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2012 International AIDS Society Conference

July 22 – 27, 2012
Washington, DC

http://www.aids2012.org/

IAS Presentations by Research Type and Project 

Biomedical Research: Systematic Monitoring of the Male Circumcision Scale-up (SYMMACS) in Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe
Jane Bertrand
Tulane University
Determinants of VMMC Provider Burnout in 4 Sub-Saharan Countries
Dino Rech
CHAPS
Implementation of VMMC Efficiency Elements in Four Sub-Saharan Countries: Service Delivery Methods and Provider Attitudes
Most-at-Risk Populations: Formative Research among Most-at-Risk Populations (MARPS) in Swaziland
Darrin Adams
JHSPH
An iterative approach to respondent driven sampling (RDS) using community-based participatory research (CBPR) among men who have sex with men (MSM) and sex workers (SWs) in Swaziland Abstract
Ginny Tedrow
JHSPH
Measuring social capital among female sex workers in Swaziland: Implications for HIV prevention
Most-at-Risk Populations: Addressing Positive Health, Dignity and Prevention (PHDP) Needs of HIV-Infected MARPS in Swaziland and the Dominican Republic
Becca Fielding-Miller
JHSPH
"There is hunger in my community": Food security as a cyclically driving force in sex work in Swaziland
Abstract
Oral Poster
Becca Fielding-Miller
JHSPH
"She said, continue with what they said at the clinic, you will be fine": CSW conceptualizations of coping with HIV in Swaziland
Most-at-Risk Populations: Understanding HIV-Related Vulnerability among Sex Workers and Their Regular Partners in the Dominican Republic
Deanna Kerrigan
R2P / JHSPH
Emotional Men and Pragmatic Women?: Relationship and gender dynamics between female sex workers and their regular partners in the Dominican Republic
Yeycy Donastorg
IDCP
Formative research to develop a positive health, dignity and prevention strategy among female sex workers living with HIV and their regular male partners in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Paul Fleming
UNC
Amigos y Amistades: Male friendships and their role in HIV prevention in the Dominican Republic 
Abtract
Poster
Most-at-Risk Populations: Evaluating a Pilot Combination HIV Prevention Intervention for Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) in Malawi
Andrea Wirtz
JHSPH
"We are doing these things in an underground way": Structural barriers to HIV prevention and service utilization among MSM in Malawi
Behavioral: Interpretations of HIV Campaign Messages in Tanzania and Botswana
Haneefa Saleem
JHSPH
Community perspectives and recommendations for communication campaigns on concurrent sexual partnerships and sexual networks in urban and rural settings in Tanzania
Samuel Likindikoki
MUHAS
How Tanzanians understand the concepts of sexual networks, concurrent partnerships, and HIV risk: a qualitative study
Modirwa Kekwaletswe
MIMS
The Influence of Culture And Gender on the Interpretation of HIV Prevention Messages on Multiple Concurrent Partnerships in Botswana
Abstract
Poster
Behavioral: Evaluating the Impact of Mass Media Efforts on Multiple Concurrent Partnerships in Mozambique
 
Maria Elena Figueroa
JHU∙CCP
 
Shifting the tide: The effect of HIV prevention communication on consistent condom use among youth in Mozambique
 
Abstract
Poster
Structural and Combination Approaches: Formative Research to Define a Combination HIV Prevention Package in Iringa, Tanzania
Heena Brahmbhatt
R2P / JHSPH
Determinants of high HIV Prevalence among individuals in Iringa, Tanzania: THMIS Survey Data, 2007-2008
Abstract
Poster
Caitlin Kennedy
R2P / JHSPH
Setting the stage for combination HIV prevention: developing a strategic assessment before a cluster-randomized trial in Iringa, Tanzania

Sarah Beckham
R2P / JHSPH

Sex work, motherhood and HIV in Iringa, Tanzania: roles, responsibilities and risks
Small Grants Program: Using Novel Strategies to Access Men Who have Sex with Men (MSM) in South Africa
Ben Brown
DTHF
Community Engagement Programming and HIV Prevention: Perspectives from Men who have sex with Men (MSM) in Cape Town, South Africa