NICOLE IDE received the Master's degree in Public Health from the University of Washington. She is currently a Global Health Researcher. Her work has been focused on non-communicable disease systems research in low resource settings. She recently completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Nepal with a focus on barriers to diabetes management and had previously conducted research on death certification using Verbal Autopsy. Her work has been focused on non-communicable disease systems research in low resource settings.
JTEHM, Articles, Published ArticlesMore Than Just Accuracy: A Novel Method to Incorporate Multiple Test Attributes in Evaluating Diagnostic Tests Including Point of Care Tests
Current frameworks for evaluating diagnostic tests are constrained by a focus on diagnostic accuracy, and assume that all aspects of the testing process and test attributes are discrete and equally important. Determining the balance between the benefits and harms associated... Read more
Posted on 14 JUN 2016