Eugenia Eng

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Public Health, Education, Health Education, Nursing
"Eugenia Eng"
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Balvanz P, Dodgen L, Quinn J, et al. (2016) From Voice to Choice: African American Youth Examine Childhood Obesity in Rural North Carolina. Progress in Community Health Partnerships : Research, Education, and Action. 10: 293-303
Sun CJ, Mann L, Eng E, et al. (2015) Once a Navegante, Always a Navegante: Latino Men Sustain Their Roles as Lay Health Advisors to Promote General and Sexual Health to Their Social Network. Aids Education and Prevention : Official Publication of the International Society For Aids Education. 27: 465-73
Sun CJ, García M, Mann L, et al. (2015) Latino sexual and gender identity minorities promoting sexual health within their social networks: process evaluation findings from a lay health advisor intervention. Health Promotion Practice. 16: 329-37
Armstrong-Brown J, Eng E, Hammond WP, et al. (2015) Redefining racial residential segregation and its association with physical activity among African Americans 50 years and older: a mixed methods approach. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity. 23: 237-46
Gilbert PA, Perreira K, Eng E, et al. (2014) Social stressors and alcohol use among immigrant sexual and gender minority Latinos in a nontraditional settlement state. Substance Use & Misuse. 49: 1365-75
Roman Isler M, Eng E, Maman S, et al. (2014) Public health and church-based constructions of HIV prevention: black Baptist perspective. Health Education Research. 29: 470-84
Lightfoot AF, Taggart T, Woods-Jaeger BA, et al. (2014) Where is the faith? Using a CBPR approach to propose adaptations to an evidence-based HIV prevention intervention for adolescents in African American faith settings. Journal of Religion and Health. 53: 1223-35
Yonas MA, Aronson R, Schaal J, et al. (2013) Critical incident technique: an innovative participatory approach to examine and document racial disparities in breast cancer healthcare services. Health Education Research. 28: 748-59
Rhodes SD, Martinez O, Song EY, et al. (2013) Depressive symptoms among immigrant Latino sexual minorities. American Journal of Health Behavior. 37: 404-13
Montoya TA, Coker-Appiah DS, Eng E, et al. (2013) A Qualitative Exploration of Rural African American Youth Perceptions about the Effect of Dating Violence on Sexual Health Journal of Child and Family Studies. 22: 48-62
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