Deanna Kerrigan mostly deals with Demography, Sex work, Condom, Public health and Social psychology. Her Demography research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychological intervention and Gerontology. Her work deals with themes such as Social support and Environmental health, which intersect with Sex work.
Condom is a subfield of Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome that Deanna Kerrigan studies. Her work on Health psychology is typically connected to Expanded access as part of general Public health study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Social psychology research integrates issues from Health equity, Stigma and Transgender.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Demography, Public health, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Condom and Sex work. Her research in Demography intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Social psychology and Gerontology. In the field of Public health, her study on Health psychology overlaps with subjects such as Cohort.
The Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome study combines topics in areas such as Stigma, Gender studies, Interpersonal relationship and Reproductive health. Her study in the field of Unsafe Sex is also linked to topics like Context, Female sex and Multivariate analysis. Her Sex work study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Transgender.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Demography, Sex work, Female sex, Public health and Reproductive health. While working on this project, Deanna Kerrigan studies both Demography and Injury prevention. Her Sex work research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transgender, Clinical psychology and Antiretroviral therapy.
Her Female sex study spans across into areas like Condom, Consistent condom, Cohesion and Psychological intervention. Deanna Kerrigan has included themes like Stigma and Postpartum period in her Public health study. Her Reproductive health research focuses on Reproductive medicine and how it relates to Fertility and Social stigma.
Her primary areas of study are Sex work, Cohort, Public health, Demography and Injury prevention. Her Sex work study combines topics in areas such as Environmental health, Transgender, Sex workers and Antiretroviral therapy. Her Cohort research spans across into subjects like Stigma, Structural equation modeling, Clinical psychology, Context and Cohesion.
She undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Public health and Association in her work. Other disciplines of study, such as Suicide prevention and Occupational safety and health, are mixed together with her Demography studies.
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Burden of HIV among female sex workers in low-income and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Stefan Baral;Chris Beyrer;Kathryn Muessig;Tonia Poteat.
Lancet Infectious Diseases (2012)
Managing uncertainty: A grounded theory of stigma in transgender health care encounters
Tonia Poteat;Danielle German;Deanna Kerrigan.
Social Science & Medicine (2013)
Environmental-structural interventions to reduce HIV/STI risk among female sex workers in the Dominican Republic
Deanna Kerrigan;Luis Moreno;Santo Rosario;Bayardo Gomez.
American Journal of Public Health (2006)
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Urban Youth
Erica M.S. Sibinga;Deanna Kerrigan;Miriam Stewart;Kelly Johnson.
Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine (2011)
An action agenda for HIV and sex workers
Chris Beyrer;Anna Louise Crago;Linda Gail Bekker;Jenny Butler.
The Lancet (2015)
Environmental-structural factors significantly associated with consistent condom use among female sex workers in the Dominican Republic.
Deanna Kerrigan;Jonathan M. Ellen;Luis Moreno;Santo Rosario.
Community empowerment among female sex workers is an effective HIV prevention intervention: a systematic review of the peer-reviewed evidence from low- and middle-income countries.
Deanna L. Kerrigan;Virginia A. Fonner;Susanne Stromdahl;Caitlin E. Kennedy.
Aids and Behavior (2013)
Multi-level factors affecting entry into and engagement in the HIV continuum of care in Iringa, Tanzania.
Erica H. Layer;Caitlin E. Kennedy;Sarah W. Beckham;Jessie K. Mbwambo.
PLOS ONE (2014)
Community development and HIV/STI-related vulnerability among female sex workers in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Deanna Kerrigan;Paulo Telles;Helena Torres;Cheryl Overs.
Health Education Research (2007)
Social-environmental factors and protective sexual behavior among sex workers: the Encontros intervention in Brazil.
Sheri A. Lippman;Angela Donini;Juan Díaz;Magda Chinaglia.
American Journal of Public Health (2010)
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