| Related Knowledge Base Chapters|
| Journal Articles|
|Exploring the condom gap: is supply or demand the limiting factor - condom access and use in an urban and a rural setting in Kilifi district, Kenya|
Papo JK, Bauni EK, Sanders EJ, Brocklehurst P, Jaffe HW. AIDS. 2011; 25:2, 247-55. Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
|Efficacy of structural-level condom distribution interventionns: A meta-analysis of U.S. and international studies, 1998-2007|
Charania MR, Crepaz N, Guenther-Gray C, Henny K, Liau A, Willis LA, Lyles CM. AIDS Behav. 2010 Oct 1. [Epub ahead of print] Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
|Facts, attitudes, and health reasoning about HIV and AIDS: Explaining the education effect on condom use among adults in sub-Saharan Africa|
Baker DP, Leon J, Collins JM. AIDS Behav. 2010 Jun 11. Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
|Prevalence of unprotected anal intercourse among HIV-diagnosed MSM in the United States: a meta-analysis|
HIV/AIDS Prevention Research Synthesis (PRS) Team. Crepaz N, Marks G, Liau A, et al. AIDS. 2009 Aug 24;23(13):1617-29.
|HIV/AIDS risk reduction counseling for alcohol using sexually transmitted infections clinic patients in Cape Town, South Africa|
Kalichman SC, Leickness CS, Vermaak R, Cain D, Jooste S, Peltzer K. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr. 2007;44(5):594-600. Includes commentary from the UCSF Institute for Global Health.
|Perceived Partner Serostatus, Attribution of Responsibility for Prevention of HIV Transmission, and Sexual Risk Behavior with "MAIN" Partner Among Adults Living with HIV|
Hong DS, Goldstein RB, Rotheram-Borus MJ, Wong FL, Gore-Felton C; NIMH Healthy Living Trial Group. AIDS Educ Prev. 2006 Apr;18(2):150-62.
|Integrating Personality and Psychosocial Theoretical Approaches to Understanding Safer Sexual Behavior: Implications for Message Design|
Noar SM, Zimmerman RS, Palmgreen P, Lustria M, Horosewski ML. Health Commun. 2006;19(2):165-74.
|Sexual Harm Reduction Practices of HIV-Seropositive Gay and Bisexual Men: Serosorting, Strategic Positioning, and Withdrawal Before Ejaculation|
Parsons JT, Schrimshaw EW, Wolitski RJ, Halkitis PN, Purcell DW, Hoff CC, Gomez CA. AIDS. 2005 Apr;19 Suppl 1:S13-25.
|Application of the Case-Crossover Design to Reduce Unmeasured Confounding in Studies of Condom Effectiveness|
Warner L, Macaluso M, Austin HD, Kleinbaum DK, Artz L, Fleenor ME, Brill I, Newman DR, Hook EW 3rd. Am J Epidemiol. 2005 Apr 15;161(8):765-73.
| Policy Reports, Papers, and Briefs|
| Presentations, Interviews, and Roundtable Discussions|
|MSM, Sex, and Internet Chat Rooms: Epicenter of an Epidemic?|
HIV InSite roundtable discussing the increasing popularity of the Internet as a medium to meet sexual partners among men who have sex with men. Philip Huang, Jeff Klausner, MD, Deb Levine, Greg Rebchook, Frank Strona, and Mark Vogel (moderator). August 2004. [RealAudio with transcript]
|Risk of HIV Infection Through Receptive Oral Sex |
Susan P. Buchbinder, Frederick M. Hecht, Jeffrey D. Klausner, Dennis Osmond, Kimberly Page Shafer, Eric Vittinghoff, Laurence Peiperl (convener), Tom Coates (moderator). HIV InSite roundtable discussion, March 14, 2003.
| Provider Education and Training|
| Patient and Community Education|
| Safer Sex Resources|
|Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, UCSF|
(CAPS) Conducts local, national, and international interdisciplinary research on methods to prevent HIV infection and its consequences, including studies of safer sex methods.
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention|
(CDC DHAP) Includes recommendations, guidelines, fact sheets, FAQs, statistics, and materials for prevention and research partners.
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Prevention Information Network|
(CDC NPIN) Collection of information and resources about HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB prevention.
Nationwide organization that provides sexual and reproductive health services. Website includes sexual health information for men and women as well as directory of providers.
|San Francisco Sex Information Line|
(SFSI) 1-877-472-7374 (toll free) or 1-415-989-7374. A free information and referral switchboard providing anonymous, accurate, non-judgmental information about all aspects of sex, including safer sex. Hours are Monday - Friday from 3 PM-9 PM PT.
|Seattle & King County Public Health Program: HIV/AIDS |
Develops HIV prevention programs for Seattle and King County, Washington. Site includes prevention and harm reduction resources for health educators.
|Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States|
(SIECUS) A nonprofit organization affirming sexuality as a natural and healthy part of life. SIECUS develops, collects, and disseminates information, promotes comprehensive education, and advocates the right of individuals to make responsible sexual choices. includes the SexEd Library with over 100 lesson plans.
|Society for Human Sexuality: Sexuality.org|
Features an in-depth guide to safer sex. Also offers a concise version.
| Information for Adolescents & Youth|
|Advocates for Youth|
Dedicated to creating
programs and advocating for policies that help young people make informed and responsible
decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Provides information, training, and
strategic assistance to youth-serving organizations, policy makers, youth activists, and
the media in the United States and the developing world.
|Alan Guttmacher Institute:
Non-profit organization focused on reproductive health research, policy
analysis and public education.
|Association of Reproductive Health Professionals: Resources
for Adolescent Providers|
An interdisciplinary association composed of professionals
who provide reproductive health services or education, conduct reproductive health
research, or influence reproductive health policy.
Produced by Training and
Research Support Centre as an activity pack for young Zimbabweans aged 13 to 17. It aims to
encourage young people to discuss key teenage issues, and also gives information that
teenagers find hard to get elsewhere.
|DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy|
DC Campaign's mission is to cut in half the teen pregnancy rate in the District of Columbia by 2015.
|Sexuality Education and Information Council of the United States (SIECUS)|
|It's Great To Wait!|
The site discusses the choice
of abstinence until marriage. Why you should wait, who else is waiting, and where you can
learn more. There is also a section for parents who want some help talking to kids about
|It's Your (Sex) Life|
Guide to safe and
responsible sex for teens from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Includes information
on HIV/AIDS, pregnancy and contraception, and communicating about sex.
Answers to questions on teen sexual
health and sexually transmitted diseases from the American Social Health Association
|Just Say Yes|
A website about having a
positive attitude towards sexuality--gay, straight, bisexual, or whatever, and about making
informed choices. Includes Spanish-language resources. From the Coalition for Positive Sexuality.
|Marie Stopes International|
Information about sex and sexual health. Includes surveys, FAQs, an ask feature, and animations on condom use and menstruation.
Sexuality and relationship information
for young African American, Asian American, Latina, and Native American women, including
information on STDs and HIV/AIDS.
|Not Me, Not Now|
A website offering various items
to reinforce the abstinence message in school, at home or on the run. Includes a
newsletter, interactive games, advice, links, and information for parents and
|Planned Parenthood Federation of America
(PPFA): Teen Issues|
PPFA's policy is to assure that adolescents have access to
information about human sexuality and to reproductive health care services.
|Safe Passages to
A 5-year programme of research into young people's sexual health in
poorer countries, funded by the Department for International
Development (DFID) in the UK.
Bills itself as 'Sex education for the
real world.' Providing information that educates in all aspects of positive sexuality.
Site by and for teens with information on
sexuality and health. Features an ask-the-experts column and a special section for
Established to advance the
education of the public in all matters relating to contraception, reproduction, and sexual
health and to promote reproductive and sexual health awareness for the benefit of the
|The Sexwise Guide|
Written in the form of a travel guide, this online publication
provides information about sexual well-being, choices, and rights. Guide is available in 22
Information for teens on sex,
sexuality, abstinence, STDs, and more. Brought to you by Campaign For Our Children. Also
has an ask-the-expert feature and a downloadable STD video game/screensaver.
Website aimed at supporting the
development of youth peer education in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, on topics related
to adolescent health and well-being. Features resources on sexual health and HIV/AIDS.