University of Wisconsin–Madison

Scholarly Publications

This partial list is still a work in progress. Stay tuned for more complete information and links to each publication.


  • Glurich I, Schwei KM, Lindberg S, Shimpi N, Acharya A. Integrating medical-dental care for diabetic patients: qualitative assessment of provider perspectives. Health Promotion Practice, 2017; epub ahead of print


  • Adams A, Christens B, Meinen A, Korth A, Remington P, Lindberg S, Schoeller D. The Obesity Prevention Initiative: A statewide initiative to improve child health in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 220-223.
  • Bowser J, Martinez-Donate A, Carrel A, Allen DB, Moberg, DP. Disparities in Fitness and Physical Activity Among Children. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 245-250.
  • Eggers S, Remington PL, Ryan K, Nieto FJ, Peppard P, Malecki K. Obesity Prevalence and Health Consequences: Findings From the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin, 2008-2013. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 238-244.
  • Gregor L, Remington P, Lindberg S, Ehrenthal D. Prevalence of pre-pregnancy obesity, 2011-2014. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 228-232.
  • Hilgendorf A, Stedman J, Inzeo PT, McCall A, Burrows J, Krueger S, Christens B, Pollard E, Meinen A, Korth A, Wolf L, Adams A. Lessons from a Pilot Community-Driven Approach for Obesity Prevention. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 275-279
  • Laudet AB, Harris K, Kimball T, Winters KC, Moberg DP. In college and in recovery: Reasons for joining a Collegiate Recovery Program. Journal of American College Health. 2016;64(3):238-246.
  • Lindberg S, Anderson C, Pillai P, Tandias A, Arndt B, Hanrahan L. Prevalence and predictors of unhealthy weight gain in pregnancy. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 233-237. PMCID: In progress.
  • Lindberg SM, DeBoth A, Anderson CK. Effect of a best practice alert on gestational weight gain, health services, and pregnancy outcomes. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 2016; 20: 2169–2178.
  • Martinez-Donate AP, Valdivia-Espino J, Meinen A, Escaron AL, Roubal A, Nieto FJ, Malecki K. Neighborhood Disparities in the Restaurant Food Environment. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 251-258.
  • Meinen A, Hilgendorf A, Korth AL, Christens BD, Breuer C, Joyner H, Polzin M, Adams A, Wolfe D, Braun A, Hoiting J, Paulson J, Cullen B, Stader K. The Wisconsin Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative: An Example of Statewide Collective Impact. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 269-274.
  • Priess-Groban HA, Lindberg SM. Encyclopedia of Adolescence. Levesque R, editor. New York, NY: Springer; 2016. Gender intensification.
  • Ryan K, Pillai P, Remington P, Malecki K, Lindberg S. Development of an obesity prevention dashboard for Wisconsin. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2016; 115: 224-227.
  • Sheehan SE, Coburn JA, Singh H, Vanness DJ, Sittig DF, Moberg DP, Safdar N, Lee KS, Brunner MC, Reducing Unnecessary Shoulder MRI Examinations Within a Capitated Health Care System: A Potential Role for Shoulder Ultrasound, Journal of the American College of Radiology, 2016; 13(7): 780-787.


  • Anderson CK, Hastmann TJ, Lindberg SM, Smith AM, Lindheim SR, Whigham L. Excess gestational weight gain in low-income overweight and obese women: a qualitative study. Nutrition Education & Behavior, 2015; 47(5): 404 -411.




  • Remington PL, Moberg DP, Booske, BL, Ceraso, M, Friedsam, D, Kindig, DA. Dissemination research: the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 2009, 108(5):236-9, 255.
  • Wilton G, Moberg DP, Fleming MF. The effect of brief alcohol intervention on postpartum depression. The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing 2009, 34(5): 297-302.


  • Moberg, D.P, and Finch, A. Recovery high schools: A descriptive study of school programs and students. Journal of Groups in Addiction and Recovery 2008, 2 (2-4): 128-161. NIHMSID# 60666
  • Leonhardt KK, Pagel P; Bonin, D, Moberg DP; Dvorak ML, Hatlie, MJ. Creating an Accurate Medication List in the Outpatient Setting Through a Patient-Centered Approach. Pp. 319-333 in Henriksen K, Battles JB, Keyes MA, Grady ML, editors. Advances in patient safety: New directions and alternative approaches. Vol. 3. Performance and Tools. AHRQ Publication No. 08-0034-3. Rockville, MD: AHRQ; August 2008.


  • Florence Lackey, J.F., Borkin, S.S., Torti, V., Welnetz, T., Moberg, D.P.. Behind the findings: Yes, the science explorations program worked but why? Curator 2007, 50(3): 319-340.


  • McDonald L, Moberg DP, Brown R, Rodriguez-Espiricueta I, Flores NI, Burke MP, Coover G. Afterschool multifamily groups: A randomized trial involving low-income urban Latino children. Children and Schools 2006; 28, 1: 25-34.
  • Warren K, Moberg DP, McDonald, L. FAST and the arms race. The Journal of Primary Prevention 2006, 27 (1), 27-45.
  • Bandi P, Remington PL, Moberg DP. Progress in reducing cigarette consumption: the Wisconsin Tobacco Control Program, 2001-2003. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2006, 105, (5) 45-49.
  • Roberts RG, Friedsam D, Beasley JW, Helstad C, Moberg DP. The state of quality reports: comparing states by their ranking. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2006, 105 (8) 60-66.


  • Warren KS, Schoppelrey, DP Moberg, M McDonald. A model of contagion through competition in the aggressive behaviors of elementary school children. Journal of Abnormal School Psychology, 2005; 33,283-292.
  • Ahrens D, Bandi P, Ullsvik J, Moberg DP. Who smokes? A demographic analysis of Wisconsin smokers. Wisconsin Medical Journal 2005; 104 (4): 18-22.


  • Van Stelle, K. R., & Moberg, D. P. (2004). Outcome data for MICA clients after participation in an institutional therapeutic community. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 39 (1): 37-62.
  • Van Stelle, K. R., Blumer, C. & Moberg, D. P. (2004). Treatment retention of dually diagnosed offenders in an institutional therapeutic community. Behavioral Sciences and the Law 22:585-597.
  • Andrews, J.C., Netemeyer, R.G., Burton, S., Moberg, D.P., Christiansen, A. (2004). Understanding adolescent intentions to smoke. Journal of Marketing 68: 110-123.



  • McDonald, L., & Moberg, D. P. (2001). Families and School Together: FAST strategies for increasing involvement of all parents in schools and preventing drug abuse. In W. B. Hansen, S. M. Giles & M. D. Fearnow-Kenney (Eds.), Improving prevention effectiveness (pp. 235-250). Greensboro, NC: Tanglewood Research.
  • Moberg, D. P., & Rettammel, R. J. (2001). Tobacco use trends and correlates among students in the Madison Metropolitan School District. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 100(3), 43-48.


  • Piper, D. L., Moberg, D. P., & King, M. J. (2000). The Healthy for Life Project: Behavioral outcomes. Journal of Primary Prevention, 21(1), 47-73.


  • Florence Lackey, J., & Moberg, D. P. (1998). Understanding the onset of intercourse among urban American adolescents: A cultural framework using qualitative and quantitative data. Human Organization, 57(4), 491-501.
  • Moberg, D. P., & Piper, D. L. (1998). The Healthy for Life Project: Sexual risk behavior outcomes. AIDS Education and Prevention, 10(2), 128-148.
  • Van Stelle, K. R., Allen, G., & Moberg, D. P. (1998). Alcohol and drug prevention among American Indian families: The Family Circles Program [Also published as Substance abuse in multi-ethnic communities. New York: Haworth]. Drugs and Society, 12(1/2), 53-60.


  • Florence Lackey, J., Moberg, D. P., & Balistreri, M. (1997). By whose standards? Reflections on empowerment evaluation and grassroots groups. Evaluation Practice, 18, 137-146.
  • Moberg, D. P., Fuller, D. D., Gossage, P., Littman, P. S., Mulvey, K. P., Shwartz, M., et al. (1997). The Target Cities Program: Management information systems for drug abuse treatment. In P. F. Brennan & S. J. Schneider (Eds.), Information systems for community health (pp. 135-157). New York: Springer Verlag.
  • Schulz, R., Scheckler, W. E., Moberg, D. P., & Johnson P R. (1997). Changing nature of physician satisfaction with health maintenance organization and fee-for-service practices. Journal of Family Practice, 45, 321-330.


  • Krahn, D., Piper, D. L., King, M. J., Olson, L., Kurth, C., & Moberg, D. P. (1996). Dieting in sixth grade predicts alcohol use in ninth grade. Journal of Substance Abuse, 8, 293-301.