Michael Sanchez, DNP
Michael Sanchez is a family nurse practitioner with expertise in HIV, men’s and adult health, and sexual behaviors. He attained his experience in adult health at the internal medicine and infectious disease practice Garcia & Giron and has trained in many major health care institutions across Florida, including the University of Miami Hospital, Jackson Memorial Hospital, and the Miami Veterans’ Affairs Medical Center. He earned his doctorate degree from the University of Miami. Through practice at the Camillus Health Concern in Miami, Sanchez has played an active role in providing care to uninsured and homeless populations. He has co-authored a number of research articles and recently completed a post-master's program at the University of Pennsylvania in adult-gerontology acute care.
Below are selected resources. For more information, please see full CV.
Savage, C. L., & Sanchez, M. (2016). "Alcohol and Substance Use Disorder Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment Among People Living With HIV/AIDS." Journal of Addictions Nursing, 27(3), 214-217.
De Santis, J.P., Layerla, D.M., Barroso, S., Gattamorta, K.A., Sanchez, M., & Prado, G.J., (2012). "Predictors of eating attitudes and behaviors among gay Hispanic men." Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 26(2), 111-126.
De Santis, J., Vásquez, E., Weidel, J., Watson, S., & Sanchez, M. (2009). "A comparison of depressive symptoms, self-esteem, and sexual behaviors between foreign-born and US-born Hispanic men who have sex with men: Implications for HIV prevention." Hispanic Health Care International, 7(2), 80-87.