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. 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
  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: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmedr.2019.100880
  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: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz105
  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: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2021.07.011
  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: https://doi.org/10.3389/fsufs.2021.704750
  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: https://doi.org/10.3390/nu14010058
  7. 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

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: https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz089
  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: 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

None available.

CHEERS

None available.

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