The Howard University MSI HIV/HCV Prevention Program (MSI-H2P)
Kevon Jackman, Dr.Ph., M.P.H., is an Instructor of Adolescent and Young Adult Medicine in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics. He completed doctoral training in Public Health at Morgan State University and postdoctoral fellowship trainings in HIV Epidemiology and Prevention Science and Drug Dependence Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Dr. Jackman is an HIV Epidemiologist and Prevention Scientist who has focused his career as an STI/HIV interventionalist on the design and implementation health information technology (Health IT) tools that empower youth to engage in their sexual and reproductive health. He has designed and implemented mixed-methods studies to understand perceptions of college-aged youth on using portals for receiving STI/HIV test results and for sharing electronic results with partners (R36 HS023057-01).
His early dissertation research is one of the first studies to demonstrate that minoritized youth believe that access to their electronic personal health records improves the occurrence of STI testing communication between partners and the accuracy of screening information shared between partners.