Nobiling, B.D. & Drolet, J.C.
Exploring factors associated with low intrauterine device (IUD) usage rates among women in the United States: A Literature Review.
The Health Educator,
Brown, S.L., Nobiling, B.D., Teufel, J., & Birch, D.A.
Are kids too busy? Early adolescents' perceptions of discretionary activities, over-scheduling, & stress.
Journal of School Health,
Nobiling, B.D. (2012). Chronic Disease: Strategies to Fight Against Our Nations Biggest Killer. Presented at National Dance Association, Norfolk, VA.
Nobiling, B.D. (2012). Identifying the Importance of Stress Management to Choreograph a Healthier Lifestyle. Presented at National Dance Association, Norfolk, VA.
Nobilling, B.D. (2012). Choose this not THAT Contraceptive. Presented at Maryland Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Conference, Hunt Valley, MD.
Nobiling, B.D., Drolet, J.C., & Kostas-Polston, E.K. (2011). To IUD or not IUD? Measuring clinicians' behavioral intent to provide the intrauterine device (IUD) as measured by the theory of reasoned action. Presented at the 14th Annual Conference. Presented at NPWH Premier Women's HealthCare Conference, Austin, TX.
Mathes, A.L., Morris, A., Nobiling, B.D., Ogletree, R.J., & Sullivan, M. (2010). A Cross-Generational Look at the Future of Health Education. Presented at the 84th American School Health Conference. Presented at American School Health Conference
Nobiling, B.D., Drolet, J.C., & Kostas-Polstan, E.K. (2011). Exploring clinicians' perceptions & behavioral intention to provide the intrauterine device (IUD): A qualitative approach. Presented at the14th Annual Conference. Presented at NPWH Premier Women's Health Care Conference, Austin, TX.
Nobiling, B.D. (2010). Fond Memories about SIUC Collection of HED Key Leaders..
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