RESEARCH CORE This purpose of this Core is to coordinate and support health disparities intervention and methods research, specifically in African American, Hispanic, rural and low-income persons. Salary buyout for large and pilot study Pis and co-investigators, study research assistantships and study supplies will be provided. A Data Group (statisticians, Data manager, RA for double entry data input) is housed in this Core as support for all studies, research training and evaluation activities. Pilot studies and large studies are included. The Core will provide a network of scholars, recruitment pool and sites, and strategies for research with these disparity populations.

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Davis, Leslie L (2017) A Qualitative Study of Symptom Experiences of Women With Acute Coronary Syndrome. J Cardiovasc Nurs 32:488-495
Amirehsani, Karen A; Hu, Jie; Wallace, Debra C et al. (2017) US Healthcare Experiences of Hispanic Patients with Diabetes and Family Members: A Qualitative Analysis. J Community Health Nurs 34:126-135
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Massengale, Kelley E; Morrison, Sharon D; Sudha, S (2016) Community Health Advocate-Identified Enablers of HIV Testing for Latina Immigrant Women. AIDS Educ Prev 28:325-40
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Reed, Elizabeth; Erausquin, J T; Groves, Allison K et al. (2016) Client-perpetrated and husband-perpetrated violence among female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, India: HIV/STI risk across personal and work contexts. Sex Transm Infect 92:424-9
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Sudha, S; Morrison, Sharon; Thomas, Emma H et al. (2015) ¿Qué te parece?: Pretesting an HIV Testing Enablers Assessment Instrument Among Hispanic/Latino Immigrant Women. Hisp Health Care Int 13:131-9
Ivanov, L Louise; Wallace, Debra C; Hernández, Christina et al. (2015) Diabetes risks and health literacy in southern African American and Latino women. J Community Health Nurs 32:12-23

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