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Pamina Gorbach

Pamina Gorbach is an epidemiologist, focused on the epidemiology of infectious disease including transmission, acquisition and progression, testing for and contact tracing of such diseases, and adherence to and acceptability of new methods of diseases prevention.[1]Gorbach, a professor of infectious disease epidemiology at UCLA’s Fielding School of Public Health, has studied the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in the adult film industry.[2]Gorbach’s 2017 study of 360 adult film workers showed 24% of performers were infected with either chlamydia or gonorrhea.[3]

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UCLA Fielding School of Public Health experts available for media inquires regarding the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. David Eisenman is director of the ’s Center for Public Health and Disasters and professor-in-residence of community health sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. Dr. Jody Heymann is founding director of the WORLD Policy Analysis Center and served as dean of the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health from 2013-2018. Dr. Richard Jackson serves as professor emeritus in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.[1]

10/03/2020

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The Porn Industry Has A Lot of Safety Tips for the Covid-19 Era

Further complicating matters are issues of workers’ privacy, geography, politics, science, and cost. It’s a difficult mandate. But there is one place to look for guidance — the adult film industry. Gorbach’s 2017 study of 360 adult film workers showed 24% of performers were infected with either chlamydia or gonorrhea. Gorbach said she did see clear lessons that coronavirus testing programs could take from the film industry, including thinking about how to address people who “float,” or work at multiple locations that have vastly different standards for screening or protection.[2]

05/09/2020

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