- Community-based participatory research as a strategy for healthy public policy
- Community and policy approaches to healthy retail for tobacco control and decreasing food insecurity
- Policy and other structural barriers to decreasing recidivism
- Improving prevention and control of emerging infectious diseases through enhanced community involvement
- Critical perspectives on aging and health
Minkler, M. (2012) Community Organizing and Community Building for Health and Welfare (3rd edition). Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Minkler, M and Wallerstein, N. (2008) Community Based Participatory Research for health: From Processes to Outcomes (2nd edition). San Francisco, CA.: Jossey-Bass.
Minkler, M. and C. Estes. (1998) Critical Gerontology: Perspectives from Political and Moral Economy. Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Company, 1998.
Minkler, M and Roe, KM. (1993) Grandmothers as Caregivers: Raising the children of the Crack Cocaine Epidemic. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishers.
Selected Peer-Reviewed Articles
Chopel, A, Minkler, M, Nuru-Jeter, A and Dunbar, M (in press). Social determinants of late stage HIV Diagnosis and its distributions among African Americans and Latinos: A critical literature review. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice.
Flood, J, Minkler, M, Estrada, J, Hennessey-Lavery, S and Falbe, J. (2015). Healthy Retail as a strategy for tobacco control and food Justice: A case study of Collective Impact. Health Education and Behavior. 1090198115577372.
Marais, F, Minkler, M, Gibson, N, Mwau, B, Mehtar, S, Ogunsola, F, Banya, SS, and Corburn, J. (2015). A community-engaged infection prevention and control approach to Ebola Health Promotion International doi: 10.1093/heapro/dav003
Cacari-Stone, L., Wallerstein, N., Garcia, A. P., & Minkler, M. (2014). The Promise of Community-Based Participatory Research for Health Equity: A Conceptual Model for Bridging Evidence With Policy. American Journal of Public Health, 104(9), 1615–1623. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2014.301961
Malinowski, B., Minkler, M., & Stock, L. (2015). Labor Unions: A Public Health Institution. American Journal of Public Health, 105(2), 261-271.
Minkler, M., Salvatore, A. L., Chang, C., Gaydos, M., San Liu, S., Lee, P. T., Bhatia, R. and Krause, N. (2014). Wage Theft as a Neglected Public Health Problem: An Overview and Case Study From San Francisco’s Chinatown District. American Journal of Public Health, 104(6), 1010-1020.
Udoh, I, Minkler, M, Dillard Smith, C, Chopel, A, Walton, S et al. (2013). Developing and using a partnership covenant to guide a study of late stage HIV diagnosis. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: research, education, and action, 7(4), 403-411.
Fuller Thomson, E, Nuru-Jeter, A, Richardson, D, Raza, F and Minkler, M (2013). The Hispanic Paradox and Older Adults’ Disabilities: Is There a Healthy Migrant Effect? International J of Environmental Research in Public Health ISSN 1660-4601 www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph
Garcia, A.P., Cardenas, Z., Porter, C., Grills, C. & M. Minkler (2013). Engaging homeless youth in Community-based participatory research: A case study from Skid Row, Los Angeles. Health Promotion & Practice. 15(1), 18-27, 6(1), 17-26.
Wallerstein, N, Mendes, R, Minkler, M and Akermanm M. (2011). Reclaiming the social in community movements: perspectives from America and Brasil/South America: 25 Years after Ottawa. Health Promotion International 26(S2): 11226-ii236.
Prata, N., Ejembi, C., Fraser, A., Shittu, O., & Minkler, M. (2012). Community mobilization to reduce postpartum hemorrhage in home births in northern Nigeria. Social Science & Medicine, 74(8), 1288-1296.
Chibber, KS, Krishnan, S and Minkler, M. (2011). Physician practices in response to intimate partner violence in southern India: insights from a qualitative study. Women & Health. 51(2):168-85.
Gonzalez, P, Minkler, M, Gordon, M, Garcia, AP et al., (2011). Community-Based - Participatory Research and Policy Advocacy to Reduce Diesel Exposure in West Oakland, California. American Journal of Public Health. 101(S1): S166-175.
Minkler, M, Garcia, AP, Williams, J, LoPresti, T, Lilly, J. (2010). Si Se Puede: Using participatory research to promote environmental justice in a Latino community in San Diego, California. Journal of Urban Health. Sep; 87(5): 796-812.
Catalani, C and Minkler, M (2010). Photovoice: A review of the literature in health and public health. Health Education and Behavior 37(3): 424-451.
Minkler, M. (2010). Linking Science and Policy Through Community-Based Participatory Research to Eliminate Health Disparities. American Journal of Public Health 100 (Supplement 1): S81-87.
Fuller-Thomson, E., Yu, B., Nuru-Jeter, A., Guralnik, J.M., & Minkler, M. (2009). Basic ADL disability and functional limitation rates among older Americans from 2000-2005: The end of the decline? The Journal of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Science. 64(12):1333-6.
Minkler, M, Brechwich,VA Tajik, M., and Petersen, D. (2008). Promoting Environmental Justice Through Community-Based Participatory Research: The Role of Community and Partnership Capacity. Health Education and Behavior 35(1): 119-137.
Wilson, N, Minkler, M, Dasho, S, et al. (2008). Getting to Social Action: The Youth Empowerment Strategies (YES!) Project. Health Promotion Practice 9 (4).
Minkler, M., J. Hammel, C. Gill, S. Magasi, V. Breckwich Vásquez, M. Bristo, and D. Coleman. (2008). Community-Based Participatory Research in Disability and Long-Term Care Policy: A Case Study. Journal of Disability Policy Studies 19 (2): 114-126.
Neuhauser, L, Richardson, D, MacKenzie, S and Minkler, M. (2007). Transdisciplinary and translational research practice: Issues and models of doctoral education in public health. Journal of Research Practice 3(2).
Breckwich VA, Lanza D, Hennessey-Lavery S, Facente S., Halpin, H, Minkler, M. (2007). Addressing food security through public policy action in a Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership. Health Promotion Practice. 8(4): 342-349.
Minkler, M, Fuller-Thompson, E and Guralnik, J (2006). Gradient of Disability across the Socioeconomic Spectrum in the U.S. New England Journal of Medicine 355 (7): 43-51.