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ICHAD faculty affiliate and ICHAD and SMART Africa co-director publish a paper in PLoS One

Congratulations to ICHAD Faculty Affiliate Larissa Jennings Mayo-Wilson and ICHAD and SMART Africa Co-Director, Fred Ssewamala on their paper published in PLoS One “Lessons learned from using respondent-driven sampling (RDS) to assess sexual risk behaviors among Kenyan young adults living in urban slum settlements: A process evaluation.” This paper highlights Respondent-driven sampling as an important tool in reaching a diverse sample of underserved and at-risk young adults for study participation. More information about this paper can be found here.