• Date: October 21-25, 2018
  • Start Time: 8:00 am
    End Time: 6:00 pm
  • Location: Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel, Madrid, Spain

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ICAP at HIVR4P 2018


Monday, October 22
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Satellite Session (Bristol)

Current State of Play: PrEP Implementation Updates and Challenges
Hosted by: ICAP at Columbia University, World Health Organization (WHO), AVAC, CHAI, and HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN)

This session will provide participants with an update on where we are with PrEP and future products, current understanding of the different approaches to oral PrEP implementation in low- and middle-income countries, the challenges faced and solutions found in efforts to scale-up programs. Panel discussions will elicit the perspectives from key experts and include debate on current controversies when considering and prioritizing PrEP implementation.

More information on the HIVR4P website

Satellite recordings available here


Wednesday, October 24
10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Symposium Session (Marsella, Burdeos & Estrasburgo)

SY11 – ARVs for Prevention in Women of Childbearing Age

Chairs:

  • Susan Buchbinder, San Francisco Department of Public Health, United States
  • Gita Ramjee, South African Medical Research Council, South Africa

Presentations:

  • SY11.01 – No Woman Left Behind: An Ethical Framework for Prevention Studies in Reproductive Age Women
    Annie Lyerly, University of North Carolina, United States
  • SY11.02 – Efavirenz and Dolutegravir: A Tale of Two ARVs
    Elaine Abrams, Columbia University, United States
  • SY11.03 – Studying Periconception Outcomes in Women on ARVs in Brazil
    Adele Benzaken, Ministry of Health, Brazil, Brazil
  • SY11.04 – Striking a Balance
    Sharon Hillier, University of Pittsburgh, United States

More information on the HIVR4P website

View Elaine Abrams’ presentation here

View AVAC article on HIVR4P presentations here

 

ICAP Oral and Poster Presentations


Factors Associated with Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Adherence in Black Men who have Sex with Men and Transgender Women in a Community Setting

Presented by: Julie Franks for Paul Colson


What We Talk about when We Talk about Risk: Perceived Sources of HIV Risk among Young Female Sex Workers and their Male Clients in Kisumu, Kenya

Presented by: Julie Franks


PrEP “Can Make You Have Peace”: Perspectives on PrEP among Young Female Sex Workers and their Male Clients in Kisumu, Kenya

Presented by: Joanne Mantell


Population Characteristics and Implications for Prevention Interventions for Young Female Sex Workers in Kisumu, Kenya

Presented by: Julie Franks for Allison Zerbe
Oral poster discussion: Date and time TBA


Undercurrents of Sex Work: Characteristics and Experiences of Female Sex Workers in Kisumu, Kenya

Presented by: Kawango Agot
Oral poster discussion: Date and time TBA


“It takes two to tango”: Negotiating condom use among female sex workers and their male clients in Kisumu, Kenya

Presented by: Kawango Agot


Interactions between young female sex workers and their paying and non-paying sexual partners in western Kenya: Implications for HIV prevention interventions

Presented by: Dan Omollo


Challenges to Collecting PrEP Adherence Data in the New York City (NYC) Site of the HPTN 067 Study

Presented by: Sharon Mannheimer

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