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Olivia Burrus is a behavior change researcher passionate about improving health and wellbeing through innovative, theory-driven solutions and human-centered design. In 2011, she received her Master's in Public Health from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Presently, Ms. Burrus is working in RTI International's Center for Communication Science where she conducts research and evaluations of communications materials, social marketing campaigns and behavior change innovations across a variety of subject areas including HIV, informed decision making, patient-provider communication, risk communication, health literacy, financial literacy, and global health.

Five principles for developing digital clinic-based, behavior-change health interventions

 In this post, we describe five principles that guided the development of Positive Health Check, a clinic-based digital health intervention for HIV-positive patients, aimed at making it acceptable and feasible in a clinic setting.