Integrated HIV, piblic health and development in Southern Africa Workshop

Integrating HIV, Public Health and Development in Southern Africa Workshop

Durban 1-5 November 2010

Be at the cutting-edge of global thinking about re-integrating HIV with development work.

It is increasingly becoming clear that AIDS will impact development planning but is the impact likely to be as severe as initial projections suggested?

Hosted by the Health Economics and HIV/AIDS Research Division (HEARD), this workshop will provide professionals with an update on HIV/AIDS, public health and development.

Who should attend?

Professionals working in HIV/AIDS-related fields, public health and/or development in Southern Africa.

Cost: R10,000. The cost is all inclusive and includes full tuition costs, all airport transfers, accommodation and all meals for the duration of the course. Excludes flight costs.

Registration closes 27 October 2010.

For more information and to book your place visit or email [email protected]


Prof Christina Zarowsky is the director of the HIV Research Centre based at the University of the Western Cape. She was the founding leader of the Canadian International Development Research Centre’s Governance, Equity and Health programme initiative which examines public health and health systems issues from a governance perspective. A medical doctor, Christina has specialised in public health and medical anthropology.

Prof Alan Whiteside is regarded as one of the world’s leading experts on HIV/AIDS. Whiteside is the founder and executive director of HEARD. He started and edited the newsletter, AIDS Analysis Africa, was appointed by Secretary General Kofi Annan as one of the Commissioners on the Commission for HIV/AIDS and Governance in Africa and is an elected Member of the Governing Council of the International AIDS Society.

Prof Pranitha Maharaj is based at the School of Development Studies at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. She has conducted extensive research in the area of HIV/AIDS for over a decade and is involved in policy research. Her research interests include population and demography, reproductive health and health services.

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