Clare Barrington, PhD

Assistant Professor
Health Behavior
Curriculum Vitae
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
317 Rosenau Hall
Campus Box 7440
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
USA
T: 919-966-9009
F: 919-966-2921
cbarring@email.unc.edu
Education
2007          Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health          PhD, International Health
2002          Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health          MPH, International Health
1998           Brown University                                                                              BA, International Health and Development

Teaching
HBEH 754          Advanced Qualitative Research Methods: Analysis and Writing          Syllabus

Research interests

  • Global health
  • Health behavior
  • HIV/AIDS prevention
  • Infectious diseases
  • Minority health
  • Sexually transmitted diseases

Select publications

Barrington C, Latkin C, Sweat M, Moreno L, Ellen J, Kerrigan D. (2009).
Talking the talk, walking the walk: Social network norms, communication patterns, and condom use among the male partners of female sex workers in La Romana, Dominican Republic.
Social Science and Medicine, 68(11), p.2037-2044.

Barrington C, Moreno L, Kerrigan D. (2008).
Perceived influence of an HIV vaccine on sexual-risk behaviour in the Dominican Republic.
Culture, Health, and Sexuality, 10(4), p.391-401.

Barrington C, Moreno L, Kerrigan D. (2007).
Local understanding of an HIV vaccine and its relationship with HIV-related stigma in the Dominican Republic.
AIDS Care, 19(7), p.871-877.

Sweat M, Kerrigan D, Moreno L, Rosario S, Gomez B, Jerez H, Weiss E, Barrington C. (2006).
Cost-effectiveness of environmental-structural communication interventions for HIV prevention in the female sex industry in the Dominican Republic.
Journal of Health Communication, 11(Suppl 2), p.123-142.

Kerrigan D, Moreno L, Rosario S, Gomez B, Jerez H, Barrington C, Weiss E, Sweat M. (2006).
Environmental-structural interventions to reduce HIV/STI risk among female sex workers in the Dominican Republic.
American Journal of Public Health, 96(1), p.120-125.