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Mathew Joseph reports on immigrants’ acculturation and cardiometabolic risk

(Sept. 23, 2019) – Nitha Mathew Joseph, PhD, RN, assistant professor in the Department of Undergraduate Studies, is lead author of a new article in the international Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

Mathew Joseph, N., Misra, R., & Wang, J. (04 September 2019). Mediating Role of Acculturation and Lifestyle Behaviors on Cardiometabolic Risk Among a National Sample of U.S. Asian Indians. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Healthdoi:10.1007/s10903-019-00930-5

Mathew Joseph presented these study findings in June 2018 at the American Diabetic Association’s 78th Scientific Sessions both in the media and scientific presentation. The investigators explored the mediating role of lifestyle behaviors on the relationship between acculturation and cardiometabolic risk factors among Asian Indians using the Diabetes in Indian Americans national study.


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Nitha Mathew Joseph, PhD, RN, CNE

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