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Thomas Lincoln, MD

 
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General Medicine Division
  • Assistant Professor of Medicine, Tufts University School of Medicine
Address
Baystate Brightwood Health Center/Centro de Salud
380 Plainfield Street
Springfield, MA 01199
413.794.4458
Thomas.Lincoln@baystatehealth.org
 
Education
  • Internal Medicine Residency
    Baystate Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine
    Springfield, MA
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School
    Worcester, MA

 

 
Areas of Interest
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Correctional and community health care
  • Addiction medicine
 
Publications
  • Hsu K, Jolin K, Lincoln T, Lubelczyk, Nijhawan A. STDs in Corrections: a Guide for Clinicians, Second Edition. Sylvie Ratelle STD/HIV Prevention Training Center of New England (in collaboration with the National Coalition of STD Directors, and the Society of Correctional Physicians). Boston, MA, 2011.
  • Lincoln T, Robert W. Tuthill RW, Roberts CA, Kennedy S, Hammett TM, Langmore-Avila E, Conklin TJ. Resumption of Smoking after Release from a Tobacco-Free Correctional Facility, Journal of Correctional Health Care, 15(3), 190-196, 2009.
  • Lincoln T, Miles J, Scheibel S. “Public and Community Health Collaborations with Corrections” in Greifinger R (ed.), Public Health Behind Bars¾ from Prisons to Communities. Springer, New York, 2007.
  • Lincoln T, Tuthill RW, DePietro SL, Tocco MJ, Keough K, Conklin, TJ. Viral hepatitis, risk behaviors, aminotransferase levels, and screening options at a county correctional center. Journal of Correctional Health Care, 12(4), 249-261, 2006.
  • Gift TL, Lincoln T, Miller A, Briggs P, Whelan M, Tuthill RW, Conklin TJ, Irwin K. A cost-effectiveness evaluation of a jail-based STD screening program for men and its impact on their partners in the community. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 33(10), S103–S110, October 2006.
  • Lincoln T, Kennedy S, Tuthill RW, Roberts C, Conklin TJ, Hammett TM. Facilitators and Barriers to Continuing Healthcare after Jail: A Community-integrated Program. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 29(1), 2–16, 2006.
 
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