Carol Golin, MD
Medicine Curriculum vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
Campus Box 7440
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7440
Sexually transmitted diseases
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 with a particular interest 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.
Widman, L.; Choukas-Bradley, S.; Helms, S. W.; Golin, C. E.; Prinstein, M. J. (2014).
Sexual communication between early adolescents and their dating partners, parents, and best friends.
Journal of Sex Research, 51(7):731-741.
Evon, D.M.; Esserman, D. A, Bonner, J. E.; Rao, T.; Fried, M. W.; Golin, C. E. (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.
Przybyla, S. M.; Golin, C. E.; Widman, L.; Grodensky, C. A.; Earp, J. A.; Suchindran, C. (2013).
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.
Widman, L.; Golin, C. E.; Noar, S. M. (2013).
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, C. E.; Earp, J. A.; Grodensky, C. A.; Patel, S. N.; Suchindran, C.; Parikh, M.; Kalichman, S.; Patterson, K.; Swygard, H.; Quinlivan, E. B.; 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, 16(5), p. 1182-91.
Golin, C. E.; Davis, R. A.; Przybyla, S. M.; Fowler, B.; Parker, S.; Earp, J. A.; Quinlivan, E. B.; Kalichman, S. C.; Patel, S. N. (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.