Dr. Broaddus's general research interests are in the development and evaluation of community-based, clinic-based, and public health programs to improve mental health, substance use, and outcomes along the HIV care continuum, as well as HIV prevention research ethics, and contexts of sexual risk behavior among high-risk youth and adolescents. Specific current HIV-related interests include Milwaukee Disease Intervention Specialists’ barriers and facilitators to identifying and linking HIV and STI-infected individuals to treatment, the effects of gangs and gang membership on community and individual risk behavior, and the intersectionality of HIV stigma, masculinity, gender, and race within contexts of HIV prevention and care.
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PhD: Social Psychology; University of Colorado, Boulder
MS: Social Psychology; University of Colorado, Boulder
BS: Psychology; Centre College
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