Cheri A. Pies DrPH, MPH, MSW

Recall Clinical Professor, School of Public Health
Research Interests: 
  • Reducing and eliminating health disparities and inequities in birth outcomes through implementation of the Life Course Model
  • Use of incentives in delivery of reproductive health services
  • Use of photovoice in defining community health issues for program evaluation, implementation, and needs assessment
  • Lesbian and gay health concerns
  • Use of focus group research in public health practice
Selected Publications: 

Minkler M, Pies C, "Ethical issues in community organization and community participation", Community Organizing and Community Building for Health, ed. M Minkler, second edition, Rutgers University Press, 2004

Brunner W, Pies C. "Intensive Home Visiting Programs: Implications for California Counties," Contra Costa Health Services

Wang C, Pies C.  "Family, Maternal and Child Health through Photovoice.  Maternal and Child Health Journal, Vol. 8, No. 2, June 2004

PiesC, "Norplant use by adolescents: Viewpoints of three stakeholder groups", Journal of Adolescent Health, Vol 16, No 5, Apr-91

Boonstra H, Duran V, Gamble VN, Blumenthal P, Dominguez L, Pies C, "The boom and bust phenomenon: the hopes, dreams, and broken promises of the contraceptive revolution", Contraception, 61:9-25, 2000

Pies C, "Norplant and the Politics of Contraception in Women's Health: Complexities and Differences", eds S Ruzek, V Olesen, A Clarke; Ohio Press, 1998

Mays VM, Cochran SD, Pies C, Chu S, Ehrhardt A, "The risk of HIV for lesbians and women who have sex with women: Implications for HIV research, prevention, policy and service", Women's Health Research on Gender, Behavior and Policy, Special Issue, Vol 2, Nos 1&2, 1996

Pies C, "AIDS, Ethics Reproductive Rights: No Easy Answers", Women Resisting AIDS: Feminist Strategies of Empowerment Eds B Schneider and N Stoller, Temple University Press, 1995

Profile Updated: April 6, 2016