EHPSA-funded researchers presented findings throughout the conference.
- The case for social protection for HIV-Positive Children on antiretroviral treatment in Eastern and Southern Africa Panel. Gittings, L. Toska, E. Cluver, L. Hodes, R. Zungu, M, Mzantsi Wakho
- Preventing HIV in young women in Africa – the importance of social protection, Prof Lucie Cluver, Mzantsi Wakho
- Acceptability of an HIV Prevention package among young people, Dr Kwame Shanaube, PopART for Youth, P-ART-Y
- Devil’s medicine or complementary care? Biomedical beliefs and practices amongst traditional health practitioners in South Africa. Lesley Gittings, Mzantsi Wakho
- Filling the gaps: What evidence is there that a holistic approach to children, families and communities can maximise testing, treatment and care, Prof Lucie Cluver, Mzantsi Wakho
- The third generation of HIV: World first longitudinal study of pregnancy in adolescents living with HIV, Dr Elona Toska, Mantsi Wakho
- Psychosocial wellbeing of adolescent girls and young women, Dr Elona Toska, Mzantsi Wakho
- Case studies from AHISA members, Dr Nora Rosenberg, Girl Power
- Integrated youth-friendly health services lead to substantial improvements in uptake of HIV testing, condoms, and hormonal contraception among adolescent girls and young women in Malawi, Dr Nora Rosenberg, Girl Power.
- 90-90-48: The reality of viral suppression among ART-initiated adolescents in South Africa. Roxanna Haghighat, Mzantsi Wakho.
- Socio-structural protection from internalised HIV stigma among South African adolescents living with HIV, Dr Marija Pantelic, Mzantsi Wakho.
- Integrating gender-based violence screening and support into HIV counselling and testing for adolescent girls and young women accessing PrEP in South Africa and Tanzania - experiences from the EMPOWER study,Dr Manuela Colombini, EMPOWER.
- Empowerment clubs did not increase PrEP continuation among adolescent girls and young women in South Africa and Tanzania – Results from the EMPOWER randomised trial, Dr Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, EMPOWER.