Valerie A. Earnshaw

2011 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, United States 
"Valerie Earnshaw"
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Brousseau NM, Farmer H, Karpyn A, et al. (2021) Qualitative characterizations of misinformed disclosure reactions to medications for opioid use disorders and their consequences. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 108593
Friedman SR, Williams LD, Guarino H, et al. (2021) The stigma system: How sociopolitical domination, scapegoating, and stigma shape public health. Journal of Community Psychology
Kalichman SC, Eaton LA, Earnshaw VA, et al. (2021) Faster than warp speed: early attention to COVD-19 by anti-vaccine groups on Facebook. Journal of Public Health (Oxford, England)
Watson RJ, Collibee C, Maksut JL, et al. (2021) High levels of undiagnosed rectal STIs suggest that screening remains inadequate among Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Sexually Transmitted Infections
Waluyo A, Mansyur M, Earnshaw VA, et al. (2021) Exploring HIV stigma among future healthcare providers in Indonesia. Aids Care. 1-10
Berman M, Eaton LA, Watson RJ, et al. (2021) Perpetuated HIV Microaggressions: A Novel Scale to Measure Subtle Discrimination Against People Living With HIV. Aids Education and Prevention : Official Publication of the International Society For Aids Education. 33: 1-15
Earnshaw VA, Karpyn A. (2020) Understanding stigma and food inequity: a conceptual framework to inform research, intervention, and policy. Translational Behavioral Medicine. 10: 1350-1357
Earnshaw VA. (2020) Stigma and substance use disorders: A clinical, research, and advocacy agenda. The American Psychologist. 75: 1300-1311
Dulin AJ, Earnshaw VA, Dale SK, et al. (2020) A Concept Mapping Study to Understand Multilevel Resilience Resources Among African American/Black Adults Living with HIV in the Southern United States. Aids and Behavior
Earnshaw VA, Eaton LA, Kalichman SC, et al. (2020) COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs, health behaviors, and policy support. Translational Behavioral Medicine
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