Rachel M. Mayo

TitleDr.
InstitutionClemson University
DepartmentPublic Health Sciences
Address519 Edwards Hall
Clemson, South Carolina 29634
Phone(864) 656-7435
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    1. Charron E, Rennert L, Mayo RM, Eichelberger KY, Dickes L, Truong KD. Contraceptive initiation after delivery among women with and without opioid use disorders: A retrospective cohort study in a statewide Medicaid population, 2005-2016. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2021 03 01; 220:108533. PMID: 33513446.
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    2. Francis EC, Charron E, Li M, Chen L, Mayo R, Butler LS, Rennert L. Third trimester maternal vitamin D and early childhood socioemotional development. Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol. 2021 May; 35(3):350-358. PMID: 33295049.
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    3. Charron E, Mayo RM, Heavner-Sullivan SF, Eichelberger KY, Dickes L, Truong KD, Rennert L. "It's a very nuanced discussion with every woman": Health care providers' communication practices during contraceptive counseling for patients with substance use disorders. Contraception. 2020 11; 102(5):349-355. PMID: 32941890.
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    4. Hudson JA, Charron E, Maple B, Krom M, Heavner-Sullivan SF, Mayo RM, Dickes L, Rennert L. Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Is Associated with Lower Rates of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia. Breastfeed Med. 2020 03; 15(3):176-182. PMID: 31934778.
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    5. Hudson J, Charron E, Bedi J, Dickes L, Mayo R, Sherrill WW. Managing Abstinence in Newborns (MAiN): Redesigning NAS care for the mother/baby unit. Healthc (Amst). 2020 Mar; 8(1):100404. PMID: 31883984.
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    6. Bedi JS, Mayo RM, Chen L, Dickes L, Sherrill WW, Jones K. Factors associated with longer endocrine therapy use by South Carolina Medicaid-insured breast cancer survivors. J Oncol Pharm Pract. 2020 Jan; 26(1):36-42. PMID: 30885081.
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    7. Bedi JS, Mayo RM, Truong K, Chen L, Dickes L, Sherrill WW, Jones K. Endocrine therapy use in the twenty-first century: usage rates and temporal trends illustrate opportunities for improvement for South Carolina Medicaid women. Breast Cancer Res Treat. 2018 Oct; 171(3):759-765. PMID: 29971626.
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    8. Summey J, Chen L, Mayo R, Charron E, Hudson JA, Sherrill WW, Dickes L. Early Treatment Innovation for Opioid-Dependent Newborns: A Retrospective Comparison of Outcomes, Utilization, Quality, and Safety, 2006-2014. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2018 06; 44(6):312-320. PMID: 29793880.
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    9. Dickes L, Summey J, Mayo R, Hudson J, Sherrill WW, Chen L. Potential for Medicaid Savings: A State and National Comparison of an Innovative Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Treatment Model. Popul Health Manag. 2017 12; 20(6):458-464. PMID: 28409699.
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    10. Hudson J, Mayo R, Dickes L, Chen L, Sherrill WW, Summey J, Dalton B, Dankovich K. Early Treatment for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: A Palliative Approach. Am J Perinatol. 2017 05; 34(6):576-584. PMID: 27907936.
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    11. Sherrill WW, Mayo RM, Truong KD, Pribonic AP, Schalkoff CA. Assessing medical student cultural competence: what really matters. Int J Med Educ. 2016 Jul 30; 7:248-54. PMID: 27474895.
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    12. Mayo R, Parker VG, Sherrill WW, Coltman K, Hudson MF, Nichols CM, Yates AM, Pribonic AP. Cutting Corners: Provider Perceptions of Interpretation Services and Factors Related to Use of an Ad Hoc Interpreter. Hisp Health Care Int. 2016 06; 14(2):73-80. PMID: 27257220.
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    13. Mayo RM, Sherrill WW, Truong KD, Nichols CM. Preparing for patient-centered care: assessing nursing student knowledge, comfort, and cultural competence toward the Latino population. J Nurs Educ. 2014 Jun; 53(6):305-12. PMID: 24766083.
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    14. Gibson LM, Thomas S, Parker V, Mayo R, Wetsel MA. Breast cancer fear in African American breast cancer survivors. J Cult Divers. 2014; 21(4):135-44. PMID: 25898498.
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    15. McCracken JL, Friedman DB, Brandt HM, Adams SA, Xirasagar S, Ureda JR, Mayo RM, Comer K, Evans M, Fedrick D, Talley J, Broderick M, Hebert JR. Findings from the Community Health Intervention Program in South Carolina: implications for reducing cancer-related health disparities. J Cancer Educ. 2013 Sep; 28(3):412-9. PMID: 23645547.
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    16. Mayo RM, Sherrill WW, Griffin SF, Parker VG. Content, placement, and acquisition of cancer education for Latino patient care: a qualitative study of medical and nursing students. J Cancer Educ. 2012 Dec; 27(4):618-24. PMID: 22948671.
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    17. Bendik MK, Mayo RM, Parker VG. Knowledge, perceptions, and motivations related to HPV vaccination among college women. J Cancer Educ. 2011 Sep; 26(3):459-64. PMID: 21336980.
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    18. Williams JE, Kabukuru A, Mayo R, Griffin SF. Commentary: A social-ecological perspective on obesity among Latinos. Ethn Dis. 2011; 21(4):467-72. PMID: 22428352.
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    19. Mayo R, Scott DB, Williams DG. The Upstate Witness Project: addressing breast and cervical cancer disparities in African American churches. J S C Med Assoc. 2009 Dec; 105(7):290-6. PMID: 20108721.
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    20. Sherrill WW, Crew L, Mayo RM, Mayo WF, Rogers BL, Haynes DF. Educational and health services innovation to improve care for rural Hispanic communities in the US. Educ Health (Abingdon). 2005 Nov; 18(3):356-67. PMID: 16236583.
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    21. Barron F, Hunter A, Mayo R, Willoughby D. Acculturation and adherence: issues for health care providers working with clients of Mexican origin. J Transcult Nurs. 2004 Oct; 15(4):331-7. PMID: 15359067.
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    22. Kemper KA, Rainey Dye C, Sherrill WW, Mayo RM. Guidelines for public health practitioners serving as student preceptors. Health Promot Pract. 2004 Apr; 5(2):160-73. PMID: 15090170.
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    23. Mayo RM, Sherrill WW, Crew L, Watt P, Mayo WW. Connecting rural African American and Hispanic women to cancer education and screening: the Avon Health Connector project. J Cancer Educ. 2004; 19(2):123-6. PMID: 15456670.
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    24. Mayo RM, Erwin DO, Spitler HD. Implications for breast and cervical cancer control for Latinas in the rural South: a review of the literature. Cancer Control. 2003 Sep-Oct; 10(5 Suppl):60-8. PMID: 14581906.
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    25. Mayo RM, Hunter A, Parker VG. Fatalism toward breast cancer among the women of Ghana. Health Care Women Int. 2003 Aug; 24(7):608-16. PMID: 14627208.
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