Examining PrEP Preferences Among Vulnerable Military Populations Using Conjoint Analysis

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Telephone:
US: +1 213 338 8477 or +1 669 219 2599 or +1 669 900 6833
Kenya: 0 800 733 310 (Toll Free)
Uganda: +256 206 300 097 or 0 800 113 279 (Toll Free)
South Africa: +27 87 551 7702 or +27 87 550 3946
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Jose I. Gutierrez Jr., PhD, FNP-BC

 

Jose I. Gutierrez, PhD, FNP-BC is a nurse-scientist and current Fellow with the National Clinician Scholars Program at UCSF. He is interested in HIV-research that centers on preventative and harm-reduction interventions, as well as behavior & decision science. Specifically, his research focuses on improving the continuum of care for delivery of preference-based HIV treatment and PrEP interventions utilizing conjoint analysis and discrete choice experiments. Originally a Midwesterner from Illinois, Jose received his PhD and Master of Science in Nursing at Yale University.