The following citations represent a sample of the peer-reviewed works published by the department’s faculty. For the full list of the department’s publications and presentations, visit the SelectedWorks site.
An Analysis of the Sleep Quality of Undergraduate Students
Using the Exercise Is Medicine® on Campus Platform to Assess College Students’ Practice of Physical Activity in a Rural Setting
Integrating Complementary and Alternative Medicine into the Health Education Curriculum
The Effectiveness of a Physical Activity Educational Campaign in a Rural Obstetrics and Gynecology Office
Vitamin C Concentration, Syneresis and Consumer Perceptions of a Fermented Dairy Product Upon Fortification with Cucumber and Raspberry
Adapting a Physical Activity Intervention for Youth in a Rural Area: A Case Study Background: Physical activity offers children and youth many well-documented positive effects on health. The present study adapted a community-based prevention marketing campaign (CBPM), VERBTM Summer … The Determinants of Strength Training in Rural Women, Ages 20-44 Years: A Qualitative Study Despite multiple health benefits of strength training, it is reported that only 14.7% of American women engage in the recommended amount of physical activity. Whereas the potential negative consequenc … Translating Research into Practice: Employing Community-Based Mixed Methods Approaches to Address Chronic Disease and Depression Among Latinos The co-occurrence of depression and chronic diseases is often under-recognized, under-treated, and under-studied. Among Latinos, complex structural and cultural barriers exist which complicate the tra … Application of Mixed-methods Design in Community-engaged Research: Lessons Learned From an Evidence-based Intervention for Latinos With Chronic Illness and Minor Depression The purpose of this paper is to share lessons learned from a collaborative, community-informed mixed-methods approach to adapting an evidence-based intervention to meet the needs of Latinos with chron … Development and Psychometric Testing of the Childhood Obesity Perceptions (COP) Survey Among African American Caregivers: A Tool for Obesity Prevention Program Planning Currently, public health practitioners are analyzing the role that caregivers play in childhood obesity efforts. Assessing African American caregiver’s perceptions of childhood obesity in rural commun …
Last updated: 2/3/2016