Evaluating HIV/AIDS education and prevention models targeting minorities, mobile and migrant populations: A systematic literature review


ABSTRACT

The 2008-2011 aids&mobility project aimed to improve health literacy and awareness among the immigrant population of HIV and the health service availability by training young migrants as certified transcultural mediators to promote health and prevention in their communities.
The project established its activities and target population on included a systematic literature review of the scientific literature. The literature wes also the frame of reference for the evaluation and publication of results.
Evaluation was based on the folllowing:
– Outcomes of the HIV health promotion activities and drug-related programs aimed at increasing access to counselling, testing and treatment;
– Method used to measure outocoms;
– Method used to calculate effectiveness calculated and whether comparable to economic modelling; eventual “social accounting”;
– Policy recommendations to ensure program sustainability;
The review describes the results of the analysis of relevant research articles identified through a systematic database search.


Articolo presente in – HAART and correlated pathologies n. 20

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