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HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care in Prisons and other Closed Settings - Policy Brief

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UNOCD / ILO / UNAIDS / UNDP / WHO

This comprehensive package of interventions is designed to support countries in mounting an effective response to HIV and AIDS in prisons and other closed settings. It takes into consideration principles of international law, including international rules, guidelines, declarations and covenants...

Tags: Health care professionals, Policy makers, People who are/were in prisons, Global, Prevention, Treatment, Care and support
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Don't Panic Guide to Sexual Health

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Dublin AIDS Alliance

The Don't Panic Guide to Sexual Health is the result of a unique collaboration with hard-to-reach ethnic communities in the Republic of Ireland. Through forums and street outreach, Dublin AIDS Alliance was able to ascertain the sexual health needs, attitudes, and behaviours of immigrants who...

Tags: Ethnic minorities, General public, Refugees, Western Europe, Prevention, Harm reduction, Sexual education
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Clinical research of HIV vaccines: sociological assessment of setting up cohorts of volunteers

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Решетников А.В., Хаитов Р.М., Ефименко С.А., Гудима Г.О., Сидорович И.Г., Карамов Э.В., Богачанская Н.Н., Павлов С.В.

This article presents information about medical, sociological and ethical aspects related to clinical studies of anti-HIV vaccines.

Tags: Health care professionals, General public, Global, Prevention, Research, Human rights
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Research on HIV vaccination readiness in Russia

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Решетников А.В., Хаитов Р.М., Ефименко С.А., Гудима Г.О., Сидорович И.Г., Карамов Э.В., Богачанская Н.Н., Павлов С.В.

In 2011, to assess readiness of the Russian population for a potential HIV prevention vaccine, Scientific Research Institute for Sociology of Medicine, Economics of Healthcare and Medical Insurance conducted a sociological research in Moscow, together with the Russian Institute of Immunology....

Tags: General public, Eastern Europe, Global, Prevention, Research
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HIV Always Hear

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Waverley Care

Always Hear is a campaign for the general public to raise awareness of HIV and challenge HIV Stigma. The campaign gives a voice to people living with HIV in Scotland using four films to capture the experiences of four people who are HIV positive. They are true stories, told by the people...

Tags: Youth, General public, Western Europe, Stigma and discrimination, Prevention
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Crossing borders, building bridges. Combination prevention: interdisciplinary scaling up of HIV/AIDS/STI prevention, diagnostics, and treatment across Central, Eastern, and South Eastern Europe

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SPI Forschung gGmbH and consortium of project partners

The overall activity report introduces the most significant results and meaningful outcomes of the three-year BORDERNETwork project (2010–2012), a cooperation involving thirteen partners from eight EU and four non-EU countries (as subcontractors). The outcomes of BORDERNETwork are relevant to...

Tags: Policy makers, NGOs, Health care professionals, WHO European region, Policy, Prevention, Social issues
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Female sex workers and health care: BORDERNETwork IBBS Survey Report

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Tzvetina Arsova Netzelmann; Elfriede Steffan; Liilia Lõhmus; Jury Kalikov; Anda Karnite, Alexander Leffers, Barbora Kucharova, Rayna Dimitrova, Cristina Fierbinteanu

The multi-city cross-sectional survey in 956 female SWs from seven EU countries collected behavioural (85-items interview) and epidemiological (HIV, Syphilis,HCV,HBV)data between March 2011 and February 2012. Participants were recruited in indoor, outdoor and IDU sex works scenes. The findings...

Tags: Policy makers, Sex workers, Health care professionals, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Care and support, Research, Prevention
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