Heather Orom, PhD

University at Buffalo
School of Public Health and Health Professions
304 Kimball Tower
3435 Main St.
Buffalo, NY
USA 14214
3057.0 Lay epidemiologies of asbestos-related disease in Libby, MT
3307.0 Theory of planned behavior and health disparities: Can models of individual-level processes be extended to complex multi-level phenomena?
4179.0 Racial variations in patterns of cancer information seeking: Results from the 2003 Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS)
4343.0 Courtesy stigma at the community level: Stigmatized by association with the slow-motion technological disaster (SMTD) in Libby, MT
5183.0 Social conflict and its sources in a slow-motion technological disaster: The Libby, Montana amphibole-asbestos disaster
5183.0 Toxic social environments: A model for understanding and responding to slow-motion technological disasters based on the case of amphibole-asbestos exposure in Libby, Montana