Vickie Lynn

Community Advisory Board

Vickie Lynn is a doctoral candidate at the University of South Florida, College of Public Health, Community and Family Health, with a focus in behavioral health. Her research focuses on understanding the delivery of integrated care for people living with HIV with a goal of improving health services for people living with HIV. She also has a special interest in the use of language and how it affects HIV related stigma and discrimination. A long-term survivor living with HIV since 1985, surviving an AIDS diagnosis, homelessness, and drug addiction, Vickie Lynn has spent the past few decades as an advocate for HIV issues.

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