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Monday - 12th
  Martin Fishbein Commemorative Symposium  Plenary  Monday  09:00-15:00 Sweeney North  Dolores Albarracin,
Richard Wolitski 
  1.1  Richard Wolitski, Dolores Albarracin
The work of a lifetime: Symposium in honor of Martin Fishbein
  1.2  Lorraine Sherr
  1.3  James Jaccard
The Theory of Reasoned Action in HIV prevention.
  1.4  Marco Yzer
Theory can make a real difference: Reasoned Action.
  1.5  Joseph Cappella
Using the Theory of Reasoned Action to design message interventions.
  1.6  Linda Wright-De Aguero
  1.7  Susan Middlestadt
  1.8  Danuta Kasprzyk, Daniel Montano
The Guiding Light: TRA to IBM — what works in HIV behavioral prevention
  1.9  Kevin Malotte
Application of the Theory of Reasoned Action in Project RESPECT
  1.10  Kees Rietmeijer
The AIDS Community Demonstration Projects: 1989-1995
  1.11  Danuta Kasprzyk, Daniel Montano
  1.12  Charles Collins
dissemination of evidence-based interventions based on the Theory of Reasoned Action into HIV prevention practice: Community Promise and RESPECT
  1.13  David Holtgrave
A work in progress: developing a model to maximize the impact of behavior change interventions
  1.14  Gerald Gorn
  1.15  Barbara Hedge
  AIDS Impact 2011   Opening  Monday  15:30-16:30 Sweeney North  Lorraine Sherr,
Kees Rietmeijer,
Ana Guell 
  2.1  Kevin Fenton
Advancing a public health approach to sexual health in the United States
  More Than a Virus  Plenary  Monday  16.30-18.00 Sweeney North  Lorraine Sherr,
Kees Rietmeijer,
Jose Catalan 
  3.1  Ashraf Grimwood
Treatment challenges - Psychosocial considerations
  3.2  Simon Rackstraw
Cognitive issues in HIV - An overview
  3.3  Seth M. Noar
Computer technology-based interventions in HIV prevention
  3.4  Moatti Jean Paul
Impact of economical crisis on global AIDS funding - ANRS plenary
Tuesday - 13th
  Plenary - State of the Art   Plenary  Tuesday  09:00-10:30 Sweeney North  Jean Paul Moatti,
Barbara Hedge 
  4.1  Olive Shisana
Sub Saharan Africa - Opportunities and challenges
  4.2  Trevor Hawkins
Treatment challenges and medical update
  4.3  Jane Simoni
Mental health and HIV - Adults
  4.4  Asha Persson
Risk in serodiscordant couples – Culture and context
  4.5  Rosalía Rodriguez-García
Global investment and evaluation of the community response
  Mental Health and wellbeing  Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 Coronado  Tamsen Rochat,
Cheryl Williams,
Vincent Lynch 
  5.1  Isabelle Wallach, Michel Martel, Xuân Ducandas
Love and sex life of people living with HIV 50 years and over: A qualitative research conducted among men and women in Montreal.
  5.2  Breda Ward, Shamela De Silva, Tristan Barber, Jose Catalan, Denise Ratcliffe, Alexander Margetts, 
David Asboe, Anton Pozniak, Marta Boffito
Over 50s Clinic: How to assess for neurocognitive disorders
  5.3  Sarit Golub, Julia Tomassilli, William Kowalczyk, Jeffrey Parsons
Differences in neuropsychological functioning by HIV status and sexual risk profiles
  5.4  Mance Buttram, Steven Kurtz, Minxing Chen
Using geographic information systems to understand HIV testing patterns and sexual risk behavior among substance-using MSM in South Florida
  5.5  Richard Harding, Lorraine Sherr, Fiona Lampe, Claudine Clucas
What predicts health-related quality of life among HIV outpatients with ART access in a high-income country? A multicentre UK study of biomedical and psychosocial factors
  5.6  Bruno Spire, Maria-patrizia Carrieri, Maria Winnock, Daniel Garipuy, Daniel Vittecoq, Marion Mora, 
Marc-arthur Loko, François Dabis, Bruno Spire, Dominique Salmon
Factors associated with the health-related quality of life among HIV-HCV co-infected patients: A longitudinal analysis with correction for the bias induced by missing data
  5.7  Lucie Cluver, Stephan Collishaw, Frances Gardner, Larry Aber
Predictors of resilience amongst AIDS-orphaned children in South Africa: testing Richter, Foster & Sherr’s ecological model with longitudinal data
  5.8  Simon Rackstraw, Emma Wicks, Camilla Hawkins
A preliminary investigation of the use of a ‘basket’ of outcome measures within a rehabilitation service for HIV-positive adults diagnosed with HIV-related neurocognitive impairment
  Media and New Technology - Role in the HIV epidemic  Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 Peralta  Renaud Becquet,
John Jemmott 
  6.1  Yan Guo, Bo Wang, Xiaoming Li, Bonita Stanton, Yan Hong, Chen Zhang, 
Xiaoyi Fang
Online sex-seeking and sexual risk behaviors among men who have sex with men (MSM) in China
  6.2  Harriet Langanke, Sven-axel Mansson, Michal W. Ross
Target group clients: time patterns in the use of Internet forums of sex workers’ clients in Germany
  6.3  Sheana Bull, Michele Ybarra, Tonya Prescott, Ruth Biringi
Beta-testing and field-testing an internet based HIV prevention program for Ugandan youth
  6.4  Emilie Henry, Yves Yomb, Lionel Fugon, Bruno Spire
The use of the internet in male sexual encounters by men who have sex with men in douala, cameroon
  6.5  Michelle Kaufman, Deo Ng'wanansabi, Adiel Mushi, Susan Mlangwa, Benjamin Kamala, Anna McCartney-Melstad, 
Robert Karam
Changing attitudes and behavior towards cross-generational sex through mass media: evaluation of the Fataki campaign in Tanzania
  6.6  Robinson Muigai
Role of ICT in the prevention and mitigation efforts for HIV/ AIDS is generating awareness and providing practical information to people and in capacity building.
  6.7  Sheana Bull, Deb Levine, John Santelli
Just/US: the efficacy of using social media for HIV prevention
  6.8  Ulrich Marcus, Michele Breveglieri, Percy Fernández-Dávila, Laia Ferrer, Cinta Folch, Ford Hickson, 
Harm Hospers, Massimo Mirandola, David Reid, Peter Weatherburn, Axel J Schmidt
The European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS) 2010. A large network approach for harmonising European 2nd generation surveillance and for identifying unmet prevention needs among gay and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in 38 countries.
  Young People  Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 Devargas  Caroline Kuo,
Olivia Dix 
  7.1  April Greek, Danuta Kasprzyk, Daniel Montaño, Sally Nyandiya Bundy, Norest Beta, Stephen Machokoto, 
Tinashe Muromo, Rachel Gatsi
Baseline and follow-up results for adolescents living with HIV+ parents in Zimbabwe and participating in a coping intervention (Project TALC) Phase II comparatice effectiveness trial.
  7.2  Blen Shoakena, Marco Yzer
Knowledge-behavior gap in condom use to prevent HIV infection: A case study of Ethiopian urban youth
  7.3  Poul Rohleder, Leslie Swartz, Arne Henning Eide, Margie Schneider
Providing HIV prevention education for youth with disabilities in South Africa
  7.4  Larry Brown, Laura Whiteley, Nicole Nugent, Celia Lescano, Larry Brown
An efficacious HIV prevention program for adolescents in alternative schools
  7.5  Constance Nyamukapa, Laura Robertson, Phyllis Mushati, Lorraine Sherr, J.c. Makoni, Tom Crea, 
Gideon Mavise, Christina Schumacher, Jeffrey Eaton, Lovemore Dumba, Simon Gregson
Cash transfer targeting strategies in Zimbabwe: Are we reaching all vulnerable children?
  7.6  Frederick Orkin, Lucie Cluver
The impact of parental AIDS-sickness on South African adolescents’ educational participation
  7.7  Nakia Lee-Foon, Clemon George, Jacqueline Gahagan, Michelle Poirier
Exploring Black-Canadian parent youth sexual health communication
  7.8  Lorraine Sherr, Yan Guo, Xiaoming Li
HIV/AIDS and schooling: A critical review of global literature and recommendations for future research
  Biomedical Prevention  Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 Sweeney North  Poul Rohleder,
Trevor Hawkins 
  8.1  Leickness Simbayi, Karl Peltzer, Mercy Banyini, Queen Kekana
HIV risk reduction intervention among medically circumcised young men in South Africa: a randomized control trial
  8.2  Eileen Stillwaggon, Larry Sawers
Rush to judgment: Evidence from STI-HIV trials is not conclusive
  8.3  Nicolas Lorente, Chantal Vernay-Vaisse, Marion Mora, Jérôme Blanche, Lionel Fugon, Marie Suzan-Monti, 
Philippe Dhotte, Jean-marie Legall, Patrick Rovera, Patrizia Carrieri, Bruno Spire
Empowering HIV testing as a prevention tool: targeting interventions for high risk men who have sex with men
  8.4  Katie Schenk, Barbara Friedland, Louis Apicella, Meredith Sheehy, Kelvin Munjile, Paul Hewett
On the cutting edge: research to improve the informed consent process for adolescents in Zambia undergoing male circumcision for HIV prevention
  8.5  François Berdougo, Hugues Fischer, Emmanuel Cook, Sandrine Fournier, Vincent Douris, Stephen Karon, 
Emilie Henry, Hervé Baudoin, Antonio Alexandre, Yann Mazens
Community consultation about an ANRS intermittent PrEP trial for MSM in France- methods, process and results.
  8.6  Elena Vvedenskaya, Grigory Moshkovich, Larisa Bykova, Stella Minaeva
Prevention of vertical HIV transmission is a core component of HIV prevention in children: the Rizhny Novgorod experience
  8.7  Alia Al-Tayyib, Mark Thrun
Knowledge of and attitudes towards pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV prevention among men who have sex with men in Denver, Colorado
  8.8  Leickness Simbayi, Karl Peltzer, Dorina Onoya
Prevalence and acceptability of male circumcision in South Africa
  Migration and Homeless considerations  Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 Lamy  Emmanuel Trenado,
William Zule 
  9.1  Alexander Tsai, Ichiro Kawachi, David Bangsberg
Social ties and HIV disease progression among the homeless and marginally housed
  9.2  Esther Kip, Peter Kip
Migration: A determinant of HIV/AIDS, TB and other diseases among the Gaborone poor urban residents in Botswana
  9.3  Pauline Oosterhoff, Joanna White, Huong Thi Nguyen
Effects of modernisation programmes on HIV vulnerability of Black Thai communities in Vietnam
  9.4  Susie Hoffman, Yusuf Ransome, Jessica Adams-Skinner, Cheng-shiun Leu
West Indian immigrants in NYC: Disentangling HIV/AIDS surveillance data for comparisons with other Caribbean immigrants and US-born Blacks and Whites
  9.5  Maria Ekstrand, Gopal Krishnan, Davidson Solomon, Ak Srikrishnan, Ck Vasudevan, N Kumarasamy
Male-to-male sex among migrant workers in South India
  9.6  Honoria Guarino, Sarah Moore, Lisa Marsch
Social context and HIV risk in a New York City immigrant community: an exploratory study of opioid-using youth from the former Soviet Union
  9.7  Elhadji MBaye
AIDS and immigration policies in France: issues and controversies
  9.8  Fernanda Trotta Bianchi
Latino day laborers and sex workers in the Washington, DC suburbs
  10  Español. El riesgo social en las poblaciones expuestas   Parallel  Tuesday  11:00-13:00 O'Keeffe  Jonathan Rodriguez,
Ana Guell 
  10.1  Ivan Balan, Alex Carballo-Dieguez, Ruben Marone, Victoria Barreda, Curtis Dolezal, Maria Pando, 
Maria Avila
Identidades de la diversidad sexual, parejas y conductas sexuales de riesgo entre MSM en Buenos Aires
  10.2  Rodrigo Aguayo Romero, Felisa Gonzales, Ana Del Rio, Carlos Betancourt, Marcela Aguilar, Fernanda Bianchi, 
Maria Cecilia Zea, Carol Reisen, Paul Poppen
Riesgos de VIH en personas transgénero de hombre-a-mujer en Bogotá, Colombia
  10.3  Maria Eugenia Fernandez-Esquer, Honora Swain
La influencia del trabajo relacionado con el ambiente social en las prácticas sexuales de latinas que trabajan en Cantinas
  13  Community care  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 Lamy  Sheana Bull,
Jeffrey Grierson 
  13.1  Sebastian Fuller, Graham Hart, John Imrie
Engaging community volunteers as active partners to improve young men’s participation in biomedical research: lessons from the Impilo Yamadoda - Men’s Health Study in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
  13.2  Jane Chege, Joan Mugenzi, Nathan Chitelela, Siyani Zimba
Can communities drive their own agenda to achieve HIV prevention and care outcomes? Lessons from Uganda and Zambia sites
  13.3  Sarah Goldenkranz, David Fine, Carol Tobias, Serena Rajabiun, Paul Colson, Julie Franks, 
Brenda Loscher
Changes in peer work or volunteer status over time among HIV-positive peer advocates serving at-risk populations throughout the United States
  13.4  Alice Gandelman, Margaret Dolcini
The influence of social determinants on evidence-based behavioral interventions– considerations for implementation in community settings
  13.5  Simon Gregson, Mercy Nhamo, Catherine Campbell
Community group membership and stigmatising attitudes towards people living with HIV in eastern Zimbabwe
  13.6  Georges Tiendrebeogo, Anita Hardon, André Soubeiga, Mireille Belem, Pascal L. G. Compaore
Disclosure in the family context: Self-stigmatization (in here) and the care morality (out there)
  13.7  Wamuyu Manyara, Douglas Lackey, Glynis Clacherty, Patricia Martin
Intergenerational issues between older caregivers and children in the context of AIDS
  13.8  Kendra Blackett-Dibinga, Kendra Blackett-Dibinga, Nicole Richardson, Ann Digirolamo
The essential package: fostering positive caregiver-child interaction in the context of HIV and AIDS
  14  Pregnancy Reproduction and Family issues  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 Devargas  John Miller,
Judy Auerbach 
  14.1  Kathy Hageman, Binh Le, Isa J Miles, Melissa Cribbin, Tricia Martin, Elizabeth DiNenno
Couple agreement of HIV-related behaviors, communication, and knowledge: Heterosexual Partner Study, 16 U.S. cities, 2006-2007
  14.2  Caroline Kuo, Lucie Cluver, Marisa Casale, Tyler Lane, Lebo Sello
Family dynamics of substance use and sexual risk among children in HIV-endemic South Africa
  14.3  Tamsen Rochat, Mark Tomlinson, Marie-louise Newell, Alan Stein
Screening for depression during pregnancy among women testing for HIV in rural South Africa
  14.4  Shema Tariq, Jonathan Elford, Mario Cortina-Borja, Pat A Tookey
The impact of ethnicity on presentation to antenatal care among pregnant women living with HIV in the UK and Ireland
  14.5  April Greek, Danuta Kasprzyk, Sally Nyandiya Bundy, Daniel Montano, Tinashe Muromo, Norest Beta, 
Rachel Gatsi, Stephen Machokoto
Baseline and follow-up results in regards to disclosure of HIV status among HIV+ parents living in Zimbabwe after participation in a coping intervention (PIP) Phase II comparative effectiveness trial.
  14.6  Lucie Cluver, Mark Orkin, Frances Gardner, Franziska Meinck, Malega Kganakga
Abuse and familial AIDS predict 15-fold risk of transactional sex amongst girls in South Africa: Prospective longitudinal study
  14.7  Raphael Anzuruni Mbuto
Integration problematic of AIDS orphans in reception families: family peer educators contribution to fight against AIDS orphans stigmatization and discrimination in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
  15  Intervention Management  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 Peralta  Veronica Noseda,
Stuart Gibson 
  15.1  Jeffrey Grierson, Marian Pitts, Rachel Koelmeyer
The impact of patient and doctor concerns on commencing and changing antiretroviral treatment
  15.2  Bruno Spire, M.patrizia Carrieri, Julien Cohen, Dominique Salmon, François Dabis, Maria Winnock
Coffee consumption and side-effects relief during HCV treatment (ANRS CO13 HEPAVIH): a possible research hypothesis
  15.3  Arshi Munawwar, A Lisco, C Vanpouille, J C Grivel, S K Sharma, L B Margolis, 
Sarman Singh
Mycobacterium tuberculosis shedding in semen increases heterosexual transmission rate of HIV-1
  15.4  Diane Cooper, Joanne Mantell, Jennifer Moodley, Karen Jennings, Nomazizi Cishe, Ntobeko Nywagi, 
Zena Stein
Toward improving SRH counselling for people living with HIV: "Pills are not going to build me up if they come into a person who has a heavy heart.”
  15.5  Thol Men
PLHIV takes part of the Continuum of Care (CoC) Framework
  15.6  Rigmor Berg, Michael Ross, Ronny Tikkanen
Effectiveness of Motivational Interviewing on HIV risk behaviors among men who have sex with men: A systematic review of the best available evidence
  15.7  Xiaoming Li, Bo Wang, Bonita Stanton, Lei Zhang, Mohammed Alhamadani
HIV risk among migrant men who have sex with men (MSM) in China: Does it differ by sexual orientation, origin of residence and venue of employment?
  15.8  J Michael Wilkerson, Alex Iantaffi, Jeremy Grey, Br Simon Rosser
The consequence of HIV prevention messages and use of sexually explicit imagery on US men who have sex with men
  16  Finance and Planning in the current era  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 Sweeney North  Gerald Gorn,
Joanne Mantell 
  16.1  Sylvie Boyer, Mohammad Abu-Zaineh, Jerome Blanche, C Bonono, Jean-paul Moatti, Bruno Ventelou
Does HIV-services decentralization protect against the risk of catastrophic health expenditures? Some lessons from Cameroon (EVAL survey, ANRS 12-116)
  16.2  Richard Marlink, Mansour Farahani, Danae Roumis, Elizabeth Jackson, Godfrey Musuka, Themba Moeti, 
Ava Avalos, Elsie Hulela, Tim Chadborn, Khumo Seipone, Richard Marlink
Costing the National Antiretroviral Therapy Program in Botswana
  16.3  Laura Robertson, Phyllis Mushati, Lorraine Sherr, Jc Makoni, Tom Crea, Gideon Mavise, 
Lovemore Dumba, Christina Schumacher, Jeffrey Eaton, Constance Nyamukapa, Simon Gregson
Can we rely on community-participatory methods to target cash transfer programmes to vulnerable households and children in high HIV prevalence and low resource contexts? A case study from Manicaland, Zimbabwe
  16.4  Daogo Jacques Abraham Soubeiga
Empowering & building infected & affected people capacity by self-financing initiatives: A very successful community experience
  16.5  Coriat Benjamin
The WHO “Prequalification” program origins, deployment and impact on ARVs availability in developing countries
  16.6  Carl Kendall, Ligia Kerr, Alexandre Vale
The decline of social proximity to the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in South Africa and Brazil: consequences for an adequate response to the epidemic
  16.7  Hapsatou Toure, Martine Audibert, Patricia Doughty, Virginie Ettiegne Traore, Cedric Limbo, Jules Mugabo, 
Chewe Luo, Francois Dabis
Is elimination of pediatric HIV affordable? An appraisal in three sub-Saharan countries
  16.8  Robert Sturm, Randle Charles
The power of decolonization as a prevention tool
  17  Healthcare  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 Coronado  Susan Cochran,
George Palattiyil 
  17.1  Jayne Griffiths, Tomas Campbell, Hannah Beer, Becki Wilkins
‘Be interested in me, not just my HIV’: a consultation with HIV+ teenagers regarding their views and preferences for transition (London, UK)
  17.2  Marie Suzan-Monti, Marie Suzan-Monti, Marie Préau, Jérôme Blanche, Sandrine Cabut, Patrizia Carrieri, 
France Lert, Yolande Obadia, Bruno Spire
The burden of HIV experience and care among MSM having an HIV-positive seroconcordant steady partner: a possible research hypothesis. Results from the French VESPA ANRS EN-12 study.
  17.3  Vickie Mays, Susan Cochran
Experiences with discrimination in receiving health care: Does HIV infection alone account for greater risk among gay and bisexual men?
  17.4  Jennifer Smit, Cecilia Milford, Mags Beksinska, Zonke Mabude, Claudia Ngoloyi, Melanie Drace, 
Fiona Scorgie, Letitia Rambally, Jacqueline Pienaar
Thinking out of the box: A novel model for delivering integrated HIV and reproductive health services in eThekwini District, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  17.5  Pauline Oosterhoff, Bach Tran Xuan
The effects of successful mobilisation of resources by support groups on the confidence of HIV-positive mothers in Vietnam
  17.6  Sylvie Boyer, Charles Kouanfack, Jerôme Blanche, Marie Suzan, Eric Delaporte, Patrizia Carrieri, 
Jean-paul Moatti, Christian Laurent, Bruno Spire
The impact of task-shifting to nurses on psychosocial outcomes among HIV-infected patients initiating antiretroviral therapy in rural district hospitals in Cameroon (STRATALL, ANRS 12-110/ESTHER)
  17.7  Rose Zulliger, Landon Myer, David Pienaar
Diversity of strategies for preparation of patients initiating highly active antiretroviral treatment in Western Cape, South Africa
  17.8  Gavin George, Jeff Gow, Khaled Ahmed
Can traditional health practitioners address the structural drivers/factors of poor ART uptake and adherence in South Africa?
  18  Español. Prevention Health Promotion and HIV Discussion. Prevencion, Promocion de Salud y VIH .  Parallel  Tuesday  14:00-16:00 O'Keeffe  Vincent Pelletier,
Souhail Malavé,
Karina Warner 
  18.1  Jhonatan Rodríguez
La prevención del VIH en escuelas - Estado de Nueva Esparta, Venezuela
  18.2  Fernando Villaamil Pérez, María Isabel Jociles
Los límites de la prevención positiva: el sexo más seguro en consultas hospitalarias de VIH
  18.3  Rafael Mazin
Experiencia internacional en promocion y atencion de salud sexual
  18.4  Fernanda Trotta Bianchi
Jornaleros latinos y trabajadoras sexuales en los suburbios de Washington, DC
  18.5  Karina Warner
La adherencia al tratamiento antiretroviral y los determinantes sociales de la salud
  19  Substance Use and Risks  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 Lamy  Steve Koester,
Astrid Roggen 
  19.1  William Zule
HIV prevention among injecting drug users: focusing on the needle is missing the point
  19.2  Jeffrey Parsons, Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger, Michael Botsko, Sarit Golub
Drug use, mental health and attitudes towards condoms predict day-level sexual risk in gay and bisexual men
  19.3  Tyrel Starks, Jeffrey Parsons, Sarit Golub
Mind and meth: profiles of neurocognitive functioning and the link between risky sexual behavior and substance use
  19.4  Steven Kurtz, Mance E. Buttram, Ron Stall, Hilary L. Surratt, Minxing Chen
Differences in health and health behaviors between HIV-positive and HIV-negative substance-using MSM
  19.5  Nabinkala Rai
Empower the voice of voiceless to combat HIV epidemic
  19.6  Susan Cochran, Christine Grella, Vickie Mays
Tolerant substance use norms and perceived drug availability: HIV-related differences among gay and bisexual men
  19.7  Bruce Trigg, Mary Murphy, Ashley Tsang
Medication assisted treatment for opiate addicted persons in correctional settings: a long overdue HIV prevention intervention
  20  Biomedical prevention trials between ethical concern and need for evidence: Concurrent expectations.: Sidaction  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 Devargas  Veronica Noseda,
Vincent Douris 
  20.1  Vincent Douris
Issues raised by biomedical research in prevention
  21  The Use of Anti-Retrovirals in HIV Prevention: Biomedical Progress and Behavioral Challenges  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 Peralta  Jeanne Marrazzo,
Kees Rietmeijer 
  21.1  Jeanne Marrazzo
Recent developments in HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): from evidence to implementation
  21.2  Connie Celum
Findings from the partners PrEP study and implications for HIV prevention
  21.3  Susan Allen
A comparison of cost-effectiveness and affordability of couples HIV testing vs ''Test-and-Treat''
  21.4  Hunter Handsfield
Discussion - Moderator
  22  HSRC -The Know your Epidemic Study  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 Coronado  Khangelani Zuma,
Olive Shisana,
Leickness Simbayi 
  22.1  Olive Shisana, Khangelani Zuma, Leikness Simbayi
HSRC Discussion session "The Know Your Epidemic Study"
  23  Behavioral Issues Surrounding Male Circumcision Roll-Out  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 Sweeney North  Daniel Montano,
Danka Kasprzyk 
  23.1  Dirk Taljaard, Bertran Auvert, Dino Rech
The Orange Farm experience: ANRS 12126 and the development of models for optimizing the volume and efficiency of MC services
  23.2  Shannon Hader
Getting to scale: Lessons learned moving from policy to accelerated roll-out in Swaziland
  23.3  Scott Ulrich, Reade Harpham
Development and feasibility: Surgical and non-surgical concepts for delivery of adult male circumcision
  23.4  Daniel Montaño, Danuta Kasprzyk, Dirk Taljaard, Vincent Mutabazi, Shannon Hader
Behavioral issues surrounding male circumcision roll-out
  24  Español. Factores de riesgo y VIH, Consideraciones  Parallel  Tuesday  16:30-18:00 O'Keeffe  Laura Guzman,
Fernando Villaamil Perez 
  24.1  Andre Guerrero
El proceso de revelación progresiva del diagnóstico de VIH en personas menores de edad.
  24.2  Christoph Imhof, Sibylle Nideroest, Daniel Gredig
Estrategias de protección, comportamiento de riesgo y circunstancias de infección desde la perspectiva de personas recientemente infectadas con VIH en Suiza
  24.3  Adela De la Torre, Rosa Gomez-Camacho
Creencias culturales y la identidad gay en México: implicaciones para la prevención del VIH y la Salud
  24.4  Julia Albarracin
La salud y la prevención del VIH entre las mujeres latinas: un enfoque integrado de empoderamiento
  24.5  Jordi Blanch
La migración como factor de riesgo para contraer la infección por el VIH
Wednesday - 14th
  26  Plenary - Future challenges  Plenary  Wednesday  09:00-10:30 Sweeney North  Bruno Spire,
Bridgette Prince 
  26.1  Vincent Pelletier
Doing with people, not for people: global mobilization of sero-concerned individuals
  26.2  Claude Mellins
Promoting resilience in adolescents living with HIV since birth
  26.3  Mona Loutfy
Women For Positive Action - Pregnancy and reproductive issues for people living with HIV
  26.4  Lucie Cluver
Mental health and children in the HIV and AIDS Epidemic
  26.5  Sarah Hawkes
Sexual health in Asia - bridging the evidence to policy gaps
  27  Stigma and victimisation  Parallel  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 Lamy  Leikness Simbayi,
Rai Nabinkala 
  27.1  Beau Miller, Sara Millimet, Pahl Samson, Michael Ross
LIVE consortium’s university anti-stigma campaign: An effective instrument in reducing stigma?
  27.2  Tamsen Rochat, Ntombizodumo Mkwanazi, Ruth Bland
A family-based disclosure intervention for HIV-infected mothers with HIV-uninfected school-aged children in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  27.3  Marie Suzan-Monti, Charles Kouanfack, Sylvie Boyer, Jérôme Blanche, Eric Delaporte, Patrizia M. Carrieri, 
Jean-paul Moatti, Christian Laurent, Bruno Spire
The impact of HIV care on serostatus disclosure to relatives among HIV-infected patients initiating antiretroviral therapy in rural district hospitals in Cameroon (STRATALL, ANRS 12-110/ESTHER).
  27.4  Miriam Groenhof, Christon Zimbizi, Bertha Mukome
Fighting stigma! 5 steps organisations can take to address needs of HIV positive youth in regular programming on SRHR and HIV prevention for youth
  27.5  Dina Sidhva, George Palattiyil
Narratives of loss and uncertainty: HIV positive asylum seekers in Scotland
  27.6  Binta Green
Dating violence perpetration and/or victimization and associated sexual risk behaviors among a sample of African American and Hispanic adolescent females
  27.8  Xiaoming Li, Liying Zhang, Junfeng Zhao, Guoxiang Zhao, Xiaoyi Fang, Xiuyun Lin, 
Bonita Stanton
Parental HIV/AIDS disclosure, stigma, and psychosocial consequences among AIDS orphans in Henan, China
  28  Understanding the Epidemic  Parallel  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 Coronado  Esther Kip,
Diane Cooper 
  28.1  Brian Mustanski, Gayle Byck, Allison Dymnicki, David Henry, John Bolland
Trajectories of multiple risk behaviors in adolescents: A multivariate growth-mixture modeling approach
  28.2  Blair T. Johnson, Lori A. J. Scott-Sheldon, Tania B. Huedo-Medina, Blair T. Johnson, Michelle R. Warren, Michael P. Carey
Efficacy of behavioral interventions to increase condom use and reduce incident sexually transmitted infections: A meta-analytic review of trials, 1985 to 2010
  28.3  Nathalie Beltzer, Sauvage Claire, Sommen Cécile, Leïla Saboni
Twenty years follow-up of HIV knowledge, attitude, beliefs and practices of young adults living in France
  28.4  Sibylle Nideroest, Christoph Imhof, Daniel Gredig
Settings, sexual practices and HIV-protection strategies: Circumstances of HIV-infections today.
  28.5  Elisabete De Carvalho, Mathilde Coudray
HIV and STDs testing practices in France
  28.6  Karl Lemmen, Michael T. Wright, Martina Block
Implementing participatory quality development (pq) in HIV-prevention in Germany
  28.7  Larry Sawers, Eileen Stillwaggon
Reducing concurrency for HIV-prevention: modeling behavioral risk and coital dilution
  28.8  Rose Zulliger, Rose Zulliger, Landon Myer, Linda-gail Bekker
Feasability and acceptability of rapid ART initiation in pregnant women in Cape Town, South Africa.
  29  Behavioral Interventions  Parallel  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 Sweeney North  Jayne Griffiths,
Katie Schenk 
  29.1  Christiana Noestlinger, Tom Platteau, Daniela Rojas Castro, Matt Bristow, Agnes Kocsis
Systematic development of a computerised sexual risk reduction intervention with people living with HIV
  29.2  Gaurav Jain
Increasing condom accessibility in rural areas of India through condom social marketing
  29.3  Nicolas Lorente, Emilie Henry, Lionel Fugon, Yves Yomb, Fred Eboko, Patrizia Carrieri, 
Bruno Spire
A lack of proximity to HIV is associated with an absence of HIV testing among men who have sex with men living in Douala, Cameroon
  29.4  Maria Ekstrand, Shalini Bharat, Jayashree Ramakrishna
AIDS stigma among health care providers in urban India: implications for interventions
  29.5  Gaurav Jain
Increasing condom accessibility in rural areas of India through condom social marketing
  29.6  Richard Harding, Lorraine Sherr, Fiona Lampe, Claudine Clucas, T Molloy
Sampling methods in HIV research: do online and clinic samples differ on disease-oriented variables?
  29.7  Danuta Kasprzyk, Daniel Montaño, April Greek, Sally Nyandiya Bundy, Stephen Machokoto, Norest Beta, 
Tinashe Muromo, Rachel Gatsi
How participatory research changes and enriches a planned Phase II coping intervention (Project TALC) trial: Study implementation among parents with HIV and their teens living in Zimbabwe
  29.8  Miriam Groenhof, Enet Mukurazita, Bertha Mukome, Joanne Leerlooijer
Measure the effects on young people resulting from SRH education and HIV prevention; a toolkit developed with and for implementing organisations in Zimbabwe
  30  Risk in exposed populations  Parallel  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 Peralta  Jane Chege,
Wendee Wechsberg 
  30.1  Stephen McNally, Jeffrey Grierson, Marian Pitts, Anthony Smith
Bao cao su, kondom, ถุงยาง: sexual cultures, condoms and lubricant
  30.2  Mahruba Khanam
Safe sex practice among brothel based commercial sex workers in Bangladesh
  30.3  Jeffrey Grierson, Stephen McNally
Sex and sociality in Thai gay saunas
  30.4  Wijnand Van den Boom, Astrid Roggen, Udi Davidovich
‘On-location’ safe-sex norms are in trouble: the study of safe-sex norms at sex versus non-sex locations among MSM
  30.5  Rigmor Berg, Ronny Tikkanen, Michael Ross
Barebacking among MSM recruited through a Swedish website: Associations with sexual activities during last sexual encounter
  30.6  Lorenzo Gios, Massimo Mirandola, Jean-pierre Foschia, Michele Breveglieri, Ruth Joana Davis, Martina Furegato, 
Enrica Castellani, Dunia Ramarli, Paola Coato
The SIALON Project (2008-2010): HIV prevalence and undiagnosed HIV infections among MSM attending gay venues in six European cities.
  30.7  Ter Tiero Elias Dah
Social, behavioral characteristics, and seroprevalence of HIV infection among men who have sex with men (MSM): about 92 cases collected in an Association African Solidarité (AAS) community medical center called “Centre Oasis” in Ouagadougou.
  30.8  Yan Guo, Xiaoming Li, Shuming Li, Yingjie Liu, Xiaoyi Fang
Mental health and HIV risk among Chinese migrant men who have sex with men
  31  Adherence  Parallel  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 Devargas  Adrian Gschwend,
Marie Preau 
  31.1  Jane Simoni, David Huh, Samantha Yard
Predicting viral suppression nine months after ARV initiation: no holy grail?
  31.2  Hilary Surratt, Steven Kurtz, Leah Varga
Medication adherence and diversion among HIV-positive substance abusers in South Florida
  31.3  Joseph Tak Fai Lau, Jing Gu, Huifang Xu, Ying Zhong, Wenhua Ling
A randomized control trial to prevent dropout of methadone maintenance treatment among drug users: Some preliminary results
  31.4  Connie Kekwaletswe, Neo Morojele, Sebenzile Nkosi
Alcohol use as a predictor of antiretroviral therapy (ART) adherence, beyond structural and select psychosocial factors among South African adult ART recipients
  31.5  Naeemah Abrahams, Rachel Jewkes, Carl Lombard, Shanaaz Mathews
Impact of telephonic psycho-social support on adherence to post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) after rape: Implications for all PEP uses
  31.6  Georges Tiendrebeogo, Fabienne Hekoaka, André Soubeiga, Mireille Belem, Pascal L. G. Compaore, Nathalie Ouangraoua
Parental disclosure in times of HAARTt: Children’s roles in supporting treatment adherence in Burkina Faso
  31.7  Ashraf Kagee, Wylene Saal
Using the Theory of Planned Behaviour to understand intentions to adhere to antiretroviral therapy in a South African sample.
  31.8  Carillon Severine
The social production of non-adherence : From an identification of the process towards a renewed response An example from Kayes (Mali)
  32  Mecanismos de la estigmatización  Español  Wednesday  11:00-13:00 O'Keefe  Jordi Blanch,
Ana Guell 
  32.1  Souhail Malave, Nelson Varas-Diaz
Barreras estructurales para la reducción del estigma relacionado al VIH: ejemplos desde Puerto Rico.
  32.2  Jordi Blanch, Araceli Rousaud
Mecanismos de la estigmatización
  33  Mental Health Cognition  Satellite  Wednesday  13.00-14.00 Devargas   
  34  Español: Prevencion de VIH para Latinos y Latinas: Lecciones Aprendidas  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 O'Keeffe  Fernando Villaamil Pérez,
Maria Eugenia Fernandez-Esquer 
  35  Systems in Collapse: Experiences from Africa in Strengthening Communities REPSSI  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 Lamy  Noreen Huni 
  35.1  Noreen M Huni
Session summary:
  35.2  Kefilwe Mokokwe-Malebe, Karen Romano, Alex Tigere, Tapfumo Morove
A national mobilization of communities to care for orphans and vulnerable children: experiences in rolling out Journey of Life in Botswana
  35.3  Faith Simelane, Eric Matau, Sarah Macmaster
Skills at work: experiences from a trained community based care giver in Swaziland
  35.4  Adrian Gschwend, Pia Amman, Kaharine Wespi, David Mwiya, Kelvin Ngoma, Lisa Langhaug
A psychosocial intervention programme for children affected by AIDS in rural communities: Findings from a quasi-experimental evaluation study in Zambia
  35.5  Kathleen Okatcha, Edwick Mapalala, Peter Masessa
Strengthening capacities of communities to care: a case study of mainstreaming psychosocial support into Early Childhood Development programmes in Kenya
  36  Gender  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 Sweeney North  Suzanne Leclerc,
Christiana Noestlinger 
  36.1  Heather Clark, Prince Bahati
Gaps and challenges in integrating gender issues in HIV prevention research
  36.2  Poul Rohleder, Arne Henning Edie, Leslie Swartz, Chitra Ranchod, Margie Schneider, Claire Schür
Gender differences in level of HIV knowledge and HIV risk behaviours among people with disabilities in South Africa
  36.3  Vuyelwa Mehlomakulu, Diane Cooper, Daniella Mark, Jennifer Pitt
Women’s views on and experiences of condom use: An exploration of how this impacts on women’s sexual satisfaction and male condom use among women.
  36.4  Joanne Mantell, Jennifer A. Smit, Jane Saffitz, Cecilia Milford, Nzwakie Mosery, Nonkululeko Tesfay, 
Sibusiso Sibiya, Zonke Mabude, Tsitsi Masvaure, Elizabeth Kelvin
“They will think they are protected”: Women university students’ perceptions of the partial efficacy of medical male circumcision (MMC) in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
  36.5  Isolde Birdthistle, Billy Mayanja, Dermot Maher, Sian Floyd, Janet Seeley, Helen Weiss
Non-consensual sex and association with incident HIV infection among women: a cohort study in rural Uganda, 1990-2008
  36.7  Swagata Banik, Leslie Fisher, Maninder Setia, Vivek Anand
Discrimination, depression and HIV risk among transgenders in India
  36.8  Julia Albarracin, Jennifer Chancay, Dustin Hinrichs, Stephanie Howe, Laura Sanchez
Health and HIV prevention among Latinas: a integrated approach to empowerment
  37  HIV Testing delays, differences and demands  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 Peralta  Peter Saxton,
Rigmor Berg 
  37.1  Mélanie Plazy, Joanna Orne-Gliemann, Eric Balestre, Marija Miric, Shirish Darak, Maia Butsashvili, 
Patrice Tchendjou, François Dabis, Annabel Desgrees Du Lou
Impact of an enhanced prenatal HIV counselling session on communication within the couple
  37.2  Stephen McNally, Jeffrey Grierson, Marian Pitts, Anthony Smith
Assumptions, assessments and disclosure around HIV status for men who have sex with men (MSM) in Indonesia
  37.3  Ligia Kerr, Telma Martins, Rosa Mota, Valéria Freire
Reasons for resistance to HIV testing among female commercial sex workers (FSW) in a city in northeastern Brazil
  37.4  Cheryl Williams, Denise Hughes
Factors associated with delayed diagnosis of HIV disease among adults and adolescents in rural populations -- 40 states, 2006 - 2008
  37.5  Jean-marie Le Gall, Cédric Jacquemin, Sophie Jean, Cyril Martin, Laura Rios, Olivier Benoit, 
Stéphanie Vermoesen, Bruno Spire, Yazdan Yazdanpanah
ANRS–COM’TESTt: a community-based HIV testing to increase HIV screening frequency in men who have sex with men (MSM)
  37.6  Titia Heijman, Ronald Geskus, Udi Davidovich, Roel Coutinho, Maria Prins, Ineke Stolte
Different trends in sexual behaviour among seroconverting MSM before and after the introduction of cART
  37.7  Ulrich Marcus, Michele Breveglieri, Percy Fernández-Dávila, Laia Ferrer, Cinta Folch, Ford Hickson, 
Harm Hospers, Massimo Mirandola, Johanna Rankin, David Reid, Peter Weatherburn, Axel J Schmidt
Significant differences in association of HIV testing uptake and risk taking between men having sex with men (MSM) across Europe – Results of the European MSM Internet Survey (EMIS)
  37.8  Daniela Rojas Castro, Jean-marie Le Gall, Elise Bourgeois-Fisson, Franck Barbier, Lionel Fugon, Bruno Spire
The Swiss Statement, who knows about it and what are its effects on PLWHIV? Results from the “VIH, Hépatites et vous” Survey
  38  Psychosocial Factors HIV risk  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 Devargas  Maria Ekstrand,
Tapfuma Murove 
  38.1  Corina Lelutiu-Weinberger, Sarit Golub, Jeffrey Parsons, Kristi Gamarel
Race-based differentials of the impact of mental health and stigma on HIV risk among young gay and bisexual men
  38.2  Kyung-hee Choi, George Ayala, Jay Paul, Ross Boylan, Steven Gregorich
The role of racism and homophobia in explaining racial/ethnic disparities in HIV infection among U.S. ethnic minority men who have sex with men (MSM)
  38.3  Udi Davidovich, Hanna Uhr-Dall
Prevention intervention for individuals and their sexual network: the development and evaluation of a single-session sexual health training online
  38.4  Sarit Golub, Tyrel Starks, Corina Weinberger, Jeffrey Parsons
Stigma, coping, and HIV risk: Examining the Psychological Mediation Framework
  38.5  Jeffrey Parsons, Christian Grov, Sarit Golub
Sexual compulsivity, co-occurring psychosocial health problems, and HIV risk among gay and bisexual men: Further evidence of a syndemic
  38.6  Ligia Kerr, Adriana Pinho, Maeve Mello, Adele Benzaken, Ana Brito, Edgar Merchan-Hamann, 
Mark Guimarães, Sônia Batista, Lisângela Oliveira, Fabiano Abreu, Adão Moraes, Gisele Freitas, 
Carl Kendall, Inês Dourado
Discrimination, homophobic violence and suicidal ideation among men who have sex with men (MSM) in ten Brazilian cities
  38.7  Felisa Gonzales, Rodrigo Aguayo Romero, Ana Maria Del Rio Gonzalez, Carlos Fabian Betancourt, Marcela Aguilar Pardo, Fernanda T. Bianchi, 
Maria Cecilia Zea, Carol A. Reisen, Paul J. Poppen
Hiv risk among male-to-female transgender individuals in Bogotá, Colombia
  38.8  Kyung-hee Choi, Jay Paul, George Ayala, Ross Boylan, Steven Gregorich
Experiences of racism, homophobia, and mental health among U.S. racial/ethnic minority men who have sex with men (MSM) at high risk for HIV
  39  Sexual risk reduction  Parallel  Wednesday  14:00-16:00 Coronado  Joseph Lau,
Charles Collins 
  39.1  Gerald Gorn, Katie Kelting, Adam Lee Duhachek, Darren W. Dahl, Charles B. Weinberg
The effect of sensual vs. disease prevention positioning and contextual setting on condom purchasing
  39.2  Limin Mao, Susan Kippax, Martin Holt, Garrett Prestage, Iryna Zablotska, John De Wit
Rates of condom- and non-condom-based anal intercourse practices among homosexually active men in Australia: deliberate HIV risk reduction?
  39.3  Laura D'Anna, Andrew Margolis, Lee Warner, Olga Korosteleva, Lydia O'Donnell, Cornelis Rietmeijer, 
Jeffrey Klausner, Kevin Malotte
Characteristics associated with condom use problems during anal sex among men who have sex with men (MSM): findings from the Safe City Project Study
  39.4  Heidi Van Rooyen
Zooming in and out: Explorations of HIV risk, responsibility, intimacy and love in rural South Africa (NIMH Project Accept-HPTN 043)
  39.5  Wijnand Van den Boom, Udi Davidovich, Robert Witlox, Ineke Stolte
Viral sorting as a frequently practiced HIV risk reduction strategy among HIV-positive MSM with HIV-positive and HIV-negative and status unknown partners
  39.6  Tsitsi Masvawure
“We do everything but sex”: Comparing female and male Christian students’ experiences and responses to sexual temptation at a university campus in Zimbabwe
  39.7  Keith Horvath, Derek Smolenski, Alex Iantaffi, Jeremy Grey, B.r. Simon Rosser
Discussions of viral load in negotiating sexual episodes with primary and casual partners among men who have sex with men
  39.8  Daniel Montaño, April Greek, Sally Nyandiya Bundy, Tinashe Muromo, Stephen Machokoto, Norest Beta, 
Rachel Gatsi
Baseline and follow-up results for HIV+ Parents living in Zimbabwe and participating in a Coping Intervention (Project TALC) Phase II Comparative Effectiveness Trial.
  39.9  Brian Mustanski, Colleen Monohan, Robert Garofalo
Results of a randomized clinical trial of an Internet-based HIV prevention program for young MSM
  40  Psychological Standards  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 Sweeney North  Stuart Gibson,
Noreen Huni,
Barbara Hedge 
  40.1  Stuart Gibson, Sarah Zetler, Liz Shaw, Ruth Lowbury, Audrey Matthews
Workshop: Standards for psychological support for adults living with HIV in the UK
  41  NIH granting  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 O'Keeffe  Susan Newcomer,
Willo Pequegnat 
  41.1  Susan Newcomer, Willo Pequegnat
Leaping the hurdles and navigating the maze: getting NIH funding for research on HIV/AIDS
  42  Patient centred care and support: essential but overlooked  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 Peralta  Olivia Dix,
Simon Rackstraw 
  42.1  George Loy, Richard Harding, Karilyn Collins, Peter Memiah, Genevieve Patrick, Erick Kombo, 
Carla Alexander, Geoffrey Sigalla, Vicky Simms
Multidimensional outcomes for HIV outpatients receiving integrated palliative care: a prospective longitudinal natural experiment
  42.2  Richard Harding
Living well with HIV? Global evidence of high physical and psychological symptom burden in the presence of treatment
  42.3  Hanneke Brits
Anti-retroviral therapy initiation for children with advanced HIV disease: 3 years later
  43  Strategic Approaches for Addressing Sexual Health  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 Lamy  John Douglas,
Sarah Hawkes 
  43.1  John Douglas, Richard Wolitski, Rafael Mazin, Sarah Hawkes
Symposium: Strategic approaches for addressing sexual health: challenges, opportunities, and implications for HIV/STI prevention
  43.1  John Douglas
Advancing a public health approach to improve sexual health in the United States: a framework for national efforts
  43.2  Rafael Mazin
Promoting sexual health in Latin America: lessons learned
  43.3  Sarah Hawkes
Promoting sexual health in Asia: challenges and opportunities
  43.4  Richard Wolitski
Implications of a sexual health approach for HIV/STI prevention efforts
  43.5  John Douglas, Rafael Mazin
Panel Discussion: key questions regarding lessons learned, challenges and opportunities ahead
  44  Substance abuse, health disparities, gender issues, victimization and risk behavior: What’s been done and where are we going  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 Devargas  Wendee Wechsberg 
  44.1  Hilary Surratt, Steven Kurtz, Leah Varga
The impact of early sex work initiation on victimization, mental health and risk for HIV
  44.2  Karen Corsi, Sung-joon Min, Mark Royer, Robert Booth
HIV risk and treatment among opiate injectors
  44.3  William Zule, Wendee Wechsberg, Curtis Coomes, Winona Poulton
Results of a pilot test of a computer-assisted tailored HIV prevention intervention
  44.4  Wendee Wechsberg, Tracy Kline, Felicia Browne, Rachel Middlesteadt-Ellerson, Tara Carney, Bronwyn Myers, 
William Zule, Charles Parry, Rachel Jewkes
Preliminary outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of a feminist HIV intervention for vulnerable women in Cape Town, South Africa
  45  Prevention training  Parallel  Wednesday  16:30-18:00 Coronado  Terry Stewart,
Alice Gandelman 
  45.1  Alice Gandelman, Patricia Coury-Doniger, Terry Stewart, Cornelis Rietmeijer
Moving from efficacy to effectiveness in HIV prevention: using implementation science to improve practice in the field
Thursday - 15th
  47  Late Breakers  SubPlenary  Thursday  08:00-09:30 Sweeney North  Simon Rosser,
Abraham Feingold,
Rafael Mazin 
  47.1  Dinah Baah-Odoom
The relationship between stigma and unsafe sexual practices amongst young people in Ghana
  47.2  Gustavo Kasparas, Gustavo Kasparas, María Del Carmen Iannella, Gabriela Bugarin, Hugo Visciglio, Marcela Belforte, 
Roxana Miro, Rosa Bologna
Computer alert system and psychosocial telephone support to improve antiretroviral therapy adherence
  47.3  Bruno Spire, Lionel Fugon, Nathalie Lele, Estelle Carde, Michelle Bentata, Olivier Patey, 
Marie-aude Khuong, Bruno Spire, Patrizia Carrieri, Olivier Bouchaud
Predictors of the failure to maintain adherence to antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected migrants living in France and travelling to their sub-Saharan African country of origin
  47.4  Daniela Rojas Castro, Vincent Coquelin, Olivier Jablonski, Jean-marie Le Gall
"Zone NoKapote" Bareback Sexual Health Workshops: can positive health deal with all kind of sexualities?
  47.5  George Palattiyil, Dina Sidhva
HIV, human rights and asylum seekers: Some emerging evidence from Scotland
  47.6  Brigg Reilley
HIV Screening - issues for STD and prenatal testing
  48  Plenary - Overview  Plenary  Thursday  10:00-11:30 Sweeney North  Michael Ross,
Jose Catalan 
  48.1  F. Amolo Okero
Disclosure of HIV status - WHO review and policy guidance
  48.2  J. Dennis Fortenberry
Toward a science of adolescent sexual health as an HIV/STI prevention strategy
  48.3  Lynette Mudekunye
More than a virus; the responding workforce
  48.4  Renaud Becquet
Prevention of mother to child transmission: research perspectives
  48.5  Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala
Contribution of anthropology to HIV Prevention Research.
  49  Closing  Closing  Thursday  11:30-12:00 Sweeney North  Kees Rietmeijer,
Jose Catalan,
Frans van den Boom 
  49.1  Richard Wolitski
Learning from theory based interventions


Tuesday - 13th
  51  Poster 1  Poster  Tuesday  08:30-18:00 Sweeney South   
  51.1  Carl Kendall, Valeria Goncalves, Telma Martins, Rosa Mota, Linda Macena, Ligia Kerr
Men who have sex with men (MSM): incentives and barriers to HIV testing in Fortaleza, Brazil
  51.2  Carlos Pavao
A new community engagement framework: how to bridge community and HIV related research agendas at NIH
  51.3  Brian Kelly, Richard Carpiano, Adam Easterbrook, Jeffrey Parsons
Sex and the community: examining the implications of neighborhood and social networks for sexual risk behaviors among urban gay men
  51.4  Matthew McQueen, Maureen Muchimba, Megan Reamy, Sara Yeatman
The association of disinhibitory behavior with risky sexual behavior and perceived HIV risk
  51.5  Florita Durueke, Morenike Ukpong, Kadiri Audu, Augustina Amuamuziam, Aisha Adaranijo
Empowering MSM to engage in HIV prevention, treatment, care, support and research programmes
  51.6  Kamggue Kopguep Jean Jules
How to integrate the men who sex with men into an association of fight against the HIV / AIDS: case of Colibri Bafoussam – Cameroon
  51.7  Jane Chege, Elizabeth Meassick, Senait Afework, Ann Claxton, Tesfaye Jima
Changing the social context through community conversations to enable HIV risk reduction
  51.8  Kieto Zola EDDY
Moral and cultural barriers to the people on the 3 ways to preventing HIV/AIDS in the city of Kisangani in RDC
  51.10  A Sathiya Appunni
Correlates of HIV and AIDS in epidemiological perspectives: a multivariate analysis
  51.11  Beau Miller, Pahl Samson, Michael Ross
Perception of sources of gay and HIV-related stigma in MSM and their relationship to HIV communication
  51.12  Christopher Tumwine, Annet Nannungi, Eric Ssegujja, Nicolate Nekesa, Sarah Ssali, Lynn Atuyambe, 
Gery Ryan, Glenn Wagner
HIV prevention advocacy by people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda: a qualitative study
  51.13  Wasiu Aremu Bello, Kamorudeen Ogunbadejo, Olawale Oguntoye
Viral hepatitis and drug/alcohol abuse: a pradigmatic survey of HIV infected and non infected female sex workers in Nigeria
  51.14  Harriet Okatch, Tirelo Modie-Moroka, Oemetse Mogapi
Factors that influence abstinence attitudes among 10-14 year old a church-going adolescents in Botswana
  51.15  Obiajulu Augustina Amuamuziam, Morenike Ukpong, Aisha Adaranijo, Florita Durueke, Olayide Akanni
Empowering, children, adolescent and youth on NPT
  51.16  Derek Smolenski, Keith Horvath, Alex Iantaffi, Jeremy Grey, Michael Wilkerson, Simon Rosser
Perceived effects of pornography and high-risk sex among men who have sex with men
  51.17  Victor Silumbwe
Utilization of adolescent/youth friendly health services: a Chibombo district experience
  51.18  Foday Melvin Kargbo
HIV/AIDS: global trends, global funds and delivery
  51.19  Mehdi Damaliamiri, Ahmad Tajfar, Mostafa Hassani
The hidden rules of religion and ideology for AIDS
  51.20  Shankar Chowdhury
Reducing vulnerability of transgender community in Delhi through livelihood skills
  51.21  Raphael Anzuruni Mbuto
Anti-AIDS clubs and fight against stigmatization of aids orphans at school in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo
  51.22  Mahendra Chalise, Atmeshwar Chapagain
A study of the change in attitude and behavior of workers on HIV/AIDS in carpet factory in Nepal
  51.23  Dinah Baah-Odoom
Stigma, the major driver of unsafe sexual practices and HIV/AIDS infection amongst young people in Ghana
  51.24  Tyler Arguello
Putting queer in its place: The spatialization of HIV through a social marketing campaign
  51.25  Ananda Pun
Making the difference: community based HIV prevention initiative in Nepal
  51.26  Binod Gurung, Pinky Gurung
Scaling up coverage and quality of HIV/AIDS prevention targeted to most at risk population and treatment, care and support services for people living with HIV
  51.27  Samuel Matoka
Working with sex workers in prevention interventions
  51.28  Julie Maertens, Jennifer Harman
Barriers to nutrition management among people living with HIV on antiretroviral therapy
  51.29  Laramie Smith, K. Rivet Amico, Jeffrey Fisher, Chinazo Cunningham
Understanding the behavioral determinants of retention in HIV care: a qualitative evaluation of a situated information, motivation, behavioral skills model of care initiation and maintenance
  51.30  Michelle Kaufman, Jennifer Harman, Deepti Khati
Let’s talk about sex: development of a sexual health program for Nepali women
  51.31  Achy Brou, Obro Koby, Soumahoro Man-Koumba, Kouassi-m'bengue Alphonsine, Dosso Mireille
Study of the quality of life of People Living With HIV/AIDS in a follow-up care center in Abidjan
  51.32  Swagata Banik, Joyce Moon-Howard, Leslie Fisher, Michael Schuenemeyer
Developing HIV prevention programs in multicultural church setting: preliminary findings from a CBPR study
  51.33  Jayne Griffiths, Tomas Campbell, Becki Wilkins, Gisele Marinho
Hopes, dreams and ambitions: a qualitative investigation into the views and concerns of older HIV+ adolescents about their future challenges and support needs (London, UK)
  51.34  Edward Mubiru
Impact of HIV/AIDS on the livestock-producing communities of Uganda: case studies of Moyo and Kashumba sub counties
  51.35  Hermengild Mayunga, Karen Joseph
The impact of HIV/AIDS on older adults in Eastern Africa: challenges and responsibilities
  51.36  Esther Naluwooza, Esther Naluwooza
Challenges faced by health workers in implementing the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission (PMTCT) programme in Uganda
  51.37  Mutabazi Vincent
Integrating non-surgical male circumcision into the Rwanda national MC roll-out plan
  51.38  Corinne Strydom, Blanche Carolus
The need for social work intervention in a rural community regarding HIV/AIDS
  51.39  Lori Stevens, Michael Smith
The Poenix rising HIV/AIDS re-entry/homebuyer project: “homeownership: the forgotten option”
  51.40  Daogo Jacques Abraham Soubeiga, Patrice Elysée Ouedraogo
Anthropological analysis of ethic implications in the involvement of people from rural areas in research on HIV/AIDS: a comparative study
  51.41  Strydom Herman, Hanelie Malan
A qualitative evaluation of REds: an adapted programme for social workers in the field of HIV and AIDS
  51.42  Badru Bukenya
A new look at HIV/AIDS NGOs and their service delivery (SD) impact on politics: Insights from rural Uganda
  51.43  Yan Hong, Xiaoming Li, Guoqiang Zhao, Junfeng Zhao
Community-based group home: an optimal care arrangement for AIDS orphans in rural China
  51.44  Rose Zulliger, Helen Schneider, Mosa Moshabela
"She is my teacher and if it was not for her I would be dead”: Exploration of rural South African CHWs’ informational and mediating roles in the home
  51.45  Karl Lemmen, Werner Bock
Understanding countertransference in dealing with AIDS-hypochondriacs
  51.46  Breda Ward, Tristan Barber, Shamela De Silva, Susan Thornton, Denise Ratcliffe, Alexander Margetts, 
Edwina Williams, David Asboe, Anton Pozniak, Brian Gazzard, Marta Boffito, Jose Catalan
Establishing an HIV neurocognitive screening service in clinical practice
  51.47  Anjan Amatya, Ramesh Thapa
Care and support of people living with dual disease (HIV/HCV) in Nepal
  51.48  Danuta Kasprzyk, Sally Nyandiya Bundy, Danuta Kasprzyk, April Greek, Norest Beta, Stephen Machokoto, 
Rachel Gatsi, Tinashe Muromo
Experience in taking a US-based coping intervention, Project TALC, and adapting it to the Zimbabwean context: observations on cross-cultural adaptations.
  51.49  Kieto Zola EDDY
Moral and cultural barriers to the people on the 3 ways to preventing HIV/AIDS in the city of kisangani in RDC.
  51.50  Sarah Burgess
An undetectable virus? Patient rejection of HIV+ status in a United Kingdom clinic.
  51.51  Margaret Kyakuwa
Care-giving and concealment: the case of HIV-positive nurses in Uganda
  51.52  Meoïn Hagège
Post-carceral treatment interruption : biographical time vs institutional time
  51.53  Sayed Md Saikh Imtiaz
What made an HIV free man to marry a positive woman? Islam, HIV/AIDS response and new emerging masculinities in Bangladesh
  51.54  Melissa Ramirez
National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) - Promoting HIV testing through social media
  51.55  Michelle Iandiorio, Tracy Tessmann, Karla Thornton, John Brown, Sanjeev Arora
Innovation in provider HIV education
  51.56  Resty Nansubuga
HIV/AIDS stigmatization among the youths in Gulu, Northern Uganda: A major drawback in the fight against the spread of HIV/AIDS
  51.57  Nicola Christofides, Rachel Jewkes
Early teen pregnancy increases risk of incident HIV infection: results from a longitudinal study in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
  51.58  Dorothy Mubuuke
Effect of peer health workers on AIDS care in Rakai, Uganda
  51.59  Jordi Blanch, Ricard Navines, Araceli Rousaud, Esteban Martinez
Screening for depression in HIV-infected patients using the hospital anxiety and depression scale and the Beck Depression Iinventory

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