Sonia A. Duffy, PhD, RN, FAAN, is the Mildred E. Newton Endowed Chair at Ohio State University, College of Nursing and also is a Research Scientist at the Department of Veterans Affairs Ann Arbor Healthcare System. During her National Cancer Institute-sponsored pre-doctoral fellowship, Dr. Duffy was educated in cancer prevention and control, health behavior change, and epidemiology. Since then, Dr. Duffy's research interests have focused on health behavior change among cancer patients, veterans, and blue-collar workers. For example, over 16 years, Dr. Duffy tested and refined the Tobacco Tactics intervention across a variety of populations. Recently, she designed and tested the Sun Solutions intervention among blue collar workers. In addition, she is an expert in implementation/dissemination research.
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