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Evaluation of a Community-based Child (Infants and Toddlers) Health Promotion Pilot Project in a Migrant Village in Kyrgyzstan

Shin H, Lee YN, Lee SJ, Jang YK

PURPOSE: Children in migrant villages in Kyrgyzstan have a high incidence of anemia and need effective health promotion programs. The purpose of this study was to evaluate a pilot study...
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The Role of Social Support and the Neighborhood Environment on Physical Activity in Low-income, Mexican-American Women in South Texas

Salinas JJ, McDaniel M, Parra-Medina D

OBJECTIVES: To determine the relationships between physical activity (PA), the neighborhood environment support for PA, and social support for PA among Mexican-American women living in South Texas. The Enlace study...
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Ecological Factors Affecting School Adjustment of Low-Income Adolescents Attending Community Child Care Center

Park J, Park Y, Lee J, Kim S

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to investigate the ecological factors influencing school adjustment of adolescents from low-income families. METHODS: Secondary data analysis was performed using data of 1,321 low-income...
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Evaluation of a Community-based participatory professional periodontal care program for hypertension and diabetes patients

Park SK, Lee GY, Kim YJ, Lee MY, Byun DH, Kim KH, Son HR, Kim CB, Ahn YH, Kim NH

OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) professional periodontal care program model for patients with hypertension and diabetes. METHODS: This descriptive case study included 151 participants of the professional periodontal...
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New Evaluation Vector through the Stanford Mobile Inquiry-Based Learning Environment (SMILE) for Participatory Action Research

Kim P, An JY

OBJECTIVES: This article reviews an evaluation vector model driven from a participatory action research leveraging a collective inquiry system named SMILE (Stanford Mobile Inquiry-based Learning Environment). METHODS: SMILE has been implemented...
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Intervention Model Development of Health Promotion for Women Workers in Traditional Marketplaces: Using Community based Participatory Action Research

Kim HG, Lee RS, Hwang WJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to describe the intervention model development of health promotion for women workers working in the traditional marketplace, using community capacity building framework. METHODS: Need...
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Community-based research on the benign prostatic hyperplasia prevalence rate in Korean rural area

Goh HJ, Kim SA, Nam JW, Choi BY, Moon HS

PURPOSE: We investigated the prevalence rate of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) among Korean males in a rural area through a cross-sectional, community-based epidemiologic survey and analyzed the correlation with epidemiologic...
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A Computer-based Training Intervention for Work Supervisors to Respond to Intimate Partner Violence

Glass N, Bloom T, Perrin N, Anger WK

  • KMID: 2316990
  • Saf Health Work.
  • 2010 Dec;1(2):167-174.
OBJECTIVES: Intimate partner violence (IPV), commonly known as domestic violence is a problem throughout the world. An estimated 36% to 75% of employed abused woman are monitored, harassed and physically...
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Development of a Community-based Participatory Global Health Project Model for Primary Health Care Capacity Development: A Case Study from a Rural Community in Ecuador

Shin H, Kim E, Yoo B, Lee H

PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to identify successful strategies and propose a community-based participatory global health project model for primary health care capacity development. METHODS: The study used case...
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Difference of Body Compositional Changes According to the Presence of Weight Cycling in a Community-based Weight Control Program

Yoo HJ, Kim BT, Park YW, Park KH, Kim CW, Joo NS

Many obese people who try to control body weight experience weight cycling (WC). The present study evaluated the importance of WC in a community-based obesity intervention program. We analyzed the...
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