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photo_ShanQiaoShan Qiao, a PhD in the Department of International Health in Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, now works as a post-doc fellow in the Pediatrics Prevention Research Center in Wayne State University School of Medicine. With an academic background of sociology and anthropology, Shan’s research interest focuses on health education and health promotion, program implementation and evaluation. Shan has extensive experiences among children affected by HIV/AIDS, adolescents in communities with high prevalence of drug use, female sex workers and people living with HIV/AIDS. She has close collaborations with Mercy Corps, Nike Foundation, Henan University, and the CDC in China. Shan’s recent research interests include HIV disclosure and stigma, social relationships and HIV cure, and big data implications in HIV cure studies.

Shan Qiao, Ph.D.
Post-doc Research Fellow
Pediatric Prevention Research Center
Wayne State University School of Medicine
4707 St. Antoine, Suite W534
Detroit, MI 48201-2196

Peer-Reviewed Articles:

  1. Qiao S, Li X, Zhao G, Zhao JF, Stanton B. The role of perceived social support in loneliness and self-esteem among children affected by HIV/AIDS: A longitudinal study in rural China. 2014. AIDS, 28 Suppl 3:S369-S377.
  2. Qiao S, Li X, Stanton B. Social support and HIV-related risk behaviors: A systematic review. 2014. AIDS Behavior, 18(2):419-41.
  3. Zhang C, Li X, Stanton B, Hong Y, Chen Y, Qiao S, Liu W, Zhou Y. Alcohol abuse and client-perpetrated sexual violence against female sex workers in China.2013. Psychology Health and Medicine,18(3):330-342.
  4. Zhang C, Li X, Chen Y, Hong Y, Qiao S, Liu W, Zhou, Y. Alcohol and other drug use, partner violence, and mental health problems among female sex workers in southwest China. 2014. Healthcare for Women International, 35(1):60-73.
  5. Zhang C, Hong Y, Li X, Zhou Y, Liu W, Qiao S, Su S. Psychological stressors in the context of commercial sex among female sex workers in China. September 5, 2013. Healthcare for Women International. (Epub ahead of print).
  6. Qiao S, Li X, Stanton B. Theoretical models of parental HIV disclosure: A critical review.2013. AIDS Care, 25(3):326-336.
  7. Su S, Li X, Lin D, Qiao S, Zhang C, Zhou Y. Social-context factors, refusal self-efficacy, and alcohol use among female sex workers in China. 2013. Psychology, Health and Medicine.
    (Under review).
  8. Su S, Li X, Lin D, Qiao S, Zhang C, Zhou Y. Psychometric evaluation of a social cognitive theory based instrument of attitudes towards alcohol use among Chinese female sex workers. 2013. Journal of Health Psychology. (Under review).
  9. Qiao S, Li X, Zhao J, Zhao G, Stanton B. Secondary disclosure of parental HIV status among children affected by AIDS in Henan China.2012. AIDS Patient Care and STD, 26(9):546-56.
  10. Qiao S, Li X, Stanton B. Disclosure of parental HIV infection to children: A systematic review of global literature. 2013. AIDS Behavior, 17(1): 369-389.
  11. Qiao S, Li X, Zhang C, Zhou Y, Liu W. Fear of low-paying female sex workers and its implications in HIV prevention. 2014. PloS One. (Under review).
  12. Qiao S, Li X, Stanton B. Practice and perception of parental HIV disclosure to children: A study in Beijing, China. July 30, 2014. Qualitative Health Research. (Epub ahead of print).
  13. Qiao S, Li X, Zhou Y, Stanton B. Social support and condom use among female sex workers in China.2013. Healthcare for Women International. (Under review).
  14. Qiao S, Li X, Zhao J, Zhao G, Stanton B. Quality of care for children affected by HIV/AIDS: Psychometric evaluation of an indicator based on multiple physical symptoms. 2013. PloS One. (Under review).
  15. Zhao J, Li X, Qiao S, Zhao G, Zhang L, Stanton B. Parental HIV disclosure to children: from perspectives of children affected by HIV in Henan China. 2013. AIDS Care. (Under review).
  16. Qiao S, Nie JB, Rennie, SM, Tucker J, Li X. HIV cure in China: Social relationship and HIV healing practices.2014. Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine. (Under review).
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