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Publications

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Social Determinant of Health. Black youth. Social support.

The influence of sibling support on HIV testing among Black youth.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Social and Structural Determinants of Health. HIV prevention. Black youth. Sexual Minority Men.

Deterrents and motivators of HIV testing among young Black sexual minority men in North Carolina

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Telemedicine. mHealth. LGBTQ. Women of Color. Sexual and reproductive health. Intersectionality. Racism. Sexual orientation discrimination.

The acceptability of telemedicine and mHealth to help LBQ+ women of color access sexual and reproductive health services.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Social and Structural Determinants of Health. HIV prevention and interventions. Multidisciplinary Collaboration

Public health scholars and practitioners have engaged in four key strategies for HIV prevention: behavioral-, technological-, biomedical-, and structural/community-level interventions.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Social Determinants of Health. HIV prevention. Black youth. Black family

The influence of African American father-child relationships on HIV testing

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Informatics intervention. mHealth. HIV prevention.Black sexual minority men. Young adults. Intersectionality.

HealthMpowerment is a mobile phone optimised intervention to reduce sexual risk and support community-building for young Black gay and bisexual men (age 18–30).

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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App development. mHealth. Mental health. Black women.

Recommendations for design of a mobile application to support management of anxiety and depression among Black American women.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Informatics intervention. mHealth. HIV prevention. Intersectionality. Racism. Sexual orientation discrimination. HIV stigma. Black sexual minority men.

A strengths-based approach to understanding how participants within an informatics intervention engaged in resilience processes in response to intersecting oppressions.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Information practices. Information politics. Black women. Community health. Library and information science.

"What would it really mean for LIS to decenter institutions, capital, ableism, and whiteness, and resituate our examination of the information practices and structures of people who are marginalized in the United States?"

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Informatics intervention. mHealth. HIV prevention. Social support. Social determinant of health. Black sexual minority men. Young adults

An analysis of participant conversations within an informatics intervention designed to increase social support and increase adoption of HIV prevention strategies.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Information practices. Social and social determinants of health. HIV prevention. Youth. HIV stigma

Assessing different types of communication about HIV and sociocultural factors on perceived HIV stigma and testing among young adults.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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Information practices. mHealth. Technology practices. HIV prevention and treatment. Black sexual minority men. Consumer health informatics

HIV information acquisition and use among young Black sexual minority men who report internet use.

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD

Dr. Megan Threats, PhD, MSLIS

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