Priorities for Local AIDS Control Efforts: A Manual for Implementing the PLACE Method

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Author(s): Weir SS, Tate J, Hileman SB, Khan M, Jackson E, Johnston A, Herman C

Year: 2005


Using a venue-based approach, the PLACE Method lays out a step-by-step method for monitoring AIDS prevention among most-at-risk populations. This manual provides readers with an in-depth guide for using this method, which is designed for implementation within a short period of time by local personnel equipped with a word-processing program and freely available data entry, analysis, and mapping programs such as Epi-Info. The method includes participatory feedback workshops to ensure that results are used to tailor local interventions.

Filed under: Monitoring , HIV/AIDS , At-Risk Populations