Public health, Health equity, Health care, Ethnic group and Acculturation are her primary areas of study. Her Public health study incorporates themes from Data collection, Family medicine and Environmental health. Her Health care research includes themes of Nursing, Mental health, Cultural competence and Occupational safety and health.
Her Cultural competence research integrates issues from Health services research and Environmental exposure. Her Ethnic group research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gerontology, Gender studies, Race, Diversity and General partnership. She interconnects Mexican origin, Gestational age, Psychosocial and Social determinants of health, Race and health in the investigation of issues within Acculturation.
Ruth E. Zambrana spends much of her time researching Gerontology, Ethnic group, Health care, Public health and Demography. She works mostly in the field of Gerontology, limiting it down to concerns involving Psychological intervention and, occasionally, Obesity. Her Ethnic group study also includes
Her study in Health care is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nursing, Occupational safety and health, Public relations and Family medicine. Her Public health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Economic growth, Cancer screening, Acculturation and Data collection. While the research belongs to areas of Health equity, Ruth E. Zambrana spends her time largely on the problem of Environmental health, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Socioeconomic status.
Her primary areas of investigation include Gender studies, Educational attainment, Mexican americans, Higher education and Developmental psychology. Her work on Intersectionality as part of general Gender studies research is frequently linked to Twenty-First Century and Context, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her research in Educational attainment intersects with topics in Demography, Maternal education and Odds.
The Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Ethnology and Decolonization. In general Economic growth, her work in Public policy is often linked to Higher education policy linking many areas of study. Her work in Underrepresented Minority addresses subjects such as Social support, which are connected to disciplines such as Health care.
Underrepresented Minority, Mexican americans, Higher education, Ethnic group and Social psychology are her primary areas of study. Her studies in Underrepresented Minority integrate themes in fields like Racism, Criminology and Race. Her Mexican americans study combines topics in areas such as Demography, Maternal education, Odds and Educational attainment.
By researching both Higher education and Qualitative property, Ruth E. Zambrana produces research that crosses academic boundaries. She undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Ethnic group and Perception in her work.
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The health of Latino children: urgent priorities, unanswered questions, and a research agenda.
Glenn Flores;Elena Fuentes-Afflick;Oxiris Barbot;Olivia Carter-Pokras.
Prenatal health behaviors and psychosocial risk factors in pregnant women of Mexican origin: the role of acculturation.
R. E. Zambrana;S. C. M. Scrimshaw;N. Collins;C. Dunkel-Schetter.
American Journal of Public Health (1997)
“Don’t Leave Us Behind” The Importance of Mentoring for Underrepresented Minority Faculty
Ruth Enid Zambrana;Rashawn Ray;Michelle M. Espino;Corinne Castro.
American Educational Research Journal (2015)
Emerging Intersections: Race, Class, and Gender in Theory, Policy, and Practice
Bonnie Thornton Dill;Ruth Enid Zambrana.
Use of cancer screening practices by Hispanic women: analyses by subgroup.
Ruth E. Zambrana;Nancy Breen;Sarah A. Fox;Mary Lou Gutierrez-Mohamed.
Preventive Medicine (1999)
Understanding Latino families : scholarship, policy and practice
Ruth E. Zambrana.
Providing health care to low-income women: a matter of trust
Vanessa B Sheppard;Ruth E Zambrana;Ann S O'Malley.
Family Practice (2004)
Health Issues in the Latino Community
Marilyn Aguirre-Molina;Carlos W. Molina;Ruth Enid Zambrana.
Role of acculturation research in advancing science and practice in reducing health care disparities among Latinos.
Ruth Enid Zambrana;Olivia Carter-Pokras.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
Latina Students: Translating Cultural Wealth into Social Capital to Improve Academic Success.
Ruth Enid Zambrana;Irene M. Zoppi.
Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work (2002)
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