Publications

  • Nicholas, E. A., Dwyer, M., Murphy, A., Taylor-Fishwick, J. C., Cohn, J. H., Kelly, C. S. Coalition approaches for addressing environmental issues in childhood asthma. Health Promotion Practice, 2006: 7 (Supplement 2).
  • Schlenker, T; Baxmann, R; McAvoy P; Bartkowski, J; Murphy, A. Primary Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning Through Community Outreach. Wisconsin Medical Journal. December, 2001.
  • Taha, T; Kanarek, M; Schultz, B; Murphy, A. Low-Cost Household Paint Abatement to Reduce Children’s Blood Lead Levels, Environmental Research, 1999:81:334-338.
  • Schultz, B; Pawel, D; and Murphy, A. A Retrospective Examination of In-House Educational Visits to Reduce Childhood Lead Poisoning. Environmental Research, 1999:80:364-368.
  • Schultz, B; Strauss, W; Murphy, A.; and Kanarek, M. Comparison of Wipe and Vacuum Sampling Methods for Assessing Dust Lead Levels in Homes: Data from the Milwaukee Lead Intervention Study, 1997.
  • US EPA; Quantech; and the Milwaukee Health Department. Seasonal Trends in Blood Lead Levels in Milwaukee, 1996.
  • US EPA; Quantech; and the Milwaukee Health Department. Effect of In-Home Educational Intervention Children’s Blood Lead Levels in Milwaukee, 1996.
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison; Milwaukee Health Department; and the US EPA. Milwaukee Prospective Educational Intervention Study, 1996.
  • Schlenker, TL; Johnson Fritz, C; Murphy, A.; Shepeard, S. Feasibility and Effectiveness of Screening for Childhood Lead Poisoning in Private Medical Practice. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 1994: 148:761-764.
  • Schlenker, TS; Johnson Fritz, C; Mark, D; Layde, M; Linke, E; Murphy, A.; Matte, T. Screening for Pediatric Lead Poisoning – Comparability of Simultaneously Drawn Capillary and Venous Blood Samples. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1994: 271(17): 1346-1348.