HIV behavioural surveillance among refugees and surrounding host communities in Uganda, 2006.

@article{Harrison2009HIVBS,
  title={HIV behavioural surveillance among refugees and surrounding host communities in Uganda, 2006.},
  author={Kathleen McDavid Harrison and Johanna Claass and Paul Spiegel and Judith Bamuturaki and Njogu Patterson and Michael Muyonga and Lillian Tatwebwa},
  journal={African journal of AIDS research : AJAR},
  year={2009},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={29-41}
}
We used a standardised behavioural surveillance survey (BSS), modified to be directly relevant to populations in conflict and post-conflict settings as well as to their surrounding host populations, to survey the populations of a refugee settlement in south-western Uganda and its surrounding area. Two-stage probability sampling was used to conduct 800 interviews in each population. The BSS questionnaire adapted for displaced populations was administered to adults aged 15-59 years. It collected… CONTINUE READING

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