Greater Lawndale Healthy Work Manuscript:
Velonis AJ, Hebert-Beirne J, Conroy LM, Hernandez M, Castaneda D, Forst L.Impact of precarious work on neighborhood health: Concept mapping by a community/academic partnership.Am J Ind Med.2020 Jan;63(1):23-35.doi: 10.1002/ajim.23055.Epub 2019 Oct 15.PubMed PMID: 31613400.
Rospenda, K.M., Hebert-Beirne, J., Conroy, L., Castaneda, D., Gonzalez, S. Berumen, T., Forst, L., and The Greater Lawndale healthy Work Project Research Team. (November 9, 2019). Precarious employment and community health in a high hardship community: Data from the Greater Lawndale Healthy Work Survey. Poster to be presented at Work, Stress, and Health 2019, Philadelphia, PA.
Velonis, A. J., Hebert‐Beirne, J., Conroy, L. M., Hernandez, M., Castaneda, D., & Forst, L. (2020). Impact of precarious work on neighborhood health: Concept mapping by a community/academic partnership. American journal of industrial medicine, 63(1), 23-35.
Greater Lawndale Healthy Work Emerging Themes 12 Focus Groups:
Purpose of Focus Groups: To engage residents in a facilitated discussion around a set of questions to explore how work is experienced in the community and how it impacts community health in order to identify community-level interventions to promote healthy work.
Research Questions: How to residents in the Greater Lawndale area experience work? How do the experiences of work of residents impact health at the community level?
Little Village Community Health Assessment Manuscripts that Reference Greater Lawndale Healthy Work:
Hebert-Beirne, J., Felner, J. K., Kennelly, J., Eldeirawi, K., Mayer, A., Alexander, S., … & Birman, D. (2018). Partner development praxis: The use of transformative communication spaces in a community-academic participatory action research effort in a Mexican ethnic enclave in Chicago. Action Research, 16(4), 414-436
Hebert-Beirne, J., Hernandez, S. G., Felner, J., Schwiesow, J., Mayer, A., Rak, K., … & Kennelly, J. (2018). Using community-driven, participatory qualitative inquiry to discern nuanced community health needs and assets of Chicago’s La Villita, a Mexican immigrant neighborhood. Journal of community health, 43(4), 775-786.
Hernandez, S. G., Genkova, A., Castañeda, Y., Alexander, S., & Hebert-Beirne, J. (2017). Oral histories as critical qualitative inquiry in community health assessment. Health Education & Behavior, 44(5), 705-715.