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BETTY- ANNE DAVISS, RM, MA

Publications by Betty-Anne Daviss

Lalonde, Andre. Daviss, BA. Acosta, A. Herschderfer, K. Postpartum Hemorrhage Today: ICM/FIGO Initiative 2004-2006. The World Report. International Journal of Gynecology and Obstetrics. 2006. 94:243-253.

Daviss, BA, From Calling to Career: Keeping the Social Movement in the Professional Project. in MAINSTREAMING MIDWIVES: THE POLITICS OF CHANGE. Eds. Robbie Davis-Floyd and Christina Johnson. New York: Routledge, 2005: 413-446.

Daviss BA, Hungarian Women Unveil An Ironic Curtain (Obstetrics in Eastern Europe), Midwifery Today (68), Winter 2003. This is a paper applying social movement theory to the struggles in Hungary between the Obstetric Society of Hungary and the midwives pushing for undisturbed and home birth.

Johnson K and Daviss BA, Letter to the editor re Outcomes of Planned Home Births in Washington State: 1989-1996". The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (101), 1. Jan. 2003. A critical letter to demonstrate that a home birth study conducted in Washington state has not met the sophisticated standard of modern home birth research.

Daviss BA, Studys Focus on Induction vs spontaneous labour neglects spontaneous delivery, Letter to the editor re Vaginal delivery after caesarean section. The British Medical Journal, (323), 1307, December 1, 2001. Response to a study being used across the U.S. and Canada to decrease the number of women having vaginal births after cesareans.

Daviss BA, Reforming birth and (re)making midwifery in North America, in Birth By Design, eds. DeVries, R., Teijlingen, E., Wrede, S. and Benoit, C. New York: Routledge, 2001. Betty-Anne collaborated with social scientists from northern Europe and North America to create this anthology demonstrating how differently maternity care services have developed across the two continents. Also authored one chapter and co-authored a second.

Daviss BA Why Are Health Care Professionals Embarrassed to Be Connected With Social Movements? Alternative Futures and Popular Protest, eds. Barker, C. and Tyldesley, M., Conference Papers of the Sixth International Conference, Vol. 1, Manchester Metropolitan University, England, April 25-27, 2000. Gathering of social activists and academics from across Europe, South and North America, discussing strategies, successes, and difficulties of social movements.

Daviss BA From Social Movement to Professional Midwifery Project: Are we Throwing the Baby Out with the Bath Water? MA thesis, Graduate Department of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, 1999.

Daviss BA Heeding Warnings from the Canary, the Whale and the Inuit, A Framework for Analyzing Competing Types of Knowledge About Childbirth, in eds. Robbie Davis-Floyd and Carolyn Sargeant, Childbirth and Authoritative Knowledge. California: University of California Press, 1997.


KENNETH C. JOHNSON, PHD

Publications by Kenneth C. Johnson

Johnson KC and Daviss BA. Re: Results of the National Study of Vaginal Birth After Cesarean in Birth Centers. Obstet Gyn April 1, 2005; 105(4): 897 - 898.

Johnson KC and Daviss BA. Re: Outcomes of planned home births in Washington State: 1989-1996. Obstet Gyn 2003 Jan; 101(1):198

Johnson KC, Gaskin IM. Safety of single-layer suturing in caesarean sections must be proved. BMJ 2001; 323:1307.

Johnson KC. Randomized Controlled Trials as Authoritative Knowledge: Keeping an Ally From Becoming A Threat to North American Midwifery Practice - book chapter, Davis Floyd, R (ed)) Authoritative Knowledge In Childbirth - University of California Press, 1997.

Johnson KC, Rouleau J. Temporal Trends in Canadian Birth Defects Birth Prevalence, 1979-1993. Can J of Pub Hlth: 88(3), 169-176. 1997.

Rouleau J, Arbuckle TE, Johnson KC, Gregory J Sherman, Status Report: Description and Limitations of the Canadian Congenital Anomalies Surveillance System (CCASS). Chronic Diseases in Canada. Vol 16, No 1, Winter 1995.

Sherman GJ, Sweet L, Kermode DJ, Johnson KC, Lavigne PM. Congenital Birth Defects in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia, 1979 - 1982. Chron Dis Canada Special Report No. 10, August, 1985.

Jain M, Howe GR, Johnson KC, Miller AB. Evaluation of a Diet History Questionnaire for Epidemiologic Studies. American Journal of Epidemiology; 212 - 219, 1980.


Other Epidemiologic Publications

Johnson KC. Pedestrian Deaths in Canada, Chronic Diseases in Canada, 1983(4)

Johnson KC, Mao Y, Argo J, Robert Semenciw, Environment-Related Cancer Surveillance in Canada. Proceedings of International Congress on Hazardous Waste: Impact on Human and Ecological Health, June 5-8, 1995, Atlanta, Georgia.

Johnson KC. Canadian Health Databases Relevant to Great Lakes Basin Research. Toxicology and Industrial Health, Vol. 12, Nos. 3/4, 1996.

Hu J, Johnson KC, Mao Y, Xu T, Lin Q, Wang C, Zhao F, Wang G, Chen Y, Yang Y. A Case-Control Study of Diet and Lung Cancer in Northeast China. Int. J. Cancer: 71, 924-931. 1997.

Hu J, Johnson KC, Mao Y, Guo L, Zhao X, Jia X, Bi D, Huang G, Lui R. Risk Factors for Glioma in Adults: A Case-Control Study in Northeast China, Cancer Detection and Prevention: 22(2); 100-108. 1998.

Johnson KC, Mao Y, Argo J, Dubois S, Semenciw R, Lava J and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. The National Enhanced Cancer Surveillance System: A Case-control Approach to Environment-Related Cancer Surveillance in Canada. Environmetrics: 9,495-504. 1998.
Mills CJ, Bull RJ, Cantor K, Reif J, Hrudey S and the expert working group (including Johnson KC). Health Risk of drinking water chlorination by-products: Report of an expert working group. Chronic Diseases in Canada 1998; 19(3):91-102.

Villeneuve PJ, Johnson KC, Kreiger N, Mao Y, and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Risk factors for prostate cancer: results from the Canadian National Enhanced Surveillance System. Cancer Causes and Control. 10: 355-367. 1999.

Johnson KC. National Enhanced Cancer Surveillance System: A Federal-Provincial Collaboration to Examine Environmental Risks - Status Report Chronic Diseases in Canada. 21(1): 34 -35. 2000.

Parkes R, Kreiger N, James B, Johnson KC. Effects On Response Rates Of Information Brochures And Small Cash Incentives In A Mail-Based Case-Control Study. Annals of Epidemiology. 10(2):117-124. 2000.

Johnson KC, Hu J, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Passive and Active Smoking and Breast Cancer Risk in Canada 1994-97. Cancer Causes and Control. 11: 211-221. 2000.

Johnson KC, Repace J. Re: Publication Bias and Passive Smoking and Lung Cancer - Turning over the wrong stone. BMJ 321:1221. 2000.

Villeneuve PJ, Johnson KC, Hanley AJG, Mao Y, and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Alcohol, tobacco and coffee consumption and the risk of pancreatic cancer: results from the Canadian Enhanced Surveillance System case-control project. European J Cancer Prev. 9:49-58. 2000.

Johnson KC Re: Breast Cancer-epidemiology, risk factors and genetics. BMJ. 322:365.2001

Johnson KC. Re: Passive smoking and female breast cancer mortality. J Natl Cancer Inst. 93(9):719-20.2001

Johnson KC, Hu J, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Lifetime residential and occupational exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and lung cancer in never -smoking women, Canada 1994-97. Int J Cancer 2001, 93:902-6.

Johnson KC, Mao Y. National stroke surveillance program needed in Canada. CMAJ. 2001 Oct, 2; 165(7):886-7.

Hanley AJG, Johnson KC, Villeneuve PJ, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Physical activity, anthropometric factors, and the risk of pancreatic cancer: Results from the Canadian Enhanced Surveillance System. Int J Cancer. 2001 Oct 1; 94(1):140-7.

Villeneuve PJ, Agnew DA, Johnson KC, Mao Y, and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Brain cancer and occupational exposure to magnetic fields among males: results from a Canadian population-based case-control. Int J Cancer, 2002; 31:210-217.

Fritschi L, Johnson KC, Kliewer E, Fry R and the Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Animal-related occupations and the risk of leukemia, myeloma and non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Cancer Causes Control. 2002 Aug; 13(6):563-71.

Johnson KC. Re: Evaluation of Potential Confounders in Planning a Study of Occupational Magnetic Field Exposure and Female Breast Cancer. Epidemiology. 2002 Sep; 13(5):610-1.

Johnson KC, Pan S, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Risk factors for male breast cancer in Canada, 1994-97. Eur J Cancer Prev. 2002 Jun; 11(3):253-63.

Johnson KC and Wells AJ. Re: Active and Passive Smoking in Breast Cancer: Prospective Results from the Nurses Health Study. Epidemiology. 2002 Nov; 13(6):745-6.

Hamajima N, Hirose K, Tajima K, Rohan T, Calle EE, Heath CW Jr, Coates RJ, Liff JM, Talamini R, Chantarakul N, Koetsawang S, Rachawat D, Morabia A, Schuman L, Stewart W, Szklo M, Bain C, Schofield F, Siskind V, Band P, Coldman AJ, Gallagher RP, Hislop TG, Yang P, Kolonel LM, Nomura AM, Hu J, Johnson KC, Mao Y, De Sanjose S, Lee N, Marchbanks P, Ory HW, Peterson HB, Wilson HG, Wingo PA, et al. Alcohol, tobacco and breast cancer -- collaborative reanalysis of individual data from 53 epidemiological studies, including 58,515 women with breast cancer and 95,067 women without the disease. Br J Cancer. 2002 Nov 18; 87(11):1234-45.

Villeneuve P, Johnson KC, Hanley AJG, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Passive smoking and pancreatic cancer risk. 2004 Can J Pub Health 95(1):32-37.

Pan S, Johnson KC, Ugnat AM, Wen SW, Mao Y and The Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. Association of Obesity and Cancer Risk. 2004. Am J Epid 159(3):259-268.

Do M, Birkett N, Johnson KC, Krewski D, Villeneuve P and CCRERG. Chlorination Disinfection By-products and Pancreatic Cancer Risk. Environmental Health Perspectives, 113(4). April 2005.

Nkondjock A, Ghadirian P, Johnson KC, Krewski D. Dietary Intake of Lycopene Is Associated with Reduced Pancreatic Cancer Risk. J Nutr 2005; 135(3):592-597.

Nkondjock A, Krewski D, Johnson KC, Ghadirian P. Dietary patterns and risk of pancreatic cancer. Int J Cancer 2005; 114(5):817-823.

Kasim K, Levallois P, Abdous B, Auger P, Johnson KC. Environmental tobacco smoke and risk of adult leukemia. Epidemiology 2005; 16(5):672-680

Johnson KC. Accumulating evidence on passive and active smoking and breast cancer risk. Int J Cancer 2005; 117(4):619-628.

Kasim K, Levallois P, Abdous B, Auger P, Johnson KC. Lifestyle factors and the risk of adult leukemia in Canada. Cancer Causes Control 2005; 16(5):489-500.

Repace J, Johnson KC. Can Displacement Ventilation Control Secondhand ETS? ASHRAE IAQ Applications 2006; 7(4):1-6.

Johnson KC. Re: Lissowska J, Brinton LA, Zatonski W, et al. Tobacco smoking, NAT2 acetylation genotype and breast cancer risk. (Int J Cancer 2006; 119:1961-69). More evidence for passive and active smoking and breast cancer risk among younger women. Int J Cancer 2007.

Miller MD, Marty MA, Broadwin R, Johnson KC, Salmon AG, Winder B et al. The association between exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and breast cancer: a review by the California Environmental Protection Agency. Prev Med 2007; 44(2):93-106

Johnson, KC, Glantz S. Evidence that secondhand smoke causes breast cancer in 2005 stronger than for lung cancer in 1986. Prev Med (epub ahead of print Dec 2007)

Mina K, Fritschi L, Johnson KC; Canadian Cancer Registries Epidemiology Research Group. An inverse association between preserved fish and prostate cancer: results from a population-based case-control study in Canada. Nutr Cancer. 2008;60(2):222-6.

Collishaw NE (Chair), Boyd NF, Cantor KP, Hammond SK, Johnson KC, Millar J, Miller AB, Miller M, Palmer JR, Salmon AG, Turcotte F. Canadian Expert Panel on Tobacco Smoke and Breast Cancer Risk. Toronto, Canada: Ontario Tobacco Research Unit, OTRU Special Report Series, April 2009.

Kasim K, Levallois P, Abdous B, Auger P and Johnson KC. Recreational Physical Activity and The Risk of Adult Leukemia in Canada. Cancer Causes and Control, May 21, 2009.

Bottorff, JL, McKeown, SB, Carey, J, Haines, R, Okoli, C, Johnson, KC, Easley, J, Ferrence, R, Baillie, L, & Ptolemy, E. (2010). Young women's responses to smoking and breast cancer risk information. Health Education Research. DOI: 10.1093/her/cyp067.

Daviss, BA, Johnson, KC, Lalonde A. Evolving Evidence Since the Term Breech Trial: Canadian Response, European Dissent, and Potential Solutions. J Obstet Gynaecol 2010;32(3):217-224.

Conlon MSC, Bewick M, Johnson KC, Lafrenie R, Donner A. Smoking (Active and Passive), N-Acetyltransferase 2, and risk of breast cancer. Cancer Epidemiology. Cancer Epidemiology 2010;34:142-149.


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES -IN PRESS

Johnson KC, Miller AB, Collishaw N, Palmer JR, Hammond SK, Salmon AG, Cantor KP, Miller MD, Boyd NF, Millar J, Turcotte F. Active Smoking and Secondhand Smoke Increase Breast Cancer Risk: The Report of the Canadian Expert Panel on Tobacco Smoke and Breast Cancer Risk (2009). Tobacco Control (accepted June 10, 2010)

Johnson KC. Environmental Tobacco Smoke and Cancer. Chron Dis Can, Supplement, 2010. # Johnson KC, Daviss BA. Re:Planned home and hospital births in South Australia, 1991ľ2006: differences in outcome. Med J of Austr. Accepted, planned publication date: June 22, 2010)



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