Update for sampling most-at-risk and hidden populations for HIV biological and behavioral surveillance

@inproceedings{Johnston2010UpdateFS,
  title={Update for sampling most-at-risk and hidden populations for HIV biological and behavioral surveillance},
  author={Lisa Grazina Johnston and Keith Sabin and Dimitri Prybylski},
  year={2010}
}
Two meetings, the first one in 2004 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and the second in 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand, on “New Strategies for HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Resource-Constrained Countries” were held through collaborative efforts of UNAIDS, WHO, CDC-GAP and USAID. These meetings gathered technical staff from around the world, to share new strategies, advances and challenges in HIV biological and behavioral surveillance implementation in resource-constrained countries. The first meeting included… CONTINUE READING

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