R. Kevin Mallinson, PhD, RN, AACRN, FAAN
Barnes-Jewish Hospital Research Professor
PhD, Johns Hopkins University
MSN, Johns Hopkins University
BSN, University of Miami
Areas of Expertise
HIV/AIDS nursing, nursing capacity building in southern Africa, qualitative research methods, health issues for deaf and hard-of-hearing persons
Relf, M.V., Mekwa, J., Chasokela, C., Booth, C., Deng, Mallinson, R.K
., L., Ramantele, K.,
Letsie, E., Mtengezo, J., Nthlengethwa, W., Powell, D., Webb, A., Diesel, A., & Liddle, A.
(2011). Essential core competencies related to HIV and AIDS are critically needed in nursing.
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
, 22(1), S2-S8.
Relf, M.V., Mekwa, J., Chasokela, C., Nthlengethwa, W., Letsie, E., Mtengezo, J., Ramantele,
K., Diesel, A., Booth, C., Deng, Mallinson, R.K
., L., Powell, D., Webb, A., Liddle, A., Yu-
Shears, J., Hall, C., Aranda-Naranjo, B., & Parham Hopson, D. (2011). Essential core
competencies for nursing related to HIV and AIDS. Elsevier Publishing, Journal of the
Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 22(1S), e5-e40.
, Rajabiun, S., & Coleman, S. (2007). The provider role in client engagement in
HIV care. AIDS Patient Care & STDs, 21(Suppl. 1), S77-84.
Rajabiun, S., Mallinson, R.K., McCoy, K., Rebholz, C., Coleman, S., Holbert, T., & Drainoni,
M. (2007). “Getting me back on track”: The role of outreach interventions in engaging and
retaining people living with HIV/AIDS in medical care. AIDS Patient Care & STDs,
21(Suppl. 1), S20-29.
Nurses SOAR! Global HIV/AIDS Nursing Capacity Building Program
. Funded by the President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and administered by the HIV/AIDS Bureau/Nursing Division of the Health Resources and Services Administration
(HRSA), Department of Health and Human Services.
Facilitating Retention in HIV-Oriented Primary Care: A Randomized Clinical Trial
. Funded by the
Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS), HIV/AIDS Bureau, Health Resources &
Services Administration (HRSA).
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