Why is the Population-based HIV Impact Assessment Project Important?
SEP 04, 2017 | CONTAGION® EDITORIAL STAFF
Jessica Justman, MD, senior technical director, ICAP, Mailman School of Public Health & associate professor of medicine in epidemiology, Columbia University, shares that the Population-based HIV Impact Assessment Project is so important because a report card is needed to understand how HIV is impacting different countries on a national level. Dr. Justman explains that this report card can be used to inform plans going forward.
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