Dr. Bridget Goosby presented The Embodiment of Inequality:Implications for Intergenerational Transmission of Racial Health Disparities as part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy Lecture Series at the University of New Mexico.
Kimberly Tyler and former graduate student Lisa Melander examined homeless youth's perceptions of their peers’ sexual behaviors and their views on safe sex practices. The research was mentioned under “Research Roundup: What Makes Homeless Youth More Likely to Get STIs? More Likely to Get Tested?”
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