in the Home: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors of Visiting Nurses. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 21(4), 272-277. JIF=4.585

    16. Borrelli, B., Hogan, J., Bock, B., Pinto, B., Roberts, M., & Marcus, B. (2002). Predictors of quitting and dropout among women in a clinic-based smoking cessation program. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 16(1) 22-27. JIF=3.167

    17. *Hitsman, B., Abrams, D.B., Shadel, W.G., Niaura, R., Borrelli, B., Emmons, K.M., Brown, R.A., Swift, R.M., Monti, P.M., Rohsenow, D.J., & Colby, S.M. (2002). Depressive symptoms and readiness to quit smoking among cigarette smokers in treatment for alcohol abuse. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 16(3), 264-268. JIF=3.167

    18. Resnicow, K., DiIorio, C., Soet, J.E., Borrelli, B., Ernst, D., & Hecht, J. (2002). Motivational Interviewing in Health Promotion: It sounds like something is changing. Health Psychology. 21(5), 444-451. JIF=4.566

    19. Niaura, R., Spring, B., Borrelli, B., Goldstein, M., Keuthen, N., DePue, J., Kristeller, J., Ockene, J., Prochazka, A., Chiles, J.A., Abrams, D.B., & Hedeker, D. (2002) Multicenter Trial of Fluoxetine as an Adjunct to Behavioral Treatment for Smoking Cessation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 70 (4), 887-896. JIF=6.071

    20. Borrelli, B., McQuaid, E.L., Becker, B., Hammond, K., Papandonatos, G., Fritz, G., & Abrams, D. (2002) Motivating parents of kids with asthma to quit smoking: The PAQS Project, Health Education Research, 17 (5), 659-669. JIF=2.323

    21. *Hitsman, BH., Borrelli, B., McChargue, D.E., Spring, B., & Niaura, R. (2003). History of depression and smoking cessation: A meta-analysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 71(4), 657-663. JIF=6.071

    22. McQuaid, E.L., Walders, N., & Borrelli, B. (2003). Environmental tobacco smoking exposure in pediatric asthma: Overview and recommendations for practice. Clinical Pediatrics, 42, 775-787. JIF =.817

    23. **Bellg, A., *Borrelli, B., Resnick, B., Ogedegbe, G, Hecht, J., Ernst, D. & Czajkowski, S. (2004). Enhancing treatment fidelity in health behavior change studies: Best practices and recommendations from the Behavioral Change Consortium. Health Psychology, 23(5), 443-451. **First authorship is equally shared between first two authors. JIF=4.566

    24. Borrelli, B., Papandonatos, G., Spring, B., Hitsman, B., & Niaura, R. (2004). Experimenter-defined Quit dates for Smoking Cessation: Adherence Improves Outcomes for Women but not for Men, Addiction, 99, (378-385). JIF=4.78

    25. Werth-Cook, J., Spring, B., McChargue, D., Borrelli, B.,Hitsman, B., Niaura, R., Keuthen, N., & Kristeller, J. (2004). Influence of Fluoxetine on Positive and Negative Affect in a Clinic Based Smoking Cessation Trial. Psychopharmacology, Apr; 173(1-2) 153-159). JIF=3.5

    26. *Sepinwall, D. & Borrelli, B (2004). Postcessation weight concern among medically ill smokers, Addictive Behaviors, 29(9), 1809-1819. JIF= 2.277

    27. *Aloia MS, Arnedt JT, Riggs RL, Hecht J, & Borrelli B. (2004). Clinical management of poor adherence to CPAP: Motivational enhancement. Journal of Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 2(4), 205-222.

    28. Lando, H.A., Borrelli, B., Klein, L.C., Waverly, L.P., Stillman, F., Kassel, J.D., & Warner, K.E. (2005). The Landscape in Global Tobacco Control Research: A Guide to Gaining a Foothold. American Journal of Public Health, 95(6), 939-945. JIF=4.328

    29. *Hecht, J., Borrelli, B., Breger, R.K., DeFrancesco, C., Ernst, D., & Resnicow, K. (2005). Motivational interviewing in community-based research: Experiences from the field. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 29 (supplement), 29-34. JIF=4.485

    30. Williams, G., McGregor, H., Borrelli, B., Jordan, T., & Strecher, V.J. (2005). Measuring tobacco dependence treatment outcomes in the Behavior Change Consortium. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 29 (supplement), 11-19. JIF=4.485

    31. Resnick, B., Bellg, A., Borrelli, B., Breger, R.K., Hecht, J., Minicucci, D.S., Levesque, C.S., Orwig, D., Ernst, D., Ogedegbe, G., Czajkowski, S. (2005). Examples of Implementation and evaluation of treatment fidelity in the BCC studies: Where we are and where we need to go. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 46-54. JIF=4.485

    32. Borrelli, B., Sepinwall, D., Ernst, D., Bellg, A.J., Czajkowski, S., Breger, R., DeFrancesco, C., Levesque, C., Sharp, D.S., Ogedegbe, G., Resnick, B., Orwig, D. (2005). A New Tool to Assess Treatment Fidelity and Evaluation of Treatment Fidelity Across Ten Years of Health Behavior Research. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 73(5), 852-860. JIF=6.071

    33. *Aloia, M., Arnedt, J.T., Stepnowsky, C., Hecht, J., & Borrelli, B. (2005). Predicting Treatment Adherence in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Using Principles of Behavior Change. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 1(4), 247-254.

    34. Borrelli, B., Novak., S., Hecht, J., Emmons, K., Papandonatos, G., & Abrams, D. (2005) Home health care nurses as a new channel for smoking cessation treatment: Outcomes from Project CARES (Community-nurse Assisted Research and Education on Smoking). Preventive Medicine, 41, 815-821. JIF=3.002

    35. Lando, HA., Borrelli, B., Muramoto, ML., & Ward, KD. (2006). Perspectives on the role of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco in promoting global tobacco research and reducing tobacco harm. Nicotine and Tobacco Research Vol 8(6), 761-765. JIF=2.129

    36. Doran, N., Spring, B., Borrelli, B., McChargue, D., Hitsman, B., & Niaura, R.(2006) High positive affect: A mixed blessing for abstinence? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20(1), 35-43. JIF=3.167

    37. *Aloia MS, Smith K, Arnedt JT, Millman R, Stanchina M, Carlisle C, Hecht J, Borrelli B. (2007). Brief behavioral therapies reduce early PAP discontinuation rates in SAS: Preliminary findings. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 5(2), 89-104.

    38. Borrelli, B. & Novak, S. (2007). Nurses' knowledge about the risk of light cigarettes and other tobacco 'harm reduction' strategies. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, Vol 9(6), 653-662. JIF=2.129

    39. Bock BC, Becker BM & Borrelli BC. (2008). Smoking Behavior and Risk Perception Among the Parents of Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 10(1), 47-54. JIF=2.129

    40. *Lee, C.S., Longabaugh, R., Baird, J., Abrantes, A., Borrelli, B., Stein, L.A.R., Woolard, R., Nirenberg, T.D., Mello, M.J., Becker, B., Carty, K., Clifford, P.R., Gogineni, A., & Minugh, P.A. (2007). Do patient intervention ratings predict alcohol related consequences? Addictive Behaviors, 32, 3136-3141. JIF= 2.277

    41. Borrelli, B., Riekert, K.A., Weinstein, A. & Cardella, L. (2007). Clinical Strategies for Motivating Asthma Medication Adherence: Motivational Interviewing. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Vol 120 (5), 1023-1030. JIF=8.11

    42. Borrelli, B., Lee, C., & Novak., S. (2008). Are Provider Training Effects Sustainable? Cognitive and Behavioral Predictors of Smoking Cessation Counseling by Home Health Care Nurses. Preventive Medicine, 46, 358-363. JIF=3.002

    43. Nigg, C., Borrelli, B., Maddock, J., & Dishman, R.K. (2008). A theory of physical activity maintenance. Applied Psychology: An International Journal, 57, 544-560. JIF: 5.416

    44. Graham, A., Papandonatos, G, DePue, J., Pinto, B., Borrelli, B., Neighbors, C., Niaura, R., Buka, S., Abrams, D. (2008). Lifetime characteristics of participants and non-participants in a smoking cessation trial: Implications for external validity and public health impact. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 35(3), 295-307. JIF=4.485

    45. *Halterman JS, Borrelli B, Fisher S, Szilagyi PG, Yoos HL (2008). Improving Care for Urban Children with Asthma: Design and Methods of the School-Based Asthma Therapy (SBAT) Trial. Journal of Asthma, 45(4), 279-286. JIF=1.475

    46. *Halterman, J.S., Borrelli, B., Tremblay, P., Conn, K.M., Fagnano, M., & Montes,G., Hernandez, T. (2008). Screening for Environmental Tobacco Smoke exposure among inner city children with asthma. Pediatrics, 122:1277-1283. JIF=5.056

    47. Abrantes, A, Lee, C.S., MacPherson, L., Strong, D.R., Borrelli, B, & Brown, R.A. (2009). Youth risk behavior correlates of quit attempts and cessation among adolescent smokers. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 32(2), 142-149. JIF=2.388

    48. Boudreaux, E.D., Cydulka, R., Bock, B., Borrelli, B., & Bernstein, S.L. (2009). Conceptual models of health behavior: Research in the emergency care setting. Academic Emergency Medicine, 16, 1120-1123.

    49. Borrelli, B., McQuaid, E., Novak, S., Hammond, K., & Becker, B. Motivating Latino Parents of Children with Asthma to Quit Smoking: A Randomized Trial. (2010). Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78(1) 33-43. JIF=6.071

    50. *Halterman JS, Borrelli B, Conn KM, Tremblay P, Blaakman S. (2010). Motivation to Quit smoking among parents of urban children with asthma. Patient Education and Counseling, 79, 152-155.

    51. *Hayes, R, Dunsiger, S. & Borrelli, B. (2010). Influence of Quality of Life and Depressive Symptoms on Smoking Cessation Among Medically Ill Smokers. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 33(3), 209-218.

    52. *Lee, C., Hayes, R., McQuaid, E., & Borrelli, B. (2010). Predictors of Retention in a Culturally Specific Smoking Cessation Trial Among Latino Smokers. Health Education Research, 25(4), 687-697.

    53. Borrelli, B. (2010). Smoking cessation: Next steps for future research and innovative treatments. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78, 1-12. JIF = 6.071).

    54. Borrelli, B., Hayes, R., Dunsinger, S. & Fava, J. (2010). Risk Perception and Smoking Behavior In Medically Ill Smokers: A Prospective Study. Addiction,105, 1100-1108 JIF=4.78).

    55. George, M., Rand-Giovannetti, D., Eakin, M, Borrelli, B., Zettler, M. Riekert, KA. (2010). Perceptions of barriers and facilitators: Self-management decisions by older adolescents with CF. Journal of Cystic Fibrosis, (9), 425-432.

    56. Wagener, T., Gregor, K., Busch, A., McQuaid, E., & Borrelli, B. (2010). Risk perception in a cross-sectional study of smokers with children with asthma: The case for risk distortion. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78(6), 980-985.

    57. Riekert KA, Borrelli B, Bilderback A, & Rand CS. (2011). The Development of a Motivational Interviewing Intervention to Promote Medication Adherence among Inner-City, African-American Adolescents with Asthma. Patient Education and Counseling, 82, 117-122.

    58. *Halterman, J.S., Szilagyi, P., Fisher, M., Fagnano, P., Tremblay, K.M., Conn, H., Wang, B., & Borrelli, B. A Randomized Controlled Trial to Improve Care for Urban Children with Asthma: Results of the School-Based Asthma Therapy (SBAT) Trial. In press, Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine.

    59. Borrelli, B., Hayes, R., Gregor, K., Lee, C., & McQuaid, E. (2011). Differences in smoking behavior and attitudes among Puerto Rican, Dominican, and Non-Latino White caregivers of children with asthma. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(5) Suppl. S91-S95,.

    60. *Brothers, B. & Borrelli, B. (2011). Motivating Latino Smokers to Quit: Does Type of Social Support Matter? American Journal of Health Promotion, 25 (5) Suppl. S96-S102.

    61. Borrelli, B. (2011). The Assessment, Monitoring, and Enhancement of Treatment Fidelity in Public Health Trials. Journal of Public Health Dentistry, 71, S52-S63.

    62. *Lee, C.S., López, S.R., Hernández L., Colby, S.M., Caetano, R., Borrelli, B., and Rohsenow, D. A (2011). Cultural Adaptation of Motivational Interviewing to Address Heavy Drinking Among Hispanics. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 17(3), 317-324.

    63. *Halterman, JS., Riekert, K., Bayer, A., Fagnano, M, Tremblay, P., Blaakman, MS, & Borrelli, B. Pilot Study to Enhance Preventive Asthma Care among Urban Adolescents with Asthma. (In press, Journal of Asthma).

    64. *Busch, A. M. & Borrelli, B. Valued Life Activities and Readiness to Quit Smoking among Mobility Impaired Smokers