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Instructor, Division of Infectious Diseases

Specialty Areas:

HIV, STI, Infectious Disease


BHSc (hons): University of Western Ontario, 2007; MSc: University of Western Ontario, 2010; BSN: Duke University, 2012; MSN: Duke University, 2017: PhD: Duke University, 2017; Postdoctoral Associate: Duke University School of Medicine 2017-2019; Consulting Associate: Duke University School of Nursing, 2013-present

Bio/Personal Statement:

I am a family nurse practitioner and HIV/AIDS researcher. I provide primary care to adults living with HIV at the Wake County Health Department in Raleigh, NC. My research interests are in sexuality education, women’s health, and STIs.

Selected Bibliography:

Relf, M.V., Silva, S.G., Williams, M.S., Moore, E., Arscott, J., Caiola, C. & Barroso, J. (2015).  Feasibility of using an iPod touch device and acceptability of a stigma reduction intervention with HIV-infected women in the deep South. AIDS and Behavior, 19(10), 1896-1904.

Barroso J., Relf M. V., Williams M.S., Arscott J., Moore E. D., Caiola C., & Silva S. G. (2014). A randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of a stigma reduction intervention for HIV-infected women in the Deep South. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 28(9), 489-498.

Meade, C.S., Bevilacqua, L.A., Moore, E.D., Potter, J.S., Hatch-Maillette, M.H., Griddin, M.L., Gardin, J.G. & Weiss, R. (2014) Concurrent substance abuse is associated with sexual risk behavior among adults seeking treatment for prescription opioid dependence. The American Journal on Addictions, 23(1), 27-33.

Elizabeth D. Moore, PhD, FNP-BC, ACRN