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Crime, HIV and Health: Intersections of Criminal Justice and Public Health Concerns

Sanders, Bill, Thomas, Yonette F., Griffin Deeds, Bethany (Eds.)

2013, XXXVI, 300 p.

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Bill Sanders 

Bill Sanders, PhD
Bill Sanders, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor within the School of Criminal Justice and Criminalistics at California State University, Los Angeles. Dr. Sanders has conducted qualitative research on high-risk behaviors among at risk youth in London, New York and Los Angeles. He has published in areas such as substance use, violence, crime, and unsafe sexual practices among young offenders, gang members, injection drug users, and those who experience homelessness. Dr. Sanders has also published on drug selling, club drug use, prescription drug misuse, gang intervention, and qualitative research methods.
Dr. Sanders has been promoting as a public health agenda towards the study and approach of gang youth. Publications that reflect this agenda thus far have included: a public health model for studying risk behaviors among gang youth; the operationalization of a partnership with community-based organizations in order to access and interview active gang youth; evidence that gang youth are a vulnerable population suitable for nursing intervention; substance use patterns and the normalized character of marijuana among gang youth; and epidemiological data on unsafe sexual practices among gang members. Dr. Sanders continues research on risk behaviors and health aspects of gang youth, as well as other intersections of criminal justice and public health more generally.

Yonette F. Thomas 

PH. D. Yonette F. Thomas
Dr. Thomas is currently the Associate Vice President for Research Compliance at Howard University. Prior to my joining the staff and faculty of Howard University, she previously served as Program Director for the Sociology Epidemiology Program and Branch Chief of the Epidemiology Research Branch at the National Institute on Drug Abuse, at the National Institutes of Health. She currently has faculty and research appointments at Howard University and at the Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami. At Howard University, as an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and adjunct Associate Professor of Research and a Senior Research Fellow with the Center for Minority Health Services Research (CMHSR) within the College of Pharmacy at Howard University; at the Miller School of Medicine as an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health. She is a social epidemiologist, with training in epidemiology, medical sociology and demography. Her primary research and publications have focused on the social epidemiology of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS and the link with Geography and Geographic Methods. At the National Institute on Drug Abuse, she was instrumental in the development of the Institute’s research focus on the social epidemiology of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS and the role of the social environment; and led a trans-NIH workgroup on the mapping of the social environment as it relates to the social determinants of health; and developed and stimulated a portfolio of science broadly focused on social epidemiology and health behavior across the life course.

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