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MPT End-User Research: Updates from the Field

MPT End-User Research: Updates from the Field
28 September 2017

This live webinar highlighted new research exploring the acceptability of and preference between potential MPT product types, drivers of future product use, and other important end-user considerations. It featured presentations from Moushira El-Sahn and Jeff Lucas (Routes-2-Results), Barbara Friedland (Population Council), and Alexandra Minnis (RTI International).

View Webinar Recording
View R2R's “Understanding consumer preference for HIV prevention products” PDF presentation
View Dr. Friedland's PDF presentation from 28 September 2017
View Dr. Minnis' “Young Women’s Preferences to Inform MPT Development ” PDF presentation

El-Sahn, M., Lucas, J., Friedland, B., Minnis, A.
In this Webinar:
Health Risk(s):
  • HIV
  • Product Type(s):
  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):
  • MPTs
  • Product Development
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