Leonardo Coleman

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Mobile phone social networking applications such as GRINDR are potential tools for recruitment of men who have sex with men (MSM) for HIV prevention research. Demographics and sexual risk behaviors of men recruited through GRINDR and through traditional media were compared. GRINDR participants were younger (mean age 31 vs. 42, p < 0.0001), more White(More)
OBJECTIVE To develop an instrument that will facilitate and focus the assessment of a patient's capacity to adhere to a medication regimen before its initiation. DESIGN This is a crossectional study that compares medical inpatients and outpatients to an age-matched, community-living, independent and relatively healthy group on their ability to adequately(More)
Two sets of findings that emerged from a review of surveys assessing young people's use of contraception in the U.K. are outlined. First, the paper presents estimates of contraceptive use for this population subgroup and, second, it notes several limitations of surveys under review. The surveys use a wide range of indices in measuring these different(More)
OBJECTIVES The number of adults who smoke is decreasing, yet this decreasing trend is not spread evenly across the population, with the greatest number of smokers in the routine/manual worker (R/M) population. This study aimed to gain insight into the beliefs, behaviours and cessation needs of R/M smokers working on construction sites to inform the(More)
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