Published on in Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

The Importance of Population Denominators for High-Impact Public Health for Marginalized Populations

The Importance of Population Denominators for High-Impact Public Health for Marginalized Populations

The Importance of Population Denominators for High-Impact Public Health for Marginalized Populations

Journals

  1. Grey J, Bernstein K, Sullivan P, Kidd S, Gift T, Hall E, Hankin-Wei A, Weinstock H, Rosenberg E. Rates of Primary and Secondary Syphilis Among White and Black Non-Hispanic Men Who Have Sex With Men, United States, 2014. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2017;76(3):e65 View
  2. Rosenberg E, Purcell D, Grey J, Hankin-Wei A, Hall E, Sullivan P. Rates of prevalent and new HIV diagnoses by race and ethnicity among men who have sex with men, U.S. states, 2013–2014. Annals of Epidemiology 2018;28(12):865 View
  3. Pinto R, Choi C, Wall M. Developing a Scale to Measure Interprofessional Collaboration in HIV Prevention and Care: Implications for Research on Patient Access and Retention in the HIV Continuum of Care. AIDS Education and Prevention 2020;32(1):36 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Asah F, Nielsen P, Sæbø J. Information and Communication Technologies for Development. View