Contextualising structural factors in HIV prevention

Posted 21 July 2014 by NISC under New publications • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
Contextualising structural factors in HIV prevention

To coincide with the 20th International AIDS Congress, the African Journal of AIDS Research has just published a new special issue entitled “Contextualising structural factors in HIV prevention.” The special issue, in Volume 13 (2) 2014, focuses on Structural Drivers of HIV and is based on a series of papers drawn from the 3rd Structural Drivers of HIV conference (Cape Town, December, 2013).

Papers in this issue address the importance of understanding broader social, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting HIV transmission, and lives lived with HIV, for children and adults, women and men, in Africa and elsewhere. We also consider the contextual complexities of adapting and implementing HIV and AIDS interventions to different settings.

The issue is freely available until end of July 2014. View the Table of Contents and access articles from this issue online here.

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