17 Feb, 2016 - STRIVE Learning Lab
Dr. Fielding-Miller is a public health social scientist who specializes in the social and structural determinants of HIV and gender based violence. Her research combines ethnographic and statistical methods and draws on multidisciplinary behavioral theories to spotlight the priorities and experiences of marginalized groups in the United States and sub-Saharan Africa.
Dr. Fielding-Miller is a founding member of the Swaziland AIDS Research Network.
- Ruark A, Fielding-Miller R (co-first authors) (2016). Using qualitative methods to validate and contextualize quantitative findings: A case study of research on sexual behavior and gender based violence among young Swazi women. Global Health: Science and Practice
- Fielding-Miller, R., Dunkle, K. L., Jama-Shai, N., Windle, M., Hadley, C., & Cooper, H. L. (2016). The feminine ideal and transactional sex: Navigating respectability and risk in Swaziland. Social Science & Medicine, 158, 24-33
- Meagley K, Schriver B, Geary R, Fielding-Miller R, Stein AD, Dunkle KL, Norris SA. (2016). The gender dimensions of help-seeking behaviors of young adults in Soweto, South Africa. Global Health Action
- Fielding-Miller R, Davidson P, Raj A. (2016). Blacks face higher risk of arrest in White neighborhoods. International Journal of Drug Policy
- Fielding-Miller R, Dunkle K, Murdock D. (2015). “Not everyone can afford an apple a day”: Stigma and food insecurity in rural South African young adults. African Journal of AIDS Research, 14(4) 361-369
- Fielding-Miller R, Dunkle K, Cooper HLF, Windle M, Hadley, C. (2015). Cultural consensus modeling to measure transactional sex in Swaziland: Scale building and validation. Social Science and Medicine, 148 25-33
- Fielding-Miller R, Mnisi Z, Dlamini N, Baral S, Kennedy C. (2014) 'There is hunger in my community': food security as a cyclically driving force in sex work in Swaziland. BMC Public Health, 14(1) 79
- Kennedy CE, Baral SD, Fielding-Miller R, Adams D, Dludlu P, Sithole B, Fonner VA, Mnisi Z, Kerrigan D. (2013) "They are human beings, they are Swazi": intersecting stigmas and the positive health, dignity and prevention needs of HIV-positive men who have sex with men in Swaziland. J Int AIDS Society, Suppl 3:18749
- Surkan PJ, Fielding-Miller R, Melchior M. (2012). Parental relationship satisfaction in French young adults associated with alcohol abuse and dependence. Addictive Behaviors, 37 (3) 313-317
- Solidarity with the vulnerable at Washington march. The San Diego Union-Tribune, January 2017
- Ignoring ‘identity politics’ will only make us sicker. Medium, December 2016
- The right kind of sex. UNAIDS Science Now, May 2016
- Study: What Swazi Women Want for Sex. Times of Swaziland, January 2016
Invited talks and oral poster presentations
- 2016 Fielding-Miller R., Davidson P. Ethical collaborations between HIV researchers and community groups. African American MSM Leadership Conference. Los Angeles, California, January 21-24
- 2014 Swazi femininity, reputation management, and transactional sex. South African Medical Research Council Hegemonic Masculinity Workshop. Pretoria, South Africa October 27 – 28.
- 2012 Fielding-Miller R, Mnisi Z, Dlamini N, Baral S, Kennedy C. 'There is hunger in my community': food security as a cyclically driving force in sex work in Swaziland. 19th International AIDS Conference, Washington DC. July 22-27
- 2010 Fielding-Miller R, Kennedy C. Oral literature and HIV narratives in Swaziland. First International HIV Social Science and Humanity Conference. Durban, South Africa. June 11-13
- 2010 Fielding-Miller R, Nhlabatsi N. School enrollment and HIV prevalence among Swazi youth. First International HIV Social Science and Humanity Conference. Durban, South Africa. June 11-13