Miranda Hill, PhD, MPH

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Medicine
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    Spelman College, Atlanta, GAB.S. 05/2007Biological Sciences
    University of Georgia, Athens, GAMPH05/2012Health Promotion & Behavior
    University of Georgia, Athens, GAPhD12/2019Health Promotion & Behavior

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    I am a social and behavioral scientist whose research explores the intersection between social networks and HIV Care Continuum inequities among multiply minoritized groups. As a former community health outreach worker, my primary goals are to develop multi-level interventions and community capacity building programs in HIV and sexual/reproductive health.

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    1. The mediating role of social support between HIV stigma and sexual orientation-based medical mistrust among newly HIV-diagnosed gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men. AIDS Care. 2022 Oct 07; 1-9. Hill M, Truszczynski N, Newbold J, Coffman R, King A, Brown MJ, Radix A, Kershaw T, Kirklewski S, Sikkema K, Haider MR, Wilson P, Hansen N. PMID: 36205058.
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    2. Transgender and Gender Diverse Community Connection, Help-Seeking, and Mental Health Among Black Transgender Women Who Have Survived Violence: A Mixed-Methods Analysis. Violence Against Women. 2022 03; 28(3-4):890-921. Sherman ADF, Allgood S, Alexander KA, Klepper M, Balthazar MS, Hill M, Cannon CM, Dunn D, Poteat T, Campbell J. PMID: 34167394; PMCID: PMC9171078.
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    3. “I’m Gonna Get Busy Living”: Examining the Trajectories of Affect, Behavioral Health, and Psychological Resilience Among Persons Living With HIV in a Southeastern US Health District. Global Qualitative Nursing Research. 2020; 6. Miranda Hill, Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler . View Publication.
    4. Variation in Networks and Forms of Support for Care‐seeking across the HIV Care Continuum in the Rural Southeastern United States. 2018; 34(1):71-79. Miranda Hill, Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler . View Publication.
    5. An Exploratory Study of the Relationship between Social Technology Use and Depression among College Students. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. 2018; 34(1):33-39. Carolyn Lauckner, Miranda Hill, Lucy Annang Ingram. View Publication.
    6. An in-depth mixed-methods approach to Ryan White HIV/AIDS care program comprehensive needs assessment from the Northeast Georgia Public Health District: The significance of patient privacy, psychological health, and social stigma to care. Evaluation and Program Planning. 2015; 49:137-148. Amber Huff, Neale Chumbler, Colleen O'Brien Cherry, Miranda Hill, Vic Veguilla. View Publication.
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