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Examining Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening and Treatment in Florida through a Socio-Ecological Lens
Cervical cancer incidence and mortality have declined in the U.S. over the past 50 years because of broad screening efforts; however, some states continue to bear a greater burden due toExpand
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Ethnic and racial differences in HPV knowledge and vaccine intentions among men receiving HPV test results.
We examined factors associated with HPV vaccine intentions by racial/ethnic group among men participating in a HPV natural history study. HPV knowledge, vaccine intentions and perceived barriers wereExpand
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Pap Test Adherence, Cervical Cancer Perceptions, and HPV Knowledge Among HIV‐Infected Women in a Community Health Setting
&NA; The Health Belief Model (HBM) has been widely used as a framework to explain health behaviors in diverse populations, but little HBM research has focused on HIV‐infected women and theirExpand
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Listening to Voices and Visualizing Data in Qualitative Research
We demonstrate how combining audio clips and infographics can be a unique hypermodal dissemination possibility for qualitative results. Expand
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Sexual Coercion Practices Among Undergraduate Male Recreational Athletes, Intercollegiate Athletes, and Non-Athletes
Prior research shows that male intercollegiate athletes are at risk for perpetrating sexual violence. Whether this risk extends to male recreational athletes has not been explored. This studyExpand
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Perceptions of Black College Women on Barriers to HIV‐Risk Reduction and Their HIV Prevention Intervention Needs
HIV prevention interventions can help college students engage in safe sexual behaviors. We used the Information, Motivation, Behavioral Skills model to frame four focus group discussions with BlackExpand
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College Women's Preferred HIV Prevention Message Mediums: Mass Media versus Interpersonal Relationships
&NA; One quarter of HIV cases occur in women ages 15–44 years. We investigated preferential HIV prevention message mediums among college women (18–21 years of age) and their association with parentExpand
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Women Veterans and Divorce: What Are the Contributing Factors?
The face of today’s veteran population has changed significantly over the past 30 years. Expand
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Men's responses to HPV test results: development of a theory-based survey.
OBJECTIVE To develop and perform psychometric testing on an instrument designed to assess cognitive/emotional responses among men receiving HPV testing. METHODS Men enrolled in an HPV naturalExpand
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African Americans, African Immigrants, and Afro-Caribbeans Differ in Social Determinants of Hypertension and Diabetes: Evidence from the National Health Interview Survey
In the United States (U.S.), Blacks have higher morbidity and mortality from cardiovascular disease (CVD) than other racial groups. The Black racial group includes African Americans (AAs), AfricanExpand
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