Darrell P. Wheeler, PhD
Dr. Wheeler's area of focus is HIV and AIDS prevention and intervention with a particular emphasis on underserved populations such as the African American gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. He has served on the editorial boards of several notable research publications, and has performed professional consultation on program development and evaluation at local, state, and national levels.
- Dean, School of Social Work, Loyola University Chicago
- Associate Professor, Hunter College School of Social Work, New York, NY
- PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Social Work
- Ayala, G., Bingham, T., Kim, J., Wheeler, D. P., & Millett, G. A. (2012). Modeling the impact of social discrimination and financial hardship on the sexual risk of HIV among Latino and black men who have sex with men. American Journal of Public Health, 102(S2), 242-249.
- Wheeler, D. P. (2011). National health line: Advancing HIV/AIDS domestic agenda: Social worker and community health workers unite. Health and Social Work, 36(2), 157-158.
- Wheeler, D. P., & Dodd, S-J. (2011). LGBTQ capacity building in health care systems: A social work imperative. Health and Social Work, 36(4), 307-309.
- Wheeler, D. P. (2011). Advancing HIV/AIDS domestic agenda: Social work and community health workers unite. Health & Social Work, 36(2), 157-158.
- Carlos, J. A., Bingham, T. A., Stueve, A., Lauby, J., Ayala, G., Millett, G. A., & Wheeler, D. P. (2010). The role of peer support on condom use among Black and Latino MSM in three urban areas. AIDS Education and Prevention, 22(5), 430-444.
- A Juggling Act
- An N of One
- Bringing Community to the Table
- Challenges and Rewards of HIV Research
- Compensating Community Members
- Find Somebody to Cry With
- Keeping the Door Open
- Mentoring Researchers and Practitioners
- Multi-format Dissemination
- Reward Yourself
- Savvy Participants
- Shake the Cage
- Step into the Community
- Terms and Labels
- They Deserve Authorship
- Why Are You Studying This Population?