Jennifer W. Kibicho, PhD
Dr. Kibicho, a health economist, is interested in the health and behavioral economic aspects of antiretroviral prescription drug cost drivers. Her research explores strategies to promote patient antiretroviral adherence with a view to design pharmacist-centered interventions transferable to resource-poor settings. Dr. Kibicho is also interested in the determinants of antiretroviral prescription expenditures and their implication for evidence-based cost containment policies for publicly funded Medicaid and AIDS Drug Assistance Programs.
PhD: Wayne State University
MA: University of Botswana
BA: University of Nairobi
Kibicho, J.W., Pinkerton, S.D., & Galletly, C.L. (under review). Michigan's prescription drug cost containment policies: Implications for the U.S.
Kibicho, J.W., & Owczarzak, J.T. (in preparation). Pharmacists' attempts to address patient barriers to antiretroviral drug adherence.
Kibicho, J.W., & Owczarzak, J.T. (in preparation). Supports and challenges facing pharmacists in their efforts to address patient barriers and promote adherence to antiretroviral medications.
Kibicho, J.W., Pinkerton, S.D., & Lechuga, J.L. (in preparation). Review of the cost-effectiveness of interventions to prevent sexual transmission of HIV in the United States: An update.