Theresa Hoke, PhD, MPHDirector, Health Services Research
Areas of expertise
- Family planning
- HIV prevention
- Implementation science
- Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV
Projects & Resources
The OPTIONS Consortium represents an international, multidisciplinary partnership of global, regional and country experts across the antiretroviral-based HIV prevention research-to-rollout continuum. The consortium’s goal is to provide targeted support to expedite and sustain access to ARV-based HIV prevention products in countries and among populations where most needed.
Many women in the extended postpartum period — the year following a birth — want to delay or avoid future pregnancies but are not using a modern contraceptive method.
This fact sheet presents an overview of the OPTIONS Consortium, which provides targeted support to help expedite and sustain access to new antiretroviral-based HIV prevention products in countries and among populations where most needed.
August 2014 — FHI 360 designed this tool to help managers in public health facilities evaluate the extent to which a facility has the material, technical and human resources necessary to provide microbicides.
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Integrating family planning promotion into the work of environmental volunteers: A population, health and environment initiative in Kenya
Hoke TH, Mackenzie C, Vance G, Boyer B, Canoutas E, Bratt J, Mbulo A, Waceke N.
Int Perspect Sex Reprod Health 2015 Mar; 41 (1): 43-50. [Journal Impact Factor: 1.938]
The study demonstrated that environmental volunteers in Kenya could feasibly incorporate family planning promotion into their work. Study results contribute to the sparse body of evidence illustrating how the integration of family planning into environmental conservation programs holds promise for increasing family planning use in poor, rural communities. This model of integrated service delivery is recommended for comparable environmental initiatives.