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The HIV pandemic : local and global implications / edited by Eduard J. Beck ... [et al.] ; managing editor, Lynn-Marie Holland.

By: Eduard J. BeckContributor(s): Beck, Eduard J | Holland, Lynn-MarieMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006Edition: 1st edDescription: xxxix, 799 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 0198528434 (hbk.); 9780198528432Subject(s): AIDS (Disease) -- International cooperation | HIV infections -- International cooperation | Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- prevention and control | HIV Infections -- prevention and control | Cross-Cultural ComparisonDDC classification: 362.1969792 LOC classification: RA643.8 | .H582 2006NLM classification: 2006 H-492 | WC 503.6Other classification: 44.78 Online resources: Table of contents | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
The HIV pandemic and health systems: an introduction -- The evolving HIV pandemic -- Social and economic impact of the HIV pandemic -- Determinants of the HIV pandemic in developing countries -- HIV prevention programmes: an overview -- Antiretroviral treatment and care of HIV -- HIV vaccines: development and future use -- Ethical issues and HAART -- Legal and human rights implications -- Strategic information for HIV programmes -- The contribution of cost-effectiveness analysis -- Botswana -- Ethiopia -- Nigeria -- Senegal -- South Africa -- Uganda -- Cambodia -- China -- India -- Indonesia -- The Philippines -- Thailand -- Barbados -- Cuba -- Haiti -- Jamaica -- Argentina -- Brazil -- Costa Rica -- France -- Italy -- Russian Federation -- Spain -- Ukraine -- The United Kingdom -- Canada -- Mexico -- The United States of America -- The UN response to the HIV pandemic -- Donor, lender and research agencies' response to the HIV crisis -- Financing HIV: the roles of international financial institutions -- Fiscal and macroeconomic aspects of the HIV pandemic -- Trade, intellectual property and access to affordable HIV medications -- Country-level public-private partnerships for succesful HIV treatment programmes -- Developing human resources for the HIV pandemic -- The contribution of civil society -- The role of community involvement in HIV programmes in South Africa -- Responding effectively to the HIV pandemic -- Some lessons learned.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The HIV pandemic and health systems: an introduction -- The evolving HIV pandemic -- Social and economic impact of the HIV pandemic -- Determinants of the HIV pandemic in developing countries -- HIV prevention programmes: an overview -- Antiretroviral treatment and care of HIV -- HIV vaccines: development and future use -- Ethical issues and HAART -- Legal and human rights implications -- Strategic information for HIV programmes -- The contribution of cost-effectiveness analysis -- Botswana -- Ethiopia -- Nigeria -- Senegal -- South Africa -- Uganda -- Cambodia -- China -- India -- Indonesia -- The Philippines -- Thailand -- Barbados -- Cuba -- Haiti -- Jamaica -- Argentina -- Brazil -- Costa Rica -- France -- Italy -- Russian Federation -- Spain -- Ukraine -- The United Kingdom -- Canada -- Mexico -- The United States of America -- The UN response to the HIV pandemic -- Donor, lender and research agencies' response to the HIV crisis -- Financing HIV: the roles of international financial institutions -- Fiscal and macroeconomic aspects of the HIV pandemic -- Trade, intellectual property and access to affordable HIV medications -- Country-level public-private partnerships for succesful HIV treatment programmes -- Developing human resources for the HIV pandemic -- The contribution of civil society -- The role of community involvement in HIV programmes in South Africa -- Responding effectively to the HIV pandemic -- Some lessons learned.

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