Shari Brotman

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Women's health research strives to make change. It seeks to produce knowledge that promotes action on the variety of factors that affect women's lives and their health. As part of this general movement, important strides have been made to raise awareness of the health effects of sex and gender. The resultant base of knowledge has been used to inform health(More)
This cross-sectional mail survey evaluated the prevalence and predictors of unconventional therapy (UT) utilization among 569 community-based people with MS. One-third reported having visited a UT practitioner in the last 6 months. Utilizers tended to report at least one medical comorbidity, earn at least $50,000 a year, and engage in preventive health(More)
PURPOSE This article reports on the findings of a study whose purpose was to explore the experiences of caregivers of gay and lesbian seniors living in the community and to identify issues that emerged from an exploration of access to and equity in health care services for these populations. DESIGN AND METHODS The study used a qualitative methodology(More)
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