Susan McNamara

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OBJECTIVE To examine pharmacists' attitudes and obstacles to syringe sales to IDUs without prescriptions in Rhode Island, around the time that such sales became legal in the state. DESIGN Self-administered written survey. SETTING Rhode Island. PARTICIPANTS 400 randomly selected pharmacist members of the Rhode Island Pharmacists Association. MAIN(More)
Virginia Woolf's Orlando was characterized by Nigel Nicolson as a "charming love letter" to his mother, Vita Sackville-West. The fictional biography was actually an attempt by Woolf to organize herself after the unbearable humiliation of Vita's abandoning her for another woman. In imagining, writing, and publishing Orlando, Woolf turns her despair about(More)
Despite recognizing that gender identity is a complex compromise formation, psychotherapists struggle to tolerate gender variance. We still tend to favor binary gender identities and clear developmental lines, rather than embracing a stance of subversive curiosity about the variability and fluidity of gender in our patients. When gender identity is fluid or(More) The online version of this article can be found at: DOI: 10.1177/0003065112459956 2012 60: 949 J Am Psychoanal Assoc Vaughan and Ralph Roughton Kim Gelé, Susan McNamara, Sidney H. Phillips, R. Dennis Shelby, Gary Grossman, Susan C. Perspectives On Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Trans People Emerging Views On Gender and(More)
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