3330.0 Innovative Responses to HIV and Africa

Monday, November 9, 2009: 2:30 PM
This session will describe HIV prevention and treatment methods that have been used in Africa as well as explain intervention methods that have been used for HIV prevention and HIV-related treatment in Africa.
Session Objectives: 1. Describe appropriate HIV prevention methods for individuals from Africa. 2) Discuss appropriate HIV treatment methods for Africans living with HIV. 3) Describe appropriate HIV intervention methods for Africans.
Anthony Sallar, PhD, MPH, MBA

Table 1
Evaluating impact of exposure to mass media campaign in acceptance attitude towards PLWHA in Nigeria
Richard Fakolade, Samson B. Adebayo, PhD, Jennifer Anyanti, MBChB, MPH and Augustine Ankomah, PhD
Table 2
Overview of the first national population-based HIV testing survey in Nigeria
Samson B. Adebayo, PhD, Jennifer Anyanti, MBChB, MPH, Olaronke Ladipo, MBBS, MSc, Bright Ekweremadu, MBA and Ifeanyi Okekearu
Table 3
Connecting remote populations to HIV services: Lay counselors in Zambia
James McMahan, MPH and Namoonga Winnie Hamoonga
Table 4
To cut or not to cut: Willingness to change the Maasai male circumcision procedure
Aaron J. Siegler, MHS, Jessie Mbwambo, MD and Ralph J. DiClemente, PhD
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Building the capacity of nurses in southern African countries to deliver HIV/AIDS services: A comprehensive approach
Amanda J. Liddle, DrPH, Irene Anne Jillson, PhD, R. Kevin Mallinson, PhD, AACRN, FAAN, Michael Relf, PhD, AACRN, FAAN, John Rosselli, MS, CFNP, ACRN and Adele Webb, PhD, AACRN, FAAN

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Organized by: HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by: Black Caucus of Health Workers, Socialist Caucus, Women's Caucus

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)

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