AIDS 2012: Youth and HIV: Risks and Interventions in the 21st Century

AIDS 2012: Youth and HIV: Risks and Interventions in the 21st Century

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Lost in Transition: Prevalence and Correlates of HIV Infection Among Young Men and Women Surviving Abduction and Displacement in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda

  • Sheetal Patel, Canada

Transactional Sex in South African Youth Predicted by Primary Caregiver HIV/AIDS and Extreme Socio-Economic Vulnerability:  Multisite Studies

  • Lucie Cluver, South Africa

The Next Generation:  Perinatally Infected Adolescents and Their Reproductive Health

  • Vicki Tepper, United States

Soap Opera Video Episodes Streamed to Smartphones in a Randomized Controlled Trial to Reduce HIV Sex Risk in Young Urban African American/Black Women

  • Rachel Jones, United States

Education and HIV/AIDS in Western Kenya: Results From a Randomized Trial Assessing the Long-Term Biological and Behavioural Impact of Two School-Based Interventions

  • Vandana Sharma, United States

Event Date

Jul 25, 2012

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