Kirstin Mitchell

 


Kirstin Mitchell has been involved in sexual health and HIV/AIDS research, both in the UK and internationally, for the past 13 years. She is currently undertaking an ESRC/MRC funded PhD at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM). Her thesis explores the meaning of sexual function from a patient perspective. The purpose is to develop a conceptual model of sexual function that will lay the foundation for a psychometric measure to be included in the 2010 UK Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles Survey (Natsal 2010). Following her masters at LSHTM in 1995, she joined the school as a research fellow working on adolescent communication about sex, and on Natsal 2000.  She then spent 5 years in Uganda managing a process evaluation of a community based HIV/AIDS prevention trial for the MRC, and designing and co-ordinating HIV/AIDS programmes for an international NGO. She then joined the International HIV/AIDS Alliance as a quantitative research advisor before returning to LSHTM. Her research interests include the measurement of sexual dysfunction, adolescent communication about sex, evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention programmes, and qualitative methodology.
Kirstin Mitchell
Kirstin Mitchell

 

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Taking it Personally: Understanding the Variation in Responses to Sexual DifficultiesSydney 2007

 

 

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