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Jo Anne L. Earp

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University of North Carolina

101 Manning Drive Suite 6002 East Wing

Chapel Hill, North Carolina,27514

United States

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One of only 41 NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center brings together some of the most exceptional physicians and scientists in the country to investigate and improve the prevention,... more

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NC-BCSP


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Lineberger & Co. LLC

Principal Investigator of Cancer Control Education Program


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UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center - NC Cancer Hospital

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Now under the leadership of Dr. Jo Anne Earp, the CCEP has renewed its NCI support through 2012.
The Program is based in the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jo Anne L. Earp, Sc.D., CCEP Director Dr. Jo Anne Earp, Professor and Chair of Health Behavior and Health Education, is an experienced cancer prevention and control researcher, mentor and administrator. A medical sociologist, she applies a behavioral science perspective to understanding the role that social and attitudinal factors play in explaining variation in health behaviors among groups of people, especially women and minorities. She has directed the NC Breast Cancer Screening Program, a nine-year long community intervention study funded by the National Cancer Institute, the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, and others. Her current research concerns barriers preventing older minority women from obtaining mammograms and pap smears and community/physician strategies for overcoming these barriers. Dr. Earp is also an expert in the design of data collection instruments, especially personal interviews with difficult-to-interview respondents, and regularly consults on methodological issues related to community health and patient education research. Jo Anne Earp, Sc.D., Professor and Chair, Health Behavior & Health Education


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Jo Anne Earp, Sc.D.,UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer CenterUniversity of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Jo Anne L Earp, ScDProfessor & Chair, Health Behavior and Health EducationCancer Prevention and Control ProgramResearch InterestsDr. Jo Anne Earp is a medical sociologist.In her research, she applies a behavioral science perspective to an understanding of the role that social and attitudinal factors play in explaining variation in health behaviors among groups of people, especially women.She has done research with both chronic and acutely ill patients, as well as with members of high-risk, often stigmatized or marginal groups (e.g., abused women, rape victims, low literacy minorities).She is an expert in the design of data collection instruments, especially personal interviews with difficult-to-interview respondents, and regularly consults on methodological issues related to community health and patient education research.For nearly thirty years she has been a principal or co-principal investigator on cancer-specific and STI-related grants, as well as numerous small grants, with students, on women's health issues.She is principal investigator of Lineberger's cancer control education program (R25) training grant, now in its twelfth year of funding and recently renewed for another five years.For ten years Dr. Earp was the principal investigator on a 3.3 million dollar NCI-funded study, the North Carolina Breast Cancer Screening Program (NC-BCSP).As principal investigator, Dr. Earp directed the NC-BCSP team of university staff, students, and post-docs, community outreach specialists, and lay health advisors to achieve NC-BCSP's primary aims: 1) increasing initial and repeat breast cancer screening mammography by Black women ages 40 years and older living in five rural eastern North Carolina counties; 2) improving follow-up of positive screening mammograms; and 3) establishing partnerships between health care providers and communities to maintain increased breast cancer screening and follow-up.In 2003, Dr. Earp successfully turned NC-BCSP over to two community groups who were trained to continue supporting three counties of LHAs.At the same time, she received two years support from NCI for an R21 grant that would allow her to understand better why some of NC-BCSP's counties were more successful than others in increasing the rate of African-Americans receiving regular breast cancer screening.Dr. Earp teaches or has taught several department courses, including: HBHE 250 (Survey Research Methods in Health Education) for 12 years; the Professional Development Seminar unit for doctoral students (HBHE 310); Public Health Perspective on Women's Health (HBHE 160); Advanced Evaluation Research Methods (HBHE 353); and directed HBHE 131, Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health, a core course for non-HBHE majors in the School of Public Health, from 1996-2003.She received the McGavran Award for Excellence in Teaching from UNC's School of Public Health in 1983 and the Greenberg Alumni Endowment Award in 1996.Recently the Jo Anne L. Earp Fellowship for doctoral students in Health Behavior and Health Education was established in her name.She has been chair of the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education since 1996, and was recently reappointed to another five year term.PublicationsEarp, J.A., Viadro, C.I., Vincus, A.A., Altpeter, M., Flax, V., Eng, E. "Lay Health Advisors: A Strategy for ‘Getting the Word Out' about Breast Cancer."Health Education and Behavior, 24(4):432-451, August, 1997.Flax, V.L., Earp, J.A. "Counseled Women's Perspectives on Their Interactions with Lay Health Advisors: A Feasibility Study."Health Education Research, 14(1):15-24, 1999.Hawley, S.T., Earp, J.A., O'Malley, M., and Ricketts, T.C. "The Role of Physician Recommendation in Women's Mammography Use; Is It a 2-Stage Process?"Medical Care, 38(4):392-403, 2000.O'Malley, M.S., Earp, J.A., Hawley, S.T., Schell, M.J., Mathews, H.F., Mitchell, J. "Who Gets the Message about Breast Cancer Screening?Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Physician Recommendation for Mammography" American Journal of Public Health, 91, (1):49-54; January, 2001.Earp, J. A., Eng., E., O'Malley, M. S., Altpeter, M., Rauscher, G. H., Mayne, L., Mathews, H. F., Lynch, K. S., and Qaqish, B. "Increasing Use of Mammography among Older, Rural African-American Women: Results from a Community Trial."American Journal of Public Health, 92(4):646-654, April, 2002.Bishop, C., Earp, J. A., Eng, E., and Lynch, K. S. Implementing a "Natural Helper" Lay Health Advisor Program: Lessons Learned from Unplanned Events.Health Promotion Practice, 3(2):233-244, April, 2002.Mayne, L. and Earp, J.A. "Initial and Repeat Mammography Screening: Different Behaviors/Different Predictors."The Journal of Rural Health, 19(1):63-71, 2003.Click here for a list of Publications on PubMed


Jo Anne L Earp - UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center

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Jo Anne L Earp Jo Anne L Earp, ScD, is a UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Member and Professor of Health Behavior at UNC-Chapel Hill Gillings School of Global Public Health. Info Jo Anne L Earp Dr. Jo Anne Earp is a medical sociologist. In her research, she applies a behavioral science perspective to an understanding of the role that social and attitudinal factors play in explaining variation in health behaviors among groups of people, especially women. She has done research with both chronic and acutely ill patients, as well as with members of high-risk, often stigmatized or marginal groups (e.g., abused women, low literacy minorities). She is an expert in the design of data collection instruments, especially personal interviews with difficult-to-interview respondents. For more than 35 years she was principal or co-principal investigator on cancer-specific and STI-related grants, as well as many small grants on women's health and patient advocacy issues. She is principal investigator of Lineberger's cancer control education program (R25) training grant, now in its twenty-second year of funding and recently renewed for another five years. For ten years Dr. Earp was the principal investigator on a 3.3 million dollar NCI-funded study, the North Carolina Breast Cancer Screening Program (NC-BCSP). As PI, Dr. Earp directed the NC-BCSP team of university staff, students, and post-docs, community outreach specialists, and about 200 lay health advisors to achieve NC-BCSP's primary aims of closing the racial gap in breast cancer screening. A physician-training component, funded for six years by the Susan G. Komen Foundation, encouraged providers to use a stage-based counseling approach (Ask, Advise, Assist) when recommending mammograms. A cervical cancer screening initiative, funded by NC-BCSP's second of two three-year grants from the Kate B. Reynolds Foundation, also allowed NC-BCSP to train more than fifty new lay health advisors and provide "booster sessions" to the original LHAs. More recently she translated the Trans Theoretical Model's Stages of Change theory into a physician decision aid for understanding a woman's barriers and quickly assessing her stage in the screening process. In 2003, Dr. Earp successfully turned NC-BCSP over to two community groups who were trained to continue supporting three counties of LHAs. A follow-up (2004) R21 grant from NCI allowed her to understand better why some NC-BCSP's counties were more successful than others in increasing the rate of African-Americans receiving screening. In 2011 NC-BCSP was designated a Research Tested Intervention Program (RTIP) by the NCI (http://rtips.cancer.gov/rtips/programDetails.do?programId=566594). Dr. Earp teaches or has taught several department courses, including: HBEH 750 (Survey Research Methods in Health Education) for 12 years; the Professional Development Seminar unit for doctoral students (HBEH 812); Public Health Perspective on Women's Health (HBEH 160); Advanced Evaluation Research Methods (HBEH 853); HBEH 850, research manuscript preparation for advanced doctoral students; and directed HBEH 600, Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health, a core course for non-HB majors in the Gillings School of Global Public Health, from 1996-2003. Until 2012, she taught HBEH 727, Patient Advocacy: Healing the Health Care System, for graduate health affairs students in the Fall semester.


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Jo Anne L Earp ScD
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Golden and Earp awarded for SOPHE paper of the year Shelley Golden, MPH, and Jo Anne Earp, ScD, co-wrote an article that received the Lawrence W. Green Paper of the Year Award at the 63rd annual meeting of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), held Oct. 25-27 in San Francisco. Jo Anne Earp, ScD Earp, professor and former chair of Gillings School of Global Public Health's Department of Health Behavior and member of UNC Lineberger, has been on the UNC public health faculty since 1974. "I also feel very honored," Golden said, "to have the paper recognized with an award named for Larry Green, whose work I employ in my teaching, and to share the award with Jo Anne Earp, my longtime mentor."


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