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TRACK D: Social, Behavioural and Economic Science

Social and Economic Contexts 
  • D1 Social class, poverty and socioeconomic stratification
  • D2 Mobile and immigrant populations (including people living with HIV)
  • D3 Family, orphans and other vulnerable children and their care-givers
  • D4 Violence: gender, social, structural and family-based
  • D5 Nutrition, infant feeding and poverty (including people living with HIV)
  • D6 Media and cultural representations
  • D7 Religious institutions and faith communities
  • D8 Cultural understandings of illness and caring
Gender, Age, Race and Ethnicity  
  • D9 Gender inequalities, partners and relationships
  • D10 Specific issues in prevention, treatment and care for women and girls
  • D11 Transgender and intersexual people
  • D12 Prevention among adolescents and youth
  • D13 Race, racism and ethnicity
Sexuality and Sexual Cultures 
  • D14 Sexual meanings, identities and communities
  • D15 Non-heterosexual populations
  • D16 Effects of homophobia
  • D17 Young people and sexuality
  • D18 Social and cultural factors influencing HIV vulnerability and prevention
  • D19 Reproductive health, fertility, sexuality and HIV prevention strategies
  • D20 Collective and individual sexual rights
  • D21 Abstinence, monogamy and sexual fidelity
  • D22 Sex work and other forms of transactional sex
Drug and Substance Use 
  • D23 Drug and alcohol use, social exclusion, social supports and other psycho-social issues
  • D24 Risk behaviour, quality of life and access to care in harm reduction approaches
Living with HIV/AIDS 
  • D25 Adaptation to living with HIV for individuals, families and communities
  • D26 Seropositivity: social identity, disclosure and vulnerability
  • D27 Growing up with HIV/AIDS: early infection, children and youth
  • D28 Sexual and reproductive health and fertility: considerations and rights
  • D29 Discrimination, stigma, social exclusion and criminalisation
  • D30 HIV/AIDS and the workplace, unemployment, return to work and rehabilitation
  • D31 Living with ART: impact, quality of life, body change and sexual behavior
  • D32 Living with co-infections: TB and HIV, HCV, HPV and HIV
  • D33 Psychological well being and mental health
  • D34 Aging with HIV
Economic, Social and Related Issues 
  • D35 Globalization and its effects, including structural adjustment and health sector reform
  • D36 Economic and human development dimensions of the epidemic
  • D37 Access and availability of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, health services and mental health
  • D38 Trade, patents and pharmaceutical production and availability
  • D39 Economic evaluation of prevention, care and mitigation programmes (including cost effectiveness)
  • D40 Roles and responsibilities of the state, civil society and private and business sectors
  • D41 Sustainability of ART programmes and adherence in developing countries
  • D42 Economic strengthening initiatives (including micro-finance, health insurance, etc.)
  • D43 Human resources and health systems
  • D44 Social, psychological and behavioural aspects of HIV testing, counselling and prevention
Social, Behavioural and Economic Methods and Theories 
  • D45 Social and behavioural change theories, limits and possibilities
  • D46 Ethnographic methods in HIV/AIDS research
  • D47 Socio-historical analyses of HIV/AIDS: the third decade
  • D48 Involvement of PLWHA and other affected people in the research process
  • D49 Community participation in research
  • D50 Methods for measuring vulnerability and social inequality
Evaluation of AIDS National Programmes and Responses 
  • D51 Efficiency and equity in access to treatment and prevention
  • D52 Cross-national comparisons
  • D53 Impact of donor agencies and policies on national responses
  • D54 Sustainability of financing

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