Microbicides Presentation: “User Experience Shapes Meaning Making & the Acceptability of Intravaginal Rings and Long-Acting Vaginal Gels”

April 5, 2012

Ms. Karen Buckheit presented an oral presentation entitled “User Experience Shapes Meaning Making & the Acceptability of Intravaginal Rings and Long-Acting Vaginal Gels” as part of the International Microbicides Conference in Sydney, Australia. The talk focused on recent data from acceptability studies that investigated user’s perceptions and preferences about long-acting vaginal gels and intravaginal rings as microbicide delivery mechanisms. The talk was presented on behalf of Dr. Kate Morrow at the Miriam Hospital/Brown University where the study was conducted as part of an Integrated Preclinical/Clinical U19 grant funded by the NIH.

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