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Heisterkamp, Siam (1995) Quantitative analysis of AIDS/HIV: development of methods to support policy making for infectious disease control. S.l.: s.n. .

This thesis is concerned with the development and application of methodology of quantitative analysis of the AIDS/HIV epidemic.

This study aims to provide practical algorithms to analyse the surveillance data at hand, for support policy making for public health strategies in care planning. Looking at similarities to other fields of research and other infectious diseases. The author also looks at the bias away from Africa and pre-HIV treatment towards a Western public health issue.


Item Type:Book
Date:1995
Call No:RQ8, GH16.12.2
Pages:xi, 15
Publisher:s.n.
Place of Publication:S.l.
ISBN:90-90077882-7
Keywords:prevalence, communicable disease by infectious agent, HIV infection, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, communicable disease control, HIV prevention, public policy on health, forecast, quantitative data analysis
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Accession Number:HRB 1452 (Available)
Subjects:P Demography, epidemiology, and history > Epidemiology
G Health and disease > Disorder by cause > Communicable disease > HIV infection
R Research > Data analysis method > Quantitative data analysis

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