|Carol Golin, MD|
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Public Health Leadership Program
Carol Golin's Biosketch
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1989||University of North Carolina School of Medicine||MD, Medicine|
|1980||Oberlin College||BA, Sociology/Anthropology|
Carol Golin is engaged in research on the development and assessment of behavioral interventions to enhance compliance and health care for persons living with HIV/AIDS and access to care for incarcerated persons. In addition, she studies the influence of patient-provider communication on health outcomes and is particularly interested in the effects of enhanced patient participation in medical decision-making. She is also interested in behavioral interventions to prevent the secondary spread of HIV. Dr. Golin is a guest lecturer in several HBHE courses, and teaches in the clinical Epidemiology course. She has a joint appointment with UNC┐s Department of Medicine.
|Golin CE, DiMatteo MR, Duan N, Leake B, Heritage J, Gelberg L (2002)|
Impoverished Diabetic Patients Whose Doctors Facilitate Their Participation in Medical Decision-making Are More Satisfied With Their Care.
Journal of Gen Intern Med: vol.17
|Miller LG, Liu H, Hays RD, Golin CE, Beck K, Asch SM, Ma Y, Kaplan AH, Wenger NS (2002)|
How Well Do Clinicians Estimate Patients┐ Adherence to Combination Antiretroviral Therapy?.
Journal Gen Intern Med: vol.17, p.1-11.
|Saint S, Konrad TR, Golin CE, Welsh D, Linzer M (2002)|
Outpatient and Inpatient-oriented General Internists: Who are they? Results from the Physician Worklife Study.
Seminars in Practice Management: vol.5, p.5-11.
|Golin CE, Isasi F, Breny Bontempi J, Eng G (2002)|
Secret Pills: HIV-Positive Patients┐ Experiences Taking Antiretroviral Therapy.
AIDS Educ and Prev: vol.14, p.317-32.
|Golin CE, Lui H, Hays R, Miller L, Kaplan A, Wenger N (2002)|
A Prospective Study of Predictors of Adherence to Combination Antiretroviral Medication.
Journal of General Intern Med: vol.17, p.1-10.