Eun-Ok Im, PhD, MPH, RN, CNS, FAAN
CPHI Senior Fellow
Title: Mary T. Champagne Professor of Nursing, Duke University School of Nursing
Public Health Interests:
Women's health, midlife women, ethnic disparity, physical activity, breast cancer, menopausal symptoms
Current Public-Health Related Activities:
My educational background is directly linked to public health, especially ethnic minority women's health. Probably because of my educational background, my research including a current R01 study on midlife women's attitudes toward physical activity has been directly linked to public health. Also, I have been a member of national and international organizations related to public health including APHA and a member of the NIH study sections related to pubic health (especially health disparities).
Im, E. O., Ko, Y., Hwang, H., Yoo, K., Chee, W., Stuifbergen, A., Walker, L., Brown, A., McPeek, C., & Chee, E. (2011). "Physical Activity As a Luxury": African American Midlife Women's Attitudes toward Physical Activity. Western Journal of Nursing Research. Epub ahead of print.
Im, E. O., Lee, S. H., & Chee, W. (2011). "Be conditioned, but empowered": Asian American midlife women in menopausal transition. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 22(3) 290–299.
Im, E. O., Lee, B. I., Hwang, H., Yoo, K., Chee, W., Stuifbergen, A., Walker, L., Brown, A., McPeek, C., Miro, M., & Chee, E. (2010). "A Waste of Time": Hispanic Women's Attitudes toward Physical Activity. Women and Health, 50, 563-579.
Im, E. O., Lim, H. J., Lee, S. H., Dormire, S., Chee, W., & Kresta, K. (2009). Menopausal Symptom Experience of Hispanic Midlife Women in the U.S. Health Care for Women International, 30(10), 919-934.