Alissa Davis "Barriers to Health Care Utilization and HIV/Syphilis Testing Among Female Uyghur Migrant Workers in Guangzhou, China"
Alissa Davis, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, will be discussing her work on "Barriers to Health Care Utilization and HIV/Syphilis Testing Among Female Uyghur Migrant Workers in Guangzhou, China" on February 17th, from noon to one in Redbud Room in the IMU.
“My proposed dissertation research will examine social, cultural, and institutional barriers to health care utilization and the acceptability and feasibility of using HIV and syphilis rapid point-of-care tests among this population. Research has not yet been conducted, so this talk will focus on background, proposed study design and hypotheses.”
This is second talk of the semester of Graduate Student Brown Bag Talks, designed to allow students to share their research, work, experiences and goals with their peers.