Bradley P Stoner

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OBJECTIVES The purpose of this study was to assess the relationships between stigma and shame associated with seeking treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and undergoing testing for gonorrhea and HIV. METHODS Participants were 847 males and 1126 females (mean age: 24.9 years) in 7 cities. Two scales assessed STD-related stigma and(More)
BACKGROUND Key strategies advocated for lowering personal risk of sexual exposure to STD/HIV include having fewer partners and avoiding risky partners. However, few studies have systematically examined how well people can actually discern their sex partners' risk behaviours. METHODS We conducted face to face interviews with 151 heterosexual patients with(More)
BACKGROUND Improving quality in children's mental health and social service settings will require implementation strategies capable of moving effective treatments and other innovations (e.g., assessment tools) into routine care. It is likely that efforts to identify, develop, and refine implementation strategies will be more successful if they are informed(More)
A mixed methods multiple case study of implementation as usual in children's social service organizations: Study protocol. A mixed methods multiple case study of implementation as usual in children's social service organizations: study protocol Abstract Background: Improving quality in children's mental health and social service settings will require(More)
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