2014

ВИЧ-ИНФЕКЦИИ В КЛЮЧЕВЫХ ГРУППАХ НАСЕЛЕНИЯ: ПРОФИЛАКТИКА, ДИАГНОСТИКА, ЛЕЧЕНИЕ И УХОД

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Source: ВОЗ

ISBN: 978 92 4 450743 8

Language : RUS

В этом новом сводном руководстве по профилактике, диагностике, лечению и уходу в связи с ВИЧ-инфекцией Всемирная организация здравоохранения (ВОЗ) объединяет все существующие руководящие указания, касающиеся пяти ключевых групп населения (мужчин, имеющих секс с мужчинами; людей, употребляющих инъекционные наркотики; людей, находящихся в пенитенциарных и закрытых учреждениях; секс-работников; и трансгендеров), а также обновляет отдельные указания и рекомендации в этой области. Настоящее руководство преследует следующие цели: обеспечить пользователей комплексным пакетом научно-обоснованных рекомендаций по ВИЧ-инфекции, касающихся всех ключевых групп населения; повысить уровень информированности о потребностях и проблемах, важных для ключевых групп населения; улучшить показатели охвата
соответствующими эффективными и приемлемыми услугами, а также их доступности и использования; стимулировать большую приверженность усилиям, направленным на обеспечение адекватного финансирования соответствующих служб и их эффективной работы.

Efficacy of convenience sampling through the internet versus respondent driven sampling among males who have sex with males in Tallinn and Harju County, Estonia: challenges reaching a hidden population

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Source: AIDSCARE

Language : ENG

This paper examines challenges obtaining representative samples of males who have sex with males (MSM) in Estonia and provides descriptive HIV behavioral data gathered from four cross-sectional surveys; three using the internet, and one using respondent driven sampling (RDS) to recruit MSM in Tallinn and Harju County.

Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care

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Source: ROUTLEDGE

Language : ENG

This paper reports on research that aimed to identify risk factors and preventive behaviours for HIV/
STIs among men who have sex with men in Bulgaria, Kosovo, Macedonia and Romania. Twelve peer
researchers conducted interviews on sexual behaviour, condom use and HIV/STI awareness. Data
analysis revealed common themes across countries. Sexual activity takes place both in public spaces
and private homes.

AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV. Secrecy and risk among MSM in Tbilisi, Georgia

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Source: ROUTLEDGE

Language : ENG

There is concern that the tremendous economic, social, and political upheavals that the Republic of Georgia has undergone in the years since the fall of the Soviet Union may have created an environment fertile for HIV transmission. Notably absent from official statistics and HIV-related research in Georgia is discussion of men who have sex with men (MSM) and, therefore, little is known about the MSM population or its potential to acquire or transmit HIV.

The HIV epidemic in Russia, one of the world’s fastest growing, has been concentrated mostly among people who inject drugs (PWID).

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Source: AIDS RESEARCH

Language : ENG

The HIV epidemic in Russia, one of the world’s fastest growing, has been concentrated mostly among people who inject drugs (PWID). We sought to explore the epidemiology of the epidemic in St. Petersburg by sampling from the highest risk groups of PWID and men who have sex with men (MSM) and use viral sequencing data to better understand the nature of the city’s epidemic.

Underreporting of HIV Transmission Among Men Who Have Sex with Men in the Ukraine

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Knowledge of the modes of HIV transmission is essential for targeting prevention interventions, and yet
the accuracy and completeness of reporting of modes of transmission are often poor, particularly in places where reporting of certain risk behaviors can lead to stigmatization or even legal consequences.

Reduction of HIV-related stigma and discrimination UNAIDS 2014 | GUIDANCE NOTE

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Stigma and discrimination are among the foremost barriers to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support. Specifically, research has shown that stigma and discrimination undermine HIV prevention efforts by making people afraid to seek HIV information, services and modalities to reduce their risk of infection and to adopt safer behaviours lest these actions raise suspicion about their HIV status. Research has also shown that fear of stigma and discrimination, which can also be linked to fear of violence, discourages people living with HIV from disclosing their status even to family members and sexual partners and undermines their ability and willingness to access and adhere to treatment. Thus, stigma and discrimination weaken the ability of individuals and communities to protect themselves from HIV and to stay healthy if they are living with HIV.

План действий в отношении основных затронутых групп населения

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Source: THE GLOBAL FUND

Language : RUS

По итогам формативной оценки Стратегии гендерного равенства и Стратегии по вопросам сексуальной ориентации и гендерной идентичности (СОГИ) в 2011 году
был сделан вывод о том, что для эффективной реализация этих документов требуется разработка отдельных, но связанных между собой оперативных планов в целях определения путей реализации указанных в них принципов при помощи финансирования со стороны Глобального фонда.

Key population Action Plan

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Source: THE GLOBAL FUND

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A formative evaluation of the Gender Equality and the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities (SOGI) strategies in 2011 concluded that effective implementation of these documents required the development of separate but linked operational plans to guide how their principles could be realized through Global Fund financing.

Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex People in Europe 2014

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Source: ILGA EUROPE

ISBN: 978-92-95066-11-3

Language : ENG

This 2014 edition of the Annual Review of the Human Rights Situation of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex People in Europe is ILGA-Europe’s third edition of this annual publication, covering the period of January to December 2013. It provides a snapshot of what happened during the year, at the national, regional and international levels, and it documents progress and trends regarding the human rights situation of LGBTI people.

The Chemsex Study: drug use in sexual settings among gay and bisexual men in Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham

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ISBN: 978-1-906673-18-5

Language : ENG

Research conducted over the last twenty years indicates that a higher proportion of gay men both in the UK and abroad use drugs than is the case for the general population (UK Drug Policy Commission, 2010). Such usage in the UK and, in particular, London, has historically centred around ‘club drugs’ such as ecstasy, cocaine, ketamine or LSD (Weatherburn et al, 1999; Keogh et al, 2009). As is the case with most big cities around the world, drug use is more common among gay men in London than in other parts of the UK (Bourne, 2012).

HIV cascade toolkit: a user’s guide for constructing, presenting , interpreting and using HIV cascades in Vietnam

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Source: UNAIDS

Language : ENG

The continuum of HIV prevention to care (CoPC) cascade is a way to show, in visual form, the numbers of individuals who are actually accessing CoPC services and receiving the services they need. At each step of the continuum, the CoPC cascade illustrates engagement in an HIV service system. It powerfully identifies “leaks” in the system, so that implementers at site, district, provincial or national levels can target limited resources on effective interventions that improve the health of HIV positive individuals, lower the amount of virus in vulnerable communities, and prevent new infections in the long term. Knowing where the drop-offs are most pronounced is vital for knowing where, when and how to intervene to break the cycle of HIV transmission in
Vietnam.

90-90-90 An ambitious treatment target to help end the AIDS epidemic

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Source: UNAIDS

Language : ENG

Ending the AIDS epidemic is more than a historic obligation to the 39 million people who have died of the disease. It also represents a momentous opportunity to lay the foundation for a healthier, more just and equitable world for future generations. Ending the AIDS epidemic will inspire broader global health and development efforts, demonstrating what can be achieved through global solidarity, evidence-based action and multisectoral partnerships.

People left behind: Gay men and other men who have sex with men

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Source: UNAIDS

Language : ENG

While HIV incidence is declining in most of the world, incidence among gay men and other men who have sex with men appears to be rising in several regions, including in Asia, where this mode of transmission is a major contributor to the HIV epidemics in several countries.

Services for transgender people

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Source: UNAIDS

Language : ENG

This Guidance Note is part of the resource kit for-high impact programming that provides simple, concise and practical guidance on key areas of the AIDS response. The resource kit is jointly developed by the the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

Services for gay men and other men who have sex with men

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Source: UNAIDS

This Guidance Note is part of the resource kit for-high impact programming that provides simple, concise and practical guidance on key areas of the AIDS response. The resource kit is jointly developed by the the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).

ВИЧ-инфекции в ключевых группах населения: профилактика, диагностика, лечение и уход

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Source: ВОЗ

ISBN: 978 92 4 450743 8

Language : RUS

В этом новом сводном руководстве по профилактике, диагностике, лечению и уходу в связи с ВИЧ-инфекцией Всемирная организация здравоохранения (ВОЗ) объединяет все существующие руководящие указания, касающиеся пяти ключевых групп населения (мужчин, имеющих секс с мужчинами; людей, употребляющих инъекционные наркотики; людей, находящихся в пенитенциарных и закрытых учреждениях; секс-работников; и трансгендеров), а также обновляет отдельные указания и рекомендации в этой области.

The Chemsex Study: drug use in sexual settings among gay and bisexual men in Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham

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Research conducted over the last twenty years indicates that a higher proportion of gay men both in the UK and abroad use drugs than is the case for the general population (UK Drug Policy Commission, 2010). Such usage in the UK and, in particular, London, has historically centred around ‘club drugs’ such as ecstasy, cocaine, ketamine or LSD (Weatherburn et al, 1999; Keogh et al, 2009). As is the case with most big cities around the world, drug use is more common among gay men in London than in other parts of the UK (Bourne, 2012).

				
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