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  1. Association of Diabetes and Prediabetes Risk Perception with Leisure-time Physical Activity and Weight Loss by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2018)
  2. Development of a Wellness Trust to Improve Population Health: A Case-Study of a United States Urban Center by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2018)
  3. Foreign- Born Blacks Experience Lower Risk of Obesity but Higher Risk of Type 2 Diabetes than US-Born Blacks in NYC by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2018)
  4. Is there a relationship between accelerometer- assessed physical activity and sedentary behavior and cognitive function in U.S. Hispanic/Latino adults? The Hispanic Community Health Study/Study of Latinos (HCHS/SOL) by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2017)
  5. Social and clinically-relevant cardiovascular risk factors in Asian Americans: NHANES 2011-2014 by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2017)
  6. Parks as social and cultural spaces among U.S.-born and foreign-born Latinas by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2017)
  7. Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Associations of Neighborhood Social Environment and Smoking Behavior: the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2017)
  8. Differences in neighborhood social cohesion and aerobic physical activity by Latino subgroup by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2019)
  9. The joint contribution of neighborhood poverty and social integration on mortality risk in the United States by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2016)
  10. Debunking paradoxes: integrating complexity in CVD research among Latinos. Editorial to ‘County-level Hispanic Ethnicity Density and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality’ by Echeverría, Sandra E. (2018)

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Exploring counselors’ use of research in practice: a CQR study

Umstead, Lindsey
Counseling and Educational Development
UNCG

Research is a fundamental part of the counseling field that both informs practice and enhances and unifies the profession (Kaplan & Gladding, 2011; Kaplan, Tardyvas, & Gladding, 2014; Steele & Rawls, ... View More