Published work

My work has appeared in…

publications2

Links are to a few pieces which I’m particularly proud of which are easily accessible in online archives.

bureaucrat2Print publications

 

“A patient’s guide to recovery after deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism” Circulation,2014; 129: e477-e479

“Cerebral and sinus vein thrombosis” Circulation,  2014;130:e68-e70

Why more health information does not lead to better healthKevinMD.com, 7-28-2013

Clinical interventions can prevent, minimize impact of VTE”, HemOnc Today, March 1, 2013

Prescription assistance available for patients who cannot afford anticoagulants”, Beth Waldron, MA; HemOnc Today January 10, 2012

hemoncInterruption of dabigatran therapy at times of surgery, colonoscopy and other procedures” Stephan Moll, MD; Beth Waldron, MA  HemOnc Today November 25, 2011

Balance: A Report on State Action to Promote Nutrition, Increase Physical Activity, and Prevent Obesity”, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, issues 5 and 6, 2010

“School product fundraisers get out of hand”, USA TODAY (Washington, DC), 10-24-2007

Make public school affordable for public”, The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), 8-27-2006

Why avoid using Merry Christmas“, The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), 12-1-2005

A weakness in our system”, USA TODAY (Washington,DC), 10-3-2005

“Vaccines running low”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 5-18-2005

ForbesHelp mothers by removing obstacles to part-time work”, USA TODAY (Washington,DC), 12-29-2004

Proper political behavior rules”, The Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL), 9-10-2004

Homeland security, Swiss chocolate and me”, USA TODAY (Washington,DC), 8-25-2004

“Star-spangled everything”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 6-26-2004

“Crunch time for local voters”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 2-18-2004

Some Dissembling Required”, The Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA), 12-19-2003

“Local elections hit home”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 10-30-2003circulation

History on the chopping block“, The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), 7-28-2003

“The best way to show patriotism”, The News and Record (Greensboro, NC), 7-6-2003

“Three cheers for the flag”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 6-14-2003

All politics should not be local“, The Christian Science Monitor (Boston, MA), 5-22-2003

“Councils to the president?” The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 5-13-2003

“I’ll find a place to park”, The Chapel Hill Herald, (Chapel Hill, NC) 3-17-2003

“Organizing work as if family really mattered”, The News and Observer (Raleigh, NC), 2-18-2002

Radio

WUNC National Public Radio‘s “The State of Things”, live call-in talk show format 6-10-2003

PBS video clipTelevision

“Preventing deep vein thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism: Dangerous Blood Clots”, PBS Healthy Body, Healthy Minds, Episode 2506, PBS distribution Spring 2013.

Deadly Blood Clots: The Dangers of Venous Thromboembolism”, PBS Healthy Body, Healthy Mind, Episode 1301,Itvsius production, PBS distribution, Fall 2009 release, 30 minutes.     Brief YouTube excerpt (jump to timepoint 3:50)

Thrombosis patient education” CDC film project, Spring 2010

Internet

Forbes.com, guest post 8-12-2011

CardioBrief/CardioExchange.com, guest posts 3-2012, 8-2011

eThrombosis,article 3-2010

ClotConnect.org, all content unless otherwise noted 2010-2014

Abstracts

Utilization of Web-Based Outreach Tools to Provide Information on VTE.  Stephan Moll MD; Beth Waldron MA  National Conference on Blood Disorders in Public Health March 2012

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