Cheryl L. Mallory

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Women who exchange sex for survival requirements risk exposure to the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). This grounded theory study was conducted to better understand these women's concerns, attitudes, and behaviors related to HIV, with the goal of informing prevention research. Interviews with 11 women engaged in survival sex were analyzed. Women(More)
In this article I report findings from a survey of Internet sites related to HIV and AIDS with a special focus on women. HIV and AIDS are serious threats to the health of women, but little has been published about the cultural, economic, and social environments in which these women reside, and how these environments relate to HIV. The Internet has become a(More)
In today's fast-paced, highly technical clinical environment, preceptor excellence drives nurses in transition to maintain the levels of energy and motivation they had when they first entered the profession. Whether preceptor or preceptee, education that infuses the professional role with new knowledge and practices can inspire nurses to fully engage in(More)
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