Haynes, M. Alfred: An approach to the teaching of Family Care. JAMA, July 23, 1960.
Haynes, M. Alfred: In case of a nuclear weapon accident. Vermont State Medical Society, 1961.
Haynes, M. Alfred (ed.): Rehabilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing. (Proceedings of Conference sponsored by the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation). Dept. of Preventive Medicine, University of Vermont, 1961.
Haynes M.A. and Carlisle L.B. (eds.): Burlington Area Community Health Study, Part I. University of Vermont, College of Medicine, 1964.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Set theory as an aid to defining the role of a department of preventive medicine. J.Med Ed; 39(10): October, 1964.
Haynes M. Alfred: Community Medicine – A chore or a challenge? Trivandrum Medical College Journal, Vol. XI, May 1964.
Haynes M. Alfred: Sharpening the focus of social and preventive medicine. Bulletin of Malaria and Communicable Disease, N.I.C.D., India, March 1966.
Haynes M.A., Joseph K.P., Pallai M. et al: The continuous community survey as a teaching technique in social and preventive medicine. Ind J Med Ed, July,1966.
Haynes M.A., Joseph K.P., and Raman S.: Exercises in community medicine for fourth year students. Ind. J Med Ed, September 1966.
Haynes M.A. and Dates V.: Educational opportunities in the health professions for Negroes in the state of Maryland. J. Med Ed Vol 43 (10) October 1968.
Haynes M. Alfred: El potencial de la communidad en la ensenanza de la medicina social. Revista de Salud Publica, June 1968.
Haynes, M. Alfred: National Medical Association’s Health Program for the Inner City. JNMA 60 (5): September 1968.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Problems facing the Negro in medicine today. JAMA 209 (7), August 18, 1969.
Haynes M.A., Immerwahr G., George A., et al: A study on the effectiveness of sterilization in reducing the birth rate. Demography 6(1), February 1969.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Distribution of black physicians in the United States, 1967. JAMA, 210 (1), October 6, 1969.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Maximum feasible participation – Is it necessary in planned parenthood? Planned Parenthood. Vol. V (Sec 1): 63-66, 1969.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Some medical and sociological problems of the urban community. Maryland Med J. 18: 80-82, 1969.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Professionals and the community confront change. AJPH 60:519-523, 1970.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Unifying health care. JAHA 44:67-70, 1970.
Haynes M.A., George A. and Ramakrmar R.: Experimental error in a retrospective demographic survey. Ind J Social Work 34 (2), 1973.
Haynes M. Alfred: Community medicine – A symposium, Charles R. Drew Postgraduate Medical School. California Medicine, April 1973; 79-81.
Haynes M.A., Gottlieb P. and Lewis S.: Health problems in the Martin Luther King Jr. General Hospital Service Area. California Medicine, April1973; 105-109.
Haynes M.A.: Influence of social background in medical education. J Med Ed 1973; 48:45-48.
Haynes M. Alfred: Black leadership in medicine. JNMA 72(4): (editorial).
Shuster A.L., Cluff L.E. and Haynes M.A.: An innovation in physician training: the Clinical Scholars Program. J Med Ed 1983; 58: 101-111.
Haynes M. Alfred: Charles R. Drew Postgraduate Medical School (Medical Schools of the West). Western J Med 1984;140: 308-310.
Haynes M. Alfred: The protection of life: A fundamental but controversial right. Howard Law Journal 1987; 30 (4): 859-71.
Haynes M.A., Wolde-Tsadik G., Brown P. et al:Cancer rate differentials between blacks and whites of three metropolitan areas. JNMA 1989; 81 (3): 237-241.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Minorities and a minor specialty. Amer J Prev Med 1990; 6 (6): 309-10.
Haynes M.A. and Bernard L.: Drew/Meharry/Morehouse Consortium Cancer Center: An approach to targeted research in minority institutions. J Nat Med Assoc 1992; 84.
Haynes M.A. and Ashley M.: Making cancer prevention available for black Americans. Cancer Prevention 1993 Feb.
Coates R.J., Greenberg R.S., Lui M.T. et al: Anatomic site distribution of colon cancer by race and other colon cancer risk factors. Dis Colon Rectum 1995; Jan. 38(1): 42-50.
Mayberry R.M., Coates R.J. Hill H.A. et al: Determinants of black/white differences in colon cancer survival. J Nat Cancer Inst. 1995 Nov 15; 87 (22): 1686-93.
Haynes and Lee A.R.: Medunsa and the training of black doctors for South Africa Acad Med 70 (1995): 115-121.
Haynes M. Alfred: Cancer among special populuations: Women, ethnic minorities and the poor. Environ Health Perspect 103 (Suppl 8): 319-320 (1995).
Robinson S.B., Ashley M. and Haynes M.A.:Attitudes of African Americans regarding prostate cancer clinical trials. J Com Health 1996 April 21 (2): 77-87.
Robinson S.B., Ashley M. and Haynes M.A.:Attitudes of African Americans regarding screening for prostate cancer. JNMA 1996 Apr 88(4): 241-6.
Haynes, M. Alfred: The management of prostate cancer in Blacks – the physician’s dilemma intensified. Comp Ther 1996 Jul; 22 (7):449-53.
Haynes M. Alfred: Changes in the health status of blacks during the twentieth century. In press.
Haynes M.A. and McGarvey M.R.: “Physicians, hospitals and patients in the inner city” in Medicine in the Ghetto, edited by John C. Norman, Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York 1969.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Assessment of personal health problems: an epidemiologic approach to health planning” in Health Planning: Qualitative Aspects and Quantitative Techniques, Edited by William A. Reinke, The Waverly Press Inc., Baltimore, 1972.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Gap in Health Status between black and white Americans” in Textbook of Black-Related Diseases, McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1975.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Life expectancy and infant mortality” in Child Health in the Ghetto: Infant Mortality and Morbidity. Kaufman Graphics, Inc. Washington, D.C. 1977.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Medical care and the doctor-patient relationship” in The Doctor/Patient Relationship and the Changing Health Scene. DHEW NIH 78-183.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Blacks in Medicine” in Academic Medicine, Present and Future, edited by Bowers J.Z. and King E.E. Rockefeller Archive Center, North Tarrytown, New York, 1982.
Haynes, M.A., Wolde-Tsadik G. and Juarez P.:“Association of health problems with ethnic groups on ambulatory care visits” in The Report of the Secretary’s Task Force on Black and Minority Health. Vol. 2: Cross-cutting Issues in Minority Health, DHHS 1986.
Haynes, M. Alfred: “Suicide prevention: A United States perspective” in Preventing Disease: Beyond the Rhetoric. Springer-Verlag, New York 1990.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Research and major health problems of the Negro-American. Howard University Centennial, March 1967.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Getting Health Care to People. Keynote address: National Pharmaceutical Council’s 1968 Symposium.
Haynes M. Alfred: Who Educates Whom? Presented at the Meeting of the Association of American Medical Colleges October 1970.
Haynes, M. Alfred: Blacks, Medical Schools and Society by James Curtis. (Medical Care, Oct. 1972)
Public Expectations and Health Care by David Mechanic (J Med Ed 1973 March 48: 300-301)
Education of Black Doctors by James Summerville (New England Journal)