My Voice My Choice is a research project conducted by researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. They are launching a crowdsourcing contest via myvoicemychoicecontest.com to encourage community members to share their creative ideas on how to promote awareness and uptake of PrEP, a medication that can effectively prevent HIV infection if taken daily.
ACCESS is part of a research project called searcHIV: The Social and Ethical Aspects of Research on Curing HIV. We are conducting a research study of community members’ ideas for how HIV clinical researchers can give back to the community.
The purpose of this study is to help researchers improve the experiences of HIV clinical trial participants and tailor trials to community members’ needs and concerns.
Contest submissions will be judged by a panel of HIV researchers and community engagement experts. Winning ideas will be announced in March, 2019!