HIV & STIs

Providers need more training to counsel men living with HIV on family planning

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Men are often left behind in efforts related to birth control, conception and pregnancy care, but involving them can have positive benefits.

What helps men stay in HIV care in Kenya and Uganda?

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The Sustainable East Africa Research in Community Health (SEARCH) trial actively worked to increase male engagement in care by addressing known barriers.

The impact of financial incentives on preventing HIV in newborns

UCSF Bixby Center
New research explores the impact of providing financial incentives for pregnant women in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria, to complete steps to prevent transmitting HIV to their children.

FACES launches 8 adolescent centers in Kisumu County, Kenya

UCSF Bixby Center
Family AIDS Care and Education Services (FACES) celebrated the opening of eight new adolescent centers in Kisumu County, Kenya on August 16th.

Increasing men’s involvement in preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission

UCSF Bixby Center
A new FACES publication showed that a novel approach holds promise for addressing barriers to male involvement and improving maternal and infant health.

Mobility linked with higher-risk sexual behaviors in Kenya and Uganda

UCSF Bixby Center
New research from Carol Camlin and colleagues aims to better understand barriers to reaching mobile populations with HIV prevention and treatment by studying how mobility affects risk behaviors.

Meet Tim Vincent, capacity builder tackling health inequities

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Tim has over 25 years of experience working in healthcare for people living with HIV. At CAPTC, he trains social workers, nurses, health educators and providers around the country.

Community health campaigns reach more women for cervical cancer screening in Kenya

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A study from Bixby Center researchers and colleagues in Kenya points to a potentially high-impact and cost-effective way to screen women for HPV and prevent cervical cancer.

Family planning providers can help address racial and gender disparities in HIV prevention

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There is an urgent need to reach more women with PrEP, and new commentary from UCSF & University of Missouri makes the case that family planning clinics have an important role to play in filling the gap.

Pregnant and postpartum women more susceptible to HIV infection

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New research from University of Washington, Kenya Medical Research Institute and UCSF provides strong evidence that women are at greater risk of HIV-1 infection during late pregnancy and after birth.