Publications

Dr. David DeRose’s Professional Publications and Presentations

Professional Publications

  • Crutcher JM, DeRose DJ, DePersio SR. Improving the health of Oklahomans through clinical prevention. Part III: Immunizations and chemoprophylaxis. J Oklahoma State Med Assoc. 2000 Dec; 93(12):557-566.

  • Crutcher JM, DeRose DJ, DePersio SR. Improving the health of Oklahomans through clinical prevention. Part II: Screening to identify early-stage disease and risk factors. J Oklahoma State Med Assoc. 2000 Aug; 93(8):397-408.

  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, Jamison JM, Muscat JE, Braman MA, McLane GD, Mullen JK. A vegan diet-based lifestyle program rapidly lowers homocysteine levels. Preventive Medicine 2000 Mar; 30(3):225-233.

  • DeRose DJ, Crutcher JM, DePersio SR. Improving the health of Oklahomans through clinical prevention. Part I: Counseling to decrease major risk factors. J Oklahoma State Med Assoc. 2000 Feb; 93(2):52-60.

  • DeRose DJ, Mullen JK, Muscat JE. “Expanding and Understanding Risk Factors for Coronary Heart Disease” Journal of the American Medical Association 1997 Aug; 278(8):636.

  • Stellman SD, Wynder EL, DeRose DJ, and Muscat JE. The epidemiology of left-handedness in a hospital population. Annals of Epidemiology 1997 Apr; 7(3): 167-171.

  • DeRose DJ. “Designing Wellness and Health Promotion Programs” in Occupational Health Services: Practical Strategies for Improving Quality and Controlling Costs (William L. Newkirk, M.D., editor). American Hospital Publishing, Inc. 1993; pages 181-192.

Professional Meetings with Published Meeting Abstracts

  • Charles-Marcel ZL, DeRose DJ. Multifaceted diabetes lifestyle intervention improves glycemia, weight, triglycerides and lipid parameters despite high carbohydrate vegan diet. Diabetes 2001 June; 50(S2):A141

  • Mayer H, DeRose D, Charles-Marcel Z, Jamison J, Payne S, Roberts SO, Nethery V. Hemodynamic and metabolic effects of intermittent vs. continuous aerobic training. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2001 May; 33(5):S19.

  • DeRose DJ, Mayer HC, Charles-Marcel ZL, Sergev O, Roberts SO, Nethery VM. Intermittent training aerobic exercise, the thyroid, and weight loss. Obesity Research 2000 Oct; 8(S1): 82S.

  • DeRose DJ, Braman MA, Charles-Marcel ZL, McLane GD, Sparks ST. Alternative and complementary therapies for nicotine addiction. Complementary Health Practice Review 2000 Fall; 6(1):98.

  • Mayer H, DeRose D, Charles-Marcel Z, Jamison J, Payne S, Roberts SO, Nethery V. A comparison between intermittent and continuous aerobic training on cardiorespiratory and body composition responses in sedentary adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 2000 May;32(5):S218.

Other Invited and/or Peer-Reviewed Professional Meeting Presentations

  • DeRose DJ: “The Diabetes Mastery Program: Training Christian Health Professionals to Deliver Church-based Diabetes Programming” presented at the Health Ministries Association’s annual national conference. King of Prussia, PA. June 2003. [similar presentation made at the American Public Health Association’s 130th annual meeting; Philadelphia, PA. November 2002.]
  • DeRose DJ. “Natural Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes” presented at the 27th annual National Wellness Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Steven’s Point. July 2002.

  • DeRose DJ. “Homocysteine and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Vegetarians” presented at the 4th International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition; Loma Linda, CA. April 2002.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, Austin P, Arnott TJ. “Botanicals of Relevance to the Treatment of Syndrome X and Component Abnormalities” presented at the American Public Health Association’s 129th annual meeting; Atlanta, GA. October 2001.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, Arnott TJ; “Emphasizing traditional lifestyle practices of Native Americans: Impact on attitudes toward behaviors that lessen diabetes burden/risk” presented at the American Public Health Association’s 128th Annual Meeting; Boston, MA. November 2000.
  • DeRose DJ. “Listening to the Buffalo: Native American Insights into the Prevention and Control of Type 2 Diabetes” presented at the 25th annual National Wellness Conference at the University of Wisconsin, Steven’s Point. July 2000.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, Rhoades ER, Eichner JE. “Developing Diabetes Preventive Lifestyle Champions in Native American Tribes” presented at the American Public Health Association’s 127th annual meeting; Chicago, IL. November 1999.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL. “Results of an Intensive Residential Diabetes Prevention Program in Native Americans” at the CDC and NIDDK co-sponsored Diabetes in American Indian Communities conference; Albuquerque, NM. October 1999.
  • DeRose DJ, Blum DC, Jamison JM, Charles-Marcel ZL; “Acceptance of a Diabetes Preventive Lifestyle by Native American Women” presented at the American Public Health Association’s 126th Annual Meeting; Washington, D.C. November 1998.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, McLane GL, Blum DC; “Vegan-Based Lifestyle For Diabetic Neuropathy: A Model for Managed Care” presented at the American Public Health Association’s 126th Annual Meeting; Washington, D.C. November 1998.
  • DeRose DJ, Charles-Marcel ZL, Blum DC, Mullen JK, Muscat JE. “Homocysteine and Diabetic Neuropathy: Implications for Native Americans.” presented at an NIDDK co-sponsored conference entitled “Diabetes in Native Americans: Management and Prevention,” Oklahoma City, OK. June 1998
Dr. David DeRose’s Health Media Experience

Dr. DeRose has extensive experience in radio, television, and journalism for lay audiences. Please contact us if you need specific details about his background in these areas.