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San Francisco's HIV Prevention Plan: Strategies and Interventions
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This chapter of the 2004 San Francisco HIV Prevention Plan highlights specific strategies for HIV prevention. The toolbox outlined in this document includes four major categories: program design and implementation principles, behavioral theory, strategies and interventions, and standards of practice and quality assurance. This tool provides an example of one section of a comprehensive HIV prevention plan that can be used as a model for other organizations.
Access to Care, Health Promotion and Health Education, HIV/AIDS, Volunteer, Vulnerable Populations
San Francisco Department of Health
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