A report published by a school or other institution, usually numbered within a series.
Using STD occurence to monitor AIDS prevention : final report of the Working Group on STD Surveillance.
Lausanne : Institut universitaire de médecine sociale et préventive (IUMSP)
(Cahiers de recherches et de documentation ; 77)
Number of pages
1 vol. [pagination multiple]
(Cahiers de recherches et de documentation ; 77). - Collection : Assessing Aids Prevention. EC-concerted action on assessment of Aids/HIV prevention strategies
The overall aim of the project has been to assess the extent to which data on the frequency of occurence of STDs [Sexually transmitted diseases] might be useful in the monitoring and evaluation of AIDS prevention programmes. The objectives have been to answer the following questions: (a) Can measures of STD occurence be used as an outcome measure of AIDS/HIV preventive efforts ? In particular: -> which diseases might be useful ? -> in what ways could they be used ? (b) If measures of STD occurence can be used in this way, is existing surveillance data in Western Europe adequate for the purpose ? If not why not ? (c) What do data from existing STD surveillance systems tell us about the success or failure of AIDS prevention to date ? (d) What needs to be done in order taht STD surveillance data in the countries of Western Europe could be used for this purpose ? [Authors, p. 4]
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome/prevention & control , HIV Infections/prevention & control , Sexually Transmitted Diseases/epidemiology , Europe
Last modification date