Defining and surveying key populations at risk of HIV infection: Towards a unified approach to eligibility criteria for respondent-driven sampling HIV biobehavioral surveys.

@article{Hakim2018DefiningAS,
  title={Defining and surveying key populations at risk of HIV infection: Towards a unified approach to eligibility criteria for respondent-driven sampling HIV biobehavioral surveys.},
  author={Avi J Hakim and Lisa Grazina Johnston and Samantha Dittrich and Dimitri Prybylski and Janet Burnett and Evelyn J. Kim},
  journal={International journal of STD & AIDS},
  year={2018},
  volume={29 9},
  pages={
          895-903
        }
}
Substantial resources are invested in human immunodeficiency virus biobehavioral surveys using respondent-driven sampling for measuring progress towards the UNAIDS 90-90-90 goals and to obtain other essential data on key populations. Survey data are used to meet country needs as well those of development partners, whose data needs may sometimes diverge. Surveys using differing eligibility criteria impede comparisons across surveys. With scant literature and guidelines on how to approach… CONTINUE READING

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