Improving heart health among Black/African American women using civic engagement: a pilot study.

Brown, Alison G.
Hudson, Linda B.
Chui, Kenneth.
Metayer, Nesly.
Lebron-Torres, Namibia.
Seguin, Rebecca A.
Folta, Sara C.
2017

Background: Despite increased risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and related conditions, evaluations of health interventions indicate that Black/African American women are less likely to benefit than their white counterparts and are not as likely to engage in behaviors that reduce CVD risk. The purpose of this study was to test the feasibility and effectiveness of civic engagement as an interve... read more

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Brown, Alison, Linda B. Hudson, Kenneth Chui, Nesly Metayer, Namibia Lebron-Torres, Rebecca A. Seguin, and Sara C. Folta. "Improving heart health among Black/African American women using civic engagement: a pilot study." BMC Public Health 17, no. 1 (12, 2017): 1-13.
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