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2008 Randomized trial of a community-based alcohol-related HIV risk-reduction intervention for men and women in Cape Town South Africa

BACKGROUND: HIV is devastating southern Africa and alcohol use is closely related to HIV transmission risks. PURPOSE: The current study test...

2008 Screening and brief advice for risky substance users among charismatic and main stream churches in South Africa

The aim of the study was to investigate screening and brief advice for risky substance users among charismatic and main stream churches in S...

2007 HIV/AIDS risk reduction counseling for alcohol using sexually transmitted infections clinic patients in Cape Town, South Africa

HIV is ravaging southern Africa, and HIV transmission risk behaviors are facilitated by alcohol use in sexual contexts. There are no known ...

2007 Alcohol use and sexual risks for HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa: systematic review of empirical findings

Alcohol consumption is associated with risks for sexually transmitted infections (STI), including HIV/AIDS. In this paper, we systematicall...