Publications and Presentations

1. *Kang, H., Chae, S., & Kim, M (2023) Perinatal women’s experiences of childbirth and parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic: A qualitative descriptive study. Health Care for Women International.

2. *Jun, J., Tubbs Cooley, H., O'Mathúna, D. P., Kim, M., Pignatiello, G., Fitzpatrick, J. J., & Tucker, S. (2022). Individual and work-related characteristics associated with COVID-19 vaccination status among Ohio Nurses. Policy, politics & nursing practice, 15271544221141060. Advance online publication.

3. †Kim, M., & Kue, J. (2022). Commentary on patient-provider communication quality, 2002-2016: A population-based study of trends and racial differences. Medical Care, 60(5), 321–323.

4. *Fitzpatrick, J. J., Pignatiello, G., Kim, M., Jun, J., O'Mathúna, D. P., Duah, H. O., Taibl, J., & Tucker, S. (2022). Moral Injury, nurse well-being, and resilience among nurses practicing during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Journal of nursing administration, 52(7-8), 392–398.

5. *Kim M. (2022). Barriers to HPV Vaccination Among Korean Men in the United States. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 26(3), 324–327.

6. *Kim, D., Lee, H., & Kim, M. (2021). Overview of human papillomavirus vaccination policy changes and its impact in the United States: Lessons learned and challenges for the future. Public health nursing, 38(3), 396–405. Adjei Boakye, E.,

7. *Babatunde, O. A., Wang, M., Osazuwa-Peters, N., Jenkins, W., Lee, M., & Kim, M. (2021). Geographic variation in human papillomavirus vaccination initiation and completion among young adults in the U.S. American journal of preventive medicine, 60(3), 387–396.

8. *Kim, M., Lee, H., Kiang, P., Aronowitz, T., Sheldon, L. K., Shi, L., & Allison, J. J. (2020). 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 Education & Behavior, 47(2), 258–263.

9. *Kim, M., Lee, H., & Allison, J. (2020). Challenges and lessons learned from a mobile health, web-based human papillomavirus intervention for female Korean American college students: Feasibility experimental study. JMIR formative research, 4(1), e14111.

10. *Kim, M., Lee, H., Kiang, P., Aronowitz, T., Sheldon, L. K., Shi, L., Kim, S., & Allison, J. (2019). HPV vaccination and Korean American college women: cultural factors, knowledge, and attitudes in cervical cancer prevention. Journal of community health, 44(4), 646–655.

11. *Lee, H., Kim, M., Cooley, M. E., Kiang, P. N., Kim, D., Tang, S., Shi, L., Thiem, L., Kan, P., Peou, S., Touch, C., Chea, P., & Allison, J. (2018). Using narrative intervention for HPV vaccine behavior change among Khmer mothers and daughters: A pilot RCT to examine feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary effectiveness. Applied nursing research, 40, 51–60.

12. *Lee, H., Kim, D., Kiang, P. N., Cooley, M. E., Shi, L., Thiem, L., Kan, P., Chea, P., Allison, J., & Kim, M. (2021). Awareness, knowledge, social norms, and vaccination intentions among Khmer mother-daughter pairs. Ethnicity & health, 26(3), 379–391.

13. *Kim, M., Lee, H., Kiang, P., & Kim, D. (2017). Human papillomavirus: A qualitative study of korean american female college students' attitudes toward vaccination. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 21(5), E239–E247.

14. *Lee, H., Kim, M., Allison, J., & Kiang, P. (2017). Development of a theory-guided storytelling narrative intervention to improve HPV vaccination behavior: Save our daughters from cervical cancer. Applied nursing research, 34, 57–61.

15. *Allison, J. J., Nguyen, H. L., Ha, D. A., Chiriboga, G., Ly, H. N., Tran, H. T., Phan, N. T., Vu, N. C., Kim, M., & Goldberg, R. J. (2016). 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, 17, 26.

16. *Lee, H., Kim, M., Kiang, P., Shi, L., Tan, K., Chea, P., Peou, S., & Grigg-Saito, D. C. (2016). Factors associated with hpv vaccination among Cambodian American teenagers. Public health nursing, 33(6), 493–501.

17. *Kim, M, Lee, H., Kiang, P., Watanabe, P., Torres, M. I., Halon, P., Shi, L., & Church, D. R. (2015). Debunking the myth: low knowledge levels of HBV infection among Asian American college students. Asia-Pacific journal of oncology nursing, 2(1), 8–16.

18. *Lee, H., Kiang, P., Kim, M., Semino-Asaro, S., Colten, M. E., Tang, S. S., Chea, P., Peou, S., & Grigg-Saito, D. C. (2015). Using qualitative methods to develop a contextually tailored instrument: Lessons learned. Asia-Pacific journal of oncology nursing, 2(3), 192–202.

19. *Lee, H., Kim, S. S., You, K. S., Park, W., Yang, J. H., Kim, M., & Hayman, L. L. (2014). Asian flushing: genetic and sociocultural factors of alcoholism among East Asians. Gastroenterology Nursing, 37(5), 327–336.

Non Peer-Reviewed Articles

1. Kim, M. (2020). A simple way to promote HPV vaccination among Asian American women: Storytelling. The Conversation.

Position Statements

1. Amplifying Asian Voices. (September 7, 2021).


Non-Print/Online Materials

1. Kim, M. (2021). A Nurse’s Mission to Erase Asian Hate. Nurses’ Station at Regis University.

2. Kim, M. (2020). Minjin Kim focused on health disparities among Asian American women. UMassMedNOW.

3. Kim, M. (2018). Panelists square off over legislator’s push for state agencies to collect data on Asian Americans. Westford News.