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Pitchaya Indravudh

Research Fellow
Health Economics

LSHTM
15-17 Tavistock Place
London
WC1H 9SH
United Kingdom

I am a Research Fellow in Health Economics. My main area of work is in evaluation and economics research in HIV.

Affiliations

Department of Global Health and Development
Faculty of Public Health and Policy

Centres

Centre for Evaluation

Teaching

I tutor and supervise MSc Public Health students.

Research

Since 2015, I have been leading a portfolio of studies on the impact and costs of HIV self-testing as part of LSHTM and the Malawi-Liverpool-Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme. I am currently leading a cluster-randomised trial and economic evaluation of community-led delivery of HIV self-testing in Malawi.

I have spent most of the past decade based in southern Africa, with a focus on evaluation of programmes and policies in global health and development.

Research Area
Complex interventions
Economic evaluation
Social and structural determinants of health
Gender
Impact evaluation
Implementation research
Randomised controlled trials
Discipline
Health economics
Economics
Epidemiology
Statistics
Disease and Health Conditions
HIV/AIDS
Country
Malawi
Region
Sub-Saharan Africa (developing only)

Selected Publications

Who is Reached by HIV Self-Testing? Individual Factors Associated With Self-Testing Within a Community-Based Program in Rural Malawi.
Indravudh PP; Hensen B; Nzawa R; Chilongosi R; Nyirenda R; Johnson CC; Hatzold K; Fielding K; Corbett EL; Neuman M
2020
Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999)
Community-led delivery of HIV self-testing targeting adolescents and men in rural Malawi: a cluster-randomised trial
Indravudh PP; Fielding K; Kumwenda MK; Nzawa R; Chilongosi R; Desmond N; Nyirenda R; Johnson CC; Baggaley R; Hatzold K
2019
JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY
Community-led delivery of HIV self-testing to improve HIV testing, ART initiation and broader social outcomes in rural Malawi: study protocol for a cluster-randomised trial.
Indravudh PP; Fielding K; Kumwenda MK; Nzawa R; Chilongosi R; Desmond N; Nyirenda R; Johnson CC; Baggaley RC; Hatzold K
2019
BMC infectious diseases
Preferences for linkage to HIV care services following a reactive self-test: discrete choice experiments in Malawi and Zambia.
d'Elbée M; Indravudh PP; Mwenge L; Kumwenda MM; Simwinga M; Choko AT; Hensen B; Neuman M; Ong JJ; Sibanda EL
2018
AIDS (London, England)
Increasing knowledge of HIV status and demand for antiretroviral therapy using community-based HIV self-testing in rural communities: a cluster randomised trial in Malawi
Indravudh P; Fielding K; Neuman M; Chilongosi R; Mkandawire P; Nyondo E; Nzawa R; Magombo L; Chalira D; Kumwenda M
2018
JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL AIDS SOCIETY
Scaling up HIV self-testing in sub-Saharan Africa: a review of technology, policy and evidence.
Indravudh PP; Choko AT; Corbett EL
2017
Current opinion in infectious diseases
'I will choose when to test, where I want to test': investigating young people's preferences for HIV self-testing in Malawi and Zimbabwe.
Indravudh PP; Sibanda EL; d'Elbée M; Kumwenda MK; Ringwald B; Maringwa G; Simwinga M; Nyirenda LJ; Johnson CC; Hatzold K
2017
AIDS (London, England)
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