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Tainayah W. Thomas

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Kaiser Permanente Division of Research
2000 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612

510-891-3503 (phone)
tainayah.w.thomas@kp.org


Current Position(s):

  • Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California

Section Affiliations:

Primary Research Interests:

  • Prediabetes
  • Delivery and implementation science
  • Primary care improvement
  • Health disparities

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    Is Shelter-in-Place Policy Related to Mail Order Pharmacy Use and Racial/Ethnic Disparities for Patients With Diabetes?

    Author(s): Thomas TW; Dyer WT; Yassin M; Neugebauer R; Karter AJ; Schmittdiel JA

    Diabetes Care. 2021 Apr 13.

    PubMed abstract

    Did the 2015 USPSTF Abnormal Blood Glucose Recommendations Change Clinician Attitudes or Behaviors? A Mixed-Method Assessment

    Author(s): Thomas TW; Golin CE; Kinlaw AC; Kirkman MS; Golden SD; Lightfoot AF; Samuel-Hodge CD

    J Gen Intern Med. 2021 Apr 07.

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    "They were just waiting for me to mess up": A critical discourse analysis of immigrant Latinx teens' perceptions of power dynamics.

    Author(s): Merino, Yesenia Y; Thomas, Tainayah T; Lightfoot, Alexandra A; Eng, Eugenia E; Simán, Florence F; Thatcher, Kari K; Chapman, Mimi M

    Journal of community psychology. 2019 Nov 09;():. Epub 2019-11-09.

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    Scaling Up Diabetes Prevention Programs in North Carolina: Perceptions of Demand From Potential Program Recipients and Providers.

    Author(s): Thomas, Tainayah T; Samuel-Hodge, Carmen D CD; Porterfield, Deborah S DS; Alva, Maria L ML; Leeman, Jennifer J

    The Diabetes educator. 2019 02 09;45(1):116-124. Epub 2018-11-09.

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    A Feasibility Study of Supply and Demand for Diabetes Prevention Programs in North Carolina.

    Author(s): Alva, Maria L ML; Samuel-Hodge, Carmen D CD; Porterfield, Deborah D; Thomas, Tainayah T; Leeman, Jennifer J

    Preventing chronic disease. 2017 06 29;14(1):E51. Epub 2017-06-29.

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    Making a difference in medical trainees' attitudes toward Latino patients: A pilot study of an intervention to modify implicit and explicit attitudes.

    Author(s): Chapman, Mimi V MV; Hall, William J WJ; Lee, Kent K; Colby, Robert R; Coyne-Beasley, Tamera T; Day, Steve S; Eng, Eugenia E; Lightfoot, Alexandra F AF; Merino, Yesenia Y; Simán, Florence M FM; Thomas, Tainayah T; Thatcher, Kari K; Payne, Keith K

    Social science & medicine (1982). 2018 02 09;199(1):202-208. Epub 2017-05-05.

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    Implicit Racial/Ethnic Bias Among Health Care Professionals and Its Influence on Health Care Outcomes: A Systematic Review.

    Author(s): Hall, William J WJ; Chapman, Mimi V MV; Lee, Kent M KM; Merino, Yesenia M YM; Thomas, Tainayah W TW; Payne, B Keith BK; Eng, Eugenia E; Day, Steven H SH; Coyne-Beasley, Tamera T

    American journal of public health. 2015 Dec 29;105(12):e60-76. Epub 2015-10-15.

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    Does well-child care have a future in pediatrics?

    Author(s): Coker, Tumaini R TR; Thomas, Tainayah T; Chung, Paul J PJ

    Pediatrics. 2013 Apr 29;131 Suppl 2(12):S149-59. Epub 2015-10-15.

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    A syndemic model of substance abuse, intimate partner violence, HIV infection, and mental health among Hispanics.

    Author(s): González-Guarda, Rosa M RM; Florom-Smith, Aubrey L AL; Thomas, Tainayah T

    Public health nursing (Boston, Mass.). 2013 Apr 29;28(4):366-78. Epub 2011-02-10.

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