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Katie Massey Combs

TitleResearch Associate
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
DepartmentBehavioral Sci Inst-Admin

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    R03HD109587     (COMBS, KATIE MASSEY)Jun 1, 2023 - May 31, 2025
    Examining Contraceptive Access and Use among Youth with Child Welfare Involvement
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Steeger CM, Combs KM, Buckley PR, Brooks-Russell A, Lain MA, Drewelow K, Denker HK, Zaugg S, Hill KG. Substance use prevention during adolescence: Study protocol for a large-scale cluster randomized trial of Botvin High School LifeSkills Training. Contemp Clin Trials. 2023 02; 125:107049. PMID: 36521631.
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    2. Combs KM, Drewelow KM, Lain MA, H?besland M, Ippolito A, Finigan-Carr N. Sustainment of an Evidence-Based, Behavioral Health Curriculum in Schools. Prev Sci. 2023 04; 24(3):541-551. PMID: 36269449.
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    3. Combs KM, Buckley PR, Lain MA, Drewelow KM, Urano G, Kerns SEU. Influence of Classroom-Level Factors on Implementation Fidelity During Scale-up of Evidence-Based Interventions. Prev Sci. 2022 08; 23(6):969-981. PMID: 35486297.
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    4. Combs KM, Drewelow KM, Habesland MS, Lain MA, Buckley PR. Correction to: Does Training Modality Predict Fidelity of an Evidence-based Intervention Delivered in Schools? Prev Sci. 2021 Oct; 22(7):939. PMID: 33959857.
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    5. Combs KM, Drewelow KM, Habesland MS, Lain MA, Buckley PR. Does Training Modality Predict Fidelity of an Evidence-based Intervention Delivered in Schools? Prev Sci. 2021 10; 22(7):928-938. PMID: 33829345.
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    6. Craddock JB, Barman-Adhikari A, Combs KM, Fulginiti A, Rice E. Individual and Social Network Correlates of Sexual Health Communication Among Youth Experiencing Homelessness. AIDS Behav. 2020 Jan; 24(1):222-232. PMID: 31471815.
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    7. Brown SM, Barman-Adhikari A, Combs KM, Rice E. Sociodemographic and substance use characteristics associated with typologies and composition of social support networks among youth experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles, USA. Health Soc Care Community. 2020 03; 28(2):533-543. PMID: 31667942.
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    8. Begun S, Combs KM, Torrie M, Bender K. "It seems kinda like a different language to us": Homeless youths' attitudes and experiences pertaining to condoms and contraceptives. Soc Work Health Care. 2019 03; 58(3):237-257. PMID: 30407128.
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    9. Combs KM, Brown SM, Begun S, Taussig H. Pregnancy Attitudes and Contraceptive Use among Young Adults with Histories of Foster Care. Child Youth Serv Rev. 2018 Nov; 94:284-289. PMID: 31105369.
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    10. Combs KM, Begun S, Rinehart DJ, Taussig H. Pregnancy and Childbearing Among Young Adults Who Experienced Foster Care. Child Maltreat. 2018 05; 23(2):166-174. PMID: 29034732.
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