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17th ICASA: International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa 
Cape Town, SA: Dec 7 – Dec 11, 2013

Oral Presentations

  • 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.

Poster Presentations

  • 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.

► 7th IAS Conference on HIV Pathogenesis, Treatment and Prevention. Kuala Lumpur: June 30 – July 3, 2013.

Oral Presentations

  • 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.

Poster Presentations

  • 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.

► 2012 International AIDS Society Conference. Washington, DC: July 2012 

Oral Presentations

  • 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.

Poster Presentations

  • 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.

Symposium on Health Systems Research 2010, Montreaux, Switzerland, November 2010.

Poster Presentation

  • Bertrand J, Rech D. Monitoring the Scale-up of Adult Male Circumcision Services for HIV/AIDS Prevention in Eastern and Southern Africa.