Moneyham, Linda

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Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor

NB 1007H
1720 2nd Ave. S.
Birmingham, AL 35294-1210

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205-934-0610

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Education
DNS Indiana University
MSN University of Kentucky
BSN Berea College

Biography
Dr. Moneyham received a BSN degree from Berea College, an MSN degree in psychiatric/community mental health nursing from the University of Kentucky, and a DNS degree in nursing synthesis from Indiana University. Dr. Moneyham has an established program of funded research that spans 15 years and is focused on developing and testing of interventions supportive of women with HIV disease.

Research/Clinical Interest
Women's health; gender and empowerment; stress, coping and adaptation; depressive symptoms and quality of life in the context of chronic illness; self-care and disease management; HIV-related stigma and disclosure; cognitive appraisal and the meaning of illness; peer-based social support interventions

Publications/Presentation
Vance, DE, Moneyham L, Struziak L (2008). A Model of Suicidal Ideation in Adults Aging with HIV. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 19(5), 375-384.

Childs, G, Moneyham, L, Felton, G (2008). Correlates of sexual abstinence and sexual activity of low-income African American adolescent females. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 19(6), 432-442.

Vance, DE, Moneyham, L, Farr, KF (2008). Suicidal ideation in adults aging with HIV. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 46(11), 1-6.

Messias, DKH, Moneyham, L, Murdaugh, C, Phillips, K (In press). Bringing Myself to My Work: Insider Perspectives of HIV/AIDS Peer Counselors. Health Care for Women International.

Scharer, K, Moneyham, L, Tavakoli, A, Shugart, M, Colon, E, Hussey, J (2009). A comparison of two types of social support for mothers. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 22(2), 86-98.

Kang, H. S., & Moneyham, L. (2008). Use of emergency contraceptive pills and condoms by South Korean college students: A survey. International Journal of Nursing Studies.
Cornelius, J, Moneyham, L, & LeGrand, S. (2008). African American parents' and adolescents' HIV/AIDS knowledge, communication, and perception of churches as venues for HIV risk prevention. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 19(1), 16-27.

Vyavaharkar, M., Moneyham, L., & Corwin, S. (2008). Health care and social services utilization: The experiences of African-American women HIV disease living in rural South Carolina. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19(1), 294-306.

Vyavaharkar, M., Moneyham, L., & Corwin, S. (2008). Health care and social services utilization: The experiences of African-American women HIV disease living in rural South Carolina. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19(1), 294-306.

Shin, S-R, Kang, H.S, & Moneyham, L. (2007). Characteristics of individuals seeking voluntary counseling and testing for HIV infection in South Korea. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 18(5), 27-33.

Messias, DKH, Moneyham, L, Murdaugh, C, Phillips, K (2007).. HIV/AIDS Peer Counselors' Perspectives on Intervention Delivery Formats. Clinical Nursing Research, 16(3), 177-196.

Vyavaharkar, M, Moneyham, L, Phillips, K, Murdaugh, C, Tavakoli, A., Jackson, K., & Jackson, N. (2007). Social support, coping and medication adherence of HIV+ women living in rural areas of the southeastern United States. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 21(9), 59-72..

Tavakoli, A, Jackson, K., Moneyham, L., Phillips, K, Murdaugh, C., & Meding, G. (In press). Data management plans, components, and activities. Applications and Applied Mathematics: An International Journal.

Phillips, K. D., Moneyham, L., Murdaugh, C., Boyd, M, Tavakoli, A., Jackson, K., Vyavaharkar, M. (2005). Sleep disturbances and depression as barriers to adherence in low-income women living in the southeastern United Sates. Clinical Nursing Research, 14(3), 273-293.

Murdaugh, C., Moneyham, L., Jackson, K., Phillips, K., Tavakoli, A (2006). Predictors of quality of life in HIV-infected rural women: Psychometric test of the chronic illness quality of life ladder. Quality of Life Research, 15(5), 777-789.

Moneyham, L., Murdaugh, C., Phillips, K.D., Jackson, K., Tavakoli, A., Boyd, M., Jackson, N., Vyavaharkar, M. (2005). Patterns of risk for depressive symptoms among HIV+ women in the southeastern United States. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 16(4), 25-38.

Boyd, M., Moneyham, L., Murdaugh, C., Phillips, K. D., Tavakoli, A., Jackson, K., Jackson, N., & Vyavaharkar, M. (2005). A peer-based substance abuse intervention for HIV+ rural women: A pilot study. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 19(1), 10-17.

 

Honors
Editorial Board, International Journal of Women's Health
2008 Award for Research in Minority Health, Presented by the Southern Nursing Research Society
Senior Scientist, Center for AIDS Research
Senior Scientist and Research Co-leader, Minority Health and Research Center
Senior Scientist, Center for Outcomes and Effectiveness Research and Education
Peer Reviewer, Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
Peer Reviewer, Research in Nursing and Health Care
Fellow, American Academy of Nursing
Member, Sigma Theta Tau International
Chair, Special Emphasis Review Panel for RFA NR-07-003 Culturally appropriate research to
prevent HIV transmission and infection in young people, Council ZRG1 AARR-F 52, Center for
Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health
Appointment as temporary member of Psychosocial Risk and Disease Prevention Study Section, NIH Center for Scientific Review
Member, AIDS and Related Research Integrated Review Group (Renamed Behavioral Studies
for Prevention of HIV/AIDS Study Section), NIH Center for Scientific Review
Scientific Expert to Research Council of the TriService Nursing Research Program (TSNRP), Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Department of Defense, Silver Springs. Maryland.