The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychological intervention, Heroin, Demography, Public health and Psychiatry. Her work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Condom, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Social psychology, Peer group and Young adult. The various areas that Susan G. Sherman examines in her Heroin study include Social environment, Drug user and Clinical psychology.
Her study explores the link between Demography and topics such as Odds ratio that cross with problems in Confidence interval, Developed country, Incidence, Meta-analysis and Global health. Her Public health study often links to related topics such as Gerontology. Susan G. Sherman interconnects Cause of death, Emergency medicine, Harm reduction, Injection drug user and Drug overdose in the investigation of issues within Psychiatry.
Her primary areas of study are Demography, Public health, Psychological intervention, Sex work and Harm reduction. Susan G. Sherman combines subjects such as Odds ratio, Logistic regression, Gerontology, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Confidence interval with her study of Demography. Her Public health study combines topics in areas such as Law enforcement, Epidemiology, Family medicine and Environmental health.
As part of her studies on Psychological intervention, she often connects relevant areas like Social psychology. The concepts of her Sex work study are interwoven with issues in Domestic violence, Female sex and Reproductive health. Her Harm reduction study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychiatry and Heroin.
Her primary areas of investigation include Demography, Sex work, Harm reduction, Public health and Psychological intervention. The Demography study combines topics in areas such as Odds ratio, Logistic regression, Heroin, Confidence interval and Cohort. Her Sex work research also works with subjects such as
She has included themes like Public relations and Environmental health in her Harm reduction study. Her research integrates issues of Criminal justice, Law enforcement, Epidemiology and Family medicine in her study of Public health. Her Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Transgender, Empowerment and Criminalization.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Public health, Demography, Harm reduction, Family medicine and Logistic regression. Her study in Public health is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychological intervention, Criminal justice, Law enforcement and Epidemiology. Susan G. Sherman focuses mostly in the field of Psychological intervention, narrowing it down to topics relating to Environmental health and, in certain cases, Health department and Call to action.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sex work, Heroin and Confidence interval. Her Sex work study incorporates themes from Female sex, Mental health, Psychiatry, Injury prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. As a member of one scientific family, Susan G. Sherman mostly works in the field of Logistic regression, focusing on Sexual violence and, on occasion, Sexual abuse, Transgender, Cohort study and Condom.
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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)
Public health and international drug policy
Joanne Csete;Adeeba Kamarulzaman;Michel Kazatchkine;Frederick Altice.
The Lancet (2016)
HIV prevention among drug users: outcome of a network-oriented peer outreach intervention.
Carl A. Latkin;Susan Sherman;Amy Knowlton.
Health Psychology (2003)
Norms, social networks, and HIV-related risk behaviors among urban disadvantaged drug users.
Carl A Latkin;Valerie Forman;Amy Knowlton;Susan Sherman.
Social Science & Medicine (2003)
The role of sexual transmission of HIV infection among injection and non-injection drug users.
Steffanie A. Strathdee;Susan G. Sherman.
Journal of Urban Health-bulletin of The New York Academy of Medicine (2003)
Human rights violations against sex workers: burden and effect on HIV
Michele R. Decker;Anna-Louise Crago;Sandra Ka Hon Chu;Susan G. Sherman.
The Lancet (2015)
Prospective Evaluation of Community‐Acquired Acute‐Phase Hepatitis C Virus Infection
Andrea L. Cox;Dale M. Netski;Timothy Mosbruger;Susan G. Sherman.
Clinical Infectious Diseases (2005)
Addressing the “Risk Environment” for Injection Drug Users: The Mysterious Case of the Missing Cop
Scott C Burris;Kim M. Blankenship;Martin Donoghoe;Susan Sherman.
Milbank Quarterly (2004)
The evaluation of the JEWEL project: An innovative economic enhancement and HIV prevention intervention study targeting drug using women involved in prostitution
S. G. Sherman;D. German;Y. Cheng;M. Marks.
Aids Care-psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of Aids/hiv (2006)
Evaluation of the Staying Alive programme: Training injection drug users to properly administer naloxone and save lives
Karin E. Tobin;Susan G. Sherman;Peter Beilenson;Christopher Welsh.
International Journal of Drug Policy (2009)
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