Dr. Yehia's research focuses on evaluating health outcomes in individuals with HIV infection and on interventions aimed at improving the healthcare environment for sexual and gender minorities. He has experience using public health surveillance, longitudinal cohort, and qualitative data to evaluate patient, clinic, and population level outcomes. He has published over 150 articles, abstracts, chapters, and white papers, making important contributions to the understanding of patient engagement in healthcare and individual and environmental factors influencing access to and participation in care. His work has appeared in top medical journals, including JAMA, American Journal of Public Health, Medical Care, AIDS, and Clinical Infectious Diseases.
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Time of HIV Diagnosis and Engagement
in Prenatal Care Impact Virologic Outcomes
of Pregnant Women with HIV