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Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations : 2016 update.

Other author/creatorWorld Health Organization, issuing body.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication Info Geneva : World Health Organization, [2016]
Description1 online resource (1 PDF file (xix, 155 pages)) : illustrations.
Supplemental Content Direct link to resource
Subject(s)
Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS -- DEFINITIONS OF KEY TERMS -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY -- 1. INTRODUCTION -- 1.1. Key populations and vulnerable groups -- 1.2. HIV in key populations -- 1.2.1. Men who have sex with men -- 1.2.2. People in prisons and other closed settings -- 1.2.3. People who inject drugs -- 1.2.4. Sex workers -- 1.2.5. Transgender people -- 1.2.6. Overlapping vulnerabilities and differing risks -- 1.2.7. Adolescents and young people from key populations -- 1.3. Addressing key populations: a wise investment -- 1.3.1. Key to the dynamics of epidemics -- 1.3.2. Expanding coverage can make a difference -- 1.4. Scope of these key population guidelines -- 1.5. Using these guidelines -- 1.6. Goal and objectives -- 1.7. Target audience -- 1.8. Guidelines principles -- 2. METHODOLOGY AND PROCESS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF THE GUIDELINES -- 2.1. Overview -- 2.2. Establishing guideline groups -- 2.3. Defining the scope of the guidelines -- 2.4. Review of the evidence -- 2.4.1. Information on prisons and other closed settings -- 2.5. Development of the pre-exposure prophylaxis recommendations -- 2.6. Evidence assessment -- 2.6.1. How to interpret the quality of evidence -- 2.6.2. Determining the strength of a recommendation -- 2.7. Review of service delivery, implementation approaches and case studies -- 2.8. Producing the guidelines -- 2.9. Plans for dissemination -- 2.10. Updating -- 3. COMPREHENSIVE PACKAGE OF INTERVENTIONS -- 3.1. Services for all key populations -- 3.2. Specific considerations -- 3.2.1. Prisons and other closed settings -- 3.2.2. People who inject drugs -- 3.2.3. Adolescents from key populations.
Contents 4. HEALTH SECTOR INTERVENTIONS -- 4.1. Prevention -- 4.1.1. Comprehensive condom and lubricant programming -- 4.1.2. Harm reduction for people who inject drugs -- 4.1.3. Behavioural interventions -- 4.1.4. Prevention of transmission in health-care settings -- 4.1.5. ARV-related prevention -- 4.1.6. Voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention -- 4.2. HIV testing and counselling -- 4.3. Linkage and enrolment in care -- 4.4. HIV treatment and care -- 4.4.1. Antiretroviral therapy -- 4.4.2. Prevention of mother-to-child transmission -- 4.4.3. ART drug interactions -- 4.5. Prevention and management of coinfections and co-morbidities -- 4.5.1. Tuberculosis -- 4.5.2. Viral hepatitis -- 4.5.3. Mental health -- 4.6. General care -- 4.6.1. Nutrition -- 4.6.2. Sexual and reproductive health interventions -- 5. CRITICAL ENABLERS -- 5.1. Law and policy -- 5.1.1. Legal barriers -- 5.1.2. Critical enablers -- 5.2. Stigma and discrimination -- 5.2.1. Barriers -- 5.2.2. Critical enablers -- 5.3. Community empowerment -- 5.3.1. Barriers -- 5.3.2. Critical enablers -- 5.4. Violence -- 5.4.1. Barriers -- 5.4.2. Critical enablers -- 6. SERVICE DELIVERY -- 6.1. Overview -- 6.2. Key service delivery strategies -- 6.2.1. Integration of services -- 6.2.2. Decentralization of services -- 6.2.3. Task-shifting the delivery of services -- 6.2.4. Community-based approaches -- 6.3. Key factors to consider when providing services for all key populations.
Contents 7. DEVELOPING THE RESPONSE: THE DECISION-MAKING, PLANNING AND MONITORING PROCESS -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.1.1. Guiding principles -- 7.2. Understanding the situation -- 7.3. Planning and implementing the response -- 7.4. Monitoring and evaluating the response -- 7.5. Ongoing planning and development of the response -- REFERENCES -- ANNEXES -- Annex 1. Pre-exposure prophylaxis for men who have sex with men: a systematic review -- Annex 2. Pre-exposure prophylaxis for people who inject drugs: a systematic review -- Annex 3. Values and preferences: consolidated report -- Annex 3.1. Values and Preferences of MSM: the use of antiretroviral therapy as prevention -- Annex 3.2 Values and preferences of people who inject drugs, and views of experts, activists and service providers: HIV prevention, harm reduction and related issues -- Annex 3.3. Values and preferences of transgender people: a qualitative study -- Annex 4. Health interventions in prisons: a literature review -- Annex 5. Case studies -- Annex 6.1. HIV and young transgender people -- Annex 6.2. HIV and young people who sell sex -- Annex 6.3. HIV and young people who inject drugs -- Annex 6.4. HIV and young men who have sex with men.
Summary In this new consolidated guidelines document on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations, the World Health Organization brings together all existing guidance relevant to five key populations - men who have sex with men, people who inject drugs, people in prisons and other closed settings, sex workers and transgender people - and updates selected guidance and recommendations. These guidelines aim to:1. provide a comprehensive package of evidence-based HIV-related recommendations for all key populations;2. increase awareness of the needs of and issues important to key populations;3. improve access, coverage and uptake of effective and acceptable services; and4. catalyze greater national and global commitment to adequate funding and services.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references.
Source of descriptionDescription based on online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed October 19, 2016).
Issued in other formUpdate to: Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key populations. Geneva : World Health Organization, [2014]
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