Meredith Gringle

  • Public Health Education, UNCG

There are 5 included publications by Meredith Gringle :

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Organizational Culture and University Responses to Parenting Students: A Case Study 2016 474 This case study examines implications of a university's culture on advocating for supportive policies and programs for parenting students. Four themes illuminated several key tensions within the institution that affected support for parenting student...
The performances are politicized: a poetic hermeneutical phenomenology examining mothering and self-care 2016 124 Due in large part to paradigms and standards established by intensive mothering ideology, maternal self-care is under-explored. Using a gender performance framework, I developed an analysis of secondary data, which included 26 total participants. I d...
The role of bias in knowledge translation: Lessons learned from a dissemination of best practices in maternal opioid use 2020 4 Introduction: Increases in opioid use during pregnancy fueled concerns among reproductive health advocates, policy makers, and providers in North Carolina, United States. A stakeholder group designed a set of knowledge translation (KT) interventions ...
Social stigma and perinatal substance use services: Recognizing the power of the good mother ideal 2020 88 People who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder can experience stigmatizing interactions with health and social service providers, which may decrease both quality and continuity of care. For women with a substance-exposed pregnancy (SEP), this...
YouTube: An International Platform for Sharing Methods of Cheating 2011 1797 This study investigated the video sharing website www.youtube.com for the presence of instructional videos that teach students how to cheat on academic work. Videos were analyzed to determine the methods of cheating, the popularity of the videos, th...