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Marian Moser Jones
Ph.D. Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia University, 2008, M.P.H., Columbia University, 2005
History and ethics of public health and human services, health policy and communications, sociomedical science
FMSC 383 Delivery of Human Services to Families
Jones, M. M. (forthcoming 2012). The American Red Cross, from Clara Barton to the New Deal. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Race, Class and Gender Disparities in Clara Barton’s Late Nineteenth-Century Disaster Relief,” Environment and History 17 (2011): 107-131.
“The American Red Cross and Local Response to the 1918 Influenza: A Four-City Case Study,” Public Health Reports, 2010 Supplement 3: 125:92-104.
Jones, M. M., & Bayer, R. “Paternalism and Its Discontents: Motorcycle Helmet Laws, Libertarian Values, and Public Health,” American Journal of Public Health, February 2007, 97: 208-217. Reprinted as a chapter in Colgrove, J, Markowitz, G, and Rosner, D, The Contested Boundaries of American Public Health, Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers, 2008.
Fairchild, A. 7Jones, M.M. “Ethics and the Conduct of Public Health Surveillance,” in
Fairchild, A., Colgrove, J., Jones, M. M., “The Challenge of Mandatory Evacuation: Providing for and Deciding For,” Health Affairs, July/Aug National Center for Disaster Preparedness-Children’s Health Fund
Fairchild A., Colgrove J., Jones M. M., Redlener I. Ethical and Legal Challenges Posed by Mandatory Hurricane Evacuation: Duties and Limits, December 2006.
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Protecting Public Health in New York City: 200 Years of Leadership, April 2005, online text available at http://www.nyc.gov/html/doh/downloads/pdf/bicentennial/historical-booklet.pdf. 2006, 25: 958-967.