Alanna Bergman, MSN, CRNP
Alanna Bergman is a nurse practitioner and has provided HIV treatment and prevention services for the past six years. Alanna teaches advanced practice pharmacology at Johns Hopkins University in the school of nursing where she is also a PhD student. She is a research coordinator on several projects focused on optimizing HIV and tuberculosis outcomes. Alanna’s dissertation research focuses on stigma measurement among people living with intersecting stigmatized identities in South Africa. She will be measuring HIV and tuberculosis stigma in a nested prospective cohort across the care continuum to evaluate changes in stigma and its impact on care engagement and treatment adherence. Alanna is the 2021 recipient of the Frank Lamendola Achievement Award for Nursing Leadership in HIV Care awarded by the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care. She is also the current president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.