Laurene Sheilds

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Aging with HIV is a new phenomenon. It is expected that by 2015, approximately half of adults living with HIV in the United States will be age 50 and older. We used narrative inquiry to explore how older adults with HIV storied their experience and made sense of aging. Over a 3.5-year period, we interviewed 5 older adults living with HIV for 13 to 24 years.(More)
  • Sheilds, Bruce, A Stadjuhar, K Schick, K Shea, Victoria Sheilds +10 others
  • 2014
Liminal Space of spirituality amidst narratives of living with life-threatening illness. Beuthin, R. Re-stor(y)ing life within life-threatening illness. Symbols of living in-between: Re-stor(y)ing life within life-threatening illness. (2012). Life-threatening Illness Brochures ((life with chronic kidney disease, life with cancer, life with HIV) & Vignettes(More)
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