Ms. Boman-Davis is currently the program lead for the onsite Bachelor of Science in Public Health Program and full-time instructor in public health. She has more than 20 years of community, academic and research experience in social norms and behavioral ecological approaches in public health, with an emphasis on tobacco control. Her tobacco related background and interests include: primary and secondary prevention (e.g., consumption, exposure), policy (e.g., development, access, enforcement); research (e.g., behavioral, environmental) and media (e.g., social marketing, spokesperson); program development and evaluation (e.g., health disparities, health inequities); grant writing and review (e.g., local, state, federal). Ms. Boman-Davis also has extensive experience working with socioeconomically, ethnically, culturally, religiously, linguistically diverse populations and communities including the following: youth (i.e., under age 18); young adults (i.e., 18-24); policy makers (e.g., city council, college administrators, community agencies); and policy enforcers (e.g., police, community members).
Recent Publications include:
Hovell MF, Adams MA, Hofstetter CR, Martinez-Donate A, Gonzalez-Perez G, Rovniak L, Boman-Davis M. Complete Home Smoking Bans and Anti-Tobacco Contingencies: A Natural Experiment. Nicotine & Tobacco Research (In Press)
Klepeis NE, Hughes SH, Edwards RD, Allen T, Johnson M, Chowdhury Z, Smith KR, Boman-Davis M, Bellettiere J, Hovell MF. Promoting Smoke-Free Homes: A Novel Behavioral Intervention Using Real-Time Audio-Visual Feedback on Airborne Particle Levels. PLOS ONE (In Press)
Al-Delaimy WK, White MM, Mills AL, Pierce JP, Emory K, Boman M, Smith J, Edland S. Final Summary Report of: Two Decades of the California Tobacco Control Program: California Tobacco Survey, 1990-2008, La Jolla, CA: University of California, San Diego; 2010.