|Geni Eng, DrPH|
Geni Eng's Biosketch
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1983||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||Health Education|
|1978||University of North Carolina||Health Education|
|1970||University of Wisconsin||Education and French|
|HBHE 710||Community Capacity, Competence, and Power||Syllabus|
|HBHE 740||Health Behavior Practice I||Syllabus|
Geni Eng focuses on the integration of community development and health education interventions in the rural United States and developing countries. Her current research projects apply community-based research principles to the design and evaluation of lay health advisor interventions and look at the influence of sociocultural factors on STD's and early detection of breast cancer. Dr. Eng directs the Community Health Scholars post-doctoral program. She teaches community organization, cross- cultural aspects of health education practices, community diagnosis and health issues relevant to women, ethnic minorities, and developing nations.
|Eng E, Parker EA (2002)|
Natural Helper Models to Enhance a Community's Competence. In R DiClemente, R Crosby, M Kegler (eds).
Emerging Theories and Models in Health Promotion Research & Practice. Jossey-Bass Publisher: San Francisco, CA
|Thomas JC, Eng E, Clark M, Robinson J, Blumenthal C (1999)|
Lay Health Advisors: Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention Through Community Involvement.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.88, p.1252-1253.
|Eng E, Parker E (1994)|
Measuring Community Competence in the Mississippi Delta: The Interface Between Program Evaluation and Empowerment.
Health Education Quarterly: vol.21, p.199-220.
|Eng E (1993)|
The Save Our Sisters Project: A Social Network Strategy for Reaching Rural Black Women.
Cancer: vol.72, p.1071-1077.
|Eng E, Hatch JW (1991)|
Networking Between Black Churches and Agencies: The Lay Health Advisor Model.
Journal of Prevention in Human Services: vol.10, p.123-146.