AIDSFree Prevention Update

The Prevention Update is an online library that provides a sample of summaries and abstracts of recent published articles on global HIV prevention issues from a variety of scientific, peer-reviewed journals. It also includes state-of-the-art program resources, such as tools, curricula, program reports, and unpublished research findings.  Articles from all editions are searchable by keyword, prevention type, and edition.

March 17, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Booklets, Briefs, Case studies and success stories, Guidelines and Policies, Journal and research articles, Literature review, Reports and Fact sheets, Tools, Training materials
Tags
HIV prevention, treatment, AIDS, ART, ARVs, antiretroviral therapy, research, antiretroviral drugs, UNAIDS, PEPFAR, PMTCT, USAID, children, WHO, women, tuberculosis, HIV, behavioral prevention, biomedical prevention and treatment, biomedical prevention strategies, Structural prevention, epidemiology, combination prevention

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