Mi-Suk Kang Dufour, MPH, PhD
PhD, 2011 - Epidemiology, University of California Berkeley
MPH, 2000 - Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California Berkeley
- The Effect of Patient Navigation on the Likelihood of Engagement in Clinical Care for HIV-Infected Individuals Leaving Jail.
- Patient navigators effectively support HIV-infected individuals returning to the community from jail settings.
- Low-Quality Housing Is Associated With Increased Risk of Malaria Infection: A National Population-Based Study From the Low Transmission Setting of Swaziland.
- Evaluation of the Tsima community mobilization intervention to improve engagement in HIV testing and care in South Africa: study protocol for a cluster randomized trial.
- Impact of AIDS Education and Training Centers on the US HIV Medical Workforce.
- Option A improved HIV-free infant survival and mother to child HIV transmission at 9-18 months in Zimbabwe.
- Housing quality as a potential risk factor for locally acquired malaria infection in Swaziland
- Recall of Nadir CD4 Cell Count and Most Recent HIV Viral Load Among HIV-Infected, Socially Marginalized Adults.
- Evaluating the Impact of Zimbabwe's Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission Program: Population-Level Estimates of HIV-Free Infant Survival Pre-Option A.
- After the Fact: A Brief Educational Program on HIV Postexposure Prophylaxis for Female Detainees in a Local Jail.
- The SHAZ! project: results from a pilot randomized trial of a structural intervention to prevent HIV among adolescent women in Zimbabwe.
- Population intervention models to estimate ambient NO2 health effects in children with asthma.
- Patient navigation facilitates medical and social services engagement among HIV-infected individuals leaving jail and returning to the community.
- Evaluation of the effectiveness of HIV voluntary counseling and testing trainings for clinicians in the Odessa region of Ukraine.
- HIV voluntary counseling and testing at an abortion clinic: missed opportunities for diagnosis.
- How Faith Based Organizations’ doctrines regarding sexuality affect their participation in the public health response to HIV in the Eastern Caribbean
- Supporting the integration of HIV testing into primary care settings.
- Barriers and facilitators to enhancing HIV testing in publicly funded primary care clinics: findings from San Francisco.
- Findings from SHAZ!: a feasibility study of a microcredit and life-skills HIV prevention intervention to reduce risk among adolescent female orphans in Zimbabwe.
- Routine rapid HIV screening in six community health centers serving populations at risk.
- Assessment of the Association of Chlamydia trachomatis Infection and Adverse Perinatal Outcomes with the Use of Population-Based Chlamydia Case Report Registries and Birth Records
- Female condom uptake and acceptability in Zimbabwe.
- Maternal versus paternal orphans and HIV/STI risk among adolescent girls in Zimbabwe.
- The importance of discreet use of the diaphragm to Zimbabwean women and their partners.
- Contraceptive intentions among adolescents after abortion.
- Barrier method preferences and perceptions among Zimbabwean women and their partners.
- Introducing diaphragms into the mix: what happens to male condom use patterns?
- HIV sentinel surveillance among women seeking elective pregnancy termination, San Francisco.
- Misoprostol compared with laminaria before early second-trimester surgical abortion: a randomized trial.
- Abortion attitudes of pregnant women in prenatal care.
- Improving the accuracy of fetal foot length to confirm gestational duration.
- Predictors of diaphragm use as a potential sexually transmitted disease/HIV prevention method in Zimbabwe.
- Manual versus electric vacuum aspiration for early first-trimester abortion: a controlled study of complication rates.