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dc.contributor.authorJager JC
dc.contributor.authorBoom FMLG van den
dc.contributor.authorHeisterkamp SH
dc.contributor.authorHouweling H
dc.contributor.authorPostma JM
dc.contributor.authorReinking DP
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T13:52:33Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T13:52:33Z
dc.date.issued1995-12-31
dc.identifier432502001
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/256337
dc.description.abstractBeschrijving van de aanpak die bij de constructie van een 'reference scenario' voor de epidemiologische, economische en sociale impact van de HIV/AIDS epidemie in Europa zal worden gevolgd.
dc.description.abstractThe objectives of this 'Planning Meeting' were to discuss the work programme of the project and to identify the relevant issues to be addressed and activities to be carried out during the first year of the research project. The main targets of the Working Groups to be reached during the first year of the project were formulated. 1). The epidemiologists will focus their attention on HIV data, subclassified for relevant subepidemics, to establish an epidemiological analysis of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Europe. 2). The economists will update the scenarios on health care for HIV infected persons and will integrate this study with results from the project on Managing the Costs of HIV Infection. In addition a comparative study will be made by analyzing available databases on care for HIV infected patients. Starting from these activities a framework for a 'baseline analytical' approach will be formulated. 3). The social scientists will concentrate on two themes, dealing with *care and support and *prevention and intervention. 4). The modellers proposed to review the available techniques for future studies on the spread of HIV and to consider possibilities to work within the EU Concerted Action with one general modelling approach.
dc.description.sponsorshipVWS/AIV
dc.format.extent32 p
dc.language.isoen
dc.publisherNederlandse Rode Kruis
dc.publisherNederlands Instituut voor Geestelijke Gezondheid
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 432502001
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/432502001.html
dc.subject02nl
dc.subjectaidsen
dc.subjectaidsen
dc.subjectreference scenarioen
dc.subjectimpact analysisen
dc.titleEU Concerted Action Multinational Scenario Analysis Conderning Epidemiological Social and Economic Impacts of HIV/AIDS on Society. Report on Planning Meeting 25th-26th August 1994 Bilthoven, the Netherlandsen
dc.typeReport
dc.contributor.departmentVTV
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T13:52:33Z
html.description.abstractBeschrijving van de aanpak die bij de constructie van een 'reference scenario' voor de epidemiologische, economische en sociale impact van de HIV/AIDS epidemie in Europa zal worden gevolgd.
html.description.abstractThe objectives of this 'Planning Meeting' were to discuss the work programme of the project and to identify the relevant issues to be addressed and activities to be carried out during the first year of the research project. The main targets of the Working Groups to be reached during the first year of the project were formulated. 1). The epidemiologists will focus their attention on HIV data, subclassified for relevant subepidemics, to establish an epidemiological analysis of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Europe. 2). The economists will update the scenarios on health care for HIV infected persons and will integrate this study with results from the project on Managing the Costs of HIV Infection. In addition a comparative study will be made by analyzing available databases on care for HIV infected patients. Starting from these activities a framework for a 'baseline analytical' approach will be formulated. 3). The social scientists will concentrate on two themes, dealing with *care and support and *prevention and intervention. 4). The modellers proposed to review the available techniques for future studies on the spread of HIV and to consider possibilities to work within the EU Concerted Action with one general modelling approach.


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