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Sexual Orientation and Substance Abuse Treatment Utilization in the United States: Results from a National Survey
This study examined substance abuse treatment utilization across three dimensions of sexual orientation (identity, attraction, and behavior) in a large national sample of adults in the United States. Prevalence estimates ...
Rapid Repeat Pregnancy among Unmarried African American Adolescent Couples
(Western Journal of Nursing Research, 2013-02)
This article describes rapid repeat pregnancy (RRP), getting pregnant or giving birth again within 24 months of giving birth, in a group of unmarried, low-income, African American first-time, adolescent parent couples from ...
Hazardous Drinking, Depression, and Anxiety Among Sexual-Minority Women: Self-Medication or Impaired Functioning?
(Alcohol Research Documentation, 2013-07)
Objective: Sexual-minority women are at heightened risk for a number of mental health problems, including hazardous alcohol consumption, depression, and anxiety. We examined self-medication and impaired-functioning models ...
A Decision Support Tool for Using an ICD-10 Anatomographer to Address Admission Coding Inaccuracies: A Commentary
(University of Illinois at Chicago Library, 2013-07)
In the chaotic environment of an emergency department trauma unit, accuracy and timeliness in decision making are required to save a patient’s life. In a large urban city, where gun violence is high, emergency department ...
Results from a Community-Based Smoking Cessation Treatment Program for LGBT Smokers
(Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2013-05)
Introduction. Little is known about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people's response to smoking cessation interventions. This descriptive study examined the benefits of a community-based, culturally tailored ...