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Technical Update on HIV Incidence Assays for Surveillance and Monitoring Purposes
Publication year: 2015
Corporate author: UNAIDS, WHO
Publication details: Geneva, WHO, 2015
HIV Surveillance | Incidence | Monitoring | Research


A cut above the rest: a progress report on the promotion of adult male circumcision as an HIV prevention strategy.
Publication year: 2010
Author(s): Grund, J
Corporate author: IAVI
Publication details: Atlantia, IAVI, 2010
Location: VA 1. F/12135.
Circumcision | Communication | Education | Incidence | PrEP | Prevalence | Transmission | Vaccine


Estimates of hiv incidence from household-based prevalence surveys.
Publication year: 2010
Author(s): Hallett, T; Stover, J; Mishra, V
Publication details: London, Wolters Kluwer Health, 2010
Publication in: AIDS 2010, 24:147–152
Epidemiology | Estimates | Incidence | Prevalence


HIV decline in Zimbabwe due to reductions in risky sex? Evidence from a comprehensive epidemiological review
Publication year: 2010
Author(s): Gregson, S; Gonese, E
Corporate author: UNAIDS
Publication details: Geneva, UNAIDS, 2010
Publication in: Int J Epidemiol. 2010 Oct;39(5):pp.1311-23
Location: EP 1. F/12159.
Epidermiology | Incidence | Migration | Mortality | Population | Prevalence


Operational guidelines for involvement in tuberculosis control.
Publication year: 2007
Corporate author: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Publication details: Geneva, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, 2007
Location: CL 1. BS/11381.
Coinfection | Epidemology | Global | Incidence | MDG | MDR | Plan | Stop | TB | XDR


Tuberculosis.
Publication year: 2007
Corporate author: WHO.
Publication details: Geneva, WHO, 2007
Location: EP 1. F/11114.
Incidence | Infection | Resistance | Transmission


HIV/AIDS in women
Publication year: 2005
Author(s): Stewart, S C
Publication details: Women's Health, 2005
Series: The doctor will see you now
Location: GE 1. F 9827.
Gender | heterosexual transmission | Incidence | primary infection | Statistics | Women


AIDS epidemic update December 2004
Publication year: 2004
Corporate author: UNAIDS, WHO.
Publication details: Geneva, UNAIDS, 2004
Location: EP 1. BS/9705.
Epidemiology | Incidence | planning and management | Prevalence | Statistics | Transmission | Treatment | Women


Psychological and socio-medical aspects of HIV and AIDS
Publication year: 2004
Author(s): Ansell, N; Young, L
Publication details: New York, Taylor and Francis Limited, 2004
Publication in: AIDS Care: Volume 16. no 1
Series: AIDS Care
Location: CA 1. BS/11993.
Antenatal Care | Caregivers | Counseling | homebased care | Incidence | orphanhood | PLWHA | Prevention | Sex Education | Testing | transimission


Molecular Epidermiology of Human Immunodeficiency Virus.
Publication year: 2001
Author(s): Trask, Stanley.
Publication details: Ndola, Tropical Disease Research Centre,2001
Location: TR 1. F/12171.
Epidermic | Evaluation | HIV | Incidence | Infection | Monitoring | Transmission


HIV transmission through breastfeeding: a study in Malawi
Publication year: 1999
Author(s): Miotti, P G et al.
Publication details: Malawi, JAMA
Series: Journal of the American Medical Association
Location: TR 1. TR 1 (F) 5305.
Breastfeeding | Child Health | Incidence | Transmission


AIDS and cancer in Africa: the evolving epidemic in Zimbabwe
Author(s): Chokunonga, E et al.
Series: AIDS
Location: Ep 1. (F) Ep 1 5149.
Cancer | Epidemiology | Incidence


Cancer incidence in the African population of Harare, Zimbabwe: second results from the cancer registry 1993-1995
Author(s): Chokunonga, E et al.
Series: International Journal of Cancer
Location: Ep 1. (F) Ep 1 5148.
Cancer | Epidemiology | Incidence


Changing HIV/AIDS epidemic in Europe and Central Asia
Corporate author: UNAIDS.
Publication details: Geneva, UNAIDS,
Location: PL 1. BS/9905.
Challenges | Epidemiology | Incidence | planning and management | Prevalence | Statistics | Trends


HIV/AIDS epidemic in Blantyre, 10th February 2004
Author(s): KUMWENDA, Newton, SEYAMA, Linly, ZULU, Fatima.
Publication details: Blantyre, John Hopkins University College of Medicine Project,
Location: EP 1. BS/9695.
Care | Children | Economic Aspect | Epidemic | Epidemiology | Incidence | MTCT | Orphans | Prevalence | Socio-Behavioural Context | Statistics | STDs | Stigma and Discrimination | STIs | Support | Transmission | Vulnerability