HIV Treatment Bulletin South
HIV Treatment Bulletin supplement with a focus on southern Africa.
HTB South is produced and distributed in partnership with the Southern African HIV Clinicians’ Society.
Editor: Polly Clayden
Contributing Editor: Simon Collins
ISSN 2040-1450 (Print)
ISSN 2046-9373 (Online)
HTB South is available as a PDF by email and via your browser. A print edition is distributed by the Southern African HIV Clinicians’ Society.
- Dr Karen Beckerman, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York.
- Dr Sanjay Bhagani, Royal Free Hospital, London.
- Prof. Diana Gibb, Medical Research Council, London.
- Dr Gareth Hardy, Case Western Reserve Univ. Cleveland.
- Dr Saye Khoo, University of Liverpool Hospital.
- Dr Leigh Johnson, University of Cape Town.
- Prof. Clive Loveday, International Laboratory Virology Centre.
- Prof. James McIntyre, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hosp. South Africa.
- Dr Graeme Meintjes, GF Jooste Hospital, Cape Town.
- Dr Stefan Mauss, Düsseldorf.
- Dr Graham P Taylor, Imperial College, London.
- Dr Stephen Taylor, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital.
- Dr Gareth Tudor-Williams, Imperial College, London.
- Dr Francois Venter, Reproductive Health and HIV Research Unit, South Africa
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Southern African HIV Clinicians’ Society
The Southern African HIV Clinicians’ Society is thrilled to be part of the HIV Treatment Bulletin South initiative. This is a valuable publication for all Health Care Practitioners. This publication has essential, current and scientific information about research and HIV treatment updates with particular implications for clinical practice.
The Society is the largest special interest group within the South African Medical Association (SAMA). It is also the largest HIV interest group in the world.
Since its inception in 1997, with a membership of approximately 250 members, the Southern African HIV Clinician’s Society has grown to a membership of over 15,000 in the sub-Saharan region and internationally – a clear recognition of the services and support provided.
For more information about the Society or on how to become a member please visit:
Tel: + 27 (011) 341 0162
Fax: +27 (011) 341 0161