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Email: chennevi (at) usf.edu
Ph.D., School Psychology, University of South Florida
Psychosocial issues facing youth living with HIV; HIV-related stigma in the US and abroad; Decisional capacity and other ethical issues related to treatment and global health research
Dr. Chenneville is the Marie E. and E. Leslie Cole Endowed Chair in Ethics and Professor and Chair of Psychology at the University of South Florida (USF) St. Petersburg. She also holds a Joint Appointment in the USF Department of Pediatrics where she serves as a Behavioral Health Consultant for the Pediatric and Adolescent Infectious Disease Program. Dr. Chenneville’s primary program of research is in the area of pediatric and adolescent HIV with a focus on the psychosocial issues affecting children and youth living with perinatally and behaviorally acquired HIV. Dr. Chenneville prioritizes issues related to ethics with a particular emphasis on the decisional capacity of children with HIV to participate in treatment and research along with global research ethics. She also engages in community-based participatory research on HIV-related stigma among youth. Because HIV is a global disease, Dr. Chenneville is interested in cross-cultural research. She has collaborated with colleagues in India and has been working on the HIV SEERs Project (Stigma-reduction through Education, Empowerment, and Research) in Kenya since 2015. She also is collaborating with colleagues in the UK as well as South Africa where she worked as a Fulbright Specialist in the Perinatal HIV Research Unit of the University of Witwatersrand. Dr. Chenneville has contributed significantly to the literature with dozens of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. In 2017, she published an edited book with Springer Publishing, A Clinical Guide to Pediatric HIV: Bridging the Gaps between Research and Practice. Dr. Chenneville’s contributions have been recognized through many awards and honors including the USF World Global Achievement Faculty Award for International Research, the USF Faculty Outstanding Research Award, the Women in Leadership and Philanthropy Award, the USFSP Chancellors Awards for Excellence in Research, Teaching, and Service, and the USF Outstanding Faculty Award.
*Student or Mentee
Chenneville, T., & Gabbidon*, K. (2019). HIV, confidentiality, and duty to protect: Considerations for psychotherapists in the age of treatment as prevention. Psychotherapy. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/ pst0000266 (selected as the featured article for the Special Issue on Addressing HIV in Psychotherapy)
Chenneville, T., & Gabbidon*, K. (2019). Application of the APA ethics code for psychologists working in integrated care settings: Potential conflicts and resolutions. Ethics and Behavior. doi:10.1080/10508422.2019.1683739
Lynn*, C., Chenneville, T., Bradley-Klug, K., Walsh*, A., Dedrick, R., & Rodriguez, C. (2019). Health knowledge and adherence as predictors of viral burden and CD4 count in youth and young adults with HIV. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, Epub ahead of print.
Nall*, A., Chenneville, T., Rodriguez, L., & O’Brien, J. (2019). Factors affecting HIV testing among youth in Kenya. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(8), 1450. doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16081450
Gabbidon*, K., Chenneville, T., Peless*, T., Sheared*, S. (2019). Self-disclosure of HIV status among youth living with HIV: A global systematic review. AIDS and Behavior. Advanced online publication: doi.org/10.1007/s10461-019-02478-9.
Chenneville, T., Gabbidon*, K., Drake*, H., & Rodriguez, C. (2019). Comparison of the utility of the PHQ and CES-D for depression screening among youth with HIV in an integrated care setting. Journal of Affective Disorders, 250, 140-144. doi.org/10.1016/j.jad.2019.03.023
Lynn*, C., Chenneville, T., Bradley-Klug, K., St. John Walsh*, A., Dedrick, R., & Rodriguez, C.A. (2019). Depression, anxiety, and posttraumatic stress as predictors of immune functioning: Differences between youth with behaviorally and perinatally acquired HIV. AIDS Care, 31(10), 1261-1270. doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2019.1587354
Chenneville T., Gabbidon*, K., & Drake*, H. (2019). The HIV SEERs project: A qualitative analysis of program facilitators’ experience. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care, 18, 1-10. doi.org/10.1177/2325958218822308
Chenneville, T., Gabbidon*, K., Drake*, H., & Rodriguez, L. (2019). Preliminary findings from the HIV SEERs Project: A community-based participatory research project to reduce HIV stigma among youth in Kenya. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 30(4), 462-473.
Chenneville, T., Gabbidon*, K., Lynn*, C., & Rodriguez, C. (2019). Psychological factors related to resilience and vulnerability among youth with HIV in an integrated care setting. AIDS Care, 30(4), 5-11. Advanced online publication. doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2018.1488032