College of Health Sciences
School of Health Sciences
Degree ProgramPh.D. Health Education and Promotion
Dr. Victoria A. Williams is a contributing faculty member in the School of Health Sciences at Walden University. Dr. Williams has a BS in health science from the University of Florida, an MPH in behavioral sciences/health education from Emory University, an MEd in instructional technology from the University of West Florida, and a PhD in behavioral sciences/health promotion from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She is also a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES).
PhD, University of Alabama at Birmingham
MEd, University of West Florida
MPH, Emory University
BS, University of Florida
Williams, V. A. Narrative Review of Web-based Healthy Lifestyle Interventions for Cancer Survivors Annals of Reviews & Research
Frew, P. M., Williams, V. A., Shapiro, E. T., Sanchez, T., Rosenberg, E. S., Fenimore, V. L., Sullivan, P. S. (2013). From (Un)Willingness to InvolveMENt: Development of a Successful Study Brand for Recruitment of Diverse MSM to a Longitudinal HIV Research. International journal of population research
Orlandella, R. M., Bail, J. R., Behring, M., Halilova, K. I., Johnson, R., Williams, V. A., Norian, L. A., Demark-Wahnefried, W. (2020). Body fat indices and survival in immunotherapy-treated patients with cancer. Cancer
Pekmezi, D., Ainsworth, C., Holly, T., Williams, V. A., Joseph, R., Wang, K., Rogers, L. Q., Marcus, B., Desmond, R., Demark-Wahnefried, W. (2018). Physical Activity and Related Psychosocial Outcomes From a Pilot Randomized Trial of an Interactive Voice Response System-Supported Intervention in the Deep South. Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education
Williams, V. A. (2019). Racial Preferences of a Web-based Lifestyle Intervention for Cancer Survivors
Williams, V. A. (2019). Web-based Lifestyle Intervention Preferences and Acceptability among Cancer Survivors
Williams, V. A. (2019). Pilot trial of a web-based lifestyle intervention for cancer survivors.
Williams, V. A. (2013). From Willingness to InvolveMENt: Development of a Successful Brand Strategy for Recruitment of Diverse MSM to a Longitudinal HIV Research Study