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Thursday, March 5 • 3:30pm - 4:50pm
Oral Presentation Session- Social & Behavioral Sciences II│ Activities Room North

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Oral Presentations will take place in six concurrent sessions throughout the Shalala Student Center third floor.

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Leah Davis Ewart

Oral Presentation, Polysubstance Patterns in Sexual Minority Men Living with HIV who Use Methamphetamine
 A total of 162 sexual minority men living with HIV who reported methamphetamine use in the past 3 months were recruited in San Francisco. A latent class analysis (LCA) was conducted to identify typologies of polysubstance use based on any self-reported use of 11 substances in the... Read More →
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Alyssa Lozano

Oral Presentation, Predictors of E-Cigarette Use among Hispanic Sexual Minority Youth: A Moderated Mediation Model of Depression and Parent Support
Disclosure of sexual orientation, incidence of depression, and e-cigarette use all peak in adolescence. There is a complex interplay of factors that are rooted in the family system which have a drastic effect on adverse health behaviors in Hispanic Sexual Minority Youth (HSMY). This... Read More →
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Melanie Christina Goergmaier

Oral Presentation, EU-US Trade War: Transatlantic Policy Impact
From the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) to the Trump Trade War, this paper will examine the transatlantic trade relationship between the European Union and the United States and the policy impact on both sides of the Atlantic. This paper will also provide policy... Read More →
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Cho Hee Shrader

Oral Presentation, A Spatially Explicit Social Network Approach to Characterize Correlates of Immigration Stress and Drug Use Density on Latino MSM Geographic Accessibility to PrEP Services in Miami
Miami-Dade County (MDC), the county where UM is located, is the epicenter of the HIV epidemic. The CDC estimates that one in five Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) will be diagnosed with HIV by age 50. Approximately 70% of 2.8 million MDC residents identify as Latino. While HIV... Read More →

Thursday March 5, 2020 3:30pm - 4:50pm EST
Activities Room North