Assessing willingness to test for HIV among men who have sex with men using conjoint analysis, evidence for uptake of the FDA-approved at-home HIV test.

@article{Lee2013AssessingWT,
  title={Assessing willingness to test for HIV among men who have sex with men using conjoint analysis, evidence for uptake of the FDA-approved at-home HIV test.},
  author={S. J. Lee and Ronald M. Brooks and Robert K. Bolan and Risa P. Flynn},
  journal={AIDS care},
  year={2013},
  volume={25 12},
  pages={1592-8}
}
Men who have sex with men (MSM) in the USA, represent a vulnerable population with lower rates of HIV testing. There are various specific attributes of HIV testing that may impact willingness to test (WTT) for HIV. Identifying specific attributes influencing patients' decisions around WTT for HIV is critical to ensure improved HIV testing uptake. This study examined WTT for HIV by using conjoint analysis, an innovative method for systematically estimating consumer preferences across discrete… CONTINUE READING
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