Margaret Handley, PhD, MPH

Professor

Dr. Margaret Handley is a public heath-trained epidemiologist in the Departments of Epidemiology and Biostatistics and the Center for Vulnerable Populations, at the University of California San Francisco, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She co-Directs the UCSF PRISE Center, Partnerships in Research in Implementation Science for Equity.

Dr. Handley’s research focuses on health communication for improving health outcomes and equity. She co-developed and co-directed the UCSF Training Program in Implementation Science for over 10 years, which focuses on translating evidence into practice, policy and public health and teaches courses in intervention development and implementation designs in real-world settings. She is one of the Principal Investigators for the NIH-funded R25 training program in implementation since (RISE, focusing on implementation science and health equity).

In 2022 she was awarded a Fulbright to develop training in implementation science applied to climate change interventions, in partnership with colleagues at the School of Public Health, Zagreb, Croatia.

She currently teaches “Study Designs for Interventions in Real World Settings” Her areas of interest are: intervention design, implementation science for health equity, public health literacy, migration and health/trans-national health, and environmental pollution. Dr. Handley has methodological expertise in community-engaged research, quasi-experimental designs, implementation science, practice-based research, and mixed methods. She is committed to implementation science skill-building across a wide range of settings, including under-resourced settings, UCSF-based degree programs, and nationally focused immersion and distance training for junior faculty under-represented in NIH funding. Dr. Handley also works in English as a Second Language (ESL) classrooms in the Bay Area with students and teachers to create effective risk communication materials for community and clinical settings.
Education
2020 - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training, University of California
PhD, 05/2000 - Epidemiology, University of California
MPH, 05/1990 - Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California
B.A, 05/1986 - Environmental Science, University of California
Honors and Awards
  • Fulbright US Scholar Award, US Fulbright Program-Croatia, 2022-2023
  • Consultant of the Year- Consistent Excellence, UCSF CTSI, 2013-2014
Websites
Publications
  1. Smith-Bernardin SM, Suen LW, Barr-Walker J, Cuervo IA, Handley MA. Scoping review of managed alcohol programs. 2022. PMID: 35879719


  2. Anita S. Hargrave, Cheyenne M. Garcia, Marguerita Lightfoot, Margaret A. Handley, John Weeks, Pamela Olsen, Kelly R. Knight & Margot B. Kushel (2022) ,. “We remember the pain”: a qualitative study of intergenerational trauma among older adults experiencing homelessness in the HOPE HOME study 2022. PMID:


  3. Emily Dimond, Cara Conaboy, Margaret Handley, Terry T-K Huang, Donald Rose, Melissa Fuster. Assessing the Implementation Outcomes of Interventions to Promote Healthy Eating in Latin American Restaurants. 2022. PMID:


  4. Anita S. Hargrave, Cheyenne M. Garcia, Marguerita Lightfoot, Margaret A. Handley, John Weeks, Pamela Olsen, Kelly R. Knight, Margot B. Kushel. “We remember the pain”: a qualitative study of intergenerational trauma among older adults experiencing homelessness in the HOPE HOME study. 2022. PMID:


  5. Fuster M, Abreu-Runkle R, Handley MA, Rose D, Rodriguez MA, Dimond EG, Elbel B, Huang TTK. Promoting healthy eating in Latin American restaurants: a qualitative survey of views held by owners and staff. 2022. PMID: 35477376


  6. Aranda-Díaz A, Imbert E, Strieff S, Graham-Squire D, Evans JL, Moore J, McFarland W, Fuchs J, Handley MA, Kushel M. Implementation of rapid and frequent SARS-CoV2 antigen testing and response in congregate homeless shelters. 2022. PMID: 35271622


  7. Mangurian C, Thomas MD, Mitsuishi F, Goldman LE, Niu G, Handley MA, Riano NS, Hwong A, Essock S, Dilley J, Newcomer JW, Schillinger D. Lessons Learned From a New Reverse-Integration Model to Improve Primary Care Screening in Community Mental Health Settings. 2022. PMID: 35138129


  8. Christopher Cai
    Kelly R. Knight
    Pamela Olsen
    John Weeks
    Margaret A. Handley
    Margot B. Kushel. Barriers and facilitators to resolving older adult homelessness through stays with family: qualitative findings from the HOPE HOME study 2022. PMID:


  9. Christopher Cai, Kelly R. Knight, Pamela Olsen, John Weeks, Margaret A. Handley, Margot B. Kushel. Barriers and facilitators to resolving older adult homelessness through stays with family: qualitative findings from the HOPE HOME study. 2022. PMID:


  10. Nalugwa T, Handley M, Shete P, Ojok C, Nantale M, Reza T, Katamba A, Cattamanchi A, Ackerman S. Readiness to implement on-site molecular testing for tuberculosis in community health centers in Uganda. 2022. PMID: 35109936


  11. Kerkhoff AD, Farrand E, Marquez C, Cattamanchi A, Handley MA. Addressing health disparities through implementation science-a need to integrate an equity lens from the outset. 2022. PMID: 35101088


  12. Cattamanchi A, Reza TF, Nalugwa T, Adams K, Nantale M, Oyuku D, Nabwire S, Babirye D, Turyahabwe S, Tucker A, Sohn H, Ferguson O, Thompson R, Shete PB, Handley MA, Ackerman S, Joloba M, Moore DAJ, Davis JL, Dowdy DW, Fielding K, Katamba A. Multicomponent Strategy with Decentralized Molecular Testing for Tuberculosis. 2021. PMID: 34936740


  13. Semitala FC, Kadota JL, Musinguzi A, Nabunje J, Welishe F, Nakitende A, Akello L, Bishop O, Patel D, Sammann A, Nahid P, Belknap R, Kamya MR, Handley MA, Phillips PPJ, Katahoire A, Berger CA, Kiwanuka N, Katamba A, Dowdy DW, Cattamanchi A. Completion of isoniazid-rifapentine (3HP) for tuberculosis prevention among people living with HIV: Interim analysis of a hybrid type 3 effectiveness-implementation randomized trial. 2021. PMID: 34914696


  14. Wesson P, Hswen Y, Valdez G, Stojanovski K, Handley MA. Risks and Opportunities to Ensure Equity in the Application of Big Data Research in Public Health. 2021. PMID: 34871504


  15. Rogers CR, Brooks E, Curtin K, De Vera MA, Qeadan F, Rogers TN, Petersen E, Gallagher P, Pesmen C, Johnson W, Henley C, Hickman W, Newcomb E, Korous KM, Handley MA. Protocol for #iBeatCRC: a community-based intervention to increase early-onset colorectal cancer awareness using a sequential explanatory mixed-methods approach. 2021. PMID: 34862279


  16. Digitale JC, Stojanovski K, McCulloch CE, Handley MA. Study Designs to Assess Real-World Interventions to Prevent COVID-19. 2021. PMID: 34386470


  17. Melissa Fuster, Rosa Abreu-Runkel, Terry T-K Huang, Michelle Rodriguez, Elise Harrison, Brian Elbel, Krishnendu Ray, Margaret Handley. Facilitating Healthy Eating in Latin American Restaurants: Examining Acceptability and Barriers Among Restaurant Owners and Staff. 2021. PMID:


  18. Handley MA, Landeros J, Wu C, Najmabadi A, Vargas D, Athavale P. What matters when exploring fidelity when using health IT to reduce disparities? 2021. PMID: 33827562


  19. Reza TF, Nalugwa T, Nantale M, Adams K, Fielding K, Nakaweesa A, Oyuku D, Nabwire S, Musinguzi J, Ojok C, Babirye D, Ackerman SL, Handley MA, Kityamuwesi A, Dowdy DW, Moore DAJ, Davis JL, Turyahabwe S, Katamba A, Cattamanchi A. Design and execution of a public randomization ceremony to enhance stakeholder engagement within a cluster randomized trial to improve tuberculosis diagnosis in Uganda. 2021. PMID: 34027222


  20. Fuster M, Pouget ER, Handley MA, Ray K, Elbel B, Sakowitz EN, Halvey K, Huang T. Ethnic Restaurant Nutrition Environments and Cardiovascular Health: Examining Hispanic Caribbean Restaurants in New York City. 2020. PMID: 32989358


  21. Kadota JL, Musinguzi A, Nabunje J, Welishe F, Ssemata JL, Bishop O, Berger CA, Patel D, Sammann A, Katahoire A, Nahid P, Belknap R, Phillips PPJ, Namusobya J, Kamya M, Handley MA, Kiwanuka N, Katamba A, Dowdy D, Semitala FC, Cattamanchi A. Protocol for the 3HP Options Trial: a hybrid type 3 implementation-effectiveness randomized trial of delivery strategies for short-course tuberculosis preventive therapy among people living with HIV in Uganda. 2020. PMID: 32787925


  22. Rodríguez LA, Barquera S, Aguilar-Salinas CA, Sepúlveda-Amor J, Sánchez-Romero LM, Denova-Gutiérrez E, Balderas N, Moreno-Loaeza L, Handley MA, Basu S, López-Arellano O, Gallardo-Hernández A, Schillinger D. Design of a cluster-randomized trial of the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of metformin on prevention of type 2 diabetes among prediabetic Mexican adults (the PRuDENTE initiative of Mexico City). 2020. PMID: 32580032


  23. Moira Inkelas, Brian Mittman, Margaret Handley, Miriam Bender, Brad Pollock, Oanh Nguyen, Greg Aarons, Michael Cousineau, Rachael Sak. 4231 Identifying Educational Needs of Researchers and Health System and Health Agency Leaders in the Science of Implementation and Improvement: Report from California CTSAs. 2020. PMID:


  24. Melissa Fuster, Enrique Pouget, Eddie Nelson Sakowitz, Kayla Halvey, Krishnendu Ray, Brian Elbel, Margaret Handley, Terry T-K Huang. Examining Community Restaurant Nutrition Environments for Cardiovascular Health: An Assessment of Hispanic Caribbean Restaurants in New York City. 2020. PMID:


  25. Reza TF, Nalugwa T, Farr K, Nantale M, Oyuku D, Nakaweesa A, Musinguzi J, Vangala M, Shete PB, Tucker A, Ferguson O, Fielding K, Sohn H, Dowdy D, Moore DAJ, Davis JL, Ackerman SL, Handley MA, Katamba A, Cattamanchi A. Study protocol: a cluster randomized trial to evaluate the effectiveness and implementation of onsite GeneXpert testing at community health centers in Uganda (XPEL-TB). 2020. PMID: 32316993


  26. Rosenwohl-Mack S, Kushel M, Ramsey C, Handley M, Knight KR. "We Really Help, Taking Care of Each Other": Older Homeless Adults as Caregivers. 2019. PMID: 31903411


  27. Lyson HC, Ackerman S, Lyles C, Schillinger D, Williams P, Gourley G, Gupta R, Handley M, Sarkar U. Redesigning primary care in the safety net: A qualitative analysis of team-based care implementation. 2018. PMID: 30552044


  28. Moise N, Shah RN, Essock S, Jones A, Carruthers J, Handley MA, Peccoralo L, Sederer L. Sustainability of collaborative care management for depression in primary care settings with academic affiliations across New York State. 2018. PMID: 30314522


  29. Chaisson LH, Duong D, Cattamanchi A, Roemer M, Handley MA, Schillinger D, Sur M, Pham P, Lin MA, Goldman LE, Quan J, Perez S, Healy M, Higashi J, Winston L, Haller B, Luetkemeyer AF, Davis JL. Association of Rapid Molecular Testing With Duration of Respiratory Isolation for Patients With Possible Tuberculosis in a US Hospital. 2018. PMID: 30178007


  30. Santos MG, Gorukanti AL, Jurkunas LM, Handley MA. The Health Literacy of U.S. Immigrant Adolescents: A Neglected Research Priority in a Changing World. 2018. PMID: 30257475


  31. Lyles CR, Handley MA, Ackerman SL, Schillinger D, Williams P, Westbrook M, Gourley G, Sarkar U. Innovative Implementation Studies Conducted in US Safety Net Health Care Settings: A Systematic Review. 2018. PMID: 30198304


  32. Fontil V, Lyles CR, Schillinger D, Handley MA, Ackerman S, Gourley G, Bibbins-Domingo K, Sarkar U. Safety-net institutions in the US grapple with new cholesterol treatment guidelines: a qualitative analysis from the PHoENIX Network. 2018. PMID: 30034258


  33. Tuot DS, McCulloch CE, Velasquez A, Schillinger D, Hsu CY, Handley M, Powe NR. Impact of a Primary Care CKD Registry in a US Public Safety-Net Health Care Delivery System: A Pragmatic Randomized Trial. 2018. PMID: 29699885


  34. Handley MA, Lyles CR, McCulloch C, Cattamanchi A. Selecting and Improving Quasi-Experimental Designs in Effectiveness and Implementation Research. Volume 39. 2018. PMID: 29328873


  35. Mangurian C, Niu GC, Schillinger D, Newcomer JW, Dilley J, Handley MA. Utilization of the Behavior Change Wheel framework to develop a model to improve cardiometabolic screening for people with severe mental illness. Volume 12 of Issue 1. 2017. PMID: 29137666


  36. Handley MA, Nelson K, Sanford E, Clarity C, Emmons-Bell S, Gorukanti A, Kennelly P. Examining Lead Exposures in California through State-Issued Health Alerts for Food Contamination and an Exposure-Based Candy Testing Program. 2017. PMID: 29084633


  37. Clarity C, Sarkar U, Lee J, Handley MA, Goldman LE. Clinician Perspectives on the Management of Abnormal Subcritical Tests in an Urban Academic Safety-Net Health Care System. Volume 43 of Issue 10. 2017. PMID: 28942776


  38. Ackerman SL, Sarkar U, Tieu L, Handley MA, Schillinger D, Hahn K, Hoskote M, Gourley G, Lyles C. Meaningful use in the safety net: a rapid ethnography of patient portal implementation at five community health centers in California. Volume 24 of Issue 5. 2017. PMID: 28340229


  39. Hiatt RA, Handley MA, Ling PM, Burchard E, Thakur N, Bibbins-Domingo K. Origins of Cancer Disparities in Young Adults: Logic Models to Guide Research. Volume 53 of Issue 3S1. 2017. PMID: 28818252


  40. Clarity C, Gourley G, Lyles C, Ackerman S, Handley MA, Schillinger D, Sarkar U, Conigliaro J. Implementation Science Workshop: Barriers and Facilitators to Increasing Mammography Screening Rates in California's Public Hospitals. Volume 32 of Issue 6. 2017. PMID: 28188571


  41. Hemmat S, Schillinger D, Lyles C, Ackerman S, Gourley G, Vittinghoff E, Handley M, Sarkar U. Performance Measurement and Target-Setting in California's Safety Net Health Systems. Volume 33 of Issue 2. 2017. PMID: 28555507


  42. Ayakaka I, Ackerman S, Ggita JM, Kajubi P, Dowdy D, Haberer JE, Fair E, Hopewell P, Handley MA, Cattamanchi A, Katamba A, Davis JL. Identifying barriers to and facilitators of tuberculosis contact investigation in Kampala, Uganda: a behavioral approach. Volume 12 of Issue 1. 2017. PMID: 28274245


  43. Handley MA, Harleman E, Gonzalez-Mendez E, Stotland NE, Althavale P, Fisher L, Martinez D, Ko J, Sausjord I, Rios C. Applying the COM-B model to creation of an IT-enabled health coaching and resource linkage program for low-income Latina moms with recent gestational diabetes: the STAR MAMA program. 2016. PMID: 27193580


  44. Handley MA, Gorukanti A, Cattamanchi A. Strategies for implementing implementation science: a methodological overview. Volume 33 of Issue 9. 2016. PMID: 26893401


  45. Garg SK, Lyles CR, Ackerman S, Handley MA, Schillinger D, Gourley G, Aulakh V, Sarkar U. Qualitative analysis of programmatic initiatives to text patients with mobile devices in resource-limited health systems. Volume 16. 2016. PMID: 26851941


  46. Rogers EA, Fine SC, Handley MA, Davis HB, Kass J, Schillinger D. Engaging Minority Youth in Diabetes Prevention Efforts Through a Participatory, Spoken-Word Social Marketing Campaign. 2016. PMID: 26730553


  47. Ackerman SL, Boscardin C, Karliner L, Handley MA, Cheng S, Gaither TW, Hagey J, Hennein L, Malik F, Shaw B, Trinidad N, Zahner G, Gonzales R. The Action Research Program: Experiential Learning in Systems-Based Practice for First-Year Medical Students. 2016. PMID: 27064720


  48. Urmimala Sarkar, David Lown, Sara Ackerman, Courtney Lyles, Gato Gourley, Dean Schillinger, Margaret A Handley. Coordinated performance measurement and improvement efforts in California's safety net systems: early experience and lessons. 2015. PMID:


  49. Tuot DS, Velasquez A, McCulloch CE, Banerjee T, Zhu Y, Hsu CY, Handley M, Schillinger D, Powe NR. The Kidney Awareness Registry and Education (KARE) study: protocol of a randomized controlled trial to enhance provider and patient engagement with chronic kidney disease. Volume 16. 2015. PMID: 26494562


  50. Ratanawongsa N, Karter AJ, Quan J, Parker MM, Handley M, Sarkar U, Schmittdiel JA, Schillinger D. Reach and Validity of an Objective Medication Adherence Measure Among Safety Net Health Plan Members with Diabetes: A Cross-Sectional Study. Volume 21 of Issue 8. 2015. PMID: 26233541


  51. Ross JM, Cattamanchi A, Miller CR, Tatem AJ, Katamba A, Haguma P, Handley MA, Davis JL. Investigating Barriers to Tuberculosis Evaluation in Uganda Using Geographic Information Systems. Volume 93 of Issue 4. 2015. PMID: 26217044


  52. Chaisson LH, Katamba A, Haguma P, Ochom E, Ayakaka I, Mugabe F, Miller C, Vittinghoff E, Davis JL, Handley MA, Cattamanchi A. Theory-Informed Interventions to Improve the Quality of Tuberculosis Evaluation at Ugandan Health Centers: A Quasi-Experimental Study. Volume 10 of Issue 7. 2015. PMID: 26172948


  53. Chao MT, Handley MA, Quan J, Sarkar U, Ratanawongsa N, Schillinger D. Disclosure of complementary health approaches among low income and racially diverse safety net patients with diabetes. 2015. PMID: 26146238


  54. Quan J, Lee AK, Handley MA, Ratanawongsa N, Sarkar U, Tseng S, Schillinger D. Automated Telephone Self-Management Support for Diabetes in a Low-Income Health Plan: A Health Care Utilization and Cost Analysis. Volume 18 of Issue 6. 2015. PMID: 26102298


  55. Cattamanchi A, Miller CR, Tapley A, Haguma P, Ochom E, Ackerman S, Davis JL, Katamba A, Handley MA. Health worker perspectives on barriers to delivery of routine tuberculosis diagnostic evaluation services in Uganda: a qualitative study to guide clinic-based interventions. Volume 15. 2015. PMID: 25609495


  56. Triveni DeFries, Maricela Rodrigues, Amireh Ghorob, Margaret Handley. Health Communication and Action Planning with Immigrant Patients: Aligning Clinician and Community Perspectives. 2015. PMID:


  57. Royce S, Khann S, Yadav RP, Mao ET, Cattamanchi A, Sam S, Handley MA. Identifying multidrug resistance in previously treated tuberculosis patients: a mixed-methods study in Cambodia. 2014. PMID: 25299861


  58. Maria T. Chao, Margaret Handley, Judy Quan, Urmimala Sarkar, Neda Ratanawongsa, Dean Schillinger. Disclosure of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Use Among Diverse Safety Net Patients with Diabetes. 2014. PMID:


  59. Ratanawongsa N, Handley MA, Sarkar U, Quan J, Pfeifer K, Soria C, Schillinger D. Diabetes health information technology innovation to improve quality of life for health plan members in urban safety net. Volume 37 of Issue 2. 2014. PMID: 24594561


  60. Eng JA, Hunter CJ, Handley MA, Boscardin CK, Gonzales R, Ackerman SL. Patient attitudes about specialty follow-up care by telephone. 2014. PMID: 24738534


  61. Santos MG, Handley MA, Omark K, Schillinger D. ESL participation as a mechanism for advancing health literacy in immigrant communities. 2014. PMID: 25315586


  62. McBride D, Dohan D, Handley MA, Powe NR, Tuot DS. Developing a CKD registry in primary care: provider attitudes and input. Volume 63 of Issue 4. 2013. PMID: 24295612


  63. Sanford ED, Handley MA. Population health and accountable care organizations. 2013. PMID: 23860996


  64. Lyles CR, Schillinger D, Lopez A, Handley M, Ratanawongsa N, Sarkar U. Safety events during an automated telephone self-management support intervention. Volume 7 of Issue 3. 2013. PMID: 23759391


  65. Handley MA, Robles M, Sanford E, Collins N, Seligman H, Defries T, Perez R, Grieshop J. Navigating changing food environments - Transnational perspectives on dietary behaviours and implications for nutrition counselling. 2012. PMID: 23088255


  66. Gonzalez-Mendez E, Gonzales-Mendez E, Gonzalez-Maddux C, Hall C, Maddux-Gonzalez M, Handley MA. An examination of cesarean and vaginal birth histories among Hispanic women entering prenatal care in two California counties with large immigrant populations. 2012. PMID: 21298482


  67. Gonzales R, Handley MA, Ackerman S, O'sullivan PS. A framework for training health professionals in implementation and dissemination science. 2012. PMID: 22373617


  68. Ratanawongsa N, Handley MA, Quan J, Sarkar U, Pfeifer K, Soria C, Schillinger D. Quasi-experimental trial of diabetes Self-Management Automated and Real-Time Telephonic Support (SMARTSteps) in a Medicaid managed care plan: study protocol. Volume 12. 2012. PMID: 22280514


  69. Ratanawongsa N, Bhandari VK, Handley M, Rundall T, Hammer H, Schillinger D. Primary care provider perceptions of the effectiveness of two self-management support programs for vulnerable patients with diabetes. 2012. PMID: 22401329


  70. Gonzales R, Handley MA. Improving glycemic control when "usual" diabetes care is not enough. 2011. PMID: 21986349


  71. Stoddard P, Handley MA, Vargas Bustamante A, Schillinger D. The influence of indigenous status and community indigenous composition on obesity and diabetes among Mexican adults. 2011. PMID: 22033376


  72. Lucia MB, Anu R, Handley M, Gillet JP, Wu CP, De Donatis GM, Cauda R, Gottesman MM. Exposure to HIV-protease inhibitors selects for increased expression of P-glycoprotein (ABCB1) in Kaposi's sarcoma cells. 2011. PMID: 21829205


  73. MARICEL G. SANTOS, JEFF MCCLELLAND, MARGARET HANDLEY. Language Lessons on Immigrant Identity, Food Culture, and the Search for Home. 2011. PMID:


  74. Fagnan LJ, Handley MA, Rollins N, Mold J. Voices from left of the dial: reflections of practice-based researchers. 2010. PMID: 20616286


  75. Sarkar U, Handley MA, Gupta R, Tang A, Murphy E, Seligman HK, Shojania KG, Schillinger D. What happens between visits? Adverse and potential adverse events among a low-income, urban, ambulatory population with diabetes. Volume 19 of Issue 3. 2010. PMID: 20378619


  76. Pérez RL, Handley MA, Grieshop J. NAPA Bulletin 2010. PMID:


  77. Westfall JM, Fagnan LJ, Handley M, Salsberg J, McGinnis P, Zittleman LK, Macaulay AC. Practice-based research is community engagement. 2009. PMID: 19587257


  78. Villalobos M, Merino-Sánchez C, Hall C, Grieshop J, Gutiérrez-Ruiz ME, Handley MA. Lead (II) detection and contamination routes in environmental sources, cookware and home-prepared foods from Zimatlán, Oaxaca, Mexico. 2009. PMID: 19185330


  79. Mold JW, Pasternak A, McCaulay A, Manca D, Rubin G, Westfall J, Beasley J, Hickner J, Fagnan LJ, Handley M, Haddy R, Hankey T. Definitions of common terms relevant to primary care research. 2008. PMID: 19001315


  80. Sarkar U, Handley MA, Gupta R, Tang A, Murphy E, Seligman HK, Shojania KG, Schillinger D. Use of an interactive, telephone-based self-management support program to identify adverse events among ambulatory diabetes patients. Volume 23 of Issue 4. 2008. PMID: 18373145


  81. Handley MA, Grieshop J. Globalized migration and transnational epidemiology. 2007. PMID: 17440022


  82. Schillinger D, Hammer H, Wang F, Palacios J, McLean I, Tang A, Youmans S, Handley M. Seeing in 3-D: examining the reach of diabetes self-management support strategies in a public health care system. 2007. PMID: 17513690


  83. Goldman LE, Handley M, Rundall TG, Schillinger D. Current and future directions in Medi-Cal chronic disease care management: a view from the top. 2007. PMID: 17488192


  84. Handley MA, Hall C, Sanford E, Diaz E, Gonzalez-Mendez E, Drace K, Wilson R, Villalobos M, Croughan M. Globalization, binational communities, and imported food risks: results of an outbreak investigation of lead poisoning in Monterey County, California. 2007. PMID: 17395841


  85. MacGregor K, Handley M, Wong S, Sharifi C, Gjeltema K, Schillinger D, Bodenheimer T. Behavior-change action plans in primary care: a feasibility study of clinicians. 2006. PMID: 16672674


  86. Handley M, MacGregor K, Schillinger D, Sharifi C, Wong S, Bodenheimer T. Using action plans to help primary care patients adopt healthy behaviors: a descriptive study. 2006. PMID: 16672675


  87. MacGregor K, Wong S, Sharifi C, Handley M, Bodenheimer T. The action plan project: discussing behavior change in the primary care visit. 2005. PMID: 16049082


  88. Hankins CA, Gendron S, Handley MA, Richard C, Tung MT, O'Shaughnessy M. HIV infection among women in prison: an assessment of risk factors using a nonnominal methodology. 1994. PMID: 7943484


  89. Hankins CA, Lamont JA, Handley MA. Cervicovaginal screening in women with HIV infection: a need for increased vigilance? 1994. PMID: 8313287


  90. Hankins C, Gendron S, Handley M, Rouah F, O'Shaughnessy M. HIV-1 infection among incarcerated men--Quebec. 1991. PMID: 1751978


  91. Smith AH, Handley MA, Wood R. Epidemiological evidence indicates asbestos causes laryngeal cancer. 1990. PMID: 2143221


  92. Quint J, Handley M, Cummings K. Workplace health hazards: analysis of hotline calls over a six-year period. 1990. PMID: 2297067