Academic interests

Research: HIV/AIDS; Social Construction and Experience of Health, Illness, and Disability; Traumatic Combat Injury; Reproductive Health.

Teaching

AIDS and society; Sociology of Health, Illness, and Disability; Qualitative Research Methods; Social theory.

Awards

2006, 2007, 2010. IUPUI Trustees Teaching Award 2009, Recognition Award for Commitment and Dedication to HIV Research. Awarded by the Indiana State Department of Health Comprehensive HIV Services and Planning Committee 2010-2014. Member Office of AIDS Research Advisory Council to the National Institutes of Health. 2010--. Member of the U.S., Women and HIV/AIDS Research Initiative.

Publications

2009, Abdallah Badahdah, Najet Sayem, Carrie E. Foote. Yemeni AIDS Stigma Scale. AIDS Care. 2007, Deanna McQuillan and Carrie Foote. Law School and Marriage: Making it Work. Marriage and Family Review. 2007, Eric R. Wright, Dustin E. Wright, Brea L. Perry, Carrie E. Foote-Ardah. Stigma and the Sexual Isolation of People with Serious Mental Illness. Social Problems. 2004, Carrie E. Foote-Ardah. Socio-cultural Barriers to the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine for HIV. Qualitative Health Research. 2003, Andrew London, Carrie E. Foote-Ardah. John Fleishman and Martin Shapiro. Use of Alternative Therapists among People in Care for HIV in the United States. American Journal of Public Health. 2003, Carrie E. Foote-Ardah. The Meaning of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Practices among People with HIV in the US: Strategies for Managing Everyday Life with HIV. Sociology of Health and Illness.

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