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Emily M. Cherenack, Graduate Student    Edit

Emily M. Cherenack

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  1. Sikkema, KJ; Mulawa, MI; Robertson, C; Watt, MH; Ciya, N; Stein, DJ; Cherenack, EM; Choi, KW; Kombora, M; Joska, JA (2018). Improving AIDS Care After Trauma (ImpACT): Pilot Outcomes of a Coping intervention Among HIV-Infected Women with Sexual Trauma in South Africa.. Aids and Behavior, 22(3), 1039-1052. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Carrico, AW; Cherenack, EM; Roach, ME; Riley, ED; Oni, O; Dilworth, SE; Shoptaw, S; Hunt, P; Roy, S; Pallikkuth, S; Pahwa, S (2018). Substance-associated elevations in monocyte activation among methamphetamine users with treated HIV infection.. Aids, 32(6), 767-771. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Cherenack, EM; Sikkema, KJ; Watt, MH; Hansen, NB; Wilson, PA (2018). Avoidant Coping Mediates the Relationship Between Self-Efficacy for HIV Disclosure and Depression Symptoms Among Men Who Have Sex with Men Newly Diagnosed with HIV.. Aids and Behavior. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Wilson, PA; Cherenack, EM; Jadwin-Cakmak, L; Harper, GW; Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions, (2018). Selection and Evaluation of Media for Behavioral Health Interventions Employing Critical Media Analysis.. Health Promotion Practice, 19(1), 145-156. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Cherenack, EM; Wilson, PA; Kreuzman, AM; Price, GN; Adolescent Medicine Trials Network for HIV/AIDS Interventions, (2016). The Feasibility and Acceptability of Using Technology-Based Daily Diaries with HIV-Infected Young Men Who have Sex with Men: A Comparison of Internet and Voice Modalities.. Aids and Behavior, 20(8), 1744-1753. [doi]  [abs]

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