Liza M. Conyers

Counselor Education Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Sociology of Education, Public and Social Welfare, General, Special Education
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Conyers LM, Richardson LA, Datti PA, et al. (2017) A Critical Review of Health, Social, and Prevention Outcomes Associated With Employment for People Living With HIV. Aids Education and Prevention : Official Publication of the International Society For Aids Education. 29: 475-490
Koch LC, Rumrill PD, Conyers L, et al. (2013) A narrative literature review regarding job retention strategies for people with chronic illnesses. Work (Reading, Mass.). 46: 125-34
Datti PA, Conyers LM. (2010) Application of the behavioral model of service utilization to predicting factors associated with vocational rehabilitation use among a sample of Latino men with HIV/AIDS in New York State Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 33: 15-25
Conyers LM. (2008) HIV/AIDS and employment research: A need for an integrative approach Counseling Psychologist. 36: 108-117
Worrell FC, Conyers LM, Mpofu E, et al. (2006) Multigroup ethnic identity measure scores in a sample of adolescents from zimbabwe Identity. 6: 35-59
Conyers LM. (2005) HIV/AIDS as an emergent disability: The response of vocational rehabilitation Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 22: 67-73
Conyers LM, Rumrill PD. (2005) A comparison of equal employment opportunity commission case resolution patterns of people with HIV/AIDS and other disabilities Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation. 22: 171-178
Conyers LM. (2004) The impact of vocational services and employment on people with HIV/AIDS. Work (Reading, Mass.). 23: 205-14
Conyers LM. (2004) Expanding understanding of HIV/AIDS and employment: Perspectives of focus groups Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 48: 5-18
Mpofu E, Conyers LM. (2004) A Representational Theory Perspective of Minority Status and People with Disabilities: Implications for Rehabilitation Education and Practice Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin. 47: 142-151
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