- Professor of Nursing and the Independence Foundation Professor of Nursing, Yale School of Nursing
- Director, Doctoral Program, Yale School of Nursing
- Member, Clinical and Health Services Research Core, CIRA
Nancy R. Reynolds, Ph.D. is Professor of Nursing and the Independence Foundation Professor of Nursing. She is former director of the Ph.D. and postdoctoral programs at the Yale School of Nursing and director of an ongoing T32 training grant in chronic illness self-management (NIH, NINR). Dr. Reynolds has been actively engaged in improving the quality of life persons living with HIV since the beginning of the epidemic through her interdisciplinary research and practice. She is a funded investigator with the NIH, NIAID, AIDS Clinical Trials Group and has conducted a series of NIH-funded studies to develop and test a telephone-delivered HIV medication adherence intervention. She is also interested in antiretroviral adherence measurement and is a co-investigator on other NIH-funded interdisciplinary teams examining antiretroviral medication adherence behavior and smoking cessation in HIV+ domestic and international clinic populations. She is a regular Scientific Review Group participant of NIH, HIV special sections and is actively involved in research and academic development partnerships in China and India.
CIRA Affiliated Projects:
- A Randomized Trial of Enhanced Nursing Telephone Support to Improve Medication Self-Management and Viral Outcomes of Antiretroviral Therapy-Experienced Patients