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Research & Initiatives
Together We Thrive: Surviving and thriving in the face of discrimination and victimization. Funded by the Southern Nursing Research Society and the National Institutes of Health – National Institute of Nursing Research
Together We Thrive: Surviving and thriving in the face of discrimination and victimizationFunded by the Southern Nursing Research Society and the National Institutes of Health – National Institute of Nursing Research Link to current research info: CLICK HERE ***ACTIVELY RECRUITING***
Identifying Danger: Examining predictors of intimate partner homicide among transgender and gender diverse peopleFunded by the Danger Assessment Technical Training and Support Center Link to the Danger Assessment Sherman, A. D. F., Peitzmeier, S., Cimino, A. N., Balthazar, M.,Klepper, M., Chand, A. T., Clark, K. D., & Campbell, J. (2021). Risks of Intimate Partner Homicide and Severe Reassault among Transgender and Gender Diverse Intimate Partner Violence Survivors: Preliminary findings from community listening sessions. 2021 National LGBTQ Health Conference, Chicago, IL (Poster) Ongoing research: Working with Dr. Jackie Campbell, Dr. Sarah Peitzmeier, Dr. Jill Messing, and Dr. Millan AbiNader to identify predictors of intimate partner homicide among transgender and gender diverse people who have been murdered using the National Violent Death Reporting System Database and the Center for Homicide Research Database.
LGBTQI+ Health Initiative: Integrating LGBTQI+ health content into nursing curriculaFunded by Association for Community Health Nurse Educators Link to more information: CLICK HERE Tool Survey: CLICK HERE Link to our training RISE module: Caring for the LGBTQI+ Community This module will provide pertinent information regarding lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and intersex (LGBTQI+) terminology and approaches to provide gender and sexuality affirming care to patients.https://capacity.ce.emorynursingexperience.com/courses/caring-for-the-lgbtqi-community Ongoing research: Developing an LGBTQI+ health video training series for nursing faculty Contact Meredith Klepper at email@example.com for more information
TransConnect: A study of pathways to health for Black transgender women who have survived violenceFunded by the Robert Wood Johnson Future of Nursing Scholars program, the Scholl Award, and the Diane L. Sant Nursing Endowment Award Link to the publications on the publication tab: CLICK HERE
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