Publications

THRIVE

  1. Cardiovascular disease risk factors and health outcomes among American Indians in Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Jernigan, V. B. B., Wetherill, M., Hearod, J., Jacob, T., Salvatore, A. L., Cannady, T., … & Buchwald, D. (2017). Cardiovascular disease risk factors and health outcomes among American Indians in Oklahoma: the THRIVE study. Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities, 4(6), 1061-1068.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s40615-016-0310-4
  2. Food insecurity and chronic diseases among American Indians in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Blue Bird Jernigan, V., Wetherill, M. S., Hearod, J., Jacob, T., Salvatore, A. L., Cannady, T., … & Buchwald, D. (2017). Food insecurity and chronic diseases among American Indians in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study. American Journal of Public Health, 107(3), 441-446.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2016.303605
  3. Using community-based participatory research to develop healthy retail strategies in Native American-owned convenience stores: The THRIVE study.
    • Citation: Jernigan, V. B. B., Williams, M., Wetherill, M., Taniguchi, T., Jacob, T., Cannady, T., … & Salvatore, A. L. (2018). Using community-based participatory research to develop healthy retail strategies in Native American-owned convenience stores: the THRIVE study. Preventive medicine reports, 11, 148-153.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2018.06.012
  4. Food choice considerations among American Indians living in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Williams, M. B., Hartwell, M. L., Salvatore, A. L., Jacob, T., Cannady, T. K., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2018). Food choice considerations among American Indians living in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study. Appetite, 128, 14-20.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.appet.2018.05.019
  5. A nutrition environment measure to assess tribal convenience stores: the THRIVE study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Williams, M. B., Taniguchi, T., Salvatore, A. L., Jacob, T., Cannady, T., … & Blue Bird Jernigan, V. (2020). A nutrition environment measure to assess tribal convenience stores: the THRIVE study. Health promotion practice, 21(3), 410-420.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1524839918800968
  6. A Healthy Retail Intervention in Native American Convenience Stores: The THRIVE Community-Based Participatory Research Study
    • Citation: Bird Jernigan, V. B., Salvatore, A. L., Williams, M., Wetherill, M., Taniguchi, T., Jacob, T., … & Noonan, C. (2019). A healthy retail intervention in Native American convenience stores: the THRIVE community-based participatory research study. American journal of public health, 109(1), 132-139.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.2105/AJPH.2018.304749
  7. Diabetes and Obesity Associated with Poor Food Environments in American Indian Communities: the Tribal Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study
    • Citation: Love, C. V., Taniguchi, T. E., Williams, M. B., Noonan, C. J., Wetherill, M. S., Salvatore, A. L., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). Diabetes and obesity associated with poor food environments in American Indian communities: the Tribal Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study. Current developments in nutrition, 3(Supplement_2), 63-68.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzy099
  8. Process Evaluation Tool Development and Fidelity of Healthy Retail Interventions in American Indian Tribally-Owned Convenience Stores: the THRIVE Study
    • Citation: Taniguchi, T. E., Salvatore, A. L., Williams, M. B., Love, C. V., Noonan, C. J., Cannady, T. K., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Process Evaluation Tool Development and Fidelity of Healthy Retail Interventions in American Indian Tribally Owned Convenience Stores: the Tribal Health Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 33-41.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz073
  9. Impact of a Healthy Retail Intervention on Fruits and Vegetables and Total Sales in Tribally-Owned Convenience Stores: Findings from the THRIVE Study
    • Citation: Williams, M. B., Wang, W., Taniguchi, T., Salvatore, A. L., Groover, W. K., Wetherill, M., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Impact of a Healthy Retail Intervention on Fruits and Vegetables and Total Sales in Tribally Owned Convenience Stores: Findings From the THRIVE Study. Health Promotion Practice, 1524839920953122.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1524839920953122
  10. Perceived Environments and Physical Activity Among American Indian Adults Living in Oklahoma: the THRIVE study
    • Citation: Haslam, A., Taniguchi, T., Love, C., Jacob, T., Cannady, T. K., Standridge, J., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2021). Perceived Environments and Physical Activity Among American Indian Adults Living in Oklahoma: The THRIVE Study. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 15(3), 285-296.
    • Link: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/805936

FRESH

  1. Development and implementation of a hybrid online and in-person food sovereignty and nutrition education curriculum for native American parents: The FRESH study
    • Citation: Haslam, A., Love, C., Taniguchi, T., Williams, M. B., Wetherill, M. S., Sisson, S., … & Jernigan, V.B. (2022). Development and implementation of a hybrid online and in-person food sovereignty and nutrition education curriculum for native American parents: The FRESH study. Health Education & Behavior, 10901981211067168. PMID: 34991400.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1177/10901981211067168
  2. Impact of a Farm-to-School Nutrition and Gardening Intervention for Native American Families from the FRESH Study: A Randomized Wait-List Controlled Trial
    • Citation: Taniguchi, T., Haslam, A., Sun, W., Sisk, M., Hayman, J., & Jernigan, V. B. (2022). Impact of a Farm-to-School Nutrition and Gardening Intervention for Native American Families from the FRESH Study: A Randomized Wait-List Controlled Trial. Nutrients, 14(13), 2601. PMCID: PMC9268191.
    • Link: DOI: 10.3390/nu14132601
  3. Impact of the 2017 Child and Adult Care Food Program Meal Pattern Requirement Change on Menu Quality in Tribal Early Care Environments: The Food Resource Equity and Sustainability for Health Study
    • Citation: Sisson, S. B., Sleet, K., Rickman, R., Love, C., Bledsoe, A., Williams, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Impact of the 2017 child and adult care food program meal pattern requirement change on menu quality in tribal early care environments: the food resource equity and sustainability for health study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 12-22.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz094
  4. The Development of Child and Adult Care Food Program Best-Practice Menu and Training for Native American Head Start Programs: the FRESH Study
    • Citation: Sisson, S. B., Sleet, K., Rickman, R., Love, C., Williams, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). The development of child and adult care food program best-practice menu and training for Native American Head Start programs: the FRESH study. Preventive medicine reports, 14, 100880.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2019.100880
  5. The Impact of Responsive Feeding Practice Training on Teacher Feeding Behaviors in Tribal Early Care and Education: The Food Resource Equity and Sustainability for Health (FRESH) Study
    • Citation: Sleet, K., Sisson, S. B., Dev, D. A., Love, C., Williams, M. B., Hoffman, L. A., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). The impact of responsive feeding practice training on teacher feeding behaviors in tribal early care and education: The food resource equity and sustainability for health (FRESH) study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 23-32.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz105
  6. Development of a Tribally-led Gardening Curriculum for Indigenous Preschool Children: The FRESH Study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Bourque, E. E., Taniguchi, T., Love, C. V., Sisk, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2021). Development of a Tribally-led Gardening Curriculum for Indigenous Preschool Children: The FRESH Study. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2021.07.011
  7. Food Sovereignty Indicators for Indigenous Community Capacity Building and Health
    • Citation: Blue Bird Jernigan, V., Maudrie, T. L., Nikolaus, C. J., Benally, T., Johnson, S., Teague, T., … & Taniguchi, T. (2021). Food Sovereignty Indicators for Indigenous Community Capacity Building and Health. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 307.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2021.704750
  8. Methods for Assessing Willingness to Try and Vegetable Consumption among Children in Indigenous Early Childcare Settings: The FRESH Study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M.S., Williams, M.B., Reese, J., Taniguchi, T., Sisson, S.B., Malek-Lasater, A.D., Love, C.V., & Jernigan, V.B.B. (2022). Methods for Assessing Willingness to Try and Vegetable Consumption among Children in Indigenous Early Childcare Settings: The FRESH Study. Nutrients, 14(1), 58.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14010058
  9. Design and Methods of a Participatory Healthy Eating Intervention for Indigenous Children: The FRESH Study
    • Citation: Blue Bird Jernigan, V., Taniguchi, T., Haslam, A., Williams, M., Maudrie, T. L., Nikolaus, C., … & Sisson, S. (2022). Design and Methods of a Participatory Healthy Eating Intervention for Indigenous Children: the FRESH Study. Frontiers in Public Health, 242.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2022.790008

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CHEERS

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OTHER

  1. Five recommendations for using large scale publicly available data to advance health among American Indian Peoples: The Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study as an illustrative case
    • Citation: White, E.J., Demuth, M.J., Wiglesworth, A., Coser, A.D., Garrett, B.A., Kominsky, T.K., Jernigan, V.B., …& Aupperle, R.L. Five recommendations for using large scale publicly available data to advance health among American Indian Peoples: The Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study as an illustrative case. Neuropsychopharmacology.
    • Link: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41386-022-01498-9
  2. Holding no one back: the Nutrition Equity Framework in theory and in practice
    • Citation: Nisbett, N., Harris, J., Backholer, K., Baker, P., Friel, S. Jernigan, V.B. (2022). Holding no one back: the Nutrition Equity Framework in theory and in practice. Global Food Security, 32, 100605.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2021.100605
  3. The effect of food prescription programs on chronic disease management in primarily low-income populations: A systematic review and meta-analysis
    • Citation: Haslam, A., Gill, J., Taniguchi, T., Love, C., & Jernigan, V. B. (2022). The effect of food prescription programs on chronic disease management in primarily low-income populations: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Nutrition and Health, 02601060211070718. PMID: 35108144.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1177/02601060211070718
  4. Food Insecurity Among American Indian and Alaska Native People: A Scoping Review to Inform Future Research and Policy Needs
    • Citation: Nikolaus, C. J., Johnson, S., Benally, T., Maudrie, T., Henderson, A., Nelson, K., … Jernigan, V.B., & Sinclair, K. (2022). Food Insecurity Among American Indian and Alaska Native People: A Scoping Review to Inform Future Research and Policy Needs. Advances in Nutrition, 13(5), 1566-1585. PMID: 35092417.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/advances/nmac008
  5. Impacts of COVID-19 on a Food Security Study with the Baltimore Native Community
    • Citation: Maudrie, T.L., Nguyen, C.J., Jernigan, V.B., Richardson, D., Hawk-Lessard, K., Gittelsohn, J., & O’Keefe, V.M.O. (2022). Impacts of COVID-19 on a Food Security Study with the Baltimore Native Community. American Indian Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 29(2), 8-31. PMCID: PMC9351982.
    • Link: DOI: 10.5820/aian.2902.2022.8
  6. Equity and expertise in the UN Food Systems Summit
    • Citation: Nisbett N., Friel S., Aryeetey R., Gomes, F., Harris, J., Backholer, K., Jernigan, V.B., Phulkerd, S. (2021). Equity and expertise in the UN Food Systems Summit. BMJ Global Health, 6(7), e006569. PMCID: PMC8258590.
    • Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjgh-2021-006569
  7. Ending food insecurity in Native communities means restoring land rights, handing back control
  8. “Making sense of a disease that makes no sense”: Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders among caregivers and providers within Alaska Native communities
    • Citation: Lewis, J.P., Noonan, C., Jernigan, V.B., & Manson, S. (2021). “Making sense of a disease that makes no sense”: Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders among caregivers and providers within Alaska Native communities. The Gerontologist, 61(3), 363-373. PMID: 32789474.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1093/geront/gnaa102
  9. Associations of binge drinking with vascular brain injury and atrophy in older American Indians: The Strong Heart Study
    • Citation: Lewis, J.P., Noonan, C., Jernigan, V.B., & Manson, S. (2021). Associations of binge drinking with vascular brain injury and atrophy in older American Indians: The Strong Heart Study. Journal of Aging and Health, 33(7-8_suppl), 51S-59S. PMCID: PMC8845484.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1177/08982643211013696
  10. Prevention research with indigenous communities to expedite dissemination and implementation efforts
    • Citation: Jernigan, V.B., D’Amico, E., Kaholokula, J. (2020). Prevention research with indigenous communities to expedite dissemination and implementation efforts. Prevention Science, 21(1), 74-82. PMCID: PMC6447467.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1007/s11121-018-0951-0
  11. Multilevel and community-level interventions with Native Americans: Challenges and opportunities
    • Citation: Jernigan, V.B., D’Amico, E., Duran, B., Buchwald, D. (2020). Multilevel and community-level interventions with Native Americans: Challenges and opportunities. Prevention Science, 21(1), 65-73. PMCID: PMC6275139.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1007/s11121-018-0916-3
  12. Building capacity for productive indigenous community-university partnerships
    • Citation: Gittelsohn, J., Belcourt, A., Magarati, M., Booth-LaForce, C., Duran, B., Mishra, S.I., Belone, L., Jernigan, V.B. (2020). Building capacity for productive indigenous community-university partnerships. Prevention Science, 21(1), 22-32. PMCID: PMC6447474.
    • Link: DOI: 10.1007/s11121-018-0949-7
  13. Sex Differences in Diabetes Prevention, Comorbidities, and Health Care Utilization among American Indians Living in the Northern Plains
    • Citation: Huyser, K. R., Rockell, J., Jernigan, V. B. B., Taniguchi, T., Wilson, C., Manson, S. M., & O’Connell, J. (2020). Sex Differences in Diabetes Prevalence, Comorbidities, and Health Care Utilization among American Indians Living in the Northern Plains. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 42-48.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz089
  14. Community-Based Participatory Intervention Research with American Indian Communities: What is the State of the Science?
    • Citation: Hearod, J. B., Wetherill, M. S., Salvatore, A. L., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). Community-Based Participatory Intervention Research with American Indian Communities: What is the State of the Science?. Current developments in nutrition, 3(Supplement_2), 39-52.
    • Link: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz008

THRIVE

 
  1. Cardiovascular disease risk factors and health outcomes among American Indians in Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Jernigan, V. B. B., Wetherill, M., Hearod, J., Jacob, T., Salvatore, A. L., Cannady, T., … & Buchwald, D. (2017). Cardiovascular disease risk factors and health outcomes among American Indians in Oklahoma: the THRIVE study. Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities, 4(6), 1061-1068.
    • Link
  2. Food insecurity and chronic diseases among American Indians in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Blue Bird Jernigan, V., Wetherill, M. S., Hearod, J., Jacob, T., Salvatore, A. L., Cannady, T., … & Buchwald, D. (2017). Food insecurity and chronic diseases among American Indians in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study. American Journal of Public Health, 107(3), 441-446.
    • Link
  3. Using community-based participatory research to develop healthy retail strategies in Native American-owned convenience stores: The THRIVE study.
    • Citation: Jernigan, V. B. B., Williams, M., Wetherill, M., Taniguchi, T., Jacob, T., Cannady, T., … & Salvatore, A. L. (2018). Using community-based participatory research to develop healthy retail strategies in Native American-owned convenience stores: the THRIVE study. Preventive medicine reports, 11, 148-153.
    • Link
  4. Food choice considerations among American Indians living in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Williams, M. B., Hartwell, M. L., Salvatore, A. L., Jacob, T., Cannady, T. K., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2018). Food choice considerations among American Indians living in rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE study. Appetite, 128, 14-20.
    • Link
  5. A nutrition environment measure to assess tribal convenience stores: the THRIVE study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Williams, M. B., Taniguchi, T., Salvatore, A. L., Jacob, T., Cannady, T., … & Blue Bird Jernigan, V. (2020). A nutrition environment measure to assess tribal convenience stores: the THRIVE study. Health promotion practice, 21(3), 410-420.
    • Link
  6. A Healthy Retail Intervention in Native American Convenience Stores: The THRIVE Community-Based Participatory Research Study
    • Citation: Bird Jernigan, V. B., Salvatore, A. L., Williams, M., Wetherill, M., Taniguchi, T., Jacob, T., … & Noonan, C. (2019). A healthy retail intervention in Native American convenience stores: the THRIVE community-based participatory research study. American journal of public health, 109(1), 132-139.
    • Link
  7. Diabetes and Obesity Associated with Poor Food Environments in American Indian Communities: the Tribal Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study
    • Citation: Love, C. V., Taniguchi, T. E., Williams, M. B., Noonan, C. J., Wetherill, M. S., Salvatore, A. L., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). Diabetes and obesity associated with poor food environments in American Indian communities: the Tribal Health and Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study. Current developments in nutrition, 3(Supplement_2), 63-68.
    • Link
  8. Process Evaluation Tool Development and Fidelity of Healthy Retail Interventions in American Indian Tribally-Owned Convenience Stores: the THRIVE Study
    • Citation: Taniguchi, T. E., Salvatore, A. L., Williams, M. B., Love, C. V., Noonan, C. J., Cannady, T. K., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Process Evaluation Tool Development and Fidelity of Healthy Retail Interventions in American Indian Tribally Owned Convenience Stores: the Tribal Health Resilience in Vulnerable Environments (THRIVE) Study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 33-41.
    • Link
  9. Impact of a Healthy Retail Intervention on Fruits and Vegetables and Total Sales in Tribally-Owned Convenience Stores: Findings from the THRIVE Study
    • Citation: Williams, M. B., Wang, W., Taniguchi, T., Salvatore, A. L., Groover, W. K., Wetherill, M., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Impact of a Healthy Retail Intervention on Fruits and Vegetables and Total Sales in Tribally Owned Convenience Stores: Findings From the THRIVE Study. Health Promotion Practice, 1524839920953122.
    • Link
  10. Perceived Environments and Physical Activity Among American Indian Adults Living in Oklahoma: the THRIVE study
    • Citation: Haslam, A., Taniguchi, T., Love, C., Jacob, T., Cannady, T. K., Standridge, J., … & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2021). Perceived Environments and Physical Activity Among American Indian Adults Living in Oklahoma: The THRIVE Study. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 15(3), 285-296.
    • Link

FRESH

  1. Impact of the 2017 Child and Adult Care Food Program Meal Pattern Requirement Change on Menu Quality in Tribal Early Care Environments: The Food Resource Equity and Sustainability for Health Study
    • Citation: Sisson, S. B., Sleet, K., Rickman, R., Love, C., Bledsoe, A., Williams, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). Impact of the 2017 child and adult care food program meal pattern requirement change on menu quality in tribal early care environments: the food resource equity and sustainability for health study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 12-22.
    • Link
  2. The Development of Child and Adult Care Food Program Best-Practice Menu and Training for Native American Head Start Programs: the FRESH Study
    • Citation: Sisson, S. B., Sleet, K., Rickman, R., Love, C., Williams, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). The development of child and adult care food program best-practice menu and training for Native American Head Start programs: the FRESH study. Preventive medicine reports, 14, 100880.
    • Link
  3. The Impact of Responsive Feeding Practice Training on Teacher Feeding Behaviors in Tribal Early Care and Education: The Food Resource Equity and Sustainability for Health (FRESH) Study
    • Citation: Sleet, K., Sisson, S. B., Dev, D. A., Love, C., Williams, M. B., Hoffman, L. A., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2020). The impact of responsive feeding practice training on teacher feeding behaviors in tribal early care and education: The food resource equity and sustainability for health (FRESH) study. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 23-32.
    • Link
  4. Development of a Tribally-led Gardening Curriculum for Indigenous Preschool Children: The FRESH Study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M. S., Bourque, E. E., Taniguchi, T., Love, C. V., Sisk, M., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2021). Development of a Tribally-led Gardening Curriculum for Indigenous Preschool Children: The FRESH Study. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
    • Link
  5. Food Sovereignty Indicators for Indigenous Community Capacity Building and Health
    • Citation: Blue Bird Jernigan, V., Maudrie, T. L., Nikolaus, C. J., Benally, T., Johnson, S., Teague, T., … & Taniguchi, T. (2021). Food Sovereignty Indicators for Indigenous Community Capacity Building and Health. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, 307.
    • Link
  6. Methods for Assessing Willingness to Try and Vegetable Consumption among Children in Indigenous Early Childcare Settings: The FRESH Study
    • Citation: Wetherill, M.S., Williams, M.B., Reese, J., Taniguchi, T., Sisson, S.B., Malek-Lasater, A.D., Love, C.V., & Jernigan, V.B.B. (2022). Methods for Assessing Willingness to Try and Vegetable Consumption among Children in Indigenous Early Childcare Settings: The FRESH Study. Nutrients, 14(1), 58.
    • Link

NOSH

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CHEERS

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OTHER

  1. Sex Differences in Diabetes Prevention, Comorbidities, and Health Care Utilization among American Indians Living in the Northern Plains
    • Citation: Huyser, K. R., Rockell, J., Jernigan, V. B. B., Taniguchi, T., Wilson, C., Manson, S. M., & O’Connell, J. (2020). Sex Differences in Diabetes Prevalence, Comorbidities, and Health Care Utilization among American Indians Living in the Northern Plains. Current developments in nutrition, 4(Supplement_1), 42-48.
    • Link
  2. Community-Based Participatory Intervention Research with American Indian Communities: What is the State of the Science?
    • Citation: Hearod, J. B., Wetherill, M. S., Salvatore, A. L., & Jernigan, V. B. B. (2019). Community-Based Participatory Intervention Research with American Indian Communities: What is the State of the Science?. Current developments in nutrition, 3(Supplement_2), 39-52.
    • Link