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JE Lykens et al. LGBT Health 5 (3), 191-196. Apr 2018. PMID 29641314.
GQ/NB young adults have unique healthcare needs but often do not feel understood by their providers. There is a need for existing healthcare systems to serve GQ/NB young …
MC McNamara et al. Cleve Clin J Med 83 (7), 531-41. Jul 2016. PMID 27399866. - Review
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people have unique healthcare needs. While all LGBT people are at an increased risk for mental health and substance abuse d …
G Gonzales et al. Milbank Q 95 (4), 726-748. Dec 2017. PMID 29226450.
Transgender and GNC adults face barriers to health care that may be due to a variety of reasons, including discrimination in health care, health insurance policies, emplo …
DR Felsenstein. J Nurses Prof Dev 34 (3), 142-150. May/Jun 2018. PMID 29659418.
The process of initiating lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) cultural competencies and educational interventions developed to increase staff knowledge on LGBT …
KN Barefoot et al. Rural Remote Health 17 (1), 3875. Jan-Mar 2017. PMID 28248528.
The current findings highlight that rural lesbians in the USA, in comparison to urban lesbians, may experience elevated health risks related to being more likely to have …
CH Logie et al. Reprod Health Matters 26 (52), 1517543. Dec 2018. PMID 30484752.
Limited research has examined lesbian and bisexual women's sexual health practices in the Caribbean, where lesbian and bisexual women experience sexual stigma that may re …
M Butler et al. Mar 2016. PMID 27148614. - Review
None of the included studies measured the effect of cultural competence interventions on health care disparities. Most of the training interventions measured changes in p …
SE Valentine et al. Clin Psychol Rev 66, 24-38. Dec 2018. PMID 29627104.
Transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) populations, including those who do not identify with gender binary constructs (man or woman) are increasingly recognized in …
ME Peek et al. J Gen Intern Med 31 (6), 677-87. Jun 2016. PMID 27008649. - Review
We identified 2298 abstracts, three of which met the inclusion criteria. Of the included studies, one was cross-sectional and two were qualitative; one study involved tra …
A Perez-Brumer et al. PLoS One 13 (11), e0202389. 2018. PMID 30383751.
HIV disproportionately impacts transgender communities and the majority of new infections occur in the Southern United States. Yet, limited data exists on contextual real …
MA Ruben et al. Health Equity 3 (1), 480-488. 2019. PMID 31559377.
Purpose: Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) veterans report discrimination in health care, which may be associated with negative health outcomes/behavi …
A Sharma et al. Rural Remote Health 19 (4), 5476. Nov 2019. PMID 31675243.
Improving attitudes of rural providers towards LGBT individuals may positively influence the provision of high-quality health care. Ensuring the delivery of culturally co …
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Female Sexual Dysfunction: A Focus on Flibanserin
NM Lodise. Int J Womens Health 9, 757-767. 2017. PMID 29066935. - Review
Flibanserin is the first US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved option for sexual dysfunction, specifically low sexual desire. Until recently, there were no FDA-a …
Before, Between and Beyond Pregnancy: Preconception and Interconception Health
Preconception Health Care Interventions: A Scoping Review
N Hemsing et al. Sex Reprod Healthc 14, 24-32. Dec 2017. PMID 29195631. - Review
Pregnancy is often framed as a "window of opportunity" for intervening on a variety of health practices such as alcohol and tobacco use. However, there is evidence that i …
Optimizing Preconception Health in Women of Reproductive Age
AY Lang et al. Minerva Ginecol 70 (1), 99-119. Feb 2018. PMID 28895680. - Review
There is a growing realization that efforts to optimize the health of women and reduce the risk of adverse maternal, perinatal and neonatal outcomes during pregnancy shou …
Men's Preconception Health: A Primary Health-Care Viewpoint
AP O'Brien et al. Am J Mens Health 12 (5), 1575-1581. Sep 2018. PMID 29774805. - Review
The purpose of this article is to theoretically explore men's preconception health as a mechanism to enhance fertility, as well as the health and well-being of the subjec …
Improving Preconception Health and Care: A Situation Analysis
A Goodfellow et al. BMC Health Serv Res 17 (1), 595. 2017. PMID 28835244.
Delivery of preconception care needs to be improved both before and between pregnancies to improve outcomes for women and infants. Action is required at individual, organ …
Preconception Health Indicators for Public Health Surveillance
CL Robbins et al. J Womens Health (Larchmt) 27 (4), 430-443. Apr 2018. PMID 29323604.
Having a condensed set of PCH indicators can facilitate surveillance of reproductive-aged women's health status that supports monitoring, comparisons, and benchmarking at …
The French Diseases: An Update on Sexually Transmitted Infections
Collegiate Women's Definitions of Responsible Sexual Behavior
N Loew et al. West J Nurs Res 40 (8), 1148-1162. Aug 2018. PMID 28470114.
Promoting responsible sexual behavior (RSB) is a public health strategy to decrease unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Current definitions …
Clinical Care for Sexual Assault Survivors
NT Masters et al. J Abnorm Psychol 124 (3), 685-96. Aug 2015. PMID 26052619.
This study identified subgroups of female sexual assault survivors based on characteristics of their victimization experiences, validated the subgroup structure in a seco …
A Kirkner et al. Violence Vict 33 (4), 721-738. Aug 2018. PMID 30567770.
Friends, family, and significant others who receive disclosures of sexual assault from survivors are also susceptible to the effects of trauma. Most studies on the impact …
P Amin et al. Womens Health Issues 27 (1), 43-49. Jan-Feb 2017. PMID 27863981.
Although physicians describe key roles in caring for SA survivors, several barriers hinder their ability to fulfill these roles. Training interventions are needed to redu …
KM Scott et al. Psychol Med 48 (1), 155-167. Jan 2018. PMID 28625214.
Whether counterfactual preventability cognitions are adaptive may depend on mental health history. Predictive modelling may be useful in targeting high-risk women for pre …
S Raja et al. J Dent Educ 79 (1), 47-55. Jan 2015. PMID 25576552.
Dentists are likely to treat patients who have experienced a wide range of traumatic life events, including child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, sexual assault, el …
CW Bone et al. J Urban Health 95 (1), 111-115. Feb 2018. PMID 29340911.
Sexual violence (SV) is common; however, the prevalence of SV and its long term sequela vary geographically and among subpopulations within the USA. As such, the aims of …
MC Jaime et al. Contraception 98 (4), 301-305. Oct 2018. PMID 29860062.
Most responding students favor on-campus abortion services, and a number of students incorrectly believe that abortion services are currently offered on the UC Davis camp …
Introduction to Medication Assisted Treatment 101
AK Matusiewicz et al. Contraception 96 (5), 365-369. Nov 2017. PMID 28778423.
Participants reported relatively low interest in LARCs. Many women had unspecified reasons for not using LARCs. Participants also lacked information about LARC safety and …
ML Mittal et al. Subst Abuse Treat Prev Policy 12 (1), 42. 2017. PMID 28974239.
These preliminary findings suggest an association between MAT enrollment and a lower odds that male PWID report providing injection initiation assistance to injection-naï …
M Itzoe et al. Drug Des Devel Ther 11, 1429-1437. 2017. PMID 28546740. - Review
Opioid addiction to prescription and illicit drugs is a serious and growing problem. In the US alone, >2.4 million people suffer from opioid use disorder. Government a …
LA Uebelacker et al. J Subst Abuse Treat 66, 48-53. Jul 2016. PMID 27211996.
Subsequent to initial opioid detoxification, people with opioid use disorder are typically advised to engage in follow-up treatment to prevent relapse. Medication-assiste …