11/04/15 – HIV Decision Making and Linkages to Care: Research and Practice from Brazil

Eliana Zucchi, MPH, and Sarah MacCarthy, DSc, will provide an overview of critical issues concerning HIV/AIDS in Brazil. Although Brazil is widely recognized for its successful response in making antiretroviral treatment free and universally available, persistent obstacles remain. Eliana will discuss her work on psychosocial aspects underlying decision-making about HIV testing among adolescents with special … Continue reading 11/04/15 – HIV Decision Making and Linkages to Care: Research and Practice from Brazil

Linking women who test HIV-positive in pregnancy-related services to long-term HIV care and treatment services: a systematic review

By Laura Ferguson, Alison D. Grant, Deborah Watson-Jones, Tanya Kahawita, John O. Ong’ech and David A. Ross, published in Tropical Medicine and International Health.

“Universal Access: Are National Strategic Plans Sensitive to Human Rights?,” in From the Ground Up: Building Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Care Programs in Resource-Limited Settings

Book chapter by Daniel Tarantola and Sofia Gruskin, edited by Richard G. Marlink, Sara J. Teitelman, published by the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

Estimating the Lost Benefits of Antiretroviral Drug Use in South Africa

By Pride Chigwedere, George Seage III, Sofia Gruskin, Tun-Hou Lee and M. D.V.M. Essex, published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes.