|Publish Year :||2013|
|Publisher :||AIDS Behavior|
|Author Name :||Dworkin S.L., Treves-Kagan S., Lippman S.A.|
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This article is based on a systematic review of gender-transformative HIV and violence prevention programs with heterosexually-active men in order to assess the efficacy of this programming. The authors find that gender-transformative interventions can increase protective sexual behaviors, prevent partner violence, modify inequitable attitudes, and reduce STI/HIV, though further trials are warranted, particularly in establishing STI/HIV impacts. The paper concludes with a discussion of the promises and limitations of gender-transformative work with men and recommendations for future research focused on HIV and/or violence prevention.