Human Services faculty, alum publish research in Psychology, Health, and Medicine
"Best practices in transitioning youth with HIV: Perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers," an article co-authored by Cynthia Fair and Kristen Sullivan in the Department of Human Services Studies, and by Elon alumna Amy Gatto, has been published in the journal Psychology, Health, and Medicine.
Gatto completed the research as part of the Elon College Fellows program and currently works with Teach for America in Mississippi. She is and is applying to graduate programs in public health. Sullivan is an assistant professor in human service studies and Fair is the department chair.