Raising awareness building empathy and inspiring action on GBV with a virtual reality adaption of In Her Shoes for actors in humanitarian emergencies.
This project is sponsored by the World Bank and led by Dr. Nancy Glass in Kenya
Better questions better care mixed methods study to develop key gateway questions to identify symptom impact for people with advanced illnesses and improve health professional patient communication.
This project is sponsored by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and led by Dr. Patricia Davidson (School of Nursing) in Australia
Paintsil, E. & Reynolds, N.R. (Co-PI’s) Pediatric HIV Disclosure Benefits Study (PhD-BS) Sankofa 2 (NIH, NICHD, 1 R01 HD103512-01).
A pragmatic, stepped wedge cluster randomized trial is being conducted in 12 HIV pediatric clinics in Ghana to examine the effectiveness, cost and implementation of the Sankofa pediatric disclosure intervention in the presence of “real-world” clinic conditions in Ghana.
HIV Outcomes Following MDRTB Treatment in MDRTBHIV CoInfected Patients in South Africa.
This project is sponsored by NIH and led by Dr. Jason Farley (School of Nursing), Karen Geiger, Dr. Kelly Dooley (School of Medicine), Dr. Chakra Budhathoki (School of Nursing) in South Africa.
Integrating gender-based violence into group antenatal care in Mali
This project is sponsored by the University of Bamako in Mali and led by Dr. Sarah Murray (Bloomberg School of Public Health) and Dr. Nicole Warren (School of Nursing)
Leveraging mHealth to enable and adapt community health worker strategies to improve TBHIV patient outcomes in South Africa The LEAPTBSA Trial.
This project is sponsored by NIH and led by Dr. Jason Farley (School of Nursing), Dr. Larry Chang (School of Medicine), Dr. Chakra Budhathoki (School of Nursing), Kelly Lowensen (School of Nursing), and Paul Stamper (School of Nursing) in South Africa.
Pigs for Peace
A collaborative study designed to test the effectiveness of an innovative, DRC village-led microfinance program on sexual and gender based violence survivor’s health, household economic stability, and reintegration to family and village.
Women’s & Children Safety, Health & Empowerment Project
This study, led by Dr. Bushra Sabri, is being conducted in India in collaboration with Aligarh Muslim University to test the efficacy of a multicomponent intervention in improving health & safety outcomes of pregnant/ post-partum women in abusive relationships in rural & tribal regions.
Effectiveness and mechanisms of action of a tailored mental health intervention with couples engaged in economic empowerment initiatives.
This project is funded by NIH and led by Dr. Nancy Glass (School of Nursing), Dr. Lori Heise (Bloomberg School of Public Health & School of Nursing), Dr. Jeremy Kane (Bloomberg School of Public Health & School of Nursing), Dr. Laura Murray (Bloomberg School of Public Health), Dr. Nancy Perrin (School of Nursing) in the Democratic Republic of Congo.