Research :: Adolescent and Young Adult Health in San Francisco: Opportunities for Change

The Adolescent Health Working Group, based in San Francisco, held its 11th Annual Teen/Young Adult Provider Gathering. This year’s training focused on Increasing Patient-Centered Care for Young Women. Dr. Brindis was featured as the keynote speaker, and gave a presentation entitled “Adolescent and Young Adult Health in San Francisco: Opportunities for Change.” She discussed the health of adolescent and young adult females, and highlighted how medical homes can address common issues of access and utilization for this population. To view her presentation, please click here.

TOPIC(S)

Clinical Preventive Services, Data and Monitoring, Overviews/Fact Sheets, Socio-demographic disparities, Young Adults

DATE POSTED

April 21, 2014

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