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  1. Sexual Orientation Differences in Adolescent Health Care Access and Health-Promoting Physician Advice, Jeremy W. Luk, Ph.D. et al., Journal of Adolescent Health 61: 555-561 (2017).

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    admin - 7/31/2018 4:19pm

  2. Adolescent to Adult HIV Health Care Transition From the Perspective of Adult Providers in the United States, Amanda E. Tanner, Ph.D., M.P.H. et al., Journal of Adolescent Health 61: 434-49 (2017)

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    admin - 4/27/2018 3:18pm

  3. A Moral Case for Universal Healthcare for Runaway and Homeless Youth, Scott B. Harpin et al., International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare 10:196-202 (2017)

    In arguing for universal, youth-centered health care to promote wellness among runaway and homeless youth, the authors use a framework of social determinants of health (SDH)—the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age, and the wider ...

    admin - 2/28/2018 3:26pm

  4. Cost-Effectiveness of HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis for People Who Inject Drugs in the United States, Cora L. Bernard, MS et al., Annals of Internal Medicine (2016)

    Many trials have shown daily oral preexposure prophylaxis (PrEP) can prevent HIV transmission. PrEP treatment is expensive, however, costing $10,000 annually even without regular HIV screening and adverse effects assessment recommended by the CDC. This em ...

    admin - 7/14/2016 10:56am

  5. The ACA and People with HIV: An Update, Lindsey Dawson et. al., The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation (2016)

    This report examines the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) effects on people living with HIV in California, Florida, New York, Georgia, and Texas, using focus groups conducted with people insured under the ACA in California and New York and people who remain un ...

    admin - 6/14/2016 3:46pm

  6. “Notify Your Partners – It’s the Law”: HIV Providers and Mandatory Disclosure, Bronwen Lichtenstein, PhD, Kathryn Whetten, PhD, and Casey Rubenstein, MSW, Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (2013)

    This study examines HIV counseling practices in Alabama and North Carolina – states with different HIV control laws but similar HIV epidemiology. Both states require mandatory disclosure, but North Carolina’s public health code features an additional seve ...

    admin - 5/6/2018 12:08pm

  7. Public Health Consequences of State Immigration Laws, Vivianne R. Aponte-Rivera, MD and Boadie W. Dunlop, MD, Southern Medical Association (2011)

    This article discusses Georgia’s anti-immigrant law, the Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act of 2011, which targets not only undocumented persons, but also individuals who may be considered as helping an undocumented immigrant avoid detection b ...

    admin - 3/24/2014 12:07pm

  8. HIV Discrimination in Dental Care: Results of a Testing Study in Los Angeles County, Brad Sears, Christian Cooper, Fariba S. Younai, and Tom Donohoe, 45 Loy. L.A. L. Rev. 909 (2012)

    Pervasive discrimination against people living with HIV persists in the health care field in violation of state and federal law. In a study of HIV discrimination in dental care in Los Angeles County, the authors found that refusal to provide services to p ...

    admin - 3/31/2016 9:55am

  9. Community-Based HIV Prevention Interventions that Combat Anti-Gay Stigma for Men Who Have Sex with Men and for Transgender Women, Sean Cahill, Robert Valadéz, and Sabina Ibarrola, Journal of Public Health Policy (2012)

    This article identifies the specific components of community-level and structural-level HIV prevention interventions targeting men who have sex with men that have proven effective in reducing homophobia and affirming the healthy formation of gay and trans ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 4/6/2018 3:28pm

  10. Less Encouraging Lessons from the Front Lines: Barriers to Implementation of an Emergency Department-Based HIV Screening Program, B.Mumma and B.Suffoletto, Annals of Emergency Medicine (2011)

    This study outlines results from a pilot program to integrate HIV screening into emergency department care. The authors encountered significant barriers to the screening program and, in this paper, make recommendations to address those barriers. The pilot ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/6/2018 3:52pm

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