Session 11:
Sexual Behavior, Contraceptive Use, and HIV

Thursday, May 1
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Tremont
1st Floor

Discussant: Stella Babalola, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Anastasia J. Gage, Tulane University

  1. Reported Partnership Concurrency and HIV Incidence among Married Couples in Two Population-Based Cohort Studies in Rural UgandaElizabeth A. Sully, Princeton University; Fred Nalugoda, Rakai Health Sciences Program; Kenneth Ekoru, MRC/UVRI Uganda Research Unit on AIDS; Tom Lutalo, Rakai Health Sciences Program; Janet Seeley, MRC/UVRI Uganda Research Unit on AIDS

  2. Contraceptive Use, Pregnancy Negotiation, and Associated Challenges among HIV-Discordant Couples in Moshi Urban, Tanzania: Mixed Method StudyTamara H. Hussein, Better Health for African Mother and Child; Melina Mgongo, Better Health for African Mother and Child; Beatrice Kisanga, Better Health for African Mother and Child and Majengo Health Centre; Jacqueline G. Uriyo, Better Health for African Mother and Child and Oslo University Rikshospitalet; Babill Stray-Pedersen, University of Oslo; Sia Msuya, Killimanjaro Christian University College, Moshi

  3. Ambivalence in Pregnancy Intentions: The Effect of Quality of Care and Context among a Cohort of Women Attending Family Planning Clinics in KenyaEliud Wekesa, Population Council; Ian D. Askew, Population Council; Timothy Abuya, Population Council

  4. Shifts in Contraception Use across Relationship Trajectories: A Longitudinal, Couple-Level Study on the Effects of Fertility Preferences and Perceived HIV Risk on Contraceptive Use and Method Choice in Rural MalawiHannah E. Furnas, Pennsylvania State University

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