Susan G. Gerberich PhD » Faculty

Research Interests:Population-based research focuses on injury epidemiology and control: injuries, in general; work-related, including agricultural injuries; brain and spinal cord injuries; violence; drug/alcohol use and injury consequences; sports injuries; and transportat

Professor, Environmental Health Sciences

Address Division of Environmental Health Sciences 420 Delaware St. SE, MMC 807 Minneapolis MN 55455 United States Work Phone: 612-625-5934
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Biography:

Susan Gerberich offers coursework and graduate research opportunities in the area of injury epidemiology and control. She is director of the Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety and co-director of the Regional Injury Prevention Research Center, Center for Violence Prevention and Control, and the Occupational Injury Prevention Research Training Program. Her research interests embrace all types of injuries, including: work-related injuries; brain and spinal cord injuries; violence; drug/alcohol use and injury consequences; sports injuries; and transportation-related injuries. Primarily, she conducts large population-based studies incorporating various methodologies that include surveillance and case-control applications.

  • 2012 – Present Leon S. Robertson Professorship in Injury Prevention
  • 2012-2013 President, Association of University Programs in Occupational Health and Safety (28 National Centers: 18 Education and Research Centers and 10 Agricultural Safety and Health Centers)
  • 2011 Distinguished Career Award, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section, November 2011
  • 2009 Distinguished Alumni of the School of Nursing, One of 100 — among approximately 8,500 living alumni, in celebration of the School’s 100th Anniversary
  • 2008 Excellence in Advising Award, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota
  • 2007-Present Mayo Professor of Public Health, University of Minnesota
  • Ph.D., Environmental Health, University of Minnesota, 1980
  • M.S.P.H., Public Health, University of Minnesota, 1978
  • B.S., Nursing, University of Minnesota, 1975

Expertise:

Epidemiology, Injuries / Injury Prevention, Occupational Health & Safety

Professional Experience:

  • 2012 – Present Leon S. Robertson Professorship in Injury Prevention
  • 2012-2013 President, Association of University Programs in Occupational Health and Safety (28 National Centers: 18 Education and Research Centers and 10 Agricultural Safety and Health Centers)
  • 2011 Distinguished Career Award, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section
  • 2009 Distinguished Alumni of the School of Nursing, One of 100 — among approximately 8,500 living alumni, in celebration of the School’s 100th Anniversary
  • 2008 Excellence in Advising Award, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota
  • 2007-Present Mayo Professor of Public Health, University of Minnesota
  • 2007-Present Principal Investigator and Director, Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety Education and Research Center, University of Minnesota
  • 2002-2006 Associate Director of Research, Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety, University of Minnesota
  • 1998-Present Professor, Division of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Tenured, 12- month appointment)
  • 1997-Present Faculty, Interdisciplinary Human Factors/Ergonomics Graduate Minor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • 1996-2007 Director, Center for Violence Prevention and Control (CVPC) – Collaborative effort with faculty from numerous disciplines throughout the University and community
  • 2007-Present Co-Director, CVPC (above)
  • 1994-1996 Director, Violence Prevention and Control Initiative – Collaborative effort with faculty from numerous disciplines throughout the University to facilitate community-based research
  • 1992-Present Faculty, Alcohol/Drug Epidemiology Program, Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota
  • 1990-Present Consultant: National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia
  • 1989 Associate Professor, Division of Environmental and Occupational Health, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Tenured,12-month appointment)
  • 1988-2007 Director, Regional Injury Prevention Research Center (RIPRC), Collaborating Program with Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia
  • 2007-Present Co-Director, RIPRC (above)
  • 1987-2000 Visiting Scientist: Department of Health Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic/Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota
  • 1987-2002 Director, Occupational Injury Epidemiology and Control Program, Midwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota; converted to Occupational Injury Prevention Research Training Program (OIPRTP) in 2002
  • 2002-Present Co-Director, OIPRTP (above) doctoral research training program
  • 1987-Present Full Membership, Graduate School, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Associate Membership, 1981-1987)
  • 1987-1988 Consultant: Injury Prevention and Control Intern Program, Indian Health Service
  • 1986-Present Consultant: Injury Epidemiology, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia
  • 1986-1989 Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, Environmental Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (12-month/tenure-track appointment)
  • 1983-1986 Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, Public Health Nursing, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (9-month/tenure-track appointment)
  • 1980-1983 Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota (50% 12-month/non-tenure track appointment)
  • 1980-1991 Director of Research/Consultant, Institute for Athletic Medicine, Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • 1980-1981 Consultant: Research Design – Treatment of Injuries, Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • 1977-Present Consultant: Injury Prevention and Sports Medicine Research
  • 1977-1980 Principal Investigator and Project Director: Minnesota High School Football Injury Study, Institute for Athletic Medicine, Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota
    June-September Consultant: MRFIT Program, Department of Physiological
  • 1976 Hygiene, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • 1965-1976 Multiple Clinical/Administrative Positions – Acute Care (Intensive Care; Coronary
    Care; Emergency Department) and Community Agency Facilities

Honors and Awards:

  • 2014 Nominated for the 2014 Leonard M. Schuman Excellence in Teaching Award
  • 2012 – Present Leon S. Robertson Professorship in Injury Prevention
  • 2011 Distinguished Career Award, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section
  • 2010 Certification of Appreciation – For Exemplary Service to the Injury Control and Emergency Services Section, American Public Health Association
  • 2009 Named Distinguished Alumni of the School of Nursing among the 100 Distinguished Nursing Alumni and Centennial Distinguished Alumni (from 8500 living alumni)
  • 2008 Excellence in Advising Award, School of Public Health
  • 2007 – Present Mayo Professor of Public Health – Appointment
  • 2006 Faculty Excellence Award, Environmental Health Sciences, University of Minnesota
  • 2004 Excellence in Science Award – American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section
  • 2004-2008 Honorary Scientist, Rural Development Administration, Republic of Korea – based on leadership and excellence in population-based agricultural activity related injury research
  • 2001 Listed in Who’s Who of America, Marquis Who’s Who, Inc., 2002.
  • 2000-Present Appointed to Research Review Panels, National Institutes of Health/NIOSH
  • 2000-Present Listed in Who’s Who in the World
  • 1999/2000, 2003 Special Recognition Award, For Outstanding Service to the Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section, American Public Health Association
  • 1998-2003 Elected to the Governing Council, American Public Health Association, Representative for the Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section
  • 1996 Special Recognition Award, For Invaluable Service to the Organization, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section, American Public Health Association
  • 1996 Appointed to the Blue Ribbon Panel: Methodological Challenges to the Study of Occupational Injuries – Harvard University/Liberty Mutual Research Center for Safety and Health/National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
  • 1994-1996 Elected to the Governing Council, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section
  • 1992-Present Chair, Student Paper Competition, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services Section, American Public Health Association; Developed Award (1992)
  • 1990-1993 Appointed to the National Occupational Injury Prevention and Control Panel by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health/Centers for Disease Control
  • 1990 Appointed to the Farm Safety Task Force by Minnesota Senator’s office to review Farm Safety Act
  • 1989-Present Delta Omega, Pi Chapter – Honorary Public Health Society/li>
  • 1988 Appointed to the Minnesota Injury Prevention and Control Task Force by the Commissioner, Minnesota State Department of Health
  • 1987-1989 Appointed to the Blue Ribbon National Injury Prevention and Control Committee by the Division of Injury Epidemiology and Control, Centers for Disease Control and the Division of Maternal and Child Health, Department of Health and Human Services
  • 1986-1991 Appointed to the Centers for Disease Control INPRESS Grant Review Blue Ribbon Panel/Committee
  • 1985 Appointed to National Institutes of Health Grant Review Panel – Injuries and Injury Prevention in Children
  • 1985 Nominated for Emerging Scholar Award, Academic Year 1984-1985, University of Minnesota Chapter – Phi Kappa Phi, April 1985; awarded membership
  • 1984-1989 Appointed to the Advisory Council, State of Minnesota Workers’ Compensation, by the Commissioner
  • 1984 Awarded Certificate of Appreciation, by University of Minnesota, School of Nursing in recognition of distinguished service, research and writing in the fields of athletic medicine and occupational health, Honors Convocation
  • 1984 Appointed as delegate, by the Lieutenant Governor, Minnesota, to the National Women’s Leadership Conference on Fitness (President’s National Fitness Council), Washington, D.C.
  • 1997-Present Certified as a Fellow in the American College of Epidemiology
  • 1983-1997 Certified as an Associate in the American College of Epidemiology
  • 1983-Present Listed in Who’s Who in the Midwest, Nineteenth Edition, Chicago: Marquis Who’s Who, Inc.
  • 1981-Present Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society of North America
  • 1980-1987 Appointed to the Minnesota Legislature Science and Technology Council — Advisory Council to the Joint Legislative Committee on Science and Technology
  • 1979-Present Listed in The World’s Who’s Who of Women. Fifth Edition, Cambridge, England:
    International Biographical Centre
  • 1979-Present Listed in Who’s Who of American Women. Eleventh Edition, Chicago: Marquis Who’s Who, Inc.
  • 1977-Present Listed in Who’s Who in Health Care, New York: Hanover Publications, Inc.
  • 1977 Student Leadership and Service Recognition, University of Minnesota
  • 1975 Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Honorary Society
  • 1975 Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, Summa Cum Laude

Full CV

Publications: 

  • Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Renier CM, Church TR, Masten A, McGovern PM, Mongin SJ. Regional Rural Injury Study III: Short- and long-term work-related consequences associated with injuries among children on agricultural operations, In preparation.
  • Zaloshnja E, Miller TR, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD. The Economic Impact of Replacing Agricultural Youth Labor with Hired Adult Labor, In review.
  • Schofield KE, Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, MacLehose RF, Ryan AD. Minor injury experience and risk of subsequent lost-time injury in construction companies, In review. [BHA: Research Advisor for KES; SGG: PhD Committee Member]
  • Schofield KE, Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, MacLehose RF, Ryan AD. Workers’ Compensation Loss Prevention Representative Contact and Risk of Lost-Time Injury in Construction Policyholders. (In review) [BHA: Research Advisor for KES; SGG: PhD Committee Member]
  • Wei C, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Alexander BH, Church TR, Manser M: [2015] Occupational Injury Among Urban Transit Bus Operators: Unintentional Injury Incidence and Risk Factors, In review. Thesis Advisor; NIOSH funded RO1 Research]
  • Wei C, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Alexander BH, Church TR, Manser M: [2015] [SGG: CW PhD Thesis Advisor; NIOSH funded RO1 Research] Urban Transit Bus Operators: Intentional Injury Incidence and Risk Factors, In review.
  • Sun SJ, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Peterson LA: [2015] does shiftwork play a role in violence against nurses? – A case-control study, Pending final approval. [SGG: SJS Research Advisor; NIOSH funded RO1 Research]
  • Drucker C, Gerberich SG, Manser MP, Church TR, Alexander BH, Becic E, Ryan AD: Driver support systems for the detection of in-use and in-transport emergency vehicles, in review. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for CD]
  • Feda DM, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Nachreiner NM, McGovern PM. Presence of assault deterrents and educators’ risk of physical assault. In review. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for DMF]

Published or In Press

  • Baidwan NK, Gerberich SG, Kim H, Ryan AD: [2016] Analysis of the association between work-related exposures and occupational injuries among aging United States workers, In press, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada: Research, Policy and Practice (HPCDP Journal) [SGG: NKB PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Reiner AM, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Mandel J: [2016] Large machinery-related agricultural injuries across a five-state region in the Midwest. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 58(2):154-161 [SGG: Research Advisor for AMR; JM: Academic Advisor]
  • Schofield KE, Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD: [2015] Management commitment to safety and risk of injury- A Workers’ Compensation Insurance Perspective. Journal of Safety Health and Environmental Research (JSHER) 11(1);186-195. [BHA: Research Advisor for KES; SGG: PhD Committee Member]
  • Ryan AD, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Renier CM: [2015] Animal-related activities as risk factors for injuries among youth on agricultural operations, Journal of Agromedicine 20(2):188-194. doi: 10.1080/1059924X.2015.1010058.
  • Nordgren LD, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Church TR, Bender JB, Ryan AD:[2014] Evaluation of factors associated with work-related injuries to veterinary technicians certified in Minnesota. Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association. [SGG: LDN PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Nordgren LD, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Church TR, Bender JB, Ryan AD:[2014] Evaluation of risk and protective factors for work-related bite injuries to veterinary technicians certified in Minnesota, Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association 245(4):434-440. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for LDN]
  • Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM, Ryan AD, Church TR, McGovern PM, Geisser MS, Watt GD, Feda DM, Pinder E, Sage SK: [2014] Case-control study of student-perpetrated physical violence against educators, Paper in press (online prepublication), Annals of Epidemiology 24:325-332. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for DMF, EP, and SKS]
  • Drucker C, Gerberich SG, Manser MP, Alexander BH, Church TR, Ryan AD, Becic E: [2013] Factors  associated with civilian drivers involved in crashes with emergency vehicles. Accident Analysis and Prevention  55:116-123. [SGG: Thesis Advisor for CD]
  • Schofield KE, Alexander, BH, Gerberich, SG, Ryan, AD: [2013] Injury rates, severity, and drug testing programs in small construction companies. Journal of Safety Research 44:97-104. SGG: KES PhD Committee Member] http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsr.2012.08.021
  • Wei C, Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM, Alexander BH, Ryan AD, Mongin SJ:[2013] Work-related violence against educators in Minnesota: rates and risks based on hours exposed. Journal of Safety Research 44:73-85. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for CW]
  • Nachreiner NM, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Erkal S, McGovern PM, Church TR, Mongin SJ, Feda DM. Risk of physical assault against school educators with histories of occupational and other violence: A case-control study, WORK: A Journal for Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation 42:39-46, 2012. SGG: Mentor for SE; PhD Thesis Advisor for DMF, EP, and SKS]
  • Byrnes M, Gerberich S. The effect of motorcycle helmet use and legislation on morbidity and mortality in the United States: A systematic review, Minnesota Medicine, January 2012.  [SGG: Co-advisor for MB]
  • Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM, Ryan AD, Church TR, McGovern PM, Geisser MS, Watt GD, Feda DM, Pinder E, Sage SK. Violence against educators: a population-based study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 53(3)294-302, 2011. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for DMF, EP, and SKS]
  • Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM, Ryan AD, Church TR, McGovern PM, Geisser MS, Watt GD, Feda DM, Pinder E, Sage SK. Violence against educators: A population-based study. Erratum Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2011;53(5):585.
  • Feda DM, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Nachreiner NM, McGovern PM. Written violence policies and risk of physical assault against Minnesota educators, Journal of Public Health Policy 31(4):461-477, 2010. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for DMF]
  • Williams QL, Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM, Church TR, Ryan AD. Bystander injury evaluation of children from midwestern agricultural operations, Journal of Safety Research 41(1):31-37, 2010. (SGG: Grant PI/Ad Hoc Advisor and Committee Member for QLW)
  • Grice M, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, McGovern PM, Ryan AD. Past violence and future violence: A case-control study of Minnesota nurses, Italian Journal of Public Health 8(7):41-47, 2010. [SGG: Mentor for MG]
  • Williams QL Jr., Alexander BH, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD. Child bystanding: A risk factor for injury and identifying its determinants on Midwestern agricultural operations, Accident Analysis and Prevention 42(1):10-18, 2010. [SGG: Grant PI/Ad Hoc Advisor and Committee Member for QLW] Best Paper Award, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, American Public Health Association, 2008]
  • Rakauskas, ME, Ward NJ, Gerberich SG: [2009] Differences between rural and urban safety cultures, In press, Accident Analysis and Prevention 41(5):931-937, 2009. [Faculty research; MER, Mechanical Engineering student]
  • Erkal S, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Alexander BH, and Renier CM: [2009] Horse-related injuries: Regional Rural Injury Study II, Journal of Rural Health 25(4):420-427, 2009. [SGG: Post-Doctoral Advisor/Mentor for SE]
  • Sage SK, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Nachreiner NM, Church TR, Alexander BH, Mongin SJ. School resources, resource allocation and risk of physical assault against Minnesota educators, Accident Analysis and Prevention 42(1):1-9, 2009. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for SKS; Best Paper Award, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, American Public Health Association, 2008]
  • Larson-Bright M, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Gurney JG, Masten AS, Church TR, Ryan AD, Renier CM. Parental Safety Beliefs and Childhood Agricultural Injury, American Journal of Industrial Medicine 52(9):724-733, 2009. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for ML-B]
  • Carlson KF, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Masten AS, Church TR, Shutske J, Ryan AD, Renier CM, Mongin SJ. Children’s behavioral traits and high risk work exposures on family agricultural operations, Journal of Safety Research 40(2):97-103, 2009. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for KFC]
  • Erkal S, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Alexander BH, Renier CM. Animal-related injuries: A population-based study of a five-state region in the Midwest (Regional Rural Injury Study II), Journal of Safety Research 39:351-363, 2008. [SGG: Post-Doctoral Advisor/Mentor for SE]
  • Nachreiner NM, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD. Minnesota Nurses’ Study: Perceptions of violence and the work environment, Industrial Health 45:672-678, 2007.
  • Nachreiner NM, Dagher R, McGovern PM, Baker B, Alexander B, Gerberich SG. Successful return to work for cancer survivors, AAOHN 55(7):290-295, 2007.
  • Larson-Bright M, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Gurney JG, Masten AS, Church TR, Ryan AD, Renier CM. Work Practices and Childhood Agricultural Injury, Injury Prevention 13(6): 409-415, 2007 [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Mongin SJ, Jensen KE, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Ryan AD, Masten AS, Carlson KF. Injuries Among Agricultural Operation Household Members: Regional Rural Injury Study – II (RRIS-II) – 1999, Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health 13(3):295-310, 2007. [SGG: Master’s Advisor, KEJ; PhD Advisor, KFC]
  • Nachreiner NM, Hansen H, Okano A, Gerberich SG, McGovern PM, Church TR, Ryan AD. Difference in work-related violence by nurse license type, Journal of Professional Nursing. 23(5): 290-300, 2007. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor, NMN; OA, master’s student – school of nursing]
  • Carlson KF, Langner DM, Alexander BH, Gurney J, Gerberich SG, Ryan AD, Renier CM, Mongin SJ. The association between parents’ past agricultural injuries and their children’s risk of injury: Analyses from the Regional Rural Injury Study – II. Best Poster Award, 7th World Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion in Vienna, June 6-9 2004. Selected from over 2,000 posters submitted by all participants. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine160(11):1137-1142, 2006. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for KFC and DML]
  • Paulson EH, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Ryan AD, Renier CM, Zhang X, French LR, Masten A, Carlson KF. Fall-related injuries among agricultural household members: Regional Rural Injury Study – II (RRIS-II). Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 48(9):959-968, 2006. [SGG: Master’s Thesis Advisor for EHP; PhD Thesis Advisor for KFC]
  • Kurszewski L, Gerberich SG, Serfass RC, Ryan AD, Renier CM, Alexander BH, Carlson KF, Masten AS. Sports and recreational injuries: Regional Rural Injury Study-II. Impact on agricultural households and operations, Best Paper Award, Student Paper Competition, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, 2004, British Journal of Sports Medicine 40(6):527-535, June 2006. (Also: E-Pub March 17, 2006) [SGG: Master’s Thesis Advisor for LK; PhD Thesis Advisor for KFC]
  • Findorff MJ, McGovern PM, Wall MM, Gerberich SG. Reporting violence to a health care employer, AAOHN 53(9):399-406, 2005. [SGG: PhD Thesis Co-Advisor]
  • Nachreiner NM, Gerberich SG, McGovern PM, Church TR, Hansen H, Geisser MS, Ryan, AD, D. Relation between policies and work-related assault: Minnesota Nurses’ Study, Best Paper Award, Student Paper Competition, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, 2002, Occupational and Environmental Medicine.  62: 675-681, 2005. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Nachreiner NM, Gerberich SG, McGovern PM, Church TR, Hansen H. Geisser MS, Ryan AD, Watt GD. Impact of training on work-related assault, Research in Nursing and Health 28:67-78, 2005. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Church TR, McGovern PM, Hansen H, Nachreiner NM, Geisser MS, Ryan AD, Mongin SJ, Watt GD, Jurek A. Risk factors for work-related assaults on nurses, Epidemiology. 16(5):704-709, 2005.
  • Luan X, Pan Wei, Gerberich SG, Carlin BP. Does it always help to adjust for misclassification of a binary outcome in logistic regression? Statistics in Medicine 24:2221-2234, 2005. [SGG: Supervisor – Luan, Research Assistant]
  • Carlson KF, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH, Church TR, Ryan AD, Mongin SJ, Renier CM, Zhang X, French LRonald, Masten AS. Tractor-related injuries: Regional Rural Injury Study-II, American Public Health Association, San Francisco, California, 2003. Delta Omega Award for Best Paper American Journal of Industrial Medicine  47(3):254-264, 2005. [SGG: Thesis Advisor]
  • Olson DK, Lohman WH, Brosseau LM, Frederickson A, McGovern PM, Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM. Crosscutting competencies for occupational health and safety professionals, Journal of Public Health Management Practice 11(3):235-243, 2005.
  • Findorff MJ, McGovern PM, Wall M, Gerberich SG, Alexander BH. Risk factors for work-related violence in a health care organization, Injury Prevention 10(5):296-302, 2004. [SGG: PhD Thesis Co-Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Church TR, McGovern PM, Hansen Helen, Nachreiner NM, Geisser MS, Ryan AD, Mongin SJ, Watt GD. An epidemiological study of the magnitude and consequences of work-related violence: The Minnesota nurses’ study, Occupational and Environmental Medicine 61:495-503, 2004. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor for NMN]
  • Gerberich SG, Sidney S, Braun B, Tolan K, Tekawa I, Quesenberry CP. Marijuana use and injury events resulting in hospitalization, Annals of Epidemiology 13(4): 230-237, 2003.
    *Gabel CL, Gerberich SG. Case-control study of injuries among Veterinarians, Epidemiology 200213(1): 80-86, 2002. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Hard D, Meyer J, and Gerberich SG. Traumatic Injuries in Agriculture, Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health 8(1):51-65, 2002.
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, French LR, Renier CM, Lee T-Y, Carr WP, and Shutske J.  Injuries among children and youth in farm households:  Regional Rural Injury Study – I (RRIS – I), Injury Prevention 7(2):117-120, June 2001. [T-Y Lee, Post-Doc]
  • Findorff MJ, McGovern PM, Rozman JM, Gerberich SG. The cost of violence for healthcare workers, Journal of Healthcare Safety, Compliance, and Infection Control 4(5):209-217, 2000.  [SGG: PhD Thesis Co-Advisor]
  • McGovern PM, Kochevar L, Lohman W, Zaidman B, Gerberich SG, Nyman J, Findorff-Dennis M. The cost of work-related assaults in Minnesota, Health Services Research 35(3):663-686, 2000. [SGG: PhD Thesis Co-Advisor]
  • Gabel CL, Gerberich SG, and Maldonado G. Potential use of case-crossover study designs in injury epidemiology studies, Best Student Paper Award, Society for Epidemiologic Research, American Journal of Epidemiology 149(11):12, 1999. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Lee S-H Gerberich SG, Waller L, Anderson A, McGovern P. Work-related assault injuries among nurses, Epidemiology 10(6):685-691,1999. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Braun BL, Tekawa IS, Gerberich SG, and Sidney S. Marijuana use and medically attended injury events, Annals of Emergency Medicine 32(3): 353-360, 1998.
  • Braun BL, Tekawa IS, Gerberich SG, Sidney Stephen. Marijuana-related injury, Annals of Emergency Medicine 33(5): 600-601, 1998.
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson R, French LR, Lee T-Y, Carr WP, Kochevar L, Renier CM, Shutske J. A population-based study of machinery-related injuries:  Regional Rural Injury Study – I (RRIS – I), Accident Analysis and Prevention  30(6):793-804, 1998. [T-Y Lee, Post-Doc]
  • Gerberich SG, Burns S, Brust J. Neurological injuries in ice hockey, In Jordan, Tsairis and Warren, Neurological Aspects of Sports Medicine Second Edition, Aspen Publishers, Inc., 1998.
  • Gerberich SG, Nachreiner NM. Injury Epidemiology: Prevention and control of a major public health problem, Minnesota Medicine 81:55- 57, 1998. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor, NMN]
  • LaMar WJ, Gerberich SG, Lohman W, Zaidman B. Work-related physical assault, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 40(4):317-324, 1998. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • McGovern P, Gerberich SG, Kochevar L, Nachreiner N. A survey of community-based violence prevention and control efforts in Minnesota, Journal of Public Health Policy 19(2): 219-231, 1998. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Mittleman MA, Maldonado G, Gerberich SG, Smith GS, and Sorock GS. Alternative approaches to analytical designs in occupational injury epidemiology, American Journal of Industrial Medicine 32(2): 129-141, 1997.
  • Klein P, Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Maldonado G, Larntz K, Kruttschnitt C, Renier CM. Risk factors for work-related violent victimization, Epidemiology 8(4):408-413, 1997. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Boyle D, Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Maldonado G, Robinson A, Martin F, Renier CM. Case-control study of dairy-operation related injuries:  Rate ratios associated with dairy activities, Best Paper Award, Student Paper Competition, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, 1994, Epidemiology  8(11): 37-41, 1997. [SGG: PhD Thesis Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Fife D, Mandel JS, Aeppli D, Le CT,  Rolnick SJ, Renier C, Burlew M, Matross R. Effects of brain injury on college academic performance, Neuroepidemiology 16(1):1-14,  1997.
  • Lee T-Y, Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Carr WP, Shutske J, Renier CM.  A population-based study of tractor-related injuries:  Regional Rural Injury Study – I (RRIS – I), Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 38(8):782-793, 1996. [SGG: Post-Doc Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Robertson LS, Gibson RW, Renier C M. An epidemiological study of roadway fatalities related to farm vehicles; United States, 1988-1993, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 38(11):1135-1140, 1996.
  • Gerberich SG. Prevention of death and disability in farming, In H.H. McDuffie, J.A. Dosman, K.M. Semchuk, S.A. Olenchock, A. Senthilselvan, Human Sustenability in Agriculture:  Health, Safety, Environment, Proceedings, Third International Symposium:  Issues in Health, Safety and Agriculture, Saskatoon, Canada, May 1992, 1995.
  • Carr WP, French LR, Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Gunderson PD, Renier CM. Supplemental ICD-9-CM external cause codes for agricultural injuries, In H.H. McDuffie, J.A. Dosman, K.M. Semchuk, S.A. Olenchock, A. Senthilselvan, Human Sustenability in Agriculture:  Health, Safety, Environment, Proceedings, Third International Symposium:  Issues in Health, Safety and Agriculture, Saskatoon, Canada, May 1992, 1995.
  • Hayden G, Gerberich SG, Maldonado G. Fatal farm injuries:  A five year study utilizing a unique approach to investigate the concordance of reporting between two data sources, Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 37:571-5 77, 1995. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Gunderson PD, French,LR, Martin F, True JA, Shutske J, Renier CM, Carr WP. Regional Rural Injury Study (RRIS):  A population-based effort, In H.H. McDuffie, J.A. Dosman, K.M. Semchuk, S.A. Olenchock, A. Senthilselvan, Human Sustenability in Agriculture: Health, Safety, Environment, Proceedings, Third International Symposium: Issues in Health, Safety and Agriculture, Saskatoon, Canada, May 1992, 1995.
  • Braun BL, Gerberich SG, Sidney, S. Injury events:  Utility of self-report in retrospective identification in the USA, Best Paper Awar, Student Paper Competition, American Public Health Association, Injury Control and Emergency Health Services, 1992, Journal of Epidemiology  and Community Health 49: 604-605, 1994.
  • Gerberich SG, Parker D, Dudzik M. Bicycle-motor vehicle collisions:  Epidemiology of related injury incidence and consequences, Minnesota Medicine 77: 27-31, 1994.
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Gunderson PD, French LR, True JA, Renier C, Carr P. The Regional Rural Injury Study-I (RRIS-I):  A Model for National Surveillance of Injuries in Agriculture, In Proceedings:  Ninth International Symposium on Epidemiology in Occupational Health, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 547-548, 1994.
  • Brown M, Gerberich SG. Injuries to childcare workers-Minnesota, 1985-1990:  An analysis of potential risk factors, Journal of Occupational Medicine 35(12): 1236-1243, 1993. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG. School Sports Injuries, In Good Sports: Preventing Recreational Injuries, Proceedings, Washington, D.C.:  Association of Trial Lawyers of America and The Johns Hopkins Injury Prevention Center, 1992.
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Gunderson PD, Melton LJ III, French LR, Renier CM, True JA, Carr WP. Surveillance of injuries in agriculture, Proceedings: Surgeon General’s Conference on Agricultural Health and Safety (NIOSH) September, 1992.
  • Gerberich SG, Leon AS, Edin JB, Serfass R, McNally C. Analysis of the acute effects of rebound exercise, Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 10: 395-400, 1990.
  • Bartlett J, Gerberich SG, Leon A, Serfass R, McNally C, Shaw G, Moy J, Casal D.  Rebounding on a mini-trampoline: Implications for physical fitness and coronary risk factors, Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 10: 401-408, 1990. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gunderson P, Gerberich SG, Gibson R, Adlis S, Carr WP, Erdman A, Elkington J, French LR, Melton LJ III, True J. Injury surveillance in agriculture, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 18:169-178, 1990. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor, SA]
  • Gerberich SG, Gibson RW, Gunderson PD, Melton LJ III, French LR, Renier C, Erdman AG, True JA, Carr P, Elkington J. Validity of trauma reporting in the agricultural community, Journal of Occupational Accidents 12:200-201, 1990.
  • Scott, Cindy Eggert; Gerberich, Susan Goodwin. Analysis of a smoking policy in the workplace, AAOHN 37(7):265-273, 1989. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Erickson D, Serfass R, Beard B,  Poulson E, Ross S, Wasser-Scott P, Dauwalter Toni, Olson C, Lewis S. Analysis of quadriceps strength training using two forms of bilateral exercise training, Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 70(10):775-779, 1989.
  • Welsch A, Gerberich SG, Gunderson PD.  A unique approach to surveillance of severe and catastrophic injuries:  An agricultural case study, Proceedings: Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics, National Center for Health Statistics, USDHHS, PHS, CDC, July 1989; pp. 474-480. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Gerberich BK, Fife D, Cicero J, Lilja P, Van Berkom L. Analyses of the relationship between blood alcohol and nasal breath alcohol concentrations: Implications for assessment of trauma cases, Journal of Trauma 29(3):338-343, 1989.
  • Finke R, Gerberich SG, Madden M, Funk S, Murray K, Priest JD, Aamoth Gordon. Shoulder injuries in ice hockey, Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy 10(1):54-58, 1988. [SGG: Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Luhmann S, Finke C, Priest JD. and Beard BJ. Analysis of severe injuries associated with volleyball activities, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 15(8): 75-79, 1987.
  • Wild E, Gerberich SG, Skovbroten C, and Coe K. Analyses of wrist injuries in workers engaged in repetitive tasks, AAOHN 35(8):356-366, 1987. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • McGovern P, Gerberich SG, Garrard J,  and Austin M, Rolnick S. Lost-time injuries: An analysis of the differences between lost-time and non lost-time work-related injuries, AAOHN 35(7):302-309,1987. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Finke R, Madden M, Priest JD, Aamoth G, Murray K. An epidemiological study of high school hockey injuries, Child’s Nervos System 3:59-64, 1987.
  • Gerberich SG, Peterson EH. Drug use to enhance and facilitate performance in sports: Implications for priorities in public health, Pharmacy International 7(12):311-315, 1986.
  • Olson D, Gerberich SG. Traumatic amputations in the workplace, Journal of Occupational Medicine 28(7): 480-485, 1986. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG. Sports injuries: Implications for prevention, Public Health Reports 100(6):570-571, 1985.
  • Gerberich SG, Hays M, Mandel J, Gibson R, Van der Heide C. Analyses of suicides in adolescents and young adults, In Laaser, U., Senault, R., and Viehaus, H., Editors, Primary Health Care in the Making, Proceedings:  International Congress of Preventive Medicine, Heidelberg, Germany, September 1983, Heidelberg:  Springer-Verlag, 1985.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD. Treatment for lateral epicondylitis: Variables related to recovery, British Journal of Sports Medicine 19(4):224-227,1985.
  • Gerberich SG. Invited Review, Robertson, Leon, Injuries: Causes, Control Strategies and Public Policy, Journal of Public Health Policy 6(2): 274-279, 1985.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD, Boen JR, Straub CP, Maxwell RE. Relation of football injuries to exposure time, American Journal of Public Health 74(10): 1170, 1171, 1984.
  • Serfass R, Gerberich SG. Exercise for optimal health: Strategies and motivational considerations, Preventive Medicine13: 79-99, 1984.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD. A study of the effectiveness of a treatment for lateral epicondylitis, Orthopaedic Transactions 8(1):76-79, 1984.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD, Straub CP, Boen J, Maxwell, Robert E. Concussion incidence and severity in secondary school varsity football players, American Journal of Public Health 73(12):1370-1375, 1983.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD, Straub CP, Boen J.  Incidence, severity, and chronicity of spinal trauma symptoms in high school football players, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 11(9): 122-140, September 1983.
  • Gibson SB, Gerberich SG, Leon AS. Writing the exercise prescription, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 11(7): 87-110, July 1983. [SGG: Master’s Research Advisor]
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD, Grafft Joe, Siebert RC. Injuries to the brain and spinal cord: Assessment, emergency care, and prevention, Minnesota Medicine 65(11):691-696, 1982.
  • Gerberich SG, Priest JD. Concussion incidence among secondary school varsity football players: Implications for the sports medicine physician, Orthopaedic Transactions 6(2):196-199, 1982.
  • Priest JD, Braden V, Gerberich SG. The elbow and tennis, part 2: A study of players with pain, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 8:77-85, 1980.
  • Priest JD, Braden V, Gerberich SG. The elbow and tennis, part 1: An analysis of players with and without pain, The Physician and Sportsmedicine 8:81-91,1980.
  • Gerberich SG, McLaughlin LA, Simon Barbara. Motivation via an evaluation tool, International Nursing Review. Geneva, Switzerland, 25(3):72-76, 1978.