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.