Christian Hui, Toronto Metropolitan University, Canada
Brent Allan, ASHM, Australia
Bruce Richman, Prevention Access Campaign, USA
Cedric Pulliam, Prevention Access Campaign, USA
Mary Ann Torres, International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO), Canada
Vuyiseka Dubula, Centre for Civil Society (University of KwaZulu-Natal), South Africa
Jason Ong, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK; Monash University, Australia
This Special Issue aims to collate the latest evidence base for the impact and implementation of U=U, and identify areas of need for further research or attention.
Topics that will be covered in the Special Issue include (but are not exclusive to):
- Review of the Science of U=U
- U=U and women
- U=U and key populations
- U=U cascade
- Global implementation
- Advocacy for U=U
- Service-/Clinic-level facilitators for U=U
- Psychosocial benefits of U=U
- Impact of U=U on policy and laws
- Economic impact of U=U
- Country case studies
If you have any questions related to the suitability of your paper, please contact Jason Ong.
Your paper should conform to the Author Instructions. Case reports may be up to 1500 words, and review articles or original manuscripts can be up to 4000 words. If you are considering a longer article, please contact Jason Ong.
Visit Journal of Sexual Health site page for manuscript submission information.
Submission deadline: 28 February 2023