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Maryanne Martin Bailey, MPH

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624 N. Broadway
Hampton House 559
Baltimore, Maryland 21205


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MPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2009


Prior to working in injury prevention, I worked 8 years for the Johns Hopkins Mind/Brain Institute doing research to study cognitive outcomes of coronary artery disease and coronary artery bypass grafting surgery.  I have worked in the field of injury prevention for the past 5 years.

My primary research interests are in the prevention of unintentional and intentional injuries, specifically those related to transportation (e.g., older driver safety, distracted driving, biking, walking) and recreation (e.g., safety in parks). My current work focuses on the development, implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of effective injury prevention interventions, with a special emphasis on policy. I am particularly interested in identifying the most effective ways to translate and disseminate research findings to:  relevant communities and organizations to implement evidence-based injury prevention programs; other stakeholders, such as policymakers for the development and implementation of evidence-based injury prevention policies.

  • injury policy translational research transportation safety injury prevention older driver safety pedestrian safety
  • Pollack KM, Bailey MM, Gielen AC, Wolf S, Auld ME, Sleet DA, Lee KK.  (2014). Building safety into active living initiatives.  Preventive Medicine, doi:  10.1016/j.ypmed.2014.08.010.

  • Goheer A, Bailey M, Gittelsohn J, Pollack K.  (2013). Fighting Fires and Fat: An Intervention to Address Obesity in the Fire Service. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, doi: 10.1016/j.jneb.2013.05.003.


  • Frattaroli S, Pollack K, Bailey M, Schafer H, Cheskin L, & Holtgrave D.  (2012). Working inside the firehouse:  Developing a participant-driven intervention to enhance health-promoting behaviors.  Health Promotion Practice, doi: 10.1177/1524839912461150.

  • Jones V, Gielen A, Bailey M, Rebok G, Agness C, Soderstrom C, Abendschoen-Milani J, Liebno A, Gaines J, & Parrish J.  (2012).  The effect of a low and high resource intervention on older drivers’ knowledge, behaviors and risky driving.  Accident Analysis and Prevention, doi: 10.1016/j.aap.2012.03.021.

  • Jones VC, Gielen AC, Bailey MM, Rebok GW, Gaines JM, Joyce J, & Parrish JM.  (2011).  “One of my fears is that physically or mentally, the time will come where I’ll be unable to drive anymore. And I’m not looking forward to that": A mixed methods feasibility study to assess older driver’s risk impairment. Journal of Applied Gerontology, doi: 10.1177/0733464811427142.