Intimate Partner Violence Experiences Among Men Living with HIV in Rural Appalachia
Study examining the relationship between intimate partner
violence (IPV) and HIV-associated clinical outcomes among
men residing in rural Appalachia. Highlights associations
between IPV experiences and demographic characteristics,
such as age, race/ethnicity, relationship status,
educational attainment, household income, and more.
Author(s): Nicole Bryan, Danielle Davidov, Taron Dick, John Bassler, Melanie Fisher Citation: AIDS and Behavior, 23(11), 3002-3014 Date: 2019 Type: Document view details
Trend Differences in Men and Women in Rural and Urban U.S. Settings
Highlights a study on differences in rates of smoking between men and women in rural and urban areas across the U.S. Details age, race, income, and several other indicators that may contribute to rates of smoking.
Author(s): A. Cepeda-Benito, N.J. Doogan, R. Redner, et al. Citation: Preventive Medicine, 117, 69-75 Date: 12/2018 Type: Document view details
In Over Half of U.S. Counties, More Working-Age Men Than Women Are Uninsured
Compares health insurance coverage for working-age men and women in 2016 based on Small Area Health Insurance Estimates (SAHIE) data. Includes data for metropolitan and nonmetropolitan counties, as well as a map showing county-level estimates of the difference in uninsured rates between men and women.
Author(s): Rachel Upton Date: 03/2018 Type: Document Sponsoring organization: U.S. Census Bureau view details