Vol 14 Supplement 2 (2011)

Bridging the social and the biomedical: engaging the social and political sciences in HIV research

Table of Contents

Introduction

Bridging the social and the biomedical: engaging the social and political sciences in HIV research
Susan C Kippax, Martin Holt, Samuel R Friedman
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Review

Epistemic fault lines in biomedical and social approaches to HIV prevention
Barry D Adam
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Research

Critically engaging: integrating the social and the biomedical in international microbicides research
Catherine M Montgomery, Robert Pool
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Conceptual and methodological challenges to measuring political commitment to respond to HIV
Ashley M Fox, Allison B Goldberg, Radhika J Gore, Till Bäringhausen
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From population to HIV: the organizational and structural determinants of HIV outcomes in sub-Saharan Africa
Rachel Sullivan Robinson
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How funding structures for HIV/AIDS research shape outputs and utilization: a Swiss case study
Kathrin Frey, Daniel Kübler
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Commentary

Framing the social in biomedical HIV prevention trials: a 20-year retrospective
Kathleen M MacQueen
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