World HIV Day RTI Presentation: Voices from the Field

December 2, 2020

The most critical aspect to the success of any research project is a strong on-the-ground team. This World HIV Day, we heard from researchers across three different sections of RTI’s Global Public Health Impact Center on their global HIV prevention and treatment projects, including projects in South Africa, South Sudan, Zimbabwe, and the United States. Each presentation consisted of unique HIV-focused projects and their impact, and testimonials from project staff working to conduct the studies in the field. Presenters also shared their teams’ views and experiences fielding the projects during COVID-19.

Below is a list of each study or project mentioned that has information available online:

Women’s Global Health Imperative (WGHI)

Women’s Global Health Imperative

iPrevent Study: South African MSM HIV Prevention

TIP Program for Long-Acting HIV prevention

SAMURAI Study

CUPID

End-user research for the development of an implant to prevent unintended pregnancy and HIV prevention

Substance Use, Gender, and Applied Research (SUGAR)

Substance Use, Gender, and Applied Research

The PrEPARE Pretoria Project

Global Public Health Science and Practice

Seroprevalence and Behavioral Epidemiology Risk Survey (SABERS)

DHAPP