PUBLICATIONS BY DR. LISA NORMAN FOR 2008-2009
 
  1. Norman LR, Dévieux JG, Rosenberg R, Malow RM. HIV-Testing Practices and a History of Substance Use among Women Living in Public Housing in Puerto Rico. J Int Assoc Physicians AIDS Care (Chic). Apr 20, 2011. [Epub ahead of print]. PMID: 21508299 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]. Impact Factor: NA.* No acknowledgement RCMI Grant.  
     

  2. Norman L, Williams BS, Rosenberg R, Alvarez Garriga C, Cintron L, Malow RM. “Bringing Testing to the People”: A Discussion of an HIV-Testing Outreach Project Targeting Impoverished Women. In: Sobhie Diaz R, ed. HIV Testing. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech; 2012. PMID: NA; PMCID: NA. Impact Factor: NA. 
     

  3. Norman LR, Basso M, Kumar A, Malow R. Neuropsychological consequences of HIV and substance abuse: a literature review and implications for treatment and future research. Curr Drug Abuse Rev. May 2009;2(2):143-156. Impact Factor: NA.
     

  4. Norman LR, Abreu S, Candelaria E, Sala A. The effect of sympathy on discriminatory attitudes toward persons living with HIV/AIDS in Puerto Rico: a hierarchical analysis of women living in public housing. AIDS Care. Feb 2009;21(2):140-149. Impact Factor (as of 2007): 1.863.
     

  5. Abreu S, Sala AC, Candelaria EM, Norman LR. Understanding the Barriers that Reduce the Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategies for Puerto Rican Women Living in Low-income Households in Ponce, PR: A Qualitative Study. J Immigr Minor Health. 2008 Aug 20. [Epub ahead of print]. Impact Factor: NA.*
     

  6. Norman LR, Abreu S, Candelaria E, Sala A. HIV testing practices among women living in public housing in Puerto Rico. J Womens Health (Larchmt). May 2008;17(4):641-655. Impact Factor (as of 2006): 1.711.
     

  7. Norman L, Abreu S, Sala AC, Candelaria EM. Twenty Five Years of HIV/AIDS in Puerto Rico: How Much do Low-Income Housed Women Know Now? In: Eddington PI, Mastolli UV, eds. Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers;2008. Impact Factor: NA.