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World AIDS Day 2019

Enjoy free access to a selection of key research articles

Perspectives and current research in HIV/AIDS

Covering a diversity of topics from medicine to the social sciences, this article collection explores key areas of interest related to HIV/AIDS. 

To coincide with World AIDS Day on 1 December 2019, we are pleased to offer free access to the whole collection for a limited time.

Articles will be available to read for free from this page until 31/01/2020

AIDS Care provides an authoritative forum from the beginning of the epidemic for publishing critical, cutting edge and state of the art research, reviews and reports from the many complementary disciplines involved in the AIDS and HIV field in one key source.

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Article Title Author/s Year
Earlier diagnoses and faster treatment of HIV in the District of Columbia: HIV surveillance analysis, 2006–2016 Rupali K. Doshi, J. Li, K. Dorsey, A. Allston & M. Kharfen 2019
Healthcare facility characteristics associated with achievement and maintenance of HIV viral suppression among persons newly diagnosed with HIV in New York City Ellen W. Wiewel, Luisa N. Borrell, Heidi E. Jones, Andrew R. Maroko & Lucia V. Torian 2019
The impacts of depression and anxiety on quality of life among patients with HIV/AIDS and their spouses: testing dyadic dynamics using the actor-partner interdependence model Zahra Bagheri, Marjan Taheri & Nasrin Motazedian 2019
HIV testing intentions and behaviors among 14-17-year-old sexual minority males Alyssa L Norris, Kimberly M. Nelson & Michael P. Carey 2019
HIV testing in a large community health center serving a multi-cultural patient population: A qualitative study of providers Anthony J. James, Danelle Marable, Caroline V. Cubbison et al. 2019
Is co-location of services with HIV care associated with improved HIV care outcomes? A systematic review Yuko Mizuno, Darrel H Higa, Carolyn A Leighton, Mary Mullins & Nicole Crepaz 2019
Exploring the associations between physical and sexual gender-based violence and HIV among women who use substances in South Africa: the role of agency and alcohol Courtney Peasant Bonner, Felicia A. Browne, Jacqueline W. Ndirangu et al. 2019
Adverse childhood experiences, mental health, substance use, and HIV-related outcomes among persons with HIV Kelly C. Young-Wolff, Varada Sarovar, Stacy A. Sterling et al. 2019
Navigating between rules and reality: a qualitative study of HIV positive MSM’s experiences of communication at HIV clinics in Sweden about the rules of conduct and infectiousness Tobias Herder & Anette Agardh 2019

The Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services provides a forum in which social workers and other professionals in the field of HIV/AIDS work can access the latest research and techniques in order to provide effective social, educational, and clinical services to all individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Article Title Author/s Year
Professionally-moderated, psychoeducational web-based support for women living with HIV: An exploratory study Monica A. Ghabrial, Catherine C. Classen & Julie D. Maggi 2019
Religious Beliefs and HIV-related Stigma: Considerations for Healthcare Providers Nooshin Zarei, Hassan Joulaei, Mahboobeh Ghoreishi & Mostafa Dianatinasab 2019
The Hidden Burden of HIV in the Undocumented Immigrant population of the United States Shafaq Jawed & Uzair Yaqoob 2019
Defining the Linkage Specialist Role in the HIV Care Cascade Katherine Pincura & Chidinma Okafor 2019
Barriers and Facilitators to Initiating PrEP Conversations: Perspectives and Experiences of Health Care Providers Noelle M. St.Vil, Sarahmona Przybyla & Susan LaValley 2019
The Attitudes towards Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Scale: Development and Validation Rusi Jaspal, Bárbara Lopes & Ismael Maatouk 2019
Barriers to PrEP Uptake: Perspectives of Community Health Workers in the Mid-South Region of the United States Kendra Vaughn, Patrick J. Dillon & Satish K. Kedia 2019
Exploring diet, physical activity, and body image among older Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) who have experienced the long-term impact of HIV/AIDS Joachim Sackey, Pamela Valera, Perry N. Halkitis & Kristen D. Krause 2019
Alcohol use, mental health, and parenting practices among HIV-positive mothers Marya T. Schulte, William Marelich, H. Isabella Lanza, Nada M. Goodrum, Lisa Armistead & Debra A. Murphy 2019

Special Issue: Biopsychosocial Challenges of Older Adults Living with HIV

Behavioral Medicine, Volume 40, Issue 3 (2014)

Article Title Author/s
Biopsychosocial Aspects of HIV and Aging Timothy G. Heckman & Perry N. Halkitis
HIV/AIDS in Older Women: Unique Challenges, Unmet Needs Ramani Durvasula
Smoking and HIV-related Health Issues among Older HIV-positive Gay, Bisexual, and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men Danielle C. Ompad, Molly Kingdon, Sandra Kupprat, Sophia N. Halkitis, Erik David Storholm & Perry N. Halkitis
Substance Use and Sexual Risk Differences among Older Bisexual and Gay Men with HIV Mark Brennan-Ing, Kristen E. Porter, Liz Seidel & Stephen E. Karpiak
Aging and HIV/AIDS: Neurocognitive Implications for Older HIV-Positive Latina/o Adults Monica Rivera Mindt, Caitlin Miranda, Alyssa Arentoft et al.
Depression Moderates Treatment Efficacy of an HIV Secondary-Prevention Intervention for HIV-Positive Late Middle-Age and Older Adults Travis I. Lovejoy & Timothy G. Heckman
The Moderating Role of Sexual Identity in Group Teletherapy for Adults Aging with HIV Bernadette Davantes Heckman, Travis I. Lovejoy, Timothy G. Heckman et al.
Current Knowledge and Future Directions on Aging and HIV Research Charles A. Emlet

HIV/AIDS: Research and Palliative Care

An international, peer-reviewed, open access journal focusing on advances in research in HIV, its clinical progression and management options including antiviral treatment, palliative care and public healthcare policies to control viral spread.

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The Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS (SAHARA-J) disseminates vital open access research on social factors relating to HIV/AIDS.

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Article Title Author/s Year
Social and behavioral factors associated with risky sexual behaviors among university students in nine ASEAN countries: A multi-country cross-sectional study Siyan Yi, Vannarath Te, Supa Pengpid & Karl Peltzer 2018
Understanding the role played by parents, culture and the school curriculum in socializing young women on sexual health issues in rural South African communities Feziwe Mpondo, Robert A.C. Ruiter, Dilana Schaafsma, Bart van den Borne & Priscilla S. Reddy 2018
Risky sexual behaviours among young people in sub-Saharan Africa: how can parents use the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion for change? Elvis Tarkang, Lilian Pencille, Hubert Amu, Joyce Komesour & Prosper Lutala 2019
Longitudinal Analysis of HIV Risk Behaviour Patterns and their Predictors among Public Primary Care Patients with Tuberculosis in South Africa Karl Peltzer 2018
A weighted bootstrap approach to logistic regression modelling in identifying risk behaviours associated with sexual activity Humphrey Brydon, Rénette Blignaut & Joachim Jacobs 2019
Navigating Intimate Sexual Partnerships in an Era of HIV: Dimensions of Couple Relationship Quality and Satisfaction among Adults in Eswatini and Linkages to HIV Risk Allison Ruark, Edward C. Green, Amy Nunn, Caitlin Kennedy, Alfred Adams, Thandeka Dlamini-Simelane & Pamela J. Surkan 2019
Zimbabwean Secondary School Guidance and Counseling teachers teaching sexuality education in the HIV and AIDS education curriculum Ephias Gudyanga, Naydene de Lange & Mathabo Khau 2019

Special Issue: A sustainable AIDS response: results in the era of shrinking donor funding

African Journal of AIDS Research, Volume 18, Issue 4 (2019)

Article Title Author/s
Editorial – A sustainable AIDS response: results in the era of shrinking donor funding Steven Forsythe & Iris Semini
Developing the Global Health Cost Consortium Unit Cost Study Repository for HIV and TB: Methodology and Lessons Learned Willyanne DeCormier Plosky, Lori A Bollinger, Lily Alexander et al.
The state of costing research for HIV interventions in sub-Saharan Africa Drew B Cameron, Mohamed Mustafa Diab, Lauren N Carroll et al.
Using information on ART costs and benefits to mobilise resources – comparing different methods and contexts Anthony Kinghorn
A meta-analysis approach for estimating average unit costs for ART using pooled Facility-level primary data from African countries Diego Cerecero-García, Carlos Pineda-Antunez, Lily Alexander et al.
HIV Treatment Support Services in Tanzania: A Cost and Efficiency Analysis at Facility and Community Levels Steven Forsythe, Bryant Lee, Kuki Tarimo, Boniface Silvan, Marianna Balampama, Julie Chitty & Sara Bowsky
Which delivery model innovations can support sustainable HIV treatment? Caroline A Bulstra, Jan AC Hontelez, Osondu Ogbuoji & Till Bärnighausen
The costs of home-based HIV testing and counselling in sub-Saharan Africa and its association with testing yield: a literature review Katharina Hauck
HIV testing preferences among pregnant women attending antenatal care and their male partners: a discrete choice experiment in Uganda Jeffrey E Korte, Michael Strauss, Aissatou Ba
Meta-analysis of average costs of HIV Testing and Counselling and Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision across 13 countries Carlos Pineda-Antunez, Gisela Martinez-Silva, Diego Cerecero-Garcia et al.
Smart Cascades: Using Cost Analysis to Improve HIV Care and Treatment Interventions to Achieve Global 95-95-95 Goals Catherine Barker Cantelmo, Bryant Lee & Arin Dutta
Planning and Sustaining HIV response in the countries of the ‘Risky Middle’ Alan Whiteside, Robert Greener & Iris Semini
It’s politics, stupid! A political analysis of the HIV/AIDS Trust Fund in Uganda Charles Birungi & Timothy Colbourn
The Future of HIV and AIDS – A Persistent Priority Alison Reiszadeh
Doomed Interventions: The Failure of Global Responses to AIDS in Africa Brittany Ennis

Global Public Health is an essential peer-reviewed journal that energetically engages with key public health issues that have come to the fore in the global environment.

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Article Title Author/s Year
A Colonial Legacy of HIV/AIDS, NTD and STI super syndemics: Eugenicist foreign aid and intertwined health burdens in Nigeria Mehar Maju, Andria Sharma, Archana Beeram & Bayla Ostrach 2019
Shedding light on a HIV blind spot: Factors associated with men’s HIV testing in five African countries Paul J. Fleming, Joseph G. Rosen, Vincent J. Wong & Maria Augusta Carrasco 2019
Characterising the relationship between migration and stigma affecting healthcare engagement among female sex workers in Lomé, Togo Molly E. Lasater, Ashley Grosso, Sosthenes Ketende et al. 2019
Navigating 'Ethics in Practice': an Ethnographic Case Study with Young Women Living with HIV in Zambia Constance R.S. Mackworth-Young, Mira L. Schneiders, Alison Wringe, Musonda Simwinga & Virginia Bond 2019
Media, nationalism, and the body: Exploring masculinities, male partner violence, and HIV vulnerability among female sex workers in Northern Karnataka, India Shamshad Khan, Sapna Nair, Anthony Huynh et al. 2019
Sex work, discrimination, drug use and violence: a pattern for HIV risk among transgender sex workers compared to MSM sex workers and other MSM in Guatemala William M. Miller, William C. Miller, Clare Barrington et al. 2019
The trouble with difference: challenging and reproducing inequality in a biomedical HIV research community engagement process Anneliese de Wet, Leslie Swartz, Ashraf Kagee et al. 2019
“If she gave birth to a healthy child, then she may forget about her own health”: Postpartum engagement in HIV care and treatment among women living with HIV in Russia Elizabeth J. King, Irina Evdokimova & Julia Godunova 2018