NC1171: Individual, family, and community factors associated with resilience in diverse, rural, low-income families

(Multistate Research Project)

Status: Active

SAES-422 Reports

09/19/2019

 

 

12/18/2020

Publications:

Bird, C.L., Chandler, K. D., Berry, A.A., & Barrett-Rivera, B. (In press).  SNAP policies and the realities of rural working families: Implications for practitioners.  The Forum for Family and Consumer Issues.

Greder, K. and Berry, A. (Guest Editors). (In Press). Special Issue on Rural Families. The Forum on Family and Consumer Issues.

Greder, K., Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Routh, B., & Bao, J. (In Press). Engaging with Rural Latinx Families. The Forum on Family and Consumer Issues.

Greder, K., Zaman, A., Routh, B. Hammons, A., & Villegas, E. (2020) Rural Midwestern Mexican fathers’ perspectives on family food, mealtimes, and physical activity. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2020.1858408.

Mammen, S., Sano, Y., Braun, B., & Maring, E.F. (2019). Shaping Core Health Messages: Rural, Low-Income Mothers Speak Through Participatory Action Research. Health Communication. 32(10), 1141-1149.

Routh, B., Burney, J., Greder, K., Katras, M. J., and Johnson, K. (In Press) Rural Health Disparities: Connecting Research and Practice. The Forum for Family Consumer Issues.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., & Mammen, S. (In Press). Development of food security messages with rural, low-income mothers. The Forum on Family and Consumer Issues

Sano, Y., Mammen, S., & Houghten, M. (Accepted). Well-being and stability among low-income families: A 10-year review of research. Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

Sano, Y., Bolkan, C. R., & Mammen, S. (2020). Maternal Depression and Family Health Context: Tracking Depression Trajectories of Rural, Low-Income Mothers. Journal of Family Social Work, 23(3), 293-312.

Yancura, L., Barnett, M., Sano, Y., & Mammen, S. (2020). Context Matters: Critical Grandparent Contributions to Low-Income Rural Families. Child & Family Social Work, 25(2), 267-276.  https://doi.org/10.1111/cfs.12682

Papers Submitted

Bao, J. and Greder, K. Role of Individual and Family Processes in Relationships between Stressors and Behavior Problems among Low-income Latinx Children in Rural Midwestern Communities. Journal of Latinx Psychology.

Peek, G., Greder, K., and Berry A. Relationship between home environment and healthy living. Housing and Society.

Sano, Y., & Mammen, S. (Under review). Mitigating the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on rural low-income families. Submitted to Rural Sociology.

Juried national presentations

Bao, J., Zhang, D., and Greder, K. (2020, November – Virtual) Characteristics of Body Mass Index (BMI): Trajectories among Low-income Latina Immigrant Mothers in Rural Midwestern Communities. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference.

Cox, R., Hua, L., Sahbaz, S., Washburn, I., and Greder, K. (2020, November - Virtual). Testing the Psychometric Properties of Four Measures on a Sample of Latino Immigrant Youth. Paper symposium to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations  Annual Conference

Dyk, P., Radunovich, H., Sano, Y., Berry, A. & Counts, K. (2020, February). Challenges Accessing Healthcare: Insights from Rural Low-Income Mothers. Presented at the annual meeting of Southern Rural Sociological Association, Louisville, KY.

Fenton, M.P., Radunovich, H.L., Ontai, L., & Yancura, L. (2019, October). Transition to adulthood for rural, low-income mothers. Poster presentation for the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood Conference, Toronto, Canada

Houghten, M., Sano, Y., Ward, C., & Dyk, P. (2020, August). “I just wasn’t getting the help that I needed”: Health management and coordination among rural low-income families within the context of healthcare reform. Rural Sociological Society, Westminster, Colorado. [Conference canceled due to Coronavirus global pandemic

Smith, S. & Yancura, L. (2019, June). Bringing Rural Families’ Experiences into the Classroom.  Presented at the annual Teaching Family Science Conference, Kauai, Hawai`i. 

Sano, Y., Greder, K., & Mammen, S. (2020, August. Accepted but not presented)*. Development and Evaluation of Food Security Messages with Rural, Low-Income Mothers. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of American Evaluation Association [*Changed to online only conference due to Coronavirus global pandemic. Due to reduced size of presentation].

Sano, Y., Greder, K., Mammen, S., and Bao, J. (2020, November – Virtual). Health Understanding and Health Outcomes among Rural, Low-Income Mothers. Poster to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference.

Wiles, B.B., Ferraro, A.J., Piper, J.L., Radunovich, H.L., Dyk, P. H., & Sano, Y. (2019, November). The experiences, orientation, and beliefs of rural, low-income mothers’ health insurance and health care access and use. Presentation to the National Council for Family Relations Annual Conference, Ft. Worth, TX.

Grants Submitted

Title: Race, Resources, and Resilience: Intersections Among Social Resources, Family Resilience, and Health Outcomes in Low Income Minority Families

Agency: National Institutes of Health, Minority Health Disparities (NIMH)

Amount: $2,393,139. (unfunded)

Authors: Yancura, L., Barnett, M., Sano, Y.

 

Title:  Grandparent Support in Low Income Rural Families

Agency: The Interdisciplinary Network on Rural Population Health and Aging

Amount: $9,964 (unfunded)

Authors:  Yancura, L. Barnett, M.

12/17/2021

Journal Publications

Becker, T. B, Contreras, D. & Porth, O. (2021). Differences in Eating and Physical Activity Behaviors, and Perceived Accessibility and Availability Barriers between Midwestern Rural and Urban Adults, Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition, DOI: 10.1080/19320248.2021.1930318

Bird, C. L., Chandler, K. D., Berry, A. A., & Barrett-Rivera, B. C. (2021). Changing SNAP and work requirements: How the Farm Bill misses the mark for rural realities. Forum for Family and Consumer Issues, 23, 1-19.

Greder, K., Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Routh, B., & Bao, J. (2021). Engaging with rural Latino families. Special Issue on Rural Low-Income Families (Berry, A. and Greder, K., Eds.), Forum on Family and Consumer Issues, 23(1). Online journal. First made available March 2021.

Greder, K., Zaman, A.*, Routh, B. Hammons, A., & Villegas, E. (2020). Rural Midwestern Mexican fathers’ perspectives on family food, mealtimes, and physical activity. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. DOI: 10.1080/03670244.2020.1858408. First published online December 18, 2020.

Hurt, T.R., Greder, K., Douglas, J., Bell, B., Cheeks, K., Gonzalez, R., Shirley, M.C., and Woods, B. (2021). Enhancing African American Youth Academic Success. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.

Peek, G., Greder, K., & Berry, A. (June, 2021). Relationship between home environment and healthy living. Housing and Society, 1-14. DOI: 10.1080/08882746.2021.1930464

Routh, B., Burney, J., Greder, K., Katras, M.J., & Johnson, K. (2021). Rural health disparities: Connecting research and practice. Special Issue on Rural Low-Income Families (Berry, A. and Greder, K., Eds.), Forum on Family and Consumer Issues, 23(1). Online journal. First made available March 2021.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., & Mammen, S. (2021). Development of food security messages with rural, low-income mothers. Special Issue on Rural Low-Income Families (Berry, A. and Greder, K., Eds.), Forum on Family and Consumer Issues, 23(1). Online journal. First made available March 2021.

Sneed, C. T., Berry, A. A., Barnes, S. N., Calhoun, D. D., Hagan, T. V., Hethmon, M. H., Jones, K. D., & Metzger, B. A. (2021). Money Minute: Using short informational videos during COVID-19. Journal of Extension, 59(1).

Yancura, L., Allgood-Berry, A., Wallace, H.S., & Piper, J. (2020). How Does Research Inform Work with Multigenerational and Skipped-Generation Households in Rural Areas? Forum for Family & Consumer Issues, 23, 1, 1-16.

Journal Publications in Press

Cox, R.B., Washburn, I.J., Greder, K., Sahbaz, S. and Lin, H. (In Press). Preventing Substance Use Among Latino Youth: Initial Results From a Multistate Family-based Program Focused on Youth Academic Success. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.

Sano, Y., & Mammen, S. (In Press). Mitigating the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on rural low-income families. Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

Publications under Review

Allison, C., Sneed C. T., McElrone M, Riggsbee K, Burney J. (Submitted Spring, 2021) Nutrition education in food pantries: Perceptions of pantry personnel towards implementation. Journal of Extension.

Arellanes, J., Greder, K., and Lohman, B. (Under review).The Intersection of Work and Cultural Values of Latino Fathers in their Children’s Educational Attainment. Journal of Latinos and Education.

Bao, J. and Greder, K. (Under review). Economic Pressure and Parent Acculturative Stress: Effects on Rural Midwestern Low-income Latinx Child Behaviors, Journal of Family and Economic Issues.

Berry, A., Sneed, C. T., Childs, M., Ha, S., & Fairhurst, A. (Submitted Summer, 2021). A snapshot in time: Consumer behavior at the start of COVID-19. Journal of Human Sciences and Extension.

Fenton, M.S., Radunovich, H.L., Ontai, L., & Sano, Y. (Under Review). Does a co-parent relationship serve as a protective factor against maternal depressive symptoms for rural, low-income children? Journal of Child and Family Studies.

Greder. K., Zhang, D., Peng, C., & Oswald, R. F. (Under review). We Are a Team: The Power of Co-parent Communication and Teamwork on Rural Low-Income Mothers’ Mental Health. Submitted to Family Process.

Holst, M., Routh, B., Gilligan, M., Alcívar- Zúñiga, M.*, & Greder, K. (Under review). Latina immigrant mothers in the rural Midwest: The role of family support networks. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.

Sano, Y., Berry, A., & Sneed, C. T. (R&R). Extension’s role in addressing child, youth, and family well-being in rural communities. In M. R. de Guzmn, & H. Hatton-Bowers (Eds.) The role of the social sciences in Extension. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., Mammen, S., Bao, J., & *Big Eagle, T. (Under Review). Health understanding and health outcomes among rural, low-income mothers. Submitted to Family and Community Health.

Sano, Y., Berry, A. & Sneed, C. (Under review) Extension’s Role in Promoting Resilience among Rural Families with Low-Incomes. Book chapter in The Role of the Social Sciences in Extension book. Cambridge University Press.

 

Publications in preparation

Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (in preparation) Enablers and barriers to health: Comparing White and Latino rural low-income families. Family Relations.

Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Washburn, I., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (in preparation) Family and community-level predictors of health and well-being among Latino and white low-income families in rural areas. Social Science and Medicine.

Sano, Y., Ward, C., Houghten, M., Dyk, P. H., & Radunovich, H. (in preparation). Navigating health care challenges in rural communities.

Yancura, L., Ontai, L., Roth, B., Cancel-Tirado, D., & Sano, Y. (in preparation) Multigenerational Household Structure in Rural Areas: Does Grandparent Co-Residence Contribute to Overweight and Obesity?

 

Juried National Presentations

Bao, J., Zhang, D., and Greder, K. (2020). Characteristics of Body Mass Index (BMI) Trajectories among Low-income Latina Immigrant Mothers in Rural Midwestern Communities. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations 82nd Annual Conference in November, Virtual Conference.

Berry, A. A., Sneed, C. T., Franck. K., Metzger, B., Niederhauser, V., & Washburn, L. (2021). We need to talk about health care costs. Presented at Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) Research and Training Virtual Symposium, November 15 - 19.

Hammons, A., Fiese, B., Teran-Garcia, M., Greder, K., Olvera, N. (2020). Their screams would hit the sky: Hispanic Mothers’ Perspectives on Making Healthy Eating Changes Within the Family. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, Virtual Conference.

Hammons, A., Olvera, N., Teran-Garcia, M., Villegas, E., Greder, K., Sloane, S. and Fiese, B. (2020). Leveraging the Hispanic Family Mealtime for Behavior Change in Intervention Programming. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Obesity Society at Obesity Week 2020, November.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., Mammen, S., & Bao, J. (November, 2020). Health understanding and health outcomes among rural, low-income mothers. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations [*Changed to online only conference due to Coronavirus global pandemic]

Sneed, C. T. (2021). Books to boots: Incorporating participant supports into workforce development programming. Presented at Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) Research and Training Virtual Symposium, November 15 - 19.

 

Grants

Chandler, K. (PI) Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) Project NC1171: Rural Families Speak about Resilience. United States Department of Agriculture via College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Oregon State University. $7,000

Contreras, D. (PI), Kennedy, Eschbach, Arnetz, Goetz (Co-PIs) 2020-2023 USDA NIFA: Addressing Rural Opioid Misuse in Michigan Through Evidence-Based Health Education, Telehealth, Distance Learning, and Coalitions This grant seeks to reduce opioid misuse among diverse Michigan rural residents.

Devereaux, M. (PI), Sneed, C. (Co-PI). 10/20 to 9/21. Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. $357,681 to fund Skill Up TN.

Sneed, C. (PI), Berry, A. (Co-PI). 11/19 to 6/21. Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. $2,500 to fund Money Week.

Sneed, C (PI), Childs, M. (Co-PI) Summer, 2021. The University of Tennessee Office of Undergraduate Research SURGE Funding. $80,375 to fund Reimagining the Farmers’ Market: Developing and Implementing Strategies to Appeal to Limited-Resource Families.

Washburn, L. (PI); Johnson, K., Franck, F., Jarvandi, S., Burney, J., Sneed, C., Wallace, H. (Co-PIs). 9/19 to 10/21. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. $65,000 to fund National 4-H Council Well Connected Communities.

Wiles, B. (2020) Agriculture Experiment Station Additional Multistate Research Award - $25, 000. Kansas State University. Manhattan, KS.

Yancura, L. (PI)  NLCHDD (funded by NIA) on Rural Grandparents

Grants in Submission / Draft

Chandler, K. & Cancel-Tirado, D. (Co-Project Directors). Building Community Partnerships to Promote Health Equity for Rural, Low-Income Latino Families. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. $194,000. Brief proposal submitted to the RWJF Equity-Focused Policy Research: Building Cross-Cutting Evidence on Supports for Families call for proposals. Not invited to submit a full proposal.

Greder, K. ¡Salir Adelante! Engagement with Latinx immigrant families for youth educational success.” Children, Youth, and Families At-Risk Sustainable Communities Projects (USDA-NIFA-SLBCD-007972), National Institute of Food and Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture. (Principal Investigator). Funding to ISU: $640,000. Competitive Grant Program. Submitted February 19, 2021.

Greder, K. and Ortega, G. “¡Salir Adelante!: Creating opportunities for Latino/a youth educational success and financial security.” State Farm Community Grant Program, Funding to ISU: $25,000. Competitive Grant Program. Submitted January 2021.

Gustafson, A (PI); McGuirt, J., Haynes-Maslow, L., Norman, H., Pitts, S., Sneed, C., & Anderson-Steeves, B. (Co-PIs). 10/21 to 9/24. USDA: NIFA. $1,000,000 to fund Online Healthy Grocery Shopping Cooperative Extension Program Among Rural Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Women Infant and Children (WIC) Residents to Improve Food Security and Dietary Intake.

Johnson, K. (PI); Berry, A., Franck, K. & Sneed, C. (Co-PIs). 1/22. Tennessee Department of Health. $3,200,000 to fund Economic Recovery Centers: Promoting Resiliency of Rural Households and Communities in Response to the COVID-10 Public Health Emergency.

Sneed, C. (Co-PI) 10/21 to 9/22. Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development. $883,056 to fund Skill Up TN.

Wiles, B. Rural Families Speak about Resilience: Covid and rural families

 

Outreach

Chandler, K. D. (2021, September). Parenting and working in rural communities in uncertain times. Webinar in a quarterly webinar series Relying on Rural Resilience: Translating 20+ years of research into practice.

Chandler, K. Included NC 1171 articles in my current HDFS 541: Family Studies graduate-level course at Oregon State University.

Dyk, P. – University of Kentucky Community & Leadership Development 686 Research Design - Used project as an exemplar in graduate seminar. Discussed proposal design, methodology, implementation, and qualitative analyses.

Sano. Y. (2021, June). How can health messaging work within rural communities? Presented at the Relying on Rural Resilience: Translating 20+ years of research into practice. Webinar.

Sano, Y. (2020, November). Rural Families Speak projects: Overview of longitudinal, multi-state research efforts. Presentation at Latino Workshop, Washington State University.

Yancura, L., (November, 2020). Multistate Research Fund Impacts Researcher Spotlight. https://www.facebook.com/MRFImpacts/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVh3CTgeC90&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1tYb79y6DiGGwEzJy2ivkATTtbYdBU2Mu_--Z2Vopqg-SMKmttlce4GGE

Wiles, B. (2021, June). Rural families and health. Presentation to Child and Family Development Program Focus Team. Kansas State Research and Extension. Manhattan, KS.

Feeney, S. - I use RFS data when teaching qualitative data analysis (e.g. coding practice). I also use Cancel-Tirado et al. (2018) when teaching quantitative analysis (e.g. t-tests). I also use Sano et al. 2012 and Manoogian et al. 2012 in a grad level course on Families in Poverty. Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Washburn, I., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (2018) Health, Wellbeing, and Healthcare Access in Rural Communities: Comparing Latino and Non-Latino White Low-income Families. Family and Community Health. 41(2), 73 – 82. https://doi.org/10.1097/FCH.0000000000000193 Manoogian, M. M., Jurich, J., Sano, Y., & Ko, J.-L. (2015). “My Kids Are More Important Than Money”: Parenting Expectations and Commitment Among Appalachian Low-Income Mothers. Journal of Family Issues, 36(3), 326–350. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X13490402 Sano, Y., Manoogian, M. M., & Ontai, L. L. (2012). “The Kids Still Come First”: Creating Family Stability During Partnership Instability in Rural, Low-Income Families. Journal of Family Issues, 33(7), 942–965. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X11430820

Routh, B. (October 2020) Health Disparities: Rural US Experience. Montana State University CHTH 428: Health Disparities Guest lecture using APLU videos/activities.

Outreach in Preparation

Wiles, B. B., (2021) Rural Families and Childcare. Planned presentation Extension Agents in Kansas.

Sano, Y. (in preparation). Translating research findings on rural low-income families in college classroom. HD403 Families in Poverty. Washington State University Vancouver.

Routh, B. (2021, October) Health Disparities: Rural US Experience. Montana State University CHTH 428: Health Disparities Guest lecture using APLU videos/activities.

12/23/2022

Bao, J., & Greder, K. (2022). Economic pressure and parent acculturative stress: Effects on rural midwestern low-income Latinx child behaviors. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. doi:10.1007/s10834-022-09841-4.

Chandler, K. D., Gunsallus, A. L., Martin, M. A., & Brasier, K. J. (2022). Gas-patch dads: Experiences at the nexus of work, family, and community contexts. Advance online publication. Community, Work, & Family. https://doi.org/10.1080/13668803.2022.2063107

Cox, R. B., Washburn, I. J., Greder, K., Sahbaz, S., & Lin, H. (2022). Preventing substance use among Latino youth: Initial results from a multistate family-based program focused on youth academic success. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 48(1), 69-77, doi:10.1080/00952990.2021.1981357.

Sano, Y., & Mammen, S. (2022). Mitigating the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on rural low-income families. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 43(2): 227–238. Published online 2022 Feb 22. doi:10.1007/s10834-021-09800-5

Yancura, L., Barnett, M., Pylate, L., Sano, Y., Routh, B., & Contreras, D. (2022). Helping rural families navigate conflict. NCFR Network. 35(2), 10-11.

Journal Publications in Press

Sano, Y., Berry, A. A., & Sneed, C. T. (in press). Extension’s role in promoting family resilience in rural communities. In M. R. T. de Guzman & H. Hatton-Bowers (Eds.), The Role of Social Sciences in Extension. Cambridge University Press.

Publications under Review

Arellanes, J., Greder, K., & Lohman, B. (Under review). The intersection of work and cultural values of Latino fathers in their children’s educational attainment. Journal of Latinos and Education.

Fenton, M. S., Radunovich, H. L., Ontai, L., & Sano, Y. (under review). Does a co-parent relationship serve as a protective factor against maternal depressive symptoms for rural, low-income children? Submitted to Child & Youth Care Forum.

Holst, M., Routh, B., Gilligan, M., Alcívar- Zúñiga, M., & Greder, K. (under review). Latina immigrant mothers in the rural Midwest: The role of family support networks. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences.

Sano, Y., Berry, A., & Sneed, C. T. (R&R). Extension’s role in addressing child, youth, and family well-being in rural communities. In M. R. de Guzmn, & H. Hatton-Bowers (Eds.) The role of the social sciences in Extension. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., Mammen, S., Bao, J., & Big Eagle, T. (under Review). Health understanding and health outcomes among rural, low-income mothers. Submitted to Family and Community Health.

Publications in preparation

Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (in preparation). Enablers and barriers to health: Comparing White and Latino rural low-income families. Family Relations.

Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Washburn, I., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (in preparation). Family and community-level predictors of health and well-being among Latino and white low-income families in rural areas. Social Science and Medicine.

Contreras, D.A., Becker, T..B., & Porth, O. (in preparation). The rural paradox. Journal of Extension.

Sano, Y., Greder, K., Mammen, S., Bao, J., & Big Eagle, T. (in preparation). Health understanding and health outcomes among rural, low-income mothers.

Sano, Y., Ward, C., Houghten, M., Dyk, P. H., Radunovich, H., & Pylate, L. (in preparation). Family health management and coordination among rural, low-income families.

Sano, Y., Big Eagle, T., Dyk, P. H., Morris, J., Arreola, H., & Bird, C. (in preparation). Access to healthcare in rural low-income communities.

Sano, Y., Ward, C., Houghten, M., Dyk, P. H., & Radunovich, H. (in preparation). Navigating health care challenges in rural communities.

Wiles, B., Klutse, A., & Dyk, P. H. (in preparation). Conducting multi-state collaborative research: Methodological challenges and lessons learned.

Yancura, L., Ontai, L., Routh, B., Cancel-Tirado, D., & Sano, Y. (in preparation). Multigenerational household structure in rural Areas: Does grandparent co-residence contribute to overweight and obesity?

Juried National Presentations

Berry, A. A., Sneed, C. T., Franck. K., Metzger, B., Niederhauser, V., & Washburn, L. (2021). We need to talk about health care costs. Presented at Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) Research and Training Virtual Symposium, November 15 - 19.

Big Eagle, T., Sano, Y., Arreola, H., Morris, J., & Kaur, P. (October, 2022). "We do what we have to do to make do": Agency and access to healthcare in rural America. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment. Yakima, WA.

Greder, K., Bao, J., & Cancel-Tirado, D. (December, 2021). Role of acculturative stress in relationship between maternal depression and rural Midwest Latino children’s behaviors. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Construction of the “other”: Development, consequences, and applied implications of prejudice and discrimination, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.

Sano, Y., Ward, C., Houghten, M., Dyk, P. H., & Radunovich, H. (November, 2021). Navigating health care challenges in rural communities. Interactive paper presentation at the annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations. Virtual conference.

Sano, Y., Berry, A. A., & Sneed, C. T. (2022). Extension’s role in promoting food security and nutrition in rural communities. Presented at the National Council on Family Relations, November 16 - 19.

Wiles, B., Kluste, A., Blodgett, R., & Dyk, P.  (2022, November). Remain in light: Resilience processes in rural communities during the pandemic. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

Grants

Chandler, K. D. (PI). Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station (OAES) Project NC1171: Rural Families Speak about Resilience. United States Department of Agriculture via College of Public Health and Human Sciences, Oregon State University. $7,000

Eschbach, C. (PI), Contreras, D.A., Moore, E. (Co-PIs): 2021-2024: Michigan Department of Community Health to fund COVID-19 and other immunization messaging and education for rural youth and families in Michigan.

Johnson, K. (PI); Berry, A., Franck, K. & Sneed, C. (Co-PIs). 1/22. Tennessee Department of Health. $3,200,000 to fund Economic Recovery Centers: Promoting Resiliency of Rural Households and Communities in Response to the COVID-10 Public Health Emergency.

Routh, B. Lead evaluator for Rural Food Prescription Program (GUSnip USDA funding) within a 500K 3 year grant, using NC1171 data to support need.

Wiles, B. B. (2022) USDA Rural Health and Safety Education Grant with Jessica Lane (PI), and Alex Bechnel (Co-PI) in the KSU College of Education ($349,946)

Wiles, B. (2022) KSU Agriculture Experiment Station Competitive Additional Allocation Research Grant ($55,000). Kansas State University. Manhattan, KS.

Grants in Submission / Draft

Routh, B. Submitting $20K internal grant. State of Families in Montana, Internal Extension Grant to support graduate student support.

Wiles, B. Understanding the rural Norwegian early care and education system’s outdoor physical activity practices. Fulbright

Wiles, B. USDA Higher Education Multicultural Scholars Program (MSP) to support internships in Extension for multicultural students in rural communities.

Outreach

Live Webinars held as part of the Rural Families Speak about Resilience Series

Yancura, L. (December 15, 2021). Food, football, and politics: Helping rural families navigate conflict over the holidays. https://ruralfamilies.wixsite.com/website/copy-of-rrr-family-conflict

Contreras, D., H. Tiret, & Routh, B. (February 23, 2002). Building health and resilience by teaching mindful eating/feeding to rural parents of young children. Relying on Rural Resilience. https://ruralfamilies.wixsite.com/website/copy-of-rrr-health-messaging-1

Barnett, M., & Routh, B. (May 25, 2022). It takes three: Mulitgenerational support in rural families. Relying on Rural Resilience https://ruralfamilies.wixsite.com/website/copy-of-rrr-health-messaging-2

Routh, B. (September 7, 2022). Family influence on health behaviors in rural communities. Relying on Rural Resilience https://ruralfamilies.wixsite.com/website/copy-of-rrr-multigen-support

Faculty utilizing NC1171 resources to train graduate and undergraduate students

Routh, B. (2021, October). Health disparities: Rural US experience. Montana State University CHTH 428: Health Disparities Guest lecture using APLU videos/activities developed as part of NC1171.

Routh, B. Regularly use RFSH case studies and web of connection in guest lectures for community health classes (3 times in 2022).

Chandler, K. D. Winter 2022 term (1/22 - 3/22) taught a graduate-level qualitative methods course (HDFS 539: Qualitative Methods II). Six students used the RFSH data to learn how to code and interpret qualitative data.

Dyk, P. University of Kentucky Community & Leadership Development 686 Research Design - Used project as an exemplar in graduate seminar. Discussed proposal design, methodology, implementation, and qualitative analyses.

Feeney, S. I use RFS data when teaching qualitative data analysis (e.g., coding practice). I also use Cancel-Tirado et al. (2018) when teaching quantitative analysis (e.g., t-tests). I also use Sano et al. (2012) and Manoogian et al. (2012) in a grad level course on Families in Poverty.

Cancel-Tirado, D. I., Feeney, S. L., Washburn, I., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (2018). Health, wellbeing, and healthcare access in rural communities: Comparing Latino and non-Latino White low-income families. Family and Community Health. 41(2), 73 – 82. https://doi.org/10.1097/FCH.0000000000000193

Manoogian, M. M., Jurich, J., Sano, Y., & Ko, J.-L. (2015). “My kids are more important than money”: Parenting expectations and commitment among Appalachian low-income mothers. Journal of Family Issues, 36(3), 326–350. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X13490402

Sano, Y., Manoogian, M. M., & Ontai, L. L. (2012). “The kids still come first”: Creating family stability during partnership instability in rural, low-income families. Journal of Family Issues, 33(7), 942–965. https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X11430820

Outreach in Preparation

4 webinar sessions planned for 2023 with the first scheduled for January 25, 2023, to be presented by K. Greder on Latinx Families in Rural Communities.

Chandler, K. D., & Cancel-Tirado, D. February 2023 presentation to Oregon State University, College of Public Health and Human Sciences College Research Seminar to discuss NC1171. Working title: Rural Families Speak about Resilience: A family science-public health collaboration.

Chandler, K. D. An undergraduate student is taking research credits with me in the 2023 winter term to review existing NC1171 qualitative data for discussions around family resilience.

Sano, Y. (in preparation). Translating research findings on rural low-income families in college classroom. HD403 Families in Poverty. Washington State University Vancouver.

Professional Development

Yancura, L. Kiley Oeda, MA student at University of Hawai`i at Manoa in Educational Psychology assisted with webinar administration

Sano, Y. Promotion to full professor, 4 undergraduate students experienced research analyzing the RFSR, ACA data.

Wiles, B. B., trained two graduate students (Adelaide Klutse and Becky Blodgett) in all aspects of conducting qualitative research for NC1171: IRB approval, recruitment, scheduling, conducting interviews, data analysis, and dissemination. 

12/14/2023

Published Articles

  1. Bao, J., & Greder, K. (2022). Economic pressure and parent acculturative stress: Effects on rural midwestern low-income Latinx child behaviors. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. doi:1007/s10834-022-09841-4.
  2. Foluso, A.*, Routh, B., Schure, M., & Koltz, D. (2023) Kinship navigator program: A review of caregiver characteristics and outcomes. Family in Society.
  3. Seitz, H., Gardner, A. J., & Pylate, L. B. P. (2023). Formative research to Inform college health communication campaigns about COVID-19 prevention behaviors. Health Promotion Practice, 15248399231160768.
  4. Williams, E., Greder, K., Kim, D., Bao, J., H. Dan Karami, N.* (2023). Navigating health and well-being during COVID-19: Experiences of Latinx immigrant mothers in rural midwestern communities. Family Relations, 72(4) DOI: 10.1111/fare.12884. **Received the 2023 NCFR Families and Health Section Outstanding Doctoral Student New Professional Paper Award.

 Journal Publications in Press

  1. Doudna, K., & Greder, K. (In Press, Accepted October 11, 2023). Maternal depressive symptoms and parenting alliance as mediators between household food insecurity and child behavior among rural Latino immigrant families. Cogent Social Sciences.
  2. Sano, Y., Berry, A., & Sneed, C. T. (in press). Extension’s role in addressing child, youth, and family well-being in rural communities. In M. R. de Guzman, & H. Hatton-Bowers (Eds.) The role of the social sciences in Extension. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

 Publications under Review

  1. Fenton, M. S., Radunovich, H. L., Ontai, L., & Sano, Y. (Under review). Does a co-parent relationship serve as a protective factor against maternal depressive symptoms for rural, low-income children? Submitted to Child & Youth Care Forum.
  2. K., Zhang, D., Peng, C., & Oswald, R. F. (Under Review). We are a team: The power of co-parent communication and teamwork on rural low-income mothers’ mental health. Submitted to Journal of Rural Mental Health.

 Publications in Preparation

  1. *Delgado, H., Mojica, C., Chandler, K. D., Cancel-Tirado, D., Sano, Y., & Greder, K. (In preparation). Rural, low-income Latina mothers’ depressive symptoms and family nutrition and physical activity environment.
  2. Routh, B., Greder, K., Reina, A., Dyk, P., & Katras, M. (In Preparation 2023) Barriers and enablers to health for low-income rural mothers.
  3. Routh, B., Pylate. L, Feeney, S., Contreras, D., Intagliata, M.*, Wiles, B., Cancel-Tirado, D., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (In preparation). Resilient rural food systems. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.

Juried National and International Presentations

  1. Arreola, H., Big Eagle, T., Morris, J., Kaur, P., & Sano, Y. &. (April, 2023). Fighting to thrive: Overcoming healthcare barriers with resilience. Poster presentation at the annual research showcase at Washington State University, Vancouver, WA.
  2. Big Eagle, Sano, Y., Arreola, H., Morris, J., & Kaur, P. (October, 2022). “We do what we have to make do”: Agency and access to healthcare in rural Communities. Oral presentation at the annual meeting of Co-Occurring Disorders and Treatment conference, Yakima, WA.
  3. Chandler, K. D., & Cancel-Tirado, D. (2023, February). Rural Families Speak about Resilience: A family science-public health collaboration [Presentation]. College of Public Health and Human Sciences Research Seminar, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.
  4. Greder, K., Bao, J., & Cancel-Tirado, D. (2022, December). Role of acculturative stress in relationship between maternal depression and rural Midwest Latino children’s behaviors [Poster]. Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Construction of the ‘Other’: Development, Consequences, and Applied Implications of Prejudice and Discrimination, December, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
  5. Greder, K., Bao, J., & Cancel-Tirado, D. (2022, December). Role of acculturative stress in relationship between maternal depression and rural Midwest Latino children’s behaviors [Poster]. Society for Research in Child Development Special Topic Meeting: Construction of the ‘Other’: Development, Consequences, and Applied Implications of Prejudice and Discrimination, December, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico.
  6. Intagliata, M., Routh, B., Pylate, L., Feeney, S., Contreras, D., Wiles, B., Cancel-Tirado, D., Greder, K., & Sano, Y. (2023) Education and Rural Food Systems Resilience. National Council on Family Relations.
  7. Mader, B., Buys, D., Washburn, L., Vincent, J., O’Neal, L. J., & Burton, D. (2023, May). Exploring the intersection of Cooperative Extension and public health [Panel]. National Health Outreach Conference, Ithaca, NY.
  8. O’Neal, L. J. (2023, May). Workshops to promote health equity in rural communities [Poster Presentation]. National Rural Health Association Health Equity Conference, San Diego, CA.
  9. O’Neal, L. J., Berg, A.C., Still Brown, C., & Hosig, K. (2023, May). Cooperative Extension Systems (CES) and Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) Programs: Community engagement and partnerships to advance health equity [Panel]. National Health Outreach Conference, Ithaca, NY.
  10. O’Neal, L. J., & Griffin, K. (2023, May). Live COVID SMART: Developing a chronic disease prevention and management telehealth education program to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 in rural communities [Paper Presentation]. National Health Outreach Conference, Ithaca, NY.
  11. O’Neal, L. J., Jackson, R., & Edwards, A. (2023, March). Assessing community-level response to COVID-19: Perspectives of rural African Americans during a global pandemic [Paper Presentation]. Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  12. O’Neal, L. J., & Vilaro, M. (2023, May). Is Cooperative Extension built for telehealth? Assessing systems-level factors influencing implementation of telehealth via Cooperative Extension in rural communities [Paper Presentation]. National Health Outreach Conference, Ithaca, NY.
  13. Pylate, L. B. P., Hardman, A. M., Elmore-Staton, L., Downey, L. H., & Wilmoth, J. D. (2022, November). Family support in recovery from alcohol and other drugs: Reflections of helpful and unhelpful behaviors. [Poster presentation]. National Council on Family Relations Annual Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
  14. Radunovich, H. L., Rossi, M., Parisi, M., Parker, J.***, & Younker, T. (2023, November). Understanding the health and mental health needs of rural veterans, and how Extension can help. Presentation for the National Council on Family Relations Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  15. Radunovich, H. L. & Parker, J.*** (2023, September). How are rural veterans doing? What rural veterans have to say about their needs and access to care. Presentation for the National Association for Rural Mental Health Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
  16. Radunovich, H. L. (2023, June). Understanding the needs of military and veteran families: What FACS and FCS Extension educators need to know. Presentation for the AAFCS annual conference, Baltimore, MD.
  17. Routh, B., Feeney, S., Wiles, B., Intagliata, M., Cancel-Tirado, D., Contreras, D., Pylate, L., Sano, Y., & Greder, K. (2023, July). Resilient rural food access [Poster]. Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior’s Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
  18. Routh, B., Feeney, S., Wiles, B., Intagliata, M., Cancel-Tirado, D., Contreras, D., Pylate, L., Sano, Y., & Greder, K. (2023, July). Resilient rural food access. Poster presentation at the 2023 Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior’s Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
  19. Routh, B., Intagliata, M., Contreras, D. A., Feeney, S., Pylate, L., & Wiles, B. B. (2023). There has got to be a way: Pandemic food insecurity relief processes and partnerships among rural schools and community organizations. National Council on Family Relations.
  20. Sano, Y., Berry, A., & Sneed, C. (November, 2022). Extension’s role in promoting food security and nutrition in rural communities. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, MN.
  21. Sano, Y., Big Eagle, T., Morris, J., Arreola, H., & Dyk, P. H. (2023). Remember this, our favorite town: Agency and access to healthcare in rural communities. National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Orlando, FL.
  22. Wiles, B. B., Dyk, P.H., Pylate, L., & Sano, Y. (2023). I see the states across this big nation: Policy implications for conducting multi-state, rural community research among 17 land-grant universities. National Council on Family Relations.
  23. Wiles, B., Kluste, A., Blodgett, R., & Dyk, P.H. (2022, November). Remain in light: Resilience processes in rural communities during the pandemic [Poster]. National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Minneapolis, MN.

Live Webinars held as part of the Rural Families Speak about Resilience Series

(Lead facilitator: Brianna Routh; planners/facilitators: Barnett, Chandler, Dyk, Ontai, Sano, and other project members)

  1. Greder K, Garcia Fine R, (2023) Engaging rural Latinx immigrant families in health outreach. Relying on Rural Resilience Webinar. Routh, B Facilitator [Webinar] RRR: Latinx Family Outreach | Rural Families Speak
  2. Pylate, L. Boyd, M. (2023) Connecting Rural Families in Recovery Programs. Relying on Rural Resilience Webinar. Routh, B. Facilitator [Webinar]
  3. Wiles, B. (2023) This must be the place: Examples of rural community approaches to meeting early care and education needs. Relying on Rural Resilience Webinar. Routh, B Facilitator [Webinar] RRR: Early Child Care | Rural Families Speak

 Other Outreach

  1. O’Neal, L. J. (March 2023). Advancing Rural Health Equity through Cooperative Extension. Project ECHO Webinar Series, Florida Rural Health Association. https://vimeo.com/803629802
  2. Routh, B. (2023) Local Food Systems at Montana State University Extension. MSU President’s Bus Tour Across Montana. [Invited speaker]
  3. Routh, B., Finch, K, & Decker, K. (2023) Engaging Kids in the Kitchen. http://store.msuextension.org/publications/HomeHealthandFamily/MT202303HR.pdf 

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