Jennifer Toller Erausquin (2005-06)
Title of Dissertation: “HIV Knowledge and Behaviors Among Women In the Dominican Republic and Haiti: A Multilevel Study of the Importance of Individual, Relationship, and Community Characteristics”
Link to Dissertation
Research Interests: Social determinants of health; gender, poverty, and health; Latino/a health; structural and community-level interventions.
Erausquin JT, E Essick, and PH Hildebrand. 2013. “Sexual behaviors and substance use behaviors among North Carolina’s high school students: Implications for health care providers wanting to reach teens at risk.” North Carolina Medical Journal, 74(1): 72-76.
Reed E, JG Silverman, B Stein, JT Erausquin, M Biradavolu, A Rosenberg, and KM Blankenship. 2013. “Motherhood and HIV risk among female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, India: The need to consider women’s life contexts.” AIDS & Behavior, 17(2): 543-550.
Erausquin JT, MR Biradavolu, E Reed, R Burroway, and KM Blankenship. 2012. “Trends in condom use among female sex workers: Impact of a community mobilization intervention.” Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 66: ii49-ii54.
Slusser W, JT Erausquin, M Prelip, H Fischer, W Cumberland, and C Neumann. 2012. “Nutrition knowledge and behaviors of low-income Latino parents: Associations with nutrition-related parenting practices.” Early Child Development and Care, 182(8): 1041-1055.
Kinsler J, W Slusser, JT Erausquin, C Thai, and& M Prelip. 2012. “Nutrition knowledge, attitudes, and teaching self-efficacy among classroom teachers from a large urban school district in Los Angeles County.” Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 10(1): 119-126.
Thai C, M Prelip, JT Erausquin, and W Slusser. 2012. “Lessons learned from the development and implementation of a parent nutrition education program with low-income Latina mothers in an urban school district setting.” American Journal of Health Education, 43(4): 235-242.
Prelip M, J Kinsler, C Thai, JT Erausquin, and W Slusser. 2012. “Evaluation of a school-based multi-component education program to improve young children’s fruit and vegetable consumption.” Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 44(4): 310-318.
Erausquin JT, E Reed, and KM Blankenship. 2011. Police-related experiences and HIV risk among female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, India.” Journal of Infectious Diseases, Suppl 5: S1223-S1228.
Erausquin JT. 2011. “Gender Role.” In: M Gellman and JR Turner, eds. Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine. New York, Springer. DOI 10.1007/978-1-4419-1005-9
Prelip M, W Slusser, C Thai, J Kinsler, JT Erausquin. 2011. “The effects of a school-based nutrition program diffused throughout a large urban community on attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors related to fruit and vegetable consumption.” Journal of School Health, 81(9): 520-529.
Prelip M, C Thai, JT Erausquin, and W Slusser. 2011. “Improving low-income parents’ fruit and vegetable intake and their potential to impact children’s nutrition.” Health Education, 111(5): 391-411.
Slusser W, M Prelip J, Kinsler, JT Erausquin, C Thai, and C Neumann. 2011. “Challenges to parent nutrition education: A qualitative study of parents of urban children attending low-income schools.” Public Health Nutrition, 14(10): 1833-1841.
Siegel J, M Prelip, JT Erausquin, and SA Kim. 2010. “A worksite obesity intervention: Results from a group-randomized trial.” American Journal of Public Health, 100(2): 327-333.
Erausquin JT, N Duan, O Grusky, AN Swanson, D Kerrone, E Rudy, and T Horton. 2009. “Increasing the reach of HIV testing to young Latino MSM: Results of a pilot study integrating outreach and services.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(3): 756-765.
Prelip M, JT Erausquin, W Slusser, S Vecchiarelli, H Weightman, L Lange, and C Neumann. 2006. “The role of classroom teachers in nutrition and physical education.” Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 4(3): 116-127.