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preferred title Research Faculty PhD
research overview Dr. Hurley is a public health researcher with expertise in the social and behavioral sciences. Her research centers on interpersonal influence in health behavior interventions, specifically, determining how patient-provider communications and social networks can improve patient outcomes. She has applied these core interests to diverse health topics including maternal and child health, sexual and reproductive health, HIV care and treatment, chronic disease prevention, and antibiotic stewardship. Dr. Hurley is especially committed to research that informs interventions for underserved populations in the U.S. and in sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to her own research, she leads the Population Health Formative Research Team, which provides formative, mixed-methods, and qualitative research support to various projects at Children’s Mercy Hospital.

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Academic Article Protocol for a randomised trial of higher versus lower intensity patient-provider communication interventions to reduce antibiotic misuse in two paediatric ambulatory clinics in the USA.
Academic Article The Role of Patient-Provider Communication in Engagement and Re-engagement in HIV Treatment in Bamako, Mali: A Qualitative Study.
Academic Article eHealth Interventions for Early Infant Diagnosis: Mothers' Satisfaction with the HIV Infant Tracking System in Kenya.
Academic Article Rates and Predictors of HIV-Exposed Infants Lost to Follow-Up During Early Infant Diagnosis Services in Kenya.
Academic Article "They Merely Prescribe and I Merely Swallow": Perceptions of Antenatal Pharmaceuticals and Nutritional Supplements Among Pregnant Women in Bamako, Mali.
Academic Article Barriers to maternal retention in HIV care in Ghana: key differences during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Grant Patient-provider communication and patient engagement in HIV programs in Mali
Academic Article Designing an Adaptive Adolescent Physical Activity and Nutrition Intervention for COVID-19-Related Health Challenges: Formative Research Study.
Academic Article Audience Response to COVID Monologues: Research-Based Theater on the Societal Impact of COVID-19.
Academic Article Developing a community-led rare disease ELSI research agenda.

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