Carl Latkin, PhD
Vice Chair, Professor
Department of Health, Behavior, and Society
Bloomberg School of Public Health
Third Coast CFAR External Scientific Advisory Board member
The presentation will outline how social network approach can be utilized to reach hidden populations. Embedded in social network dynamics are social influence process that can be capitalized on to promote and sustain behavior change. The presentation will briefly provide guidance on tailoring social network inventories and then focus on developing and implementing RCT of network interventions and measuring outcomes and controlling for contamination.
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