The Centre for Research in HIV and AIDS promotes scholarly writing, broadly related to HIV in Context. It does this through encouraging people to publish, especially arising from the Centre's symposia and the work undertaken in its projects - and through holding writing retreats where various resources and support is available - not least of which is uninterrupted time.
The HIV-in-Context Working Papers seek and contribute to engage scholarship and debate that understands and addresses HIV in context. They include a range of genres, from state-of-the-art reviews of the literature to theoretical or methodological think pieces to reflect and experimental contributions from scholars, educators, practitioners, activists and policy makers. The opinions expressed in the Working Papers are those of the authors alone.
Doherty. T, Jackson. D, Sanders. D, Zarowsky. C. 2011 "HIV and Health Systems in Southern Africa". School of Public Health, University of the Western Cape.
Shefer. T. 2011 "Intersections of gender & HIV: Overview and critical reflection on new directions". Women's and Gender Studies, University of the Western Cape.
Shamu. S. March 2010 (Draft)."Health Systems, Public Health and Research Capacity Strengthening in South Africa: Ongoing Literature Search and Review". School of Public Health, UWC.
Shamu. S. March 2010. "Gender and Education: Human capacity search". School of Public Health, UWC
Shamu, S, Abrahams, N, Temmerman, M, Musekiwa, A, Zarowsky, C. [date.] A systematic review of African studies on intimate partner violence against pregnant women: Prevalence and risk factors.PLoS ONE 2011;6(3) e17591 21408120
Shamu, S, Abrahams, N, Temmerman, M, Shefer, T, Zarowsky, C. 2012. That Pregnancy can bring noise into the family’’: Exploring intimate partner sexual violence during pregnancy in the vontext of HIV in Zimbabwe. PLoS ONE 7(8): e43148. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043148
Uwimana, J, Jackson, D, Hausler, H, Zarowsky, C. [date.] Health system barriers to implementation of collaborative TB and HIV activities including prevention of mother to child transmission in South Africa. Trop Med Int Health doi:10.1111/j.1365-3156.2012.02956.x
Articles from the project: Human Capacity Development to address HIV/AIDS in South Africa
De Oliveira, T, Shafer, R W, Seebregts, C Jackson, D. and Zarowsky, C. 2010. Public database for HIV drug resistance in southern Africa. Correspondence to Nature 464(673).
Gibson, D. 2011. Ambiguities in the making of an African medicine: Clinical trials of Sutherlandia frutescens (L.) R.Br 1(Lessertia frutescens).African Sociological Review/Revue Africaine de Sociologie 15 (1):123-136.
Goedhals, D, Rossouw, I, Hallbauer, U, Mamabolo, M, De Oliveira, T. 2012 August 18.The tainted milk of human kindness. The Lancet Vol 380 Published online at www.thelancet.com
Lessells, RJ, Katzenstein, DK, T De Oliveira, T. 2012. Are subtype differences important in HIV drug resistance? Current Opinion in Virology, 2:1–8.
Manasa J, Katzenstein D, Cassol S, Newell ML, de Oliveira T. 2012. Primary drug resistance in South Africa - data from 10 years of surveys. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses 28(00).
Martinson, N et al (incl H. Hausler) [date.] New Regimens to prevent TB in Adults with HIV Infection. The New England Journal of Medicine.365(1)
Mbombo, N & Bimerew, M. 2012. Integrating PMTCT competencies into nursing curriculum: Methodological lessons from a university based undergraduate programme, Curationis 35(1), Art. #12, http://dx.doi.org/10.4102/curationis.v35i1.12
Murrell B, de Oliveira T, Seebregts C, Kosakovsky-Pond SL, Scheffler K, on behalf SATuRN. 2012. Modeling HIV-1 Drug Resistance as Episodic Directional Selection. PLoS Comput Biol, 8(5):e1002507. 
Oloyede, O. 2012. An exploration of the philosophy and environment of a South African randomized, double-blind placebo controlled clinical trial. African Sociological Review/Revue Africaine de Sociologie 15(1): 109-123.
Oloyede, O. 2010. Epistemological issues in the making of an African medicine. African Sociological Review 14(2):74-85.
Sonn, B, Santens, A, Ravau, S. 2011. Hearing Learner Voice in health promoting schools through participatory action research. Perspectives in Education 29(1).
Gibson, D and Killian, S. (forthcoming) The making of Sutherlandia as medicine. In L. Green and H. Verran (Eds.). Contested ecologies. Nature and knowledge. HSRC Press.
From annual symposia
Reports from the annual HIV in Context symposia held at the School of Public health, UWC,are as follows:
Learning about Research Capacity Strengthening: Reflections on Challenges, Strategies and Culture - satellite symposium at Forum 2012 (COHRED/GFHR), Cape Town 23 April 2012. briefing papers