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Kate Teresa Coleman-Minahan

TitleAsst Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
DepartmentCollege of Nursing
    Other Positions
    TitleResearch Associate
    InstitutionUniversity of Colorado Boulder
    DepartmentBehavioral Sci Inst-Admin


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    1. Coleman-Minahan K, Stevenson AJ, Obront L M S W E, Hays J D S. Young Women's Experiences Obtaining Judicial Bypass for Abortion in Texas. J Adolesc Health. 2018 Sep 06. PMID: 30197199.
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    2. Lazorwitz A, Coleman-Minahan K, Teal SB, Guiahi M. Ongoing Etonogestrel Contraceptive Implant Use Throughout Pregnancy. J Adolesc Health. 2018 Sep; 63(3):363-364. PMID: 30076014.
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    3. Hopkins K, Hubert C, Coleman-Minahan K, Stevenson AJ, White K, Grossman D, Potter JE. Unmet demand for short-acting hormonal and long-acting reversible contraception among community college students in Texas. J Am Coll Health. 2018 Jul; 66(5):360-368. PMID: 29405858.
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    4. Coleman-Minahan K, Samari G. 'He supported me 100%': Mexican-immigrant fathers, daughters, and adolescent sexual health. Ethn Health. 2018 Feb 19; 1-20. PMID: 29455566.
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    5. Coleman-Minahan K, Chavez M, Bull S. Immigrant Generation and Sexual Initiation Among a Diverse Racial/Ethnic Group of Urban Youth. J Immigr Minor Health. 2017 12; 19(6):1412-1419. PMID: 27103617.
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    6. Samari G, Coleman-Minahan K. Parental Gender Expectations by Socioeconomic Status and Nativity: Implications for Contraceptive Use. Sex Roles. 2018 May; 78(9-10):669-684. PMID: 29904231.
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    7. Potter JE, Coleman-Minahan K, White K, Powers DA, Dillaway C, Stevenson AJ, Hopkins K, Grossman D. Contraception After Delivery Among Publicly Insured Women in Texas: Use Compared With Preference. Obstet Gynecol. 2017 08; 130(2):393-402. PMID: 28697112.
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    8. Coleman-Minahan K, Aiken ARA, Potter JE. Prevalence and Predictors of Prenatal and Postpartum Contraceptive Counseling in Two Texas Cities. Womens Health Issues. 2017 Nov - Dec; 27(6):707-714. PMID: 28662935.
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    9. Coleman-Minahan K. The socio-political context of migration and reproductive health disparities: The case of early sexual initiation among Mexican-origin immigrant young women. Soc Sci Med. 2017 05; 180:85-93. PMID: 28324794.
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    10. Coleman-Minahan K, Scandlyn JN. The role of older siblings in the sexual and reproductive health of Mexican-origin young women in immigrant families. Cult Health Sex. 2017 02; 19(2):151-164. PMID: 27684216.
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    11. Krueger PM, Coleman-Minahan K, Rooks RN. Race/ethnicity, nativity and trends in BMI among U.S. adults. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2014 Jul; 22(7):1739-46. PMID: 24634406; PMCID: PMC4545289.
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