Socio-Behavioral and Structural Working Group
The SBWG focuses on identifying key socio-behavioral priorities using state-of-the-art methodologies. The Working Group includes behavioral and social science expertise to inform the methodologies, such as user-preferred characteristics to increase prevention product uptake as well as human-centered design using ethnographic and other techniques. Other expertise includes use of social media for recruitment and retention of participants and behavioral economics interventions.
Meet the Team:
Socio-Behavioral and Structural Working Group Contacts
Ariane van der Straten, UCSF and ASTRA Consulting
Julie Pulerwitz, Population Council
- Elizabeth Greene, FHI 360