Neffa-Creech D, Plant A, Montoya JA, Brackett B, Kilgore B, Tesema L, Oruga R, Fraser R. Presented at: American Public Health Association (APHA); October 24-27, 2021; Virtual.
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Mixed Methods Used in the Refinement of an Alzheimer’s Study Registry to Optimize Recruitment of Latinx and Black Individuals
Clinic Staff Perceptions of a Sexual Health Entertainment-Education Intervention for Young Women of Color.
Plan A: An Effective, Brief Entertainment Education Video Intervention Designed to Reduce Unplanned Pregnancies and STIs Among Young Women of Color.
(Un)like strategies: Combining narratives and didactic messages to improve attitudes toward effective contraception.
Two Approaches to Engaging Adolescents in the Development of Sexual and Reproductive Health Interventions.
Plan A: An Entertainment-Education Intervention to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancies and Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Young Women.
Using Focus Groups to Assess and Improve Sexual Health Services in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Acceptability of a Brief Entertainment-Education Video Intervention to Prevent STIs and Unintended Pregnancies Among Older Adolescents.
Communication Networks, Worry, and Belonging Among Newer and More Established Residents in a Gentrifying Neighborhood.
Is Being Well Connected Bad for Your Nerves? The Effects of Communication Networks and Resources on Residents’ Sense of Worry and Community Belonging.
Influences of Media-Related Parenting on Adolescents with Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes: A Comparison by Disease Stage and Gender.
Communication Sources and Knowledge: Use of Health-Enhancing Resources Among Different Residents in a Gentrifying Neighborhood.
Providing Inclusive Care for LGBTQ Patients at School-Based Health Centers: An Evaluation of Clinical Staff Trainings, Los Angeles, 2016.
An Adaptation of Safe in the City to Prevent STDs and Unintended Pregnancies Among Older Adolescents.
Factors of Successful Linkage and Retention to HIV Care in a National HIV Testing and Linkage Program.
Using Qualitative Research to Improve Sexual Health Services for Students in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
PrEP Awareness, Attitudes and Uptake Among Racially/Ethnically Diverse Young Men Who Have Sex with Men in California.
Where’s Daryl?: Results of a Gun Violence Prevention-Education Program in Los Angeles Unified School District.
Authentic and Meaningful Community Engagement to Reduce STD Disparities: Lessons Learned from the 4-Site CDC CARS Initiative.
“Spring Into Love:” Impact of a Youth-Led Summit on Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships for High Schools Students in a High-Risk Community in South Los Angeles.
Living Outside the Bubble: Homelessness Experiences and the Impact on Sexual Risk Behaviors Among Los Angeles Public School Students.
Grindr and Other Geosocial Networking Applications: Advent of a Novel, High-Risk Sexual Market Place.
Heads Up! Qualitative Findings from Focus Groups with Transgenders to Inform Development of a Home HIV/STD Testing Program.
There’s No Place Like Home: Second-Year Report on the “I Know” Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Home Test Kit Program for Women in Los Angeles County.
The North Carolina Healthy Food Environments in Hospitals Project: An Analysis of the Implementation Process and the Role of Feedback.
Qualitative Assessment of Facilitators and Barriers to HPV Vaccination Among Providers Serving a High-Risk Community.