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Behavioral Aspects of and Interventions Related to HIV/AIDS

Improving the Validity of Reported Sexual Behaviors Including Partner Concurrency in South Africa
This study explores characteristics of sexual partner concurrency. It also aims to construct an instrument to measure concurrency and to test the measure's validity and reliability among heterosexual couples in Soweto, South Africa.
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Evaluating the Impact of Mass Media Efforts on Multiple Concurrent Partnerships in Mozambique
The study estimates the reach and impact of a national mass media campaign to reduce concurrent sexual partnerships using two cross-sectional, representative household surveys across four provinces in Mozambique.
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Formative Research on Multiple Concurrent Partnerships in Malawi and Tanzania
The study develops an in-depth understanding of the relational dynamics and social context of concurrent sexual partnerships and their implications for HIV prevention in Tanzania and Malawi.
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Interpretations of HIV Campaign Messages in Tanzania and Botswana
This study examines how men and women understand and are influenced by public health constructs, such as sexual partner concurrency, sexual networks, and acute HIV infection currently being incorporated into mass media campaigns in sub-Saharan Africa.
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