Decreasing Sexual Health Stigma to Benefit Patient Health Outcomes

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In an interview with Pharmacy Times®, Jennifer Pena, chief medical officer for Nurx, discusses the impact of sexual health stigma, as well as how to combat it.

Pharmacy Times interviewed Jennifer Pena, chief medical officer for Nurx, on how sexual health stigma can have negative impacts on patient care, as well as potential solutions.

In this discussion, Pena reviews the impact that stigma can have on both physical and mental health, how telehealth is changing the way patients receive care, and the role that pharmacists and providers play in reducing sexual health stigma.

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