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Search Downloads: Publications (33) « DownloadsSort by: Title | Hits | DateNo "Magic Bullet": Exploring Community Mobilization Strategies Used in a Multi-site Community Based Randomized Controlled Trial: Project Accept (HPTN 043) (1507)VIPS- JAD 2005 Article (1203)VIPS- AJDAA 2010 Article (998)HIV Technology transfer in LA (developing resources for technology transfer among HIV/AIDS community-based organizations)- Secondary Outcome Paper (997)HIV Technology Transfer in LA (developing resources for technology transfer among HIV/AIDS community-based organizations)- Main Outcome Paper (AJPH) (992)VIPS- JSAT 2010 Article (972)Mobile Sensing Systems: From Ecosystems to Human Systems (961)Types of Female Partners Reported by Black Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women (MSMW) and Associations with Intercourse Frequency, Unprotected Sex and HIV and STI Prevalence.AIDS and Behavior (685)Analysis of AB999: Proposal to Mandate Condom Distribution in Prisons Would Reduce Correctional Facility Costs for Inmate Health Care in California (632)Slides: Methods to Improve the Efficiency of Screening for Multiple Mental Disorders (427)Getting to Wellness: A Roadmap for Improving the Health of Transgender Individuals in Los Angeles County. (338)Covered CA and PLWHA - Summary (335)Covered CA and PLWHA - Full analysis (330)NIMH Project Accept (HPTN 043) HIV/AIDS Community Mobilization (CM) to Promote Mobile HIV Voluntary Counseling and Testing (MVCT) in Rural Communities in Northern Thailand: Modifications by Experience (273)NIMH Project Accept (HPTN 043) (249)Acceptability of mobile smartphone application-based HIV prevention for young men who have sex with men (221)National study of the roll of recent illicit substance use on the relationship between depressive symptoms and sexual risk behavior among child welfare-involved adolescents (211)Network correlates of sexual health advice seeking and substance use among members of the Los Angeles House and Ball communities (177)Do Sex Workers Respond to Disease? Evidence from the Male Market for Sex (175)HIV risk behaviors among African American women with at women with at-risk male partners (171)Early Evidence From California on Transitions to a Reformed Health Insurance System for Persons Living With HIV/AIDS (169)Compensated for Life: Sex Work and Disease Risk (166)A critical evaluation of arguments opposing male circumcision for HIV prevention in developed countries (165)Venue-based network analysis to inform HIV prevention efforts among young men who have sex with men (164)Gender-role conflict among African American men who have sex with men and women: Associations with psychological distress, low self-worth, and unprotected sex with females. (155)It’s like our own little world”: Resilience as a factor in participating in the ballroom community subculture (154)HIV risk behaviors among Black/African American and Hispanic/Latina Female partners of men who have sex with men and women (149)Do Only 21% of HIV-Positive Medicaid Enrollees Link to Treatment? Challenges in Interpreting Medicaid Claims Data. Sexually Transmitted Disease (149)Influence network linkages across treatment conditions in randomized controlled trials (149)Where are the young men in HIV prevention efforts? Comments on HIV prevention programs and research from young men who have sex with men in Los Angeles. Journal of Primary Prevention (142)Efficacy of a Culturally Congruent HIV Risk-Reduction Intervention for African American Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women (MSMW) (136)Minority stress experiences and psychological well-being: The impact of support from and connection to social networks within the Los Angeles House and Ball Communities (131) Environmental risk, social cognition, and drug use among young men who have sex with men: Longitudinal effects of minority status on health processes and outcomes (131)
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