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Building social currency with foreskin cuts: a coping mechanism of Papua New Guinea health workers and the implications for new programmes.

Tynan A, Vallely A, Kelly A, Kupul M, Naketrumb R, Aeno H, Siba P, Kaldor JM, Hill PS.

Health Policy Plan. 2013 Oct 8. [Epub ahead of print]

PMID:
24105013
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Listening to diverse community voices: the tensions of responding to community expectations in developing a male circumcision program for HIV prevention in Papua New Guinea.

Tynan A, Hill PS, Kelly A, Kupul M, Aeno H, Naketrumb R, Siba P, Kaldor J, Vallely A; Male Circumcision Acceptability and Impact Study (MCAIS) team.

BMC Public Health. 2013 Aug 13;13:749. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-749.

PMID:
23941536
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Sociocultural and individual determinants for motivation of sexual and reproductive health workers in Papua New Guinea and their implications for male circumcision as an HIV prevention strategy.

Tynan A, Vallely A, Kelly A, Kupul M, Neo J, Naketrumb R, Aeno H, Law G, Milan J, Siba P, Kaldor J, Hill PS; Male Circumcision Acceptability and Impact Study, PNG.

Hum Resour Health. 2013 Feb 19;11(1):7. doi: 10.1186/1478-4491-11-7.

PMID:
23418879
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Why women object to male circumcision to prevent HIV in a moderate-prevalence setting.

Kelly A, Kupul M, Aeno H, Shih P, Naketrumb R, Neo J, Fitzgerald L, Kaldor JM, Siba PM, Vallely A.

Qual Health Res. 2013 Feb;23(2):180-93. doi: 10.1177/1049732312467234. Epub 2012 Nov 27.

PMID:
23188385
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Intravaginal practices and microbicide acceptability in Papua New Guinea: implications for HIV prevention in a moderate-prevalence setting.

Vallely A, Fitzgerald L, Fiya V, Aeno H, Kelly A, Sauk J, Kupul M, Neo J, Millan J, Siba P, Kaldor JM.

BMC Res Notes. 2012 Nov 1;5:613. doi: 10.1186/1756-0500-5-613.

PMID:
23116431
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More than just a cut: a qualitative study of penile practices and their relationship to masculinity, sexuality and contagion and their implications for HIV prevention in Papua New Guinea.

Kelly A, Kupul M, Nake Trumb R, Aeno H, Neo J, Fitzgerald L, Hill PS, Kaldor JM, Siba P, Vallely A.

BMC Int Health Hum Rights. 2012 Jul 20;12:10. doi: 10.1186/1472-698X-12-10.

PMID:
22818494
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"Now we are in a different time; various bad diseases have come." Understanding men's acceptability of male circumcision for HIV prevention in a moderate prevalence setting.

Kelly A, Kupul M, Fitzgerald L, Aeno H, Neo J, Naketrumb R, Siba P, Kaldor JM, Vallely A; Male Circumcision Acceptability and Impact Study (MCAIS) team.

BMC Public Health. 2012 Jan 22;12:67. doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-12-67.

PMID:
22264256
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Male circumcision for HIV prevention in Papua New Guinea: a summary of research evidence and recommendations for public health following a national policy forum.

Vallely A, MacLaren DJ, Kaleva W, Millan J, Tommbe R, Marape W, Manineng C, Buchanan H, Amos A, Frank R, Kelly A, Kupul M, Aeno H, Trowalle E, John LN, Redman-Maclaren ML, Ryan C, Browne K, Tynan A, Hill PS, Gray RT, Murray J, Wilson DP, Law G, Siba P, McBride WJ, Farley T, Kaldor JM; National Policy Forum, Papua New Guinea.

P N G Med J. 2011 Sep-Dec;54(3-4):91-108.

PMID:
24494506
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