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JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 3: research
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On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers Today is World AIDS Day. HIV/AIDS is a pressing issue for many of the countries in which INASP works. It is also a significant focus for research in these countries. This series of posts share a selection of recent research on the topic from the Journals Online (JOLs) platforms. The first post looked at some research in the area of public knowledge and education about HIV and AIDS. The second post looked at research into the broader health implications of HIV/AIDS, the complications and the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment. This post looks at a range of research into the disease, its prevalence and potential treatment. (Some articles on the AJOL platform may not be open access. However, researchers in the developing world can register for free access on the AJOL website). … Continue reading

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JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 2: health studies
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On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers Today is World AIDS Day. HIV/AIDS is a pressing issue for many of the countries in which INASP works. It is also a significant focus for research in these countries. This series of posts share a selection of research from the past year on the topic from the Journals Online (JOLs) platforms. The first post looked at some research in the area of public knowledge and education about HIV and AIDS. Another area where there is considerable research is in the broader health implications of HIV/AIDS, the complications and the effectiveness of different approaches to treatment. (Some articles on the AJOL platform may not be open access. However, researchers in the developing world can register for free access on the AJOL website). Psychiatric Co-morbidity in HIV/AIDS: A Neglected Issue Journal of Psychiatrists’ … Continue reading

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JOLs platforms provide gateway to Southern HIV/AIDS research – part 1: knowledge and education
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On World AIDS Day, Andy Nobes takes a look at some recent research into HIV/AIDS from Southern researchers Today is World AIDS Day. HIV/AIDS is a pressing issue for many of the countries in which INASP works. It is also a significant focus for research in these countries. This post and the next three posts share a selection of research from the past year on the topic from the Journals Online (JOLs) platforms. This first post looks at some research in the area of public knowledge and education about HIV and AIDS. (Some articles on the AJOL platform may not be open access. However, researchers in the developing world can register for free access on the AJOL website). Knowledge Regarding HIV/AIDS Among the Adult Population in a Rural Community Journal of Armed Forces Medical College, Bangladesh Implementing HIV/AIDS Education: Impact of Teachers’ Training on HIV/AIDS Education in Bangladesh Journal of Health, … Continue reading

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