Smith, D.L., Fent, K., Kerber, S., Horn, G. (2016). The Role of PPE in Cardiovascular
Health and Cancer Prevention: Research Shines a Light on Physiological Strain. Firehouse, October Supplement: A7–A8.
Smith, D.L., Haller, J., Lefferts, W.K., Hultquist, E.M., Fehling, P.C. (2015). PPE,
Heat Stress, and Cardiac Strain: a Study. Fire Engineering, 168(12):41–42, 44–47.
Haigh, C.A., and Smith, D.L. (2015). Incident Scene Rehabilitation: a Leadership Challenge.
Fire Engineering, 168(12): 49–55.
Barr, D.A., Moore-Merrell, L., Benedict, R., Smith, D.L. (2014). The Deployment of
Resources at Residential Structure Fires and Cardiovascular Strain in Firefighters.
International Fire Service Journal of Leadership and Management, 8:17–22.
Smith, D.L., DeBlois, J.P., Kales, S.N. (2014). Combating Sudden Cardiac Death (SCD)
in the United States (US) Fire Service. International Fire Service Journal of Leadership and Management, 8:23–30.
Smith, D.L., Haller, J.M., Hultquist, E.M., Lefferts, W.K., and Fehling, P.C. (2013).
The Station Uniform Shirt: Does it Play a Role Beyond Appearance? Firehouse, 38(1): 74,76–78.
Horn, G.P., Hsiao-Wecksler, E.T., Rosengren, K.S., Hur, P., Park, K., and Smith, D.L.
(2009). Find Balance—IFSI study examines how PPE affects walking and balance, Fire Rescue, 27(1): 56–58.
Smith, D.L., and Haigh, C. (2006). Implementing Effective On-Scene Rehabilitation.
Fire Engineering, 159(4): 175–176, 178, 180, 182–184, 186, 188.
Smith, D.L. (2004). Fighting Cardiovascular Disease in the Fire Service. Advanced Rescue Technology, 7(5): 47–51.
Smith, D.L., Petruzzello, S.J., and Manning, T.S. (2001). Effects of Live Fire Training
on Recruits. Fire Engineering, September, 154(9): 79–81.
Smith, D.L. (2001). Hot under the turnout. Fire Chief, 45(8): 82, 84, 86, 88.
Petruzzello, S.J., Smith, D.L., Clark, D.F., and Bone, B.G. (1996). Psychological
responses to working in bunker gear: a comparative study. Fire Engineering, 149(2): 51–52, 55.
Bone, B.G., Clark, D.F., Smith, D.L., and Petruzzello, S.J. (1994). Physiological
responses to working in bunker gear: a comparative study. Fire Engineering, 147(11): 52, 54–55.