Qualitative Data Analysis for Pilot STI Intervention with HIV-positive Pregnant Women in South Africa

Qualitative Data Analysis for Pilot STI Intervention with HIV-positive Pregnant Women in South Africa

Outside Opportunities, Volunteer
Posted 2 months ago

We are looking for a graduate student who would be interested in conducting qualitative data analysis for an NIH R21 study that is designed to pilot-test an STI treatment intervention. The participants are HIV-positive pregnant women living in townships near Pretoria, South Africa. Interviews were conducted with a sub-sample of women in this study in order to outline a causal pathway for STI re-infection during pregnancy. The work involves coding of transcripts and data analysis. Although the position is voluntary, the research will lead to manuscripts for publication, opportunities to learn about qualitative research methods used in clinical trials, and global health network development. Please contact Joseph Daniels, joseph.daniels@lehman.cuny.edu, with questions and include your CV and summary of your work in qualitative research. Joseph is faculty at Lehman College and member of the CUNY-Rockefeller-Einstein CFAR.

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