Assistant Professor of Nursing, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Chapter Member: Colorado SSN
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Coleman-Minahan’s research focuses on reproductive health equity. She situates reproductive aspirations and actions in a social and structural context and evaluates how health and social policy impact access to and quality of contraception and abortion care, specifically among young people and immigrants. Overarching themes in Coleman-Minahan's writings include structural and gender inequity and stigma. Coleman-Minahan practices as a nurse practitioner at an adolescent family planning clinic, collaborates with reproductive justice organizations, and has provided her research and clinical experience in legislative testimony.
Eliminate Forced Parental Involvement in Contraception and Abortion
The Process of Seeking a Judicial Bypass for Abortion May Harm Adolescents
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"Abortion Denial Is Harmful Vote 'No' on Proposition 115 in November," Kate Coleman-Minahan, Health, Colorado Newsline, August 26, 2020.
Kate Coleman-Minahan's research on judicial bypass laws discussed by , "Judicial Bypass Process for Abortion in Texas Causes Harm, Researchers Say," Reuters Health, September 19, 2018.