Completed Studies

SIRC Community Engagement & Outreach Core Training

To extend the reach of advocacy training to a broader community audience, SIRC now offers web-based training materials. The Citizen and Community Advocacy training enables community health leaders to translate health research findings into policy change and enhancements in community well-being. Here we provide tools and support community health leaders for citizen and voter engagement and public policy advocacy.

A Parent-Child Approach to Substance Abuse Prevention for Mexican American Youth

Principal Investigator: Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2012-2017)

SIRC Community Engagement & Outreach Core Demonstration Project

Principal Investigator: Crista Johnson-Agbakwu

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2012-2017)

Every Little Step Counts: Efficacy Trial

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2012-2017)

Urban American Indian Youth Substance Use: Ecodevelopmental Influences

Principal Investigator: Stephen S. Kulis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2012-2017)

SIRC Community Engagement & Outreach Core Demonstration Project

Principal Investigator: Olga I. Davis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2012-2017)

Using CBPR to Adapt a Culturally-grounded Prevention Curriculum for Urban American Indian Parents

Principal Investigator: Stephen S. Kulis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, R01 award MD006110 NIMHD (2012-2017)

Acculturation and Health of Mexican-American and Chinese-American Youth (Pilot Study)

Longitudinal Pathways Linking Acculturation and Family Factors to Risky Sexual Behavior, Substance Use and Depressive Symptoms among Mexican-American and Chinese-American Youth

Principal Investigators: Angela Chen and Mary Gillmore

 

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2007-2009)

Culturally-Specific Substance Abuse Prevention for Urban American Indian Youth

Principal Investigators: Eddie F. Brown and Stephen S. Kulis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2007-2012)

A Supplemental Parent Education Intervention to Enhance the Efficacy of keepin’ it REAL

Principal Investigators: Felipe G. Castro and Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2007-2012)

Principal Investigator: Kim Arcoleo

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2009-2012)

Community-Based Participatory Research to Improve Health and Quality of Life of Latino Youth

Principal Investigators: Gabriel Q. Shaibi

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2009-2012)

Principal Investigator: Olga I. Davis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2007-2012)

A Secondary Analysis of Project SHARP Data 

Principal Investigator: Alyssa Robillard

Funding: National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities, center grant award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2009-2010)

Principal Investigator: Crista Johnson- Agbakwu

Funding: Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center, Pilot Incubator Grant (2008-2009)

Principal Investigator: Crista Johnson-Agbakwu

A Culturally Grounded Approach to Improve the Interconception Care of Latina Mothers 

Principal Investigators: Flavio F. Marsiglia & Dean Coonrod

Funding: Hispanic Health Services Grant Program/ Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, award 1H0CMS03207 (2007-2009)

Principal Investigators: Paul Smolkowski & Flavio F. Marsiglia

Funding: Centers for Disease Control, National Injury Prevention Center, awards R49/CCR42172 & 1K01CE000496 (2004-2007)

Drug Resistance Strategies IV

Principal Investigator: Flavio Marsiglia (Arizona component)

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse, award R01 DA005629 (2003-2008)

Drug Resistance Strategies: The Next Generation 

Principal Investigators: Flavio Marsiglia & Stephen Kulis

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse, award R01 DA14825 (2001-2003)

Drug Resistance Strategies III

Principal Investigator: Flavio Marsiglia (Arizona component)

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse, award R01 DA14825 (1997-2001)

Principal Investigator: Jose Ashford

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse, award R24 DA13937 (2002-2007)

Principal Investigators: Craig LeCroy

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Drug Abuse, award R24 DA13937 (2002-2007)

Principal Investigator: Felipe G. Castro

Funding: National Institutes of Health/ National Institute on Minority Health & Health Disparities, award P20 MD002316 NIMHD (2002-2007)

This study examined acculturation, drug use and risk of HIV/AIDS infection in an ethnically diverse sample of men and a subsample of their children from a metropolitan community in the Southwest, recruited from a drug screening and treatment center. There were 258 males: 140 Latino, 85 non-Hispanic, and 33 of other ethnic backgrounds.