Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Alley AB, Park E, Lee JK, Kang M, Oh J. Republic of Korea’s Health Aid Governance: Perspectives from Partner Countries. Journal of Korean medical science. 2015; 30 Suppl 2:S149-54. PMCID: PMC4659868
2. Amato K, Park E, Nigg CR. Prioritizing multiple health behavior change research topics: expert opinions in behavior change science. Translational behavioral medicine. 2016; 6:220-7. PMCID: PMC4927446
Non-Peer Reviewed Publications
1.WagmanJA, Park E, Siebert S, Paul E, Elie JP.(2018) Jacmel, Haiti Case Study: Learning from SASA! Adaptations in a Caribbean setting. Published by Center on Gender Equity and Health at University of California San Diego, Beyond Borders, and Raising Voices, Kampala, Uganda
2. Park E, Bonnevie E, Nabulizi MB, MushiJ, Ntinda M, Nakuti J, Karungi E, Michau L, Namy S, Ghebrebrhan N, Wagman JA.(2018) Tanzania Case Study: Learning from SASA! Adaptations in a rural setting. Published by Center on Gender Equity and Health at Universityof California San Diego, and Women’s Promotion Center, Raising Voices, Kampala, Uganda.
Publications under Review and in Preparation
1. Park E, Stokman K, Falvey E, Thrift B, Nicole A, Smith L. How socio-economic disparities impact women’s sustained engagement in HIV care in Urban Southern California: A Qualitative Analysis
Peer-Reviewed Abstracts and Presentations at Scholarly Meetings
1. Park E, Okihiro M. Assessing childhood obesity: Utilizing the “Electronic Health and Wellness Survey” during well-child visits at a community health center in rural Hawaii. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting & Exposition [Poster Presentation] San Francisco, CA, October 27-31, 2012
2. Nicole A, Stockman J, Falvey E, Park E, Thrift B, Smith L. Beyond HIV: A qualitative exploration of factors impacting women’s engagement in HIV treatment. The San Diego Center for AIDS Research Annual HIV Research Day [Oral Presentation] San Diego, CA, December 6, 2017
3. Park E, Bonnevie E, Nabu MB, Mushi J, Ntinda M, Michau L, Namy S, Ghebrebrhan N, Wagman J. Adapting SASA! to prevent violence in rural Tanzania: Lessons learned form a mixed methods case study. RTI Ending Gender Inequalities Conference [Poster Presentation] Johannesburg, South Africa. October 8-9, 2018.
4. Thrift B, Siebert S, Park E, Bonnevie E,Paul E, Elie JP, Michau L, Ghebrebrhan N, Namy S, Wagman J. “Haitianizing”SASA! to reduce violence against women and girls and HIV risk in a Caribbeancommunity: A qualitative study from Jacmél, Haiti. RTI Ending GenderInequalities Conference [Poster Presentation] Johannesburg, South Africa.October 8-9, 2018.