Narrative Influences on "Desire to Act in My Community" in Digital Storytelling Workshops for Latina Teens.
Larkey, Linda; Del Toro-Mejías, Lizbeth; DiFulvio, Gloria; Gubrium, Aline.
Int Q Community Health Educ
; 38(3): 163-167, 2018 Apr.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29480131
Improving actions to control high blood pressure in Hispanic communities - Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Across the U.S. Project, 2009-2012.
A New Approach to Health Literacy: Working with Spanish Speaking Community Health Workers.
Clinical impact of wordless picture storybooks on bilingual narrative language production: A comparison of the 'Frog' stories.
Social Media Use and Sexual Risk Reduction Behavior Among Minority Youth: Seeking Safe Sex Information.
Latino young men and health promotion, emerging adulthood, and acculturation: a qualitative exploration.
Testing the feasibility of ¡Cuídate! With Mexican and Central American youth in a rural region of a southern state.
Tummy Time for Latinos With Limited English Proficiency: Evaluating the Feasibility of a Cultural and Linguistically Adapted Parent Education Intervention.
Involving Latina/o parents in patient-centered outcomes research: Contributions to research study design, implementation and outcomes.
Project DIS-IMPACT: Drug information in English and Spanish to improve patient preparation before colonoscopy.
Using the Program Logic Model to Evaluate ¡Cuídate!: A Sexual Health Program for Latino Adolescents in a School-Based Health Center.