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HPM Seminar Series
Implication of Sexual Contact Networks in Partner Management for Sexually Transmitted Infections
HSRP&A PhD Student
Division of Health Policy & Management
Contact behavior and network structures strongly influence infectious disease dynamics; however, little is known about how the network structure and dynamics impacts the cost-effectiveness of disease control strategies. Hear Zoe present her work on partner management strategies for bacterial sexually transmitted infections (STIs)—an approach she uses to explore the influence of network structure and network dynamics on the optimal partner management strategy to avert recurrent transmission and downstream consequences.