Elizabeth M. Aparicio, Ph.D.

2014 Social Work University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, United States 
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Edward Pecukonis grad student 2014 University of Maryland Medical School
 (Exploring How Teen Mothers in Foster Care Experience Motherhood: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.)
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Mane HY, Channell Doig A, Marin Gutierrez FX, et al. (2023) Practical Guidance for the Development of Rosie, a Health Education Question-and-Answer Chatbot for New Mothers. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice : Jphmp. 29: 663-670
Kachingwe ON, Phillips DR, Jasczynski M, et al. (2022) 'I told him I'm gonna get it': intimate partner birth control communication among homeless young women. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 1-17
Aparicio EM, Kachingwe ON, Fleishman J, et al. (2021) Birth Control Access and Selection among Youths Experiencing Homelessness in the United States: A Review. Health & Social Work
Channell Doig A, Jasczynski M, Fleishman JL, et al. (2020) Breastfeeding Among Mothers Who Have Experienced Childhood Maltreatment: A Review. Journal of Human Lactation : Official Journal of International Lactation Consultant Association. 890334420950257
Kachingwe ON, Salerno JP, Boekeloo BO, et al. (2020) "The internet is not private": The role of social media in sexual health among youth in foster care. Journal of Adolescence. 82: 50-57
Martoccio TL, Berlin LJ, Aparicio EM, et al. (2020) Intergenerational Continuity in Child Maltreatment: Explicating Underlying Mechanisms. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 886260520914542
Channell Doig A, Jasczynski M, Fleishman J, et al. (2020) P121 New Perspectives on Breastfeeding: A Review of the Role of Trauma Among Mothers with a History of Child Maltreatment Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. 52: S73
Salerno JP, Kachingwe ON, Fish JN, et al. (2020) “Even if you think you can trust them, don’t trust them”: An exploratory analysis of the lived experiences of sexual health among sexual minority girls in foster care Children and Youth Services Review. 116: 105161
King B, Eastman AL, Grinnell-Davis C, et al. (2019) Early Childbirth Among Foster Youth: A Latent Class Analysis to Determine Subgroups at Increased Risk. Perspectives On Sexual and Reproductive Health
Salerno JP, Turpin R, Howard D, et al. (2019) Health Care Experiences of Black Transgender Women and Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Qualitative Study. The Journal of the Association of Nurses in Aids Care : Janac
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