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InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentDepartment of Family and Community Medicine
DivisionFamily & Community Medicine
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    1. Alzate MM, Dongarwar D, Matas JL, Salihu HM. The Effect of Sexual Literacy on Adolescent Pregnancy in Colombia. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol. 2020 Feb; 33(1):72-82. PMID: 31561033.
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    2. Singh, N., Weber, M.K., McCann, H; Gonzalez, S., & Alzate, M.M. . Adolescent Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment for Substance Use: Submitted to the social work journal Children & Schools. Children & Schools. 2018.
    3. McCann, H;, & Alzate, M. M. Child Welfare Social Workers and Children with Prenatal Substance Exposure: Current Needs and Potential Solutions. Section Connections. NASW. 2018.
    4. Alzate, M.M. Reproductive Rights Movement. In Nadal, K. L. (Ed) . Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender. Thousand Oaks: Sage . 2017.
    5. Alzate, M. M. Adolescent Pregnancy in Colombia: The Price of Inequality and Political Conflict. In A. Cherry and M. Dillon (Eds) . International Handbook of Adolescent Pregnancy: Medical, Psychosocial, and Public Health Responses. NYC: Springer . 2014.
    6. Villegas, S., Gray, K. A; & Alzate, M. M. A Matter of Life and Death. In Wolfer, T.A., Franklin, L. D., & Gray , K. A (Eds). Decision Cases for Advanced Practice: Confronting Complexities. New York: Columbia University Press. Chapter 21 . 2013.
    7. Alzate, M. M. Tactic of War. In J.L. Postmus (Ed) . Sexual Violence and Abuse: An Encyclopedia of Prevention, Impact, and Recovery. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO . 2012.
    8. Alzate, M. M., Andharia, J., Chowa, G., Weil, M., & Doernberg, A. . Women and Leadership in Development, Planning, Organizing, and Social Change. In. M. Weil, M. Reisch & M. L. Ohmer (Eds). The Handbook of Community Practice. Second Edition. Chapter 31. Sage. 2012; 654-681.
    9. Alzate, M.M. Sexual and Reproductive Rights in Social Work Practice. Affilia: The Journal of Women and Social Work. 2009; 24(2):108 – 119.
    10. Alzate, M. M., Moxley, D., Bohon, S., & Nackerud, L. . The Influence of Perceived Health Status on Poor Women’s Confidence in Leaving Welfare: Implications for Social Work. Social Work in Health Care. 2009; (48):57 – 75.
    11. Alzate, M. M., & Rosenthal, J. Gender and Ethnic Differences for Hispanic Children Referred to Child Protective Services. Children and Youth Services Review. 2009; 31(1):1-7.
    12. Alzate, M. M. Sexual and Reproductive Rights of Internally Displaced Women: The Embodiment of Colombia’s Crisis. Disasters. 2008; 32(1):131-148.
    13. Alzate, M. M. Welfare Recipients’ Quality of Life: Lessons From the United Nations Human Development Index for the U.S. Welfare Reform. . European Journal of Social Work . 2006; 9:85-101.
    14. Alzate, M. M. . Public Policy Research Series. The Carl Vinson Institute of Government. The University of Georgia. The Quality of Life of Single Mothers on Welfare in Georgia and the 1996 Welfare Reform. 2005.
    15. Morgan, M., & Alzate, M. M. Founding Mothers and Contemporary Latin American Constitutions. Colombian Women, Constitution Making, and the New Constitutional Court. In A. K. Wing (Ed.). Global Critical Race Feminism. An International Reader. New York, London: New York University Press . 2000; 204-218.
    16. Morgan, M., & Alzate, M. M. . Constitution-Making in a Time of Cholera. Women and the 1991 Colombian Constitution. Yale Journal of Law and Feminism. 1992; 4:353-413.
    17. Alzate, M. M., Villegas, S., Salihu, H. M. Accepted. The Power of Culture and Context on Hispanic/Latina Teen Pregnancy and Birth in Oklahoma: Provider and Parental Perspectives. Social Work in Health Care.
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