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13:00
WEPDC0201
Vaginal bacteria associated with increased risk of HIV acquisition in African women
Raymond Scott McClelland, University of Washington, United States
Abstract
Slides
13:05
WEPDC0202
A brief, trauma-informed intervention is feasible and acceptable, increases safety behaviour, and reduces HIV risk among drug-involved women who trade sex
Andrea Wirtz, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
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Slides
13:10
WEPDC0203
HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) formulation preference among women participating in the qualitative component of the ASPIRE (MTN-020) study
Ariane van der Straten, RTI International, United States
Abstract
Slides
13:15
WEPDC0204
Sexual behaviour of men and women within age-disparate partnerships in South Africa: implications for young women's HIV risk
Brendan Maughan-Brown, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Abstract
Slides
13:20
WEPDC0205
Evidence for selection effect and Hawthorne effect in behavioural HIV prevention trial among young women in rural South Africa
Molly Rosenberg, Harvard University, United States
Abstract
Slides
13:25
WEPDC0206
Adherence to topical PrEP: qualitative findings from the FACTS 001 trial
Jonathan Stadler, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Abstract
Slides
13:30
WEPDC0207
Moderated discussion