All Publications

Tidd, M., Shiyanbola, O., Ford, J. H., 2nd, & Richert, L. (2022). Assessing the use of an infographic on pre-exposure prophylaxis for Wisconsin community pharmacists. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association : JAPhA, S1544-3191(22)00238-2. Advance online publication.
Shiyanbola, O. O., Rao, D., Kuehl, S., Bolt, D., Ward, E., & Brown, C. (2022). Psychometric evaluation of a culturally adapted illness perception questionnaire for African Americans with type 2 diabetes. BMC public health, 22(1), 741.
Bader, M., Zheng, L., Rao, D., Shiyanbola, O., Myers, L., Davis, T., O'Leary, C., McKee, M., Wolf, M., & Assaf, A. R. (2022). Towards a more patient-centered clinical trial process: A systematic review of interventions incorporating health literacy best practices. Contemporary clinical trials, 106733. Advance online publication.
Shiyanbola, O. O., Maurer, M. A., Virrueta, N., Walbrandt Pigarelli, D. L., Huang, Y. M., Unni, E. J., & Smith, P. D. (2022). Feasibility of a Randomized Controlled Mixed Methods Trial to Address Health Literacy, Beliefs, Medication Adherence, and Self-Efficacy (ADHERE) in a Clinical Pharmacist-Led Clinic. Patient preference and adherence, 16, 679–696.
Maurer, M. A., Shiyanbola, O. O., Mott, M. L., & Means, J. (2022). Engaging Patient Advisory Boards of African American Community Members with Type 2 Diabetes in Implementing and Refining a Peer-Led Medication Adherence Intervention. Pharmacy (Basel, Switzerland), 10(2), 37.
Tarfa, A., Pecanac, K., & Shiyanbola, O. (2021). Patients, Social Workers, and Pharmacists' Perceptions of Barriers to Providing HIV Care in Community Pharmacies in the United States. Pharmacy (Basel, Switzerland), 9(4), 178.
Huang, Y. M., & Shiyanbola, O. O. (2021). Investigation of Barriers and Facilitators to Medication Adherence in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Across Different Health Literacy Levels: An Explanatory Sequential Mixed Methods Study. Frontiers in pharmacology, 12, 745749.
Shiyanbola, O. O., Rao, D., Bolt, D., Brown, C., Zhang, M., & Ward, E. (2021). Using an exploratory sequential mixed methods design to adapt an Illness Perception Questionnaire for African Americans with diabetes: the mixed data integration process. Health psychology and behavioral medicine, 9(1), 796–817.
Rao, D., Meyer, J., Maurer, M., & Shiyanbola, O. O. (2021). Perceptions of psychosocial and interpersonal factors affecting self-management behaviors among African Americans with diabetes. Exploratory research in clinical and social pharmacy, 3, 100057.
Rao, D., & Shiyanbola, O. O. (2021). Best practices for conducting and writing mixed methods research in social pharmacy. Research in social & administrative pharmacy : RSAP, S1551-7411(21)00156-X. Advance online publication.