SESH

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SESH (Social Entrepreneurship to Spur Health; Chinese: 赛思项目) Southern Medical University Dermatology Hospital and the University of North Carolina Project-China that uses crowdsourcing to improve health.[1][2] In China, the team lead the “Sex + Health” image crowdsourcing contest,[3][4] a condom contest,[5][6] crowdsourcing for patterns for HIV testing and referrals,[7] and the "HepTestContest,” a global hepatitis testing contest.[8] Together with the World Health Organization, SESH helped develop the HepTestContest. The purpose was to identify and evaluate Hepatitis B/C testing projects throughout the world.[9] They also organized the "Healthy Cities Contest"[10] and helped to advise on "2BeatHIV."[11]

Research[edit]

Crowdsourcing & Social Entrepreneurship[edit]

  • Crowdsourcing HIV Test Promotion Videos: A Non-Inferiority Randomized Controlled Trial in China.《众包HIV检测视频:一项中国的非劣效性随机分配对照试验》[12]
  • Crowdsourcing health communication about condom use in men who have sex with men in China: a randomised controlled trial.《众包关于中国男男性行为中保险套使用的健康交流:*一项随机对照实验》[13]
  • Organizational characteristics of HIV/syphilis testing services for men who have sex with men in South China: a social entrepreneurship analysis and implications for creating sustainable service models.《为中国南方男男性行为者提供的HIV/梅毒检测服务中的组织特性:对监理可持续服务模式的社会企业与影响分析》[14]
  • Creative Contributory Contests to Spur Innovation in Sexual Health: 2 Cases and a Guide for Implementation.《用创意征集比赛来促进性健康创新:2个个案及执行指引》[15]
  • Innovation contests to promote sexual health in china: a qualitative evaluation.《为中国推广性健康的创新型比赛:一个定性评估》[16]
  • Acceptability and feasibility of a social entrepreneurship testing model to promote HIV self-testing and linkage to care among men who have sex with men.《社会企业模型对促进MSM群体HIV自我检测及级联关怀的可接受性及可行性评估》 [17]

Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSM)[edit]

  • A Mixed-Methods Study on the Acceptability of Using eHealth for HIV Prevention and Sexual Health Care Among Men Who Have Sex With Men in China.《对中国男男性行为者HIV预防和性健康护理的电子健康使用接受性的混合方法研究》[18]
  • Gay Apps for Seeking Sex Partners in China: Implications for MSM Sexual Health《中国的同志寻性手机应用:对MSM性健康的影响》[19]
  • Intimate Partner Violence and Correlates with Risk Behaviors and HIV/STI Diagnoses Among Men Who Have Sex With Men and Men Who Have Sex with Men and Women in China: A Hidden Epidemic.《对中国男男性行为者和双性性行为这亲密伴侣暴力与高危行为和HIV/STI诊断的相关分析:隐藏的瘟疫》[20]

HIV Detection[edit]

  • HIV self-testing among key populations: an implementation science approach to evaluating self-testing.《关键人群中的HIV自我检测:评估自我检测的科学执行方法》[21]
  • HIV and syphilis testing preferences among men who have sex with men in South China: a qualitative analysis to inform sexual health services.《中国南方男男性行为者的HIV和梅毒检测偏好:对性健康服务的定性分析》[22]
  • Strategies for promoting HIV testing uptake: willingness to receive couple-based and collective HIV testing among a cross-sectional online sample of men who have sex with men in China.《推广HIV检测策略:中国男男性行为者在线横截面样本中的接受以伴侣为基和集体HIV检测意愿》[23]
  • HIV self-testing among online MSM in China: implications for expanding HIV testing among key populations.《中国网络MSM人群的HIV自我检测:在关键人群中扩展HIV检测的影响》[24]
  • Sexual Behaviors and HIV/Syphilis Testing Among Transgender Individuals in China: Implications for Expanding HIV Testing Services.《中国变性人的性行为与HIV/梅毒检测:扩展HIV检测服务的影响》[25]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chater, R. & van Niekerk, L. (2016). Social Entrepreneurship for Sexual Health (SESH), China. Social Innovation in Health Initiative Case Collection. [Online] WHO, Geneva: Social Innovation in Health Initiative, Available at: http://socialinnovationinhealth.org/downloads/Case_Studies/SESH_SIHI_Case_Collection.pdf.
  2. ^ "WHO Names UNC Project-China in Top 25 List of Global Health Innovators". www.med.unc.edu. UNC School of Medicine. Retrieved 3 July 2017.
  3. ^ Zhang, Ye; et al. (November 2015). "Creative Contributory Contests to Spur Innovation in Sexual Health: 2 Cases and a Guide for Implementation". Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42 (11): 625–628. doi:10.1097/olq.0000000000000349. PMC 4610177. PMID 26462186.
  4. ^ Zhang, Wei; et al. (14 January 2017). "Innovation contests to promote sexual health in china: a qualitative evaluation". BMC Public Health. 17 (78). Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  5. ^ Liu C, Mao J, Wong T, et al Comparing the effectiveness of a crowdsourced video and a social marketing video in promoting condom use among Chinese men who have sex with men: a study protocol BMJ Open 2016;6:e010755. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010755
  6. ^ Tang, Weiming; et al. (October 2016). "Crowdsourcing health communication about condom use in men who have sex with men in China: a randomised controlled trial". The Lancet. 388: S73. doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(16)32000-1. Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  7. ^ Tang, Weiming; et al. (2016). ""(1 Jun 2016). "Crowdsourcing HIV Test Promotion Videos: A Noninferiority Randomized Controlled Trial in China". Clinical Infectious Diseases. 62 (11): 1436–1442. doi:10.1093/cid/ciw171. PMC 4872295. PMID 27129465.
  8. ^ "HepTest Contest - World Hepatitis Alliance" (PDF). Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  9. ^ WHO guidelines on hepatitis B and C testing. Geneva: World Health Organization; 2017. Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IG http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/254621/1/9789241549981-eng.pdf?ua=1
  10. ^ "Congratulations to the "Healthy Citie Better Future" Contest Finalists!". SESH Global. Retrieved 13 July 2017.
  11. ^ "Oral abstracts of the 21st International AIDS Conference 18–22 July 2016, Durban, South Africa". Journal of the International AIDS Society. 19 (6 Suppl 5): 21264. 2016. doi:10.7448/IAS.19.6.21264. PMC 4960637. PMID 27460772.
  12. ^ Tang, Weiming; et al. (2016). "Crowdsourcing HIV Test Promotion Videos: A Noninferiority Randomized Controlled Trial in China". Clinical Infectious Diseases. 62 (11): 1436–1442. doi:10.1093/cid/ciw171. PMC 4872295. PMID 27129465.
  13. ^ Tang, Weiming; et al. (October 2016). "Crowdsourcing health communication about condom use in men who have sex with men in China: a randomised controlled trial". The Lancet. 388. Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  14. ^ Tucker, Joseph D; et al. (25 Nov 2014). "Organizational characteristics of HIV/syphilis testing services for men who have sex with men in South China: a social entrepreneurship analysis and implications for creating sustainable service models". BMC Infectious Diseases. 14 (601). doi:10.1186/s12879-014-0601-5. PMC 4247875. PMID 25422065.
  15. ^ Zhang, Ye; et al. (Nov 2015). "Creative Contributory Contests to Spur Innovation in Sexual Health: 2 Cases and a Guide for Implementation". Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42 (11): 625–628. doi:10.1097/olq.0000000000000349. PMC 4610177. PMID 26462186.
  16. ^ Zhang, Wei (2017). "Innovation contests to promote sexual health in china: a qualitative evaluation". BMC Public Health. 17 (78). doi:10.1186/s12889-016-4006-9. PMC 5237489. PMID 28088211.
  17. ^ Zhong, F; et al. (May 2017). "Acceptability and feasibility of a social entrepreneurship testing model to promote HIV self-testing and linkage to care among men who have sex with men". HIV Medicine. 18 (5): 376–382. doi:10.1111/hiv.12437. PMC 5340630. PMID 27601301.
  18. ^ Muessig, KE; et al. (21 Apr 2015). "A mixed-methods study on the acceptability of using eHealth for HIV prevention and sexual health care among men who have sex with men in China". Journal of Medical Internet Research. 17 (4): e100. doi:10.2196/jmir.3370. PMC 4420841. PMID 25900881.
  19. ^ Bien, CH; et al. (Jun 2015). "Gay Apps for Seeking Sex Partners in China: Implications for MSM Sexual Health". AIDS and Behavior. 19 (6): 941–946. doi:10.1007/s10461-014-0994-6. PMC 4475493. PMID 25572834.
  20. ^ Davis, A; et al. (July 2015). "Intimate Partner Violence and Correlates With Risk Behaviors and HIV/STI Diagnoses Among Men Who Have Sex With Men and Men Who Have Sex With Men and Women in China: A Hidden Epidemic". Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42 (7): 387–392. doi:10.1097/olq.0000000000000302. PMC 4520252. PMID 26222752.
  21. ^ Tucker, JD; et al. (Jan 2015). "HIV self-testing among key populations: an implementation science approach to evaluating self-testing". Journal of Virus Eradication. 1 (1): 38–42. PMC 4439005. PMID 26005717.
  22. ^ Bien, Cedric H; et al. (13 April 2015). "HIV and syphilis testing preferences among men who have sex with men in South China: a qualitative analysis to inform sexual health services". PLOS ONE. 10: e0124161. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0124161. PMC 4395264. PMID 25875336. Retrieved 6 July 2017.
  23. ^ Wei, C; et al. (Sep 2014). "Strategies for promoting HIV testing uptake: willingness to receive couple-based and collective HIV testing among a cross-sectional online sample of men who have sex with men in China". Sexually Transmitted Infections. 90 (6): 469–474. doi:10.1136/sextrans-2013-051460. PMC 4151526. PMID 24760266.
  24. ^ Han, L; et al. (1 Oct 2014). "HIV self-testing among online MSM in China: implications for expanding HIV testing among key populations". Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 67 (2): 216–221. doi:10.1097/qai.0000000000000278. PMC 4162828. PMID 24991972.
  25. ^ Best, J; et al. (May 2015). "Sexual Behaviors and HIV/Syphilis Testing Among Transgender Individuals in China: Implications for Expanding HIV Testing Services". Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 42 (5): 281–285. doi:10.1097/olq.0000000000000269. PMC 4396656. PMID 25868142.