Allison Pack is an adjunct instructor for the Department of Health Behavior, from which she received her PhD. For more than a decade, Dr. Pack has conducted global health research in the areas of HIV, sexual and reproductive health, and adolescent health. Most recently, Dr. Pack's research interests have focused on assessing the acceptability of new clinical products for the prevention and treatment of HIV.
HBEH 772: Planning, Implementing and Evaluating Health Behavior Interventions
Patient and Clinician Perspectives on Optimizing Graphical Displays of Longitudinal Medication Adherence Data. Allison P. Pack, Carol E Golin, Lauren M Hill, Jessica Carda-Auten, Deshira D Wallace, Sruthi Cherkur, Claire E Farel, Elias P Rosen, Monica Gandhi, Heather M Asher Prince, Angela DM Kashuba (2019). Patient Education and Counseling.
Using Real-Time Adherence Feedback to Enhance Communication About Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy: Patient and Clinician Perspectives. Hill LM, Golin CE, Pack A, Carda-Auten J, Wallace DD, Cherkur S, Farel CE, Rosen EP, Gandhi M, Prince HM, Kashuba ADM (2019). J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care.
Stakeholder acceptability of adolescent participation in clinical trials for biomedical HIV prevention products: considerations from Tanzania and India. Allison P. Pack, Jayagowri Sastry, Elizabeth E. Tolley, Sylvia Kaaya, Jennifer Headley, Anna Kaale & Joy Noel Baumgartner (2018). AIDS Care.
Ensuring Health Care Providers Have Comprehensive Communication Tools for Future Microbicide Introduction in Kenya. Allison P. Pack, Alesha Majors, Alice Olawo, Elizabeth E. Tolley, Caroline Mackenzie, Elizabeth Ryan, Emily Bockh, George Githuka (2017). Pedagogy in Health Promotion.
“It Makes You Feel Like Someone Cares” acceptability of a financial incentive intervention for HIV viral suppression in the HPTN 065 (TLC-Plus) study. Elizabeth Greene, Allison P. Pack, Stanton J, Shelus V, Tolley EE, Taylor J, et al. (2017). PLoS ONE, 12(2), e0170686.