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Accountability and evidence-based evaluation in youth prevention and sexual and reproductive health and rights

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Mag. Lukas Schmuckermair, Mag.a Deborah Klingler-Katschnig, Isabell Eibl, MSc, Aids Hilfe Wien

The Quality Improvement and Evaluation Tool QUIET developed under BORDERNETwork helps to improve quality in existing sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV/STI prevention projects for youth as well as in planning new projects. The participatory online tool is based on the planning...

Tags: Youth, NGOs, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Sexual education, Sexual and reproductive health, Prevention
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Scaling up HIV testing within health care settings

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HIV in Europe

HIV/AIDS in Macedonia before 2004 and nowadays - how we made a step forward; Approaches and results of youth HIV testing program; HIV counselling and testing (HTC) in Estonia: policy implications based on data triangulation; HIV prevalence among pregnant women that were not tested during...

Tags: General public, Women, Youth, WHO European region, Testing and counselling
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HIV treatment and care for children - Clinical Protocol for the WHO European Region - 2012 Revision - Protocol 11.

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WHO Europe

This document is an updated version of this clinical protocol released in 2007. It is one of 13 clinical protocols released by the WHO Regional Office for Europe as part of the HIV/AIDS Treatment and Care Clinical Protocols of the WHO European Region. The updated version is based on new evidence...

Tags: Policy makers, Youth, WHO European region, Treatment, Positive prevention, Co-infections
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Identification and optimisation of evidence-based HCV prevention in Europe for young drug users at risk

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Heike Zurhold and Christiane Schmidt

This report is a qualitative synthesis of the current evidence for the effectiveness of different interventions, which aim to prevent HCV transmission among IDUs.

Tags: People who use drugs (PUD), Youth, Western Europe, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Harm reduction, Co-infections, Prevention
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Working with young people at risk, a practical manual

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Anniken Sand, City of Oslo Alcohol and Drug Addiction service

This manual provides a guideline for early intervention and outreach work for working with young people at risk, who are experimenting with drugs. The manual has been developed by one of the work packages of the Correlation Network.

Tags: Health care professionals, Youth, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Positive prevention, Harm reduction, Care and support
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