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From Policy to Pregnancy: Helpful Resources

March 4, 2011

This article is part of a transcript of a presentation delivered at the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria. The original session took place on July 21, 2010. This resource list was compiled by the panelists the presentation, and handed out to attendees at the session. Jump to the table of contents to see other articles in the series.

Antiretroviral Pregnancy Registry

British HIV Association Sexual and Reproductive Guidelines and Pregnancy Guidelines

Educational slide kits from Women for Positive Action

German-Austrian Guidelines for HIV Therapy During Pregnancy (German)

German-Austrian Guidelines for Diagnostics and Treatment for HIV-affected Couples who wish to have Children

Guidelines for reducing the risk of viral transmission during fertility treatment. S160 ASRM Practice Committee Reducing viral risk, Vol. 90, Suppl 3, November 2008

Loutfy MR et al (2009). Fertility Desires and Intentions of HIV-Positive Women of Reproductive Age in Ontario, Canada: A Cross-Sectional Study. PLoS ONE 4(12): e7925. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007925

Sonnenberg-Schwan U, Weigel M. "HIV and Parenthood," chapter 16 in HIV BOOK 2009

The Well Project

Women and HIV Research Program, Women's College Research Institute Toronto, Canada

You Can Have a Healthy Pregnancy if you are HIV Positive, by Shari Margolese, Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange

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For Canadian National HIV Pregnancy Planning Guidelines, contact Shari Margolese.

For German Pregnancy Planning Guidelines, contact Ulrike Sonenberg-Schwan.

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