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Training Years: 2015-2016

Training Site: Guangdong Provincial Centre for Skin Diseases and STI Control, UNC Project-China

Country: China

Mentors: Joe Tucker, MD, PhD; Bin Yang, PhD; Bill Miller, MD, PhD

Title: Cost-effectiveness of Crowdsourcing Video and Conventional video in HIV Testing Uptake Campaigns among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgender (TG) Individuals in China.

Project Objectives:  

Aim 1: To estimate the total and unit cost per person tested and per HIV-positive person identified of using CS and conventional one-minute videos for promoting HIV testing among MSM/TG in China.

Aim 2: To estimate the impact of  introducing CS in first-time HIV testing and identification of newly diagnosed HIV infected individuals in terms of HIV infections and disability adjusted life year (DALYs) averted using a simple dynamic model accounting for HIV transmission.

Aim 3: To estimate and compare the CE of each arm ($ per HIV infection averted and $ per DALY averted).

NIH Support:  Fogarty fellowship postdoctoral training award

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