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Managing community-based HIV programs in developing countries (6 points)


Leader: Dr D Morgan

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)
Clayton Second semester 2004 (Day)

Synopsis: Issues involved in assessing the risk of HIV transmission in a community. Developing & managing a multisectoral response to HIV/AIDS, including prevention of infection and health care needs of persons with AIDS. The global HIV/AIDS situation. Key determinants of infection. The relative success of various approaches to the AIDS epidemic in affected countries. Elements of a community HIV/AIDS situation. Components of a community-based HIV/AIDS prevention & care program.

Assessment: Written assignments + Short answer examination

Contact Hours: 7 day intensive block

Off-campus attendance requirements: 7 day intensive block

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