Which HIV prevention programs are most cost effective?
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Which programs are worth expanding and which should be abandoned altogether? This book addresses the quantitative evaluation of HIV prevention programs, assessing several different quantitative methods of evaluation.
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The book includes chapters by behavioral scientists, biologists, economists, epidemiologists, health service researchers, operations researchers, policy makers, and statisticians. The chapters present a wide variety of perspectives on the subject, including an overview of HIV prevent The chapters present a wide variety of perspectives on the subject, including an overview of HIV prevention programs in developing countries, economic analyses that address questions of cost effectiveness and resource allocation, case studies such as Israel's ban on Ethiopian blood donors, and descriptions of new methodologies and problems.
Keywords: HIV , HIV prevention programs , developing countries , economic analysis , costs effectiveness , resource allocation , Israel , blood donors. Forgot password? Don't have an account?
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