Session 25:
AIDS Risk-taking Behavior

Thursday, May 9
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
Fulton
2nd Floor

Chair: Dominique Meekers, Tulane University
Discussant: Sohail Agha, Population Services International (PSI)

  1. The Uneven Spread of HIV within Africa: A Comparative Study of Biological, Behavioral and Contextual Factors in Rural Populations in Tanzania and ZimbabweTies Boerma, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Constance Nyamukapa, Biomedical Research & Training Institute; Mark Urassa, TANESA project; Simon Gregson, Wellcome Trust Centre for the Epidemiology of Infectious Disease

  2. Moving and Marrying: HIV Infection among Newlyweds in MalawiMichael D. Bracher, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; Gigi Santow, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; Susan Watkins, University of Pennsylvania

  3. Social Networks, AIDS/STD Knowledge, and Risk Behaviors among Male Clients of Female Sex Workers in Bali, IndonesiaKathy Ford, University of Michigan; Dewa Wirawan, Kerti Praja Foundation; Partha Muliawan, Kerti Praja Foundation

  4. Understanding Perceptions of HIV Risk among Adolescents in Kwa Zulu-NatalNaomi Rutenberg, Population Council; Kate MacIntyre, Tulane University; Lisanne Brown, Tulane University; Ali Karim, Tulane University

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