Affiliation: Program for Appropriate Technology in Health
- Improving topical microbicide applicators for use in resource-poor settingsJanet G Vail
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health, Seattle, WA 98107, USA
Am J Public Health 94:1089-92. 2004..Our findings indicate that issues concerning applicator safety, reuse, and cost warrant further investigation...
- A randomized, comparative safety study of a prefilled plastic and user-filled paper applicator with candidate microbicide tenofovir 1% gelJessica A Cohen
PATH, Seattle, WA 98109, USA
Sex Transm Dis 40:476-81. 2013....
- Reaching women with instructions on misoprostol use in a Latin American countryJessica Cohen
PATH, Seattle, WA, USA
Reprod Health Matters 13:84-92. 2005..Without these alternative information channels, access to information would be severely restricted, especially in rural areas...
- Microbicide applicators: understanding design preferences among women in the dominican republic and South AfricaJessica A Cohen
PATH, Seattle, Washington, USA
Sex Transm Dis 34:15-9. 2007..The objectives of this study were to prioritize applicator design attributes among women in the Dominican Republic and South Africa, and to determine how preferences differed based on sociodemographic variables...
- Short-term acceptability of the PATH Woman's Condom among couples at three sitesPatricia S Coffey
Program for Appropriate Technology in Health PATH, Seattle, WA 98107 5136, USA
Contraception 73:588-93. 2006..The objective of this study is to evaluate acceptability of the PATH Woman's Condom among user populations in Mexico, South Africa and Thailand...
- Evaluating the clinical safety of three vaginal applicators: a pilot study conducted in the Dominican RepublicVivian Brache
Biomedical Research Department, PROFAMILIA, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Contraception 73:72-7. 2006....