Author Archive | Nabeel M K

Integration and Convergence in the context of National AIDS Program Planning in Resource-constrained Settings.

Using the principles of public health ethics, particulalry resource allocation ethics, this paper conducts a conceptual analysis of Integration and Convergence in the light of National AIDS Program Planning in Resource-constrained Settings. Sustaining and maximizing current achievements equitably in a resource constrained environment is indeed a challenge. Resorting to a fair and legitimate priority setting […]

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HIV Treatment vs Prevention Debate must Reconcile the Post-MDG Development Agenda Focus on Social Determinants and Human Rights

With recent scientific advances in HIV, an old debate based on treatment-prevention dichotomy is re-emerging. One side appeals that resources must now divert from conventional prevention strategies towards early treatment as it can prevent new infections. The other side, argues among other reasons that treatment can realistically reach only a small subsection of those in […]

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