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Areas of Focus: HIV, patient-provider trust, measurement and scale development, research-focused doctoral education, reserach ethics

Educational Background: Carol received her BS in Nursing from Salem State College in 1979, MS in Nursing from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in 1988 and her PhD in Nursing from Boston College in 1998.   She completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University, School of Nursing from 1999 through 2001.

Biosketch: Carol Bova PhD, RN, is a Professor of Nursing and Medicine and holds several leadership positions at the University of Massachusetts Medical School including Chairperson of the IRB and Director of the PhD Program in Nursing.  Her clinical work as a nurse practitioner spanned more than 26 years providing care to adults with HIV infection.  She has conducted foundation, state and federally-funded research on HIV, women and HIV, HIV prevention in African immigrants, Hepatitis C virus infection, substance abuse, mental illness, adherence behavior, and patient-provide trust.  She has a special passion for research ethics, community-engaged research, scale development and mentoring the next generation of nurse scientists. Carol has mentored to completion 38 PhD students (19 as Chairperson and 19 as a committee member).  She has served on 5 Editorial Boards, 8 NIH Study sections and numerous grant review committees as well as being an avid peer-reviewer for more than 15 nursing, medical and health-related journals.

One or more keywords matched the following items that are connected to Bova, Carol
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Academic Article Adjustment to chronic illness among HIV-infected women.
Academic Article Electronic monitoring device event modelling on an individual-subject basis using adaptive Poisson regression.
Academic Article Use of electronic monitoring devices to measure antiretroviral adherence: practical considerations.
Academic Article Home visits to improve adherence to highly active antiretroviral therapy: a randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Adjusting and censoring electronic monitoring device data. Implications for study outcomes.
Academic Article The Symptom Experience of HIV/HCV-Coinfected Adults.
Academic Article An analysis of electronically monitored adherence to antiretroviral medications.
Academic Article HCV treatment decision-making substance use experiences and hepatitis C treatment decision-making among HIV/HCV Coinfected Adults.
Academic Article A proposal for quality standards for measuring medication adherence in research.
Academic Article Sexual functioning among HIV-infected women.
Academic Article The health care relationship (HCR) trust scale: development and psychometric evaluation.
Academic Article Improving women's adjustment to HIV infection: results of the Positive Life Skills Workshop Project.
Academic Article Hepatitis C treatment experiences and decision making among patients living with HIV infection.
Concept HIV Infections
Academic Article Planning and implementing a statewide soccer HIV awareness and health promotion intervention for African-born men living in the United States.
Academic Article Living longer with HIV: what does it mean?
Academic Article HIV Stigma, Testing Attitudes and Health Care Access Among African-Born Men Living in the United States.
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