HIV and AIDS: An Evolving Global Response
Lecture Theatre 4
Alan Gilbert Building
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The HIV and AIDS pandemic is one of the most devastating in recorded history, with the majority of its burden falling on resource poor nations and vulnerable people. Facilitated by leading experts on HIV and AIDS, this course examines: the history of HIV & AIDS, epidemiology, science and impact of HIV and AIDS; prevention theory and practice; transmission and vulnerability; policy, law and HIV vulnerability; global advocacy; treatment and care; key populations vulnerable to HIV; and the cultural dimensions of HIV programming.
The course runs over five days on 8, 22 August and 5, 12, 19 September.
This course is aimed at students and early-mid career professionals with a general interest or experience in global/public health and/or international development and a specific interest in HIV and AIDS. No prior knowledge is required.