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INVITED SPEAKER AT EXPERT MEETINGS (since 2009)

Johnston LG. Sampling Young key populations at risk for HIV exposure using Respondent Driven Sampling.  Presented at the Skills building workshop at the International Conference for HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific. Bangkok. November 2013.

Johnston LG, Giles K, Salganik M. Identifying and responding to bottlenecks in Respondent Driven Sampling. Presented at the 3rd Regional Asia Surveillance Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia. June 2012.

Johnston LG. Incorporating the Service Multiplier Method in Respondent Driven Sampling Surveys to Estimate the Size of Hidden and Hard-to-Reach Populations. Presented at the 3rd Regional Asia Surveillance Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia. June 2012.

Johnston LG, Fellows I. Introduction to RDS Analyst (RDS-A). Presented at the 3rd Regional Asia Surveillance Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia. June 2012.

Johnston LG. Using Respondent Driven Sampling to Sample Migrant Populations. Presented at the 3rd Regional Asia Surveillance Workshop, Siem Reap, Cambodia. June 2012.

Johnston LG. Formative Research to determine quantitative sampling methodologies: The feasibility of using respondent driven sampling among mobile populations in the Dominican Republic. NORFACE Expert Meeting on Design, Implementation, and Sociological Analysis: An Exploration of Respondent Driven Sampling. London, United Kingdom.  June 2011.

Johnston LG. Population Size Estimation using Respondent Driven Sampling: Multiplier Method Using Service Data. UN/WHO Expert meeting on Surveillance in the MENA region. Cairo, Egypt. May 2011.

Johnston LG. Computer assisted sampling methods.  Survey Expert Consultation Meeting on “Survey on experiences of discrimination and victimisation of LGBT People”.  Vienna, Austria. January 2011.

Johnston LG. Formative Research for Respondent Driven Sampling. Symposium to Discuss Newly Emerging Methods to Determine the Representativeness of Samples. Interdisciplinary Research Methods Core at the Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS at Yale University.  April 2010.

Johnston LG, Giles K. Respondent Behavior in Respondent Driven Sampling using data collected from the Dominican Republic, 2008. Presented at the CDC, Respondent Driven Sampling Practical Implementation Workshop for the Dominican Republic and Latin AmericaOctober 2009.

Matute I, Johnston LG. Dificultades observadas en el estudio chileno para generar el cruce del reclutamiento.Presented at the Respondent Driven Sampling Practical Implementation Workshop for the Dominican Republic and Latin America. October 2009.

Johnston LG, Salganik M. Personal network size and respondent-driven sampling: Evidence from 12 studies in the Dominican Republic. Presented at the 2nd Global HIV/AIDS Surveillance Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand. March 2009.

Johnston LG. RDS methodological challenges. Presented at the 2nd Global HIV/AIDS Surveillance Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand. March 2009.

Johnston LG. Formative research in advance of conducting biological-behavioral surveillance using RDS methods: Thailand case study. Presented at the 2nd Global HIV/AIDS Surveillance Meeting, Bangkok, Thailand. March 2009.