Anne Teitelman, PhD, FNP-BC, FAANP, FAAN
Associate Professor, School of Nursing
Public Health Interests
Current Public-Health Related Activities
My research focuses on developing and evaluating theory-based, contextually-tailored interventions that address health disparities among a variety of populations. I also seek to understand the context of risk and resilience to inform intervention development. My recent NIH- and foundation-funded intervention research has been aimed at promoting low-income women’s adherence to cervical cancer prevention behaviors using technology-enhanced approaches; and using counselor/navigators and text messaging to support HIV prevention medication uptake and adherence among high risk adults with co-morbidities such as substance use, trauma histories and mental health issues as well as food insecurity and unstable housing.
Washio, Y., Novack, E., Flores, D., Davis-Vogel, A., Chittams, J., Anagnostopulos, C., Kilby, L.M., Teitelman, A.M. (2017). Perspectives on HIV Testing Among WIC- Enrolled Postpartum Women: Implications for Intervention Development. AIDS Education and Prevention. 29, (5), 457-474
Teitelman, A.M., Tenille, J., Bohinski, J.M., Jemmott, L.S., Jemmott, J.B. III. Urban adolescent girls’ perspectives on multiple partners in the context of the sexual double standard and intimate partner violence. (2013) Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. (Special Issues:The Spectrum of Abuse, Violence, and Neglect and HIV) 24 (4) 308-21. PMCID: PMC3759238
Teitelman, A.M., McDonald, C.C., Wiebe, D.J., Thomas, N., Guerra, T., Kassam-Adams, N., & Richmond, T.S. (2010). Youth's Strategies for Staying Safe and Coping with the Stress of Living in Violent Communities. Journal of Community Psychology 38 (7), 874-885. PMID: 21765562