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South African national HIV prevalence, incidence, behaviour and communication survey, 2008: a turning tide among teenagers?
This report is the third in a series of population-based HIV seroprevalence surveys that started in 2002 and were repeated in 2005 and again in 2008. The survey found that South Africas HIV epidemic… Expand
National HIV incidence measures--new insights into the South African epidemic.
- T. Rehle, O. Shisana, V. Pillay, K. Zuma, A. Puren, W. Parker
- South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse…
- 1 March 2007
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Currently South Africa does not have national HIV incidence data based on laboratory testing of blood specimens. The 2005 South African national HIV household survey was… Expand
South African national HIV prevalence incidence behaviour and communication survey 2008: the health of our children.
This report presents research findings from a population-based household survey on the general health status of infants children and adolescents in South Africa. the survey addressed morbidity use of… Expand
Gender differences in HIV disclosure, stigma, and perceptions of health
HIV disclosure is a gateway to HIV prevention – particularly among couples living in regions severely affected by the HIV epidemic. This cross-sectional study utilizes data collected from 862 people… Expand
HIV/AIDS, economics and governance in South Africa : key issues in understanding response
Contact information The Centre for AIDS Development, Research and Evaluation (Cadre) is a South African non-profit organisation with offices in Johanesburg and Grahamstown. This literature review and… Expand
What's news : perspectives on HIV/AIDS in the South African media
Reconceptualising behaviour change in the HIV / AIDS context
In this chapter the authors look closely and critically at the concept of ‘behaviour change’, a concept which has been much used in programmes designed to reduce HIV transmission. It is argued that… Expand
Impact of National HIV and AIDS Communication Campaigns in South Africa to Reduce HIV Risk Behaviour
- K. Peltzer, W. Parker, M. Mabaso, Elias Makonko, K. Zuma, S. Ramlagan
- 8 November 2012
In South Africa social and behavioural communication interventions are a critical component of HIV/AIDS prevention, and numerous communication campaigns have been implemented intensively across the… Expand
On the move : the response of public transport commuters to HIV/AIDS in South Africa
Action media: consultation, collaboration and empowerment in health promotion
- W. Parker
Action media is a methodology for the development of media products that integrates the interests of both the communicator and representatives of target audiences within a health promotion context.… Expand