Kenneth C. Hergenrather, PhD, CRC
Department of Counseling, Human, and Organizational Studies
The George Washington University
2134 G Street NW; Suite 313
Washington, DC 20037
My research interests are (a) attitudes toward persons living with disabilities, including HIV/AIDS; (b) disability primary/secondary impairments of HIV/AIDS; and (c) consumer health in regard to the prevention of disability - specifically Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV/AIDS. My research utilizes the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and community-based participatory research (CBPR) I utilize CBPR and methodologies (e.g., focus groups, Photovoice). My research provides the opportunity to impact rehabilitation services, training and policy. I have been a presenter more than 58 presentations and an author on 39 publications. I am on the Editorial Board of the Journal of AIDS Education and Prevention, the Rehabilitation Counselors and Educators Journal, and an Editorial Consultant for the Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling . Because of my research in the area of HIV/AIDS, I was named a 2005 Mary Switzer Scholar by the National Rehabilitation Association. In 2008, I was presented the National Council on Rehabilitation Education Rehabilitation Researcher of the Year award.
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