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Ian Aronson
Ian Aronson, PhD
NYU School of Global Public Health - Associate Research Scientist
Education
PhD, Educational Communication and Technology, New York University
MA, Documentary Film and Video, Stanford University
BA, English, State University of New York at Buffalo
Research Interests
Technology-based interventions, Learning, Behavior, Video, Clinical interventions, Mobile
Projects
Principal Investigator, Community Developed Technology-Based Messaging to Increase SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Among People Who Inject Drugs. Active
Principal Investigator, Increasing HIV Testing and Re-testing among Emerging Adult ED Patients via Mobile Technology. Completed
Principal Investigator, Increasing HIV Testing in Urban Emergency Departments Via Mobile Technology. Completed
Principal Investigator, Integrating Qualitative Methods to Inform Future Designs and Create a Replicable Mixed-Methods Model of Evaluating Technology-Based Health Interventions. Completed
Principal Investigator, Mobile Augmented Screening Tool to Increase Adolescent HIV Testing and Linkage to Care. Completed
Principal Investigator, Mobile Augmented Screening Tool to Increase Adolescent HIV Testing and Linkage to Care – Phase 2. Completed
Principal Investigator, Mobile Intervention Kit to Increase HIV/HCV Testing and Overdose Prevention Training. Completed
Principal Investigator, Mobile Intervention Kit to Increase HIV/HCV Testing and Overdose Prevention Training, Pre-Phase II Pilot. Completed
Principal Investigator, Optimizing Computer-Based Video to Increase HIV Testing in Emergency Departments. Completed
Principal Investigator, Technology to Increase Naloxone Uptake Among Opioid Users Who Initially Decline. Completed
Publications

Recent

Aronson ID, Zhang JR, Rajan S, Bugaighis M, Marsch LA, Ibitoye M, Chernick LS, Des Jarlais DC (2021).
Mobile augmented screening to increase HIV testing among emergency department patients as young as 13 years
Cureus, 13 (6), e15829. doi: 10.7759/cureus.15829. PMCID: PMC8301293.

Ibitoye M, Lappen H, Freeman R, Jordan AE, Aronson ID (2021).
Technology-based interventions to increase point-of-care HIV testing and linkage to care among youth in the US: A systematic review
AIDS and Behavior, 25 (6), 1829-1838. doi: 10.1007/s10461-020-03112-9. PMCID: PMC7684145.

Aronson ID, Zhang JR, Rajan S (2021).
The importance of content and choice in a technology-based intervention to increase HIV testing
International Journal of Health Promotion and Education [Epub 2021 Apr 23]. doi: 10.1080/14635240.2021.1918568.

Des Jarlais DC, Arasteh K, Barnes DM, Feelemyer J, Berg H, Raag M, Talu A, Org G, Tross S, Uuskula A (2021).
A multistage process model of how a person who currently injects drugs comes to assist persons who do not inject with their first injections
Frontiers in Sociology, 6, 619560. doi: 10.3389/fsoc.2021.619560. PMCID: PMC8022482.

Bennett AS, Freeman R, Des Jarlais DC, Aronson ID (2020).
Reasons people who use opioids do not accept or carry no-cost naloxone: Qualitative interview study
JMIR Formative Research, 4 (12), e22411. doi: 10.2196/22411. PMCID: PMC7787889.