Carol Golin, MD
Health Behavior Associate Professor
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
Campus Box 7440
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7440
- Health behavior
- Health communication
- Infectious diseases
- Minority health
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Women’s health
Carol Golin is engaged in research on the development and assessment of behavioral interventions to enhance compliance and health care for persons living with HIV/AIDS and access to care for incarcerated persons. In addition, she studies the influence of patient-provider communication on health outcomes and is particularly interested in the effects of enhanced patient participation in medical decision-making. She is also interested in behavioral interventions to prevent the secondary spread of HIV. She has a joint appointment with UNC’s Department of Medicine and is the Director of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Core for the UNC Center for AIDS Research.
Evon DM, Esserman DA, Bonner JE, Rao T, Fried MW, Golin CE. (2013).
Adherence to PEG/ribavirin treatment for chronic hepatitis C: prevalence, patterns, and predictors of missed doses and nonpersistence.
Journal of Viral Hepatitis, 20(8), p. 536-49.
Serostatus disclosure to sexual partners among people living with HIV: examining the roles of partner characteristics and stigma.
AIDS Care, 25(5), p. 566-572.
When do condom use intentions lead to actions? Examining the role of sexual communication on safer sexual behavior among people living with HIV.
Journal of Health Psychology, 18(4), p. 507-517.
Golin CE, Earp JA, Grodensky CA, Patel SN, Suchindran C, Parikh M, Kalichman S, Patterson K, Swygard H, Quinlivan EB, Amola K, Chariyeva Z, Groves J. (2012)
Longitudinal effects of SafeTalk, a motivational interviewing-based program to improve safer sex practices among people living with HIV/AIDS.
AIDS Behavior: vol. 16 (5), p. 1182-91.
Golin CE, Davis RA, Przybyla SM, Fowler B, Parker S, Earp JA, Quinlivan EB, Kalichman SC, Patel SN, Grodensky CA. (2010).
SafeTalk, a multicomponent, motivational interviewing-based, safer sex counseling program for people living with HIV/AIDS: a qualitative assessment of patients’ views.
AIDS Patient Care STDS, 24(4), p. 237-245.