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School of Social Work Research Publications for Ashley Lacombe-Duncan

  1. Friedline, T., Cross, F., Doyle, K., Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Schultz, K. (2022). Dismantling white supremacy and promoting anti-racism in social work research, teaching, and service: tensions, paradoxes and a collective response. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.
  2. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Berringer, K. R., Green, J.*, Jacobs, A.*, & Hamdi, A*. (2022). “I do the she and her”: A qualitative exploration of HIV care providers’ considerations of trans women in gender-specific HIV care. Women's Health.
  3. Newman, P. A., Reid, L.~, Lacombe-Duncan, A., Tepjan, S., & Ramsundarsingh. (2022). A methodological scoping review on qualitative research on LGBTQ+ bullying victimization: Implications for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services.
  4. Logie, C. H., Kinitz, D. J., Gittings, L., Persad, Y., Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Poteat, T. (2022). Eliciting critical hope in community-based HIV research with transgender women in Toronto, Canada: methodological insights. Health Promotion International.
  5. Kia, H., Salway, T., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Ferlatte, O., & Ross, L. E. (2022). “You Could Tell I Said the Wrong Things”: Constructions of Sexual Identity Among Older Gay Men in Healthcare Settings. Qualitative Health Research, 32(2), 255-266.
  6. Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Olawale, R. (2022). (2022). Context, Types, and Consequences of Violence Across the Life Course: A Qualitative Study of the Lived Experiences of Transgender Women Living With HIV. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37(5-6), 2242-2266.
  7. Gamarel, K. E., Jadwin-Cakmak, L., King, W. M., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Trammell, R., Reyes, L. A., Burks, C., Rivera, B., Arnold, E., & Harper, G. W. (2022). Stigma Experienced by Transgender Women of Color in Their Dating and Romantic Relationships: Implications for Gender-based Violence Prevention Programs. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 37(9-10), NP8161-NP8189.
  8. Andalibi, N., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Roosevelt, L., Giniel, C.~, & Wojciechowski, K~. (2022). LGBTQ persons’ use of online spaces to navigate conception, pregnancy, and pregnancy loss: An intersectional approach. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 29(1), 1-46.
  9. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Shokoohi, M., Persad, Y., Underhill, A., Machouf, N., Côté, P., Wheatley, M., Gupta, M., Kyne, L. T., Besharty, A. A., Fung, R., Chan, L. Y. L., Arbess, G., Bourns, A., Nguyen, Q., & Loutfy, M. (2022). Characterizing HIV care among a clinical sample of transgender women living with HIV. HIV Medicine, 23(4), 324-330.
  10. Kattari, S. K., Kattari, L., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Shelton, J., & Misiolek, B. A. (2022). Differential experiences of sexual, physical, and emotional intimate partner violence among transgender and gender diverse adults. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  11. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Jadwin-Cakmak, L., Trammell, R., Burks, C., Rivera, B., Reyes, L., Abad, J., Ward, L., Harris, H., Harper, G., & Gamarel, K. (2021). “…Everybody else is more privileged. Then it’s us…”: A qualitative study exploring community responses to intersectional exclusion and health-disparaging social determinants of health among trans women of color in Detroit, Michigan. Sexuality Research and Social Policy.
  12. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C. H., Persad, Y., Leblanc, G., Nation, K., Kia, H., Scheim, A., Lyons, T., Horemans, C., Olawale, R. & Loutfy, M. (2021). Implementation and evaluation of the ‘Transgender Education for Affirmative and Competent HIV and Healthcare (TEACHH)’ provider education pilot. BMC Medical Education, 21, 561.
  13. Kia, H., Salway, T., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Ferlatte, O., & Ross, L. E. (2021). “You could tell I said the wrong things”: Constructions of sexual identity among older gay men in health care settings. Qualitative Health Research, 32(2), 255-266.
  14. MacKinnon, M., Kia, H., & Lacombe-Duncan, A. (2021). Examining TikTok’s potential for community-engaged, digital knowledge mobilization with trans and nonbinary communities: A tutorial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 23(12), e30315.
  15. Andalibi, N., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Roosevelt, L., Giniel, C., & Wojciechowski, K. (2021). LGBTQ persons’ use of online spaces to navigate conception, pregnancy, and pregnancy loss: An intersectional approach. Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction.
  16. Guta, A., Newman, P. A., & Lacombe-Duncan, A. (2021). New hierarchies of desirability and old forms of deviance related to PrEP: Insights from the Canadian experience with an epilogue about the COVID-19 pandemic. In S. Kippax, P. Aggleton, Bourne, A., S. Bernays, R. Parker (Ed.), Remaking HIV Prevention: The Promise of TasP, U=U and PrEP. Springer.
  17. Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Logie, C. H. (2021). The ethical dilemmas of working safely with community researchers: Lessons from community-based research with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. In S. Bell, P. Aggleton, & A. Gibson (Eds.), Peer Research in Health and Social Development: International Perspectives on Participatory Research. Taylor & Francis Group.
  18. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C. H., Li, J., Mitchell, B., Williams, D., & Levermore, K. (2021). Social-ecological factors associated with having a regular healthcare provider among lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons in Jamaica. Global Public Health.
  19. Pyle, C., Roosevelt, L., Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Andalibi, N. (2021). LGBTQ persons’ pregnancy loss disclosures to known ties on social media: Disclosure decisions and ideal disclosure environments. CHI2021 1-17.
  20. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Guta, A., & Newman, P. (2021). Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) implementation for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men: Implications for social work practice. Health and Social Work, 46(1), 22-32.
  21. Kattari, S. K., Kattari, L., Johnson, I., Lacombe-Duncan, A., & Misiolek, B. A. (2020). Differential experiences of mental health among trans/gender diverse adults in Michigan. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(18), 6805.
  22. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Kia, H., Logie, C. H., Todd, K. P., Persad, Y., Leblanc, G., Nation, K., Scheim, A., Lyons, T., Horemans, C., & Loutfy, M. (2020). A qualitative exploration of barriers to HIV prevention, treatment, and support: Perspectives of transgender women and service providers. Health and Social Care in the Community.
  23. Gamarel, K. E., Jadwin-Cakmak, L., King, W. M., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Trammell, R., Reyes, L. A., Burkes, C., Rivera, B., Arnold, E., & Harper, G. W. (2020). Stigma experienced by transgender women of color in their dating and romantic relationships: Implications for gender-based violence prevention programs. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  24. Logie, C. H., Lacombe-Duncan, A., Wang, Y., Levermore, K., Jones, N., Ellis, T., & Bryan, N. (2020). Adapting the psychological mediation framework for cisgender and transgender sexual minorities in Jamaica: Implications from latent Vs. observed variable approaches to sexual stigma. Social Science and Medicine, 245, 112663.
  25. Lacombe-Duncan, A., Logie, C. H., Newman, P. A., & Kazemi, M. (2020). A qualitative study of resilience among transgender women living with HIV in response to stigma in healthcare. AIDS Care, 32(8), 1008-1013.

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