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Hello, my name is Dr. Galen Cole. I’m a licensed counselor, board certified psychotherapist, certified cognitive behavioral therapist (CBT),  and a nationally certified clinical hypnotherapist. As you review this site you’ll discover that I provide services to individuals and couples out of two different offices in the Atlanta-Metro area. I also provide clinical hypnotherapy services in my office in Los Angeles, California, and will soon be providing Equine Assisted Growth and Learning sessions at our new facility in Big Bear Lake, California.

If you review my credentials carefully you will also discover that I take my work very seriously. This is evidenced by my comprehensive training taken together with my clinical, professional, academic and real world experiences, including my work in Hollywood. It’s also evidenced by my books, research, scientific papers, and my experiences training professional and conducting workshops across the United States and around the globe.

I understand that when it comes to dealing with the difficult problems individuals, couples, and families are facing in our increasingly complex society, it requires much more than a license to provide effective guidance and support.

After 39 years of marriage and raising children, I understand first hand that life can be difficult both at home and in the workplace. Having worked as a clinician and at the highest levels of local and national organizations, I’ve encountered problems that I never imagined when I received my doctorate degree and entered the workforce in 1982. Frankly, I’ve “been there and done that” when it comes to solving many difficult individual, interpersonal, and organizational problems.

With regard to my training, I have attained three masters degrees and a PhD from highly reputable universities. I’ve received distinguished alumni awards from two of these universities.

My academic experience includes being on the faculty at Northern Arizona University, Arizona State University (Adjunct), Pennsylvania State University and, most recently, the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University (Adjunct) in Atlanta, Georgia.

I have considerable experience practicing what I teach, including working on staff and as a consultant at numerous clinics, hospitals, and community-based organizations; consulting in Hollywood on a number of popular television programs; serving as the executive director of a not-for-profit foundation; working as an assistant director of public health in the second largest county in the U.S.; consulting for prominent international organizations like China Centers for Disease Control, the World Health Organization (WHO), the Navajo Nation, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the World Bank, and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF); and working as a research psychologist and director of research and evaluation activities in various centers, institutes, and offices at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2003, I was appointed by the Governor of Georgia to serve on the Georgia Human Resources (DHR) Board. In this capacity, I served as chair of the DHR committee that provides policy guidance to the state Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Addictive Diseases.

In 2009, I was chosen to serve on the American Psychotherapy Association’s Board of Professional Counselors. I served as the Ethics Chair on the Board of the Georgia Association of Licensed Professional Counselors (GALPC) from 2013-2015. I was recently elected for a term of 3 years to serve as President of the GALPC.

My experience includes a number of international assignments where I’ve been a trainer and consultant in the Central Asian Republics, Nigeria, China, Thailand, Kenya, Switzerland, Australia, Peru, Germany, Uganda, and the Middle East, where I conducted training with the Palestinian Health Authority and the Israeli Ministry of Health. I have been invited to make presentations at conferences and training seminars across the world.

Having spent every summer of my developmental years working on a large family owned cattle ranch, I have grown up with horses. This experience with these magnificent animals, taken together with my training and experience in psychology, has enabled me to set up one of the first certified Equine Assisted Psychotherapy practices in the Southeast region of the U.S. I continue to own and train a small herd of therapeutic horses that are stabled at a facility that I designed and built for this purpose.

Without a doubt, my greatest accomplishment has been to cherish and remain happily married to my wife and the love of my life, Priscilla Wolfe, since August 18, 1975. We have raised five children to adulthood, and are grandparents to Karlee, Liam, Gillian, Hudson and King.

As I mentioned, life is difficult. At the same time, life can be a wonderful journey where you can make choices and take actions that result in great satisfaction, success and happiness. I sincerely hope that I can help you deal with and resolve your difficult issues and find true happiness and the ability to be ok, when things in your life are not ok.

Respectfully, Dr Galen Cole

Credentials & Qualifications

Scientific Journal Articles

  • Cole, G.E.; Keller, P.A.; Reynolds, J; Schaur, M., & Krause, D. (2015). CDC MessageWorks: Designing and Validating a Social Marketing Tool to Craft and Defend Effective Messages. Social Marketing Quarterly. November, pp. 1-16.
  • Hesse, B.W.; Cole, G. E., & Powe, B. (2013). Partnering against cancer today: a blueprint for coordinating efforts through communication science. Journal of the National Cancer Institute Monographs, No. 47, pp. 233-239.
  • Wilkes, M.; Srinvasan, M.; Cole, G. E.; Tardif, R.; Richardson, L., & Plescia, M. (2013). Discussing Uncertainty and Risk in Primary Care: Recommendations of a Multi-Disciplinary CDC Panel Regarding Communication around Prostate Cancer Screening, Journal of General Internal Medicine. Published online in May 10.1007/s11606-013-2419-z.
  • Abbatangelo-Gray, J.; Cole, G. E., & Kennedy, M. G. (2007). Guidance for evaluating mass communication health initiatives: Summary of an expert panel sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Evaluation & The Health Professions, Vo. 30, No. 3, pp. 229-253.
  • Courtney, J.; Cole, G. E., & Reynolds, B. (2003). How CDC is meeting the training demands of Emergency Risk Communication. Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives, Vol. 8, Sup. 1, pp. 128-129.
  • Thomas, S.; Cole, G. E.; Duncan, T.; Crouse-Quinn, S., & Freimuth, V. (2001). A descriptive comparison between blacks and whites on attitudes towards health research and researchers, and perceived knowledge of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Social Science and Medicine,Vo. 52, pp. 797-808.
  • Cole, G. E. (1999). Advancing The Development and Application of Theory-Based Evaluation in the Practice of Public Health. American Journal of Evaluation, Vo. 20, No. 3, pp. 453-470.
  • Chervin, D.; Nowak, G., & Cole, G. E. (1999). Using audience research in designing public health initiatives at the federal level. Social Marketing Quarterly, Vo. 5, No. 3, pp. 34-39.
  • Cole, G. E.; Leonard, B.; Hammond, S., & Fridinger, F. (1998). Using Stages of Behavioral Change constructs to measure the short-term effects of a worksite-based intervention to increase moderate physical activity. Psychological Reports, No. 82, pp. 615-618.
  • MacGowan, R.; Fichtner, R.; Swanson, N.; Collier, C.; Kroliczak A., & Cole G. E. (1997). Factors associated with client-centered HIV infection among clients entering methadone treatment. AIDS Education and Prevention, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 205-217.
  • Wilson, M.; Jorgensen, C., & Cole, G. E. (1996). The effects of worksite HIV/AIDS interventions: A review of the research literature. American Journal of Health Promotion, Vol 11, 150-157.
  • Salmon, C.; Wooten, K.; Gentry, E.; Cole, G. E., & Kroger, F. (1996). AIDS Knowledge Gaps: Results from the first decade of the epidemic and implications for future public information efforts. Journal of Health Communication, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 141-155.
  • Cole, G. E.; Pogostin, C.; Westover, B.; Rios, N., & Collier, C. (1995). Addressing problems in evaluating health-relevant programs through a systematic planning and evaluation model. Risk: Issues in Health, Safety and Environment , Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 37-57.
  • Robles, R.; Colon, H.; Diaz, N.; MacGowan, R.; Cancel, L., & Cole, G. E. (1994). Behavioral risk factors and HIV infection of injection drug users at detoxification clinics in Puerto Rico. International Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 595-601.
  • Balcazar, H.; Hartner, J., & Cole, G. E., (1993). The effects of prenatal care utilization and maternal risk factors on pregnancy outcome between Mexican Americans and Non-Hispanic Whites. Journal of the National Medical Association, Vol. 85, No. 3, pp. 195-202.
  • Cole, G. E.; Holtgrave, D., & Rios, N. (1993). Systematic development of trans-theoretically based behavioral risk management programs. Risk: Issues in Health, Safety and Environment , Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 67-93.
  • Cole, G. E.; Timmreck, T.; Page, R., & Woods, S. (1992). Patterns and prevalence of substance use among Navajo youth. Health Values, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 50-57.
  • Page, R., & Cole. G. E. (1992). Demoralization and Living Alone: Outcomes from an Urban Community Study. Psychological Reports, Vol. 70, pp. 275-280.
  • Balcazar, H.; Cole, G. E., & Hartner, J. (1992). Mexican Americans use of prenatal care and its relationship to maternal risk factors and pregnancy outcome. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 1-7.
  • Page, R., & Cole, G. E. (1991). Loneliness and alcoholism risk in late adolescence: A comparative study of adults and adolescents. Adolescence, Vol. 26, N. 104, pp. 925-930.
  • Page, R., & Cole, G. E. (1991). Demographic predictors of self-reported loneliness in adults. Psychological Reports, Vol. 68, pp. 938-945.
  • Cole, G. E., Wallace, J. & McCartan, D. (1991). An assessment of the impact of indoor air quality on employee health and satisfaction levels. Occupational Health and Safety, May, pp. 38-51.
  • Strembel, S.; Sass, S.; Cole; G. E.; Hartner, J., & Fisher, C. (1991). Breast-feeding policies and routines among Arizona hospitals and nursery staff: Results and implications of a descriptive study. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, Vol. 91, No. 8, August, pp. 923-935.
  • Cole, G. E., Tucker, L. & Friedman, G. (1990). Relationships among measures of alcohol drinking behavior, life-events and perceived stress. Psychological Reports, Vol. 67, pp. 587-591.
  • Timmreck, T. & Cole, G. E. (1989). Health services administration skills: An overlooked need of community health education and health promotion. Health Education, Feb/March, pp. 36-43.
  • Cole, G. E., Tucker, L. & Friedman, G. (1987). Absenteeism data as a measure of cost effectiveness of stress management programs. American Journal of Health Promotion, Vol. 1, No. 4, pp. 12-15.
  • Tucker, L., Cole, G. E. & Friedman, G. (1987). Stress and serum cholesterol: A study of 7,000 adult males. Health Values, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 34-39.
  • Cole, G. E., Eddy, J. & Friedman, G. (l987). A protocol for selecting quality worksite health enhancement services and programs. Occupational Health and Safety, Vol. 56, No. 4, pp. 30-34.
  • Timmreck, T., Cole, G. E., James, G. & Butterworth, D. (1987). The health education and health promotion movement: A theoretical jungle. Health Education, October/November, pp. 24-28.
  • Cole, G. E., Tucker, L. & Friedman, G. (1986). Measures of objective and subjective stress by level of income. Psychological Reports, Vol. 59, pp. 139-142.
  • Cole, G. E., Duncan, D. & Friedman, G. (l986). A systems perspective for hospital based health promotion. Optimal Health, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 24-27.
  • Tucker, L., Cole, G. E. & Friedman, G. (l986). Physical fitness: A buffer against stress. Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol. 63, pp. 955-961.
  • Cole, G. E., Friedman, G. & Bagwell, M. (1986). A worksite behavioral health education program based on operant conditioning. Occupational Health Nursing,Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. 132-137.
  • Page, R. & Cole, G. E. (1986). School health education: A nation at risk. Wellness Perspectives, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 37-38.
  • Page, R., Wrye, S. & Cole, G. E. (1986). The role of loneliness in health and wellness. Home Healthcare Nursing, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 6-10.
  • Cole, G. E. (1985). Life change events as stressors and their relationship to mental health among undergraduate university students. Psychological Reports, Vol.56., pp. 387-390.
  • Page, R. & Cole, G. E. (1985). Fishbein’s Model of Behavioral Intentions: A framework for health education research and development. Int’l Quarterly of Community Health Education, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 321-329.
  • Cole, G. E. (1984). Articulating health promotion into a health services administration curriculum. Health Matrix, Vol. 2, pp. 80-81.

Books

  • Cole, G. E. (2015). Change You: A Scientific Approach to Recovery from Bad Habits and Addictions. Aphalon Firth Publishers, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cole, G. E. (2014). Life Script Restructuring: The Neuroplastic Psychology for Rewiring Your Brain and Changing Your Life. Aphalon Firth Publishers, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cole, G. E. (2013). True Psychology: A Scientific Approach to a Better Life. Aphalon Firth Publishers, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cole, G. E. & Waldron, S. (2010). Precious Time: The Psychology of Effective Parenting With Parenting Plans. Circle C Publishing, Atlanta, GA.
  • Cole, G. E. (2008). Parenting Plans: A Systematic Approach to Effective Parenting. Western Edge Trade Publication, Atlanta, GA.
  • Greenberg, B., Salmon, C., Patel, D., Beck, V. & Cole, G. E. (2004). Evolution of an Entertainment Education Research Agenda in Cody, M.J., Singhal, A., Sabido, M., & Rogers, E.M. (Eds.) Entertainment-Education Worldwide: History, Research, and Practice. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Mahwah, NJ.
  • Freimuth, V., Cole, G. E. & Kirby, S. (2001). Issues in Evaluating Mass-Mediated Health Communication Campaigns in Evaluation in Health Promotion: Principles and Perspectives. WHO Regional Publications, European Series; No 92, p 475-492.
  • Cole, G. E. & Cole, P. J. (2001). The Business of Parenting: Raising Healthy Kids With Character. Altius Communication Services, Atlanta, GA.
  • Page, R., Cole, G. E. & Timmreck, T. (1994). Basic Epidemiological Methods and Biostatistics. Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Boston, MA.

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC003888)

  • Georgia Secretary of State Licensing Board for Professional Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists

Professional Credentials & Certifications

  • Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Pittsburgh, School of Public Health (www.pitt.edu)
  • National Certified Counselor (NCC), National Board of Certified Counselors (www.nacbt.org)
  • World Certificate of Psychotherapy (WCP), World Council of Psychotherapy (www.worldpsyche.org)
  • Certified Clinical Hypnosis and Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT), Institute for Rapid Resolution Therapy (www.rapidresolutiontherapy.com)
  • Certified Professional Counselor Supervisor (CPCS), Georgia Licensed Professional Counselor Association (www.lpcaga.org)
  • Intensively Trained and Certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) (www.pesi.com)
  • Board Certified Professional Counselor (BCPC), American Psychotherapy Association (www.americanpsychotherapy.com)
  • Board Certified Diplomate in Psychotherapy (DAPA), American Psychotherapy Association (www.americanpsychotherapy.com)
  • Emotionally Focussed Couples Therapy: Externship, International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focussed Therapy (www.iceeft.com)
  • Georgia Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor-III (CADC-G00016), Alcohol and Drug Abuse Certification Board of Georgia (www.adacbga.org) — Currently lapsed due to insufficient CEUs
  • Deployment Resiliency Specialist (DSRT), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Center for Traumatic Stress at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (www.cdc.gov & www.usuhs.mil)

Ph.D.

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (May 1982)
College of Education
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL

M.A.

MASTER OF ARTS IN PSYCHOLOGY (October 2001)
American School of Professional Psychology
Atlanta, GA

M.P.H.

MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH (May 1987)
Graduate School of Public Health
Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA
(Awarded University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health Distinguished Graduate Award, May 2003)

M.H.E.

MASTER OF HEALTH EDUCATION (May 1979)
Health Sciences Department
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT
(Awarded Brigham Young University Alumni of the Year Award, College of Health and Human Performance, October 2002)

B.S.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (August 1977)
Department of Health Sciences
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT

  • Cole, G.E., Evolving Technologies for Health Behavior Change in the Digital Environment. American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Chicago, IL (Nov, 2015).
  • Cole, G.E., Behavior Change in a Digital Environment.Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA (Feb, 2015).
  • Cole, G.E., An Evolving Landscape: Promoting Knowledge Transfer and Behavior Change in Online and Offline Environments. Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington, D.C. (November 13, 2014).
  • Cole, G.E., True Psychology: 52 Effective Clinical Assessment, Psycho-education and Intervention Techniques and Tools You Can Use in Your Practice Tomorrow. Licensed Professional Counselor Association of Georgia, Atlanta, GA (February 21, 2014).
  • Cole, G. E., Schnupp, M. MessageWorks: An Online Decision Support Tool for Improving and Defending Effective Health Communication Messages. 8th Biennial Cancer, Culture and Literacy Conference Advancing Communications (May 17-19, 2012). Tampa, FL.
  • Cole, G. E. The Role of Communication Across the Cancer Continuum. Cancer Communication Conference: Uniting Systems through Communication Science (August 20, 2012). Washington, D.C.
  • Hesse, B., Cole, G. E., Partnering Against Cancer Today (PACT): A Blueprint for Coordinated Communication in Cancer. National Cancer Conference: Uniting Systems, Policy & Practice in Cancer Prevention and Control (August 21-23, 2012). Washington, D.C.
  • Cole, G. E., and Waldron, S., Strategic Message Development Training, Western Region of the Agency for Toxic Substance Registry, (November 30-December 1st, 2010), San Francisco, CA
  • Cole, G. E., and Waldron, S., Strategic Message Development Training, Eastern Region of the Agency for Toxic Substance Registry, (November 30-December 1st, 2010), Edison, NJ
  • Cole, G. E., and Waldron, S., Message Mapping and Strategic Message Development Training, Division of Cardiovascular Health, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (November 29, 2010), Atlanta, GA
  • Cole, G. E., and Waldron, S., Message Development Training, Eastern Region of the Agency for Toxic Substance Registry, (November 30-December 1st, 2010), Edison, NJ
  • Cole, G. E., Parenting Plans: A Systematic Approach in Parenting Children of All Ages. 2009 21st Annual Convention of the Georgia Licensed Professional Counselors Association (May 7-10, 2009), Pine Mountain, GA
  • Cole, G. E., A Trans-Theoretical Approach to Systematically Applying Best Practices in Counseling Psychology, November 2008 Masters in Counseling Psychology Colloquia, Prescott College, Prescott, AZ.
  • Cole, G. E., Lion Taming 101: A Systematic Approach to Helping Parents Manage an Out of Control Teenager, November 2008 Masters in Counseling Psychology Colloquia, Prescott College, Prescott, AZ.
  • Forsythe, A., & Cole, G. E., Grade-Related Periods For Anti-Tobacco Campaigns and Interventions: Trends In Tobacco Use: Risk And Protective Factors For High and Low Sensation Seeking White Pre-Teens And Adolescents, APHA Annual Meeting (October 25-29, 2008), San Diego, CA.
  • Cole, G. E., Parenting Plans: A Systematic Approach in Parenting Children of All Ages. 2008 20th Annual Convention of the Georgia Licensed Professional Counselors Association (May 8-10, 2008), Stone Mountain, GA
  • Forsythe, A., Cole, G. E., Pederson, L., Mitchell, E., & Rodes, R., Key Grade-related Periods for Anti-tobacco Campaigns and Intervention. National Conference on Tobacco or Health (October 24-26, 2007), Minneapolis, MN.
  • Cole, G. E., Spraggins, J., Davis, R., Kopke, J., & Ross, Challenges Faced by State Tobacco Countermarketing Programs. National Conference on Tobacco or Health (October 24-26, 2007), Minneapolis, MN.
  • Rodes, R., Cole, G. E., Mitchell, E., Murphy, R., & Spraggins, J., Interactive Tool for Health Promotion and Counter-Marketing Technical Assistance. National Conference on Tobacco or Health (October 24-26, 2007), Minneapolis, MN.
  • Cole, G. E., Communication Surveillance: A Case for Message Testing and Information Surveillance in Proactive Risk Communication. G7i Workshop on Proactive Risk Communication (May 2-3, 2006), Berlin, Germany.
  • Cole, G. E., Introducing a Tool for Systematically Planning and Evaluation of Pre-Event, Event and Post-Event Emergency Risk Communication Activities. National Public Health Information Coalition 2002 Annual Meeting (October 6-9, 2002), Charleston, SC.
  • Cole, G. E., KEYNOTE ADDRESS – Public Health Communication: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going. Public Health Conference for Utah (April 25, 2002), Park City, UT.
  • Cole, G. E., & Prue, C., CDCynergy: Tool for Strategically Planning Health Communication. 127th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (1999). Chicago, IL.
  • Freimuth, V., Quinn, S.C., Thomas, S.B., Cole, G. E., Zook, E., & Duncan, T., African Americans’ Perspectives on Research and The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Results of a Qualitative Study in Four Cities. 127th Annual Conference of the American Public Health Association (1999), Chicago, IL.
  • Davis-Chervyn, D., Nowak, G., & Cole, G. E., Using Audience Research in Designing Public Health Initiatives at the Federal Level. Innovations in Social Marketing Conference (July, 1999), Montreal, Canada.
  • Cole, G. E., Immunization Version of CDCynergy: a Multi-Media Planning and Evaluation Tool Applied to Immunization Communication Planning. 33rd National Immunization Conference (July 22, 1999), Dallas, TX.
  • Cole, G. E., & Kroger, F., AIDS Knowledge Gaps in the First Decade of the Epidemic. The Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (July 20, 1998). Jerusalem, Israel.
  • Cole, G. E., & Prue, C., CDCynergy: A Tool for Strategically Planning and Evaluating Health Communication. 126th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (1998), Washington, D.C.
  • Cole, G. E., CDCynergy: A CDROM-Based Approach to Health Communication Planning. National Institutes of Health Communication Forum Series on Developing the Blueprint: Designing a Health Communication Program (December 5, 1997), Washington, D.C.
  • Cole, G. E., Building Evaluation-Friendly Constituencies through Pre-Evaluation Planning: A Paradigm for Strategically Planning and Implementing User-Focused Program Evaluations. The Eleventh National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control (December 3-5, 1996), Phoenix, AZ.
  • Poehler, D., & Cole, G. E., Violence Prevention and Educational Curricula: Promising Approaches and a Strategy for Documenting and Disseminating What Works. University of Alabama Conference on School Violence: Implications for Teacher Preparation (May 4-6, 1995), Birmingham, AL.
  • Cole, G. E., The Ruin of a Nation Begins in the Homes of its’ People: A Cognitive Behavioral Strategy for Meeting Societal Functional Requisites through Self-Regulation and Committed Relationships. University of Georgia Campus Ministry Symposium on Sexual Sanity for the 90’s (May 27, 1995), Athens, GA.
  • Cole, G. E., Applying Qualitative Methods in Health Communication Research and Evaluation: Domestic and International Experiences. Michigan State University Department of Advertising Research Seminar (March 23, 1995), Lansing, Michigan.
  • Dougherty, N., Sleet, D., Cole, G. E., Kane, B., & Hopson, T., Violence in the Schools: Problems and Prospects for Prevention. The Annual Meeting of the American Association of Health Educators (March 28-April 1, 1995), Portland, Oregon.
  • Cole, G. E., & Westover, B., A Model for Systematically Planning and Evaluating Public Health Communication Interventions. The Annual Meeting of the American Evaluation Association (November 3-5, 1994), Boston, MA.
  • Salmon, C., Wooten, K., Gentry, E., Cole, G. E., & Kroger, F. AIDS Knowledge Gaps in the First Decade of the Epidemic. The 44th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association with the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association (July 10-15, 1994), Sydney, Australia.
  • Cole, G. E., Business Responds to AIDS: a Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Worksite Program Launched and Administered by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The 5th Annual Conference of the American Journal of Health Promotion (February 22-26, 1994), Colorado Springs, CO.
  • Westover, B., & Cole, G. E., A Systematic Approach to Developing, Implementing, and Managing Comprehensive National HIV/AIDS Program Evaluation. 44th Annual Conference of the Society for Public Health Education (October 22-28, 1993), San Francisco, CA.
  • Cole, G. E., Applying Triangulation of Methods in Evaluating a Community HIV/AIDS Intervention in Uganda: Lessons for Evaluating Domestic Community Interventions. 121st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association ( October 24-28, 1993), San Francisco, CA.
  • Collier, C., MacGowan, R., Fichtner, R., Swanson, N., Kroliczak, A., & Cole, G. E., Behavioral Predictors of HIV Infection among Methadone Treatment Clinic Clients in New England. 121st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (October 24-28, 1993), San Francisco, CA.
  • Cole, G. E., Gorsky, R., MacGowan, R., & Collier, C. Costs and Cost-effectiveness of HIV Prevention Activities in Methadone Treatment Clinics in the Northeast Region of the United States. 9th International Conference on AIDS and IVth STD World Congress (June, 1993), Berlin, Germany.
  • MacGowan, R., Cole, G. E., Rugg, D., & Collier, C. Changes in Drug and Sexual Behaviors Reported by Methadone Clients in Connecticut and Massachusetts, by Knowledge of Serostatus, June 1990 through January 1993. 9th International Conference on AIDS and IVth STD World Congress (June, 1993), Berlin, Germany.
  • Katende, M., Kabanda, M., Bunnel, R., Nankunda, A., & Cole, G. E., Using Evaluation Results to Mobilize Community-based AIDS Care and Prevention Activities in Uganda. 8th International Conference on AIDS/III STD World Congress (July, 1992), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Martinez, R., Colon, H., Robles, R., Matos, T.D., Diaz, N., Cole, G. E., & MacGowan, R., Factors Associated with HIV Seropositivity among Drug Injectors Entering Treatment in Puerto Rico. 8th International Conference on AIDS/III STD World Congress (July, 1992), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • MacGowan, R., Rugg, D., Stark, K., Cole, G. E., & Swanson, N., HIV Test History and Voluntary Testing among Injection Drug Users in Treatment: What Influences Testing? 8th International Conference on AIDS/III STD World Congress (July, 1992), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • MacGowan, R., Cole, G. E., & Scibak, J. Drug Use and Self-reported HIV Serostatus of Clients Entering Methadone Treatment Programs in New England. The 120th annual meeting of the American Public Health Association. Washington, D.C., November, 1992.
  • Keefer, L., Balcazar, H., Cobas, J., & Cole, G. E., Behavioral Risk Factors Associated with Cardiovascular Disease Between Hispanics and Whites in Maricopa County, Arizona. Conference of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology and the American Institute of Nutrition (April 21-25, 1991), Atlanta, GA.
  • Balcazar, H., Cobas, J., Keefer, L., & Cole, G. E., Behavioral and Socio-demographic Risk Factors Associated with Body Mass Index Between Hispanics and Whites in Maricopa County, Arizona. Conference of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology and the American Institute of Nutrition (April 21-25, 1991), Atlanta, GA.


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