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Promoting Cambodian and Latino Health through a Community-based Partnership. National Health Promotion Summit.(2012).
Characteristics associated with condom breakage/slippage or partial use during vaginal sex with main and non-main partners: Findings from the Safe City Project Study. International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research.(2011).
Racial and ethnic health disparities: evidence of discrimination's effects across the SEP spectrum.. Ethnicity & health. 15(2), 121-43.(2010).
The relationships between condom use consistency and errors, sex partnership characteristics and STIs among STD clinic patients in the United States: Findings from RESPECT-2. XVII International AIDS Conference.(2010).
Failure to get into drug treatment. 77th Annual Meeting of the College on Drug Dependence.(2015).
The relationship between sexual minority verbal harassment and utilization of health services: Results from Countywide Risk Assessment Survey (CRAS) 2004. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services: The Quarterly Journal of Community & Clinical Practice. 24(2), 119-139.(2012).
Condom use problems during anal sex among men who have sex with men (MSM): findings from the Safe in the City study. AIDS Care. 24(8), 1028-1038.(2012).
Does health care setting matter in reports of discrimination?. The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. 33(4), 314-327.(2010).
Relationships between condom use consistency and errors, partnership characteristics and STIs among STD clinic patients. National HIV Prevention Conference.(2011).
Experiences of medical care-related discrimination: Important lessons learned from a study including California's safety net clinics. 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.(2010).
Factors associated with condom use problems during vaginal sex with main and non-main partners.. Sex Transm Dis. 39(9), 687-93.(2012).
Developing Health Equity Researchers in a Teaching-Focused Academic Institution. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.(2015).