AIDSImpact 13th International Conference

AIDSImpact is an international behavioral and psychosocial science conference that addresses issues related to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care, focusing both globally and on specific communities and countries hardest hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

13-15 November 2017

Cape Town
South Africa

www.aidsimpact.com/

Population Council Speakers

Monday, 13 November

Oral Session    |   1:30–3:30 pm | Room 8

Julie Pulerwitz Program Director, HIV and AIDS

"Are emergency contraceptive pills a fallback option within inconsistent condom using female sex workers to prevent pregnancy? Evidence from a large-scale survey in India" (abstract

Session—Sex Work: Risks Vulnerability and HIV

Tuesday, 14 November

Oral Session    |   4:00–6:00 pm | Room 1A

Louis Apicella Senior Research Manager/Associate

"Providers' biases towards adolescent girls and young women sexuality may influence their PrEP prescribing behaviors: Findings from a survey in Tanzania" (abstract)

Session—PREP in Reality

Wednesday, 15 November

Oral Poster Discussion    |   12:30–1:30 pm | Room 11

Ann Gottert Associate I

"Hearing from the men: Diversity and dynamics of Ugandan men’s relationships with adolescent girls and young women in the context of DREAMS" (abstract)

Session—Gender: A Divided Epidemic?

Poster

Julie Pulerwitz Program Director, HIV and AIDS

"Unpacking the influence of gender on HIV testing and treatment uptake: Evidence from Mpumalanga, South Africa" (abstract)