SURVEILLANCE OF IMPORTED PARASITIC INFECTIONS = SURVEILLANCE DES INFECTIONS PARASITAIRES IMPORTÉES
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期刊Weekly Epidemiological Record = Relevé épidémiologique hebdomadaire, 55 (44): 340 - 341
The pre-surveillance assessment : guidelines for planning serosurveillance of HIV, prevalence of sexually transmitted infections and the behavioural components of second generation surveillance of HIV / UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STI surveillance UNAIDS; UNAIDS/WHO Working Group on Global HIV/AIDS and STD Surveillance (2005)
Surveillance of antiretroviral toxicity: technical review meeting on country experiences in antiretroviral toxicity surveillance: sharing preliminary results and lessons learnt, identifying solutions, 7-8 November 2013, Geneva, Switzerland: meeting report World Health Organization (WHO/HIV/2014.3, 2014)
Using surveillance data for action: lessons learnt from the second generation HIV/AIDS surveillance project in Pakistan Emmanuel, F.; Adrien, A.; Athar, U.; Imran, M.; Reza, T.; Blanchard, J. (2011)Although many countries are now collecting useful, high-quality HIV surveillance data, more efforts are put into the collection of data than into ensuring it is deployed effectively. The Canada-Pakistan HIV/ AIDS surveillance project has strengthened and expanded the existing national AIDS control programme surveillance system in Pakistan through a comprehensive estimate of the size and location of some of the most at-risk populations [sex workers and injection drug users] and annual assessments of their sociodemographic characteristics, behaviours ...