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2012

Vol 4, No 1 (2012): HIV/AIDS surveillance and epidemiology studies to advance control and prevention of HIV and related conditions.

Through this and future issues, jHASE aims to advance the use of population-based surveillance data and related studies to make the most immediate impact on public health decisions for the control and prevention of HIV and related conditions.

As is customary in online open access journals, additional manuscripts will be published upon acceptance in this issue, initially as provisional PDF versions of the manuscript as submitted followed by the final version when copyediting is completed.

2011

Vol 3, No 1 (2011): HIV/AIDS surveillance and epidemiology studies to advance control and prevention of HIV and related conditions.

Through this and future issues, jHASE aims to advance the use of population-based surveillance data and related studies to make the most immediate impact on public health decisions for the control and prevention of HIV and related conditions.

As is customary in online open access journals, additional manuscripts will be published upon acceptance in this issue, initially as provisional PDF versions of the manuscript as submitted followed by the final version when copyediting is completed.

2010

Vol 2, No 1 (2010): SPECIAL ISSUE THEME: New Strategies and Methods for HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Low and Middle Income Countries - 2009

This jHASE special issue aims to advance the science of HIV surveillance by highlighting recent developments in selected areas in HIV surveillance, building on presentations and discussions at the IInd global HIV/AIDS surveillance meeting held on 2-5 March 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand.
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ISSUE EDITORS:
jHASE Global Series Section Editors:
-Peter D Ghys, MD, PhD(UNAIDS); Theresa Diaz, MD, MPH(*CDC/GAP); Keith Sabin, PhD(WHO)
jHASE Managing Editor/Snr. Peer Review Fellow:
-Benjamin Muthambi, DrPH, MPH (iOATPRP & iHASE, IEPH, Inc.)
(*TD was affiliated with CDC, Global AIDS Program at the time of inception of this issue, and is with UNICEF at the time of publication of this issue).
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:
The IInd global HIV/AIDS surveillance meeting was supported by the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) and several specialized USG agencies, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
The issue editors thank Dr Dries van Tonder (Associate Managing Editor for this issue) and the many peer reviewers who contributed countless hours towards quality assurance and continuing education through peer review.
Drs. Willi McFarland (jHASE Editor-in-Chief), Denis Nash (jHASE Section Editor), and the jHASE Editorial Team also deserve special recognition for their support of the 'jHASE initiative'.
Most importantly, we thank the many authors who contributed manuscripts to this issue. Without their scholarship, this issue would not have been possible.
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2009

Vol 1, No 1 (2009): INAUGURAL ISSUE: Introducing jHASE - Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology

This inaugural issue propounds the vision for the establishment of jHASE - the Journal of HIV/AIDS Surveillance & Epidemiology, which is premised on the proposition that the applied epidemiology scope of work that the journal focusses on has not been adequately and incisively covered by scientific journals in general nor by those focused on HIV/AIDS and related STDs, TB and viral hepatitis in particular. The need to establish a body of exemplary reference literature which has undergone quality assurance through rigorous peer review, disseminate such findings and provide continuing education through open access media is particularly acute in parts of the world most adversely affected by HIV and related conditions. Through the jHASE open access platform, public health researchers and practitioners in the global response to HIV will have ready access to quality assurance and continuing education through peer review, and access to basic HIV/AIDS surveillance and epidemiologic data as well as the cutting edge methods of the field.

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