Photos


Above: The Improving the Health of South African Women with Traumatic Stress in HIV Care  Duke and University of Cape Town based team visiting the research clinic site in Cape Town, South Africa.  From left: Karmel Choi, Melissa Watt, the Clinic Manager,Kathleen Sikkema, Nonceba Ciya, and Corne Robertson


Above: The Improving the Health of South African Women with Traumatic Stress in HIV Care  Duke based team picture.  From left: Karmel Choi, Melissa Watt, Kathleen Sikkema, Alexis Dennis, Tatenda Yemeke and Emily Cherenack


Above: Karmel Choi, Melissa Watt, John Joska, Dan Stein, and Kathy Sikkema meeting about the Improving the Health of South African Women with Traumatic Stress in HIV Care project at the University of Cape Town in 2014. 


Above: The "Alcohol Related HIV Risks among South African Women" team at one of the study's drinking venues in 2011.


Above: In August 2012, Dr. Melissa Watt and Sarah Wilson, along with colleagues at KCMC in Moshi, Tanzania, coordinated a community workshop to discuss the psychological and social issues faced by women living with obstetric fistula, as part of the SOFT study. Participants of the workshop are pictured here.


Above: The Positive Choices team picture.  Back row: Patrick Wilson (Yale), Melissa Watt, Nate Hansen (Yale), Kathleen Sikkema.  Front row: Arlene Kochman, Christina Meade, Allyson DeLorenzo, Anya Drabkin.


Above: The "Alcohol Related HIV Risks among South African Women  Team Picture.  Standing: Kathy Sikkema, Donald Skinner (Stellenbosch University), Albert and Melissa Watt.  Sitting: Simphiwe, Anniemie, Desiree, Jabu, and Bulewa.