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Brittany Danielle Linde

Brittany Danielle Linde
Andrews Distributing Company · Human Resources

PhD

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Introduction
Current Position: Wellness Manager for Andrews Distributing Company Interests: Behavioral health, Psychology, Leisure, Wellness, Substance Misuse Prevention, Organizational Development, Health and Well-being
Additional affiliations
June 2015 - March 2016
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Position
  • PostDoc Position
August 2013 - June 2015
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Position
  • Instructor
Education
August 2009 - August 2013
University of Georgia
Field of study
  • Recreation and Leisure Studies

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Publications (21)
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Introduction Brief health prevention programs have been shown efficacious in prevention of tobacco use initiation and re-initiation in the US Air Force. In this manuscript we apply a comparative effectiveness assessment of two published studies, based on testing the equality of effect sizes for perceived harm and intentions-to-use for five tobacco...
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The concept of health consciousness (HC), previously studied as a dispositional construct, holds promise for brief prevention training in work settings. The current study developed a more process‐oriented model of HC. Employer’s increasing concerns about worker prescription drug (Rx) misuse represents an opportunity to study and improve HC. Two pil...
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Background: The majority of resilience interventions focus on the individual. Workplace resilience is a growing field of research. Given the ever-increasing interconnectedness in businesses, teamwork is a guarantee. There is also growing recognition that resilience functions at the team level. Objective: The objective of our work was to address...
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This paper describes a universally implemented Brief Alcohol Intervention (BAI) administered across four major United States Air Force Technical Training sites for the past six years, and plans to study the added benefit of a booster BAI session through a randomized design. The proposed BAI booster study design is described, as well as strengths an...
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Background It is becoming more commonplace for employees to use prescription medication outside of intended use. Opioid and other prescription misuse has implications for the health and productivity of workers. Easy-to-access webinars that help employees learn about alternatives to prescription use may decrease risk. Objective The aim of this stud...
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Background: The prevalence of smokeless tobacco use in the United States Air Force (USAF) exceeds civilian use rates. We assessed the prevalence of smokeless tobacco use and evaluated the correlates of smokeless tobacco use in a sample of United States Air Force trainees. Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional survey of USAF Technical Training...
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Background: Given the escalating obesity rates among TRICARE beneficiaries (i.e., beneficiaries of the health care program of the United States military) and the negative health implications of excessive GWG, we examined GWG by body mass index (BMI) category and the prevalence of excessive GWG among these beneficiaries. Methods: In 2000–2012, 293 T...
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Introduction: While effective brief tobacco interventions are available for cigarette smoking and smokeless tobacco, given the changing prevalence of tobacco and nicotine containing products (TNCPs), there is a need for interventions targeting a broader range of TNCPs (e.g., cigarettes, smokeless tobacco, electronic cigarettes, and hookah). The pu...
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Introduction Young adults in the military are aggressively targeted by tobacco companies and are at high risk of tobacco use. Existing anti-smoking advertisements developed for the general population might be effective in educating young adults in the military. This study evaluated the effects of different themes of existing anti-smoking advertisem...
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The U.S. military is one of the world's largest employers. Approximately 30% of active duty military personnel smoke cigarettes and more than 14% use smokeless tobacco. The military has historically supported tobacco use and more recently is attempting to combat its use. Through 20 years of collaborative research with the United States Air Force, w...
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The Basque Country in northern Spain provides a regional context for a study of the impact of leisure on subjective well-being in later life. A sample of 755 residents of the three provinces of the Basque Country completed surveys that included measures of serious leisure, other leisure patterns and subjective well-being. Ten males and 10 females f...
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Three wives share their experiences of caregiving for husbands with dementia. The 3 husbands, aged 51, 71, and 84, developed dementia following years of devoted military service. To present lived experiences of caregiving wives', meanings attributed to caregiving are investigated, variations in caregiving and grieving experiences are explored, and...

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