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ISSN 2155-6113

Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research
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Victoria H. Raveis

 New York University,College of Nursing, 726 Broadway, Room 1049, New York

Biography

Dr. Victoria Raveis is a social gerontologist and medical sociologist.  An experienced health services researcher, Dr. Raveis currently is Research Professor and Director of the Psychosocial Research Unit on Health, Aging and the Community, located in the Colleges of Dentistry and Nursing.  She has been the PI or Co-PI on research grants from NINR, NIMH, NCI, NIA, HRSA, DOD, ACS, NYS Dept. of Health and various foundations.  Dr. Raveis has had extensive experience in the management and direction of research projects, particularly conducting exploratory research and intervention studies with diverse patient populations and communities and is knowledgeable about the conceptualization and design of research instruments, the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data and the dissemination of research findings.  Her program of research on family-centered care in living with advanced disease is informing public health policy and clinical practice.  It is also contributing to the evidence-base on the psychosocial impact of informal care and bereavement on the family system and the importance of focusing resources and policies that facilitate family-centered care within a geriatric population.

Research Interest

 Adolescents, Transgender stigma, HIV/AIDS, Sex work

Publications

Continued Sexual Risk Behaviour in African American and Latino Male-to-Female Transgender Adolescents Living with Hiv/Aids: A Case Study

Nancy Vandevanter, Alexandra Duncan, Victoria H. Raveis, Jeffrey Birnbaum, Tiphani Burrell-Piggott and Karolynn Siegel

Research Article: J AIDS Clin Res 2011, S1: 002

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6113.S1-002

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