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Brittany L. Rosen

Title: Assistant Professor
Health Promotion And Education
Email: rosenby@ucmail.uc.edu

Research Interests:
Sexuality transmitted infection (STI) prevention through lifestyle behaviors (condom use, contraceptive use, and vaccine uptake) in adolescents and young adults
 -Methods & Psychometrics: Instrumentation development, survey research methodology, measurement
 -Theory-based Research: theory development, theory application in research methods, theory application in intervention research

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, 2013 (Health Education).
  • Master of Education, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, 2010 (Health Education).
  • Bachelor of Health and Wellness Promotion, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, 2008 (Health and Wellness Promotion).

Research Information

Research Support

  • (PI), Rosen, Brittany, Factors Associated with Healthcare Providers’ Communication with Adolescents about HPV Vaccination, UC's University Research Council. (URC Faculty Awards AY2014-15), $12,000.00. 05-01-2015 to 04-30-2016. Status: Active.

Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

  • Rosen, B.L. (2013). (In Press). Understanding statistics in health science: Exploratory factor analysis extraction methods. The Health Education Monograph Series: Student Monograph.
  • Wilson, K.L., Smith, M.L., Rosen, B.L., and Wiley, D.C. (2012). Adoption and implementation characteristics for abstinence-plus curriculum. American Journal of Health Studies. American Journal of Health Studies, 27 (2), 72-81.
  • Rosen, B.L., Wilson, K.L., and McNeill, E.B. (2012). When friends self-mutilate. Health Education Teaching Techniques Journal, 2, 39-47.
  • Wilson, K.L., Wiley, D.C, & Rosen, B. (2012). Texas sexuality education instruction: Shame and fear-based methodology. Journal of Health Education Teaching, 3 (1), 1-10.
  • Rosen, B., & DeMaria, A., L. (2012). Statistical significance vs. practical significance: An exploration through health education. American Journal of Health Education, 43 (4), 228-234.
  • Rosen, B., Thomsen, C., Snead, C., & Day, C. (2011). Review of literature: Five evidence-based sexuality education interventions. The Health Education Monograph Series: Student Monograph, 28 (3), 25-30.
  • Diep, C. S., Kaster, E., Rosen, B., Thomsen, C., & Smith, M. L. (2011). Implementation and evaluation of a 2-1-1 Texas awareness campaign. Texas Public Health Association Journal, 63 (4), 10-13.
  • Wilson, Kelly L; Cowart, Clayton J; Rosen, Brittany L; Pulczinski, Jairus C; Solari, Kayce D; Ory, Marcia G; Smith, Matthew Lee (2018). Characteristics Associated with HPV Diagnosis and Perceived Risk for Cervical Cancer Among Unmarried, Sexually Active College Women.. Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education, 33 (2), 404-416.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; Shepard, Allie; Kahn, Jessica A (2018). US Health Care Clinicians' Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Regarding Human Papillomavirus Vaccination: A Qualitative Systematic Review.. Academic pediatrics, 18 (2S), S53-S65.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; Bishop, James M; McDonald, Skye L; Kahn, Jessica A; Kreps, Gary L (2018). Quality of Web-Based Educational Interventions for Clinicians on Human Papillomavirus Vaccine: Content and Usability Assessment.. JMIR cancer, 4 (1), e3.
  • Merianos, Ashley L; Rosen, Brittany L; Montgomery, LaTrice; Barry, Adam E; Smith, Matthew Lee (2017). Impact of Perceived Risk and Friend Influence on Alcohol and Marijuana Use Among Students.. The Journal of school nursing : the official publication of the National Association of School Nurses, 33 (6), 446-455.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; Shew, Marcia L; Zimet, Gregory D; Ding, Lili; Mullins, Tanya L K; Kahn, Jessica A (2017). Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Sources of Information and Adolescents' Knowledge and Perceptions.. Global pediatric health, 4, 2333794X17743405.
  • Thompson, Erika L; Rosen, Brittany L; Vamos, Cheryl A; Kadono, Mika; Daley, Ellen M (2017). Human Papillomavirus Vaccination: What Are the Reasons for Nonvaccination Among U.S. Adolescents?. The Journal of adolescent health : official publication of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, 61 (3), 288-293.
  • Wilson, Kelly L; Smith, Matthew Lee; Rosen, Brittany L; Pulczinski, Jairus C; Ory, Marcia G (2017). HPV Vaccination Status and Mandate Support for School-Aged Adolescents Among College Females.. The Journal of school nursing : the official publication of the National Association of School Nurses, 33 (3), 232-245.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; DiClemente, Ralph; Shepard, Allie L; Wilson, Kelly L; Fehr, Sara K (2017). Factors associated with school nurses' HPV vaccine attitudes for school-aged youth.. Psychology, health & medicine, 22 (5), 535-545.
  • Wilson, Kelly L; White, Alice; Rosen, Brittany L; Chiappone, Alethea; Pulczinski, Jairus C; Ory, Marcia G; Smith, Matthew Lee (2016). Factors Associated with College Students' Intentions to Vaccinate Their Daughters Against HPV: Protecting the Next Generation.. Journal of community health, 41 (5), 1078-89.
  • Watts, Timothy; Wilson, Kelly L; McNeill, Elisa B; Rosen, Brittany L; Moore, Nancy Daley; Smith, Matthew L (2016). Factors Associated With Intentions to Engage in Vaginal Intercourse Among Sexually Abstinent Missouri High School Freshmen.. The Journal of school health, 86 (10), 751-8.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; Ashwood, Daniel; Richardson, George B (2016). School Nurses' Professional Practice in the HPV Vaccine Decision-Making Process.. The Journal of school nursing : the official publication of the National Association of School Nurses, 32 (2), 138-48.
  • Nabors, Laura A; Meerianos, Ashley L; Vidourek, Rebecca A; King, Keith A; Rosen, Brittany L; Zhang, Jiaqi; Swoboda, Christopher (2016). Predictors of flourishing for adolescents with asthma.. The Journal of asthma : official journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma, 53 (2), 146-54.
  • Rosen, Brittany L; Goodson, Patricia; Thompson, Bruce; Wilson, Kelly L (2015). School nurses' knowledge, attitudes, perceptions of role as opinion leader, and professional practice regarding human papillomavirus vaccine for youth.. The Journal of school health, 85 (2), 73-81.
  • Kaster, Elizabeth C; Rogers, Charles R; Jeon, Kwon Chan; Rosen, Brittany (2014). Getting to the Heart of Being the Match: A Qualitative Analysis of Bone Marrow Donor Recruitment and Retention Among College Students.. Health educator : journal of Eta Sigma Gamma, 46 (1), 14-19.
  • Rosen, Brittany; Goodson, Patricia A recommendation to use the diffusion of innovations theory to understand school nurses' role in HPV vaccine uptake.. International quarterly of community health education, 34 (1), 37-49.

Other Publications

  • Rosen, B.L. (2013). (In Press). Reproduction 'round the World: Understanding Globalization’s Impacts on Reproductive Health. A review of Reproduction, globalization, and the state: New theoretical and ethnographic perspectives edited by Carole H. Browner and Carolyn F. Sargent. . Journal of Sex Research.

Presentations & Lectures

Invited Presentations

  • Wilson, K., Wiley, D.C., Rosen, B. L. (2013). Prediction of High School Student’ Sexual Behavior The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Conference, San Diego, California .
  • Rosen, B. L. & Goodson, P. (2013). A Systematic Literature Review of US Healthcare Providers’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Professional Practice Regarding the HPV Vaccine for Youth The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Conference , San Diego, California .
  • McNeill, E.B., Rosen, B. & Wilson, K.L. (2013). Engaging the Learner in Activity Assessment American School Health Association Conference , Myrtle Beach, South Carolina .
  • McNeill, E.B., Fehr, S., Wilson, K. & Rosen, B. (2013). Healthy Relationships Don’t Have to be a Pac-Maze: Using Kinesthetic Approaches to Teach Health American School Health Association Conference , Myrtle Beach, South Carolina .
  • Rosen, B. & Goodson, P. (2013). The POWER of Writing Textbook & Academic Authoring Conference , Reno, Nevada.
  • McNeill, B. & Rosen, B. (2012). Six "Sexy" HECAT Based Teaching Strategies Third Annual International Conference on the Health Risks of Youth, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Rosen, B.L. & Goodson, P. (2012). Diffusion of Innovations Theory: Understanding School Nurses’ Role in the Uptake of HPV Vaccine The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Conference , Tampa, Florida.
  • Rosen, B.L., DeMaria, A.L., Wilson, K.L., & Wiley, D.C. (2012). Correlates of STI Testing among College Freshmen The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality Conference , Tampa, Florida.
  • Rosen, B.L., McNeill, E.B., & Wilson, K.L. (2012). Would You Rather (WYR), with a Sexual Health Twist! American School Health Association Conference , San Antonio, Texas .
  • Rosen, B. (2011). Five Fast-Paced Teaching Techniques Second Annual International Conference on the Health Risks of Youth , Cancun, Mexico.

Poster Presentations

  • Fehr, S., Vidourek, R., King, K. & Rosen, B. (2013). Condom Negotiation among Youth: Exploring Common Barriers to Use American School Health Association Conference , Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Rosen, B.L., McNeill, E. B., Kaster, E. C., Nolen, K.R., Placker, S., & Boykin, B.H. (2012). Be the Match® Outreach: Promoting College Students’ Knowledge and Participation in Bone Marrow Donation Eta Sigma Gamma. Gamman Showcase Poster Session in conjunction with American School Health Association Conference , San Antonio, Texas.
  • Rosen, B., Hollub, A., & DeMaria, A. (2011). Importance of Affect as an Underlying Determinant of Condom Attitude as a Predictor of Condom Use Intention American Public Health Association Conference, Washington, D.C..
  • McNeill, E.B., & Rosen, B. (2011). Using Portfolios and E-Portfolios for Assessing Health Educator Quality American School Health Association Conference , Louisville, Kentucky.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 01-2009 to 05-2010, Graduate Assistant, Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas.
  • 08-2010 to 08-2013, Graduate Assistant, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
  • 08-2013Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.