Dr. Minjin Kim is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Kim is committed to cancer prevention and implementation science using innovative technology-based storytelling interventions to address health disparities and promote health equity among the various populations. She has contributed to several community-based participatory research projects to develop and test culturally appropriate interventions related to the prevention of hepatitis B, and HPV-associated cancers, particularly among Asian Americans. She is an expert in the development of digital storytelling interventions using innovative methods for trial-based delivery technology tools to improve recruitment, engagement, and retention. She is also keen on researching cross-cultural and cross-generational health communication and mental health issues among immigrants. She is a co-editor of the book, "The 1.5 Generation Korean Diaspora A Comparative Understanding of Identity, Culture, and Transnationalism."
Assistant professor, University of Cincinnati College of Nursing
A Storytelling Intervention in a Mobile, Web-Based Platform: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate the Preliminary Effectiveness to Promote Human Papillomavirus Vaccination in Korean American College Women., Health Educ Behav.
Challenges and Lessons Learned From a Mobile Health, Web-Based Human Papillomavirus Intervention for Female Korean American College Students: Feasibility Experimental Study., JMIR Form Res.
Development and acceptability of a peer-paired, cross-cultural and cross-generational storytelling HPV intervention for Korean American college women., Health Educ Res.
HPV Vaccination and Korean American College Women: Cultural Factors, Knowledge, and Attitudes in Cervical Cancer Prevention., J Community Health.
Awareness, knowledge, social norms, and vaccination intentions among Khmer mother-daughter pairs., Ethn Health.
Using narrative intervention for HPV vaccine behavior change among Khmer mothers and daughters: A pilot RCT to examine feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness., Appl Nurs Res.
Human Papillomavirus: A Qualitative Study of Korean American Female College Students' Attitudes Toward Vaccination., Clin J Oncol Nurs.
Development of a theory-guided storytelling narrative intervention to improve HPV vaccination behavior: Save our daughters from cervical cancer., Appl Nurs Res.
Factors associated with HPV vaccination among Cambodian American teenagers. , Public Health Nursing
Culturally adaptive storytelling method to improve hypertension control in Vietnam - "We talk about our hypertension": study protocol for a feasibility cluster-randomized controlled trial., Trials
Using qualitative methods to develop a contextually tailored instrument: Lessons learned., Asia Pac J Oncol Nurs.
Debunking the myth: Low knowledge levels of HBV infection among Asian American college students., Asia-Pacific Journal of Oncology Nursing
Asian flushing: genetic and sociocultural factors of alcoholism among East Asians. , Gastroenterol Nurs.