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Type: Thesis
Title: Systematic reviews and economic evaluation of HIV behavioural interventions in China.
Author: Wang, Shuhong
Issue Date: 2007
School/Discipline: School of Population Health and Clinical Practice : Public Health
Abstract: This thesis focuses on behavioural interventions for preventing sexual transmission of HIV. The international literature on the evaluation of this type of intervention largely originates from developed countries and from Africa. China, where the AIDS epidemic is growing rapidly, lacks rigorous evaluation studies to determine the effectiveness of HIV prevention activities. This study develops a model to inform decision-making based on evidence generated in settings other than those for which policy is being developed. This model is illustrated through two case studies in China, the first on HIV/AIDS prevention strategies targeting young people, and the second on men who have sex with men.
Dissertation Note: Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, School of Population Health and Clinical Practice, 2007
Keywords: HIV infections prevention China
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