Ethnic/Racial Minorities and Rural Settings: Articles & Published Research
Articles about African-Americans and Self-Management Programs
- Twumasi, A. A., Shao, A., Dunlop‐Thomas, C., Drenkard, C., & Cooper, H. L. (2020). Exploring the Perceived Impact of the Chronic Disease Self‐Management Program on Self‐Management Behaviors among African American Women with Lupus: A Qualitative Study. ACR Open Rheumatology, 2(3), 147-157.
- Williams, E. M., Lorig, K., Glover, S., Kamen, D., Back, S., Merchant, A., … & Oates, J. C. (2016). Intervention to Improve Quality of life for African-AmericaN lupus patients (IQAN): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial of a unique a la carte intervention approach to self-management of lupus in African Americans. BMC health services research, 16(1), 1-13.
- Goldfinger, J. Z., Kronish, I. M., Fei, K., Graciani, A., Rosenfeld, P., Lorig, K., & Horowitz, C. R. (2012). Peer education for secondary stroke prevention in inner-city minorities: Design and methods of the prevent recurrence of all inner-city strokes through education randomized controlled trial. Contemporary clinical trials, 33(5), 1065-1073.
- Horowitz, C. R., Eckhardt, S., Talavera, S., Goytia, C., & Lorig, K. (2011). Effectively translating diabetes prevention: a successful model in a historically underserved community. Translational behavioral medicine, 1(3), 443-452.
- Case, S., Jernigan, V. B. B., Gardner, A., Ritter, P., Heaney, C., & Lorig, K. (2009). Content and frequency of writing on diabetes bulletin boards: does race make a difference?. Journal of medical Internet research, 11(2), e22.