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Mathematical Modelling Tools in the Response to the HIV Epidemic in Zimbabwe.

Corporate author: 
PLOS Medicine
Publication details: 
s.l., PLOS, 2012
Abstract:

A collection of journals on the Investigation of the Impact of Treatment
on New HIV Infections. The journals cover the following reviews on the following topics:
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Models, Data, and Questions—Towards Evidence-Based Decision-Making;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Modelling the Cost of
Antiretroviral Treatment—State of the Art and Future
Directions;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Issues in Economic
Evaluation;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Optimising the Impact of
Expanded HIV Treatment Programmes;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Debate and
Commentary—Will Early Infection Compromise
Treatment-as-Prevention Strategies?;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Natural Experiments
Highlight Limits of Antiretroviral Treatment as HIV
Prevention;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Considerations in the
Design, Conduct, and Analysis of Cluster Randomized
Controlled Trials of Combination HIV Prevention;
HIV Treatment as Prevention: Principles of Good HIV
Epidemiology Modelling for Public Health Decision-Making in All Modes of Prevention and Evaluation as well as an article titled "HIV Treatment as Prevention: Systematic Comparison of Mathematical Models of the Potential Impact of Antiretroviral Therapy on HIV Incidence in South Africa".