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Author:Claudia X. Aguado Loi , Teresa M. Nesman , Ping Xu ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (5), pp.1121-1131Springer
Abstract:This study evaluated whether a self-administered stress management training (SSMT) could improve quality of life (QOL) and reduce distress among Hispanics receiving chemotherapy across multiple community clinical settings. Participants were randomized to receive SSMT (n = 10...
Author:H. Cathleen Tarp , M. Elizabeth Fore , Mary A. Nies ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (5), pp.1253-1255Springer
Abstract:In contrast to many studies of first generation Hispanics residing in the U.S., our study focused on participants of both genders who were formally employed outside the home. The purpose of this study was to explore the meaning of health among southeast Idaho Hispanics employed i...
Author:Kate Coleman-Minahan , Marisol Chavez , Sheana Bull
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (6), pp.1412-1419Springer
Abstract:Foreign-born youth have a lower risk of sexual initiation than native born youth, yet most research has focused on Latinos. An ethnically diverse sample of 200, 14–21 year-old youth were surveyed in Denver in 2014. We used logistic regression models to predict the odds of in...
Author:M. Guiguet , S. Dionou , J. Volant ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (4), pp.991-994Springer
Abstract:Delayed presentation to care among HIV-infected individuals continued to be frequent in France. Migrants are at high risk for late presentation. This cross-sectional study investigated barriers to HIV testing in the specific population of men from sub-Saharan Africa living i...
Author:Elizabeth Singer , Roisin McElroy , Peter Muennig
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (3), pp.716-722Springer
Abstract:Increased income strongly correlates with improved health and lower mortality risk. Yet in spite of having a lower mean and median income, both Hispanics and the foreign-born living within the U.S. have higher longevity compared with native-born, non-Hispanics. We explored t...
Author:E. Villalonga-Olives , I. Kawachi , N. von Steinbüchel
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (6), pp.1469-1487Springer
Abstract:Human migration is not a new phenomenon, but it has changed significantly with the advance of globalization. We focus on differences in the published literature concerning migration and health (EU vs the US), centering specifically on reproductive health outcomes. We conduct...
Author:Alejandra Caqueo-Urízar , Laurent Boyer , Stephen E. Gilman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (3), pp.606-615Springer
Abstract:The aim of the study is to describe the need profile of outpatients with schizophrenia belonging to an Aymara ethnic group in Latin-America and to compare that profile to non-Aymara patients. A sample of 253 patients were evaluated with the Two-Way Communication Checklist (2-COM ...
Author:Stephen J. Lepore , Rasmi G. Nair , Stacy N. Davis ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (6), pp.1343-1350Springer
Abstract:Medical guidelines do not recommend prostate cancer screening, particularly without informed and shared decision making. This study investigates undisclosed opportunistic screening using prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing in black immigrant and African American men. Par...
Author:Ana M. Linares , Karen Wambach , Mary K. Rayens ...
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (5), pp.1027-1034Springer
Abstract:Using data from a longitudinal study of breastfeeding in Hispanics, this study evaluated the influence of early skin-to-skin contact (SSC) on initiation and sustained exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) at 1 month postpartum. Two-thirds of the women in the sample participated in early ...
Author:Ye jin Kang , Danny McCormick , Leah Zallman
Data Source:[J].Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 2017, Vol.19 (4), pp.929-938Springer
Abstract:Immigrants’ perceptions of affordability of insurance and knowledge of insurance after health reform are unknown. We conducted face-to-face surveys with a convenience sample of 1124 patients in three Massachusetts safety net Emergency Departments after the Massachusetts heal...

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