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To coincide with AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference our theme for July is HIV/AIDS Research. We’ve made over 150 articles on key research topics free to read online. You can also browse related books, submit your article to a special issue of Sexual and Relationship Therapy on HIV, Sex, and Relationships, and sign up to new issue alerts from our HIV/AIDS Research journals.
Free Access to Key Topics in HIV/AIDS Research
We’ve made a selection of over 150 articles from across our journals free to read online. Read the full HIV/AIDS research collection here or click the links below to be taken directly to the articles on the following themes:
- Children, Young People, and Families
- Communication and Education
- Funding and Resources
- Key Affected Populations
- Politics, Policy, and Human Rights
Visit stand 226 in the AIDS 2014 exhibition hall to find out more about our journals. Delegates will be able to enter a prize draw to win AU$150 of Amazon vouchers. You will also be able to pick up information on publishing your Open Access article in our journals and on our STAR program.
Sexual and Relationship Therapy is inviting abstract submissions for a special issue on HIV, Sex, and Relationships, guest edited by Keith J. Horvath.
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: 31 December 2014
This special edition of African Journal of AIDS Research on Structural Drivers of HIV is based on a series of papers drawn from the 3rd Structural Drivers of HIV conference (Cape Town, December, 2013) under the theme Contextualising Structural Drivers of HIV and AIDS. Papers in this edition address the importance of understanding broader social, cultural, economic and environmental factors affecting HIV transmission, and lives lived with HIV, for children and adults, women and men, in Africa and elsewhere. We also consider the contextual complexities of adapting and implementing HIV and AIDS interventions to different settings.
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Disclosure is a frequently used but rarely interrogated concept in health and social welfare: abuse, disability, sexuality and health status can all be ‘disclosed’ to peers and professionals. This innovative collection examines the social and political implications of disclosure practices in health and illness.
Drawing on a wide range of methodologies, the book documents a diverse portfolio of religious responses to HIV and AIDS on the local and global levels. It seeks to examine the role of religious institutions and cultures as key players in civil society, and to examine not only psychological factors, but social, cultural, economic and political dimensions of religious responses to the AIDS epidemic.
Sex and Sexualities in Contemporary Indonesia: Sexual Politics, Health, Diversity and Representations
Edited by Linda Rae Bennett, Sharyn Graham Davies
Sex, sexuality and sexual relationships are hotly debated in Indonesia, triggering complex and often passionate responses. This innovative volume explores these issues in a variety of ways.
Bringing together anthropologists, sociologists and cultural studies scholars, this volume highlights the complex ways in which sexuality is expressed and enacted through local ideologies, global identities and material cultures, and their influence on people’s sexual health and wellbeing.
Early diagnosis, treatment and prevention of HIV and other STIs is germane to promoting the sexual health of college students and reducing high HIV/STI infection rates among young people. This edited volume will provide innovative and cutting-edge approaches to prevention for college students and will have a major impact in advancing the interdisciplinary fields of higher education and public health.