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CHAS eNews: September 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Exploring Transgender Legal Name Change as a Potential Structural Intervention for Mitigating Social Determinants of Health Among Transgender Women of Color; Medicaid Eligibility Expansions May Address Gaps In Access To Diabetes Medica (More)
CHAS eNews: August 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Placing Assimilation Theory: Mexican Immigrants in Urban and Rural America; A Network Intervention to Locate Newly HIV Infected Persons Within MSM Networks in Chicago; Medicaid Benefits for Addiction Treatment Expanded After Implementa (More)
CHAS eNews: May 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: The Portuguese Sibling Study on Growth, Fitness, Lifestyle and Health; Mother-Son Communication About Sex and Routine HIV Testing Among Younger Men of Color Who Have Sex With Men; Effectiveness of Interventions to Teach Metered-Dose an (More)
CHAS eNews: February 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Determining Association Between Spousal Characteristics and Hospice Use; Genetic Variants Demonstrating Flip-Flop Phenomenon and Breast Cancer Risk Prediction Among Women of African Ancestry; Early Consultation Reduces Re-Hospitilizati (More)
CHAS eNews: January 2018
POLICY BRIEFS: Drug Use Among Asian Americans; Patient Centered Medical Home Capability; "Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship through Social Media" ANNOUNCEMENTS:CHAS welcomes Dr. Nadine Burke Harris. MISC: Upcoming Events; Upcoming Michael M. Davi (More)
CHAS eNews: December 2017
POLICY BRIEFS: Drug Use Among Asian Americans; Patient Centered Medical Home Capability; "Advancing Antimicrobial Stewardship through Social Media" ANNOUNCEMENTS:CHAS welcomes Dr. Nadine Burke Harris. MISC: Upcoming Events; Upcoming Michael M. Davi (More)
CHAS eNews: December 2017
POLICY BRIEFS: Trust and Disclosure Among HIV-Positive Black Gay and Bisexual Men; Understanding Long-term Care Planning; "Perceptions Shape Action" in Post-Disaster Recovery; ANNOUNCEMENTS: Medicaid Working Group Earns NIH Funding; CHAS Fellow Plac (More)
Trust and Disclosure Among HIV-Positive Black Gay and Bisexual Men
HIV-status disclosure can help with risk reduction, but it also carries with it ethical dilemmas regarding privacy, stigma, and self-protection. For populations which are already subjected to multiple types of stigmatization, these concerns are espec (More)
Testing for HIV in Dental Care Settings
In an effort to better understand the experience of administering HIV testing in dental care settings so as to ultimately be able to promote the practice on a grander scale, CHAS Committee Member Harold Pollack and colleagues qualitatively interviewe (More)
CHAS eNews: November 2017
POLICY BRIEFS: Fifty Years After Civil Rights Act, Healthcare Remains Separate and Unequal; Current Diabetes Screening Practices Fall Short for Asian Americans' Risk Level SERVICE DELIVERY INNOVATIONS: Testing for HIV in Dental Care Settings; ANNOU (More)
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