• Dr. Chapman Lambert is a promising early career investigator. Her research activities focus on improving health outcomes for minority population, more specifically women living with HIV (WLWH). For her dissertation she recruited and administered a survey to 300 WLWH to assess their attitudes, beliefs and knowledge regarding HPV and cervical cancer screening. Continuing her passion to improve health outcomes for WLWH, Dr. Chapman Lambert is evaluating multilevel factors that impact medication and appointment adherence.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title Altmetric
    2019 The influence of multiple stigmas on HIV care in new-to-care patients: An intersectionality perspective 2019
    2018 PrEParing Women to Prevent HIV: An Integrated Theoretical Framework to PrEP Black Women in the United States.Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.  29:835-848. 2018
    2018 The State of Adherence to HIV Care in Black Women.Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.  29:487-503. 2018
    2017 A psychometric examination of an instrument to measure the dimensions of Champion's Health Belief Model Scales for cervical cancer screening in women living with HIV.Applied Nursing Research.  33:78-84. 2017
    2016 Confusion about HPV and Cervical Cancer Among Black/African-American Women Living with HIV.Journal- National Black Nurses Association.  27:20-25. 2016
    2016 Cervical Cancer Screening for Women Living With HIVAwhonn Lifelines.  20:392-398. 2016
    2015 Pap test adherence, cervical cancer perceptions, and HPV knowledge among HIV-infected women in a community health setting.Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.  26:271-280. 2015
    2013 Factors influencing cervical cancer screening in women infected with HIV: a review of the literature.Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.  24:189-197. 2013
    Family, Perceived Stigma, Prevention Fatigue, and Patient Engagement: Evaluating Factors Associated with Access to Medical Care for Latino MSM San Juan, Puerto RicoAIDS and Behavior
    Working with Potential Users in the Development of a Sexual Health Video Game for Rural AdolescentsApplied Nursing Research

    Research Overview

  • Clinical: HIV/AIDS, Women's health. Research: Behavioral science, HIV care continuum, Cervical cancer prevention, Health Disparities, HIV positive women self-management, Alcohol and Drugs. Teaching: HIV/AIDS, Chronic disease, Caring for individuals across the lifespan
  • Full Name

  • Crystal Chapman Lambert