Family and Community Health


Publication Venue For

  • An Exploration of Multilevel Physical Activity Correlates among Low-Income African Americans in Alabama and Mississippi.  41:197-204. 2018
  • Social and Demographic Predictors of Nutritional Risk: Cross-sectional Analyses From the UAB Study of Aging II.  41 Suppl 2 Suppl, Food Insecurity and Obesity:S33-S45. 2018
  • Development of a Community Health Worker-Delivered Cognitive Behavioral Training Intervention for Individuals with Diabetes and Chronic Pain.  41:178-184. 2018
  • Foreword: Latino health: An evolving health matter.  40:99-100. 2017
  • A successful guide in understanding Latino immigrant patients: An aid for health care professionals.  35:76-84. 2012
  • Developing a family-based diabetes program for Latino immigrants: Do men and women face the same barriers?.  34:280-290. 2011
  • Using community-based participatory approaches to mobilize communities for policy change.  34. 2011
  • Physical activity and multiple sclerosis: Validity of self-report and objective measures.  30:144-150. 2007
  • Training community health workers to reduce health disparities in Alabama's Black Belt: The Pine Apple Heart Disease and Stroke Project.  29:89-102. 2006
  • A comparison of school performance and behaviors among working and nonworking high school students.  28:214-224. 2005
  • The deep south network for cancer control: Eliminating cancer disparities through community - Academic collaboration.  28:6-19. 2005
  • Association of complementary and alternative medicine use, demographic factors, and perimenopausal symptoms in a multiethnic sample of women: The endow study.  26:74-83. 2003
  • Stress resulting from change and restructuring: A cognitive approach.  21:70-78. 1998
  • Daily life experiences for the chronically ill: A life-span perspective 1995
  • Self-identified needs of informal caregivers of head-injured adults.  15:49-58. 1992
  • When parenting becomes care giving: Caring for the chronically ill child 1992
  • Evaluation of Freedom From Smoking Among Alabama Residents.  8:36-47. 1986
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0160-6379
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1550-5057