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Male Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: Syndemic Theory, Minority Stress Theory, & the Community of Protective Measures
Intimate partner violence is an underreported, stigmatized, and deleterious reality affecting a higher proportion of men who have sex with men (MSM) than their heterosexual counterparts. The constructs of two theories ...
Influences on contraceptive use among college women
Background: An unintended pregnancy (UIP) occurs before an ideal time or is completely unwanted. In 2011, the rate of UIP in the United States was 49% of all pregnancies. Unintended pregnancies are expensive to society and ...
Provider Perceptions of a Mature School-Based Health Center's Effect on Adolescent Health and Wellness: A Case Study
School-based health centers (SBHCs) have emerged as a model of care that enhances utilization of health care services for U.S. adolescents. Staffed by interdisciplinary teams, physicians play a largely supervisory role ...
Impact of Nurse Practitioner Practice Regulation on Access to Healthcare Services
Nurse practitioner (NP) practice regulations vary from state to state across the United States. Despite strong evidence supporting the quality of care and satisfaction with care provided by NPs, restrictive regulations ...