Daniel Martin Cook

University of Nevada Reno
School of Community Health Sciences

Mailstop 274
UNR
Reno, NV
USA
89557
dmcook@unr.edu

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My research encompasses health policy with a focus on the role of the private sector in health and safety regulations, including: tobacco control, medication safety, and research ethics involving the evidence for policy.

Citation:
Cook, D.M., R.K. Gurugubelli, and L.A. Bero. 2009. "Risk Management Policy and Black Box Warnings at the US Food and Drug Administration." Drug Safety 32 (11):1057-1066.
Citation:
Cook, D.M., and L.A. Bero. 2009. "The Politics of Smoking in Federal Buildings: An Executive Order Case Study." American Journal of Public Health 99 (9):1588-1595.
Citation:
Davidson, L.A., C.T. Pettis, A.J. Joiner, D.M. Cook, C.M. Klugman. 2010. "Religion and Conscientious Objection: A Survey of Pharmacists' Willingness to Dispense Medications." Social Science & Medicine 71 (1):161-165.
Citation:
Cook, D.M., P.V. Moulton, T.M. Sacks & W. Yang. 2011. "Self-Reported Responses to Medication Therapy Management Services for Older Adults: Analysis of a 5-Year Program." Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 8 (3):217-227.

Substantive Focus:
Health Policy PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY
Agenda-Setting, Adoption, and Implementation SECONDARY

Keywords

HEALTH POLICY POLITICS OF SCIENCE HEALTH AND SAFETY REGULATION INEQUALITY