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Lumen Scholar studies HIV and maternal care in South Africa

November 9, 2011

In South Africa, where a third of women of childbearing age live with HIV/AIDS, midwives and nurses are the vanguard of care for infected mothers. Elon senior Lauren Taylor, the final student to be featured in a series of E-net profiles on the inaugural class of Lumen Scholars, examined the views of these medical providers, and she plans to share her findings at the 2010 International AIDS Conference.

Cindy Fair co-authors two journal articles with Elon alumni

June 2, 2011

Associate professor Cynthia Fair, chair of the Department of Human Service Studies, has co-authored with Elon alumni two articles focused on a longitudinal assessment of the Chapel Buddy Program, a developmental mentoring program that pairs kindergarten students with 6th grade students at a school in Greensboro, N.C.

Human Service Studies faculty, alum publish in AIDS Care

May 13, 2011

Associate professor Cindy Fair and assistant professor Kristen Sullivan in the Department of Human Service Studies, along with Amy Gatto '09, have published an article in AIDS Care titled "Indicators of transition success for youth living with HIV: perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers."