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Special double issue of HIV Prevention Update

By John Nicholson | 19 Jan, 2011

2010 was a banner year in HIV prevention, treatment, and research studies. To highlight some of the notable outcomes of 2010 and early research from 2011, AIDSTAR-One compiled a special double edition of the monthly prevention update.

To read the complete update, click here: http://j.mp/dUaJ41

Highlights include:

1 of the articles nominated for the Lancet article of the year:
New PrEP Findings Offer Hope Even While Challenges Lie Ahead

Combination Prevention Must Be the Centerpiece of HIV Prevention

HIV Prevention Research Is Still Warranted and Necessary

Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention: Current Research and Programmatic Issues

Male Antenatal Attendance and HIV Testing Are Associated with Decreased Infant HIV
Infection and Increased HIV-Free Survival

Postexposure Prophylaxis, Preexposure Prophylaxis or Universal Test and Treat:
The Strategic Use of Antiretroviral Drugs to Prevent HIV Acquisition and
Transmission (AIDS) and Evaluating the Cost-effectiveness of Preexposure
Prophylaxis PrEP) and Its Impact on HIV-1 Transmission in South Africa

Decreased Sexual Risk Behavior in the Era of HAART Among HIV-Infected Urban and
Rural South Africans Attending Primary Care Clinics

Epidemiologic Links Between Drug Use and HIV Epidemics: An International
Perspective

Counting Hard-to-Count Populations: The Network Scale-Up Method for Public Health

What Will It Take to Achieve Virtual Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission
of HIV? An Assessment of Current Progress and Future Needs

Prevention and Treatment of HIV/AIDS Among Drug-Using Populations: A Global
Perspective

Combined Impact of Sexual Risk Behaviors for HIV Seroconversion Among Women in
Durban, South Africa: Implications for Prevention Policy and Planning

International HIV/AIDS Alliance Report on HIV and Enabling Legal Environments

UNAIDS Annual Report (UNAIDS) and HIV: The Fight Is Far From Over

Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Africa to Outpace Treatment Resources
by 2020

Global Survey on MSM (MSMGF) and IFRC Calls For More Focus on IDU Programs

WHO/ILO/UNAIDS Guidelines to Prevent Transmission of HIV Among Health Workers

The Long-Run Costs and Choices of HIV/AIDS in South Africa

Funding for MSM and Transgendered Projects

Attached resource:
  • Special double issue of HIV Prevention Update (external URL)

    Link leads to: http://j.mp/dUaJ41

    Summary: 2010 was a banner year in HIV prevention, treatment, and research studies. To highlight some of the notable outcomes of 2010 and early research from 2011, AIDSTAR-One compiled a special double edition of the monthly prevention update.

    To read the complete update, click here: http://j.mp/dUaJ41

    Highlights include:

    1 of the articles nominated for the Lancet article of the year:
    New PrEP Findings Offer Hope Even While Challenges Lie Ahead

    Combination Prevention Must Be the Centerpiece of HIV Prevention

    HIV Prevention Research Is Still Warranted and Necessary

    Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention: Current Research and Programmatic Issues

    Male Antenatal Attendance and HIV Testing Are Associated with Decreased Infant HIV
    Infection and Increased HIV-Free Survival

    Postexposure Prophylaxis, Preexposure Prophylaxis or Universal Test and Treat:
    The Strategic Use of Antiretroviral Drugs to Prevent HIV Acquisition and
    Transmission (AIDS) and Evaluating the Cost-effectiveness of Preexposure
    Prophylaxis PrEP) and Its Impact on HIV-1 Transmission in South Africa

    Decreased Sexual Risk Behavior in the Era of HAART Among HIV-Infected Urban and
    Rural South Africans Attending Primary Care Clinics

    Epidemiologic Links Between Drug Use and HIV Epidemics: An International
    Perspective

    Counting Hard-to-Count Populations: The Network Scale-Up Method for Public Health

    What Will It Take to Achieve Virtual Elimination of Mother-to-Child Transmission
    of HIV? An Assessment of Current Progress and Future Needs

    Prevention and Treatment of HIV/AIDS Among Drug-Using Populations: A Global
    Perspective

    Combined Impact of Sexual Risk Behaviors for HIV Seroconversion Among Women in
    Durban, South Africa: Implications for Prevention Policy and Planning

    International HIV/AIDS Alliance Report on HIV and Enabling Legal Environments

    UNAIDS Annual Report (UNAIDS) and HIV: The Fight Is Far From Over

    Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Africa to Outpace Treatment Resources
    by 2020

    Global Survey on MSM (MSMGF) and IFRC Calls For More Focus on IDU Programs

    WHO/ILO/UNAIDS Guidelines to Prevent Transmission of HIV Among Health Workers

    The Long-Run Costs and Choices of HIV/AIDS in South Africa

    Funding for MSM and Transgendered Projects

    Source: John Snow, Inc. - JSI

    Publication Date: January 1, 2011

    Language: English

    Keywords: Addressing structural risk, Community engagement, cost effectiveness, High-risk groups, iPrEx, male circumcision, Monitoring & Evaluation, MSM, pmtct, postexposure prophylaxis, PreP, Risk Assessment, Scaling up & managing at scale, Sexual transmission

 

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