Jessica Haberer

Lisbeysi Calo1
Ramnath Subbaraman1
Emlyn S. Jones1
1Lisbeysi Calo
1Ramnath Subbaraman
1Emlyn S. Jones
1Marian DiFiglia
1Brendan R. Jackson
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  • Angela Kaida, Lynn T. Matthews, Steve Kanters, Jerome Kabakyenga, Conrad Muzoora, A. Rain Mocello +5 others
  • 2013
OBJECTIVE Many people living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa desire biological children. Implementation of HIV prevention strategies that support the reproductive goals of people living with HIV while minimizing HIV transmission risk to sexual partners and future children requires a comprehensive understanding of pregnancy in this population. We analyzed(More)
Nasal carriage of Staphylococcus aureus is a sensitive indicator of staphylococcal col-onization and is considered a source of subsequent infection. When the incidence of S. au-reus colonization increased in our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), resulting in three methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections over a three-month period, we(More)
  • Yashodhara Rana, Jessica Haberer, Haijing Huang, Andrew Kambugu, Barbara Mukasa, Harsha Thirumurthy +3 others
  • 2015
This paper presents one of the first qualitative studies to discuss programmatic barriers to SMS-based interventions for HIV-positive youth and discusses pathways through which youth perceive them to work. We conducted six focus groups with 20 male and 19 female HIV-positive youths in two clinics in Kampala, Uganda. We find that youth commonly use SMS as(More)
  • Adeline A. Boatin, Blair Wylie, Ilona Goldfarb, Robin Azevedo, Elena Pittel, Courtney Ng +1 other
  • 2015
We tested functionality and acceptability of a wireless fetal monitoring prototype technology in pregnant women in an inpatient labor unit in the United States. Women with full-term singleton pregnancies and no evidence of active labor were asked to wear the prototype technology for 30 minutes. We assessed functionality by evaluating the ability to(More)
We collected data on feasibility and acceptability of a real-time web-linked adherence monitoring container among HIV-positive injection drug users (IDU) in China. "Wisepill" uses wireless technology to track on-time medication dosing. Ten patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART) at the Guangxi CDC HIV clinic in Nanning, China, used Wisepill for one ART(More)
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