Research Interests: Global health and health services; HIV and drug use prevention and treatment in developing countries
Li Li, Ph.D., is Professor-in-Residence at Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, UCLA Semel Institute Center for Community Health, and Department of Epidemiology, School of Public Health. She is the Director of Methods Core, Center for HIV Identification, Prevention and Treatment Services (CHIPTS). In the past 20+ years, Dr. Li has conducted research in the areas of HIV prevention, substance abuse and social and cultural aspects of health promotion and services. She has received research grants to conduct intervention studies to reduce HIV stigma among Chinese service providers, to enhance methadone maintenance treatment outcomes in China, to improve the quality of life for families and children impacted by HIV in Thailand and China, and to work with commune health workers for HIV prevention strategies for IDUs and their families in Vietnam. |
Li, Li, Wu, Zunyou, Liang, Li-Jung, Lin, Chunqing, Guan, Jihui, Jia, Manhong, Rou, Keming & Yan, Zhihua Reducing HIV-related Stigma in Health Care Settings: A Randomized Controlled Trial in China.
American Journal of Public Health
; (in press):
Li, Li, Lin, Chunqing, Wu, Zunyou, Comulada, W. Scott & Ding, Yingying Regional Differences in HIV Prevalence and Individual Attitudes among Service Providers.
Social Science & Medicine
Li Li, Wu Zunyou, Liang Li-Jung, Lin Chunqing, Zhang Linglin, Guo Sam, Rou Keming, Li Jianhua An Intervention Targeting Service Providers and Clients for Methadone
Maintenance Treatment in China: A Cluster-randomized Trial..
Addiction (Abingdon, England).
Li Li, Ji Guoping, Liang Li-Jung, Ding Yingying, Tian Junru, Xiao Yongkang A multilevel intervention for HIV-affected families in China: Together
for Empowerment Activities (TEA)..
Social science & medicine (1982).
Li Li, Liang Li-Jung, Ding Ying Ying, Ji Guoping Facing HIV as a family: predicting depressive symptoms with correlated
Journal of family psychology : JFP : journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43).
Li Li, Lin Chunqing, Wu Zunyou, Guan Jihui, Jia Manhong, Yan Zhihua HIV-related avoidance and universal precaution in medical settings:
opportunities to intervene..
Health services research.
Li Li, Lee Sung-Jae, Jiraphongsa Chuleeporn, Khumtong Siwaporn, Iamsirithaworn Sopon, Thammawijaya Panithee, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane Improving the health and mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS:
12-month assessment of a behavioral intervention in Thailand..
American journal of public health.
Li Li, Liang Li-Jung, Lin Chunqing, Wu Zunyou, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane, Rotheram-Borus Mary Jane HIV prevention intervention to reduce HIV-related stigma: evidence
AIDS (London, England).