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  1. Constructing an “HIV-Killer”: HIV Non-Disclosure and the Techniques of Vilification, Erica R. Speakman, Deviant Behavior (2017)

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  2. HIV and the criminalisation of drug use among people who inject drugs: a systematic review, Kara DeBeck et al, Lancet (2017)

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  3. Prevalence and Correlates of Youth Homelessness in the United States, Matthew H. Morton, Ph.D. et. al., Journal of Adolescent Health 62: 14-21 (2018)

    Based on a nationally representative survey, researchers found a twelve-month household prevalence of homelessness of 4.3% for households with 13-17-year-olds and 12.5% for households with 18-25-year-olds, as well as a population prevalence of 9.7% among ...

    admin - 3/30/2018 3:22pm

  4. Abstinence-Only-Until-Marriage: An Updated Review of U.S. Policies and Programs and Their Impact, John S. Santelli et al., 61 Journal of Adolescent Health 273-80 (2017)

    This review of abstinence-only-until-marriage (AOUM) policies and programs in the U.S. concludes they fall short of the goal to raise sexually healthy adults. A number of reviews and meta-analyses of AOUM programs found no scientific evidence that they he ...

    admin - 9/22/2017 1:48pm

  5. Integrated Community Strategies for Linking Youth to Adolescent Reproductive Health Services: A Case Study, Joy Sotolongo, M.S. et al., 60 Journal of Adolescent Health 45-50 (2017).

    This article describes the development and promotion of a Teen Wellness Center (TWC)—a teen-centered, full-service clinic—intended to increase teen access to contraceptive and reproductive health care. Responding to historically high rates of teen birth i ...

    admin - 6/8/2017 2:48pm

  6. Karen M. Abram et al., Disparities in HIV/AIDS Risk Behaviors After Youth Leave Detention: A 14-Year Longitudinal Study, 139 Pediatrics 2 (2017)

    This study examines HIV/AIDS risk behaviors in delinquent youth during the 14 years after leaving juvenile detention settings, with a focus on gender and racial/ethnic differences. The study, based on 1829 subjects, sought to explain, for example, why Bla ...

    admin - 6/8/2017 2:46pm

  7. How Police Entanglement with Immigration Enforcement Puts LGBTQ Lives at Risk, Sharita Gruberg, Center for American Progress (2017)

    This report from the Center for American Progress highlights how LGBTQ people and people living with HIV face unique challenges under the dual pressures of immigration enforcement and traditional law enforcement, especially as the Trump administration inc ...

    admin - 5/11/2017 4:03pm

  8. Association of HIV diagnosis rates and laws criminalizing HIV exposure in the United States, Sweeney, P., et. al., AIDS (2017)

    In April 2017, the journal  AIDS  pre-released an article by researchers from the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The article describes findings from their study assessing the relationship between laws criminalizi ...

    admin - 5/9/2017 4:52pm

  9. Ending HIV: Stigma, Fear-Based Policing, and Criminalization in Louisiana Through Training of Law Enforcement and Prosecutors, Stefanie Nicole Stephens, Southern University Law Review (2017)

    This law review article summarizes the science of HIV and the historical background of HIV and HIV-related stigmas in the United States (“U.S.”). It delves into statistics about HIV diagnoses in the U.S. and Louisiana, and the disproportionate impact that ...

    admin - 5/9/2017 2:40pm

  10. A Rights-Based Approach to Sexuality Education: Conceptualization, Clarification, and Challenges, Nancy Berglas & Emily J. Ozer, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health (2014)

    This article explores the scope of a rights-based approach to sexuality education. Presenting findings from in-depth interviews of U.S. and international sexuality education experts, the article defines this framework as encompassing four elements: (1) a ...

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