Coordinated by Professor Nuala McGrath
This project is funded through a Wellcome Trust Fellowship.
This research project explores sexual behaviour and relationship dynamics in the era of antiretroviral therapy (ART) rollout in South Africa. Using both primary and secondary data the project a series of studies are undertaken;
For more information see the Africa Centre website.
|18-22 July 2016||Presentations of papers authored/co-authored by Nuala McGrath and vicky Hosegood at the AIDS Conference 2016 held in Durban, South Africa.||
Papers presented include: "Positive impact of a randomized controlled trial of the Uthando Lwethu ("Our Love") intervention on rates of couples HIV testing in rural South Africa", "Baseline for a DREAM: recent trends in sexual behaviour and HIV knowledge among adolescents and young adults in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa", "HIV testing models and their implications for patient engagement with HIV care and treatment on the eve of "test and treat" findings from the Bottlenecks study" and "Exploring participants' understanding and concerns relating to questions about anal sex in a rural KwaZulu-Natal setting: a cognitive interviewing approach."
McGrath, N. and Grapsa, E. (2017) Does ART change partnership dynamics and HIV risk behaviours among PLWH? A cohort study in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. PubMed, (Online First View).
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