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55581. HIV Guidelines for HIV. Cost of compulsory HIV testing. (PubMed)

HIV Guidelines for HIV. Cost of compulsory HIV testing. 8499845 1993 06 28 2018 11 13 0959-8138 306 6886 1993 May 01 BMJ (Clinical research ed.) BMJ HIV Guidelines for HIV. Cost of compulsory HIV testing. 1202 Tolley K K Kennelly J J eng Letter Comment England BMJ 8900488 0959-8138 AIM IM X BMJ. 1993 Apr 17;306(6884):1013-4 8490490 AIDS Serodiagnosis economics Guidelines as Topic HIV Infections economics Health Care Costs Health Personnel Humans Occupational Health United Kingdom 1993 5 1 1993

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1993 BMJ : British Medical Journal

55582. A randomised controlled trial of different approaches to universal antenatal HIV testing: uptake and acceptability and Annex: Antenatal HIV testing - assessment of a routine voluntary approach. (PubMed)

A randomised controlled trial of different approaches to universal antenatal HIV testing: uptake and acceptability and Annex: Antenatal HIV testing - assessment of a routine voluntary approach. 10350448 2000 09 25 2018 12 01 1366-5278 3 4 1999 Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) Health Technol Assess A randomised controlled trial of different approaches to universal antenatal HIV testing: uptake and acceptability and Annex: Antenatal HIV testing - assessment of a routine (...) voluntary approach. 1-112 Simpson W M WM Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Centre for Reproductive Biology, The University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK. Johnstone F D FD Boyd F M FM Goldberg D J DJ Hart G J GJ Gormley S M SM Hamilton B A BA eng Clinical Trial Comparative Study Journal Article Randomized Controlled Trial England Health Technol Assess 9706284 1366-5278 IM X AIDS Serodiagnosis economics methods Adult Analysis of Variance Chi-Square Distribution Confidence Intervals Female HIV

2000 Health technology assessment (Winchester, England)

55583. Comparison of HIV-risk behaviors and demographics of adolescents tested or not tested for HIV infection. (PubMed)

Comparison of HIV-risk behaviors and demographics of adolescents tested or not tested for HIV infection. In a survey of 2,548 adolescents, 11.5 percent reported ever having had the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) antibody test. Those who had been tested were significantly more likely to be male, black, and to reside in metropolitan areas than those who had not been tested. Tested adolescents were more than three times as likely to report having injected drugs and were more than twice (...) as likely to have had sexual intercourse, had sexual intercourse at earlier ages, and with multiple partners. More than half of adolescents who had been HIV-tested had no reported risks for HIV infection. More than one-quarter of adolescents not tested reported at least one HIV risk factor. These data suggest the importance of discussing the HIV testing and counseling process within any HIV education program directed to adolescents.

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1994 Public Health Reports

55584. Point-of-care testing for HIV: HIV counselling and testing (PubMed)

Point-of-care testing for HIV: HIV counselling and testing 18159377 2011 07 14 2018 11 13 1180-2332 13 2 2002 Mar The Canadian journal of infectious diseases = Journal canadien des maladies infectieuses Can J Infect Dis Point-of-care testing for HIV: HIV counselling and testing. 85-8 Johnston Bl B Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre and Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia; Conly Jm J eng Journal Article Canada Can J Infect Dis 9425856 1180-2332 2007 12 27 9 0 2007 12 27 9 1 2007 12

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2002 The Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases

55585. Voluntary confidential HIV testing of STD patients in Switzerland, 1990-5: HIV test refusers cause different biases on HIV prevalences in heterosexuals and homo/bisexuals. Swiss Network of Dermatovenereology Policlinics. (PubMed)

Voluntary confidential HIV testing of STD patients in Switzerland, 1990-5: HIV test refusers cause different biases on HIV prevalences in heterosexuals and homo/bisexuals. Swiss Network of Dermatovenereology Policlinics. To monitor the prevalence of HIV infection among heterosexual and male homo/bisexual STD patients and assess the effect of HIV test refusers on the HIV prevalences.A voluntary confidential HIV test was offered to all people diagnosed with an STD at the Swiss Network (...) of Dermatovenerology Policlinics (SNDP) between July 1990 and June 1995. Anonymous sociodemographic and behavioural information was collected for each patient regardless of whether s/he accepted or refused the HIV test.The prevalence of HIV was 1.6% among heterosexuals and 22.4% homo/bisexual men and remained stable between July 1990 and June 1995. Refusal rates were 17.5% among heterosexuals and 16.0% among homo/bisexual men and did not change significantly over time. To assess the potential effect of HIV test

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1997 Genitourinary Medicine

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