Research Projects

  • Tertulias
  • PCORI
  • NSF
  • Other Projects

Core Community Research Partners

  • One Hope Centro de Vida Health Center/East Central Ministries
  • The Hopkins Center/Centro Sávila
  • The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)
  • The Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE)

Health Equity Research

Under Director of Research, Dr. Janet Page-Reeves, PhD, the OCH is involved in a wide variety of research studies focused on social determinants of health and health equity using a community-engaged approach that responds to community-identified questions and involves community members in all stages of the research, including project conceptualization and design, data collection, data analysis, publication, and dissemination.

The OCH has long-term relationships, engagement, and collaboration with extremely diverse community research partners—a fundamental component of the overall approach of the OCH and our scholarly work. We collaborate with partners on issues of importance to them and obtain funding for community-engaged research. Our community research partners are co-authors on published work and we provide them with technical assistance and support, including assisting them in obtaining funding for their programming—often by writing the grants for them. Since 2011, OCH has written more than 13 programming grants for community partners, six of which were funded, yielding more than $542,000.

 

Dr. Page-Reeves and her community partners conduct community educational presentations and develop products that can be used in and by the community to inform and educate people about the priority issues identified by the partners. Because of the depth of this effort, the work of Dr. Page-Reeves has become recognized as contributing to the science of community-engaged research. She and her Community Co-PI from the project funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) were asked to be presenters at a PCORI webinar explaining strategies for patient-engaged research, and she and her partners have multiple publications about community engaged research design and processes.

Under Dr. Page-Reeves’ leadership, the OCH pursues a very strategic and aggressive research vision. Since 2011, the OCH has submitted or contributed to the submission of more than 44 research grants and evaluation contracts, and 22 of those were awarded. This work has generated more than $20 million in awards. Through this work, OCH provides significant funding for staff and faculty in the OCH, Family and Community Medicine, other UNM departments at the HSC and on main campus, and for salaries and operational expenses for my community partners. Research awards to the OCH have come from some of the most influential research funders:

  • $2.4 million Health Research and Services (HRSA) grant ($2.4 million) (Waldman, PI)—the OCH led development and writing of a grant to create a rural family medicine residency at the Shiprock Service Unit of the Indian Health Service (IHS)—the first residency at an IHS facility in the country.
  • $2.3 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) R01 study (Page-Reeves, PI) of a novel peer support group model to address social isolation and depression among Mexican immigrant women. 
  • $2.3 million Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) study (Page-Reeves & Regino, Co-PIs) comparing two culturally competent models of diabetes self-management for Latinos from low-income households. 
  • $1.3 million National Science Foundation (NSF) study (Page-Reeves, Echohawk, & Medin, Co-PIs) in collaboration with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) and Northwestern University of a national cohort of Native American STEM professionals about success among Native Americans in STEM. 

Dr. Page-Reeves provides research mentoring to junior faculty, residents, medical students, UNM College of Population Health students, and other students from main campus, and to various faculty and student mentees outside of New Mexico including from San Jose State University, University of North Carolina, and St. Martin’s University.

OCH researchers have:

  • Published peer-reviewed articles
  • Published two edited collection books
  • Conducted 24+ presentations to UNM classes and at community venues
  • Had 18+ peer-reviewed papers/posters accepted for presentation at professional venues
  • Reviewed 40+ manuscripts for peer-reviewed journals
  • Served on 12+ grant and book review panels

Research from the OCH is being used to improve the health of New Mexicans.

Research by the OCH has demonstrable local impact in New Mexico.

  • Findings from research conducted by Dr. Page-Reeves and her team on diabetes were used by One Hope Clinic to develop an innovative diabetes program that is having impressive results and that became the basis for receiving funding from PCORI for diabetes research.
  • Development of the WellRx to screen patients for social needs/social determinants of health in a clinic setting informed patient care at UNM clinics and First Choice clinics in Albuquerque, and the UNM Electronic Medical Record (EMR) has been modified to be able to include WellRx screening results and follow-up entered by Community Health Workers (CHWs). Findings of the WellRx pilot were also used to convince UNM Hospital (UNMH) leadership to place CHWs at all of their primary care clinics, influenced the state to require MCOs in New Mexico to fund CHWs in their Medicaid contracts, the UNMH Pediatric Emergency Room has incorporated the WellRx as part of routine screening and hired a CHW to connect patients with resources and services, and use of the WellRx is now being considered for further funding and expansion by the state. This work on the WellRx now impacts thousands of patients in New Mexico and in other states (see national impact below).
  • Work with women residents of Santa Barbara/Martineztown (SB/MT) on food insecurity had a dramatic impact on the women who participated in project activities, including innovative “structured dialogue” group sessions and larger “fiesta” events with other women. Participants reported the development of leadership skills and self-valuation, increased knowledge of food resources, nutrition literacy, increased social connectivity with other women in the neighborhood; increased community engagement, and what we called “critical food literacy” regarding the reasons for high rates of food insecurity in their community. The women developed a grocery bulk buying club model and became active in their neighborhood association—which had sustained positive impact on the community.
  • Using a novel “structured dialogue” peer support group approach to address issues of social isolation, depression, food insecurity, and diabetes at St. Joseph’s Center for Children and Families (now called The Hopkins Center) resulted in increased social connectivity, improved knowledge of food and nutritional issues, and a general sense of empowerment among participants. These results were the foundation for a 2019 NIH R01 award to replicate that model.
  • OCH's PCORI research grant received the top score on the very competitive slate in that funding cycle, Dr. Page-Reeves has been invited to be a presenter at two PCORI webinars, she was invited to serve on an ongoing PCORI committee, and the co-PIs were invited to present a poster on their work at the PCORI conference in 2019.
  • A community clinic in the Washington DC-Alexandria Metro area used our model of community-engaged and ethnographically inspired research that we developed as a template for engaging community in defining priorities and solutions. They attached our article to a job posting for a position to hire someone to replicate our approach so they could do similar work with immigrants.
  • The WellRx:
    • Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland identified our work on the WellRx social determinants screening tool as a key innovation and included a case study of our work in a published review article.
    • The WellRx is now being implemented by practitioners and researchers by at least 20 sites/programs around the country.
    • The WellRx was used by the National Academy of Sciences to develop their SDH screening tool for CMS.
    • The WellRx was selected by the UNM Health System and the national Cerner electronic medical record company for inclusion in the UNM EMR and will be the basis for national expansion.
    • The WellRx was identified by the Social Interventions Research and Evaluation Network (SIREN) as one of a handful of cutting-edge social needs screening tools and was evaluated as having key positive qualities in a scoping review they conducted that was presented in a Webinar in 2019. That review provided a foundation for an RFP that SIREN released for research on social needs screening tools.
  • Research conducted in collaboration with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) and Northwestern University funded by the National Science Foundation led to the development of the concept of “wayfinding” for understanding success in STEM for Native Americans. Wayfinding has been identified by other published work as a significant theoretical contribution.

Research Publications

Community-Engaged Research Methods Publications

McGrew, Hannah Cole, Lidia Regino, Maria Tellez, Blanca Pedigo, Virginia Sandoval, Loida Varela, Denisse Guerrero, & Janet Page-Reeves (IN PRESS). Training Patient Stakeholders Builds Community Capacity and Enhances Patient Engagement in Research. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship

Page-Reeves, Janet, & Lidia Regino (2018). Current Challenges of Community-University Health Research Partnerships and Concrete, Plain Language Strategies to Build Capacity. Anthropology in Action 25(2): 1-12.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Lidia Regino, Maria Tellez, Blanca Pedigo, & Esperanza Perez (2018). Engaging Latino Patients in Diabetes Research: What We Are Learning. Practicing Anthropology 40(3): 35-40.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Lidia Regino, Hannah McGrew, Maria Tellez, Blanca Pedigo, Amy Overby, Abigail Cunningham, Susan Tigert, & Mark Burge (2017). Collaboration and Outside-the-Box thinking to Overcome Training-Related Challenges for Including Patient Stakeholders as Data Collectors in a Patient-Engaged Research Project. Journal of Patient Experience 1-4. DOI: 10.1177/2374373517729506

Page-Reeves, Janet, Ananda Marin, Molly Bleecker, Maurice Moffett, Kathy DeerInWater, Sarah EchoHawk, & Douglas Medin (2017). From Community Data to Research Archive: Partnering to Increase and Sustain Capacity Within a Native Organization. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement 10: 283-297. DOI: 10.5130/ijcre.v10i1.4947

Kaufman, Arthur, Robert Rhyne, Juliana Anastasoff, Francisco Ronquillo, Marnie Nixon, Shiraz Mishra, Charlene Poola, Janet Page-Reeves, Carolina Nkouaga, Carla Cordova & Richard Larson (2017). Health Extension and Clinical and Translational Science: An Innovative Strategy for Community Engagement at the University of New Mexico. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 30: 94-99.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Maurice Moffett, Daryl Smith & Leah Steimel (2016).  The Evolution of an Innovative Community-Engaged Health Navigator Program to Address Broader Social Determinants of Health. Progress in Community Health Partnerships 10(4): 603-610.

McCalmont, Kate, Jeffrey Norris, Agustina Garzon, Raquel Cisneros, Heather Greene, Lidia Regino, Virginia Sandoval, Roberto Gomez, Janet Page-Reeves, & Arthur Kaufman (2016). Community Health Workers and Family Medicine Resident Education: Addressing Social Determinants of Health. Family Medicine 48(4): 259-263.

Community-Engaged Research Publications

Page-Reeves, Janet, Gabriel Cortez, Yoenesha Ortiz, Kathy DeerInWater, & Douglas Medin (2019). Situating Giving Back for Native Americans Pursuing Careers in STEM: “You don’t just take, you give something back.” Intersections: Critical Issues in Education. 3(1). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/intersections/vol3/iss1/4

Page-Reeves, Janet, Ananda Marin, Maurice Moffett, Kathy DeerInWater & Douglas Medin (2019, 2018). Wayfinding as a Concept for Understanding Success Among Native Americans in STEM: Learning how to map through life” Cultural Studies of Science Education. DOI: 10.1007/s11422-017-9849-6.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Sarah Shrum, Felisha Rohan-Minjares, Tamara Theideman, Jackie Perez, Carla Cordova, Ambroshia Murrietta, Francisco Ronquillo (2018). Addressing Syndemic Health Disparities Among Latina Immigrants Using Peer Support. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. Published online Dec. 3, 2018. DOI: 10.1007/s40615-018-00535-y

Page-Reeves, Janet, Gabriel Cortez, Yoenesha Ortiz, Kathy DeerInWater, & Douglas Medin (2018). Situating Giving Back for Native Americans Pursuing Careers in STEM: “You don’t just take, you give something back.” 2017 Proceedings of the Southwest Anthropological Association, 2017. Volume 11, p. 22-33. ISSN 1941-7500.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Ananda Marin, Maurice Moffett, Kathy DeerInWater, & Douglas Medin (2018). Wayfinding as a Concept for Understanding Success Among Native Americans in STEM: Learning how to map through life” Cultural Studies of Science Education. DOI: 10.1007/s11422-017-9849-6.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Molly Bleecker. Maurice Moffett, Katharine Linder, Jeannie Romero, and Carol Krause (2017). Situating Food Insecurity in a Historic Albuquerque Community: The Whorled Relationship Between Health and Place. Journal of Health Disparities Research & Practice 10(4): 77-111.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Ananda Marin, Kathy DeerInWater, & Douglas Medin (2017). Broadening Conceptualization of Native Identity as Foundational for Success Among Native Americans in STEM. Anthropology 5: 3.  DOI: 10.4172/2332-0915.1000187

Page-Reeves, Janet, Lidia Regino, Cristina Murray-Krezan, Molly Bleecker, Erik Erhardt, Mark Burge, Elaine Bearer, & Shiraz Mishra (2017). A Comparative Effectiveness Study of Two Models for Culturally Competent Diabetes Self-Management Programming for Latinos from Low-Income Households. BMC Endocrine Disorders: Protocol Section. 17: 46. DOI 10.1186/s12902-017-0192-4

Page-Reeves, Janet, Will Kaufman, Molly Bleecker, Jeff Norris, Kate McCalmont, Veneta Ianakieva, Dessislava Ianakieva, & Arthur Kaufman (2016). Addressing Social Determinants of Health in a Clinic Setting:  The WellRx Pilot in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine 29(3): 414-418.

   Selected for Special Themed Issue on Social Determinants of Health.

Page-Reeves, Janet, & Enrique Cardiel (2016).  GED Privatization as a Social Determinant of Health.  Human Organization 75(1): 21-32. DOI: 10.17730/0018-7259-75.1.21

Page-Reeves, Janet, Mark Moffett, Amy Scott, Veronica Apodaca, & Vanessa Apodaca (2014 Hardcover edition, 2016 Paperback ediction).  “I took the lemons and I made lemonade”: Women’s Quotidian Strategies and the Re-Contouring of Food Insecurity in a Hispanic Community in New Mexico. In Page-Reeves, Janet (ed.), Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life Off the Edge of the Table. Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield.  Lanham, Maryland.  Pp. 85-104.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Amy Scott, Veronica Apodaca, Vanessa Apodaca & Mark Moffett (2014).  “It is always that sense of wanting…never really being satisfied”:  Women’s Quotidian Struggles with Food Insecurity in a Hispanic Community in New Mexico. Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 9(2): 183-209

DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2014.898176

Page-Reeves, Janet, Shiraz Mishra, Joshua Niforatos, Lidia Regino, Andrew Gingrich & Robert Bulten (2014).  An Integrated Approach to Diabetes Prevention:  Anthropology, Public Health and Community Engagement.  The Qualitative Report 18(98): 1-22.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Joshua Niforatos, Shiraz Mishra, Lidia Regino, Andrew Gingrich & Robert Bulten (2013).  Health Disparity and Structural Violence:  How Fear Undermines Health Among Immigrants at Risk for Diabetes.  Health Disparities Research and Practice 6(2): 30-48.

   One of the top 10 most downloaded articles for this journal

Books

Page-Reeves, Janet (ed.) (2019). Well-being as a Multidimensional Concept: Understanding Connections Among Culture, Community, and Health. Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield. Lanham, Maryland.

           Invited by publisher to produce this book.

Page-Reeves, Janet (ed.) (2014 Hardcover edition, 2016 Paperback ediction).  Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life Off the Edge of the Table.  Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield. Lanham, Maryland.

    Invited by publisher to produce this book.

Other Research Publications

Cruz, Theresa, Matthew Borrego, & Janet Page-Reeves (IN PRESS). Increasing the Number of Underrepresented Minority Behavioral Health Researchers: Lessons Learned from a Pilot Research Project Program for Early Stage Investigators. Health Promotion Practice

Borrego, Mathew, Cruz, Theresa, & Page-Reeves, Janet (2019). Increasing Underrepresented Junior Faculty Health Researchers: Mentoring Lessons Learned. The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching. 2(1): 400-404.

Winter, Stuart, Janet Page-Reeves, Kimberly Page, Emily Haozous, Angelica Solares, Carla Cordova, & Richard Larson (2018). Inclusion of Special Populations in Clinical Research: Best Practices for a Better Future. Journal of Clinical and Translational Research. 4(1): 56-69.

Davis, Sally, Theresa Cruz, Julia Meredith Hess, Richard Kozoll, & Janet Page-Reeves (2017). Implementing Physical Activity Recommendations in a Rural Community through a Community-University Partnership. Progress in Community Health Partnerships 11(2): 149-159.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Sally Davis, Camilla Romero & Eric Chrisp (2015, 2013).  Understanding “Agency” in the Translation of a Health Promotion Program. Prevention Science 16(1): 11-20.

   Selected for hard copy publication in 2015 based on readership interest—see below—originally published online 2013.

Page-Reeves, Janet, Theresa Cruz & Sally Davis (2014).  Implementing a Childhood Obesity Coalition in a Tribal Community in New Mexico. Human Organization 73(2, Summer): 183-192.

Review Articles and Articles Appearing as Chapters in Edited Volumes

Page-Reeves, Janet (IN PRESS). Invited Book Review of Rethinking Diabetes: Entanglements with Trauma, Poverty and HIV by Emily Mendenhall, Cornell University Press, New York (2019). Journal of Anthropological Research.

Page-Reeves, Janet, & Kara McKinney (2019). An Introduction to the Chapters. In Janet Page-Reeves (ed.), Well-being as a Multidimensional Concept: Understanding connections Among Culture, Community, and Health. Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield.  Lanham, Maryland.

Alicia Edwards & Janet Page-Reeves (2019). Starved for Company: Rural Seniors, Social Isolation, Food Charity, and Impact on Community Wellbeing. In Janet Page-Reeves (ed.). Well-being as a Multidimensional Concept: Understanding connections Among Culture, Community, and Health. Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield.  Lanham, Maryland.

Page-Reeves, Janet (2018). Book Review: Community-Based Participatory Research for Health: Advancing Social and Health Equity by Nina Wallerstein, Bonnie Duran, John Oetzel, & Maredith Minkler (eds.). Health Promotion Practice 20(1): 15-17. DOI: 10.1177/1524839918809007

Page-Reeves, Janet (2014 Hardcover edition, 2016 Paperback ediction). Conceptualizing Food Insecurity and Women’s Agency: A Synthetic Introduction.  In Page-Reeves, Janet (ed.), Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life Off the Edge of the Table.  Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield.  Lanham, Maryland. Pp. 3-44.

Page-Reeves, Janet (2015).  Conceptualizing Intersecting Dynamics, Disjunctures, and Disparities in the Experience of Food Allergy:  A Review of the Literature.  Food, Culture and Society 18(1): 5–30.

Page-Reeves, Janet (2012).  Commentary:  The Nexus of Poverty, Hunger and Homelessness in New Mexico.  Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict and World Order 38(3): 33-41.

   Selected for use in Public Health Course for incoming UNM medical and PA students multiple years.

Davis, Sally, Janet Page-Reeves, & Theresa Cruz (2011).  How do you overcome historical exploitation? In Principles of Community Engagement (2nd edition). Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office.

Other Research and Policy-Related Products

2020           OP ED: Worked with multi-sector leaders on an Op Ed about eviction prevention. OCH led development of an Op Ed submitted to the Albuquerque Journal and signed by leadership at the City of Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, and UNM Office for Community Health.

2018         VIDEO AND VIDEO DISCUSSION GUIDE: Created resources to assist with recruitment of Spanish-speaking participants into research. Page-Reeves, Janet, Lidia Regino, Maria Tellez, Blanca Pedigo, & Kurly Tlapoyawa (2020). Explaining the Concept of Randomization to Spanish-Speaking Potential Clinical Trial Participants: A Short Video and Video User Guide. A Project of the University of New Mexico Office for Community Health: Directed by Kurly Tlapoyawa; Written and produced by Janet Page-Reeves and Lidia Regino; Staring Lidia Regino, Maria Tellez, and Blanca Pedigo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=layi60vSQNQ

2020         EXPERT INPUT: Contributed to development of PCORI evidence-based learning package, Research Fundamentals, intended for stakeholder partners who are new to research and uses plain language to provide foundational knowledge about the research process, patient-centered outcomes research, and how stakeholders may engage in research.

https://www.pcori.org/engagement/research-fundamentals

2020         INTERVIEWED: Dr. Page-Reeves was interviewed a researcher from the University of Arkansas regarding community and patient engagement (Eva Woodward, PhD).

2020         INTERVIEWED: Dr. Page-Reeves was interviewed by a researcher from Vrije Universiteit (VU) in Amsterdam and the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health & Development (AIGHD) regarding syndemic theory in health research.

2020          RESEARCH USED: Cerner opted to use the WellRx as a part of the DoH screening questions for COVID assessment. The fact that it is brief, simple to answer and has LOINC codes available was a winning combination of favorable factors (per Ruth Wetta , Lead Clinical Researcher).

2020          LETTER COORDINATED AND WRITTEN: OCH coordinated and wrote a letter to promote student voting that was cosigned by six highly-placed UNM stakeholders and submitted to UNM leadership April 13, 2020.

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues that developed the theoretical concept of “wayfinding” for thinking about Native American success in STEM was used as the foundation of a study and published work: Howard, M. A., & Kern, A. L. (2019). Conceptions of wayfinding: decolonizing science education in pursuit of Native American success. Cultural Studies of Science Education14(4), 1135-1148.

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx being incorporated by national medical IT company DATA INSIGHTS for their CERNER electronic medical record at UNM and is being considered for expansion to other sites (per Ruth Wetta , Lead Clinical Researcher).

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers at Center for Medication Optimization at the University Eshelman School of Pharmacy at the University of North Carolina (per Serena Mahalingam).

2019         RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used in a PCORI-funded webinar review of social risk screening tools. Nora Henrikson, PhD, MPH, Richard Sheward, MPP, Yuri Cartier, MPH, Moderator. Examining the Validity of Clinical Social Risk Screening Tools. SIREN: The Social Interventions Research & Evaluation Network. https://sirenetwork.ucsf.edu/video/examining-validity-clinical-social-risk-screening-tools

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers at Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute (per Callie Walsh-Bailey for Clarissa Hsu).

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx being incorporated by the Centers for Dialysis Care in Cleveland, Ohio (per Audra Kirchmeir).

2019          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx being incorporated by Kaweah Delta FM Residency in Visalia, California (per Jodi Parungao).

2018         VIDEO: Created “Voices of Natives in STEM” video in collaboration with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) and REEL Indian Pictures, a local Native American Film company to present perspectives from four Native American STEM professionals on success among Native American in STEM education and careers. https://vimeo.com/262606213

2018          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by the community advocacy organization, Arise Citizen’s Policy Project, in Alabama in the context of new Medicaid reforms (per James, Carnes, Policy Director).

2018          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers/providers at the University of Virginia’s Health Equity, Law, and Policy Research Lab (per Joseph K. Hall, MD).

2018          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers/providers at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NM (per Valerie Ganetsky, PharmD, MSc).

2018          REPORT: New Mexico Advisory Committee (includes Page-Reeves). The New Mexico State Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Elder Abuse in New Mexico: A Report.

2018          EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR: Page-Reeves and colleagues invited to provide evaluative input for PCORI Pipeline to Proposal Awards.

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on Native American success in STEM used by a researcher at Portland State University as the basis for a program being developed to increase diversity in STEM (per Kelly Gonzales, School of Community Health)

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx being considered for use by Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Community Health Department in New Hampshire (per Meaghan Kennedy).

2017          RESEARCH CITED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx cited by Health Care & the West Blog: By Treating Obstacles to Health, Community Health Workers Also Treat a Troubled System Stanford University The Bill Lane Center for the American West; August 1, 2017. https://west.stanford.edu/news/blogs/and-the-west-blog/2017/community-health-workers

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by a researcher at NMSU as the basis for a research project (per Mary Alice Scott)

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by the National Academy of Science and adopted by CMS to create the Accountable Health Communities Screening Tool for standardized screening for health-related social needs in a clinical setting. https://nam.edu/standardized-screening-for-health-related-social-needs-in-clinical-settings-the-accountable-health-communities-screening-tool/

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx identified for use by UNMH pediatric emergency room to screen patients.

2017          INTERVIEWED: Dr. Page-Reeves was interviewed by KOB TV regarding PCORI project. 3/28/17. http://www.kob.com/health-news/study-addresses-cultural-challenges-in-overcoming-diabetes/4438641/

2017           RESEARCH CITED: Research cited on HSC website in a piece on our PCORI project. 3/27/17. http://hscnews.unm.edu/news/unm-receives-2-3-million-to-study-diabetes-self-management-for-hispanics

2017           INTERVIEWED AND CITED: Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed by The Lobo Daily News for a piece on PCORI project. 3/30/17

2017          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers at OhioHealth and integrated into their practice and EMR (per Mary Ann Abiado)

2017          INTERVIEWED AND QUOTED:  Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed & quoted by PCORI staff to post information about our PCORI pipeline and research work on their website.

2017          INTERVIEWED AND QUOTED:  Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed & quoted by CTSC staff for a piece about our PCORI work in their newsletter.

2016          RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used to screen patients at UNMH clinics and the Office for Community Health CHW program

2016          RESEARCH CITED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by researchers at Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research and the Oregon Community Health Information Network (OCHIN) as the basis for “How 6 Organizations Developed Tools and Processes for Social Determinants of Health Screening in Primary Care,” a case study in an article for submission to a peer-reviewed journal regarding screening tools for social determinants of health. This piece was accepted for publication in 2017. LaForge, K., Gold, R., Cottrell, E., Bunce, A. E., Proser, M., Hollombe, C., ... & Clark, K. D. (2018). How 6 organizations developed tools and processes for social determinants of health screening in primary care: An overview. The Journal of ambulatory care management, 41(1), 2.

2016         RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on our model for diabetes and community-engaged research used by researchers at a clinic in DC/Virginia to structure an intervention with immigrants.  They posted a position for a researcher to use our model to engage participants and in the job posting, they included our published work as the example that they wanted the new hire to follow.

2016          INTERVIEWED AND QUOTED: Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed & quoted by KUNM radio reporter regarding relationship between food bank food quality and health. When Medical Costs Cut into Food Money. February 22, 2016. http://kunm.org/post/when-medical-costs-cut-food-money#stream/0

2016        POLICY BRIEF:  Page-Reeves, Janet. New Mexico Needs a Better Policy Infrastructure to Increase HSD Case Worker Efficiency, Improve Compliance with Federal Regulations, and Increase Program Participation. Product of the Scholars Strategy Network for the New Mexico Advancing Strategies to Align Programs Project.

2016        RESEARCH USED: Research by Page-Reeves and colleagues on the WellRx used by UNM Hospital to inform decision to hire community health workers (CHWs) in UNMH clinics.

2015        INTERVIEWED: Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed by Business Week reporter regarding Policy Brief on the Privatization of the GED.

2015        TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE: Provided technical assistance for production of New Mexico Voices for Children report: A Health Impact Assessment of a Food Tax in New Mexico: An analysis of the taxation of grocery purchases and its impacts on the health of the state’s children, families, and communities. http://www.nmvoices.org/archives/5480

2015        POLICY BRIEF:  Page-Reeves, Janet.  How the Privatization of “GED” High School Equivalency Degrees Has Created New Roadblocks for the Poor. Scholars Strategy Network Education Brief http://www.scholarsstrategynetwork.org/node/27652

2015        BOOK REVIEW: Page-Reeves Book Reviewed: Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life Off the Edge of the Table.  Allegra Lab: Anthropology, Law, Art & World.  http://allegralaboratory.net/review-women-redefining-the-experience-of-food-insecurity-life-off-the-edge-of-the-table/

2014         COMMUNITY TOOLKIT PRODUCT: Mallow, Leila. Bulk Buying Club Toolkit: A Guide to Starting a Neighborhood Bulk Buying Club. In collaboration with women from the Fiesta project, supervised production of this guide by Emerson National Hunger Fellow. Congressional Hunger Center. https://www.hungercenter.org/publications/bulk-buying-club-toolkit-a-guide-to-starting-a-neighborhood-bulk-buying-club/

2014         COMMUNITY TOOLKIT PRODUCT: Cooper, Elizabeth. Just Eats: Community Cooking Program: A Facilitator’s Guide to Developing, Organizing, and Implementing Community Cooking Classes. In collaboration with women from the Fiesta project, supervised production of this guide by Emerson National Hunger Fellow. Congressional Hunger Center. https://www.hungercenter.org/publications/just-eats-community-cooking-program-%EF%BF%BCa-facilitators-guide-to-developing-organizing-and-implementing-community-cooking-classes/

2014        INTERVIEWED AND QUOTED: Dr. Page-Reeves interviewed & quoted in an article by Kim Severson, “Gluten-Free Eating is Here to Stay.”  The New York Times.  June 16, 2014.  http://www.nytimes.com/2014/06/18/dining/gluten-free-eating-appears-to-be-here-to-stay.html?rref=dining&module=Ribbon&version=origin&region=Header&action=click&contentCollection=Dining%20%26%20Wine&pgtype=article

2013        COMMUNITY REPORT: Romero, Jeannie, Carol Carrillo Pimentel, Brenda Garcia, Veronica Apodaca, Vanessa Apodaca, Janet Page-Reeves, Maurice Moffett, Amy Anixter Scott & Molly Bleecker.  Fiestas Community Report.  Final report to the community from the Fiestas project.  Office for Community Health.  NM CARES Health Disparities Research Center.  University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2013        TOOLKIT: Page-Reeves, Janet & Molly Bleecker.  WellRx:  A Toolkit Planning Document. Office for Community Health, University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2013        REPORT TO THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Page-Reeves, Janet, Theresa Cruz & Sally Davis.  Healthy Kids Las Cruces Accomplishments Report:  2007-2013.  Report for the New Mexico Department of Health. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2012        REPORT TO THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Page-Reeves, Janet, Theresa Cruz & Sally Davis.  Another Look:  The Healthy Kids Las Cruces Coalition 2011-2012.  Report for the New Mexico Department of Health. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2012        RESEARCH USED: Page-Reeves and colleagues CTSC-funded work on diabetes used by One Hope to develop a diabetes self-management, control and prevention initiative in Albuquerque’s International District with the Latino immigrant community.

2012        REPORT TO THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Page-Reeves, Janet, Theresa Cruz & Sally Davis.  Expanding Community Access to Outdoor Space at Schools:  A Case Study of Three Joint-Use Agreement Pilots in New Mexico.  Report for the New Mexico Department of Health. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2012        COMMUNITY REPORT: Mishra, Shiraz, Janet Page-Reeves, Lidia Regino, Andrew Gingrich, Joshua Niforatos & Robert Bulten.  Community Report:  Results from a CTSC-Funded Planning Project to Develop a Diabetes Prevention Initiative with East Central Ministries. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2012        EVALUATION REPORT: Page-Reeves, Janet.  Evaluation of the Health Extension Program.  Office for Community Health, University of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2011        EVALUATION REPORT: Page-Reeves, Janet & Joshua Niforatos.  The Youth Food Action Project:  Case Study Evaluation Report.  Evaluation of a USDA Community Food Project. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

2011        REPORT TO THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: Page-Reeves, Janet, Theresa Cruz & Sally Davis.  Case Study Report of Three Healthy Kids Communities in New Mexico.  Contract with the NM Department of Health, Office of Obesity Prevention. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

2011        OP-ED: Page-Reeves, Janet. Food Stamps Can’t Justify TaxThe Albuquerque Journal (3/1/10).  Op-Ed response to previous Op-Ed piece regarding relationship between Food Stamps and proposed NM Food Tax.