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    Violence against women and HIV / AIDS: setting the research agenda. Meeting report, Geneva, 23-25 October 2000.

    World Health Organization [WHO]. Department of Gender and Women’s Health

    Geneva, Switzerland, WHO, Department of Gender and Women's Health, 2001. 62 p.

    The meeting brought together researchers, activists and policy makers working in the area of violence against women and HIV/AIDS in low and middle-income countries to: 1. Discuss current research activities in the area of violence against women and HIV/AIDS; 2. Identify key research questions (epidemiological, social/behavioural, clinical and intervention related) related to the connections between domestic and sexual violence against women and HIV/AIDS in different regions and among different age and population groups; 3. Identify opportunities to integrate issues of violence into ongoing HIV/AIDS research activity, and vice-versa; 4. Discuss methodological, ethical and safety issues associated with conducting research in relevant areas of violence against women and HIV/AIDS, including provision of post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to rape survivors; 5. Make recommendations/proposals for a research agenda to address violence against women and HIV/AIDS. (excerpt)
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