Online Program

Sex, violence, and HIV

Monday, November 4, 2013: 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Board 1
A model describing childhood sexual abuse, HIV, and PTSD in a sample of high-risk men who have sex with men   
Christine M. Holland, PhD, Jason Churchill, AA and Jason Cencirulo, BA
Board 2
Resilience in women with HIV: Relationships with childhood sexual abuse, depression, and health-related quality of life   
Sannisha K. Dale, PhD, EdM, Mardge H. Cohen, MD, Kathleen Weber, RN, Ruth C. Cruise, MA, Gwendolyn Kelso, MA, Yudelki M. Firpo, BA and Leslie Brody, PhD
Board 3
Relationship between intimate partner violence and HIV infection: A critical appraisal   
Ying Li, PhD, Caitlin M. Marshall, Hilary Rees, MPH, CPH, Annabelle Nunez and John Ehiri, PhD
Board 4
Influence of social support, sense of community, experience of community violence, and trauma history on sexual risk, substance use, and victimization in African American women   
Laura Otto-Salaj, PhD, Daniel Fuhrmann, PhD, Young Ik Cho, PhD, Michael Quant, Michael Brondino, Ph.D., Susan Rose, PhD, Michael Fendrich, PhD and Cheryl Gore-Felton, PhD
Board 5
Attitudes about gender roles and intimate partner violence (IPV) among a sample of haitian men and women   
Jessy G. Dévieux, Ph.D., Marie-Marcelle Deschamps, MD, Anshul Saxena, MPH, Taina Dadaille, M.D., Nancy Dorvil, M.D. and Olivia Paul, B.A.
Board 6
Trauma, condom negotiation, and mental health: Configurations of risk   
Courtney Peasant, M.S., Gilbert Parra, Ph.D. and James Murphy, Ph.D.
Board 7
Relational factors and HIV risk among African American women who experience gender-based violence   
Rachael Wendlandt, B.A., Laura F. Salazar, PhD, Alejandra Mijares, MPH and Nicole Pitts, B.S.
Board 8
Characterizing HIV risk through qualitative inquiry of a continuum of sexual coercion among African American women in San Diego, CA   
Jamila K. Stockman, PhD, MPH, Natasha Ludwig-Barron, MPH and Bushra Sabri, MSW, PhD

See individual abstracts for presenting author's disclosure statement and author's information.

Organized by: HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by: Epidemiology, Medical Care, APHA-Committee on Women's Rights

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