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HIV infections can be prevented by reducing substance use and gender-based violence in high-risk populations
Researchers from RTI International and the South African Medical Research Council’s (SAMRC) Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Research Unit presented findings from two intervention studies that showed that HIV infections can be prevented by reducing substance use and gender-based violence among...
Researchers to address drug use among women at International Women’s and Children’s Health and Gender Group Conference
Leading researchers will address drug use and substance abuse among women worldwide at the 7th International Women’s and Children’s Health and Gender Group Conference. RTI International is co-sponsoring the conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 13.
RTI International, partners to expand mobile phone technology to identify and counsel women who experience domestic violence in India
RTI International is partnering with Dimagi and the St. John’s Research Institute to expand the use of mobile phone technology to help primary health care workers identify, counsel, and refer women experiencing domestic violence in Bangalore, India.
Triangle Business Journal recognized Doris Rouse, Ph.D., vice president of the center for global health at RTI International, and Wendee Wechsberg, Ph.D., director of RTI Global Gender Center and substance abuse treatment evaluations and interventions at RTI, as 2014 Women in Business Awards...
RTI International has formed the RTI Global Gender Center to address gender inequities and disparities around the world.
Combination ARV vaginal ring to prevent HIV safe in trial but 1 ARV carries the weight, study suggests
Leaders from RTI International and Duke University will discuss gender-based violence in South Africa Monday, Oct. 28, on the Duke University campus.
Women's Justice and Empowerment Initiative Improves Rape Survivor Care in South Africa, Helps 27,000 Women
As part of ongoing efforts to help address challenges faced by women and girls worldwide, RTI International implemented the Women's Justice and Empowerment Initiative in South Africa, helping establish rape survivor care centers in all nine provinces that have helped more than 27,000 women.