Monday 13 January

Tuesday 14 January

 
 

Session 1: Prevention of Infection

Invited Lecture:PrEP, gender issues

J. Anderson

Pres.

 

Adolescent and young women’s acceptability and use of a proxy microbicide gel or pill in a mock trial in Tanzania

J. Headley

Pres.

 

Characteristics associated with both adherence and sexual risk behaviors among women infected with HIV

S. Spangler

Pres.

 

 

Invited Lecture: Cure: early detection and early treatment

M. Robb

Pres.

 

The inclusion (or exclusion) of women in HIV research: from clinical studies of ARVs and vaccines to cure strategies

S. Heidari

Pres.

 

 

Session 2: Models of Care

Invited Lecture: The US situation

J. Kates

Pres.

 

Invited Lecture: The UK/European situation

M. Johnson

Pres.

 

Invited Lecture: The RLS situation

K. Naidoo

Pres.

 

 

Clinical characteristics and quality of HIV care for women in the United States: Data from the Medical Monitoring Project, 2009

W. Short

Pres.

 

Acceptability of a proposed technology-assisted, group-based intervention promoting engagement in care and treatment for HIV-infected women

O. Blackstock

Pres.

 

The Oak Tree Clinic: a model of women-centered HIV care in British Columbia

M. Kestler

Pres.

 

A conceptual model of trauma-informed primary care for women living with HIV

E. Machtinger

Pres.

 

Factors associated with missed clinic visits at a tertiary care centre

L. Szadkowski

Pres.

 

 

Session 3: Conception & Contraception

Invited Lecture: Conception and HIV

F. Lyons

Pres.

 

Patterns and predictors of dual contraceptive use among sexually active treatment experienced women living with HIV in British Columbia, Canada

S. Patterson

Pres.

 

An economic evaluation of conception strategies for heterosexual serodiscordant couples with HIV-positive male partners

M. Letchumanan

Pres.

 

Understanding current contraceptive choices and patterns among a cohort of HIV-positive women

M. Sharma

Pres.

 

 

Session 4: Pregnancy

Perceived stress in pregnancy and postpartum of mothers living with HIV in Ontario, Canada

A. Ion

Pres.

 

High proportion of unintended pregnancies and limited contraceptive use among HIV-positive women in rural Zambia

N. Ishikawa

Pres.

 

Increasing Numbers of Young Pregnant Women with HIV in a South African district

B. Egbujie

Pres.

 

 
 
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