Adela Beckerman

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The research objectives of this study are to describe the re-entry experiences of people recently released from jail who were living with HIV/AIDS, and to identify factors that influence their access to primary care and adherence to a treatment regimen. The research used a mixed-method, qualitative and quantitative research design. The findings indicate(More)
This study focuses on a sample of men who have sex with men (MSM) living with HIV/AIDS in a south Florida community. The study uses a mixed-method, quantitative, and qualitative research design. The purpose of the study was to identify individual and service system characteristics that impact access, retention, and adherence to an HIV/AIDS medical treatment(More)
This study focuses on the incidence of birth defects among children born to Haitian women in Florida. Analysis of comparative data collected by the Florida Birth Defects Registry indicates a disproportionate rate of birth defects among babies born to Haitian women. Sociocultural and economic characteristics of the Haitian community and their relationship to(More)
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