Online Program

Context matters: International issues in HIV prevention

Monday, November 4, 2013: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Session Objectives: Describe different approaches to HIV prevention and care in an international context.

HIV and STI service provision in Syria: A study of contradictions   
David Seal, PhD, Fouad Fouad, MD, Wasim Maziak, Md, PhD, Kenneth Ward, PhD and Eman Ebrahim
Opportunities for technology-based HIV prevention among secondary students in cape town, South Africa   
Michele Ybarra, MPH PhD, Kelvin Mwaba, PhD, Nicolette Roman, PhD, Bronwyn Rooi, BA, Tonya Prescott, BA and Sheana Bull, PhD, MPH
Prevalence of HIV and perceptions of risk among the hijra population in bangalore,India   
Mythili Ramakrishna, BDS, MscPh(Lond), Dayaprasad Kulkarni, MBBS, Msc(UK), Anand Bhat, MD,Msc(Lond), Srilatha Thotappa, BDS, MDS, Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD and Jessica Burke, PhD, MHS
Increasing acceptance of HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment practices through religious leaders and institutions in south Sudan   
Phyllis Joy Mukaire, MA, PhD(s), Pamela Mukaire, MEd, MPH, DrPH, Peter Lado Jaden, BA Pharmacy and Peter Atum Gum, BA Theology
Do demographics alone predict HIV testing behavior among rural malawians?   
Jennifer Kibicho, PhD, Lance S. Weinhardt, PhD, Loren W. Galvao, MD, MPH, Thokozani Mwenyekonde, Katarina Grande, MPH, Patricia E. Stevens, RN, PhD, FAAN and Lucy Mkandawire-Valmu, PhD, RN

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Organized by: HIV/AIDS
Endorsed by: Epidemiology

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

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