As part of one scientific family, Gina M. Wingood deals mainly with the area of Public health, narrowing it down to issues related to the Nursing, and often Psychological intervention. The study of Psychological intervention is intertwined with the study of Nursing in a number of ways. Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is closely attributed to Family medicine in her work. Many of her studies on Family medicine apply to Condom as well. She connects Condom with Syphilis in her study. Her research brings together the fields of Sexually transmitted disease and Syphilis. Sexually transmitted disease is closely attributed to Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in her study. Her Demography study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Reproductive health. Her Psychiatry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Intervention (counseling).
As part of her research on Syphilis, studies on Condom and Sexually transmitted disease are part of the effort. Her Psychiatry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Psychological intervention, Intervention (counseling) and Psychosocial. Logistic regression and Odds ratio are all intertwined in Internal medicine research. Her study brings together the fields of Internal medicine and Odds ratio. Her work on Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Gonorrhea. As part of her studies on Gonorrhea, Gina M. Wingood often connects relevant subjects like Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Gina M. Wingood undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Family medicine and Gynecology in her work. She combines Gynecology and Family medicine in her research. Gina M. Wingood merges Demography with Gerontology in her research.
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Parental Monitoring: Association With Adolescents' Risk Behaviors
Ralph J. DiClemente;Gina M. Wingood;Richard Crosby;Catlainn Sionean.
Efficacy of an HIV Prevention Intervention for African American Adolescent Girls: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Ralph J. DiClemente;Gina M. Wingood;Kathy F. Harrington;Delia L. Lang.
Parent-adolescent communication and sexual risk behaviors among African American adolescent females.
Ralph J. DiClemente;Gina M. Wingood;Gina M. Wingood;Richard Crosby;Richard Crosby;Brenda K. Cobb;Brenda K. Cobb.
The Journal of Pediatrics (2001)
The ADAPT-ITT model: a novel method of adapting evidence-based HIV Interventions.
Gina M Wingood;Ralph J DiClemente.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (2008)
Religiosity and risky sexual behavior in African-American adolescent females
Donna Hubbard McCree;Gina M Wingood;Ralph DiClemente;Susan Davies.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2003)
A Prospective Study of Exposure to Rap Music Videos and African American Female Adolescents’ Health
Gina M. Wingood;Ralph J. DiClemente;Jay Michael Bernhardt;Kathy Harrington.
American Journal of Public Health (2003)
A prospective study of psychological distress and sexual risk behavior among black adolescent females.
Ralph J. DiClemente;Gina M. Wingood;Richard A. Crosby;Catlainn Sionean.
Adverse consequences of intimate partner abuse among women in non-urban domestic violence shelters
Gina M Wingood;Ralph J DiClemente;Anita Raj.
American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2000)
Dating Violence and the Sexual Health of Black Adolescent Females
Gina M. Wingood;Ralph J. DiClemente;Donna Hubbard McCree;Kathy Harrington.
Psychosocial Predictors of HIV-Associated Sexual Behaviors and the Efficacy of Prevention Interventions in Adolescents at-Risk for HIV Infection: What Works and What Doesn’t Work?
Ralph J. DiClemente;Colleen P. Crittenden;Eve Rose;Jessica M. Sales.
Psychosomatic Medicine (2008)
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