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    Rashelle B Hayes PhD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    InstitutionUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
    DepartmentMedicine
    AddressUniversity of Massachusetts Medical School
    55 Lake Avenue North
    Worcester MA 01655
    Phone508-856-7583
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        Dr. Hayes received her PhD in clinical psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA and completed an internship in health psychology at Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, IL. She completed post-doctoral training in behavioral medicine from Brown University/The Miriam Hospital.

        Specific research interests include: developing and examining smoking cessation treatment for underserved populations and populations with medical co-morbidities; implementing treatment in the context of teachable moments and in hospital/primary-care clinic settings; augmenting risk perceptions and tailoring health communication messages to motivate cessation behavior; and training health care providers/medical students to implement clinical practice guidelines in tobacco treatment. She also has interests in population use of alternative tobacco products, tobacco regulatory science, and the use of behavioral counseling and technology to promote health behavior change.

        Research Support

        Ongoing Research

        5 R01 CA136888-03 (NIH/NCI) J. Ockene (PI) 07/06/09 – 05/31/14

        RCT for Smoking Cessation in Medical Schools

        AIMS: Brief physician-delivered tobacco treatment commonly known as “the 5As”, is an evidence-based intervention demonstrated to double a smoker’s likelihood of quitting. Using a pair-matched, randomized group-controlled design (implemented in 10 medical schools), we are comparing two methods of teaching the 5As to medical students: 1) traditional medical education (TE), and 2) multi-modal education (MME) that adds two components to TE: a web-based instructional program for students and preceptor training. The primary outcome is observed tobacco treatment counseling skills of medical students as measured by the Objective Structured Clinical Examination. A secondary outcome is self-reported tobacco treatment counseling skill level.

        Role: Co-Investigator

        UMASS Dean’s Project Fund R. Hayes (PI) 09/15/12 --09/14/13

        Smoking Profiles and Trajectories of Adult Nondaily Smokers

        AIMS: Clinical guidelines do not exist for nondaily smokers. This research uses a national sample of adult nondaily smokers stratified by ethnicity (e.g. African-American, Latino, and Caucasian) to identify subcategories of nondaily smokers. It also examines smoking behavior over time (6 month follow-up). This information will be used to examine possible intervention methods to help nondaily smokers to quit permanently.

        Role: PI

        UMCCTS (NIH U54 CTSA) LI (PI) 08/01/12-07/31/13

        Residential Environment And Coronary Heart Disease Risk Factors (REACH) Pilot Study

        AIMS: This pilot project develops and tests new instruments for surveying food purchasing behaviors and use of exercise places among older women. The study will test a battery of dietary and physical activity instruments among 100 community-dwelling older women.

        Role: Co-Investigator

        National Science Foundation (NSF) HRD-120859 Ockene (PI) 09/15/12- 08/31/15

        Creation and Development of the Quantitative Subtle Gender Bias Index (SGBI) to Better Understand Micro-inequities within the Academic Setting

        AIMS: This project will use both quantitative and qualitative methods to develop and evaluate the reliability and validity of a questionnaire, SGBI, that focuses on quantifying micro-inequities that affect the advancement of women into visible STEM leadership roles in research, professional societies, and academic administration.

        Role: Co-Investigator

        Completed Research

        5 R01CA136888-03 (NIH/NCI) J. Ockene (PI) 06/01/2010 - 05/31/12

        Supplement for RCT for Smoking Cessation in Medical Schools

        Use of an E-mail Reminder System with Academic Detailing to Increase Preceptor Adherence to AHRQ Tobacco Treatment Guidelines within Medical Schools

        AIMS: This supplement is to develop and measure the effect of Academic Detailing in the RCT.

        Role: Candidate/PI

        IRG93033 (ACS)-Institutional Hayes (PI) 05/31/10-5/31/12

        Characteristics and Patterns of Smoking Among Adult Non-daily Smokers

        AIMS: Using mixed methods, the study will explore the barriers and facilitators of smoking cessation behavior and other qualities of non-daily smokers.

        Role: PI



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        1. Hayes RB, Geller A, Churchill L, Jolicoeur D, Murray DM, Shoben A, David SP, Adams M, Okuyemi K, Fauver R, Gross R, Leone F, Xiao R, Waugh J, Crawford S, Ockene JK. Teaching tobacco dependence treatment and counseling skills during medical school: Rationale and design of the Medical Students helping patients Quit tobacco (MSQuit) group randomized controlled trial. Contemp Clin Trials. 2014 Mar; 37(2):284-93.
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        2. Land T, Keithly L, Kane K, Chen L, Paskowsky M, Cullen D, Hayes RB, Li W. Recent increases in efficiency in cigarette nicotine delivery: implications for tobacco control. Nicotine Tob Res. 2014 Jun; 16(6):753-8.
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        3. Khariwala SS, Scheuermann TS, Berg CJ, Hayes RB, Nollen NL, Thomas JL, Guo H, Ahluwalia JS, Benowitz NL. Cotinine and tobacco-specific carcinogen exposure among nondaily smokers in a multiethnic sample. Nicotine Tob Res. 2014 May; 16(5):600-5.
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        4. Geller AC, Hayes RB, Leone F, Churchill LC, Leung K, Reed G, Jolicoeur D, Okuliar C, Adams M, Murray DM, Liu Q, Waugh J, David S, Ockene JK. Tobacco dependence treatment teaching by medical school clerkship preceptors: survey responses from more than 1,000 US medical students. Prev Med. 2013 Aug; 57(2):81-6.
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        5. Holahan CK, Holahan CJ, North RJ, Hayes RB, Powers DA, Ockene JK. Smoking status, physical health-related quality of life, and mortality in middle-aged and older women. Nicotine Tob Res. 2013 Mar; 15(3):662-9.
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        6. Hayes RB, Borrelli B. Differences between Latino daily light and heavier smokers in smoking attitudes, risk perceptions, and smoking cessation outcome. Nicotine Tob Res. 2013 Jan; 15(1):103-11.
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        7. Berg CJ, Ling PM, Hayes RB, Berg E, Nollen N, Nehl E, Choi WS, Ahluwalia JS. Smoking frequency among current college student smokers: distinguishing characteristics and factors related to readiness to quit smoking. Health Educ Res. 2012 Feb; 27(1):141-50.
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        8. Holahan CJ, North RJ, Holahan CK, Hayes RB, Powers DA, Ockene JK. Social influences on smoking in middle-aged and older women. Psychol Addict Behav. 2012 Sep; 26(3):519-26.
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        9. Borrelli B, Hayes RB, Gregor K, Lee CS, McQuaid EL. Differences in smoking behavior and attitudes among Puerto Rican, Dominican, and non-Latino white caregivers of children with asthma. Am J Health Promot. 2011 May-Jun; 25(5 Suppl):S91-5.
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        10. Holahan CK, Holahan CJ, Powers DA, Hayes RB, Marti CN, Ockene JK. Depressive symptoms and smoking in middle-aged and older women. Nicotine Tob Res. 2011 Aug; 13(8):722-31.
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        11. Borrelli B, Hayes RB, Dunsiger S, Fava JL. Risk perception and smoking behavior in medically ill smokers: a prospective study. Addiction. 2010 Jun; 105(6):1100-8.
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        12. Lee CS, Hayes RB, McQuaid EL, Borrelli B. Predictors of retention in smoking cessation treatment among Latino smokers in the Northeast United States. Health Educ Res. 2010 Aug; 25(4):687-97.
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        13. Hayes RB, Dunsiger S, Borrelli B. The influence of quality of life and depressed mood on smoking cessation among medically ill smokers. J Behav Med. 2010 Jun; 33(3):209-18.
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