Entries by Beth Mallalieu | HC3 Program Officer

When the Evidence Is Not Enough: Hormonal Contraception and HIV Webinar Recap

Uncertainty remains around hormonal contraception and its link to HIV acquisition. Countries continue to grapple with how they can or should convey this uncertainty to their communities. As a part of this international discussion, the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) hosted a webinar focusing on the Strategic Communication Framework for Hormonal Contraceptive Methods and Potential […]

SBCC Summit to Explore Behavior Change Communication Strategies for HIV

A number of HIV-focused presentations to be given at the first-ever International SBCC Summit held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, February 8-10, are worth taking note of for those attending, as well as those interacting online. On Monday, February 8, Antje Becker-Benton and Warren Parker will hold a skills-building workshop on the Action Media methodology developed in the 1990s. This […]

Impact of Community Level Factors on HIV Outcomes Webinar: Participant Questions Answered

HC3 recently hosted a highly engaging webinar, Impact of Community Level Factors on HIV Outcomes, which generated so many thoughtful questions, time ran out to answer all of them. We’ve provided those questions, with answers, below. Carol Underwood began the webinar with her presentation, The Role of Community-level Factors Across the Treatment Cascade, and focused on […]

Behavior Change Communication’s Impact on HIV to Be Focus of HC3 Mini-U Presentation

The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) will be endorsing the important role social and behavior change communication (SBCC) plays in preventing and treating HIV at USAID’s Global Health Mini-University on Friday, March 7, 2014. Titled, Communication and Communities: Impact on HIV Prevention, the session will highlight what that impact is, as well as how it can be improved, expanded […]

HC3 Holds Second HIV Expert Consultation on Community-Level Factors

HC3’s second HIV expert consultation, focusing on Community-level factors and their impact on HIV prevention outcomes, kicked off November 20th in Johannesburg, South Africa.  Participants came from around Africa and the US, with representation from Cameroon, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Swaziland, Mozambique, South Africa and the United States. Please watch the following video about […]