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...
- Ethical issues for late-stage trials of multipurpose prevention technologies for HIV and pregnancyJessica A Cohen
PATH, Seattle, WA, USA Electronic address
Int J Gynaecol Obstet 127:221-4. 2014..This article identifies several ethical issues uniquely associated with this research that will benefit from future deliberation and guidance to ensure that this globally important research can proceed efficiently and expeditiously. ..
- 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....