Lauren Parker, PhD, MPH, examines how home-and-community based supports address the cultural needs of Black and Hispanic caregivers.
Experiences & Accomplishments
Honors & Awards
- Parker, L. J., Fabius, C., Rivers, E., & Taylor, J. L. (2021). Is Dementia-Specific Caregiving Compared With Non-Dementia Caregiving Associated With Physical Difficulty Among Caregivers for Community-Dwelling Adults?. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 07334648211014352.
- Parker, L. J., & Fabius, C. D. (2020). Racial Differences in Respite Use among Black and White Caregivers for People Living with Dementia. Journal of Aging and Health, 0898264320951379.
- Parker, L. J., Gaugler, J. E., Samus, Q., & Gitlin, L. N. (2019). Adult Day Service Use Decreases Likelihood of a Missed Physician's Appointment Among Dementia Caregivers. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 67(7), 1467-1471.
- Nkimbeng, M. J., & Parker, L. J. (2021). Diverse, culturally rich approaches to family care in the United States. In Bridging the Family Care Gap (pp. 43-69). Academic Press.
- Sadarangani, T., Zagorski, W., Parker, L.J., & Missaelides, L. (2021). Identifying Research Priorities in Adult Day Centers to Support Evidence-Based Care of Vulnerable Older Adults. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 15(1), 127-131.