The United States has spent two productive decades implementing a variety of prevention programs. While these efforts have slowed the rate of infection, challenges remain. The United States must refocus its efforts to contain the spread of HIV and AIDS in a way that would prevent as many new HIV infections as possible. No Time to Lose presents the Institute of Medicine’s framework for a national prevention strategy.
Institute of Medicine. 2001. No Time to Lose: Getting More from HIV Prevention. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/9964.
|Introduction: Rethinking HIV Prevention||11-13|
|Tracking the Epidemic||14-25|
|Using the Clinical Setting||50-67|
|Translating Research into Action||68-79|
|Searching for New Tools||80-96|
|Overcoming Social Barriers||97-136|
|Appendix A: The Changing Epidemic||137-151|
|Appendix B: The Prevention Portfolio: Interventions to Prevent HIV Infection||152-161|
|Appendix C: Federal Spending on HIV / AIDS||162-172|
|Appendix D: Description and Mathematical Statement of the HIV Prevention Resource Allocation Model||173-179|
|Appendix E: Data Gathering Activities||180-193|
|Appendix F: Agendas for Public Committee Meetings||194-199|
|Appendix G: Biographies||200-212|
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