REACH Publications

Publications on this page are related to the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program. The REACH program focuses on reducing chronic disease for specific racial and ethnic groups in urban, rural, and tribal communities with high disease burden. Since 1998, REACH communities have generated more than 300 publications and 6,000 citations in approximately 100 countries.

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Publications by Year

2019

Kosoko-Lasaki, O. et al. Urban Minority Community Safety and its Impact on Physical Activity: The Center for Promoting Health and Health Equity-Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (CPHHE-REACH) Initiative.External Journal of the National Medical Association 2019; in press.

2018

Fuster, M. & Colón-Ramos, U. Changing Places, Changing Plates? A Binational Comparison of Barriers and Facilitators to Healthful Eating Among Central American Communities.External J Immigrant Minority Health 2018; 20: 705.

Islam, N. and S. Patel. Best Practices for Partnering with Ethnic Minority-Serving Religious Organizations on Health Promotion and PreventionExternal, AMA Journal of Ethics 2018; 20(7): E643-654.

Kum, S. S. et al. Visualizing Reach of Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health for Asian Americans: the REACH FAR Project in New York and New Jersey. Prev Chronic Dis 2018;15:180026.

Sebekos, E. Strategic communications to prevent HIV infections among Black and Hispanic young adults.External Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences 2018; 79(7-A(E)): No Pagination Specified.

Shah, S. N., et al. No-cost gym visits are associated with lower weight and blood pressure among non-Latino black and Latino participants with a diagnosis of hypertension in a multi-site demonstration project.External Preventive Medicine Reports 2018; 10: 66-71.

Tse, S. C., et al. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates Among Older Adults in New York City and Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Preventing Chronic Disease 2018; 15: E159.

2017

Greene, K. et al. Social Determinants of Health Associated with HBV Testing and Access to Care among Foreign-born Persons Residing in the United States: 2009 – 2012.External Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 2017; 10(2): 1-20.

Hawkins, J., et al. An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Gender on Health Behavior Among African American and Latino Men With Type 2 Diabetes.External American Journal of Mens Health 2017; 11(2): 344-356.

Jenkins, F., et al. Screening for Physical Activity and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Among Rural African-American Women.External Journal of National Black Nurses Association 2017; 28(2): 1-6.

Kwon, S. C., et al. Implementing health promotion activities using community-engaged approaches in Asian American faith-based organizations in New York City and New Jersey.External Translational Behavioral Medicine 2017; 7(3): 444-466.

Kwon, S. C., et al. Obesity and Modifiable Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors Among Chinese Americans in New York City, 2009-2012. Preventing Chronic Disease 2017; 14: E38.

2016

Liao, Y., et al. Reduced Prevalence of Obesity in 14 Disadvantaged Black Communities in the United States: A Successful 4-Year Place-Based Participatory Intervention.External American Journal of Public Health 2016; 106(8): 1442-1448.

Liao, Y., et al. Improving actions to control high blood pressure in Hispanic communities – Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Across the U.S. Project, 2009-2012.External Preventive Medicine 2016; 83: 11-15.

2015

Amaya, A. et al. An Evaluation of Primary Data-Collection Modes in an Address-Based Sampling Design.External Public Opinion Quarterly 2015; 79(2): 420-442.

Islam, N. S. et al. Disparities in diabetes management in Asian Americans in New York City compared with other racial/ethnic minority groups.External American Journal of Public Health 2015; 105(Suppl 3): S443-S446.

Kruger, D. et al. Undoing Racism Through Genesee County’s REACH Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative.External Progress in Community Health Partnerships 2015; 9(1): 57-63.

Kwon S et al. Improving Access to Healthy Foods for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders: Lessons Learned from the STRIVE Program.External J Health Care Poor Underserved. 2015;26(2 Suppl):116-36.

Liao, Y. et al. Reduced Disparity in Vegetable Consumption in 16 Disadvantaged Black Communities: A Successful 5-Year Community-Based Participatory Intervention.External Journal of Racial & Ethnic Health Disparities 2015; 2(2): 211-218.

Patel, S et al. Using Evidence-Based Policy, Systems, and Environmental Strategies to Increase Access to Healthy Food and Opportunities for Physical Activity Among Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.External American Journal of Public Health 2015; 105 Suppl 3(Suppl 3):S455-8.

2014

Cacari-Stone, L., et al. The Promise of Community-Based Participatory Research for Health Equity: A Conceptual Model for Bridging Evidence With Policy.External American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104(9): 1615-1623.

Charlebois, K., et al. L’implication des personnes vulnérables dans la recherche participative en soins primaires : une revue de la littérature.External Global Health Promotion 2014; 21(3): 38-45.

Galloway-Gilliam, L. Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health.External National Civic Review 2014; 102(4): 46-48.

Groom, A. V., et al. Pneumonia and Influenza Mortality Among American Indian and Alaska Native People, 1990-2009.External American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104(3): S460-469.

Miller, D. P., et al. Family Structure and Child Food Insecurity.External American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104(7): e70-76.

Stopka, T. J. P. M. H. S., et al. Use of Spatial Epidemiology and Hot Spot Analysis to Target Women Eligible for Prenatal Women, Infants, and Children Services.External American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104(1): S183-S189.

Taioli, E., et al. Knowledge and Prevention Practices Before Breast Cancer Diagnosis in a Cross-Sectional Study Among Survivors: Impact on Patients’ Involvement in the Decision Making Process.External Journal of Cancer Education 2014; 29(1): 44-49.

Verissimo, A. D. O., et al. Discrimination and Substance Use Disorders Among Latinos: The Role of Gender, Nativity, and Ethnicity.External American Journal of Public Health 2014; 104(8): 1421-1428.

Zhou, H., et al. Decreased smoking disparities among Vietnamese and Cambodian communities – Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) project, 2002-2006. Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report. Surveillance Summaries 63 2014; Suppl 1: 37-45.

2013

Becerra, D., et al. The Impact of Perceived Discrimination and Immigration Policies Upon Perceptions of Quality of Life Among Latinos in the United States.External Race and Social Problems 2013; 5(1): 65-78.

Blanchard, C., et al. Learning from communities in the USA and England to promote equity and address the social determinants of health.External Global Health Promotion 2013; 20(4 Suppl): 104-112.

Blanchard, C., et al. Improving policy and practice to promote equity and social justice – a qualitative comparative analysis building on key learnings from a twinning exchange between England and the US.External Global Health Promotion 2013; 20(4 Suppl): 45-56.

Brooks, A. T. B. S., et al. Relationship of Personal Health Experiences with Interest in Health Careers Among Youth from an Underserved Area.External Journal of Allied Health 2013; 42(3): 135-140.

Christens, B. D., et al. Critical Hopefulness: A Person-Centered Analysis of the Intersection of Cognitive and Emotional Empowerment.External American Journal of Community Psychology 2013; 52(1-2): 170-184.

Cuffee, Y. L. P. M. P. H., et al. Reported Racial Discrimination, Trust in Physicians, and Medication Adherence Among Inner-City African Americans With Hypertension.External American Journal of Public Health 2013; 103(11): e55-62.

Darrow, W. W. Participatory action research, evidence-based public health, and cooperative agreements: Adverse effects.External Sexually Transmitted Infections 2013; 89.

Hermayer, K. L., et al. South Carolina guidelines for diabetes care 2013.External American Journal of the Medical Sciences 2013; 345(4): 296-301.

Hoskin, A. W. Experiencing Prejudice and Violence among Latinos: A General Strain Theory Approach.External Western Criminology Review 2013; 14(1): 25-38.

Hu, D. J., et al. Hepatitis B testing and access to care among racial and ethnic minorities in selected communities across the United States, 2009-2010.External Hepatology 2013; 58(3): 856-862.

Kogan, L. A. Reach Revisited: A Framework For Evaluating Whether A Non-Tariff Measure Has Matured Into An Actionable Non-Tariff Barrier To Trade.External American University International Law Review 2013; 28(2): 489-668.

Kruger, D. J., et al. Genesee County REACH Windshield Tours: enhancing health professionals understanding of community conditions that influence infant mortality.External Journal of Primary Prevention 2013; 34(3): 163-172.

Li, S., et al. Smoking among Asian Americans: acculturation and gender in the context of tobacco control policies in New York City.External Health Promotion Practice 2013; 14(5 Suppl): 18S-28S.

Liburd, L. C., et al. Health Equity: The Cornerstone of a Healthy Community.External National Civic Review 2013; 102(4): 52-54.

Ndidi, O. M. Moderating Effect of Attitude and Perception on the Adoption of Safer Sex among Students in Tertiary Institutions in Anambra State, Nigeria.External Gender & Behaviour 2013; 11(2): 5734-5744.

Pastore, P., et al. Family Practice Enhancements for Patients with Severe Mental Illness.External Community Mental Health Journal 2013; 49(2): 172-177.

Ramirez, A. Effects of ethnic targeting on the perceived effectiveness of cancer prevention messages among Latinas and non-Latina White women.External Journal of Health Communication 2013; 18(10): 1256-1273.

Richardson, K., et al. Migration and Pacific Mortality: Estimating Migration Effects on Pacific Mortality Rates Using Bayesian Models.Cdc-pdfExternal [PDF-371KB] Demography 2013; 50(6): 2053-2073.

Spencer, M. S., et al. Influence of a Community Health Worker Intervention on Mental Health Outcomes among Low-Income Latino and African American Adults with Type 2 Diabetes.External Race and Social Problems 2013; 5(2): 137-146.

Talen, E. Prospects for walkable, mixed-income neighborhoods: insights from U.S. developers.External Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 2013; 28(1): 79-94.

Wessling, S. Bringing equal health outcomes within REACHExternal Minority Nurse 2013; 27.

2012

Berg, C. J., et al. Physical Activity and Fruit and Vegetable Intake Among American Indians.External Journal of Community Health 2012; 37(1): 65-71.

Bunnell, R., et al. Fifty Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Accelerating Chronic Disease Prevention Through Policy, Systems and Environmental Change.External Journal of Community Health 2012; 37(5): 1081-1090.

Ferdinand, K. C., et al. Community-based approaches to prevention and management of hypertension and cardiovascular disease.External Journal of Clinical Hypertension 2012; 14(5): 336-343.

Gall, Gail Barlow, Influences of Health Insurance and Primary Care on Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Among Black Women in Boston (2012).External Graduate Doctoral Dissertations 2012; Paper 68.

Greenlund, K. J. P., et al. Public Health Options for Improving Cardiovascular Health Among Older Americans.External American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102(8): 1498-1507.

Hammond, W. P. Taking It Like a Man: Masculine Role Norms as Moderators of the Racial Discrimination-Depressive Symptoms Association Among African American Men.External American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102(S2): S232-S241.

Kanaya, A. M. M. D., et al. The Live Well, Be Well Study: A Community-Based, Translational Lifestyle Program to Lower Diabetes Risk Factors in Ethnic Minority and Lower-Socioeconomic Status Adults.External American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102(8): 1551-1558.

Knowlton, L. W. E. and C. P. Phillips Corporate Giving Gets Smarter: ConAgra Foods Foundation Fights Childhood Hunger.External The Foundation Review 2012; 4(2): 72-83,11.

Lorenzo-blanco, E. I. and J. Delva Examining Lifetime Episodes of Sadness, Help Seeking, and Perceived Treatment Helpfulness Among US Latino/as.External Community Mental Health Journal 2012; 48(5): 611-626.

Miles, I., et al. Walking increases among African American adults following a community-based physical activity intervention: racial and ethnic approaches to community health, 2002–2005.External Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 2012; 5(1): 4.

Morales-Vives, F. and A. Vigil-Colet. Are old people so gentle? Functional and dysfunctional impulsivity in the elderly.External International Psychogeriatrics 2012; 24(3): 465-471.

Roubidoux, M. A. Breast Cancer and Screening in American Indian and Alaska Native Women.External Journal of Cancer Education 2012; 27: 66-72.

Schroedl, A. Reducing Racial/Ethnic Health Care Disparities Through Innovation and Nursing Advocacy.External Internet Journal of Advanced Nursing Practice 2012; 11(2): 1-1.

Shultz, C. and S. Skorcz. African American infant mortality and the Genesee County, MI REACH 2010 initiative: an evaluation of the Undoing Racism Workshop.External Social Work in Public Health 2012; 27(6): 567-603.

Taylor, T. P., et al. A Smoke-Free Paso del Norte: Impact Over 10 Years on Smoking Prevalence Using the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.External American Journal of Public Health 2012; 102(5): 899-908.

2011

Adelman L. Commentary: arousing public opinion.External Fam Community Health 2011;34(S1):S9–S11.

Aneshensel, C. S., et al. The Urban Neighborhood and Cognitive Functioning in Late Middle Age.External Journal of Health and Social Behavior 2011. 52(2): 163-179.

Baril N, Patterson M, Boen C, Gowler R, Norman N. Building a regional health equity movement: the grantmaking model of a local health department.External Fam Community Health 2011;34(SI):S23–S43.

Benjamin, K., et al. Factors that Influence Physical Activity in Long-term Care: Perspectives of Residents, Staff, and Significant Others.External Canadian Journal on Aging 2011. 30(2): 247-258.

Buckner-Brown, J. Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Translating Processes of Change and Attributing Improved Health Outcomes to Social Determinants of Health Programs Introduction.External Family & Community Health 2011. 34(1): S7-S8.

Buckner-Brown, J., et al. Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health: Reducing Health Disparities by Addressing Social Determinants of Health.External Family & Community Health 2011. 34(S1): S12-S22.

Carty, D. C., et al. Racism, Health Status, and Birth Outcomes: Results of a Participatory Community-Based Intervention and Health Survey.External Journal of Urban Health 2011. 88(1): 84-97.

Coronado, G. D., et al. To Be Healthy and To Live Long, We Have To Exercise: Psychosocial Factors Related to Physical Activity among Cambodian Americans.External Journal of Community Health 2011. 36(3): 381-388.

Elder, C., et al. Reduced Psychological Distress in Racial and Ethnic Minority Students Practicing the Transcendental Meditation Program.External Journal of Instructional Psychology 2011. 38(2): 109-116.

Golub, M., et al. Got low-fat milk? How a community-based coalition changed school milk policy in New York City. [Special Issue: Racial and ethnic approaches to community health (REACH)].External Family and Community Health 2011. 34(Suppl. 1): S44-S53.

Guo, R. M. A., et al. Application of a Logic Model to an Evidence-based Practice Training Program for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.External Journal of Allied Health 2011. 40(1): e23-28.

Holden, C., et al. Collaborating to Address Infant Mortality: Lessons Learned from the Brownsville Action Community for Health Equality.External Progress in Community Health Partnerships-Research Education and Action 2011. 5(3): 281-288.

Howell, S. L., et al. Environmental and policy approaches to increasing physical activity: improving access to places for physical activity and dissemination of information.External Global Health Promotion 2011. 18(1): 43-46.

Jenkins, C., et al. Efforts to Decrease Diabetes-Related Amputations in African Americans by the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Charleston and Georgetown Diabetes Coalition.External Family & Community Health 2011. 34(S1): S63-S78.

Joseph, T. D. My Life was Filled with Constant Anxiety”: Anti-Immigrant Discrimination, Undocumented Status, and Their Mental Health Implications for Brazilian Immigrants.External Race and Social Problems 2011. 3(3): 170-181.

Katz, D. L. M. D. M. P. H. F. F., et al. From Controlled Trial to Community Adoption: The Multisite Translational Community Trial.External American Journal of Public Health 2011. 101(8): e17-27.

Lamb, A., et al. Reducing Asthma Disparities by Addressing Environmental Inequities: A Case Study of Regional Asthma Management and Prevention’s Advocacy Efforts.External Family & Community Health 2011. 34(S1): S54-S62.

Lancaster, J. From the Editor.External Family & Community Health 2011. 34(S1).

Lewis, L. B., et al. Transforming the urban food desert from the grassroots up: a model for community change. (Special Issue: Racial and ethnic approaches to community health (REACH).).External Family and Community Health 2011. 34(Suppl. 1): S92-S101.

Liao, Y., et al. Surveillance of health status in minority communities – Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Across the U.S. (REACH U.S.) Risk Factor Survey, United States, 2009.External Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report 2011. Surveillance Summaries 60(6): 1-44.

Liburd, L. C. Foreword: REACH U.S. in action: Inspiring hope, rewarding courage.External Family and Community Health 2011. 34(SUPPL. 1): S2-S6.

Marhefka, S. L., et al. I feel like I’m carrying a weapon.” Information and motivations related to sexual risk among girls with perinatally acquired HIV.External AIDS Care 2011. 23(10): 1321-1328.

Maxwell, A. E., et al. A midpoint process evaluation of the Los Angeles Basin Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Across the US (REACH US) Disparities Center, 2007-2009.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2011. 8(5): A115.

McCloskey, J., et al. A community integration approach to social determinants of health in New Mexico. (Special Issue: Racial and ethnic approaches to community health (REACH).).External Family and Community Health 2011. 34(Suppl. 1): S79-S91.

Nguyen, T.-U. N. P. M. P. H., et al. A Qualitative Assessment of Community-Based Breast Health Navigation Services for Southeast Asian Women in Southern California: Recommendations for Developing a Navigator Training Curriculum.External American Journal of Public Health 2011. 101(1): 87-93.

Rahill, G., et al. Metaphors as Contextual Evidence for Engaging Haitian Clients in Practice: A Case Study.External American Journal of Psychotherapy 2011. 65(2): 133-149.

Ramirez, A. Communicating cancer prevention information to U.S. Latinos: The moderating role of acculturation.External Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences 2011. 71(12-A): 4248.

Saad-harfouche, F. G., et al. Esperanza y Vida: Training Lay Health Advisors and Cancer Survivors to Promote Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening in Latinas.External Journal of Community Health 2011. 36(2): 219-227.

Sawchuk, C. N., et al. Does Pedometer Goal Setting Improve Physical Activity Among Native Elders? Results from a Randomized Pilot Study.Cdc-pdfExternal American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research (Online) 2011. 18(1): 23-41.

Spencer, M. S., et al. Effectiveness of a Community Health Worker Intervention Among African American and Latino Adults With Type 2 Diabetes: A Randomized Controlled Trial.External American Journal of Public Health 2011. 101(12): 2253-2260.

Takahashi, L. M., et al. Hepatitis B Among Pacific Islanders in Southern California: How is Health Information Associated with Screening and Vaccination?External Journal of Community Health 2011. 36(1): 47-55.

Tohme, R. A., et al. Hepatitis c testing, prevalence, And linkage to care in the racial and ethnic approaches to community health across the us (REACH US) survey – United States, 2009-2010.External Hepatology 2011. 54: 1180A-1181A.

Toussaint, D. W., et al. Personal stories: voices of Latino youth health advocates in a diabetes prevention initiative.External Progress in Community Health Partnerships 2011. 5(3): 313-316.

Wallerstein, N. B. D., et al. Integration of Social Epidemiology and Community-Engaged Interventions to Improve Health Equity.External American Journal of Public Health 2011. 101(5): 822-830.

Wu, T.-y., et al. Ethnicity and Cardiovascular Risk Factors Among Asian Americans Residing in Michigan.External Journal of Community Health 2011. 36(5): 811-818.

Wynn, T., et al. Using Community-Based Participatory Approaches to Mobilize Communities for Policy Change.Cdc-pdfExternal Family & Community Health 2011. 34(S1): S102-S114.

2010

Bachar J. Cherokee Choices diabetes prevention program: the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. In: Liburd LC, ed. Diabetes and health disparities : community–based approaches for racial and ethnic populations.External New York: Springer Publishing Company; 2010:275–293.

Brown, A. L., et al. I Place My Hand in Yours: A Social Justice Based Intervention for Fostering Resilience in Street Life Oriented Black Men.External Journal of Systemic Therapies 2010. 29(3): 44-64.

Clark, C., et al. Improving access to cervical cancer screening for black women: Results of the boston reach 2010 breast and cervical cancer coalition women’s health demonstration project. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2010. 25: S306-S307.

Clark, N. M. P., et al. Policy and System Change and Community Coalitions: Outcomes From Allies Against Asthma.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(5): 904-912.

Dang, J., et al. Knowledge, Attitudes, and Beliefs Regarding Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening among Cambodian, Laotian, Thai, and Tongan Women.External Journal of Cancer Education 2010. 25(4): 595-601.

Daniels, N. A., et al. Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Rates among Vietnamese, Asian, and Non-Hispanic White Americans.External Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2010. 12(3): 370-376.

Darrow WW, Montanea JE, Sanchez–Brana E. Coalition contract management as a systems change strategy for HIV prevention.External Health Promot Pract 2010;11(6):867–75.

Docksai, R. Environmental Pollution’s Worldwide Reach. The Futurist 2010. 44(4): 63.

Fouad MN, Partridge E, Dignan M, et al. Targeted intervention strategies to increase and maintain mammography utilization among African American women.External 2010;100(12):2526–31.

Giachello, A. L., et al. Diabetes disparities reduction through improvement in healthy eating: The Chicago Southeast Diabetes Community Action Coalition. Diabetes and health disparities community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations.External 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 375-396.

Giles, W. H. The US perspective: lessons learned from the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Program.External Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 2010. 103(7): 273-276.

Grigg-Saito, D., et al. Long-term development of a “whole community” best practice model to address health disparities in the Cambodian refugee and immigrant community of Lowell, Massachusetts.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(11): 2026-2029.

Ham, S. A. M. S. and B. E. P. M. P. H. Ainsworth. Disparities in Data on Healthy People 2010 Physical Activity Objectives Collected by Accelerometry and Self-Report.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(S1): S263-268.

Hammond, W. P., et al. Workplace Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms: A Study of Multi-Ethnic Hospital Employees.External Race and Social Problems 2010. 2(1): 19-30.

Hossler, C., et al. The effect of payer status on the quality of diabetes care: results from a REACH 2010 project.External Southern Online Journal of Nursing Research 2010. 10(1): 14p.

Hu, B. China’s Military Modernization: Building for Regional and Global Reach.External Journal of Chinese Political Science 2010. 15(3): 347-348.

Israel, B. A. D., et al. Community-Based Participatory Research: A Capacity-Building Approach for Policy Advocacy Aimed at Eliminating Health Disparities.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(11): 2094-2102.

Jenkins, C., et al. REACH Charleston and Georgetown Diabetes Coalition: Improving outcomes for African Americans with diabetes.External Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 237-255.

Jenkins, C., et al. Expanding the chronic care framework to improve diabetes management: the REACH case study.External Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action 2010. 4(1): 65-79.

Jernigan, V. B. B. M. P. H. D., et al. Changing Patterns in Health Behaviors and Risk Factors Related to Cardiovascular Disease Among American Indians and Alaska Natives.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(4): 677-683.

Kannan, S., et al. Healthy Eating and Harambee: curriculum development for a culturally-centered bio-medically oriented nutrition education program to reach African American women of childbearing age.External Maternal and Child Health Journal 2010. 14(4): 535-547.

Koh, H. K. M. D. M. P. H. and J. M. B. S. Nowinski. Health Equity and Public Health Leadership.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(S1): S9-11.

Lawrence, S., et al. Understanding and Acting on the Growing Childhood and Adolescent Weight Crisis: A Role for Social Work.External Health & Social Work 2010. 35(2): 147-153.

Levine, R. S. M. D., et al. Increased Black-White Disparities in Mortality After the Introduction of Lifesaving Innovations: A Possible Consequence of US Federal Laws.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(11): 2176-2184.

Li, Y., et al. Asian American/Pacific Islander paradox in diabetic retinopathy: findings from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2006-2008.External Ethnicity & Disease 2010. 20(2): 111-117.

Liao, Y., et al. Decreases in smoking prevalence in Asian communities served by the Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) project.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(5): 853-860.

Liao, Y., et al. Decreasing disparity in cholesterol screening in minority communities–findings from the racial and ethnic approaches to community health 2010.External Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2010. 64(4): 292-299.

Liburd, L. C. The co-emergence of the diabetes and obesity epidemics in racial and ethnic populations. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 61-84.

Liburd, L. C. Culture, meaning, and obesity among college-educated African American women: an anthropological perspective. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 85.

Liburd, L. C. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 3-22.

Liburd, L. C. and J. V. Bowie. The centrality of community in eliminating diabetes disparities. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 119-141.

Lucan, S. C. M. D. M. P. H. M. S., et al. Promoters and Barriers to Fruit, Vegetable, and Fast-Food Consumption Among Urban, Low-Income African Americans-A Qualitative Approach.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(4): 631-635.

McLaughlin, K. A. P., et al. Responses to Discrimination and Psychiatric Disorders Among Black, Hispanic, Female, and Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(8): 1477-1484.

Navarro, A. M. A multilevel intervention approach for reducing racial and ethnic disparities in diabetes: the Bronx Health REACH nutrition evaluation project. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 345-374.

Navarro, A. M. Recontextualizing place: the influence of residential segregation on health disparities in the United States. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 142-168.

Neely-Barnes, S. L., et al. The Health-Related Quality of Life of Custodial Grandparents.External Health & Social Work 2010. 35(2): 87-97.

Palm, J. The public-private divide in household behavior: how far into home can energy guidance reach?External Energy policy 2010. 38(6): 2858-2864.

Patel, K., et al. Community screening outcomes for diabetes, hypertension, and cholesterol: Nashville REACH 2010 project.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2010. 33(2): 155-162.

Porter, J. Beyond Reach? Round Table 2010. 99(406): 98.

Rahill, G. J. P. and C. P. Rice. Correlates of Picuriste Use in a Sample of Health-Seeking Haitian Immigrants and Adult Children of Immigrants in Miami-Dade County, Florida.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(S1): S140-145.

Rivera, M. and P. J. Tucker. Community change: its importance in evaluating diabetes programs in communities of color. Diabetes and health disparities : community-based approaches for racial and ethnic populations 2010. L. C. Liburd. New York, Springer Publishing Company: 169-209.

Rosales, C. B., et al. The Culture of Health Survey: A Qualitative Assessment of a Diabetes Prevention Coalition.External Journal of Community Health 2010. 35(1): 4-9.

Schroer, R. How far can the physical sciences reach?External American philosophical quarterly 2010. 47(3): 253-266.

Spencer, M. S., et al. Community Health Workers and Their Value to Social Work.Cdc-pdfExternal Social Work 2010. 55(2): 169-180.

Spencer, M. S. P. M., et al. Discrimination and Mental Health-Related Service Use in a National Study of Asian Americans.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(12): 2410-2417.

Villanueva, L. P., et al. Ethnic Differences in HIV Risk Perceptions and Behaviors among Black 18-39 Year-old Residents of Broward County, Florida.External AIDS Education and Prevention 2010. 22(2): 160-171.

Woods, E., et al. Quality Improvement Evaluation of Community Asthma Initiative: One Year Follow-Up, Adolescent Findings and Two Year Cost Analysis.External Journal of Adolescent Health 2010. 46(2, Supplement 1): S9-S9.

Zhang, X., et al. Obesity prevention and diabetes screening at local health departments.External American Journal of Public Health 2010. 100(8): 1434-1441.

2009

Burgos, G. and F. Rivera. The (In)Significance of Race and Discrimination among Latino Youth: The Case of Depressive Symptoms.External Sociological Focus 2009. 42(2): 152-171.

Butterfoss, F. D. and L. Cohen. Special Issue: Fostering healthy communities: lessons learned from CDC’s premier community-based interventions. (Special Issue: Fostering healthy communities: lessons learned from CDC’s premier community-based interventions.).External Health Promotion Practice 2009. 10(2 Suppl): 81S-167S.

Chae, D. H. S. and K. L. P. Walters. Racial Discrimination and Racial Identity Attitudes in Relation to Self-Rated Health and Physical Pain and Impairment Among Two-Spirit American Indians/Alaska Natives.External American Journal of Public Health 2009. 99(S1): S144-151.

Clark, C. R., et al. Addressing social determinants of health to improve access to early breast cancer detection: results of the Boston REACH 2010 Breast and Cervical Cancer Coalition Women’s Health Demonstration Project.External Journal of Women’s Health 2009. 18(5): 677-690.

Collie–Akers V, Schultz JA, Carson V, Fawcett SB, Ronan M. Evaluating mobilization strategies with neighborhood and faith organizations to reduce risk for health disparities.External Health Promot Pract 2009;10(2 Suppl):118S–127S.

Darrow, W. W., et al. AIDS-Related Stigma Among Black and Hispanic Young Adults.External AIDS and Behavior 2009. 13(6): 1178-1188.

Findley, S. E., et al. Effective strategies for integrating immunization promotion into community programs.External Health Promotion Practice 2009. 10(2 Suppl): 128S-137S.

Fitzpatrick, A. L. P., et al. Communicating With Pictures: Perceptions of Cardiovascular Health Among Asian Immigrants.External American Journal of Public Health 2009. 99(12): 2147-2149.

Giles WH, Holmes–Chavez A, Collins JL. Cultivating healthy communities: the CDC perspective.External Health Promot Pract 2009;10(2 Suppl):86S–87S.

Grytdal, S. P., et al. (2009). Hepatitis B testing and vaccination among Vietnamese- and Cambodian-Americans.External Journal of Community Health 34(3): 173-180.

Hunte, H. E. R. P. M. P. H. and D. R. P. M. P. H. Williams. The Association Between Perceived Discrimination and Obesity in a Population-Based Multiracial and Multiethnic Adult Sample.External American Journal of Public Health 2009. 99(7): 1285-1292.

Kaplan, S. A., et al. Stirring up the mud: using a community-based participatory approach to address health disparities through a faith-based initiative.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2009. 20(4): 1111-1123.

Larson, C., et al. Community participation in health initiatives for marginalized populations.External J Ambul Care Manage 2009. 32(4): 264-270.

Larson, C. O., et al. Trends in smoking among African-Americans: a description of Nashville’s REACH 2010 initiative.External Journal of Community Health 2009. 34(4): 311-320.

Liao, Y., et al. Factors explaining excess stroke prevalence in the US Stroke Belt.External Stroke 2009. 40(10): 3336-3341.

Nguyen, T. T., et al. Breast cancer screening among Vietnamese Americans: a randomized controlled trial of lay health worker outreach.External American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2009. 37(4): 306-313.

Nguyen, T. T., et al. Cardiovascular risk factors and knowledge of symptoms among Vietnamese Americans.External Journal of General Internal Medicine 2009. 24(2): 238-243.

Rashid, J. R. P. M. P. H., et al. Eliminating Health Disparities Through Transdisciplinary Research, Cross-Agency Collaboration, and Public Participation.External American Journal of Public Health 2009. 99(11): 1955-1961.

Reynolds, P. P. T. E. Community Engagement: What’s the Difference Between Service Learning, Community Service, and Community-Based Research? Journal of Physical Therapy Education 2009. 23(2): 3-9.

Rogers, N. M. and A. G. Cantu. The Nurse’s Role in the Prevention of Cervical Cancer Among Underserved and Minority Populations.External 2009. 34(2): 135-143.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. Nashville REACH 2010: Association of community health promotion with population prevalence estimates of BMI, physical activity, and eating behaviors.External Diabetes 2009. 58.

Wizemann, T. M. and K. M. Anderson. Focusing on children’s health: community approaches to addressing health disparities: workshop summary.External Focusing on children’s health: community approaches to addressing health disparities 2009. Workshop summary 112.

Woodson, J. M., et al. Challenges of collaboration to address health disparities in the rapidly growing community of Las Vegas, Nevada.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2009. 20(3): 824-830.

2008

Beckham S, Bradley S, Washburn A, Taumua T. Diabetes management: utilizing community health workers in a Hawaiian/Samoan population.External J Health Care Poor Underserved 2008; 19(2):416–27

Bretthauer-Mueller, R., et al. Catalyzing community action within a national campaign: VERB community and national partnerships.External American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2008. 34(6 Suppl): S210-221.

Clark, C., et al. Witnessing Community Violence in Residential Neighborhoods: A Mental Health Hazard for Urban Women.External Journal of Urban Health 2008. 85(1): 22-38.

Cleghorn, G., Lussier, J, Velez, M., Canovitch, M, Licciardello, M, Stanlick, S. Educating and Empowering Elders: The Impact of Community Collaboration on Health Outcomes for Senior Latino Diabetics.External J Health Disparities Research and Practice 2008. 2(2): 1-16.

De Marco, M. P. M. P. H., et al. Perceived Discrimination During Prenatal Care, Labor, and Delivery: An Examination of Data From the Oregon Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, 1998-1999, 2000, and 2001.External American Journal of Public Health 2008. 98(10): 1818-1822.

English KC, Fairbanks J, Finster CE, Rafelito A, Luna J, Kennedy M. A socioecological approach to improving mammography rates in a tribal community.External Health Educ Behav 2008; 35(3):396–409.

Gee, G. C. P., et al. Disentangling the Effects of Racial and Weight Discrimination on Body Mass Index and Obesity Among Asian Americans.External American Journal of Public Health 2008. 98(3): 493-500.

Gehlert, S., et al. (Not So) Gently Down the Stream: Choosing Targets to Ameliorate Health Disparities.External Health & Social Work 2008. 33(3): 163-167.

Grigg–Saito D, Och S, Liang S, Toof R, Silka L. Building on the strengths of a Cambodian refugee community through community–based outreach.External Health Promot Pract 2008;9(4):415–25.

Heitgerd, J. L., et al. Community health status indicators: adding a geospatial component.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2008. 5(3): A96.

Hislop, T. G. M., et al. Knowledge and Behaviour Regarding Heart Disease Prevention in Chinese Canadian Immigrants.External Canadian Journal of Public Health 2008. 99(3): 232-235.

Laibman, D. Year Naming, Millennial Transitions, and English: A Trivial Observation and Prediction.Cdc-pdfExternal Science & Society 2008. 72(4): 383-388.

Larson, C. O., et al. Validity of the SF-12 for use in a low-income African American community-based research initiative (REACH 2010).External Preventing Chronic Disease 2008. 5(2): A44.

Letourneau, R. J., et al. Ride Safe: a child passenger safety program for American Indian/Alaska Native children.External Maternal & Child Health Journal 2008. 12: S55-63.

Lindley, M. C. M. P. H., et al. Status of Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Among Older American Indians and Alaska Natives.External American Journal of Public Health 2008. 98(5): 932-938.

Lisovicz, N., et al. Cancer health disparities: what we have done.External American Journal of the Medical Sciences 2008. 335(4): 254-259.

Mayberry, R. M., et al. Community-based Organizations’ Capacity to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate Success.External Journal of Community Health 2008. 33(5): 285-292.

Metzler, M., et al. Community health status indicators project: the development of a national approach to community health.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2008. 5(3): A94.

Ngoc Nguyen, T. U., et al. Community health navigators for breast- and cervical-cancer screening among Cambodian and Laotian women: intervention strategies and relationship-building processes.External Health Promotion Practice 2008. 9(4): 356-367.

Plescia, M., et al. A lay health advisor program to promote community capacity and change among change agents.External Health Promotion Practice 2008. 9(4): 434-439.

Plescia, M., et al. Improving health behaviors in an African American community: the Charlotte Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health project.External American Journal of Public Health 2008. 98(9): 1678-1684.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. Religious affiliation, health behaviors and outcomes: Nashville REACH 2010.External American Journal of Health Behavior 2008. 32(6): 714-724.

Silka, L., et al. Creating community-based participatory research in a diverse community: a case study.External J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics 2008. 3(2): 5-16.

Sussman, A. L. and M. Rivera. Be gentle and be sincere about it’: a story about community-based primary care research.External Annals of Family Medicine 2008. 6(5): 463-465.

Taylor, V. M., et al. Cervical cancer control research in Vietnamese American communities.External Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention 2008. 17(11): 2924-2930.

Voelker, R. Decades of work to reduce disparities in health care produce limited success.External Jama-Journal of the American Medical Association 2008. 299(12): 1411-1413.

Warnecke, R. B. P., et al. Approaching Health Disparities From a Population Perspective: The National Institutes of Health Centers for Population Health and Health Disparities.External American Journal of Public Health 2008. 98(9): 1608-1615.

2007

Collie–Akers VL, Fawcett SB, Schultz JA, Carson V, Cyprus J, Pierle JE. Analyzing a community–based coalition’s efforts to reduce health disparities and the risk for chronic disease in Kansas City, Missouri.External Prev Chronic Dis 2007; 4(3):A66.

Feathers JT, Kieffer EC, Palmisano G, et al. The development, implementation, and process evaluation of the REACH Detroit Partnership’s Diabetes Lifestyle Intervention.External Diabet Educ 2007; 33(3):509–20.

Franklin MD, Schlundt DG, McClellan LH, et al. Religious fatalism and its association with health behaviors and outcomes.External 2007; 31(6):563–72.

Hill, A., et al. From program to policy: expanding the role of community coalitions.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(4): A103.

Liburd, L. C. and J. E. Sniezek. Changing times: new possibilities for community health and well-being.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(3): A73.

Liburd, L. C. and J. E. Sniezek. Changing times: new possibilities for community health and well-being.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(3): A73.

Metzler, M. Social determinants of health: what, how, why, and now.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(4): A85.

Mock, J., et al. Effective lay health worker outreach and media-based education for promoting cervical cancer screening among Vietnamese American women.External American Journal of Public Health 2007. 97(9): 1693-1700.

Nagy, C., et al. Process Evaluation in Action: Lessons Learned from Alabama REACH 2010.External Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 2007. 2(1): 15

Navarro, A. M., et al. Diffusion of cancer education information through a Latino community health advisor program.External Preventive Medicine 2007. 45(2-3): 135-138.

Navarro, A. M., et al. Charting the future of community health promotion: recommendations from the National Expert Panel on Community Health Promotion. Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(3): A68.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. Disparities in smoking: data from the Nashville REACH 2010 project.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2007. 30(2): 150-158.

Silka, L., et al. Eight Americas: differences in Asian communities are important.External PLoS Medicine 2007. 4(1): e41.

Tanjasiri, S. P., et al. Network analysis of an organizational collaboration for Pacific Islander cancer control.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2007. 18(4 Suppl): 184-196.

Taylor, V. M. M. D. M. P. H., et al. Heart Disease Prevention Among Chinese Immigrants.External Journal of Community Health 2007. 32(5): 299-310.

Tucker, P. and A. M. Navarro. Real-world challenges of promoting community health.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2007. 4(3): A49.

2006

Airhihenbuwa, C. O. and T. A. Laveist. Racial and ethnic approaches to community health (REACH) 2010.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 174S-175S.

Airhihenbuwa, C. O. and L. Liburd. Eliminating health disparities in the African American population: the interface of culture, gender, and power.External Health Education and Behavior 2006. 33(4): 488-501.

Bachar, J. J., et al. Cherokee Choices: a diabetes prevention program for American Indians.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2006. 3(3): A103.

Belue R, Taylor–Richardson KD, Lin JM, McClellan L, Hargreaves MK. Racial disparities in sense of community and health status: implications in community–based participatory interventions targeting chronic disease in African Americans.External J Ambul Care Manage 2006;29(2):112–24.

Calman, N. S., et al. Separate and unequal care in New York City.External Journal of Health Care Law and Policy 2006. 9(1): 105-120.

Carlson, B. A., et al. A community-based participatory health information needs assessment to help eliminate diabetes information disparities.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 213S-222S.

Chino, M. and L. Debruyn. Building true capacity: indigenous models for indigenous communities.External American Journal of Public Health 2006. 96(4): 596-599.

Collins J. Addressing racial and ethnic disparities: lessons from the REACH 2010 communities.External J Health Care Poor Underserved 2006; 17(2 Suppl):1–5.

Darnell JS, Chang CH, Calhoun EA. Knowledge about breast cancer and participation in a faith–based breast cancer program and other predictors of mammography screening among African American women and Latinas.External Health Promot Pract 2006; 7(3 Suppl):201S–12S.

Findley, S. E., et al. Community-based strategies to reduce childhood immunization disparities.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 191S-200S.

Fort, J. G. and L. McClellan. REACH-Meharry community-campus partnership: developing culturally competent health care providers.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 78-87.

Fouad MN, Partridge E, Dignan M, et al. A community–driven action plan to eliminate breast and cervical cancer disparity: successes and limitations.External J Cancer Educ 2006; 21(1 Suppl):S91–100.

Gee, G. C., et al. Self-reported discrimination and mental health status among African descendants, Mexican Americans, and other Latinos in the New Hampshire REACH 2010 Initiative: the added dimension of immigration.External American Journal of Public Health 2006. 96(10): 1821-1828.

Giles, W. H. and L. Liburd. Reflections on the past, reaching for the future: REACH 2010–the first 7 years.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 179S-180S.

Graham, G. N. REACH 2010: working together to achieve the goal of eliminating health disparities.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 6-8.

Greene, C., et al. Diabetes management among low-income African Americans: a description of a pilot strategy for empowerment.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2006. 29(2): 162-166.

Griffin-Blake, C. S., et al. Mind over matter: Exploring job stress among female blue-collar workers.External Journal of Women’s Health 2006. 15(10): 1105-1110.

Hlaing, W. M. and W. W. Darrow. HIV risk reduction among young minority adults in Broward County.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2): 159-173.

Kaplan, S. A., et al. Racial and ethnic disparities in health: a view from the South Bronx.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(1): 116-127.

Kaplan, S. A., et al. Fostering organizational change through a community-based initiative.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 181S-190S.

Kaplan, S. A., et al. The role of faith-based institutions in addressing health disparities: a case study of an initiative in the southwest Bronx.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 9-19.

Kieffer, E. C., et al. Chronic disease – related behaviors and health among African Americans and Hispanics in the REACH Detroit 2010 communities, Michigan, and the United States.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 256S-264S.

Koch-Weser, S., et al. Self-reported health among Cambodians in Lowell, Massachusetts.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 133-145.

Larson, C., et al. Relationship between symptoms of depression, functional health status, and chronic disease among a residential sample of African Americans.External J Ambul Care Manage 2006. 29(2): 133-140.

Liburd, L. C., et al. Looking through a glass, darkly: eliminating health disparities. Preventing Chronic Disease 2006. 3(3): A72.

Lisovicz, N., et al. The Deep South Network for cancer control. Building a community infrastructure to reduce cancer health disparities.External Cancer 2006. 107(8 Suppl): 1971-1979.

Matthews, A. K., et al. A qualitative evaluation of a faith-based breast and cervical cancer screening intervention for African American women.External Health Education and Behavior 2006. 33(5): 643-663

McClellan, L. and D. Schlundt. Overview of Nashville REACH 2010’s approach to eliminating disparities in diabetes and cardiovascular disease.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2009. 29(2): 106-111.

McKeever, C., et al. The African American Wellness Village in Portland, Ore.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2006. 3(3): A104.

Mock, J., et al. Processes and capacity-building benefits of lay health worker outreach focused on preventing cervical cancer among Vietnamese.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 223S-232S.

Neal, D., et al. Equal care, unequal outcomes: experiences of a REACH 2010 community.External Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice 2006. 1(1): 15.

Neal, D., et al. Racial disparity in the diagnosis of obesity among people with diabetes.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 106-115.

Nguyen, T. T., et al. Community-based participatory research increases cervical cancer screening among Vietnamese-Americans.Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 31-54.

Nguyen, T. T., et al. Papanicolaou testing among Vietnamese Americans: results of a multifaceted intervention.External American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2006. 31(1): 1-9.

Perez, M., et al. The impact of community health worker training and programs in NYC.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(1 Suppl): 26-43.

Pichert, J. W., et al. Development and evaluation of a bible college-based course on faith and health.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2006. 29(2): 141-150.

Ramah Band of Navajo Indians, Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board. Healthy Navajo Women: Walk in BeautyExternal Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] 2006 Jul.

Ryan, A. M., et al. The association between self-reported discrimination, physical health and blood pressure: findings from African Americans, Black immigrants, and Latino immigrants in New Hampshire.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 116-132.

Satcher, D. Working in and With Communities to Eliminate Disparities in HealthExternal Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 176S-178S.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. An evaluation of the Nashville REACH 2010 community health screening strategy.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2009. 29(2): 151-161.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. Geographic clustering of obesity, diabetes, and hypertension in Nashville, Tennessee.External J Ambul Care Manage 2009. 29(2): 125-132.

Selig, S., et al. Teaching cultural competence to reduce health disparities.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 247S-255S.

Shapiro, L. D., et al. Sustaining a safety net breast and cervical cancer detection program.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 20-30.

Sloane, D., et al. Assessing resource environments to target prevention interventions in community chronic disease control.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 146-158.

Smith, C. and A. Ryan Change for Life/Cambia tu vida: A health promotion program based on the stages of change model for African descendent and Latino adults in New Hampshire.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2006. 3(3): A105.

Spencer, M. S., et al. Diabetes-specific emotional distress among African Americans and Hispanics with type 2 diabetes.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 17(2): 88-105.

Swan, J., et al. Cancer Screening and Risk Factor Rates Among American Indians.External American Journal of Public Health 2006. 96(2): 340-350.

Traeger, M., et al. Bridging Disparity: A Multidisciplinary Approach for Influenza Vaccination in an American Indian Community.External American Journal of Public Health 2006. 96(5): 921-925.

Tucker, P., et al. The REACH 2010 logic model: an illustration of expected performance.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2006. 3(1): A21.

Wolf, M. S., et al. Colorectal cancer screening among the medically underserved.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(1): 47-54.

Woodson, J. M. and M. Braxton-Calhou. Techniques for Establishing Educational Programs Through the African American Faith Community.External Journal of Extension 2006. 44(1).

Wynn, T. A., et al. Addressing disparities through coalition building: Alabama REACH 2010 lessons learned.External Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 2006. 17(2 Suppl): 55-77.

Yancey, A. K., et al. Putting promotion into practice: the African Americans building a legacy of health organizational wellness program.External Health Promotion Practice 2006. 7(3 Suppl): 233S-246S.

2005

Baker, E. A., et al. Addressing social determinants of health inequities: learning from doing.External American Journal of Public Health 2005. 95(4): 553-555.

Calman, N. Making health equality a reality: the Bronx takes action.External Health Affairs 2005. 24(2): 491-498.

Dart, L., et al. Working with Families to Prevent Obesity: A Community-Campus Partnership.External Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences 2005. 97(2): 20-28.

Heisler, M., et al. The relationship between knowledge of recent HbA1c values and diabetes care understanding and self-management.External Diabetes Care 2005. 28(4): 816-822.

Hinton, A., et al. The community health advisor program and the deep South network for cancer control: health promotion programs for volunteer community health advisors.External Family & Community Health 2005. 28(1): 20-27.

Hossler, C. Differences in the quality of diabetes care by payer status. Medical University of South Carolina. Ph.D. 2005: 149 p.

Jen’nan Ghazal, R. and M. O. Emerson . Racial Context, Black Immigration and the U.S. Black/White Health Disparity.External Social Forces 2005. 84(1): 181-199.

Lewis, L. B., et al. African Americans’ access to healthy food options in South Los Angeles restaurants.External American Journal of Public Health 2005. 95(4): 668-673.

Liburd, L. C., et al. Intervening on the social determinants of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.External American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2005. 29(5 Suppl 1): 18-24.

Lynch, D. J. Eye on the future. What will it take to reach 2010?External ACSM’s Health & Fitness Journal 2005. 9(3): 24-25.

Martin, M. Y. Community health advisors effectively promote cancer screening.Cdc-pdfExternal Ethnicity & Disease 2005.15(2 Suppl 2): S14-16.

Schachter, K. A. and S. J. Cohen. From research to practice: challenges to implementing national diabetes guidelines with five community health centers on the U.S.-Mexico border.External Preventing Chronic Disease 2005. 2(1): A17

Schneider, E. Tuberculosis Among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States, 1993-2002.External American Journal of Public Health 2005. 95(5): 873-880.

Sequist, T. D., et al. Information Technology as a Tool to Improve the Quality of American Indian Health Care.External American Journal of Public Health 2005. 95(12): 2173-2179.

Spitzer, D. L. Engendering Health Disparities.External Canadian Journal of Public Health 2005. 96: S78-96.

Two Feathers, J., et al. Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Detroit partnership: improving diabetes-related outcomes among African American and Latino adults.External American Journal of Public Health 2005. 95(9): 1552-1560.

Woodson, J. M., et al. Food for health and soul: a curriculum designed to facilitate healthful recipe modifications to family favorites.External Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2005. 37(6): 323-324.

2004

Cleghorn GD, Nguyen M, Roberts B, Duran G, Tellez T, Alecon M. Practice–based interventions to improve health care for Latinos with diabetes.External Ethn Dis 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1):S117–21.

Darrow, W. W., et al. Eliminating disparities in HIV disease: Community mobilization to prevent HIV transmission among black and hispanic young adults in Broward County, Florida.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3): 108-116.

DeBate R, Plescia M, Joyner D, Spann L. A qualitative assessment of Charlotte REACH: an ecological perspective for decreasing CVD and diabetes among African Americans.External Ethn Dis 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1):S77–82.

Debate, R. D. and M. Plescia I could live other places, but this is where I want to be: Support for natural helper initiatives.External International Quarterly of Community Health Education 2004; 23(4): 327-339.

Findley, S., et al. Community empowerment to reduce childhood immunization disparities in New York City.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S134-141.

Fouad, M. N., et al. The development of a community action plan to reduce breast and cervical cancer disparities between African-American and White women.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S53-60.

Garvin, C. C., et al. A community-based approach to diabetes control in multiple cultural groups.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S83-92.

Giles, W. H., et al. Racial and ethnic approaches to community health (REACH 2010): an overview.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S5-8.

Hunte, H. E., et al. A birth records analysis of the Maternal Infant Health Advocate Service program: a paraprofessional intervention aimed at addressing infant mortality in African Americans.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S102-107.

Jack, L., Jr., et al. Understanding the environmental issues in diabetes self-management education research: a reexamination of 8 studies in community-based settings.External Annals of Internal Medicine 2004; 140(11): 964-971.

Jenkins, C., et al. Reducing disparities for African Americans with diabetes: progress made by the REACH 2010 Charleston and Georgetown Diabetes Coalition.External Public Health Reports 2004; 119(3): 322-330

Kaplan, S. A., et al. Opening doors and building capacity: employing a community-based approach to surveying.External Journal of Urban Health 2004; 81(2): 291-300.

Kieffer, E. C., et al. Reducing disparities in diabetes among African-American and Latino residents of Detroit: the essential role of community planning focus groups.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S27-37.

King, M. G., et al. People with diabetes: knowledge, perceptions, and applications of recommendations for diabetes management.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S128-133.

Koch-Weser S, G.-S. D., Liang S, Toof R, Kreth NN, Pot M, Foo MA, Foong HL, Kagawa-Singer M, Lee SW, Tran JH, Nguyen TN, Tanjasiri SP, Nguyen TT, McPhee SJ, Liao Y, Tucker P, Giles W Health status of Cambodians and Vietnamese – selected communities, United States, 2001-2002.External Mmwr 2004; 53: 760-765.

Lai, K. Q., et al. Increasing Vietnamese-American physicians’ knowledge of cervical cancer and Pap testing: impact of continuing medical education programs.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S122-127.

Levy, S. R., et al. Using multilevel, multisource needs assessment data for planning community interventions.External Health Promotion Practice 2004; 5(1): 59-68.

Liao, Y., et al. Health status among REACH 2010 communities, 2001-2002.Cdc-pdfExternal [PDF-115KB] Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S9-13.

Liao, Y., et al. REACH 2010 surveillance for health status in minority communities — United States, 2001-2002. MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report 2004; 53(SS-6): 1-35.

Madison, A., et al. The Boston Haitian HIV Prevention Coalition formative evaluation: a participatory approach to community self-assessment.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S20-26.

McAnanama, G., et al. VETERANS’ HEALTH CARE.External American Journal of Public Health 2004; 94(4): 519.

McKeever, C., et al. Wellness Within REACH: mind, body, and soul: a no-cost physical activity program for African Americans in Portland, Oregon, to combat cardiovascular disease.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S93-101.

Metayer, N., et al. Overcoming historical and institutional distrust: key elements in developing and sustaining the community mobilization against HIV in the Boston Haitian community.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S46-52.

Miller, S. T., et al. Using focus groups to understand health-related practices and perceptions of African Americans: Nashville REACH 2010 preliminary findings.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S70-76.

Miller, S. T., et al. Exploring ethnic disparities in diabetes, diabetes care, and lifestyle behaviors: the Nashville REACH 2010 community baseline survey.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S38-45.

Plescia, M. and M. Groblewski A community-oriented primary care demonstration project: refining interventions for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.External Annals of Family Medicine 2004; 2(2): 103-109.

Tanjasiri, S. P., et al. Exploring access to cancer control services for Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities in Southern California.External Ethnicity & Disease 2004; 14(3 Suppl 1): S14-19.

2003

Bursac, Z. and J. E. Campbell From risky behaviors to chronic outcomes: current status and Healthy People 2010 goals for American Indians in Oklahoma.External Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association 2003; 96(12): 569-573.

Davis, S. K., et al. Disparities in trends of hospitalization for potentially preventable chronic conditions among African Americans during the 1990s: Implications and benchmarks.External American Journal of Public Health 2003; 93(3): 447-455.

Findley, S. E., et al. Community-provider partnerships to reduce immunization disparities: field report from northern Manhattan.External American Journal of Public Health 2003; 93(7): 1041-1044.

Giachello, A. L., et al. Reducing diabetes health disparities through community-based participatory action research: The Chicago Southeast Diabetes Community Action Coalition.External Public Health Reports 2003; 118(4): 309-323.

Graves, K. D. and P. M. Miller Behavioral medicine in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease.External Behavior Modification 2003; 27(1): 3-25.

Jenkins, C. REACH 2010: Charleston and Georgetown Diabetes Coalition approaches to reducing disparities for African Americans with diabetes.External The South Carolina Nurse 2003; 10(1): 16-19.

Liao, Y., et al. Health status of American Indians compared with other racial/ethnic minority populations – selected states, 2001-2002. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2003; 52(47): 1148-1152.

Liburd, L. C. and F. Vinicor Rethinking diabetes prevention and control in racial and ethnic communities.External Journal of Public Health Management and Practice Suppl 2003; S74-79.

Metzler, M. M., et al. Addressing urban health in Detroit, New York City, and Seattle through community-based participatory research partnerships.External American Journal of Public Health 2003; 93(5): 803-811.

Parker, E., et al. Assessing the capacity of health departments to engage in community-based participatory public health.External American Journal of Public Health 2003; 93(3): 472-476.

Parker, W. J. Black-white infant mortality disparity in the United States: a societal litmus test. Commentary on “A partnership to reduce African American infant mortality in Genesee County, Michigan.External Public Health Reports 2003; 118(4): 336-337.

Pestronk, R. M. and M. L. Franks A partnership to reduce African American infant mortality in Genesee County, Michigan.External Public Health Reports 2003; 118(4): 324-335.

Rogers, E. M. Delivering Entertainment-Education Health Messages Through the Internet to Hard-to-Reach U.S. Audiences in the Southwest.External In: Singhal, A, ed. Entertainment-Education and Social Change. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 2003; 281-298.

Rollin, S. A., et al. A stress management curriculum for at-risk youth.External Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development 2003; 42(1): 79-90.

Sloane, D. C., et al. Improving the nutritional resource environment for healthy living through community-based participatory research.External Journal of General Internal Medicine 2003; 18(7): 568-575.

2002

Bursac Z, Campbell JE. Prevalence of current cigarette smoking among American Indians in Oklahoma: a comparison.External J Okla State Med Assoc 2002; 95(3):155–8.

Coday, M., et al. Health Opportunities with Physical Exercise (HOPE): social contextual interventions to reduce sedentary behavior in urban settings.External Health Education Research 2002; 17(5): 637-647.

Ma’at, I., et al. Observations from the CDC. REACH 2010 coalitions: reaching for ways to prevent cardiovascular disease and diabetes.External Journal of Women’s Health 2002; 11(10): 829-839.

Pollack, H. The Challenge and Future of HIV PreventionExternal Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2002; 27(1): 111-121.

Pugh, K. B., et al. Foot problems and foot care practices in diabetes. A survey of public and private diabetes clinics affiliated with a university hospital.External Journal of the South Carolina Medical Association 2002; 98(8): 305-310.

Roe, K. M. and S. Thomas Circle of research and practice. REACH 2010: engaging the circle of research and practice to eliminate health disparities: an interview with Imani Ma’at.External Health Promotion Practice 2002; 3(2): 120-124.

2001

Fox, S. A., et al. Targeted mailed materials and the Medicare beneficiary: increasing mammogram screening among the elderly.External American Journal of Public Health 2001; 91(1): 55-61.

Gregg, E. W., et al. Use of diabetes preventive care and complications risk in two African-American communities.External American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2001; 21(3): 197-202.

Higgins, D. L. and M. Metzler Implementing community-based participatory research centers in diverse urban settings.Cdc-pdfExternal Journal of Urban Health 2001; 78(3): 488-494.

Ma’at, I., et al. REACH 2010: A Unique Opportunity to Create Strategies to Eliminate Health Disparities Among Women of Color.External American Journal of Health Studies 2001; 17(2): 13.

Schlundt, D. G., et al. Use of innovative technologies in the evaluation of Nashville’s REACH 2010 community action plan: reducing disparities in cardiovascular disease and diabetes in the African American community.External Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2001; 24(3): 51-60.

2000

Horowitz, C. R., et al. Approaches to eliminating sociocultural disparities in health.External Health Care Financing Review 2000; 21(4): 57-74.

Jack, L., Jr. and L. Liburd Race, ethnicity, and diabetes care: where to from here? Diabetes Education 2000; 26(1): 91-93.External

Silver, H. J. Budgets for social behavorial science research: 2001.External Society 2000; 38(1): 47-85.

1999

Jack, L., Jr., et al. Influence of the environmental context on diabetes self-management: a rationale for developing a new research paradigm in diabetes education.External Diabetes Education 1999; 25(5): 775-782.

Liburd, L. C., et al. Body size and body shape: perceptions of black women with diabetes.External Diabetes Education 1999; 25(3): 382-388.

Satcher, D. The Initiative to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities is moving forward.External Public Health Reports 1999; 114(3): 283-287.

Voichick, J. Editor’s message.External Journal of Nutrition Education 1999; 31(4): 189.

1998

Burrus, B. B., et al. Maximizing participation by black Americans in population-based diabetes research: the Project DIRECT pilot experience.External Journal of Community Health 1998; 23(1): 15-27.

Engelgau, M. M., et al. A project to reduce the burden of diabetes in the African-American Community: Project DIRECT.External Journal of the National Medical Association 1998; 90(10): 605-613.