Kate Coleman-Minahan
Kate Coleman-Minahan
University of Colorado, College of Nursing
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Challenging unintended pregnancy as an indicator of reproductive autonomy
JE Potter, AJ Stevenson, K Coleman-Minahan, K Hopkins, K White, ...
Contraception 100 (1), 1-4, 2019
Race/ethnicity, nativity and trends in BMI among US adults
PM Krueger, K Coleman‐Minahan, RN Rooks
Obesity 22 (7), 1739-1746, 2014
Contraception after delivery among publicly insured women in Texas: use compared with preference
JE Potter, K Coleman-Minahan, K White, DA Powers, C Dillaway, ...
Obstetrics and gynecology 130 (2), 393, 2017
Young women's experiences obtaining judicial bypass for abortion in Texas
K Coleman-Minahan, AJ Stevenson, E Obront, S Hays
Journal of Adolescent Health 64 (1), 20-25, 2019
Unmet demand for short-acting hormonal and long-acting reversible contraception among community college students in Texas
K Hopkins, C Hubert, K Coleman-Minahan, AJ Stevenson, K White, ...
Journal of American College Health 66 (5), 360-368, 2018
The socio-political context of migration and reproductive health disparities: The case of early sexual initiation among Mexican-origin immigrant young women
K Coleman-Minahan
Social science & medicine 180, 85-93, 2017
Quality of postpartum contraceptive counseling and changes in contraceptive method preferences
K Coleman-Minahan, JE Potter
Contraception 100 (6), 492-497, 2019
Low‐income Texas women's experiences accessing their desired contraceptive method at the first postpartum visit
K Coleman‐Minahan, CH Dillaway, C Canfield, DM Kuhn, KS Strandberg, ...
Perspectives on sexual and reproductive health 50 (4), 189-198, 2018
Adolescents obtaining abortion without parental consent: their reasons and experiences of social support
K Coleman‐Minahan, A Jean Stevenson, E Obront, S Hays
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 52 (1), 15-22, 2020
Unintentional IUD expulsion with concomitant menstrual cup use: a case series
R Seale, L Powers, M Guiahi, K Coleman-Minahan
Contraception 100 (1), 85-87, 2019
Parental gender expectations by socioeconomic status and nativity: Implications for contraceptive use
G Samari, K Coleman-Minahan
Sex roles 78 (9-10), 669-684, 2018
Prevalence and predictors of prenatal and postpartum contraceptive counseling in two Texas cities
K Coleman-Minahan, ARA Aiken, JE Potter
Women's Health Issues 27 (6), 707-714, 2017
The role of older siblings in the sexual and reproductive health of Mexican-origin young women in immigrant families
K Coleman-Minahan, JN Scandlyn
Culture, health & sexuality 19 (2), 151-164, 2017
Denials of judicial bypass petitions for abortion in Texas before and after the 2016 bypass process change: 2001–2018
AJ Stevenson, K Coleman-Minahan, S Hays
American Journal of Public Health 110 (3), 351-353, 2020
Measuring structural xenophobia: US State immigration policy climates over ten years
G Samari, A Nagle, K Coleman-Minahan
SSM-population health 16, 100938, 2021
Long-acting reversible contraceptive attitudes and acceptability in adolescents and young adults: a key to patient-centered contraceptive counseling
MJ Richards, K Coleman-Minahan, J Sheeder
Journal of pediatric and adolescent gynecology 33 (6), 673-680, 2020
Availability of confidential services for teens declined after the 2011–2013 changes to publicly funded family planning programs in Texas
K Coleman-Minahan, K Hopkins, K White
Journal of Adolescent Health 66 (6), 719-724, 2020
‘He supported me 100%’: Mexican-immigrant fathers, daughters, and adolescent sexual health
K Coleman-Minahan, G Samari
Ethnicity & health 25 (4), 560-579, 2020
Development of the brief social capital for youth sexual and reproductive health scale: exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis
D Córdova, K Coleman-Minahan, S Bull, EA Borrayo
Youth & society 51 (4), 570-587, 2019
Immigrant generation and sexual initiation among a diverse racial/ethnic group of urban youth
K Coleman-Minahan, M Chavez, S Bull
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 19, 1412-1419, 2017
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