Transcriptions

HIV, Science, and the Social

A collaborative forum for critical enquiry on HIV/AIDS and global health: experiment, ethics, and practice

Early Career Scholar’s Network Events at the Association for Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV (ASSHH) Paris Conference

The Association for Social Sciences and Humanities in HIV conference in Paris presents an ideal opportunity to establish an open assemblage of early career researchers and scholars connected through a shared engagement in HIV/AIDS. By coming together and forming this collective, we hope to institute a space in which to provoke and facilitate dialogue and collaboration amongst early career scholars …

Announcements

Final Call for Abstracts: 2nd International HIV Social Sciences and Humanities Conference

FINAL CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

REMINDER: Closing date for abstract submission is on the 01 February 2013, please remember to go online and submit your abstract to meet the deadline.

HOW to SUBMIT
Submissions for abstracts will be available on ASSHH conference website www.asshhconference.org between 1 November 2012 and 1 February 2013.  Contact details of the programme organising committee and …

Web Roundups

Transcriptions – Broadsheets – November 2012

Welcome to this November Broadsheets, summarizing recent news-making after the 2012 AIDS Conference. I have once again categorized trending stories, using the previous Broadsheets themes because they continue to be useful for organising circulating topics.  Categories have also been modified to better fit emerging stories.

Expansions

Where do things stand with PrEP?
Previous Broadsheets covered the U.S. FDA’s approval of …

Features

Treatment as Prevention: recognising the creative potential of antiretroviral medications

On the 12th of June 2012 I attended a summit organised by The International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care (IAPAC) and the British HIV Association (BHIVA). It focused on implementation challenges and opportunities of biomedical prevention, TasP and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), and was titled “Controlling the HIV Epidemic with Antiretrovirals”. The conference facilitated discussion on the use of …

Features

Recently-funded Transdisciplinary Integrated HIV Prevention Project: Overview and challenges

[Editorial: Since April 2012, Transcriptions has been an eclectic group of scholars/activists interested in building a critical engagement between disciplines and fields of action on the intersections of global health and HIV. We’ve been intentionally open and sought to include activists, physicians, epidemiologists, anthropologists, policy makers, and others in an interdisciplinary conversation. Some of us met at the inaugural