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  • Frank E. (2008).  A new way to train and support the world’s health workers. Medscape General Medicine; 10(9):219. 
    https://bit.ly/3rMVklz [article and video]

 

  • Galway L, Corbett K, Takaro T, Tairyan K, Frank E. (2014). A novel integration of online and flipped classroom instructional models in public health higher education. BMC Medical Education.  https://bit.ly/2Z8xXag
 
  • Coops N, Marcus J, Costrut I, Frank E, Kellett R, Mazzi E, Munro A, Nesbit S, Riseman A, Schultz A, Sipos Y. (2015). How an entry-level, interdisciplinary sustainability course revealed the benefits and challenges of a university-wide initiative for sustainability education. International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.  https://bit.ly/3naQPxq
 
  • Clair V, Mutiso V, Musau A, Frank E, Ndetei D. (2016). Online learning improves substance use care in Kenya: Randomized control trial results and implications. Annals of Global Health. May 2016. https://bit.ly/3n7HmHc
 
  • Frank E, Tairyan K, Everton M, Chu J, Goolsby C, Hayes A, Hulton A. (2016). A Test of the First Course (Emergency Medicine) that is Globally Available for Credit and for Free. Healthcare. https://bit.ly/3DT1u6w
 
  • Nadkarni A, Weobong B, Weiss HA, et al. (2017). Counselling for Alcohol Problems (CAP), a lay counsellor-delivered brief psychological treatment for harmful drinking in men, in primary care in India: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet (London, England).   https://bit.ly/2Z2LArF
 
  • Patel V, Weobong B, Weiss HA, et al. (2017). The Healthy Activity Program (HAP), a lay counsellor-delivered brief psychological treatment for severe depression, in primary care in India: a randomised controlled trial. Lancet (London, England).   https://bit.ly/3B38lss
 
  • Rossa-Roccor, V, Malatskey, L, Frank, E. (2017). NextGenU.org’s Free, Globally Available Online Training in Lifestyle Medicine. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine. https://bit.ly/3BWSe0x
 
  • Heller R, Madhok R, Frank E. (2018). Building Public Health Capacity through Online Global Learning. Open Praxis. https://bit.ly/3vpwrfH
 
  • Clair V, Rossa-Roccor V, Mokaya AG, Mutiso V, Musau A, Tele A, Ndetei D, Frank E. (2019). Peer and Mentored Enhanced Web-Based Training on Substance Use Disorders: A Promising Approach in Low-Resource Settings to Teach Knowledge and Skills and Decrease Stigma. Psychiatric Services. https://bit.ly/3G4irgn
 
 
  • World Health Organization. (2020). Call to Action: Addressing the 18 million health worker shortfall. Submission 2 (pgs 5-7).  https://bit.ly/3n7K3IO

 

  • Frank E. (2020). NextGenU.org: the first globally free degree, a Master’s in Public Health. European Journal of Public Health, 30, S5, ckaa165.023. https://bit.ly/3GrtJug
  • Ewing H, Chickering M, Burner L, Keating SA, Berland A, Frank E.  2020. Notes from the Field: ‘Nurses International’ Uses OER to Support Nurse Educators. J Learning for Development.  7(3), 459-466. https://jl4d.org/index.php/ejl4d/article/view/425 

 

  • Frank E, Chickering M.  2022. NMA, NextGenU.org, and Enhancing Diversity in Medical Education Through Pipeline and Parallel Programs.  Journal of the National Medical Association. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jnma.2021.08.018  

 

  • Clair V, Atkinson K, Musau A, Mutiso V, Bosire E, Gitongo I, Small W, Ndetei D, Frank E. 2022. Implementing and Sustaining Brief Addiction Medicine Interventions with the Support of a Quality Improvement Blended-eLearning Course: Learner Experiences and Meaningful Outcomes in Kenya.  International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction https://rdcu.be/cObzy

 

  • Clair V, Rossa-Roccor V, Mutiso V, Musau A, Rieders A, Frank E, Ndetei D. Blended-eLearning impact on health worker stigma toward alcohol, tobacco and other psychoactive substance users.  In revision. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

 

  • Clair V, Musau A, Mutiso V, Tele A, Atkinson K, Ndetei D, Frank E,  Blended-eLearning Improves Alcohol Use Care in Kenya: pragmatic randomized control trials results and parallel qualitative study implications. In revision. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

 

  • Atkinson K, Bosire E, Clair V, Frank E, Musau A, Mutiso V, Ndetei D. Quality Improvement Through Online Learning: positive learners’ experiences and impacts on their service provision for alcohol, tobacco, and other substance use disorders in Africa.  In revision, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.

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