Vincent T. Francisco

Dr. Vincent T. Francisco is Associate Professor with the Department of Public Health Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Dr. Francisco is primarily interested in research in community development, especially that which enhances community integration and support, and work toward empowerment of marginalized groups. He is interested in the provision of technical support for the development of coalitions, the research and evaluation of community-based intervention programs focusing on adolescent development, reduction of risk for teen substance abuse, assaultive violence, teen parenthood, and chronic/cardiovascular diseases. In his current position, Dr. Francisco works with members of ethnic minority communities and the general population to prevent a variety of problems in living. Dr. Francisco has experience providing technical assistance and support for universal and targeted initiatives in communities including native Hawaiian and Asian American communiti

There are 2 included publications by Vincent T. Francisco :

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Muslims and mental health concerns: A social ecological model perspective 2019 149 Muslims in the United States experience many psychosocial issues and underutilize mental health services. This study sought to systematically identify the common issues and strengths of the Muslims affiliated with a college in the Southeast region of...
Partnership Selection and Formation: A Case Study of Developing Adolescent Health Community-Researcher Partnerships in 15 U.S. Communities 2007 1283 Purpose- This study describes the partner selection process in 15 U.S. communities developing community-researcher partnerships for the Connect to Protect® (C2P): Partnerships for Youth Prevention Interventions, an initiative of the Adolescent Trials...