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Primary Manuscripts

Influences on willingness to use vaginal or oral HIV PrEP during pregnancy and breastfeeding in Africa: the multisite MAMMA study
van der Straten A, Ryan JH, Reddy K, et al. Influences on willingness to use vaginal or oral HIV PrEP during pregnancy and breastfeeding in Africa: the multisite MAMMA study. J Int AIDS Soc 2020;23(6):e25536. PMCID: PMC7287313

Other Key Manuscripts

''Ask the way from those who have walked it before"-Grandmothers' roles in health-related decision making and HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis use among pregnant and breastfeeding women in sub-Saharan Africa.
Reddy K, Kemigisha D, Chitukuta M, Dadabhai S, Mathebula F, Tenza S, Palanee-Phillips T, Ryan J, Macagna N, Musara P, van der Straten A. ''Ask the way from those who have walked it before"-Grandmothers' roles in health-related decision making and HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis use among pregnant and breastfeeding women in sub-Saharan Africa. PLoS One 2022 Sep 1;17(9):e0271684. PMCID: PMC9436035

Sexual Attitudes, Beliefs, Practices, and HIV Risk During Pregnancy and Post-delivery: A Qualitative Study in Malawi, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe
Ryan JH, Young A, Musara P, Reddy K, Macagna N, Guma V, Seyama L, Piper J, van der Straten A; MTN- 041/MAMMA Study Team. Sexual Attitudes, Beliefs, Practices, and HIV Risk During Pregnancy and Post-delivery: A Qualitative Study in Malawi, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. AIDS Behav 2022 Mar;26(3):996-1005. PMCID: PMC8840901

Pregnant and breastfeeding women's prospective acceptability of two biomedical HIV prevention approaches in Sub Saharan Africa: A multisite qualitative analysis using the Theoretical Framework of Acceptability
Sekhon M, van der Straten A; MTN-041/MAMMA Study Team. Pregnant and breastfeeding women's prospective acceptability of two biomedical HIV prevention approaches in Sub Saharan Africa: A multisite qualitative analysis using the Theoretical Framework of Acceptability. PLoS One 2021 Nov 16;16(11):e0259779. 
PMCID: PMC8594804

Religious leaders' role in pregnant and breastfeeding women's decision making and willingness to use biomedical HIV prevention strategies: a multi-country analysis
Young A, Ryan J, Reddy K, Palanee-Phillips T, Chitukuta M, Mwenda W, Kemigisha D, Musara P, van der Straten A; MTN-041/MAMMA Study Team. Religious leaders' role in pregnant and breastfeeding women's decision making and willingness to use biomedical HIV prevention strategies: a multi-country analysis.
Cult Health Sex 2021 Apr 2:1-16.  Epub ahead of print. PMCID: PMC8627258

After their wives have delivered, a lot of men like going out: Perceptions of HIV transmission risk and support for HIV prevention methods during breastfeeding in sub-Saharan Africa
Flax VL, Hawley I, Ryan J, Chitukuta M, Mathebula F, Nakalega R, Seyama L, Taulo F, van der Straten A; MTN-041/MAMMA Study Team. After their wives have delivered, a lot of men like going out: Perceptions of HIV transmission risk and support for HIV prevention methods during breastfeeding in sub-Saharan Africa. Matern Child Nutr 2021 Apr;17(2):e13120. PMCID: PMC7988874