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Welcome to IEPH, the Institutes of Epidemiology & Public Health ... and its affiliates .... iHASE, the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... jHASE, the Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology ... and ....  CAE, the College of Applied Epidemiology ...please join us in forging collaboration & partnerships in HIV Surveillance & applied HIV Epidemiology research in support of public health intervention programs ...
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Institute - iHASE
Collaboration Centers + In-Service Training

About iHASE

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Collaboration
Center Concept

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Collaboration
Center Cores/Foci

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Applied Epi
Training

> Scientific Counsel
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Contact Info

Collaboration Centers

> Core/Focus Areas
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Definition of a Collaboration
Center/Unit/Group

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Establishing a
Collaboration Center/Unit/Group

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Applied Epi
Training

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The HASE
collaboration

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Model
Collaboration
Center

Applied Epi Fellowship

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Curriculum

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Timeline

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Eligibility

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Application

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Linkage Awards

ShortCourse/Seminars

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Curriculum

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MEGACourse

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Eligibility

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Application

Eligibility&Application

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Faculty/Mentors

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Fellows

Linkage Awards
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Journal - jHASE
Quality Assurance +  Continuing Education through Peer Review 

Journal jHASE Info

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Focus Areas

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Article Types

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jHASE Online

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Submit Online

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Login/Register

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Current Issue

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Info for Authors

> Peer Review Info
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Editorial Team

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The HASE
collaboration

> E-Mail Alerts
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Google Scholar

PeerReview Fellowship

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Curriculum

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Timeline

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Eligibility

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Application

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Linkage Awards

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College - CAE
Accreditation through College of Applied Epi

CAE - College Info 

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Members (MCAE)

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Fellows (FACE)

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Admission

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Join gCHASE-CAE

 
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iHASEInstitute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology


Applied HIV Epidemiology Fellowship Objectives
Main Objectives:
In collaboration with CHASE-CAE, the Council on HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology (CHASE) in the College of Applied Epidemiology (CAE), the Institute of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology (iHASE) aims to provide a high quality applied HIV Epidemiology  training experience, stimulate and prepare fellows for secure long-term applied HIV epidemiology career placements in public health agencies. Trainees/ fellows will receive on-the-job training at a state/provincial, district or local public health or community partner-agency under the guidance of an experienced preceptor. Through coordinating academic-health agency collaborative short courses, seminars, a fellowship program, and a peer-reviewed journal, this applied capacity development initiative will focus on balancing three key concepts consistent with the objectives of the UNAIDS/ International Partnership Against AIDS (IPAA):
  • Provide service to the sponsoring/host public health agency.
  • Create and train a core group of public health workers.
  • Strengthen capacity in applied HIV epidemiology across public health agencies and institutions.

HIV Epidemiology

Americas Africa Europe Middle East South Asia Asia Pacific

Worldwide HIV Data

>Africa
>Americas
>Asia-Pacific
>Europe
>Middle East
>South Asia

Basic HIV Epi 

> What's HIV/AIDS?
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Transmission
Modes

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Infection Process

 

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