Tag: HIV

Screenshots of the Field: Viral Loads and the Contagious Potentials of Digital Ethnography

Tankut Atuk , March 30th, 2021


Over the course of the past six months, I have been actively doing fieldwork on HIV care in Turkey on Zoom. Believe it or not, for an anxious…


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Covid-19 and the plight of youth living with HIV in South Africa

Millicent Atujuna , January 28th, 2021


Long before South Africa was hit by Covid-19, youth living with HIV identified stigma as one of the major challenges they face every day. In my ongoing qualitative…


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In the Journals – Prisons and Pandemics

allisontedesco , July 13th, 2020


Prisoners’ Round by Vincent Van Gogh via wikimedia Welcome back to In the Journals! My name is Ally, I am a graduate student beginning a Master’s in Anthropology at…


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PrEP in Thailand in the time of COVID-19

Timothy Quinn , June 30th, 2020


In 2012, the first PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) drugs came onto the market, poised to revolutionize the field of HIV prevention. ‘The Pill’ promised to usher in a kind…


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1st December: “World Aids Day” Всемирный день борьбы со СПИДом – ВИЧ и коренные народы Севера в России HIV and indigenous peoples in Russia

Stephan Dudeck , December 4th, 2019


(English version see blow) picture: WHO/ВОЗ В связи с этой датой хотелось бы обратить внимание на один аспект эпидемия ВИЧ инфекции в России, который еще недостаточно изучен и мало…


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World STI & HIV Congress day 2

Paul Mason , September 14th, 2015


A summary of the second day of the World STI and HIV congress in Brisbane, Australia. Read on… Morning Session on Publishing and Grant Writing for early career…


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STI, HIV, AIDS, TB, conferences of this month

Paul Mason , August 6th, 2015


The Joint World STI & HIV & ASHM Congress starts on Sunday 13 September 2015 at the Brisbance Convention Centre! That’s today (in local time)!!! It is the first time the International So…


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Rezension zu ‚Scrambling for Africa‘ von Johanna T. Crane

Konstantin Biehl , July 16th, 2015


Rezension zu: Johanna Taylor Crane 2013 Scrambling for Africa: AIDS, Expertise, and the Rise of American Global Health Science. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press   Johanna Crane beschreibt…


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