4 edition of European network on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis prevention in prisons found in the catalog.
by Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Bernan Associates [distributor] in Luxembourg, Lanham, Md
Written in English
|Statement||European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumer Protection.|
|Contributions||European Commission. Directorate-General for Health and Consumer Protection.|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.E85 E93 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|LC Control Number||2002499736|
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History. Merged with European Network of Drug and HIV/AIDS Services in Prison (ENDHASP) to form European Network on Drugs and Infections Prevention in Prison (ENDIPP). Aims. Collect and compare information on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis epidemiology and prevention in European prisons; develop anonymous epidemiological monitoring systems on HIV infections and HIV.
European network on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis prevention in prisons. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities ; Lanham, Md.: Bernan Associates [distributor], (OCoLC) The European Network on Drugs and Infection Prevention in Prison (ENDIPP) is one of the projects funded through the European Commission's Public Health Programme.
This is a pan-European network across 27 European Union member states which has funding for the next three years. It is coordinated jointly by two organisations: the Wissenschaftliches Institut der Ã. Prisons are extremely high-risk environments for transmission of HIV, due to overcrowding, poor nutrition, limited access to health care, continued drug use, unsafe injecting practices, unprotected sex and tattooing.
In addition, many inmates come from marginalized populations –. ERNA European Network on HIV/AIDS, TB and Hepatitis C. likes. ERNA gathers 39 Red European network on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis prevention in prisons book and Red Crescent Societies from Europe and Central Asia, promotes the sharing of good practices in the Followers: HIV AIDS and HCV in Prisons - A Select Annotated Bibliography, Jurgens, • J • Topics: Medical, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis.
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3 Weilandt C, Rotily M. European Network on HIV/AIDS. HIV prevention in prisons. The book contains very little new information. It relies heavily on the authors' prior published work. The prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and tuberculosis are higher in prisons than in the general population in most countries worldwide.
Prisons have emerged as a risk environment for these infections to be further concentrated, amplified, and then transmitted to the community after prisoners are released. In the absence of alternatives to incarceration, prisons Cited by: 4.
injeCting drug use, hArm reduCtion And hiv/Aids Martin C. Donoghoe 5. silenCe still = deAth: 25 yeArs oF hiv/Aids in prisons Heino Stöver and Rick Lines 6. From denver to dublin: the role oF Civil soCiety in hiv treAtment And Control Mauro Guarinieri and Lital Hollander 7.
From deAth to liFe: two deCAdes oF progress in hiv therApyFile Size: 2MB. European Network on HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Prevention in Prisons.
Final Report on the EU Project European Network on HIV/AIDS Prevention in Prisons, The proceedings of the first seminar of the European Network. Title(s): European Network on HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis Prevention in Prisons/ European Commission, Directorate General for Health and Consumer Protection.
Country of Publication: Luxembourg Publisher: Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Many women in the WHO European Region, particularly those in their 40s, are diagnosed at a late stage of HIV infection when their immune system is already starting to fail.
They are three to four times more likely to be diagnosed late than younger women. European Laboratory Initiative on TB, HIV and Viral Hepatitis sets priorities for. A4 European Guidelines on HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis in Prison (Milan, MayLaunched by the European Network on HIV and Hepatitis Prevention in Prison) The prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and tuberculosis are higher in prisons than in the general population in most countries worldwide.
Prisons have emerged as a risk environment for these infections to be further concentrated, amplified, and then transmitted to the community after prisoners are by: The prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and tuberculosis are higher in prisons than in the general.
population in most countries worldwide. Prisons have emerged as a risk environment for these infections to be further concentrated, amplified, and then transmitted to the community after prisoners are released.
Hepatitis and HIV in Prisons | 7 What Is Hepatitis C. The word hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis can be caused by certain viruses (like hepatitis C) but it can also be caused toxins (like drinking too much alcohol) or as a bad side effect from certain drugs (like acetaminophen overdose).File Size: 1MB.
The National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (NCHHSTP) is one of the larger centers at CDC, with a budget of approximately $1 billion. There are about 1, full-time employees and contractors, including approximately serving at state and local health departments in the United States.
European Network for HIV/AIDS Surveillance HIV/AIDS surveillance in Europe is jointly coordinated by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the WHO Regional Office for Europe, collecting data from all 53 countries in the European region.
Medical professionals and scientists recommend treatment or prevention of other infections such as herpes, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, human papillomavirus, syphilis, gonorrhea, and tuberculosis as an indirect way to prevent the spread of HIV infection.
Often doctors treat these conditions with pharmaceutical interventions. This is a series of 13 info sheets on HIV/AIDS and hepatitis C in prisons. HIV and hepatitis C in prisons: the facts; High-risk behaviours in prisons.
Hepatitis C Trust and + Prison Reform Trust very much appreciated the support of the Joseph Rank National AIDS Trust would also like to thank the Monument Trust for contributing towards its work on the survey and report.
HIV and hepatitis in prisons:addressing prisoners’ healthcare needsiFile Size: 1MB.The prevalence of HIV, hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and tuberculosis are higher in prisons than in the general population in most countries worldwide.
Prisons have emerged as a risk environment for these infections to be further concentrated, amplified, and then transmitted to the community after prisoners are by: The prevalence of hepatitis C virus infection among prisoners approaches 40%, and far exceeds that of HIV in prison.
Coinfection with the 2 viruses, which therefore is exceptionally common in prisoners, is associated with an accelerated course of hepatitis C disease, making treatment of both diseases particularly urgent in the correctional setting.