Position: Research Scholar, Center for Health Policy and Inequalities ResearchIMG_2011

Evaluator and site Principal Investigator for projects intervening to promote entry, engagement and retention in care for people living with HIV in North Carolina.  Supervise evaluation team, design and oversee
implementation of evaluation plans, data analysis and dissemination of findings.

On research team for the
Southern HIV/AIDS Strategy Initiative and Establishing Mental Health Needs among HIV Positive Adolescents in Moshi, Tanzania.

Teach Global Health Research Methods: Design and Practice for the Master of Science in
Global Health program. Serve as faculty mentor for student research projects and the Duke Durham Health Alliance.

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Health Behavior and Health Education, Certificate in Global Health, Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009
  • MSW, School of Social Work, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002
  • MBA, School of Business, University of Miami, 1999
  • MA, International Affairs, Florida State University, 1997
  • BA, Psychology, Minor in Anthropology, Florida State University, 1996

Kristen Sullivan’s CV

Current ProjectsNC LINK, Guide to Healthing (G2H)

Recent Publications:

  • Sullivan, K., Schultz, K., Ramaiya, M., Berger, M., Parnell, H., & Quinlivan, E. B. (2015). Experiences of women of color with a nurse patient navigation program for linkage and engagement in HIV care. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, Suppl 1, S49-54.
  • Sullivan, K., Messer, L., & Quinlivan, E.B. (2015). SAVA syndemic effects on viral suppression among HIV positive women of color. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, Suppl 1, S49-54.
  • Fair, C., Sullivan, K., Dizney, R., Stackpole, A. (2012). “It’s like losing a part of my family”: Transition expectations of adolescents living with perinatally acquired HIV and their guardians. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 26(7).
  • Fair, C., Sullivan, K., & Gatto, A. (2011). Indicators of transition success for youth living with HIV: Perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers. AIDS Care, 23(8), 965-970.
  • Martin, S., Gibb, D., Johnson, R., Sullivan, K., Clinton-Sherrod, M., Hardison Walters, J., & Rentz, D. (2010). Substance Use by Soldiers Who Abuse Their Spouses. Violence against Women, 16(11), 1295-1310.
  • Fair, C., Sullivan, K., & Gatto, A. (2010). Best practices in transitioning youth with HIV: Perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 15, 515-527.

Contact:

phone: (919) 613-5447 

email: kristen.sullivan@duke.edu

Mail: 310 Trent Drive, Durham, NC 27710