The searchable list below includes peer-reviewed publications by CPC fellows, predoctoral trainees, postdoctoral scholars, and professional staff during the period of 2004 - present. 

Additional publications by our research projects and their collaborative communities may be found on their respective web sites such as:

Dennis, Ann M.; Wheeler, Jennifer B.; Valera, Erik; Hightow-Weidman, Lisa B.; Napravnik, Sonia; Swygard, Heidi; Barrington, Clare; & Eron, Joseph J., Jr. (2013). HIV Risk Behaviors and Sociodemographic Features of HIV-Infected Latinos Residing in a New Latino Settlement Area in the Southeastern United States. AIDS Care, 25(10), 1298-307. PMCID: PMC4125118

Garrett, Jenna J.; & Barrington, Clare. (2013). ‘We Do the Impossible’: Women Overcoming Barriers to Cervical Cancer Screening in Rural Honduras – A Positive Deviance Analysis. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 15(6), 637-51.

Irani, Laili; Speizer, Ilene S.; & Barrington, Clare. (2013). Attitudes, Beliefs and Norms Relating to Contraceptive Use among Young Migrant and Non-Migrant Adults in Urban Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Global Public Health, 8(9), 1048-62.

Kerrigan, Deanna L.; Barrington, Clare; & Moreno, Luis A. (2013). Developing and Evaluating Structural-Environmental Interventions to Reduce HIV Risk among Female Sex Workers and Their Sexual Partners in the Dominican Republic. In Sommer, Marni & Parker, Richard (Eds.), Structural Approaches in Public Health (pp. 206-17). New York: Routledge.

Andrews, David; Kramer, Rachel; Klumper, Lena; & Barrington, Clare. (2012). A Qualitative Exploration of Individuals' Motivators for Seeking Substance User Treatment. Substance Use and Misuse, 47(11), 1224-33.

Barrington, Clare; Messias, DeAnne K. Hilfinger; & Weber, Lynn. (2012). Implications of Racial and Ethnic Relations for Health and Well-Being in New Latino Communities: A Case Study of West Columbia, South Carolina. Latino Studies, 10(1-2), 155-78.

Barrington, Clare; Wejnert, Cyprian; Guardado, Maria Elena; Nieto, Ana Isabel; & Bailey, Gabriela Paz. (2012). Social Network Characteristics and HIV Vulnerability among Transgender Persons in San Salvador: Identifying Opportunities for HIV Prevention Strategies. AIDS and Behavior, 16(1), 214-24. PMCID: PMC3885869

Boyce, Sabrina; Barrington, Clare; Bolaños, Herbert; Arandi, Cesar Galindo, Jr.; & Paz-Bailey, Gabriela. (2012). Facilitating Access to Sexual Health Services for Men Who Have Sex with Men and Male-to-Female Transgender Persons in Guatemala City. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 14(3), 313-27.

Messias, DeAnne K. Hilfinger; Barrington, Clare; & Lacy, Elaine. (2012). Latino Social Network Dynamics and the Hurricane Katrina Disaster. Disasters, 36(1), 101-21. NIHMSID: NIHMS610880

Barrington, Clare. (2009). Trinidad and Tobago (2009): HIV/AIDS TRaC Study Evaluating Condom Use among Sexually Active Youth 16-26 Years in Tobago. Round One. Washington: Population Services International.

Barrington, Clare; Latkin, Carl A.; Sweat, Michael D.; Moreno, Luis A.; Ellen, Jonathan; & Kerrigan, Deanna L. (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 & Medicine, 68(11), 2037-44. PMCID: PMC2804974

Barrington, Clare. (2008). Republica Dominicana: Estudio TraC de VIH/SIDA Entre Jovenes 13 a 24 Anos de Edad en Santo Domingo, Santiago, Puerto Plata, Higuey, y San Juan de la Maguana Segunda Ronda. Washington: PSI.

Barrington, Clare; & Roberts, Julia. (2008). Trinidad and Tobago (2008): HIV/AIDS TRaC Study Evaluating Condom Use among Young Females Engaging in Sex with Concurrent Partners in Point Fortin and Sea Lots. First Round. Washington: Population Services International.

Barrington, Clare; Moreno, Luis A.; & Kerrigan, Deanna L. (2008). Perceived Influence of an HIV Vaccine on Sexual-Risk Behaviour in the Dominican Republic. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 10(4), 391-401.

Kerrigan, Deanna L.; Barrington, Clare; & Montalvo, Luis Moreno. (2008). The State of HIV/AIDS in the Dominican Republic: Guarded Optimism amidst Sustainability Concerns. In Celentano, David D. & Beyrer, Chris (Eds.), Public Health Aspects of HIV/AIDS in Low and Middle Income Countries: Epidemiology, Prevention and Care (pp. 655-70). New York: Springer.

Barrington, Clare; Moreno, Luis A.; & Kerrigan, Deanna L. (2007). Local Understanding of an HIV Vaccine and Its Relationship with HIV-related Stigma in the Dominican Republic. AIDS Care, 19(7), 871-7.

Rivas, Jorge; Barrington, Clare; & Whittle, Barry. (2007). El Salvador (2007): Estudio TraC de VIH/SIDA entre Trabajadoras Sexuales Femeninas en San San Salvador, Santa Ana, San Miguel, Sonsonate y San Vicente. Segunda Ronda. Washington: Population Services International.

Kerrigan, Deanna L.; Moreno, Luis A.; Rosario, Santo; Gomez, Bayardo; Jerez, Hector; Barrington, Clare; Weiss, Ellen; & Sweat, Michael D. (2006). Environmental-Structural Interventions to Reduce HIV/STI Risk among Female Sex Workers in the Dominican Republic. American Journal of Public Health, 96(1), 120-5. PMCID: PMC1470438

Sweat, Michael D.; Kerrigan, Deanna L.; Moreno, Luis A.; Rosario, Santo; Gomez, Bayardo; Jerez, Hector; Weiss, Ellen; & Barrington, Clare. (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(1, Suppl. 2), 123-42.

Barrington, Clare; Moreno, Luis A.; & Kerrigan, Deanna L. (2005). Knowledge, Attitudes and Beliefs Related to HIV Vaccines and Vaccine Research: Social and Behavioral Implications for Future HIV Vaccine Trials: A Qualitative Study in the Dominican Republic. Seattle: Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/HIV Vaccine Trials Network/Unidad de Vacunas/Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Kerrigan, Deanna L.; Moreno, Luis A.; Rosario, Santo; Gomez, Bayardo; Jerez, Hector; Weiss, Ellen; van Dam, Johannes; Barrington, Clare; & Sweat, Michael D. (2004). Combining Community Approaches and Government Policy to Prevent HIV Infection in the Dominican Republic. Washington: Horizons/Population Council/USAID.

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