Session 44:
Fertility and Family Planning in the Context of HIV/AIDS

Thursday, March 31
1:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Coolidge
Mezzanine Level

Chair: Scott Radloff, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
Discussant: Eliya M. Zulu, African Institute for Development Policy Research (AFIDEP)

  1. Enough Children: Reproduction, Risk, and “Unmet Need” among People Receiving Antiretroviral Treatment in Western UgandaAmy Kaler, University of Alberta

  2. Predictors of Contraceptive Attitudes and Use among HIV-Positive and HIV-Negative Rwandan WomenAdebola Adedimeji, Institute for Public Health Sciences (IPHS); Donald R. Hoover, Rutgers University; Qiuhu Shi, New York Medical College, John Stroger Hospital and Rush University; Mardge H. Cohen, John Stroger Hospital and Rush University; Eugene Mutimura, Women's Equity in Access to Care and Treatment (WE-ACTx); Agnes Binagwaho, Ministry of Health, Rwanda; Kathryn Anastos, Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine

  3. The Effects of HIV-Related Health Services on the Relationship between HIV Status and Fertility Preferences and Contraceptive Use in Nigeria and ZambiaAkinrinola Bankole, Guttmacher Institute; Isaac Adewole, University of Ibadan; Olutosin Awulode, University of Ibadan; Kumbutso Dzekedzeke, Independent Consultant

  4. Fertility Intentions and Perceptions: A Case Study of ZambiaAnn M. Moore, Guttmacher Institute; Olutosin Awulode, University of Ibadan; Adesina Oladokun, University of Ibadan; Namuunda Mutombo, University of Zambia

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