Scholarly Journals--Published

  • Wood,  C.I., Yu, Z.,  Sealy, D.,  Moss, I.,  Zigbuo-Wenzler, E.,  McFadden, C.,  Landi D., & Brace, M.A. (2022) Mental health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on college students, Journal of American College Health, DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2022.2040515 Sealy, D., Modeste, N., Dyette, P. (2020). Barriers and facilitators to the HPV vaccine  conducted in Trinidad and Tobago: A qualitative study. Women and Health, DOI: 10.1080/03630242.2020.1856295 Zorrilla, M.M., Modeste, N., Gleason, P.C. Sealy, D., Banta, J.E., & Trieu  S.L. (2019).      Assessing depression-related mental health literacy among young adults.  Californian Journal of Public Health.  17(1). 71-83. Zorrilla, M.M., Modeste, N., Gleason, P.C.,  Sealy, D., Banta, J.E., &  Trieu  S.L. (2019). Depression and Help-Seeking Intention Among Young Adults: The Theory of  Planned Behavior. American Journal of Health  Education, DOI: 10.1080/19325037.2019.161601 Grote, S.  Modeste NN, Sealy D, Dehom, S, Tarleton HP. (2017)Fall Related   comorbidity and health beliefs among cancer survivors participating in a   community-based exercise intervention.  Am. J. Health Behav.  41(5): 630-641. Manda- Taylor, L. Sealy, D. Roberts, J. (2017). Factors associated with delayed antenatal care attendance in Malawi; Results from a qualitative study. Medical Journal of Zambia. 44 (1): 17-25.   N., Modeste., Sealy, D., Dyett, P. (2016). Understanding HPV vaccine receipt among women and adolescents in Trinidad and Tobago.  West Indies Medical Journal. (doi: 10.7727/wimj.2015.599 Roberts, J., Hopp Marshak, H., Sealy, D., Manda-Taylor, L., Mataya, R. and Gleason, P. (2016). The Role of Cultural Beliefs in Accessing Antenatal care in Malawi: A Qualitative Study. Public Health Nursing. doi: 10.1111/phn.12242  Henley, A., Sealy, D., Hopp, J & Brown G. (2016). Ethnic identity and physical activity among African, African American and Black female college students.  Int J of Health Sci and Research 6(2), 286-284.  Roberts, J., Sealy, D., Marshak, H. H., Manda-Taylor, L., Gleason, P., & Mataya, R. (2015). The patient-provider relationship and antenatal care uptake at two  referral hospitals in Malawi: A qualitative study. Malawi Medical Journal27(4), 145-150. Rimando, M., Brace, A., Namageyo-Funa, A., Parr, T. L., Sealy, D.-A., Davis, T. L..Christiana, R. W. (2015). Data collection challenges and recommendations for early career researchers. The Qualitative Report, 20(12), 2025-2036. Brace, A, Finkelstein, B, Sealy D. (2015) Evaluating the effectiveness of creating digital stories in a college classroom to promote a healthy food systems.  Food Studies an Interdisciplinary Journal 6 (1)  Miller, A.M., Ashing, K.T., Modeste, N.N., Herring, P. & Sealy, D.  (2015) Journal of      Cancer  Survivorship. Contextual factors influencing health related quality of life in African American and Latina breast cancer survivors.   DOI 10.1007/s11764-014-0420-0 Namageyo-Funa, A., Rimando, M., Brace, A. M., Christiana, R. W., Fowles, T. L., Davis, T. L., Martinez, L. M., & Sealy, D. (2014). Recruitment in qualitative public health research: Lessons learned during dissertation sample recruitment. The Qualitative Report, 19(How To Article 1), 1-17. Retrieved from Hou S., Sealy, D., Kabiru, C.W. (2011). Closing the disparity gap: Cancer screening      interventions among Asians:  A systematic literature review.  Asian Pac J Cancer Prev, 12(11), 3133-9. (10/2021)