New study designs needed for insight on creating effective HIV self-testing programs
Research has shown that offering HIV self-testing (HIVST) increases HIV testing rates, but does the method of self-testing offered make a difference? A new literature review highlights this and other questions that have arisen regarding the impact of HIVST. The review is co-authored by CUNY Graduate School of Public Health & Health Policy Associate Professor Elizabeth Kelvin and doctoral student Bridget Akasreku. Their findings were published in Current HIV/AIDS Reports.