A Sense of PLACE: Following Up on the Legacy of PLACE Studies in Seven Countries
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The Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts (PLACE) methodology is an innovative set of tools that allow the public health community to identify, track, and describe venues where high-risk populations are meeting new sexual partners. This information can then be used for surveillance or intervention-design purposes. In an effort to understand better what happens to data and information during and after the implementation of PLACE in a country, follow-up interviews were conducted with key informants in seven countries who were involved in PLACE studies since 2003. This case study reports findings from the interviews.
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