Designing preclinical perceptibility measures to evaluate topical vaginal gel formulations: relating user sensory perceptions and experiences to formulation properties.

@article{Morrow2014DesigningPP,
  title={Designing preclinical perceptibility measures to evaluate topical vaginal gel formulations: relating user sensory perceptions and experiences to formulation properties.},
  author={Kathleen M. Morrow and Joseph L. Fava and Rochelle K. Rosen and Sara Irene Del Real Vargas and Julia G. Shaw and Erna Milu Kojic and Patrick F Kiser and David R. Friend and David F. Katz},
  journal={AIDS research and human retroviruses},
  year={2014},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={78-91}
}
Abstract The effectiveness of any biomedical prevention technology relies on both biological efficacy and behavioral adherence. Microbicide trials have been hampered by low adherence, limiting the ability to draw meaningful conclusions about product effectiveness. Central to this problem may be an inadequate conceptualization of how product properties themselves impact user experience and adherence. Our goal is to expand the current microbicide development framework to include product… CONTINUE READING

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