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Jane A Ungemack DrPH

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUConn Health Center
DepartmentCommunity Medicine and Health Care
AddressMC 6325
Exchange, Suite 260, MC 6325
263 Farmington Avenue
Phone860-679-5403
Fax860-679-5405
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    1. Ungemack J, Giovannucci M, Moy S, Ohrenberger K, Dematteo T, Smith S. Making It Work Without a Family Drug Court: Connecticut's Approach to Parental Substance Abuse in the Child Welfare System. Child Welfare. 2015; 94(5):107-23. PMID: 26827467.
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    2. Simmons R, Ungemack J, Sussman J, Anderson R, Adorno S, Aguayo J, Black K, Hodge S, Tirnady R. Bringing adolescents into substance abuse treatment through community outreach and engagement: the Hartford Youth Project. J Psychoactive Drugs. 2008 Mar; 40(1):41-54. PMID: 18472664.
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    3. Webb CP, Burleson JA, Ungemack JA. Treating juvenile offenders for marijuana problems. Addiction. 2002 Dec; 97 Suppl 1:35-45. PMID: 12460127.
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    4. Ungemack JA, Hartwell SW, Babor TF. Alcohol and drug abuse among Connecticut youth: implications for adolescent medicine and public health. Conn Med. 1997 Sep; 61(9):577-85. PMID: 9334513.
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    5. Vélez CN, Rodríguez L, Ungemack JA. Intention to postpone sexual initiation among Puerto Rican female adolescents. P R Health Sci J. 1997 Jun; 16(2):154-61. PMID: 9285991.
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    6. Vélez CN, Rodríguez LA, Schoenbaum E, Ungemack JA. Puerto Rican youth in drug treatment facilities: who volunteers for HIV testing? P R Health Sci J. 1997 Mar; 16(1):37-44. PMID: 9160400.
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    7. Velez CN, Ungemack JA. Psychosocial correlates of drug use among Puerto Rican youth: generational status differences. Soc Sci Med. 1995 Jan; 40(1):91-103. PMID: 7899926.
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    8. Ungemack JA. Patterns of personal health practice: men and women in the United States. Am J Prev Med. 1994 Jan-Feb; 10(1):38-44. PMID: 8172730.
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    9. Balaban DJ, Rosenthal MP, Ungemack JA, Carlson BL, Zervanos NJ. Obstetric care among family physicians in Pennsylvania. Trends, association with residency training, and policy implications. J Fam Pract. 1990 Sep; 31(3):281-6. PMID: 2391459.
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    10. Chambers CV, Balaban DJ, Carlson BL, Ungemack JA, Grasberger DM. Microcomputer-generated reminders. Improving the compliance of primary care physicians with mammography screening guidelines. J Fam Pract. 1989 Sep; 29(3):273-80. PMID: 2769192.
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    11. Velez CN, Ungemack JA. Drug use among Puerto Rican youth: an exploration of generational status differences. Soc Sci Med. 1989; 29(6):779-89. PMID: 2772672.
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    12. Ferber JS, Oswald M, Rubin M, Ungemack J, Schane M. The day hospital as entry point to a network of long-term services: a program evaluation. Hosp Community Psychiatry. 1985 Dec; 36(12):1297-301. PMID: 3936769.
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