Emmah Owidi works as a social scientist in the behavioral science department at KEMRI Centre for Clinical Research (CCR)- Partners in Health and research development (PHRD) research site at Thika, Kenya. She has a Bachelor of Education (Science) degree and is pursuing her graduate studies focusing on sustainable development. Emmah specializes in conducting social and behavioral research in clinical and implementation science studies using qualitative methods. She is currently involved in research studies related to enhancing PrEP delivery through a differentiated care model in public HIV clinics, an online PrEP delivery model, integrated HIV and mental health services for adolescent girls and young women, and impacts of COVID-19 on PrEP service delivery. She also has rich experience in implementing research for development studies, with a focus on building capacity of early career researchers and communities participating in research projects. Her current work at PHRD contributes to understanding individual experiences, attitudes and preferences concerning HIV services and interventions, and facilitators and barriers to HIV service access and utilization, to inform HIV service delivery strategies in Kenya and similar contexts.
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