Pearl Ante-Testard, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Proctor Foundation
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    Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers , FrancePhD in Epidemiology03/2022Epidemiology
    École des Hautes Études en Santé Publique, FranceInternational Master in Public Health07/2018Public Health with concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health, and Biostatistics
    Makati Medical Center College, PhilippinesBachelor of Science in Nursing04/2011Nursing

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    A multi-country analysis of the drivers of inequalities in HIV testing based on population-based surveys in sub-Saharan Africa
    INSERM-ANRS (France Recherche Nord and Sud Sida-HIV Hépatites) ANRS-12377 B104Mar 1, 2019 - Mar 1, 2022
    Role: PhD student
    Description: The main goal of this doctoral study is to better understand the inequalities in HIV testing and to compare them across various sub-Saharan African countries. We hope that the findings will help policy makers create better HIV testing programs that do not perpertuate nor worsen inequalities.

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    1. Understanding the pathways leading to socioeconomic inequalities in HIV testing uptake in 18 sub-Saharan African countries: a mediation analysis. AIDS. 2022 Jul 11. Ante-Testard PA, Hamidouche M, Apouey B, Baggaley R, Larmarange J, Benmarhnia T, Temime L, Jean K. PMID: 35848589.
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    2. Monitoring socioeconomic inequalities across HIV knowledge, attitudes, behaviours and prevention in 18 sub-Saharan African countries. AIDS. 2022 May 01; 36(6):871-879. Hamidouche M, Ante-Testard PA, Baggaley R, Temime L, Jean K. PMID: 35190511.
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    3. Monitoring sick leave data for early detection of influenza outbreaks. BMC Infect Dis. 2021 Jan 11; 21(1):52. Duchemin T, Bastard J, Ante-Testard PA, Assab R, Daouda OS, Duval A, Garsi JP, Lounissi R, Nekkab N, Neynaud H, Smith DRM, Dab W, Jean K, Temime L, Hocine MN. PMID: 33430793; PMCID: PMC7799403.
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    4. Planetary health: young academics ask universities to act. Lancet Planet Health. 2020 07; 4(7):e257-e258. Wabnitz KJ, Guzman V, Haldane V, Ante-Testard PA, Shan Y, Blom IM. PMID: 32681890; PMCID: PMC7363431.
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    5. Temporal trends in socioeconomic inequalities in HIV testing: an analysis of cross-sectional surveys from 16 sub-Saharan African countries. Lancet Glob Health. 2020 06; 8(6):e808-e818. Ante-Testard PA, Benmarhnia T, Bekelynck A, Baggaley R, Ouattara E, Temime L, Jean K. PMID: 32446346.
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