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Opportunity details

Have you been to the dentist in the last 12 months?

Implementing a new service: rapid 1-minute fingerprick test for HIV during a visit to the dentist.

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Full description:

The HIVDental study is seeking three regular dental attenders (attending every 6 -12 months) to discuss the implementation of rapid finger prick testing for HIV in dental settings in areas where there are a high number of people living with a known diagnosis of HIV.

If you agree to take part you will be part of a wider co-production group of researchers, dentists, people living with HIV and other dental patients who are collaboratively designing and analysing the research project.

Date from

27th June 2018

Date to

27th August 2018

Organisation

Department of Dental Public Health, University College London

Doctoral Research Fellow undertaking a PhD in the Department of Dental Public Health at University College London.


Details

Topic:

Primary care

Location:

London

Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

Support is offered by feedback from the researcher and opportunity to debrief after the meetings. Additionally, you will be supported to use Skype if you are unable to attend the meeting in person. The researcher is currently in pursuit of funding for lay person co-facilitation training.

Payment:

£75 per session

Expenses:

Petrol covered or standard class public transport from within Greater London.

Can the work be done from home?

Yes

Suitable for a beginner?

Yes


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