Burdine, James individual record
Professor
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overview

Community Health Development is a domain at the intersection of Community Development, Health Promotion, and Public Health. As Founding Director and Co-PI of the Center for Community Health Development my research interests focus on learning how to more effectively increase community problem-solving capacity. Using the Partnership Approach, a socio-ecological framework and social determinants of health perspective, our projects examine factors influencing population health status and intervention strategies to improve health status and access to care. A key component of these activities are community health status assessments both as a data collection tool and community organizing focal point.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles60
  • Ory, M. G., Lee, S., Smith, M. L., Alonzo, J. P., Clark, H. R., & Burdine, J. N. (2022). Differences in the attitudes towards the opioid crisis between metropolitan and rural counties in Central Texas: Secondary data analysis using cross-sectional data. Preventive Medicine Reports. 26, 101757-101757.
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  • Gandara, E., Harvey, I. S., Foster, M., Luo, W., McKyer, L., Burdine, J., & Martinez, D. (2022). Facilitators and Barriers When Conducting Adult Health Programs Within the African American Church: A Systematic Review. Journal of Religion and Health. 1-36.
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  • Hossain, M. M., Saha, N., Rodela, T. T., Tasnim, S., Nuzhath, T., Roy, T. J., ... Ma, P. (2022). Global research on syndemics: a meta-knowledge analysis (2001-2020). F1000Research. 11, 253-253.
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  • Salinas, M., Matarrita-Cascante, D., Salinas, J. L., & Burdine, J. N. (2021). Navigating healthcare systems before and after resettlement: Exploring experiences and recommendations for improvement from the perspectives of a Bhutanese refugee community. Journal of Migration and Health. 4, 100049-100049.
  • Wendel, M., Burdine, J. N., Clark, H., McKyer, E., & Mitchell, R. L. (2020). Kenneth R. McLeroy, PhD, MS (1947-2020).. Health Educ Behav. 47(6), 927-928.
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Chapters5
  • Wendel, M. L., Alaniz, A., Kelly, B. N., Clark, H. R., Drake, K. N., Outley, C. W., ... Burdine, J. N. (2012). Capacity Building in Rural Communities. Crosby, R. A., Wendel, M. L., Vanderpool, R. C., & Casey, B. R. (Eds.), Rural Populations and Health Determinants, Disparities, and Solutions. 215-234. JOhn Wiley & Sons.
  • Burdine, J. N., Clark, H. R., Shea, L. J., Appiah, B., & Hollas, C. N. (2012). Health assessment in rural communities: a critical organizing and capacity-building tool. Crosby, R. A., Wendel, M. L., Vanderpool, R. C., & Casey, B. R. (Eds.), Rural Populations and Health Determinants, Disparities, and Solutions. 171-190. JOhn Wiley & Sons.
  • Wendel, M. L., Burdine, J. N., McLeroy, K. R., Alaniz, A., Norton, B. L., & Felix, M. (2009). Community Capacity: Theory and Application. DiClemente, R. J., Crosby, R. A., & Kegler, M. (Eds.), Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice and Research, 2nd Edition. 277-302. Josey-Bass Wiley.
  • Norton, B. L., McLeroy, K. R., Burdine, J. N., Felix, M., & Dorsey, A. M. (2002). Community Capacity Concept Theory and Methods. DiClimente, R. J., Crosby, R. A., & Kegler, M. C. (Eds.), Emerging Theories in Health Promotion Practice and Research Strategies for Improving Public Health. 194-227. Josey-Bass Publishers.
  • Burdine, J. N., & Felix, M. (1999). The Social Reconnaissance Approach for Understanding Womens Health. James, G. (Eds.), Winning in the Women's Health Care Marketplace: A Comprehensive Plan for Health Care Strategists. 111-133. Josey-Bass.
Conference Papers1
  • Abel, A., Burdine, J. N., & Felix, M (1999). Measures of Access to Primary Health Care: Perceptions and Reality. Abstract Book Association for Health Services Research Meeting, Association for Health Services Research Meeting. 16, 136-136.
Repository Documents / Preprints3
  • Hossain, M. M., Saha, N., Rodela, T. T., Tasnim, S., Nuzhath, T., Roy, T. J., ... Ma, P (2021). Global research on syndemics: A meta-knowledge analysis (2001-2020).
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  • Nsobundu, C., Nmadu, Y., Wagle, N., Foster, M., Burdine, J., Ory, M., McKyer, L., & Sherman, L.,Nsobundu, C., Nmadu, Y., Wagle, N., Foster, M., Burdine, J., Ory, M., McKyer, L., & Sherman, L (2020). Process Evaluations of Traditional, Group-Based Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support Programs: A systematic review of the literature.
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  • Appiah, B., Burdine, J. N., Aftab, A., Asamoah-Akuoko, L., Anum, D. A., Kretchy, I. A., ... Bates, I (2017). Determinants of Intention to Use Mobile Phone Caller Tunes to Promote Voluntary Blood Donation: Cross-Sectional Study (Preprint).
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chaired theses and dissertations
Email
jnburdine@tamu.edu
First Name
James
Last Name
Burdine
mailing address
Texas A&M Health Science Center; Health Promotion & Community Health Sciences; 1266 TAMUS
College Station, TX 77843-1266
USA