Andrew Kerkhoff and Natalie Wilson: Intro to Discrete Choice Experiments and DCE WIP

Identifying Healthcare Preferences and Needs among Priority Communities

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Add to Calendar 2020-07-15 10:00 2020-07-15 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Andrew Kerkhoff and Natalie Wilson: Intro to Discrete Choice Experiments and DCE WIP

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DCE: An introduction to Sawtooth software

Picture of Andrew Kerkhoff, 2020 Excellence in Clinical Science Awardee
 Andrew Kerkhoff is a third year infectious disease fellow in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine and is an HIV provider at Ward 86. His primary research is based in Zambia and is focused on gender-disparities in the tuberculosis (TB) care cascade; he ultimately aims to design and implement novel interventions to improve men’s engagement and retention in TB care services in sub-Saharan Africa. He also has a longstanding research interest in identifying improved means for diagnosing HIV-associated TB and is involved in several ongoing studies related to the evaluation of novel point-of-care diagnostics and improved screening strategies.

 

WIP: Identifying Healthcare Preferences and Needs among Priority Communities

picture of natalie wilson
Natalie L. Wilson, is Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Community Health Systems at the UCSF School of Nursing, Clinical Director at the AIDS Project of the East Bay (APEB) Wellness Clinic in Oakland, CA. She has a doctorate in the philosophy of nursing conducting research in HIV Symptom Clusters and a doctorate in Nursing Practice for HIV Gut Health. She is board certified as a HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. She brings over 20 years of HIV clinical expertise and over 25 years of primary care, including work with Health Care for the Homeless. Dr. Wilson’s clinical expertise is in primary care, HIV, and Sexual Health.

DCE: An introduction to Sawtooth software

Picture of Andrew Kerkhoff, 2020 Excellence in Clinical Science Awardee
 Andrew Kerkhoff is a third year infectious disease fellow in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases and Global Medicine and is an HIV provider at Ward 86. His primary research is based in Zambia and is focused on gender-disparities in the tuberculosis (TB) care cascade; he ultimately aims to design and implement novel interventions to improve men’s engagement and retention in TB care services in sub-Saharan Africa. He also has a longstanding research interest in identifying improved means for diagnosing HIV-associated TB and is involved in several ongoing studies related to the evaluation of novel point-of-care diagnostics and improved screening strategies.

 

WIP: Identifying Healthcare Preferences and Needs among Priority Communities

picture of natalie wilson
Natalie L. Wilson, is Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Community Health Systems at the UCSF School of Nursing, Clinical Director at the AIDS Project of the East Bay (APEB) Wellness Clinic in Oakland, CA. She has a doctorate in the philosophy of nursing conducting research in HIV Symptom Clusters and a doctorate in Nursing Practice for HIV Gut Health. She is board certified as a HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine. She brings over 20 years of HIV clinical expertise and over 25 years of primary care, including work with Health Care for the Homeless. Dr. Wilson’s clinical expertise is in primary care, HIV, and Sexual Health.