Recent Research by Gerontology Professor Mingo
According to her departmental profile, Dr. Mingo’s current research “has concentrated on identifying reasons for arthritis health disparities and ways to address those health disparities through community-based healthcare interventions” as well as draw on this research “as a template to address disparities in other conditions (e.g., cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes) through community-based health care interventions.”
Check out Dr. Mingo’s recent publications:
- Brown, C. S., Baker, T. A., Mingo, C. A., et al. (2014). A review of our roots: Blacks in gerontology. Gerontologist, 54(1), 108-116.
- Mingo, C.A., McIlvane, J.M., Luong, M., & Haley, W.E. (2013). Impact of Race and Diagnostic Label on Older Adults’ Emotions, Illness Beliefs, and Willingness to Help a Family Member with Osteoarthritis. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 20(10), 1-16.
- Mingo, C.A., McIlvane, J.M., Jefferson, M., Edwards, L.J., & Haley, W.E. (2013). Preferences for arthritis interventions: identifying similarities and differences among African Americans and Whites with osteoarthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 65, 203-211.
- Gum, A., McDougal, S., McIlvane, J.M., & Mingo, C.A. (2010). Older adults are less likely to identify depression without sadness. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29, 603-621.