Social well-being is the ability to interact in a healthy way with those around us. This involves having supportive friends and family, developing deep connections, and the ability to communicate in healthy ways.
Adolescents’ self-defined tobacco use status, marijuana use, and tobacco dependence. Addictive Behaviors.
Aims: To examine differences in tobacco use and dependence between adolescents who are and are not marijuana users… Read more
Advancing Uterine Cancer Survivorship among African American Women. Journal of the National Medical Association
Few studies have examined health behavior interventions for African American women who are uterine cancer survivors. … Read more
Correlates of secondhand tobacco smoke exposure among persons with severe mental illness accessing community mental health services.
To examine the correlates of secondhand tobacco smoke (SHS) exposure in a sample of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) accessing community mental health services… Read more
Costs and Cost-Effectiveness of a Faith-Based Lifestyle Intervention for Diabetes Prevention among African Americans: A Within-Trial Analysis. Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice
We assessed costs and cost-effectiveness of implementing Fit Body and Soul (FBAS), a church-based 18-session lifestyle education intervention for African Americans… Read more
Differences in participant classification and intervention effects on HbA1C and fasting plasma glucose among a community sample of African Americans. Archives of Diabetes and Obesity
Since 2010, the American Diabetes Association has endorsed both HbA1C (A1C) and fasting plasma glucose (FPG) to determine diabetes risk… Read more
Factors Associated with Nursing School Satisfaction, NCLEX Success, and Intent to Pursue Advanced Education Among Underrepresented Accelerated Nursing Students
The United States is steadily becoming more diverse. If current trends continue, the minority population will be the majority by 2043… Read more
Gender-specific profiles of tobacco use among non-institutionalized people with serious mental illness.
In many countries, smoking remains the leading preventable cause of death. In North America, reductions in population smoking levels are stabilizing and, in recent years, those involved in tobacco Read more
Healthy Lifestyle Intervention for African American Uterine Cancer Survivors: Study Protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications
Background Cancer of the uterine corpus is the most common gynecologic malignancy and the fourth most common cancer in U.S. women… Read more
Increasing Stroke Recognition and Behavioral Intent to Call Emergency Management Services in Vietnamese American Population. Journal of Nursing and Care
Serious complications of stroke, one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the United States can be mitigated if treated in a timely manner… Read more
Outcomes of a tobacco treatment program for individuals with severe and persistent mental illness attending a community mental health team
Individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses have a greater prevalence of smoking than the general population and are disproportionately affected by tobacco-related morbidity and mortality Read more
New ways in SBIRT have the potential to enhance the identification of adolescents with substance use disorders in primary care setting … Read more
Secondhand tobacco smoke exposure and susceptibility to smoking, perceived addiction, and psychobehavioral symptoms among college students
To examine the association of secondhand smoke (SHS) exposure with susceptibility to smoking perceived addiction, and psychobehavioral effects of exposure among never- and ever-smoking college Read more
To assess prevalence rates of tobacco use and dependence in a sample of homeless individuals and to investigate trends for demographic and clinical characteristics across different levels of nicotine Read more
Use of My HealtheVet Patient Web Portal among Veterans Seen for Diabetes Mellitus at a Medical Center in the Southeastern United States.
An increasing number of studies have examined the use of information technology to improve diabetes care and patient self-management... Read more