Sexual Risk Behavior / Reproductive Health

InCHIP’s research on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and sexual risk behaviors includes the development and evaluation of interventions for pregnancy prevention, the reproductive health of people living with HIV, and the enhancement of partner notification practices around potential HIV/STI exposure. InCHIP researchers have also conducted meta-analyses of existing safer sex interventions and family planning campaigns and used virtual reality technology to measure emotion-based reactions to condoms.
 

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InCHIP Sexual Risk Behavior / Reproductive Health Resources

 

InCHIP Sexual Risk Behavior / Reproductive Health Researchers