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Johannes Mosquera Wilson

Reducing Health Disparities with LGBTQ Youth of Color: An Update

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The Reducing Health Disparities with LGBTQ Youth of Color team at The Fenway Institute hit the ground running in the early months of 2014 to finalize and implement the second phase of our Needs Assessment: a community survey designed to learn more about positive youth development and protective factors in LGBTQ youth of color, with a particular focus on mental health. Our survey is the result of collaboration between many talented and dedicated people. Dr. Kerith Conron took the lead in constructing the survey, drawing on measures commonly used in the LGBTQ youth literature, with multiple rounds of feedback and 
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Reducing Health Disparities in LGBTQ Youth Of Color

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The Fenway Institute’s new community-based participatory research study on Reducing Health Disparities in LGBTQ Youth of Color (YOC) has achieved significant progress throughout its first two funded quarters. Johannes Mosquera Wilson was hired as the study coordinator for this project, and much of his work thus far has centered on developing the Youth Community Advisory Board.  Johannes has collaborated with Anna Hidalgo, Jonathan Reveil, Beth Cohen, and Jessica Watson, members of the project teams for Adolescent Trials Network (ATN) and Connect to Protect (C2P), to recruit, train, and facilitate the Fenway Youth Community Advisory Board (YCAB). Together, we planned and 
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