Terry, D., Peck, B., Smith, A. Stevenson, T., Nguyen, H. & Baker, E. (2020). What nursing students value as important in undertaking rural practice: A cross-sectional study. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care.
Schmitz, D., Reed, A., Baker, E. & McDonald, T. (submitted June 2019). Assessment of factors for recruiting and retaining family medicine residents to rural communities using the Community Apgar Questionnaire. Rural and Remote Health.
Stutzman, K., Ray Karpen R., Naidoo P., Toevs, SE., Weidner, A., Baker, E. & Schmitz, D. (2020). Support for rural practice: Female physicians and the life-career interface. Rural and Remote Health. 20: 5341. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH5341
Terry, D., Peck, B., Smith, A. Stevenson, T. & Baker, E. (2019). Is nursing student personality important for considering a rural career? Journal of Health Organization and Management [JHOM-03-2019-0074.R1].
Terry, D.R., Nguyen, H.B., Schmitz, D., & Baker, E. (2018). Lived experiences and insights into the advantages important to rural recruitment and retention of general practitioners. Rural and Remote Health, 18, 4561. https://doi.org/10.22605/RRH4561
Phillips, M. A., McDonald, T. W., & Kishbaugh, D. I. (2017). Using evidence-based home visiting for preventing intergenerational adverse childhood experiences. Psychology, 8, 2516-2533.
Prengaman, M., Terry, D., Schmitz, D. & Baker, E. (2017). The Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire in rural Australia: An evidence based approach to recruiting and retaining nurses. Online Journal of Rural Nursing and Health Care, 17(2), 148-171. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.14574/ojrnhc.v17i2.459
Baker, E., Schmitz, D., Marshall, J. & MacKenzie, L. (2017). What factors do critical access hospital trustee/board members believe are important to recruitment of physicians and do they differ from hospital administrators and physicians? Journal of Hospital Administration, 6(3), 33-40.
Reed, A., Schmitz, D., Baker, E., Girvan, J., & McDonald, T. (2017). Assessment of factors for recruiting and retaining medical students to rural communities using the Community Apgar Questionnaire. Family Medicine, 49, 132-136.
Terry, D., Baker, E. & Schmitz, D. (2016). Community assets and capabilities to recruit and retain GPs: The Community Apgar Questionnaire in rural Victoria. Rural and Remote Health; 16: 3990. (Online) 2016. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au
Baker, E., Schmitz, D., Brasil, S. & MacKenzie, L. (2016). Idaho rural physician technology usage over time. Journal of Hospital Administration, 5, 6, 14-18. doi: 10.5430/jha.v5n6p14.
Schmitz, D., Baker, E., MacKenzie, L., Kinney, L. & Epperly, T. (2015). Assessing Idaho Rural Family Physician Scope of Practice Over Time. Journal of Rural Health, 31(3), 292-299.
Baker E., Schmitz, D., MacKenzie, L., Morris, B. & Epperly, T. (2014). Rural community variation in physician recruitment readiness. Journal of Health Sciences, 2 (8), 393-401.
McDonald, T. W., Curtis-Schaeffer, A. K., Theiler, A. A, & Howard, E. K. M. (2014). Providers’ perceptions of prevalent mental health problems: Differences and similarities across urban, rural, and frontier regions. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 38, 36-39. doi:10:1037/rmh0000009.
Prengaman MV, Bigbee, JL, Baker, E, Schmitz, DF. Development of the Nursing Community Apgar Questionnaire (NCAQ): A rural nurse recruitment and retention tool. Rural and Remote Health 14:2633. (online) 2014. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au
Begic, S., Howard, E. K. M., & McDonald, T. W. (2013). Adults’ alcohol consumption behavior and support for restrictions on youth-oriented alcohol advertisements. American Journal of Applied Psychology, 2, 22-30. doi:10.11648/j.ajap.20130203.11
McDonald, T. W., Chown, E., Tabb, J. E., Schaeffer, A. K., & Howard, E. K. M. (2013). The Impact of Volunteering on Seniors’ Health and Quality of Life: An Assessment of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. Psychology, 4 (3a), 283-290.
Baker, E., Schmitz, D., Wasden, S., MacKenzie, L. & Epperly, T. Assessing Community Health Center (CHC) Assets and Capabilities for recruiting Physicians: The CHC Community Apgar Questionnaire. Rural and Remote Health 12:2179. (Online) 2012. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au/home/defaultnew.asp
Reed, A., Schmitz, D., Baker, E. Nukui, A. & Epperly, T. (2012). Association of “grit” and satisfaction in rural and non-rural doctors. The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, 25 (6), 832-839.
Schmitz, D. F., Baker, E., Nukui, A. & Epperly, T. Idaho Rural Family Physician Workforce Study: the Community Apgar Questionnaire. Rural and Remote Health, 11 (online), 2011: 1769. Available from: http://www.rrh.org.au/home/defaultnew.asp
McDonald, T. W., & Pritchard, M. E. (2010). Mental health and substance abuse issues among Native Americans living on a remote reservation: Results from a community survey. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E13. http://muwww-new.marshall.edu/jrcp/ve13n1.htm
Baker, E., Schmitz, D., Epperly, T., Nukui, A. & Miller, C. (2010). Rural Idaho family physicians’ scope of practice. Journal of Rural Health, 26(1), 85-89.
Collins, P., Cooper, J., Horn, B., Stohr, M., Walsh, A., Bostaph, L. & Baker, E. (2010). The cost of substance abuse: The use of administrative data to investigate treatment benefits in a rural mountain state. Western Criminology Review, 11(3), 13-28.
Springer, P., Lind, B., Kratt, J, Baker E. & Clavelle, J. (2009). Preventing employee injury: Implementation of a lift team. AAOHN Journal, 57(4), 143-148.
Roscoe, C., Baker, E., Johnston, E., Sandven, T., Gustafson, C. & Dow, J. (2008). Carbon monoxide exposure on Denali: Comparing the 2004 and 2005 climbing seasons. Wilderness and Environmental Medicine, 19(1), 15-21.
Begic, S., & McDonald, T. W. (2006). The psychological effects of exposure to wartime trauma in Bosnian residents and refugees: Implications for treatment and service provision. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 4, 319-329.
Pritchard, M. E., & McDonald, T. W. (2006). Relations of parental status and alcohol use patterns and attitudes about underage drinking. Psychological Reports, 98, 414-416.