Presentation: Researchers from Environmental and Occupational Health

Philip Danquah, Donica' Beckett, Johanna Andrews, and Melva Thompson-Robinson (all Center for Health Disparities Research and department of environmental and occupational health) and Carolee Dodge Francis (American Indian Research and Education Center and department of environmental and occupational health) made presentations at the American Public Health Association's (APHA)Annual Meeting and Expo earlier this month. The presentations were:

An oral presentation on the "Influences of Religious Affiliation on the Willingness to Take PrEP among Self-Identified Heterosexual Black College Students."

A poster presentation on the "Impact of Relationship Status on the Willingness to Take PrEP among Heterosexual Black Female College Students."

A round table presentation on "Impact of Relationship Status on the Willingness to Take PrEP among Heterosexual Black College Students. 

The expo is the largest and most influential annual gathering of public health professionals. Nearly 13,000 attendees join each year to present, learn, and find inspiration. 

 

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