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Welcome to AIDSlinks

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The University of Pretoria (UP) established the Centre for the Study of AIDS (CSA) in 1999 to mainstream HIV/AIDS through all aspects of University's core business activities. Its mission was to understand the complexities of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa and to develop effective ways of ensuring that all the students and staff of the University are prepared both professionally and personally to deal with HIV and AIDS as it unfolds in South African society. 


The CSA wishes to introduce this online database for HIV researchers and interested parties. The aim of this initiative is for the CSA to deliver on its mandate to expand on research programmes by creating linkages between researchers within the HIV arena and consequently encourage and support increased multi-disciplinary HIV research.


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Publications:

Centre for the Study of Aids


Surname: Crewe
Initials: M
Title: Mrs


HIV Publications:

Crewe, M. AIDS in South Africa: The Myth and the Reality, London: Penguin Forum Series, 1992.


Crewe, M. “Face of the Future”, Siyaya, 1999; 6:54-58.


Crewe, M. “We must deal urgently and purposefully with the HIV/AIDS emergency in and through the education and training system”, Quarterly Review, 1999; 6(3):47-53.


Crewe, M. They Roam the Landscape Like Packs of Leaderless Dogs: AIDS, Activism, and the Role of Universities, Roma: National University of Lesotho, 2000.


Crewe, M. “Hurry up, for we are all dying of AIDS!”, The Innes Labour Brief, 2000; 11(3):34-43.


Crewe, M. “HIV/AIDS and Tertiary Education: New Possibilities, New Hope”, SAFAIDS News, 2000; 8(2):31-33.


Crewe, M. “What is it like to be involved in the planning of AIDS 2000?”, AIDS Bulletin, 2000; 9(2):27-30.


Crewe, M. “How do we make sense of President Mbeki?”, AIDS Analysis Africa, 2000; 11(1):24-26.


Crewe, M. “South Africa: Touched by the Vengeanance of AIDS, Response to the South African Epidemic”, South African Journal of International Affairs, 2000; Vol. 7; 2.


Crewe, M. “Countering Myths about HIV/AIDS”, The Innes Labour Brief, 2000; 11(4):1-7.

Aggleton P and Crewe M African AIDS – AIDS and Racism South African Journal of International Affairs, vol 10, issue 1 Summer 2003, p139 -150


Crewe, M Commentary Reflections on the South African HIV/AIDS Epidemic; Society in Transition Vol 33 #3 2002


Crewe M – Series Editor: AIDS Review 2000 To the Edge, 2001 Who Cares, 2002 Whose Right, 2003 Over Extended, 2004 (un) Real, Buckling 2005, 2005 What’s Cooking


Crewe, M HIV/AIDS and its impact on South African education - overview of the South African HIV/AIDS and Life Skills Project to develop and education-based response to HIV and AIDS. Siyafunda (Partners in Learning), Shula Marks (ed), 2002, pp 85-98 Canon Collins Educational Trust, London


Crewe, M Overview of the education and health responses to HIV/AIDS in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo provinces – what hope for a multi sectoral response – DFID


Crewe, M. 2006. Discussion paper - Orphans: Accessing foster grants; adoptions and institutional care. Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria.


Crewe, M. 2006. Education: the forgotten side of Prevention. Address at the International AIDS Conference Toronto, 15th August 2006.


Crewe, M. 2006. Review and discussion of the HIV and AIDS programme: Anglo Platinum. Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria.


Crewe, M. 2006. Imagined Futures. Opening address at the 'Imagined Futures - Student leadership in a time of AIDS' conference. Pretoria, South Africa, 27-28 September 2006.


Crewe, M. 2006. The impact of HIV and AIDS on societies in South(ern) Africa. Presentation at the XVI World Congress of Sociology, 23-29 July 2006. Durban, South Africa.


Crewe, M. 2006. The Interface of HIV and AIDS with development, gender, the rule of law, democracy and human rights. Centre for the Study of AIDS, University of Pretoria.


Crewe, M. & Maritz, J. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Higher Education - Imagined Futures. Conference: How to strengthen institutions of higher education in the South? Oslo, Norway, 16-17 November 2006.


Crewe, M., Kuboni, V., Machawira, P., Mampane, R., Maritz, J., Mohlahlane, R., Mphuting, P., Pieterse, J., Sarumi, R. & Van Wyk, B. 2006. Regional Citizenship: The Politics, Philosophy and Economics of HIV and AIDS. An Evaluation of the UNICEF Multi-Country Life Skills Initiative. UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office. Nairobi.


Fox, AM, Jackson, SS, Hansen, NB, Gasa, N, Crewe, M & Sikkema, KJ 2007, 'In their own voices : a qualitative study of women's risk for intimate partner violence and HIV in South Africa', Violence Against Women, vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 583-602. (downlaod pdf)




Surname: Brouard
Initials: PW
Title: Mr

HIV Publications:


Brouard, P. & Langford, T. 2006. From Vulnerability to Sustainability: Food & Security in a World of HIV and AIDS. Report: VSO-RAISA Regional Conference Pretoria, South Africa. 1-3 November 2006.


Brouard, P. & Willis, C. 2006. A closer look: the internalisation of stigma related to HIV. For the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) by the Centre for the Study of AIDS and POLICY/South Africa.


Brouard, P, Maritz, J, Mohlahlane, R, Pieterse, J, Van Wyk, B, Zuberi, F. 2006. HIV/AIDS in South Africa 2006. Course companion to the CSA Entry Level Course and general information resource. Centre for the Study of AIDS.


Brouard, P. 2007. Access of vulnerable groups to health. Centre for Applied Legal Studies conference on socio-economic rights to held from 28th to 30th October 2007 in Johannesburg.


Brouard, P. 2007. MSM/WSW and HIV/AIDS prevention: evidence-based approaches. At the Expert Meeting on MSM/WSW and HIV/AIDS prevention. Schörer Foundation in Amsterdam, 27 and 28 September.


Brouard, P. 2007. Sociological aspects of HIV prevention in the workplace. SABCOHA expert meeting in Johannesburg on 4 October.


Brouard, P. 2007. Stigma is complex, but an integrated approach can work… HIV-related stigma and discrimination – what can we do?. AIDS Legal Quarterly (ALQ). AIDS Legal Network Newsletter. September 2007.


Brouard, P & Mohlahlane, R. 2007. Skills building session: HIV stigma. South African AIDS conference, Durban.



Surname: Maritz
Initials: J
Title: Mr.

HIV Publications:

Crewe, M. & Maritz, J. 2006. HIV/AIDS and Higher Education - Imagined Futures. Conference: How to strengthen institutions of higher education in the South? Oslo, Norway, 16-17 November 2006.


Crewe, M., Kuboni, V., Machawira, P., Mampane, R., Maritz, J., Mohlahlane, R., Mphuting, P., Pieterse, J., Sarumi, R. & Van Wyk, B. 2006. Regional Citizenship: The Politics, Philosophy and Economics of HIV and AIDS. An Evaluation of the UNICEF Multi-Country Life Skills Initiative. UNICEF Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office. Nairobi.


Brouard, P, Maritz, J, Mohlahlane, R, Pieterse, J, Van Wyk, B, Zuberi, F. 2006. HIV/AIDS in South Africa 2006. Course companion to the CSA Entry Level Course and general information resource. Centre for the Study of AIDS.


Ebersohn L, Maritz, J, Mampane, R, Maritz, G, Mboweni, H, Lubbe, C, & Pieterse, J. 2006. Co-constructing child

friendly environments: Reflecting on process and relationships in collaborative methodology.Paper presented to the Education Association of South Africa, Bloemfontein, January 2006.


Maritz, J, Mampane, R, Ebersohn, L, Maritz, G, Lubbe, C, Mboweni, H, & Pieterse, J. 2006. Delivery of silence - why do learners in a high prevalence setting not voice HIV/AIDS as a risk? Poster presented at Toronto AIDS Conference, August 2006.




Surname: Ramaroson
Initials: M
Title: Ms


HIV Publications:

LLM Dissertation: The human right of HIV positive persons to non-discrimination in getting life insurance in South Africa. (download pdf)




Economic & Management Sciences


Surname: Du Bruyn
Initials: R
Title: Dr.

Department: Accounting

HIV Publications:

Du Bruyn, R 2006, 'The status of HIV/Aids reporting', Accountancy SA, pp. 24-27. (download pdf)


Du Bruyn, R & Venter, JMP 2006, 'An analysis of the impact of King II on HIV/AIDS disclosure in annual reports', Southern African Business Review, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 1-16. (download pdf)




Surname: Jordaan

Initials: AC
Title: Prof.
Department: Economics

HIV Publications:

Oni, SA, Obi, CL, Okone, A, Thabede, D & Jordaan, A 2002, 'The economic impact of HIV/AIDS on rural households in Limpopo Province', The South African Journal of Economics, vol. 70, no. 7, pp.551-562. (download pdf)




Surname: Van Dijk

Initials: HG
Title: Prof

HIV Publications:

Van Dijk, HG & Dlamini, L 2006, 'Planning for HIV/AIDS in the Department of Public Enterprises', Journal of Public Administration, vol. 41, no. 4.1, pp. 913-924. (download pdf)


Education


Surname: Beckmann
Initials: JL
Title: Prof.

Department: Education Management and Policy Studies

HIV Publications:


Beckmann JL, De Waal E: 2006. Protecting the South African education system against the HIV/AIDS pandemic. In South African Education Law and Policy Association (SAELPA) 2006 Conference: The Best Interest of the Child, South African Education Law and Policy Assocation, pp 659-681.


Prinsloo J, Beckmann JL: 2000. HIV/AIDS and the Learner. In: Introduction to Child Law in South Africa, Juta & Co Ltd, Cape Town, pp 317-339.


Beckmann JL: Professional training and education for teachers; The management challenge of the national policy on HIV/AIDS for learners and educators: Is it feasible? South African Education Law and Policy Association (SAELPA)/ Education Management Association of South Africa (EMASA) International 2000 Conference, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 8-10 Mar 2000





Surname: Ebersöhn
Initials: L

Title: Prof.
Department: Education Psychology

HIV Publications:


Ebersöhn, L. forthcoming – June 2008. Children’s resilience as assets for Safe Schools. Journal of Psychology in Africa, June 2008.

Ferreira, R., Ebersöhn, L. & Loots, T. accepted for publication in August 2008. Bate-mobilisering as moontlike strategie vir die hantering van MIV/VIGS. Acta Academica.


Ebersöhn, L. (Editor). (Forthcoming, 2008). From microscope to kaleidoscope: reconsidering psychosocial and educational aspects related to children in the HIV&AIDS pandemic. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers


Eloff, I., Ebersöhn. L. & Barnard, K. 2007. MIV-positiewe huiswerkers se ervaring van MIV-status binne ‘n werknemergesin. Tydskryf vir Gessteswetenskappe. Jaargang 47 (3), September 2007. (downlaod pdf)


Ebersöhn, L. 2007. Voicing perceptions of risk and protective factors in coping in a HIV&AIDS landscape: reflecting on capacity for adaptiveness. Gifted Education International. 23(2) (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)


Eloff, I., Ebersöhn, L. & Viljoen, J. 2007. Reconceptualising vulnerable children by acknowledging their assets. African Journal of AIDS Research. 6(1), pp 79-86.

Ebersöhn, L. & Maree, J.G. 2006. Demonstrating resilience in a HIV&AIDS context: An emotional intelligence perspective. Gifted Education International. 22(1), 14-30. (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)

Ebersöhn. L. & Eloff, I. 2006. Identifying asset-based trends in sustainable programmes which support vulnerable children. South African Journal of Education. 26 (3), pp 457-467. (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)


Page, J., Ebersöhn, L. & Rogan, J. March 2006. The impact of an HIV/AIDS module on the knowledge and attitudes of Grade 11 biology learners. African Journal of Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education. 10(1), pp 103-114. (download pdf)


Griessel-Roux, E., Ebersöhn, L., Eloff, I. & Smit, B. 2005. HIV/AIDS Programmes: What do learners want? South African Journal of Education. 25 (4), pp 253-257 (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)

Eloff, I. & Ebersöhn, L. 2003. Representational and conceptual complexities in doing research on coping in Children with HIV & AIDS. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences. 1(4), 218-223.


Ebersöhn, L. & Eloff, I. 2003. Are we thinking about how children are coping with HIV & AIDS? Word and Action. Autumn 2003. 33 (55), 12-14


Ebersöhn. L. & Eloff, I. 2002. The black, white and grey of rainbow children’s coping with HIV & AIDS. Perspectives in Education. 20(2), pp 77-86 (ISI journal) (download pdf)




Surname: Eloff

Initials: I


Title: Prof.
Department: Education Psychology

HIV Publications:

Ebersöhn, L. (Editor). (Forthcoming, 2008). From microscope to kaleidoscope: reconsidering psychosocial and educational aspects related to children in the HIV&AIDS pandemic. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers


Eloff, I., Ebersöhn, L. & Viljoen, J. 2007. Reconceptualising vulnerable children by acknowledging their assets. African Journal of AIDS Research. 6(1), pp 79-86.


Eloff, I., Ebersöhn. L. & Barnard, K. 2007. MIV-positiewe huiswerkers se ervaring van MIV-status binne ‘n werknemergesin. Tydskryf vir Gessteswetenskappe. Jaargang 47 (3), September 2007. (downlaod pdf)


Ebersöhn. L. & Eloff, I. 2006. Identifying asset-based trends in sustainable programmes which support vulnerable children. South African Journal of Education. 26 (3), pp 457-467. (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)


Griessel-Roux, E., Ebersöhn, L., Eloff, I. & Smit, B. 2005. HIV/AIDS Programmes: What do learners want? South African Journal of Education. 25 (4), pp 253-257 (IBSS Journal). (download pdf)

Eloff, I. & Ebersöhn, L. 2003. Representational and conceptual complexities in doing research on coping in Children with HIV & AIDS. Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences. 1(4), 218-223.

Ebersöhn, L. & Eloff, I. 2003. Are we thinking about how children are coping with HIV & AIDS? Word and Action. Autumn 2003. 33 (55),

12-14

Ebersöhn. L. & Eloff, I. 2002. The black, white and grey of rainbow children’s coping with HIV & AIDS. Perspectives in Education. 20(2), pp 77-86 (ISI journal) (download pdf)



Surname: Ferreira

Initials: R
Title: Dr.
Department: Education Psychology

HIV Publications:

Ferreira, R., Ebersöhn, L. & Loots, T. 2008. Bate-mobilisering as moontlike strategie vir die hantering van MIV/VIGS. Acta Academica (Sept/Oct 2008).


Ferreira, R. 2008. Culture at the heart of coping with HIV&AIDS. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 18(1) (in press).

Ferreira, R. (Forthcoming, 2008). Using intervention research to facilitate community-based coping with HIV&AIDS. In L. Ebersöhn (Ed.) From microscope to kaleidoscope: reconsidering psychosocial and educational aspects related to children in the HIV&AIDS pandemic. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Ferreira, R. 2007. Community-based coping: An HIV-AIDS case study. In N. Duncan, A. Naidoo, J. Pillay & V. Roos (Eds.) Analysis, context and action: An introduction to Community Psychology. Cape Town: Juta.

Ferreira, R. 2006. The relationship between coping with HIV&AIDS and the asset-based approach. Unpublished PhD thesis. Pretoria: University of Pretoria.




Surname: Nieuwenhuis
Initials: FJ
Title: Dr.

Department: Education Management and Policy Studies

HIV Publications:


Nieuwenhuis FJ: 2006. The management challenge of the national policy on HIV/AIDS, for learners and educators: is it feasible? In South African Education Law and Policy Association (SAELPA) 2006 Conference: The Best Interest of the Child, South African Education Law and Policy Assocation, pp 477-492.



Surname: Prinsloo
Initials: IJ
Title: Dr.
Department: Education Management and Policy Studies


HIV Publications:


Prinsloo J, Beckmann JL: 2000. HIV/AIDS and the Learner. In: Introduction to Child Law in South Africa, Juta & Co Ltd, Cape Town, pp 317-339.



Surname: Van Rooyen

Initials: L
Title: Prof.
Department: Educational Studies

HIV Publications:

Van den Berg, DN, Van Rooyen, L: 2007. A Bird's Eye View on the Vulnerability of the Young Girl to HIV Infection - A Synergy of Research. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth. 13 (3), pp. 195-220.




Surname: Van Vollenhoven
Initials: WJ
Title: Mr.

Department: Education Management and Policy Studies

HIV Publications:


Van Vollenhoven WJ: 2006. HIV/AIDS and the best interest of the learner: A Contradiction? In South African Education Law and Policy Association (SAELPA) 2006 Conference: The Best Interest of the Child, South African Education Law and Policy Assocation, p. 17.

Van Vollenhoven, WJ. 2003: How school governing bodies in South Africa understand and respond to HIV / AIDS. South African Journal of Education, 23, 3, pp. 242-247. (download pdf)




Engineering, Built Environment & Information Technology


Surname: Craig
Initials: IK
Title: Prof.

Department: Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

HIV Publications:


Jeffrey, A.M., Xia, X., and Craig, I.K., Structured Treatment Interruptions: A control mathematical approach to protocol design, Journal of Process Control, Vol. 17, No. 7, 2007, pp. 586-590.


Doyle III, F.J., Jovanovic, L., Seborg, D.E., Parker, R.S., Bequette, B.W., Jeffrey, A.M., Xia, X., Craig, I.K., and Mc Avoy, T.J., A tutorial on biomedical process control, Journal of Process Control, Vol. 17, No. 7, 2007, pp. 571-572.


Craig, I.K., and Xia, X., Can HIV/AIDS be controlled?, IEEE Control Systems Magazine, February 2005, pp. 80-83.

Craig, I.K., Xia, X., and Venter, J.W., Introducing HIV/AIDS Education into the Electrical Engineering Curriculum at the University of Pretoria, IEEE Transactions on Education, Vol. 47, No. 1, 2004, pp. 65-73.

Jeffrey, A.M., Xia, X., and Craig, I.K., When to Initiate HIV Therapy: A Control Theoretic Approach, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol.50, No. 11, 2003, pp. 1213- 1220.


Surname: Filter
Initials: RA
Title: Mr.

Department: Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

HIV Publications:


Filter R & Xia X, “A Penalty Function approach to HIV/AIDS Model Parameter Estimation”, 13th International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Symposium on System Identification, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 27-29 July 2003.


Filter R & Xia X, “Computer Based HIV/AIDS Parameters Estimation for Practitioners and Patients”, 1st African Control Conference, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa, 3-5 December 2003.


Surname: Xia

Initials: X
Title: Prof.
Department: Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

HIV Publications:


X. Xia, Modelling of HIV infection: Vaccine readiness, drug effectiveness and therapeutical failures, Journal of Process Control, 17 (2007) 253 - 260.

AM. Jeffrey and X. Xia, Identifiability of HIV/AIDS models, in: DETERMINISTIC AND STOCHASTIC MODELS OF AIDS AND HIVWITH INTERVENTION, Chapter 11, H. Wu and W. Y. Tan (Eds), World Scientific Publications, Singapore 2005.


R. A. Filter, X. Xia and C. M. Gray, Dynamic HIV/AIDS parameter estimation with application to a vaccine readiness study in Southern Africa, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 52, no. 5, 284-291, May 2005.

I. Craig and X. Xia, Can HIV/AIDS be controlled? IEEE Control Systems Magazine, vol, 25, no. 2, 80–83, February 2005.

I.K. Craig, X. Xia, and J.W. Venter, Introducing HIV/AIDS education into the electrical engineering curriculum at the University of Pretoria, IEEE Transactions on Education, vol. 47, no. 1, 65-73, February 2004.

X. Xia, Estimation of HIV/AIDS parameters, Automatica, vol. 39, 1983-1988, 2003.

M. Jeffrey, X. Xia, I.K. Craig, When to initiate HIV therapy: a control theoretic approach, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol. 50, 1213-1220, 2003.


X. Xia, C. H. Moog, Identifiability of nonlinear systems with applications to HIV/AIDS models, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 330-336, February, 2003.



Health Sciences


Surname: Bartel
Initials: PR
Title: Prof.

Department: Neurology

HIV Publications:

Bartel PR, Roux P, Van Niekerk M: 2000. Vitamin A status in relation to electroretinographic and electrooculographic findings in HIV infection. Clinical Neurophysiology, 111, pp 1234-1270

Bartel PR, Roux P, Van Niekerk M: Vitamin A status in relation to electroretinographic and electro-oculographic findings in HIVinfection. Millennium Congress of the Neurological Association of South Africa, Drakensberg, South Africa, 8-11 Mar 2000


Van Niekerk M, Bartel PR, Van Der Meyden CH: Cognitive and Electroencephalograph (EEG) evaluation in an HIV-positive and control population. Millennium Congress of the Neurological Association of South Africa, Drakensberg, South Africa, 8-11 Mar 2000




Surname: Bester
Initials: MJ

Title: Dr.
Department: Anatomy

HIV Publications:

Dias ASP, Bester MJ, Britz RF, Apostolides Z: 2006. Animal models used for the evaluation of antiretroviral therapies. Current HIV Research, 4 / Oct, pp 431-446.




Surname: Cassol
Initials: SA
Title: Prof.

Department: Immunology

HIV Publications:

McNally L, Jeena P, Gajee K, Thula SA, Sturm AW, Cassol SA, Cassol S, Tomkins AM, Coovadia HM, Goldblatt D: 2007. Effect of age, polymicrobial disease, and maternal HIV status on treatment response and cause of severe pneumonia in South African children: a prospective descriptive study. Lancet, 369, 1440-1451.


Danaviah, S, Govender, S & Cassol, S 2007, 'Histopathology and genotyping in infectious spondylitis of HIV- and HIV+ patients', Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol. 460, pp. 50-55. (download pdf)

De Oliveira T, Pybus OG, Rambaut A, Salemi M, Cassol SA, Ciccozzi M, Rezza G, Gattinara GC, D Arrigo R, Amicosante M, Perrin L, Colizzi V, Perno CF, Benghazi Study Group : 2006. Molecular epidemiology: HIV-1 and HCV sequences from Libyan outbreak. Nature, 444 (7121) / 14 Dec, pp 836-837.

De Oliveira, T, Deforche, K, Cassol, S, Salminen, M, Paraskevis, D, Seebregts, C, Snoeck, J, Janse van Rensburg, E, Wensing, AMJ, Van de Vijver, DA, Boucher, CA, Camacho, R & Vandamme, A-M 2005, 'An automated genotyping system for analysis of HIV-1 and other microbial sequences', Bioinformatics, vol. 21, no. 19, pp.3797-3800. (download pdf)


Gordon, M, De Oliveira, T, Bishop, K, Coovadia, HM, Madurai, L, Engelbrecht, S, Janse van Rensburg, E, Mosam, A, Smith A & Cassol, S 2003, 'Molecular characteristics of HIV-1 Subtype C viruses from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa : implications for vaccine and antiretroviral control strategies', Journal of Virology, vol. 77, no. 4, pp. 2587-2599. (download pdf)

Zur Megede, J, Engelbrecht, S, De Oliveira, T, Cassol, S, Scriba, TJ, Janse van Rensburg, E & Barnett, S 2002,'Novel evolutionary analyses of full-length HIV type 1 subtype C molecular clones from Cape Town South Africa', AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, vol. 18, no. 17, pp. 1327-1332. (download pdf)




Surname: Delport
Initials: SD
Title: Prof.
Department: Paediatrics


HIV Publications:

Gibson CM, Delport SD: Short-term outcome of HIV-exposed low birthweight infants born at Kalafong Hospital. Seventh World International Association for Maternal and Neonatal Health




Surname: Dreyer
Initials: L

Title: Prof.
Department: Anatomical Pathology

HIV Publications:

Van Biljon G, Louw M, Dreyer L: 2007. Immunotactoid glomerulonephritis in a child with HIV infection: A case report. Pediatric Nephrology, 22, pp 1387-1390.




Surname: Du Plessis
Initials: R
Title: Dr.

Department: Anatomical Pathology

HIV Publications:

Webber LM, Du Plessis R: Bloodborne viruses in forensic medical practice: A sharp rise in HIV seroprevalence. 40th Annual Congress of the Federation of South African Associations of Pathology, Warmbaths, South Africa, 2-5 Jul 2000




Surname: Glass
Initials: AJ
Title: Dr.

HIV Publications:

Glass AJ: 2006. Diagnosis and monitoring of HIV Infection. South African Family Practice, 48 (8) / Sep, p. 46. (download pdf)




Surname: Jacyk
Initials: WK

Title: Prof.
Department: Dermatology

HIV Publications:

Jacyk WK: Ultraviolet radiation and HIV disease. Annual Congress of the Dermatological Society of South Africa, Pilanesberg, South Africa, 30 Mar - 2 Apr 2000




Surname: Jeffery
Initials: BS
Title: Dr.

Department: Obstetrics and Gynaecology

HIV Publications:

Jeffery BS, Mercer KG, Mokhando KR: Determination of the effectiveness of inactivation of HIV by Pretoria pasteurisation. Seventh World International Association for Maternal and Neonatal Health (IAMANEH) Conference, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 1-4 Apr 2000

Jeffery BS, Mercer KG, Mokhondo KR: Determination of the effectiveness of Pretoria Pasteurisation to inactivate HIV in human milk. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9- 14 Jul 2000


Jeffery BS, Webber LM: Determination of the effectiveness of Pretoria Pasteurisation to inactivate HIV in human milk. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000


Surname: Kakaza
Initials: M
Title: Dr.

Department: Neurology

HIV Research Interest:

Infective neurology: Differences between HIV positive and HIV negative patients with different types of meningitis.




Surname: Kruger
Initials: M
Title: Mrs
Department: Internal Medicine


HIV Publications:

Feucht, UD, Kinzer, M & Kruger, M 2007, 'Reasons for delay in initiation of antiretroviral therapy in a population of HIV-infected South African children', Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, vol. 53, no. 6, pp. (download pdf)


Kruger M, Durandt C, Kunneke HM, Malfeld SCK, Medlen CE: Markers of CD8+ T cell activation and clinical staging in newly diagnosed HIV-infected children. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000

Kunneke HM, Kruger M: A higher ESR is not an indication of pulmonary tuberculosis in children with advanced HIV infection. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000


Medlen CE, Malfeld SCK, Kruger M: Increased expression of the CD45RO marker on CD8+ cells from children with advanced AIDS. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000

Kunnege HM, Maynier SJ, Kruger M: A higher ESP is not an indication of pulmonary tuberculosis children with advanced HIV infection. 32nd Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4-7 Oct 2000




Surname: Kunneke

Initials: HM
Title: Dr.
Department: Paediatrics

Publications:

Kruger M, Durandt C, Kunneke HM, Malfeld SCK, Medlen CE: Markers of CD8+ T cell activation and clinical staging in newly diagnosed HIV-infected children. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000

Kunneke HM, Kruger M: A higher ESR is not an indication of pulmonary tuberculosis in children with advanced HIV infection. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-14 Jul 2000

Kunneke HM: Proposal of national strategy for casual contact with HIV-positive individuals. 32nd Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4-7 Oct 2000

Kunneke HM, Maynier SJ, Kruger M: A higher ESP is not an indication of pulmonary tuberculosis children with advanced HIV infection. 32nd Congress of the International Society of Paediatric Oncology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 4-7 Oct 2000




Surname: Makin
Initials: JD
Title: Dr.

Department: Obstetrics and Gynaecology

HIV Publications:

Visser MJ, Makin JD, Lehobye K: 2006. Stigmatizing attitudes of the community towards people living with HIV/AIDS. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 16, pp 42-58.




Surname: Peu
Initials: MD
Title: Dr.


HIV Publications:

Madumo MM, Peu MD: 2006. The views of undergraduate nursing students on caring for patients with HIV/AIDS. Curationis: Research Journal of the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa, 29 (3), pp 87-96.



Surnname: Rheeder
Initials: P

Title: Prof.
Department: Clinical Epidemiology

HIV Publications:

Mutimura E, Stewart A, Rheeder P, Crowther NJ: 2007. Metabolic function and the prevalence of Lipodystrophy in a population of HIV-infected African subjects receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy. JAIDS-Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 46 (4), pp. 451-455.





Surnames: Schutte
Initials: C-M
Title: Dr.

Department: Neurology

HIV Research Interest:

Infective neurology: Differences between HIV positive and HIV negative patients with different types of meningitis.

HIV Publications:

Güldenpfenning GC, Schutte C-M: A comparison between patients with or without HIV-infection treated for inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy from 1994 to 1999 at the Pretoria Academic Hospital. Millennium Congress of the Neurological Association of South Africa, Drakensberg, South Africa, 8-11 Mar 2000

Schutte C-M: Comparison of clinical and Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) findings in HIV-negative patients with Tuberculosis (TB) meningitis. Millennium Congress of the Neurological Association of South Africa, Drakensberg, South Africa, 8-11 Mar 2000

Schutte C-M, Van Der Meynden CH, MAGAZI DS: 2000. The impact of HIV on meningitis as seen at a South African Academic Hospital (1994 to 1998). Infection, 28(1)/Jan, pp 1-4




Surname: Van Biljon

Initials: G
Title: Dr.
Department: Paediatrics

HIV Publications:

Van Biljon G, Louw M, Dreyer L: 2007. Immunotactoid glomerulonephritis in a child with HIV infection: A case report. Pediatric Nephrology, 22, pp 1387-1390.




Surname: Van Heerden

Initials: WFP
Title: Prof.

Department: Oral Pathology and Oral Biology

HIV Publications:

Van Heerden WFP: Oral manifestations of HIV disease. Congress of the Dermatological Society of South Africa, Pilanesberg, 30 Mar - 2 Apr 2000




Surname: Vermaak
Initials: WJH
Title: Prof.
Department: Chemical Pathology


HIV Research Projects:

Implications of HIV positive status in children with surgical diseases: 30% of children less than 3 yrs old are HIV positive. 4 categories of patients which are HIV positive have been identified. The project will focus on categories 3 and 4: Surgical diseases in which HIV infections are selected; Surgical diseases induced by HIV infection.




Surname: Wittenberg

Initials: D
Title: Prof.
Department: Paediatrics

HIV Publications:

Brewster D, De Menezes Succi RC, Guarino A, Heyman M, Jirapinyo P, Winter H, Wittenburg DF: 2000. Working Group on HIV disease. In: A Global Plan for the Future of the Digestive and Nutritional Health of Children: World Congress on HIV Disease, Boston, pp 115-127.

Wittenburg DF: 2000. The impact of HIV infection on child health: The African situation. In: Contemporary issues in Childhood Diarrhoea and Malnutrition: Oxford University Press, Karachi, Pakistan, pp 93-103.




Surname: Wolvaardt

Initials: JE
Title: Mrs.
Department: School for Healthcare Systems and Public Health (SHSPH)

HIV Publications:

LaLonde B, Wolvaardt JE, Webb EM, Tournas-Hardt A: 2007. A Process and Outcomes Evaluation of the International AIDS Conference: Who Attends? Who Benefits Most?. AIDS, 9 (1), pp 1-13.

Webb E, Wolvaardt JE: Policy Document: 2006. Assessment of training needs of managers in the HIV/AIDS field. For: Unknown.





Surname: Worku
Initials: Z
Title: Dr.


HIV Publications:

Ranotsi A, Worku Z: 2006. Factors that affect awareness about the spread of HIV/AIDS in rural Lesotho. Health SA Gesondheid, 11 (2) / Jun, pp 53-61.



Humanities


Surname: Carstens
Initials: A

Title: Prof.
Department: Unit for Academic Literacy

HIV Publications:

Carstens A, Maes A, Gangla-Birir L: 2006. Understanding visuals in HIV/AIDS education in South Africa: Differences between literate and low-literate audiences. African Journal of AIDS Research (AJAR), 5 (3) / Nov, pp 221-232. (download pdf)



Carstens, A. 2005.Die diskursiewe voorstelling van vigsverwante stigma deur 'n groep Afrikaanssprekende tieners. Koers 69(3):411-430. (download pdf)

Carstens, A. 2004. HIV/AIDS, literacy and health communication. A study on the comprehension of visual symbolism in educational documents produced for people with limited reading skills. Image and Text 11:11-22. (download pdf)

Carstens A, Snyman M: 2003. What lay illness narratives reveal about AIDS-related stigmatization. Communicare, 22 (2) / Dec, pp 1-24. (download pdf)


Carstens A, Snyman ME: 2003. How effective is the Department of Health's leaflet on HIV/AIDS Counselling for low literate South Africans. Tydskrif vir Nederlands en Afrikaans, 10 (1), pp 112-136. (download pdf)




Surname: Carbonatto

Initials: C

Title: Dr.
Department: Social Work

Research specialities:

Mental Health; communicable diseases (HIV); primary health care; chronic conditions, abortion.




Surname: Joubert
Initials: JMC
Title: Dr.
Department: Social Work

HIV Publications:


Louw, L, Joubert, JMC: 2007. The experiences of adolescents orphaned by HIV/AIDS-related conditions. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker. 43 (4), October, pp. 376-391.



Surname: Lynch
Initials: I
Title: Mrs

Department: Psychology


HIV Publications:

Dissertation: Construction of masculinity among black South African men living with HIV: a discourse analysis




Surname: Naidoo
Initials: K
Title: Prof.
Department: Social Work

HIV Publications:

Naidoo, K., Matebeni, Z. and Pietersen-Snyman, M. 2004. Complexities and challenges: men’s responses to HIV and AIDS in Winterveld, South Africa. Commonwealth Youth and Development, 2 (2):45-62.


Naidoo, K. 2005. ‘Children’s voices on poverty and HIV/AIDS in South Africa: A critical reflection’. Paper read at the ISA RC53 (Sociology of Childhood) conference on ‘Marginality and Voice: Childhood in Sociology and Society’. Wuppertal, Germany.

Naidoo, K., Matebeni, Z. and Pietersen-Snyman, M. 2004. Complexities and challenges: men’s responses to HIV and AIDS in Winterveld, South Africa. Commonwealth Youth and Development, 2 (2):45-62.

Naidoo, K. and Matebeni, Z. 2002. ‘Responses to HIV/AIDS in Winterveld’. Paper read at the South African Sociological Association Annual Conference, Rhodes University, East London campus.





Surname: Spies
Initials: G
Title: Dr.
Department: Social Work


HIV Publications:

'n Multidissiplinêre benadering ten opsigte van die HIV/VIGS pasiënt: 'n Geneeskundige maatskaplike werkondersoek.




Surname: Snyman
Initials: MH

Title: Mrs
Department: Sociology

HIV Publications:

Snyman, MH. 2006. ‘Sustainability of HIV anti-retroviral treatment implementation: a South African case study.’ Paper read at the Social Science Conference, Boksburg, South Africa.


Snyman, MH. 2004. ‘The monitoring and evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevention programs.’ Paper read at the South African Sociological Association Annual Conference. University of Bloemfontein, Bloemfontein.

Carstens A, Snyman ME: 2003. How effective is the Department of Health's leaflet on HIV/AIDS Counselling for low literate South Africans. Tydskrif vir Nederlands en Afrikaans, 10 (1), pp 112-136.



Surname: Vandormael
Initials: A
Title: Mr
Department: Sociology

HIV Publications:

Vandormael, A. 2007. Civil society and democracy in post-apartheid South Africa: the TAC, government and the politics of HIV/AIDS. Berlin: VDM Verlag.


Vandormael, A. 2006. ‘Examining the social phenomenon of AIDS-related stigma in a South African township community.’ Paper read at the International Sociological Association’s 16th World Congress of Sociology. Durban, South Africa.

Vandormael, A. 2005. ‘The TAC vs. the South African government: discourse,denialism and the politics of HIV/AIDS.’ Paper read at the South African Sociological Association Annual Conference. University of Limpopo, Polokwane.




Surname: Visser
Initials: MJ
Title: Prof.
Department: Psychology


HIV Publications:

Visser, MJ: 2007. HIV/AIDS prevention through peer education and support in secondary schools in South Africa. SAHARA: Journal of Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS, 4 (3), pp 678-694.

Visser MJ, Makin JD, Lehobye K: 2006. Stigmatizing attitudes of the community towards people living with HIV/AIDS. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 16, pp 42-58. (download pdf)


Visser MJ: The implementation of life skills training to prevent HIV/AIDS in schools. First International Conference 2000: Psychology in Education, Pretoria, South Africa, 14-16 Aug 2000.

Visser MJ: HIV/AIDS prevention in South African schools – a systems evaluation. 13th International AIDS Conference, Durban, South Africa, 9-13 Jul 2000


Law


Surname: Cloete
Initials: R
Title: Prof.
Department: Procedural Law


HIV Publications:

Cloete R: 2003. Compulsory HIV testing of sport participants: Justifiable or not?. Journal of Contemporary Roman-Dutch Law, 66 (1) / Feb, pp 123-126.



Surname: Davel
Initials: CJ

Title: Prof.
Department: Private Law

HIV Publications:

Davel, CJ, Mungar, U: 2007. AIDS orphans and children's rights. Journal of Contemporary Roman Dutch Law, 70 (1) / Feb, pp 65-83.





Surname: Le Roux
Initials: J
Title: Prof.
Department: Public Law

HIV Publications:

LE ROUX J: 2000. Die toepassing van strafregbeginsels op HIVoordrag: 'n Diagnose. De Jure, 2(33), pp 293-318



Surname: Nienaber
Initials: AG

Title: Dr.
Department: Legal History

HIV Publications:

Nienaber, A. The accountability of non-state actors for human rights abuses during preventive HIV vaccine efficacy trials in Africa" SABILA Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, 27 - 29 August 2007


Nienaber, A. Whose law? Whose consent? Problems related to informed consent in preventive HIV vaccine trials in Canada and South Africa" 'Law's Empire / L'empire du droit' conference, Harrison Hot Springs, BC, Canada 25-30 June 2005


Nienaber AG, van der Nest D: 2005. Actuarial science versus equity: Contingency deductions for future loss of earnings and the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Journal of Contemporary Roman Dutch Law/ Tydskrif Vir Hedendaagse Romein- Hollandse Reg, 68 (4) / Nov, pp 546-561.

Nienaber AG, : 2002. An exploration of the impact of a claimant's HIV/AIDS status on a personal injury claim. Tydskrif vir die Suid-Afrikaanse Reg/ Journal of South African Law, 2, pp 290-307.



Surname: Vettori
Initials: MS
Title: Prof.

Department: Mercantile Law

HIV Publications:

Vettori, S 2007, 'Employer duties towards employees infected with HIV / AIDS', SA Mercantile Law Journal, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 151-164. (download pdf)



Surname: Viljoen
Initials: FJ
Title: Prof.
Department: Centre for Human Rights

HIV Publications:


Viljoen FJ: 2005. Disclosing in an age of AIDS: Confidentiality and community in conflict?. In Righting Stigma: Exploring a rights-based approach to addressing stigma, (3), AIDS and Human Rights Research Unit, University of Pretoria, pp 64-93.

VILJOEN FJ: 2000. Stigmatising HIV/AIDS, stigmatising sex: A reply to professor van Wyk. Codicillus, 41, pp 11-16



Surname: Woolman
Initials: SC

Title: Prof.
Department: Public Law

HIV Publications:

Sprague, C & Woolman, S 2006, 'Moral luck : exploiting South Africa's policy environment to produce a sustainable national antiretroviral treatment programme', South African Journal on Human Rights, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 337-379. (download pdf)




Theology


Surname: Muller
Initials: JC
Title: Prof.
Department: Practical Theology


HIV Publications:


Loubser, J & Muller, J 2007, 'Spiritual narratives of female adolescent orphans affected by HIV and Aids and poverty', Practical Theology in South Africa / Praktiese Teologie in Suid-Afrika, vol. 22, no. (download pdf)


Richter, A & Muller, J 2005, 'The forgotten children of Africa: voicing HIV and Aids orphans' stories of bereavement: a narrative approach', HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies, vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 999-1015. (download pdf)

Muller, J 2004, 'HIV/AIDS, narrative practical theology, and postfoundationalism: the emergence of a new story', HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies, vol. 60, no. 1 & 2, pp. 293-306. (download pdf)


Muller, JC & Pienaar, S 2004, 'Stories about care: women in a historically disadvantaged community infected and/or affected by HIV/AIDS', HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies, vol. 60, no. 3, pp. 1029-1047. (download pdf)



Surname: Richter

Initials: A
Title: Ms
Department: Practical Theology

HIV Publications:

Richter, A & Muller, J 2005, 'The forgotten children of Africa: voicing HIV and Aids orphans' stories of bereavement: a narrative approach', HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies, vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 999-1015. (download pdf)


Surname: Dreyer

Initials: Y
Title: Prof.
Department: Practical Theology

HIV Publications:

Maqoko, Z & Dreyer, Y 2007, 'Child-headed households because of the trauma surrounding HIV/AIDS', HTS: Theological Studies, vol. 63, no. 2, pp. 717-731. (download pdf)



Veterinary, Natural & Agricultural Sciences


Surname: Apostolides
Initials: Z
Title: Dr.

Department: Agricultural Sciences

HIV Publications:


Dias ASP, Bester MJ, Britz RF, Apostolides Z: 2006. Animal models used for the evaluation of antiretroviral therapies. Current HIV Research, 4 / Oct, pp 431-446.

Apostolides Z: Combination of an anti-HIV drug (AZT) and an extract from green tea (EGCg) in the treatment of murine AIDS. 16th South African Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International Congress, Grahamstown, South Africa, 26-27 Jan 2000




Surname: Donkin
Initials: N
Title: Prof.

Department: Animal and Wildlife Sciences

HIV Research Project:

Livestock milk for human babies: The HIV/AIDS epidemic has given urgency to the requirement for alternative strategies for feeding infants and reducing malnutrition. Llivestock milk will need to be modified to balance nutrient requirements, and programmes of management implemented to reduce the risk from zoonoses and contaminants.




Surname: Terblanche
Initials: SE
Title: Dr.
Department: Agricultural Economics


Publications:

Jona CN, Terblanché SE: 2006. The effect of personal and socio-economic variables on the knowledge, attitude and belief of farm workers about HIV/AIDS, two case studies - a lesson for extension. South African Journal of Agricultural Extension/Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Landbouvoorligting, 35 (1), pp 71-92.


Other


Surname: Grey
Initials: SV
Title: Prof.

Department: UP Rectorate

Publications:

Webber LM, Richards PA, Grey SV: 2000. HIV prophylaxis: Are South African health-care students being neglected? South African Journal of Science, 96(6), pp 295-296




Collaborative Projects

Humanties


John Hopkins University (School of Public Health) and University of Pretoria Project


Florida International University and University of Pretoria Project


Georgia State University and University of Pretoria Project

Three categories of resources will be assessed:

Aim two is to examine the relationship between maternal HIV-status and parenting, as moderated by the aforementioned structural resources

Yale University and University of Pretoria




NGOs and University of Pretoria Project

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