Publications

In Press

Beyond Unintended Pregnancy

Gómez AM, Arteaga S, Ingraham N, Arcara J. "Medical Conditions, Pregnancy Perspectives and Contraceptive Decision-Making among Young People: An Exploratory, Qualitative Analysis." Contraception. 2019;100(1):72-78.

Rodriguez A*, Arcara J, Deardorff J, Gómez AM. "The association between religiosity and pregnancy acceptability among Latino/a young adults: does generational status matter?" Culture, Health & Sexuality. 2019;Apr(1):1-17.

 

Gómez AM, Arteaga S, Villaseñor E, Arcara J, Freihart B*. "The Misclassification of Ambivalence in Pregnancy Intentions: A Mixed-Methods Analysis." Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. 2019;51(1):7-15.

 

Arteaga S, Caton L*, Gómez AM. "Planned, Unplanned and in-Between: The Meaning and Context of Pregnancy Planning for Young People." Contraception. 2019;99(1):16-21.

 

Lyons S*, Arcara J, Deardorff J, Gómez AM. "Financial Strain and Contraceptive Use among Women in the United States: Differential Effects by Age." Women's Health Issues. 2018;29(2):153-160.


Gómez AM, Arteaga S, Ingraham N, Arcara J, Villaseñor E. "It's Not Planned, but Is It Okay? The Acceptability of Unplanned Pregnancy among Young People." Women's Health Issues. 2018;28(5):408-414.

Arteaga S*, Gómez AM. (2016). “`Is That a Method of Birth Control?’ A Qualitative Exploration of Young Women’s Use of Withdrawal.” Journal of Sex Research 53(4-5): 626-632.  

Gómez AM. (2011). “Sexual Violence as a Predictor of Unintended Pregnancy, Contraceptive Use and Unmet Need Among Female Youth in Colombia.” Journal of Women’s Health 20(9), 1349-56.

Reframing LARCs

Gómez AM, Arteaga S, Aronson N, Goodkind M, Houston L, West E. "No Perfect Method: Exploring How Past Contraceptive Methods Influence Current Attitudes Toward Intrauterine Devices." Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2019. Epub ahead of print.

 

Mann ES, White A, Rogers P, Gómez AM. (2019). “Patients’ Experiences with South Carolina’s Immediate Postpartum Long-Acting Reversible Contraception Medicaid Policy.” Contraception 100(2): 165-171.

 

Gómez AM, Mann ES, Torres V. "'It Would Have Control over Me Instead of Me Having Control’: Intrauterine Devices and the Meaning of Reproductive Freedom." Critical Public Health. 2018;28(2):190-200.

 

Gómez AM, Wapman M*. "Under (Implicit) Pressure: Young Black and Latina Women's Perceptions of Contraceptive Care." Contraception. 2017;96(4):221-226.

 

Downey MM*, Arteaga S, Villaseñor E, Gómez AM. "More Than a Destination: Contraceptive Decision Making as a Journey." Women's Health Issues. 2017;27(5):539-545.


Gomez AM, Freihart B*. "Motivations for Interest, Disinterest and Uncertainty in Intrauterine Device Use among Young Women." Maternal and Child Health Journal. 2017;21(9):1753-1762.

Gubrium A, Mann ES, Borrero S, Dehlendorf C, Fields J, Geronimus AT, Gómez AM, Harris LH, Higgins J, Kimport K, Luker K, Luna Z, Mamo L, Roberts D, Romero D, Sisson G. (2016). "Realizing Reproductive Health Equity Needs More than Long-Acting Reversible Contraception (LARC)." American Journal of Public Health 106(1), 18-19.

 

Marshall CJ*, Gómez AM. (2015). “Young Men’s Awareness and Knowledge of Intrauterine Devices in the United States.” Contraception 92(5): 494-500.

 

Gómez AM, Hartofelis EC, Finlayson S, Clark JB. (2015). “Do Knowledge and Attitudes Regarding Intrauterine Devices Predict Interest in Their Use?” Women’s Health Issues 25(4): 359-65.

 

Gómez AM, Clark J. (2014). “The Relationship between Contraceptive Features Preferred by Young Women and Interest in IUDs: An Exploratory Analysis.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 46(3), 157-63.

 

Gómez AM, Allina A, Fuentes L. (2014). “Women or LARC First? Reproductive Autonomy and the Promotion of Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive Methods.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 46(3), 171-5.

Contraceptive Access in Pharmacies

Gómez AM, McCullough C, Fadda R*, et al. (2019) "Facilitators and barriers to implementing pharmacist-prescribed hormonal contraception in California independent pharmacies." Women & Health. 1-11.

 

Gómez AM, McCullough C, Hoff C*. (2018) "Expectations of future provision of pharmacist-prescribed hormonal contraception in California." American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 218(6):627–628.


Gómez AM. (2017) "Availability of pharmacist-prescribed contraception in California, 2017." JAMA. 318(22):2253-2254.

Sexual and Reproductive Health

Campbell C, Gómez AM, Dworkin S, Wilson P, Grisham K, McReynolds J, Vielehr P, Hoff C. (2013). “Health, Trust, or ‘Just Understood?’: Condom Decision-making Processes of Black, White, & Interracial Gay Couples." Archives of Sexual Behavior 43(4), 697-706.

 

Speizer IS, Beauvais BF, Gómez AM, Finn T, Roussel B. (2009) “Using Multiple Sampling Approaches to Measure Sexual Risk-Taking Among Young People in Haiti: Programmatic Implications.” Studies in Family Planning 40(4), 277-88. 

 

Gómez AM, Speizer IS, Reynolds H, Murray N, Beauvais HF. (2008) “Age Differences at Sexual Debut and Subsequent Reproductive Health: Is There a Link?” Reproductive Health 5(8). 

 

Miller M, Liao Y, Gómez AM, Gaydos C, D’Mellow DM. (2008) “Factors Associated with the Prevalence and Incidence of Trichomonas Vaginalis Among African American Women Who Use Drugs in New York City.” The Journal of Infectious Diseases 197(4), 503-9.

 

Gómez AM, Grimes DA, Lopez LM, Schulz KF. (2007) “Steroid Hormones for Contraception in Women with Sickle Cell Disease.” The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. 

HIV Prevention

Campbell C*, Gómez AM, Wilson P, Grisham K*, Hoff C, Dworkin S. (2016). "Sexual Behavior and HIV Risk Among Age-Discrepant, Same-Sex Male Couples:  A Qualitative Exploration." Culture, Health and Sexuality 18(12): 1319-1332.

 

Gómez AM, Beougher SC, Chakravarty D, Neilands TB, Mandic CG, Darbes LA, Hoff CC (2012). “Relationship Dynamics as Predictors of Broken Agreements About Outside Sexual Partners: Implications for HIV Prevention Among Gay Couples." AIDS & Behavior 16(2), 1584-8.

 

Speizer IS, Gómez AM, Stewart J, Voss P. (2011). “Community-Level HIV Behaviors and HIV Prevalence Among Women and Men in Zimbabwe.” AIDS Education and Prevention 23(5), 437-47.

Intimate Partner Violence

Fonseka R*, Minnis AM, Gómez AM. (2015). “Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration among Sri Lankan Men.” PLoS ONE. 

 

Gómez AM. (2011) “Testing the Cycle of Violence Hypothesis: Child Abuse and Adolescent Dating Violence as Predictors of Intimate Partner Violence in Young Adulthood.” Youth & Society 43(1), 171-92.

 

Gómez AM, Speizer IS, Moracco KE. (2011) “Linkages Between Gender Equity and Intimate Partner Violence Among Urban Brazilian Youth.” Journal of Adolescent Health 49(4), 393-99.

 

Gómez AM, Speizer IS. (2010) “Community-Level Intimate Partner Violence and the Circumstances of First Sex Among Young Women from Five African Countries.” Reproductive Health 7(11).

 

Gómez AM, Speizer IS. (2009) “Intersections Between Childhood Abuse and Adult Intimate Partner Violence Among Ecuadorian Women.” Maternal and Child Health Journal 13(4), 559-66.

 

Gómez AM, Speizer IS, Beauvais HF. (2009) “Sexual Violence and Reproductive Health Among Youth in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.” Journal of Adolescent Health 44(5), 508-10. 

Asterisk [*] indicates student contribution

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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