- Assistant Librarian
- Program Director, Community Based Health Information Resources
- M.L.S. Information Resources and Library Science
- The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
- B.A. Linguistics
- The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
- Arizona Health Sciences Library (2018 - Ongoing)
- University of Arizona Health Sciences Library (2017 - 2018)
- The University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Department of Health Promotion Sciences (2003 - Ongoing)
- University of Arizona Rural Health Office (1982 - 2002)
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Independent StudyHPS 499 (Fall 2017)
Border Hlth Svs Lrn InstCPH 597C (Summer I 2017)
Independent StudyCPH 499 (Spring 2017)
- Coulter, K., Delgado, M. Y., Nair, R. L., McClelland, D. J., Thomas, R., Nuño, V., & Carvajal, S. (2022). Future Orientation and Latinx Adolescent Development: A Scoping Review. Adol. Res. Rev..
- Hermanski, A., McClelland, J., Pearce-Walker, J. .., Ruiz, J., & Verhougstraete, M. (2022). The effects of blue spaces on mental health and associated biomarkers. Int. J. Ment. Health, 51(3), 203-217.
- Austhof, E., Boyd, K., Schaefer, K., McFadden, C., Owusu-Dommey, A. .., Hoffman, S., Villa-Zapata, L. .., McClelland, D. J., & Pogreba-Brown, K. .. (2021). Scoping Review of Toxoplasma Postinfectious Sequelae. Foodborne Pathog. Dis., 18(10), 687-701.
- Chebet, J. J., Ehiri, J. E., McClelland, D. J., Taren, D., & Hakim, I. A. (2021). Effect of d-limonene and its derivatives on breast cancer in human trials: a scoping review and narrative synthesis. BMC Cancer, 21(1).
- Hermanski, A., McClelland, J., Pearce-Walker, J. .., Ruiz, J., & Verhougstraete, M. (2021). The effects of blue spaces on mental health and associated biomarkers. Int. J. Ment. Health.
- Lohr, A. M., Van Gorden, N., McClelland, D. J., Dubinsky, E., Gerald, L. B., Wilkinson-Lee, A. M., & Carvajal, S. C. (2021). Updating Search Strategies for Literature Reviews with OUR2D2: An Open Source Computer Application. Journal of the Medical Library Association.More infoBackground: While writing a scoping review, we needed to update our search strategy. We wanted to capture articles generated by our additional search terms and articles published since our original search. Simultaneously, we strove to optimize project resources by not re-screening articles that had been captured in our original results. Case Presentation: In response, we created Open Update Re-run Deduplicate (OUR2D2), a computer application that allows the user to compare search results from a variety of library databases. OUR2D2 supports Extensible Markup Language (XML) files from EndNote and comma-separated values (CSV) files using article titles for comparisons. We conducted unit tests to ensure appropriate functionality as well as accurate data extraction and analysis. We tested OUR2D2 by comparing original and updated search results from PubMed, Embase, Clarivate Web of Science, CINAHL, Scopus, ProQuest Dissertation and Theses, and Lens and estimate that this application saved 21 hours of work during the screening process. Conclusions: OUR2D2 could be useful for individuals seeking to update literature review strategies across fields without re-screening articles from previous searches. Because the OUR2D2 source code is freely available with a permissive license, we recommend this application for researchers conducting literature reviews who need to update their search results over time, want a powerful and flexible analysis framework, and may not have access to paid subscription tools.
- Palmer, K., Rivers, P. S., Melton, F. L., McClelland, D. J., Hatcher, J., Marrero, D. G., Thomson, C. A., & Garcia, D. O. (2021). Health promotion interventions for African Americans delivered in U.S. barbershops and hair salons- a systematic review. BMC Public Health, 21(1).
- Pogreba-Brown, K., McClelland, D. J., Austhof, E., Boyd, K., Schaefer, K., McFadden, C., Owusu-Dommey, A., Hoffman, S., & Villa-Zapata, L. (2021). Scoping Review of Toxoplasma Postinfectious Sequelae. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease, 18(10), 687-701. doi:10.1089/fpd.2021.0015
- Reynolds, K. A., Sexton, J. D., Norman, A., & McClelland, D. J. (2021). Comparison of electric hand dryers and paper towels for hand hygiene: a critical review of the literature. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 130(1), 25-39.
- Valencia, D. Y., Habila, M., McClelland, D. J., Degarege, A., Madhivanan, P., & Krupp, K. (2021). Infection-associated biofilms and statins: Protocol for systematic review. BMJ Open, 11(5).
- Coulter, K., Ingram, M., McClelland, D. J., & Lohr, A. (2020). Positionality of community health workers on health intervention research teams: A scoping review. Frontiers in Public Health, 8, 1-12.
- Lohr, A. M., Krause, K. C., Mcclelland, D. J., Van Gorden, N., Gerald, L. B., Del Casino, V. J., Wilkinson-Lee, A. M., & Carvajal, S. C. (2021). The Impact of School Gardens on Youth Social and Emotional Learning: A Scoping Review. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. doi:DOI: 10.1080/14729679.2020.1838935
- Lott, B. E., Trejo, M. J., Baum, C., McClelland, D. J., Adsul, P., Madhivanan, P., Carvajal, S., Ernst, K., & Ehiri, J. (2020). Interventions to increase uptake of cervical screening in sub-Saharan Africa: A scoping review using the integrated behavioral model. BMC Public Health, 20(1).
- McClelland, D., Norman, A., Sexton, J., & Reynolds, K. (2020). Comparison of electric hand dryers and paper towels for hand hygiene: a critical review of the literature. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 130(1), 25-39. doi:10.1111/jam.14796
- Mcclelland, D. J., Krause, K. C., Carvajal, S. C., Wilkinson-lee, A. M., Mcclelland, D. J., Lohr, A. M., Krause, K. C., Gorden, N. V., Gerald, L. B., & Casino, V. J. (2020). The impact of school gardens on youth social and emotional learning: a scoping review. Journal of Adventure Education & Outdoor Learning, 21(4), 1-14. doi:10.1080/14729679.2020.1838935More infoSocial and Emotional Learning (SEL) has five competencies: relationship skills, responsible decision-making, self-awareness, social awareness, and self-management. A promising practice to promote p...
- Palmer, K., Rivers, P., Melton, F., McClelland, J., Hatcher, J., Marrero, D. G., Thomson, C., & Garcia, D. O. (2020). Protocol for a systematic review of health promotion interventions for African Americans delivered in US barbershops and hair salons. BMJ Open, 10(4).
- Pogreba-brown, K., Austhof, E., Armstrong, A., Armstrong, A., Schaefer, K., Mcclelland, D. J., Mcclelland, D. J., Batz, M. B., Kuecken, M., Porter, C. K., Bazaco, M. C., Zapata, L. V., & Riddle, M. S. (2020). Chronic Gastrointestinal and Joint-Related Sequelae Associated with Common Foodborne Illnesses: A Scoping Review.. Foodborne pathogens and disease, 17(2), 67-86. doi:10.1089/fpd.2019.2692More infoTo strengthen the burden estimates for chronic sequelae of foodborne illness, we conducted a scoping review of the current literature for common foodborne pathogens and their associated sequelae. We aim to describe the current literature and gaps in knowledge of chronic sequelae associated with common foodborne illnesses. A comprehensive search was conducted in PubMed, EMBASE, and Web of Science for peer-reviewed articles published January 1, 2000 to April 1, 2018. Articles available in English, of any epidemiological study design, for 10 common foodborne pathogens (Campylobacter, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, Listeria, Shigella, Cryptosporidium, Cyclospora, Giardia, Yersinia, and norovirus) and their associated gastrointestinal (GI)- and joint-related sequelae were included. Of the 6348 titles screened for inclusion, 380 articles underwent full-text review; of those 380, 129 were included for data extraction. Of the bacterial pathogens included in the search terms, the most commonly reported were Salmonella (n = 104) and Campylobacter (n = 99); E. coli (n = 55), Shigella (n = 49), Yersinia (n = 49), and Listeria (n = 15) all had fewer results. Norovirus was the only virus included in our search, with 28 article that reported mostly GI-related sequelae and reactive arthritis (ReA) reported once. For parasitic diseases, Giardia (n = 26) and Cryptosporidium (n = 18) had the most articles, and no results were found for Cyclospora. The most commonly reported GI outcomes were irritable bowel syndrome (IBS; n = 119) and inflammatory bowel disease (n = 29), and ReA (n = 122) or "joint pain" (n = 19) for joint-related sequelae. Salmonella and Campylobacter were most often associated with a variety of outcomes, with ReA (n = 34 and n = 27) and IBS (n = 17 and n = 20) reported most often. This scoping review shows there are still a relatively small number of studies being conducted to understand specific pathogen/outcome relationships. It also shows where important gaps in the impact of chronic sequelae from common foodborne illnesses still exist and where more focused research would best be implemented.
- Santos, E. M., McClelland, D. J., Shelly, C. E., Hansen, L., Jacobs, E. T., Klimentidis, Y. C., & Ernst, K. C. (2020). Malaria education interventions addressing bed net care and repair practices: a systematic review. Pathogens and Global Health, 114(1), 2-15.
- Anderson, E. J., Krause, K. C., Krause, C. M., Welter, A., McClelland, D. J., Garcia, D. O., Ernst, K., Lopez, E. C., & Koss, M. P. (2021). Web-Based and mHealth Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Prevention: A Systematic Review. TRAUMA VIOLENCE & ABUSE.
- Anderson, E. J., McClelland, J., Meyer Krause, C., Krause, K. C., Garcia, D. O., & Koss, M. P. (2019). Web-based and mHealth interventions for intimate partner violence prevention: A systematic review protocol. BMJ Open, 9(8).
- McClelland, D. J., Anderson, E. J., Krause, K. C., Meyer Krause, C., Welter, A., Garcia, D. O., Ernst, K., Lopez, E. C., & Koss, M. P. (2019). Web-Based and mHealth Interventions for Intimate Partner Violence Victimization Prevention: A Systematic Review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 22(4), 870-884. doi:10.1177/1524838019888889
- Pogreba-Brown, K., Austhof, E., Armstrong, A., Schaefer, K., Zapata, L. V., McClelland, D. J., Batz, M. B., Kuecken, M., Riddle, M., Porter, C. K., & Bazaco, M. C. (2019). Chronic Gastrointestinal and Joint-Related Sequelae Associated with Common Foodborne Illnesses: A Scoping Review. FOODBORNE PATHOGENS AND DISEASE.
- Carvajal, S. C., Kibor, C., McClelland, D. J., Ingram, M., de, Z. J., Torres, E., Redondo, F., Rodriguez, K., Rubio-Goldsmith, R. .., Meister, J., & Rosales, C. (2014). Stress and Sociocultural Factors Related to Health Status Among US-Mexico Border Farmworkers. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 16(6), 1176-1182.
- Carvajal, S. C., Rosales, C., Rubio-Goldsmith, R. .., Sabo, S., Ingram, M., McClelland, D. J., Redondo, F., Torres, E., Romero, A. J., O'Leary, A., Sanchez, Z., & De, Z. J. (2013). The border community and immigration stress scale: A preliminary examination of a community responsive measure in two southwest samples.
- Mcclelland, D. J., Mayorga, M. T., Martin, J., Ingram, M., Gillespie, K., & Caballero, M. F. (2010). Experiences of immigrant women who self-petition under the Violence Against Women Act.. Violence against women, 16(8), 858-80. doi:10.1177/1077801210376889More infoUndocumented immigrant women who are abused and living in the United States are isolated in a foreign country, in constant fear of deportation, and feel at the mercy of their spouse to gain legal status. To ensure that immigration law does not trap women in abusive relationships, the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA, 1994) enabled immigrant women to self-petition for legal status. Qualitative research methods were used in this participatory action research to investigate the experiences of Mexican immigrant women filing VAWA self-petitions. Emotional, financial, and logistic barriers in applying are identified, and recommendations for practice research and policy are provided.
- Hill, A., De, Z. J., Staten, L. K., Jean McClelland, D., Garza, R., Moore-Monroy, M. .., Elenes, J., Steinfelt, V., Tittelbaugh, I., Whitmer, E., & Meister, J. S. (2007). From program to policy: Expanding the role of community coalitions.
- Chong, J., Ingram, M., McClelland, D. J., Lopez, D., & De, Z. J. (2000). Smoking behavior in a smoking workplace.
- Hall-Lipsy, E. A., Maqueo-Chew, A. G., Carroll, T. L., Cooley, J. H., Mcclelland, D. J., & De Zapien, J. G. (2016, September). Developing an assessment tool for an interprofessional, binational, service learning activity for health professions students: focusing on empathy, advocacy, and cultural competency outcomes. All Together Better Health VIII. Oxford, England: World Coordinating Committee of Inteprofessional Networks.