Orlando Harris

Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Community Health Systems, School of Nursing, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Prevention Science in the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco
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Orlando O. Harris, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Community Health Systems, School of Nursing, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Division of Prevention Science in the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. His research focuses on the exploration of risk and protective factors in sexual and gender diverse communities of color. He also focuses on understanding the relationships between intersectional stigma, violence, mental health, HIV, and other health-related behavior outcomes. Dr. Harris leverages multi-methods data, using community-based participatory research methods, to inform culturally relevant interventions that improves the lives of vulnerable sexual and gender diverse communities. His research aims to reduce disparities in health within these communities by developing programs that improve self-efficacy and promote resilience.

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  1. Epstein A, Harris OO, Benmarhnia T, Camlin CS, Weiser SD. Do precipitation anomalies influence short-term mobility in sub-saharan Africa? An observational study from 23 countries. BMC Public Health. 2023 Feb 22; 23(1):377.
  2. Joudeh L, Heavner SF, Johnstone E, Propst SK, Harris OO. Challenges and opportunities for medical referrals at a mobile community health clinic serving sexual and gender minorities in rural South Carolina: a qualitative approach. BMC Health Serv Res. 2023 Feb 17; 23(1):168.
  3. Harris OO, Perry TE, Johnson JK, Lichtenberg P, Washington T, Kitt B, Shaw M, Keiser S, Tran T, Vest L, Maloof M, Portacolone E. Understanding the concept of trust and other factors related to COVID-19 vaccine intentions among Black/African American older adults prior to vaccine development. SSM Qual Res Health. 2023 Jun; 3:100230.
  4. Mchunu GG, Harris O, Nxumalo CT. Exploring primary healthcare practitioners' experiences regarding the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Prim Health Care Res Dev. 2022 Nov 04; 23:e67.
  5. Harrison SE, Muessig K, Poteat T, Koester K, Vecchio A, Paton M, Miller SJ, Pereira N, Harris O, Myers J, Campbell C, Hightow-Weidman L. Addressing Racism's Role in the US HIV Epidemic: Qualitative Findings From Three Ending the HIV Epidemic Prevention Projects. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2022 07 01; 90(S1):S46-S55.
  6. Harris OO, Bialous SA, Muench U, Chapman S, Dawson-Rose C. Climate Change, Public Health, Health Policy, and Nurses Training. Am J Public Health. 2022 06; 112(S3):S321-S327.
  7. Harris OO, Taylor KD, Maher A, Willard-Grace R. Health Coaching Across the Stages of Vaccine Readiness and Action: A Practical Guide for Public Health Nurses. Am J Public Health. 2022 06; 112(S3):S245-S249.
  8. Santos GM, Hong C, Wilson N, Nutor JJ, Harris O, Garner A, Holloway I, Ayala G, Howell S. Persistent disparities in COVID-19-associated impacts on HIV prevention and care among a global sample of sexual and gender minority individuals. Glob Public Health. 2022 06; 17(6):827-842.
  9. Logie CH, Toccalino D, Reed AC, Malama K, Newman PA, Weiser S, Harris O, Berry I, Adedimeji A. Exploring linkages between climate change and sexual health: a scoping review protocol. BMJ Open. 2021 10 18; 11(10):e054720.
  10. Grumbach K, Carson M, Harris OO. Achieving Racial and Ethnic Equity in COVID-19 Vaccination: From Individual Readiness to Health System Readiness. JAMA Health Forum. 2021 Jul 02; 2(7):e211724.
  11. Joudeh L, Harris OO, Johnstone E, Heavner-Sullivan S, Propst SK. "Little Red Flags": Barriers to Accessing Health Care as a Sexual or Gender Minority Individual in the Rural Southern United States-A Qualitative Intersectional Approach. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2021 Jul-Aug 01; 32(4):467-480.
  12. Wharton MJ, Harris OO, Chapman Lambert C, LeGrand S. "The More Things Change, the More Things Remain the Same": It's Time to Dismantle Structural Inequalities of Racism, Discrimination, and Health Disparities. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2021 Jul-Aug 01; 32(4):413-417.
  13. Nagata JM, Ganson KT, Whittle HJ, Chu J, Harris OO, Tsai AC, Weiser SD. Food Insufficiency and Mental Health in the U.S. During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Am J Prev Med. 2021 04; 60(4):453-461.
  14. Harris OO, Leblanc N, McGee K, Randolph S, Wharton MJ, Relf M. Alarm at the Gate-Health and Social Inequalities are Comorbid Conditions of HIV and COVID-19. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2020 Jul-Aug; 31(4):367-375.
  15. Beckford Jarrett S, Flanagan R, Coriolan A, Harris O, Campbell A, Skyers N. Barriers and facilitators to participation of men who have sex with men and transgender women in HIV research in Jamaica. Cult Health Sex. 2020 08; 22(8):887-903.
  16. Harris OO. Survival now versus survival later: immediate and delayed HIV risk assessment among young Jamaican men who have transactional sex with men. Cult Health Sex. 2019 08; 21(8):883-897.
  17. Harris OO, Dunn LL. "I Kept It to Myself": Young Jamaican Men Who Have Sex with Men's Experiences with Childhood Sexual Abuse and Sexual Assault. Arch Sex Behav. 2019 05; 48(4):1227-1238.
  18. Harris OO, Jarrett S. Beyond Homophobia: How Do Jamaican Men Who Have Sex with Men Build Communities, Affirm Identity, and Mitigate Homophobia? J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2018 Sep - Oct; 29(5):749-761.
  19. Treston C, Farley J, Harris O, Hoyt MJ, Kwong J, Van Nuys J. PrEP works and is a valuable addition to the HIV prevention toolkit. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. 2015 May-Jun; 26(3):224-6.