SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA Proceeding of the Ninth Biennial International Conference on “Alcohol, Drugs and Society in Africa”

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Chapter 1: Substance use and HIV/AIDS in Africa by Isidore S. Obot, Akan J. Ibanga & Andrew Zamani

Chapter 2: ls there a causal relationship between alcohol and HIV? Implications for policy, practice and future research by Charles A. H. Parry, Jurgen Rehm & Neo K. Morojeie

Chapter 3: Prevalence and socio-demographic correlates oi alcohol use disorders among HIV patients by Suwa G. Goar. Moses D. Audu, Michael T. Agbir & Edward Dachalson

Chapter 4: In?uence of alcohol consumption on sexually transmitted infections by Waheed M. Alausa, Benjamin A. Olabimitan & Muniru A. Ajala

Chapter 5: In?uence of alcohol, gender and marital status on HIV/AIDS vulnerabilityby
Ochinya O. Ojiji, Abayomi A. Okediji, Aladedunye Aiasin, & Enwongo A. Okediji

Chapter 6: Alcohol use and risk of HIV infection among male adolescents in Uyo, Nigeria by
Ediomo-ubong Nelson

Chapter 7: Alcohol use, gender and high risk sexual behaviour among undergraduates by
Leonard C. Onwukwe, Nkwarn C. Uwaoma & Ann U. Madukwe

Chapter 8: Alcohol related problems, family type and youth HIV/AIDS risk behaviour by Okokon O. Umoh & Udoudo J. Umoh

Chapter 9: At- risk behaviours of adolescents in military schools in Lagos State by Aderinola B. Abidoye & Olufunke O. Chenube

Chapter 10: The demography, nature and extent of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS in Malawi by
Thomas Bisika, Sidon Konyani & Immaculate Chamangwana

Chapter 11: In?uence of sensation-seeking and impulsivity on drug use among youths in lbadan by Anastasia O. Aguiyi, Kayode O. Taiwo, Helen O. Osinowo, Mfon E. Ineme, Iboro, F. A. Ottu & Olugbenga M. Akinlabi

Chapter 12: lnfluence of gender, parental family type, residential area and locus of control on illicit drug involvement among drug users in selected motor parks in Ibadan by Abiodun M. Lawal

Chapter 13: lnfluence of self-perception of alcohol use on differential relationship maintenance among married persons by Iboro F. A. Ottu, Helen O. Osinowo, Annasthesia O. Aguiyi, Kayode O. Taiwo, Michaei O. Akinlabi & Mfon E. Inerne

Chapter 14: Sexual victimization, partner aggression and alcohol consumption by Akanidomo Ibanga

Chapter 15: Gender. locus of control and undergraduatesā€˜ smoking habit by Gboyega E. Abikoye & Adetutu Fusigboye

Chapter 16: Injecting drug abuse and HIV/AIDS in Kenya by David M. Ndetei, Anne W, Mbwayo & Victoria Mutiso

Chapter 17: Socio-demographic characteristics and personality pro?les of patients with substance use disorders by Mfon E. Ineme, Helen O. Osinowo, Rachel B. Asagba, Kayode O. Taiwo, Imisioluwa O. Ibikunle, Iboro F. A. Ottu, Onyeye A. Aguiyi, Michael O. Akinlabi & Akin O. Akinhanmi

Chapter 18: Sexual risk behaviours among patients admitted for substance use disorder and schizophrenia in a psychiatric hospital in Lagos, Nigeria by Veronica O. Nyamali, Olufemi Morakinyo & Rahmaan Lawal

Chapter 19: Assessment of co-occuring substance related disorders and mental illness among psychoactive substance users by Gloria S. Karuri, Gray G. Ejikeme & Andrew Zamani

Chapter 20: Substance use among mentally ill out-patients of Ndera psychiatric HIV unit and Kigali psychosocial consultation center. Rwanda by Alfred Ngirababyeyi, Vvonne Kayiteshonga, Beata Mukarusanga, Chantal Nyirarnugisha & Daniel Uwimana

Chapter 21: Prevalence and specific psychosocial factors associated with substance use and psychiatric morbidity among patients with HIV infection at Usmanu Danfodiyo University
Teaching Hospital, Sokoto State. Nigeria by Mufutau A. Yunusa, Ayodele Obembe, Taofeek Ibrahim and Chibueze H. Njoku

Chapter 22: Review of interventions to reduce alcohol use-related sexual risk behaviour in Africa by Neo K. Morojele & Chitra Ranchod

Chapter 23: Utilization of community-based outpatient addiction treatment programmes in Kenya by Clement S. Deveau, Ludovick Tengia, Carolyne Mutua, Samuel Njoroge, Lillian Dajoh & Barney Singer

Chapter 24: Use of Mobile telephone technology to enhance adherence to antiretroviral therapy by Margaret O. Afolabi, Francis J. Olatoye, Omoniyi J. Ola-Olorun,
Oluwafunmi A. Akinyemi & Adedayo I. Irinoye

Chapter 25: Ergogenic effect of varied doses of coffee-caffeine an maximal aerobic power of young black African subjects Sikiru Lamina & Danladi I. Musa

Chapter 26: Opening Address by Ahmadu Giade