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  1. Development of a Composite Trauma Exposure Risk Index

    The high burden of exposure to chronic life adversities and trauma is quite prevalent, but assessment of this risk burden is uncommon in primary care settings. This calls for a brief, multiple dimensional mental health risk screening tool in primary care settings. We aimed to develop such a screening tool...
  2. Suicide in the City: Do Characteristics of Place Really Influence Risk?

    The city where an individual lives can influence the risk of dying by suicide, according to a new study from sociologists at Rice University and the University of Colorado at Boulder. “Suicide in the City: Do Characteristics of Place Really Influence Risk?” appears in the latest edition of Social Science...
  3. Trends in Indian Health: 2014 Edition

    Trends in Indian Health contains tables and charts describing the Indian Health Service program and the health status of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Information pertaining to the Indian Health Service (IHS) structure, American Indian and Alaska Native demography, patient care, and community health are included. Historical trends are depicted,...
  4. Best Practices in HIV Prevention: Translating Innovation into Action

    On September 27, 2013, the National LGBT Health Education Center hosted a summit of 15 experts to discuss the most innovative and evidence-based HIV prevention strategies and how to implement these strategies into clinical practice. The summit brought together leaders in HIV prevention research, education, policy, and community engagement to...
  5. Incidence of HIV infection in Young Gay, Bisexual, and other YMSM

    HIV infections continue to rise in a new generation of young, gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (YMSM) despite three decades of HIV prevention as well as recent availability of biomedical technologies to prevent infection. In the U.S., it is estimated that 63% of incident HIV...