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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): Developing interventions to simultaneously prevent STIs, HIV and Pregnancy – Presentation

Panel session at the 2015 ISSTDR World STI & HIV Congress in Brisbane, Australia

Co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Bixby Center, the Initiative for MPTs (IMPT), and the Australian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA), this panel session presented exciting new research relevant to non-HIV STI MPTs, including information on new products in the MPT pipeline especially relevant to the prevention of STIs.

Chairs: Carolyn Deal (NIAID) & Anke Hemmerling (IMPT/UCSF)
Rapporteur: Craig Cohen (UCSF)

Speakers:
Marlene Kong (Kirby Institute University of New South Wales, Australia)
An Aboriginal woman’s perspective on MPTs

Vivian Black (Wits Reproductive Health & HIV Institute)
Overview and pipeline of MPTs relevant to the prevention of STIs

Erin Schelar (USAID)
Global mapping of STIs, HIV and unplanned pregnancy: where do these epidemics intersect?

Okeoma Mmeje (University of Michigan)
Making the case for MPTs: prevention of infertility and other STI sequelae

Bridget Haire (Kirby Institute University of New South Wales, Australia)
The unmet need and potential application of MPTs for rectal use: implications for women and MSM at risk of STIs and HIV

September 2015

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Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): Developing interventions to simultaneously prevent STIs, HIV and Pregnancy – Presentation

Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): Developing interventions to simultaneously prevent STIs, HIV and Pregnancy - Presentation
16 September 2015

Panel session at the 2015 ISSTDR World STI & HIV Congress in Brisbane, Australia

Co-sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) Bixby Center, the Initiative for MPTs (IMPT), and the Australian Sexual Health Alliance (ASHA), this panel session presented exciting new research relevant to non-HIV STI MPTs, including information on new products in the MPT pipeline especially relevant to the prevention of STIs.

Chairs: Carolyn Deal (NIAID) & Anke Hemmerling (IMPT/UCSF)
Rapporteur: Craig Cohen (UCSF)

Speakers:
Marlene Kong (Kirby Institute University of New South Wales, Australia)
An Aboriginal woman’s perspective on MPTs

Vivian Black (Wits Reproductive Health & HIV Institute)
Overview and pipeline of MPTs relevant to the prevention of STIs

Erin Schelar (USAID)
Global mapping of STIs, HIV and unplanned pregnancy: where do these epidemics intersect?

Okeoma Mmeje (University of Michigan)
Making the case for MPTs: prevention of infertility and other STI sequelae

Bridget Haire (Kirby Institute University of New South Wales, Australia)
The unmet need and potential application of MPTs for rectal use: implications for women and MSM at risk of STIs and HIV

Kong M., Black V., Schelar E., Mmeje O., Haire B.

In this Presentation:
Health Risk(s):

  • HIV
  • STI / STD
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Product Type(s):

  • MPTs
  • Topic(s):

  • Education
  • MPTs
  • Region(s):

  • Global

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    Resource Type:

    Presentation

    Citation:

    Panel session at the 2015 ISSTDR World STI & HIV Congress in Brisbane Australia, Brisbane, Australia

    Authors:

    Kong M., Black V., Schelar E., Mmeje O., Haire B.

    Health Risks(s):

    • HIV
    • STI / STD
    • Unintended Pregnancy

    Product type(s):

    • MPTs

    Topic(s):

    • Education
    • MPTs

      Region(s)

      • Global

      Additional Keywords:

      IMPT Education MPTs Unintended Pregnancy

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