Selected Publications

Academic Article

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2022 A signature of Prevotella copri and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii depletion, and a link with bacterial glutamate degradation in the Kenyan colorectal cancer patientsJournal of Gastrointestinal Oncology.  13:2282-2292. 2022
2022 Exploring COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy Among Stakeholders in African American and Latinx Communities in the Deep South Through the Lens of the Health Belief ModelAmerican Journal of Health Promotion.  36:288-295. 2022
2022 Training medical students to promote preventive colorectal cancer screening in EgyptInternational Journal of Health Promotion and Education2022
2022 Using Intervention Mapping to Develop a Theory-Based Intervention to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening in EgyptAsian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention.  23:1975-1981. 2022
2021 Barriers to Advancement in Academic Medicine: the Perception Gap Between Majority Men and Other FacultyJournal of General Internal Medicine.  36:1937-1943. 2021
2021 Barriers and facilitators to bikeshare programs: A qualitative study in an urban environmentJournal of Transport and Health.  21. 2021
2021 Confronting COVID-19 in under-resourced, African American neighborhoods: a qualitative study examining community member and stakeholders’ perceptionsEthnicity and Health.  26:49-67. 2021
2020 Designing an Effective Colorectal Cancer Screening Program in Egypt: A Qualitative Study of Perceptions of Egyptian Primary Care Physicians and SpecialistsThe Oncologist.  25:e1525-e1531. 2020
2019 Using photovoice to explore social determinants of obesity in two underserved communities in the southeastSociological Spectrum: official journal of the Mid-South Sociological Association.  39:405-423. 2019
2019 Barriers and Facilitators to Cervical Cancer Screening, Diagnosis, Follow-Up Care and Treatment: Perspectives of Human Immunodeficiency Virus-Positive Women and Health Care Practitioners in TanzaniaThe Oncologist.  24:69-75. 2019
2018 Determinants of obesity in two urban CommUnities: PerCePtions anD CommUnity-Driven solUtionsEthnicity and Disease.  28:33-42. 2018
2018 An Exploration of Multilevel Physical Activity Correlates among Low-Income African Americans in Alabama and MississippiFamily and Community Health.  41:197-204. 2018
2018 Exploring Habermas' theory of communicative ethics as an approach to physician communication training: The case of pediatric end-of-life careSocial Theory and Health.  16:60-76. 2018
2017 Empowering one community at a time for policy, system and environmental changes to impact ObesityEthnicity and Disease.  27:347-354. 2017
2017 Examining neighborhood social cohesion in the context of community-based participatory research: Descriptive findings from an academic-community partnershipEthnicity and Disease.  27:329-336. 2017
2017 Introduction: Impacting the social determinants of health through a regional academiccommunity partnership: The experience of the mid-south transdisciplinary collaborative center for health disparities researchEthnicity and Disease.  27:277-286. 2017
2017 Policy, system and environmental correlates of fruit and vegetable consumption in a low-income African American population in the southeastEthnicity and Disease.  27:355-362. 2017
2017 A Qualitative Examination of Physician Gender and Parental Status in Pediatric End-of-Life CommunicationHealth Communication.  32:903-909. 2017
2017 Does one size fit all? The role of body mass index and waist circumference in systemic inflammation in midlife by race and genderEthnicity and Health.  22:169-183. 2017
2017 Advancing the Science of Health Disparities Through Research on the Social Determinants of HealthAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine.  52:S1-S4. 2017
2017 Systemic Inflammation in Midlife: Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Perceived DiscriminationAmerican Journal of Preventive Medicine.  52:S63-S76. 2017
2016 Physician Communication in Pediatric End-of-Life Care: A Simulation StudyAmerican Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care.  33:935-941. 2016
2015 Physician Religion and End-of-Life Pediatric Care: A Qualitative Examination of Physicians' PerspectivesNarrative Inquiry in Bioethics.  5:251-269. 2015

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Sociology, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2014
  • Master of Science in Religion / Religious Studies, Baylor University 2005
  • Full Name

  • Lori Bateman