Psychology and AIDS Exchange Newsletter
April 2011 Download Issue (PDF, 2.4MB)
Lisa Bowleg, PhD asks...where are the heterosexually active men in HIV prevention theory, research and interventions?
In This Issue
- About this issue
Rather than simply reviewing or highlighting literature that can be found elsewhere, this issue’s aim is to pose interesting questions and ideas about topics not widely explored elsewhere
- Targeting heterosexual men in HIV prevention interventions
Rather than fostering sexual protective beliefs, traditional male gender roles emphasize sexual risk-taking and a sexual double standard
- The truth about the “Down Low”
The variable receiving the most attention in the discussion in public health journals and the media of HIV among Black men is the role of sexual identification
- Spotlight on Straight Up!
A safe haven for heterosexual men of color
- Doing what has to be done
The circle of caring women behind Straight Up!
- A personal perspective
Heterosexual, male, handsome and HIV positive
- Committee On Psychology and AIDS (COPA)
Members have been working on a policy resolution titled "Resolution on Combining Biomedical and Behavioral Approaches to Optimize HIV Prevention and Care"
- Ad Hoc Committee on Psychology and AIDS
COPA is seeking nominations for three new members whose term will begin on January 1, 2012
- AIDS programs at APA
The Office on AIDS provides training and capacity-building assistance on a wide range of HIV/AIDS-related topics
- Public policy
Opportunities and challenges for domestic HIV/AIDS programs in the 112th Congress