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Mar 2022

Violence against women (VAW) can result in long-term and varied sequela for survivors, making it difficult to evaluate healthcare intervention. This study seeks to improve understanding of the healthcare experiences of women survivors prior to a violence-related diagnosis, allowing...

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Sinko L, Ortiz R, Islam N, Fredrickson A, Sheils NE, Buresh J, Cronholm PF, Matone M

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Mar 2022

Chronic parental stress may negatively impact health among both parents and children. Adverse neighborhood social conditions like crime may increase stress while a supportive neighborhood may buffer stress and promote well-being. Our objective was to examine associations between ne...

Authors:

Mayne SL, DiFiore G, Hannan C, Virudachalam S, Glanz K, Fiks AG

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Feb 2022

This qualitative study aimed to determine how men and gender diverse individuals who have sex with men describe their perceived risk of HIV and what factors influence this risk assessment. We conducted in-depth, virtual interviews with 18 HIV-negative individuals from Philadelphia,...

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Resnick D, Schapira MM, Andrews ME, Essoka-Lasenberry A, Davis-Voge A, Bauermeister JA, Wood SM

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Jul 2021

Disruptions in sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic threaten to impact STI service delivery for adolescents. Within a large pediatric primary care network, we compared STI testing encounters between the pandemic period and an anal...

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Bonett S, Petsis D, Dowshen N, Bauermeister J, Wood SM 

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Feb 2022

Pregnancy complications may recur and are associated with potentially modifiable risks. The role of interconception preventive care in reducing repeat pregnancy complications is understudied. This retrospective cohort used 2007-2012 Medicaid claims from 12 states. Included women wh...

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Gregory EF, Passarella M, Levine LD, Lorch SA

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Mar 2022

Gender-affirming care (GAC) is critical to the well-being of transgender and gender diverse youth and was limited by COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. Telehealth created opportunities for youth to continue receiving lifesaving care. We examined the attitudes of patients (n=21) and care...

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Apple DE, Lett E, Wood S, Freeman Baber K, Chuo J, Schwartz LA, Petsis D, Faust H, Dowshen N

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Dec 2021

We sought to aggregate common barriers and facilitators to screening adolescents for sensitive health topics (e.g., depression, chlamydia) in primary care, as well as those that are unique to a given health topic. We conducted a literature search of three databases (PsycInfo, MEDLI...

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Davis M, Hoskins K, Phan M, Hoffacker C, Reilly M, Fugo PB, Young JF, Beidas RS

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