By Joanne E. Mantell Ph.D., M.S.P.H., Anthony T. DiVittis M.A., Marilyn I. Auerbach A.M.L.S., Dr. P.H. (auth.)
This trouble-free, entire advisor areas evaluate within the context of HIV to offer all healthiness care execs the mandatory instruments for constructing and enforcing winning HIV interventions. each point of review is mentioned, together with:
- the social and political context of assessment
- coding and inter-rater reliability tactics
- obstacles to assessment and answer
- the dissemination of effects
- the applying of concept to HIV interventions.
Case reviews and examples from either the U.S. and overseas to demonstrate functional matters, and diverse tables and figures supplement the text.
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