HIV/AIDS related articles

Academic Study Finds Racial Differences in How Doctors Converse With HIV Patients

Academic Study Finds Racial Differences in How Doctors Converse With HIV Patients

Healthcare providers talked about strict adherence to a drug regimen with Black patients more so than they did with White patients, regardless of whether there had been a problem with sticking to the regimen.

Two Universities Work to Battle HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Two Universities Work to Battle HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Brown University has formed a new partnership with the University of Cape Town in South Africa to train the next generation of social scientists who will confront the HIV/AIDS epidemic in southern Africa. About one in six adults in South Africa is living with HIV.

Harvard-Trained Doctor Named to Head United Nations Effort on HIV/AIDS in Africa

Harvard-Trained Doctor Named to Head United Nations Effort on HIV/AIDS in Africa

Dr. Speciosa Wandira-Kasibwe is a senior adviser to the president of Uganda on population and health. From 1993 to 2004, she served as vice president of Uganda, the first woman in Africa to hold such a position.

Scholar Examines Attitudes of African Immigrants on Sex and HIV/AIDS

Scholar Examines Attitudes of African Immigrants on Sex and HIV/AIDS

Matthew Asare recently competed his doctorate at the University of Cincinnati and is a visiting professor at Northern Kentucky University.