Carol Dawson-Rose, RN, PhD, FAAN

Professor

Education
Ph.D., 1999 - Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
M.S., 1994 - Nursing (Community Health Systems), University of California, San Francisco
B.S., 1991 - Nursing, University of California, San Francisco
Honors and Awards
  • President's Award for Service, Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 2016
  • Member, AIDS Research Institute Executive Committee, 2013-2016
  • Fellow, American Academy of Nursing, 2011
  • Research Award, Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 2011
Publications
  1. From Treatment to Healing: Inquiry and Response to Recent and Past Trauma in Adult Health Care.
  2. Play provides social connection for older adults with serious mental illness: A grounded theory analysis of a 10-week exergame intervention.
  3. Experiences and Perceptions of Black Men Who Have Sex with Men About Acquiring HIV: A Qualitative Narrative Perspective.
  4. What does it mean to be youth-friendly? Results from qualitative interviews with health care providers and clinic staff serving youth and young adults living with HIV.
  5. HIV Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Uptake and Retention Among Men Who Have Sex with Men in a Community-Based Sexual Health Clinic.
  6. Shortened and Culturally Appropriate HIV Stigma Scale for Asians Living with HIV in the United States: Psychometric Analysis.
  7. A qualitative description of service providers' experiences of ethical issues in HIV care.
  8. Changes in Specific Substance Involvement Scores among SBIRT recipients in an HIV primary care setting.
  9. A multinational qualitative investigation of the perspectives and drivers of exercise and dietary behaviors in people living with HIV.
  10. Seeking Safety Group Therapy for Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorder and PTSD among Transgender Women Living with HIV: A Pilot Study.
  11. 90-90-90-Plus: Maintaining Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapies.
  12. The power of nursing: An innovative course in values clarification and self-discovery.
  13. Prevalence of Hepatitis C Screening in an HIV Primary Care Clinic.
  14. Decision Making Among Older Adults at the End of Life: A Theoretical Perspective.
  15. HIV Stigma and Social Capital in Women Living With HIV.
  16. "I Am Normal": Claiming Normalcy in Christian-Identified HIV-Infected Adolescent and Emerging Adult Males.
  17. Clinicians' Views of Hepatitis C Virus Treatment Candidacy With Direct-Acting Antiviral Regimens for People Who Inject Drugs.
  18. Building Trust and Relationships Between Patients and Providers: An Essential Complement to Health Literacy in HIV Care.
  19. Prevalence of Substance Use in an HIV Primary Care Safety Net Clinic: A Call for Screening.
  20. ART Adherence as a Key Component of Prevention With Persons Living With HIV in Mozambique.
  21. Using Interactive Web-Based Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment in an Urban, Safety-Net HIV Clinic.
  22. Knowledge, Self-efficacy, and Self-perceived Risk for Cardiovascular Disease among Asians Living With HIV: The Influence of HIV Stigma and Acculturation.
  23. An expressive therapy group disclosure intervention for women living with HIV improves social support, self-efficacy, and the safety and quality of relationships: a qualitative analysis.
  24. Engagement with Care, Substance Use, and Adherence to Therapy in HIV/AIDS.
  25. Patient perspectives on the experience of being newly diagnosed with HIV in the emergency department/urgent care clinic of a public hospital.
  26. "Taking a half day at a time:" patient perspectives and the HIV engagement in care continuum.
  27. A Qualitative Study of Providers' Perception of Adherence of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Puerto Rico.
  28. Prevalence, self-care behaviors, and self-care activities for peripheral neuropathy symptoms of HIV/AIDS.
  29. HIV-positive patients' discussion of alcohol use with their HIV primary care providers.
  30. Sexual risk taking among HIV-positive injection drug users: contexts, characteristics, and implications for prevention.
  31. Correlates of depressive symptoms among HIV-positive injection drug users: the role of social support.