|Examining the psychosocial health of black sexual minority men
||Research suggests that Black sexual minority men (BSMM; i.e. non-heterosexual and non-straight) experience more depressive symptoms and anxiety disorders than their White gay and Black heterosexual counterparts. Little is known about the factors that...
|Applying critical race theory to understand HIV testing experiences of black men with same-sex attraction in the U.S.
||The purpose of this qualitative analysis was to assess HIV testing experiences among a group of Black men with same sex attraction and explore these factors in the context of their social identities and lived experiences. To ensure a contextual and c...
|Assessing individual, family, and community resilience to a natural disaster among Vietnamese refugees in North Carolina: an ethnographic study
||Background: Previous studies have suggested that compared to the general population, refugees can be more susceptible to disaster mental disorders in the face of a public emergency occurring in their host country. Studies have also indicated that str...