Professors Jason Potter-Burda and Margaret Drew published the results of a study of the needs of people living with HIV-AIDS in the South Coast, Massachusetts, communities of Fall River and New Bedford. The study results, written from a medical perspective, were published in the Journal of Nursing and Healthcare in April. The study was conducted in collaboration with Dr. Caitlin Stover of the University of Massachusetts–Dartmouth, College of Nursing. The results led to a transportation study conducted by Drew’s students in the Human Rights at Home Clinic.
Potter Burda, Drew publish results of HIV-AIDS study
Potter Burda, Drew publish results of study of needs of people living with HIV, AIDS in South Coast, Mass.
By School of Law // April 15, 2017
June 1, 2018Spencer Analyzes the Implications of Predictive Analytics and Surveillance Law
March 21, 2018Faculty highlights: Spring 2018
February 13, 2018Q&A: Professor Shaun Spencer on the $560 Million Powerball Winner’s Request for Privacy
May 2, 2017Librarians examine 'fine-free' environment in recent article
April 27, 2017Peltz-Steele cited by former student, now state supreme court judge
Alicia Blanchard: 2018 UMass Law Commencement Speaker
Alicia Blanchard, JD candidate '18, plans to work in special education reform.