Mind the Gap Webinar on Methods for Understanding and Addressing Stigma
In this webinar for NIH’s Office of Disease Prevention, Dr. Earnshaw provides a cross-cutting conceptual overview of stigma, identifies targets for stigma measurement, recommends methodological approaches for stigma research, and reviews the intervention toolkit to address stigma. She draws on examples from her own and others’ research, with a focus on two highly stigmatized disease contexts: HIV and substance use. She advocates for theory-based cross-cutting research to improve understanding of stigma and the development of intersectional, multilevel, and longitudinal interventions to enhance efforts to address stigma.
ODP Early-Stage Investigator Lecture on HIV/AIDS and Substance Use Stigma
Dr. Earnshaw was the recipient of the 2019 Early-Stage Investigator Lecture from the Office of Disease Prevention at the National Institute of Health. In her lecture, she describes her work on understanding and addressing stigma to prevent HIV/AIDS and substance use disorders.
Chat about Stigma-Based Bullying with Dr. Adrea Truckenmiller
Dr. Earnshaw chats about stigma-based bullying with Dr. Adrea Truckenmiller, a longtime friend and researcher in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education at Michigan State University.
Collection on Stigma Research and Global Health
Dr. Earnshaw was a co-editor of a special collection on Stigma Research and Global Health, published in BMC Medicine in February 2019 and sponsored by Fogarty International Center and the National Institutes of Health. The special collection includes articles on stigma theory, measurement, intersectionality, interventions, and implementation science and is open access.