FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN
Both/And: Thoughts on Next Steps in
the Response to HIV in South Africa
A/Prof. Christopher J. Colvin
Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences
UCT School of Public Health and Family Medicine
cutting edge research
world class training and education
partnering for patient-centred health services
Suggested Highlights
Men’s experiences/practices wrt HIV and GBV
HCT ‘hot spots’
Key populations
HIV risks of sex work criminalisation
Under-recognition of heterosexual anal sex as
a risk factor
Age-disparate relationships and marriage
University of Cape Town
Faculty of Health Sciences
‘Both/And’ in our Response
Both description and theory
Both evidence and intervention
Both normalisation and exceptionalism
University of Cape Town
Faculty of Health Sciences
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Colvin Response to HIV in South Africa