Development of an instrument to measure internalized stigma in those with HIV/AIDS, Issues in Mental Health Nursing (2011)
Cranial Electrotherapy Stimulation for the Treatment of Depression (with Mary Gunther), Journal of Psychosocial Nursing & Mental Health Services (2010)
More prevalent in women than men, clinical depression affects approximately 15 million American adults in...
Individual exercise sessions alter circulating hormones and cytokines in HIV-infected men (with Wesley David Dudgeon, John Larry Durstine, Stephanie E. Burgess, George William Lyerly, John Mark Davis, and Gregory Allen Hand), Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism (2010)
Exercise has the potential to impact disease by altering circulating anabolic and catabolic factors. It...
Understanding and Responding to HIV/AIDS Stigma and Disclosure: An International Challenge for Mental Health Nurses (with Richard L. Sowell), Issues in Mental Health Nursing (2010)
Stigma and discrimination are challenges in the care and treatment of persons with HIV infection...
Contributions to Books
Nursing care guided by the Roy adaptation model, Nursing Theory: Utilization and Application (2007)
Central Regulation of Stress Reactivity and Physical Activity (with G.A. Hand and M.A. Wilson), Psychobiology of Physical Activity (2006)
Stigma and Health in Gay Men (with R. L. Sowell), The Emergence of Men into the 21st Century (2002)
A view of the lives of HIV-infected women living in rural southeastern United States (with L. Moneyham, S.P. Thomas, M. Gunther, and M. Vyavaharkar), Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology (2009)
The culture of AIDS in Xhosa society (with B. Barr and J.W. Brown), Journal of Transcultural Nursing (2009)
Associations of psychological and physiological stress among HIV-infected individuals (with S. Blair, W.D. Dudgeon, S. Burgess, J.L. Durstine, W. Lyerly, J.R. Jaggers, and G.A. Hand), 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting (2010)
People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) often experience elevated emotional and physiological stressors including HIV, antiretrovirals,...
Physical activity reduces risk factors for cardiovascular disease in HIV-infected individuals (with G.A. Hand, J.R. Jaggers, W.D. Dudgeon, S. Burgess, J.L. Durstine, and W. Lyerly), 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting (2010)
People living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) have a 70-80% higher risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD), and...
A view of the lives of women with HIV/AIDS living in the rural southeastern United States (with L. Moneyham, C. Murdaugh, S.P. Thomas, and M. Gunther), Annual Meeting of the Southern Nursing Research Society (2009)
Women in the rural Southeastern U.S. are an underserved population at higher risk for becoming...