Natasha Crooks

Natasha Crooks

University of Illinois at Chicago

H-index: 12

North America-United States

About Natasha Crooks

Natasha Crooks, With an exceptional h-index of 12 and a recent h-index of 12 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Illinois at Chicago,

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Writing Qualitative Research Proposals Using the Pathway Project Mapping Tool

Food Choice and Dietary Perspectives of Young, Urban, Black Pregnant Women: A Focus Group Study

Strategies for engaging Black male caregivers in family-based research

Centering PrEP: utilizing ADAPT-ITT to inform group PrEP care for sex workers in Chicago

Experiences of sex workers in Chicago during COVID-19: a qualitative study

Growing up too “fast”: Black girls’ sexual development

The role of the strong black woman in black female sexual development

Application of ADAPT-ITT: adapting an evidence-based HIV/STI mother-daughter prevention intervention for Black male caregivers and girls

Natasha Crooks Information

University

University of Illinois at Chicago

Position

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Citations(all)

560

Citations(since 2020)

537

Cited By

97

hIndex(all)

12

hIndex(since 2020)

12

i10Index(all)

15

i10Index(since 2020)

14

Email

University Profile Page

University of Illinois at Chicago

Top articles of Natasha Crooks

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Writing Qualitative Research Proposals Using the Pathway Project Mapping Tool

International Journal of Qualitative Methods

Natasha Crooks

Sarah Abboud

Rohan Jeremiah

Alicia K Matthews

2024/4/4

Food Choice and Dietary Perspectives of Young, Urban, Black Pregnant Women: A Focus Group Study

Nutrients

Tristesse Catessa Jasmin Burton

Natasha Crooks

Lacey Pezley

Nefertiti OjiNjideka Hemphill

Yanqiao Li

...

2024/3/9

Strategies for engaging Black male caregivers in family-based research

Children and Youth Services Review

Natasha Crooks

Latrice Yates

Wuraola Sosina

Juquita Johnson

Alexis Strong

...

2024/2/1

Centering PrEP: utilizing ADAPT-ITT to inform group PrEP care for sex workers in Chicago

BMC public health

Randi Beth Singer

Janelli Barrow

Amy K Johnson

Jessica Zemlak

Natasha Crooks

...

2024/1/2

Experiences of sex workers in Chicago during COVID-19: a qualitative study

International journal of environmental research and public health

Randi Singer

Sarah Abboud

Amy K Johnson

Jessica L Zemlak

Natasha Crooks

...

2023/5/25

Growing up too “fast”: Black girls’ sexual development

Sex Roles

Natasha Crooks

Barbara King

Geri Donenberg

Jessica McDermott Sales

2023/8

The role of the strong black woman in black female sexual development

Archives of Sexual Behavior

Natasha Crooks

Rabiatu Barrie

Randi Singer

Geri Donenberg

2023/5

Application of ADAPT-ITT: adapting an evidence-based HIV/STI mother-daughter prevention intervention for Black male caregivers and girls

BMC Public Health

Natasha Crooks

Alyssa Debra

Diamond Coleman

Wuraola Sosina

Randi Singer

...

2023/7/26

Disseminating evidence-based interventions for adolescent HIV treatment and prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa

AIDS and Behavior

Millicent Atujuna

Joseph Tucker

Natasha Crooks

Brian Zanoni

Geri R Donenberg

2023/5

Experiences of gender-based violence among Somali refugee women: a socio-ecological model approach

Culture, Health & Sexuality

Comfort Tosin Adebayo

Oluwatoyin V Olukotun

Mary Olukotun

Jackline Kirungi

Kaboni Whitney Gondwe

...

2023/7/13

Uncovering the experience: return to work of nurses after parental leave

Journal of Emergency Nursing

Emily K Hill

Olivia M Bimbi

Natasha Crooks

Ryan Brown

Angela B Maeder

2023/3/1

Structural violence and stress experiences of young pregnant Black people

Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities

Mary Dawn Koenig

Natasha Crooks

Tristesse Burton

Yanqiao Li

Nefertiti OjiNjideka Hemphill

...

2023/6/12

Barriers to PrEP uptake among Black female adolescents and emerging adults

Preventive Medicine Reports

Natasha Crooks

Randi B Singer

Ariel Smith

Emily Ott

Geri Donenberg

...

2023/2/1

When Stigma, Disclosure, and Access to Care Collide: An Ethical Reflection of Mpox Vaccination Outreach

Public Health Reports

Lane Birch

Adam Bindert

Susy Macias

Ellis Luo

Patrick Nwanah

...

2023/10/16

Do parental protective factors matter? Predicting HIV/STI risk among a sample of justice-involved African-American girls

Children and Youth Services Review

Natasha Crooks

Shufang Sun

Akilah Wise

Ralph DiClemente

Jessica McDermott Sales

2023/6/1

Obstetric experiences of young black mothers: An intersectional perspective

Social Science & Medicine

Nefertiti OjiNjideka Hemphill

Natasha Crooks

Wenqiong Zhang

Fareeha Fitter

Katherine Erbe

...

2023/1/1

Investigating longitudinal associations between racial microaggressions, coping, racial/ethnic identity, and mental health in Black girls and women

Journal of Research on Adolescence

Aerika Brittian Loyd

Esra Kürüm

Natasha Crooks

Anabelle Maya

Erin Emerson

...

2022/3

Application: Addressing Sexual Health Disparities Among Black Girls and Women

Natasha Crooks

2022/11/8

“It just took something from me”: A mixed-methods examination of intimate partner violence victimization and perpetration among US Indigenous peoples.

Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy

Catherine E McKinley

2022/1

Teen dating violence interventions for sexual minority youth: A scoping review

Ariel U Smith

Randi Singer

Janna Jann

Natasha Crooks

2022/7/5

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Natasha Crooks FAQs

What is Natasha Crooks's h-index at University of Illinois at Chicago?

The h-index of Natasha Crooks has been 12 since 2020 and 12 in total.

What are Natasha Crooks's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Writing Qualitative Research Proposals Using the Pathway Project Mapping Tool

Food Choice and Dietary Perspectives of Young, Urban, Black Pregnant Women: A Focus Group Study

Strategies for engaging Black male caregivers in family-based research

Centering PrEP: utilizing ADAPT-ITT to inform group PrEP care for sex workers in Chicago

Experiences of sex workers in Chicago during COVID-19: a qualitative study

Growing up too “fast”: Black girls’ sexual development

The role of the strong black woman in black female sexual development

Application of ADAPT-ITT: adapting an evidence-based HIV/STI mother-daughter prevention intervention for Black male caregivers and girls

...

are the top articles of Natasha Crooks at University of Illinois at Chicago.

What is Natasha Crooks's total number of citations?

Natasha Crooks has 560 citations in total.