Presentations at scientific conferences
- Brown, B., & Baptist, E. Outcomes of a community-based HIV Prevention Pilot Programme for Township Men who have Sex with Men in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Chalera, R. HIV among MSM in Malawi: Elucidating HIV prevalence and correlates of infection to inform HIV prevention.
- Grosso, A. Methods used in the R2P West Africa studies.
- Ketende, S. Data management, analysis and capacity building.
- LeBreton, M. HIV Prevention for men who have sex with men and female sex worker key populations in Cameroon.
- Mabuza, X. “They are human beings, they are Swazi”: intersecting stigmas and the positive health, dignity and prevention needs of HIV-positive MSM in Swaziland.
- Macauley, I. HIV prevalence and factors associated with HIV infection among men who have sex with men in Cameroon.
- Ouédraogo, H.G. Populations clés et VIH au Burkina Faso: prévalence et facteurs explicatifs.
- Papworth, E. The epidemiology of HIV among Key Populations in West and Central Africa.
- Sithole, B. Assessing the burden of HIV and Determinants of Risk among men who have sex with men in Swaziland.
- Grosso, A, et al. Factors Associated With HIV Testing Among Men Who Have Sex With Men And Female Sex Workers In Swaziland.
- Kamla, AT, et al. Perceptions and use of female condoms amongst female sex workers in Yaunde, Cameroon.
- Saylors, K, et al. Determining HIV-related risk factors among female sex workers in Cameroon.
- Saylors, K, et al. Identity, Stigma And Marginalization Among Key Populations In Cameroon.
Baral S, et al. The feasibility of implementing and evaluating combination HIV prevention interventions for high risk populations in stigmatized settings: the case of men who have sex with men in Malawi.
Baral S, et al. Reconceptualizing HIV prevention needs in a generalized epidemic: the case of female sex workers (FSW) in Swaziland.
Fonner V, et al. Social cohesion, social participation, and HIV related risk among female sex workers in Swaziland.
Rech D, et al. Implications of the fast-evolving scale-up of VMMC in South Africa for quality of services.
Kennedy CE, et al. Developing a conditional cash transfer intervention to reduce HIV risk among young women in Iringa, Tanzania: operational research findings.
Tomori C, et al. Barriers and facilitators of retention in HIV care and treatment services in Iringa, Tanzania.
Beckham SW, et al. Multilevel aspects of HIV risk among female sex workers (FSWs): developing a targeted combination HIV prevention program in Iringa, Tanzania.
Beckham J, et al. Community perceptions of the association between alcohol and high HIV prevalence in Iringa, Tanzania.
- Kerrigan D, et al. Emotional Men and Pragmatic Women?: Relationship and gender dynamics between female sex workers and their regular partners in the Dominican Republic.
Oral Poster Presentations
- Bertrand J, et al. Determinants of VMMC Provider Burnout in 4 Sub-Saharan Countries.
- Rech D, et al. Implementation of VMMC Efficiency Elements in Four Sub-Saharan Countries: Service Delivery Methods and Provider Attitudes.
- Fielding-Miller R, et al. "There is hunger in my community": Food security as a cyclically driving force in sex work in Swaziland.
- Adams D, et al. 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 .
- Tedrow V, et al. Measuring social capital among female sex workers in Swaziland: Implications for HIV prevention.
- Fielding-Miller R, et al. "She said, continue with what they said at the clinic, you will be fine": CSW conceptualizations of coping with HIV in Swaziland.
- Donastorg Y, et al. 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.
- Fleming P, et al. Amigos y Amistades: Male friendships and their role in HIV prevention in the Dominican Republic.
- Wirtz A, et al. "We are doing these things in an underground way": Structural barriers to HIV prevention and service utilization among MSM in Malawi.
- Saleem H, et al. Community perspectives and recommendations for communication campaigns on concurrent sexual partnerships and sexual networks in urban and rural settings in Tanzania.
- Likindikoki S, et al. How Tanzanians understand the concepts of sexual networks, concurrent partnerships, and HIV risk: a qualitative study.