Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • “I Don’t Like Being Stereotyped, I Decided I Was Never Going Back to the Doctor”: Sexual Healthcare Access Among Young Latina Women in Alabama.  22:645-652. 2020
  • Assimilation, Acculturation, and Allostatic Load in U.S.- and Foreign-Born Hispanics 2020
  • Intersectional Disparities Among Hispanic Groups in COVID-19 Outcomes 2020
  • Country of Birth and Variations in Asthma and Wheezing Prevalence, and Emergency Department Utilization in Children: A NHANES Study.  19:1290-1295. 2017
  • Major Depressive Disorder and Dysthymia at the Intersection of Nativity and Racial–Ethnic Origins.  18:749-763. 2016
  • Disparities in Prenatal Care Utilization Among U.S. Versus Foreign-Born Women with Chronic Conditions.  epub. 2016
  • Health literacy predicts change in physical activity self-efficacy among sedentary Latinas.  15:533-539. 2013
  • Preventive and curative care utilization among Mexican immigrant women in Birmingham, AL.  14:983-989. 2012
  • The cultural context of obesity: Exploring perceptions of obesity and weight loss among Latina immigrants.  14:1063-1070. 2012
  • Development of educational materials to improve rates of early eye care for hispanic children.  14:608-616. 2012
  • Sexual health knowledge of male and female latino immigrants.  14:673-681. 2012
  • Emergency preparedness training of tribal Community Health Representatives.  14:323-329. 2012
  • Epidemiology of alcohol abuse among US immigrant populations.  13:647-658. 2011
  • Role exchange in medical interpretation.  11:482-493. 2009
  • Language acculturation and pediatric injury risk.  11:168-173. 2009
  • Maternal employment and overweight among Hispanic children of immigrants and children of natives..  11:158-167. 2009
  • Seeking eye care for children: Perceptions among hispanic immigrant parents.  11:215-221. 2009
  • An examination of sociocultural factors associated with health and health care seeking among latina immigrants.  8:377-385. 2006
  • An examination of sociocultural factors associated with cervical cancer screening among low-income Latina immigrants of reproductive age..  5:119-128. 2003
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1096-4045
  • 1557-1912
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1557-1920