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Rod Knight is featured on the School of Population and Public Health’s webpage “Meet Our Alumni.”
New article published by the Cathy Chabot and YSHT collaborators: “Anticipating the potential for positive uptake and adaptation in the implementation of a publicly funded online STBBI testing service: a qualitative analysis”
The article concerns healthcare provider, administrator, policymaker, and community-based service providers’ attitudes and perceptions towards the development of a new online STBBI testing service in Vancouver, Canada. Chabot, C., M. Gilbert, D. Haag, G. Ogilvie, P. Hawe, V. Bungay and J. Shoveller. (2018). “Anticipating the potential for positive uptake and adaptation in the implementation of a […]
Are you a young man 15-30 years old? Do you identify as a man? (Cisgender and Transgender men are eligible) Have you been or are you currently sexually active with other men? Have you ever used substances during sexual encounters? Want to receive $30 by participating in an interview? Researchers at UBC’s Youth Sexual Health […]
Data from the Young Parents Study has shown housing to be a major challenge for young parents in Greater Vancouver.
The Honourable Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Minister of Health Announces Appointment of Professor Jeannie Shoveller as New Member of the CIHR Governing Council
Professor Jeannie Shoveller has been appointed as a new member of the Governing Council of the CIHR.
Greyson et al. explore the health information behaviour of young parents in a new article published in ASIS&T and how others perceive young parents to be knowledgeable or ignorant on certain topics. Check out our Journal Articles section for a link to the article.
The study titled “Perceived Devaluation and STI Testing Uptake among a Cohort of Street-Involved Youth in a Canadian Setting” found that high levels of perceived devaluation among street-involved youth affected STI testing uptake.
YSHT PhD Trainee Devon Greyson recently published an article describing Information world mapping methods in Library & Information Science Research. Check out our Journal Articles section for a link to the article.
Sexual identity disparities in Canadians’ mental health outcomes are mediated by life stress and moderated by a sense of community belonging.
YSHT PhD Trainee Basia Pakula recently had her findings published in Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology on this topic. Check out our Journal Articles section for a link to the article.