Dean, School of Science and Humanities
Professor *Administrator w/faculty rank
Associate Provost of Academic Affairs, Academic Administration
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, Academic Administration
Dean, College of Business
Associate Professor *Administrator w/faculty rank
Dean, New England School of Communications (NESCom), NESCOM, NESCOM
Founding Dean, School of Pharmacy
Professor *Administrator w/faculty rank, School of Pharmacy
Interim Dean, College of Health & Education
Director of Institutional Research, Academic Administration, Provost's Office
Professor *Administrator with Faculty Rank, Mathematics/Statistics
Gail has been consulting with health professionals for over 20 years. Her expertise is in clinical trials, categorical data analysis and online instruction. She currently consults with medical professionals and faculty from the University of New England, University of Maine, University of North Carolina and Eastern Maine Medical Center on a regular basis. Gail has successfully collaborated with 12 different principal investigators on 15 grants over the last 20 years. As a public health professional she is particularly interested in research that concentrates on affordable ways to get a large amount of individuals to change their behavior in a positive way. Studying the relationship between providers and patients is an effective way to do this as patients with chronic disease visit their health care provider regularly and the provider can use these visits to educate their patients.
Sample of Refereed articles (published)
* Sleath, BL, Carpenter, DM, Slota C, Williams, DM, Tudor, G, Yeatts, K, , Davis, S and
Ayala GX (2012). Communication during pediatric asthma visits and self-reported asthma
medication adherence, Pediatrics, In print.
* Sleath B, Ayala GX, Williams D, Davis S, Yeatts K , Tudor G, Washington D, and
Gillete C (2011). Caregiver rating of provider participatory decision-making style and caregiver
and child satisfaction with pediatric asthma visits. Patient Education and Counseling. Vol. 85,
Issue 2, pp 286-289.
* Murphy, L, Helmick, CG, Schwartz, T, Renner, JB, Tudor G, Koch G, Dragomir A,
Kalsbeek WD, Luta G, Jordan JM (2010). One in four people may develop symptomatic hip
osteoarthritis in their lifetime. Osteoarthritis and Cartilage. Vol 18 (11), pp. 1372-1379.
* Sleath B, Ayala GX, Davis S, Williams D, Tudor G, Yeatts K, Washington D, Gillete
C (2010). Child- and caregiver-reported problems and concerns in using asthma medications. J
Asthma. 47(6): 633-8.
* Beard AJ, Sleath B, Blalock SJ, Roth M, Weinberger M, Tudor G, and Chewning B.
(2010). Predictors of rheumatoid arthritis Patient-physician communication about medication
costs during visits to rheumatologists. Arthritic Care and Research, Vol. 62. No. 5, pp 632-639.
* Sleath, BL, Krishnadas, R, Cho, M., Robin, AL, Mehta, R., Covert, D., Tudor, G.
(2009) Patient-reported barriers to glaucoma medication access, use, and adherence in southern
India Indian J Ophthalmol: 57:69-74
* Sleath B, Chewning B, Devellis B, Weinberger M, Devellis R, Tudor G and Beard A.
(2008). Communication about depression during rheumatoid arthritis patient visits. Arthritis
Care & Research. Vol 59, Issue 2, pp 186-191
* Nusbaum MRH, Frasier PY, Rojas F, Trotter K, and Tudor G. (2008). Sexual
Orientation and Sexual Health Care Needs: A Comparison of Women Beneficiaries in Outpatient
Military Health Care Settings. Journal of Homosexuality, 54(3): 259–276.
* Tudor, GE. (2006). Teaching Introductory Statistics Online – Satisfying the Students.
Journal of Statistics Education Volume 14, Number 3, www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v14n3/
* Potthoff, RF, Tudor, GE, Pieper, KS, and Hasselblad, V. (2006). Is it safe to assume
MAR for missing data in medical studies? Statistics in Medical Research. Vol. 15: 213-214
* Tudor GE and Koch GG (2000). Statistical methods for crossover designs in bioenvironmental
and public health studies. Handbook of Statistics, Vol. 18: Bio-Environmental and Public Health
Statistics, pp. 571-614.