Abigail J. Rolbiecki
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The needs of lesbians and gay men appear to be minimally represented in social work literature. This study applied content analysis to four major social work journals published between 1998 and 2012,… Continue Reading
SummaryThe repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) allows people who identify as gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) to serve openly in the U.S. Military. Military officials are taking great efforts to ...
Background: Art-based interventions can improve well-being, particularly among people with life-changing illnesses. We conducted a pilot photo-story intervention with gay-identified men with HIV in… Continue Reading
An estimated 100 million Americans are living with chronic pain. The majority of the chronic pain literature focuses on the biological impact of the condition, and very little attention is given to… Continue Reading
OBJECTIVE Hospice nurses frequently encounter patients and families under tremendous emotional distress, yet the communication techniques they use in emotionally charged situations have rarely been… Continue Reading
PURPOSE Social support is an important factor in reducing caregiver burden, however, accessing social support via traditional means is often challenging for family caregivers of hospice patients.… Continue Reading
AbstractBackground: A dearth of research exists about the health behaviors of transgender young people (TYP). As we seek to learn more about transgender (trans) health, community-based participator...