This poster illustrates how understanding the complex relationship between stigma and high risk behaviors in the lives of HIV+ individuals is important for developing community interventions to reduce risky sexual behavior.
November 11, 2009
Lewis, Kimberly; Chng, Chwee-Lye & Vosvick, Mark A.
This commentary extends a discussion initiated by Toussaint et al. (Sci Rep 6:22125, 2016) concerning the relationship between global patterns of freshwater fish functional diversity (FD) and its vulnerability to human impacts.
November 11, 2016
Vitule, Jean R. S.; Agostinho, Angela A.; Azevedo-Santos, Valter M.; Daga, Vanessa S.; Darwall, William R. T.; Fitzgerald, Daniel B. et al.
This article presents a study that aims to identify strategies for using video-based social media to combat stigmatized diseases, such as mental health, among college students. The authors identify effective strategies for designing video-based social media content for supporting college students’ mental health. Results show that the videos where individuals share their personal stories, as well as experiential knowledge (ie, tips and advice), engaged more viewers in both the short term and long term. Individuals’ videos on YouTube showed the potential to support college students' mental health in unique ways, such as providing social support, validating experience, and sharing the positive experience of help-seeking.
November 11, 2021
Choi, Bogeum; Kim, Heejun & Huh-Yoo, Jina
Authors discuss their use of a distributed and decentralized architecture to store the statistics, perform double hashing, and implement access control through smart contracts to forecast groundwater availability. Their work demonstrates a modern and innovative approach combining Distributed Data Storage and Blockchain technologies to overcome traditional data sharing, and centralized storage, while addressing blockchain limitations.
November 11, 2022
Vangipuram, Sukrutha L. T.; Mohanty, Saraju P.; Kougianos, Elias & Ray, Chittaranjan