Global Health Research Seminar Series—Using Discrete Choice Experiments to Explore HIV Service Delivery

1:00 pm on Monday, February 1, 2021
2:00 pm on Monday, February 1, 2021
Speaker: Dr. Ingrid Eshun-Wilson. Bio: Dr. Eshun-Wilson is faculty in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Washington University in St. Louis, she trained and worked in South Africa as a HIV physician for several years and now conducts research both domestically and in sub-Saharan Africa, exploring strategies for the implementation of effective interventions to reduce the incidence and negative sequelae of infectious diseases. This includes the use of discrete choice experiments for evaluation of patient preferences for care, sequential multiple assignment randomized trials evaluating retention strategies in adults and adolescents, and using sampling-based approaches to generated revised estimates of HIV program outcomes to identify gaps and areas for improvement in the HIV treatment cascade. In addition, Dr. Eshun-Wilson’s work extends to developing evidence synthesis methods for implementation research using network meta-analysis and rapid evidence synthesis systems, and exploring the use of research appraisal tools for guideline development in implementation science.