Eun-Ok Im and Wonshik Chee recently published an article entitled "Associations of Immigration Transition to Cardiovascular Symptoms Experienced in Menopausal Transition" in Family & Community Health.
Wonshik Chee and Eun-Ok Im recently published an article entitled "The Influence of Social Structure on Cancer Pain and Quality of Life" in the Western Journal of Nursing Research. Co-author, Ok-Kyung Ham, is an expert from Inha University in South Korea.
Eun-Ok Im, Wonshik Chee and their research team delivered four presentations at the American Public Health Association 2017 annual conference in Atlanta, GA. Their research team includes postdoctoral associate Sangmi Kim and others from the TICAA research team.
Eun-Ok Im and Wonshik Chee recently published an article entitled "Midlife women's cardiovascular symptoms: A cluster analysis" in Health Care for Women International. Co-authors include experts from Gachon University and The Bendheim Center for Integrative Medicine.
Eun-Ok Im, Wonshik Chee and members of Im's research team recently published an article entitled "The use of multiple languages in a technology-based intervention study: A discussion paper" in Applied Nursing Research. Co-authors include experts from Duke University School of Nursing, Korea National Open University and Tsukuba University.
Eun-Ok Im and Wonshik Chee recently published an article entitled "Clusters of midwife women identified by cogntive symptoms" in Maturitas. Co-authors include experts from Shanghai Jia Tong University, Chang Gung University of Science and Technology, Gachon University and North Carolina State University.
Objectives: The study aimed to identify clusters of midlife women by their cognitive symptoms and to examine racial/ethnic differences in the clusters.