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Migration, Neighborhoods, and Networks: Approaches to Understanding How Urban Environmental Conditions Affect Syndemic Adverse Health Outcomes Among Gay, Bisexual and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men
Adopting socioecological, intersectionality, and lifecourse theoretical frameworks may enhance our understanding of the production of syndemic adverse health outcomes among gay, bisexual and other… Expand
HIV, syphilis, hepatitis C and risk behaviours among commercial sex male clients in Sichuan province, China
- C. Yang, C. Latkin, Rongsheng Luan, Cunling Wang, K. Nelson
- Sexually Transmitted Infections
- 8 September 2010
Objectives Commercial sex male clients (CSMC) are at risk of sexually transmitted infections (STI) including HIV. This study reports the prevalence of HIV, syphilis and hepatitis C virus (HCV), a… Expand
Antiretroviral use among active injection-drug users: the role of patient-provider engagement and structural factors.
HIV-seropositive, active injection-drug users (IDUs), compared with other HIV populations, continue to have low rates of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) use, contributing to disparities… Expand
Condom Use During Commercial Sex Among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Sichuan China: A Social Cognitive Theory Analysis
- Y. Yang, C. Yang, C. Latkin, Rongsheng Luan, K. Nelson
- Psychology, Medicine
- AIDS and Behavior
- 24 February 2016
There has been little theory-based research focusing on condom use among male clients of female sex workers (CFSW) in China. The current study applied social cognitive theory to condom use behaviors… Expand
Differences in the social networks of African American men who have sex with men only and those who have sex with men and women.
- C. Latkin, C. Yang, K. Tobin, Typhanye V. Penniman, J. Patterson, P. Spikes
- American journal of public health
- 17 October 2011
OBJECTIVES We compared social network characteristics of African American men who have sex with men only (MSMO) with social network characteristics of African American men who have sex with men and… Expand
The Association Between Changes in Alcohol Use and Changes in Antiretroviral Therapy Adherence and Viral Suppression Among Women Living with HIV
Heavy alcohol use has adverse effects in women with HIV. We examined the association between changes in alcohol use (measured with Timeline Followback) and changes in antiretroviral therapy adherence… Expand
Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial of a Peer Mentor HIV/STI Prevention Intervention for Women Over an 18 Month Follow-Up
Despite numerous behavioral interventions designed for women, rates of HIV and STIs are increasing. Interventions are needed that reach a large number of at-risk individuals. This study was a… Expand
Informal Care and Reciprocity of Support are Associated with HAART Adherence Among Men in Baltimore, MD, USA
- A. Knowlton, C. Yang, A. Bohnert, L. Wissow, G. Chander, Julia A. Arnsten
- AIDS and Behavior
- 1 October 2011
Research suggests gender differences in interpersonal relationship factors important to health. This study examined relationship factors associated with HAART adherence among men. The sample (n =… Expand
Peer norms and consistent condom use with female sex workers among male clients in Sichuan province, China.
Despite their crucial role in HIV infection and transmission, commercial sex male clients (CSMCs) are rarely studied. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between peer norms and… Expand
Alcohol and cocaine use among Latino and African American MSM in 6 US cities.
- N. Zaller, C. Yang, +8 authors P. Spikes
- Journal of substance abuse treatment
- 1 September 2017
• Correlates of binge drinking and crack/cocaine use among AAMSM and LMSM enrolled across six cities in the United States.