Behavioral economics and preferences
Many interventions to improve public health require behavior change, whether from patients, providers, or others. Similarly, interventions that address patient and/or provider preferences for the delivery of care have a better chance of succeeding. We are using the tools of behavioral economics to understand preferences and change behaviors related to HIV and other public health concerns.
- CHoiCE: Preferences of high school students for HIV and contraceptive services
- Indlela: Behavioural insights for better health
- INTUIT-SA: Integrating U=U into HIV counseling in South Africa
Other Publications and Documents
Govender K, Girdwood S, Letswalo D, Long L, Meyer-Rath G, Miot J. Primary healthcare seeking behaviour of low-income patients across the public and private health sectors in South Africa. BMC Public Health 2021; 21:1649.