LGBTQ health research : theory, methods, practice / edited by Ron Stall, Brian Dodge, Jose A. Bauermeister, Tonia Poteat, Chris Beyrer.
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- ISBN: 9781421438788
- ISBN: 142143878X
- Physical Description: xii, 298 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Human Rights and LGBTQ Health : Inseparable Challenges / Chris Beyrer -- Global Health/LGBTQ Health / Tonia Poteat and Shauna Stahlman -- A Love Note to Future Generations of LGBTQ Health Researchers / Ron Stall, Chris Beyrer, Tonia Poteat, Brian Dodge, and Jose Bauermeister -- Straight, That Is Not Gay or Lesbian / Randall Sell and Kerith Conron -- Sampling Considerations for LGBTQ Health Research / Christopher Owens, Ron Stall, and Brian Dodge -- Theory as a Practical Tool in Research and Intervention / Ilan H. Meyer, with the Generations Study Investigators -- Creating and Adapting LGBTQ-Specific Measures to Explain Disparities / Joshua Rosenberger -- Multi-Level Approaches to Understanding LGBTQ Health Disparities / Mark L. Hatzenbuehler -- Social Network Approaches to HIV Prevention and Care / Carl Latkin and Karin Tobin -- Why Focus on Gay Couples in HIV Prevention Research? / Colleen Hoff -- Engaging Populations in LGBTQ Health Interventions / Rob Stephenson and Erin Riley -- Finding the Right Approach for Interventions with LGBTQ Populations / Stephen L. Forssell, Peter Gamache, and Rita Dwan -- Program Development Considerations for LGBTQ Health Interventions / Jose A. Bauermeister, Ryan C. Tingler, and Gary W. Harper -- From Discovery to Application : Challenges in Effectiveness and Implementation Research for the Promotion of LGBTQ Health and Wellness / Robin Lin Miller and Angulique Y. Outlaw.
"This edited collection is a course book intended for graduate students of public health or health sciences who want to learn research methods for studying the health of LGBTQ populations. The book is divided into three sections and is edited by top scholars in the field. The book will fill a niche that no existing course book occupies"-- Provided by publisher.
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