PUBLICATIONS

PEER- REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Threats, M. & Bond, K. (2021). HIV information acquisition and use among young black men who have sex with men who use the internet: a mixed methods study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. (in press).

  • Threats, M., Brawner, B., Montgomery, T., Abrams, J. Jemmott, L., Crouch, P., Freeborn, K, Kamitani, E., & Enah, C. (2021). A review of recent HIV Prevention Interventions and Future Considerations for Nursing Science. Journal of the Association of Nursing in AIDS Care. (in press)

  • Boyd, D. T., Threats, M., Winifred, O., & Nelson, L. E. (2020). The Association Between African American Father-Child Relationships and HIV Testing. American journal of men's health, 14(6), 1557988320982702.

  • Threats, M., Boyd, D., Diaz, J., & Adebayo, O. (2020). Deterrents and motivators of HIV testing among young black men who have sex with men in North Carolina. AIDS Care, 1-9.

  • Chen, A., Flaherty, M.G., Threats, M. (2020). Attitudes, provider and treatment selection of complementary and integrative health among individuals with pain-related conditions. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 102410

  • Barry, M.C., Threats, M., Blackburn, N.A., LeGrand, S., Dong, W., Pulley, D.V., Sallabank, G., Harper, G.W., Hightow-Weidmen, L.B., Bauermeister, J.A., Muessig, K.E. (2019). “Stay strong! Keep ya head up! Move on! It gets better!!!!”: Resilience processes in the healthMpowerment online intervention of young Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. AIDS Care, 30(SUP5), S27-S38.

  • Flaherty, M.G., Threats, M., & Kaplan, S. (2018). Patients’ health information practices and perceptions of provider knowledge in the case of the newly discovered alpha-gal food allergy. Journal of Patient Experience.

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

  • Threats, M. (2019, October). The information practices of HIV positive Black gay men post-diagnosis. SIG-USE Symposium, Association for Information Science and Technology – Annual Meeting. Melbourne, AU.

  • Threats, M. (2019, September). The influence of socio-technical environments on the information behaviors of Black gay men. Association for Library and Information Science Educators – Annual Conference Proceedings. Knoxville, TN.

  • Threats, M. (2018, February). Closing the knowledge-behavior gap: sexual health information behavior and the adoption of HIV protective and risk reduction behaviors among young, Black men who have sex with men. Association for Library and Information Science Educators Annual Conference. Denver, CO.

  • Gibson, A. & Threats, M. (2017, January). Know That! Young Black Women and Personal Geographies of Information Seeking. Association for Library and Information Science Educators – Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA.

  • Threats, M. (2016, September). APPlify Your Health: Accessing HIV/AIDS Information Anywhere, Anytime. Medical Library Association - Mid-Atlantic Chapter Tri-Chapter Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.

  • Radin, T., Mainville, J., Buchanan, J., Miller, S., Threats, M., Fink-Yates, J. (2015). Positive youth transitions: leading the way to care, Youth TEACH, a program of Philadelphia FIGHT. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National HIV Prevention Conference. Atlanta, GA.

  • Threats, M. (2013, July). Librarians Build Communities. American Library Association Annual Conference. Chicago, IL.

CONFERENCE TALKS AND INVITED LECTURES

  • Zhang, E., Sutherland, T., Threats, M., Bui, M., Bowen, K., Collier, Z., & Peterson-Salahuddin, C. (2021, May). Media-Based Community and Self Care Practices as Activism. International Communication Association 71st Annual Conference. Virtual.

  • Paris, B., Greene, D., Crooks, R., Threats, M., Pasquetto, I., Wood, S., & Pierre, J. (2021, March). Critical Futures: exploring the place and practice of critical informatics training in iSchools. iConference 2021. Virtual.

  • Threats, M. (2021, March 18). Your Digital Heartbeat. Health Literacy and Privacy in a Pandemic World Lecture Series. Library Freedom Project. Network of the National Library of Medicine. Virtual

  • Threats, M. (2021, February 15). Toward health justice in informatics: A community-based, intersectional approach to HIV informatics intervention development. Columbia University Department of Biomedical Informatics Seminar Series. Virtual

  •  McCall, T. & Threats, M. (2020, November). User-Centered Recommendations for the Development of a Mental Health Application to Help African American Women Manage Anxiety and Depression. American Medical Informatics Association 2020 Annual Symposium – Workgroup on Interactive Systems in Health (WISH).

  • Booth, K., Threats, M., Yarger, L., Cain, C. (2020, October). Mentoring, immersion, and long-term support of underrepresented students: spotlight on the i3 program. Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Accelerator Series. Association for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. Virtual. 

  • Threats, M. (2019, June). The influence of social-technical environments on the information behaviors and HIV risk reduction behaviors of black gay men. Project ENABLE, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carolina Health Informatics Program. Chapel Hill, NC.  

  • Almader-Douglas, D., Hickner, A., Douglas-Williams, T., Threats, M. (2019, May). Microaggressions and more: Continuing the conversation on implicit bias. Global Health & Health Equity Immersion. Medical Library Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL.

  • Threats, M. (2018, March). Going to Graduate School. Gates Millennium Scholars Program Triangle chapter. Chapel Hill, NC. 

  • Threats, M. (2016, September). Minimizing barriers to health information access. Diversity matters: equality and inclusion in healthcare. Medical Library Association – Mid-Atlantic Chapter Tri-Chapter Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. 

  • Threats, M. & Johnson, C. (2015, June). Librarians on the frontline. Allied Media Conference. Detroit, MI. 

  • Threats, M. (2014, October). Civic engagement and technology: best practices. Technology Learning Collaborative: Bringing IT Home Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

  • Threats, M. (2014, April). Bridging the digital divide: the electronic village. Technology Learning Collaborative Open Members Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. 

  • Threats, M. (2013, April). The gender, Black feminism & environmental justice special collection workshop series at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. Eastern New York chapter of the Association of College and Research Libraries Spring Conference. Albany, NY.

  • Threats, M. (2010, July). Assessing the response to the U.S. Crack Epidemic. 18th Annual Penn State University McNair Summer Research Conference. State College, PA.

BOOK CHAPTER

Gibson, A., Hughes-Hassell, S., & Threats, M. (2018). Critical race theory in the LIS curriculum. In Sarin, L.C., Percell, J. Jaeger, P.T. and Bertot, J.C. (eds.) Re-Envisioning the MLS: Perspectives on the Future of Library and Information Science Education (pp. 49-70). Emerald Publishing Limited.

 

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