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close this bookMeeting the Behavioural Data Collection Needs of National HIV/AIDS and STD Programmes (Implementing AIDS Prevention and Care Project - Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS - United States Agency for International Development, 1998, 41 p.)
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View the document1. Introduction
Open this folder and view contents2. Why track behaviour?
View the document3. Linking behavioural data with HIV serosurveillance
Open this folder and view contents4. What is needed to understand and track behaviour?
View the document5. Do people tell the truth about their sexual and drug-taking behaviour?
Open this folder and view contents6. Recommended mix of data collection methods
View the document7. What next?
View the document8. Sustaining behavioural data collection over time
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View the documentAnnex

Bibliography

Rapid assessment/qualitative research:

World Health Organization/Programme on Substance Abuse: The Rapid Assessment and Response Guide on Injecting Drug Use (Eds.: Stimson GV, Fitch C, and Rhodes T). Geneva: World Health Organization; 1998.

Family Health International/AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project: Qualitative Methods for Evaluation Research in HIV/AIDS Prevention Programming. Evaluation Tools Module 5. Arlington, Virginia: Family Health International; 1996.

Family Health International/AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project: Conducting Effective Focus Group Discussions. Evaluation Tools Module 2. Arlington, Virginia: Family Health International; 1994.

World Health Organization/Global Programme on AIDS: Training Manual on Focus Group Discussions in KABP and Partner Relations. Geneva: World Health Organization;1990.

World Health Organization/Global Programme on AIDS: Guidelines on Qualitative Studies about KABP and Partner Relations. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1990.

World Health Organization/Global Programme on AIDS: Guidelines on Qualitative Studies on Drug Injecting Behaviour. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1990.

Survey design/sampling/questionnaire:

World Health Organization/Global Programme on AIDS: Evaluation of a National AIDS Programme: A Methods Package. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1994.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS: Best Practice Collection. Key material. A questionnaire for tracing sexual network. Geneva, 1998.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS and World Health Organization: Draft guidelines on "Second Generation Surveillance for HIV. The Next Decade and Beyond." Geneva, 1998.

Family Health Internation/AIDS Control and Prevention (AIDSCAP) Project: HIV Risk Behavioral Surveillance:
Methodology and Issues in Monitoring HIV Risk Behaviors. Workshop Summary. Bangkok, Thailand: Family Health International; 1997.

Mills S, Saidel T, Bennett A, Rehle T, Hogle J, Brown T, Magnani R: HIV risk behavioral surveillance: a methodology for monitoring behavioral trends. AIDS 12 (suppl. 2): S37-S46, 1998.

United Nations/Department for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis: National Household Survey Capability Programme: Sampling Rare arid Elusive Populations. New York: United Nations; 1993.

Family Health International/HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Department: Survey Measurement and Sampling

Guidelines for Repeated Behavioral Surveys. Arlington, Virginia: Family Health International; 1999.

Family Health International/HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Department: Questionnaires for HIV/AIDS/STD Behavioral Surveys in Selected Population Groups. Arlington, Virginia: Family Health International; 1999.

CaraM. Sexual behaviour. In Sexual Behaviour and AIDS in the Developing World. (Eds: Cleland J and Ferry B). London: Taylor and Francis; 1995, pp. 75-123.

Konings E, Bantebya G, CaraM, Agenda D, Martens
T: Validating population surveys for the measurement of HIV/STD prevention indicators. AIDS 9:375-82, 1995.

Merit M, Mertens T, CaraM, et al. Baseline for the evaluation of an AIDS programme using prevention indicators: a case study in Ethiopia. Bulletin of WHO 74:509-516,1996.

Mertens T and CaraM. Evaluation of HIV/STD prevention, care and support: an update on WHO'S approaches. AIDS Education and Prevention 9:133-145, 1997.