Surveillance Methods for Monitoring HIV Incidence and Drug Resistance
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CitationExner, Natalie Mae. 2014. Surveillance Methods for Monitoring HIV Incidence and Drug Resistance. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractDisease surveillance is the continuous collection, analysis, and interpretation of health-related data. Information gained from routine HIV disease surveillance is vital to national program managers deciding to implement new prevention or treatment programs. In this dissertation, we describe methods for estimation of HIV incidence and the prevalence of HIV drug resistance.
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