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《Chinese Journal of AIDS & STD》 2010-02
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Effectiveness evaluation of mobilizing medical facilities to participate in STD/HIV control activities

LIANG Guo-Jun. (National Center for STD Control, China CDC. Nanjing, Jiangsu 210042,China )  
Objective To evaluate the effectiveness of participation of medical staff from STD clinics in HIV/STD prevention activities and provision of STD and reproductive health care to high-risk population groups. Methods Eligible medical facilities in areas where Health 9, CARES and GFATM projects were implemented were selected to improve the services according to requirements of standardized STD care, and to provide clinic-based intervention services to the attendees or outreached medical services to high-risk population groups. Results The training rate of medical staff on standardized STD care, the rate of providing intervention services in STD clinics and the rate of doctors from STD clinics involved in outreached services in the 3 projects were improved. The PITC rate increased from 10.4% at baseline to 96.4% after implementation of the CARES project, and awareness rate of STD prevention knowledge increased from 31.02% and 45.52% to 72.40% and 87.86%, respectively in CARES and GFATM projects. Conclusion Based on the results from the 3 projects, it can be concluded that mobilization of medical facilities to take active part in STD and reproductive health intervention activities targeted to high-risk population groups and provision of referral services are feasible with good outcomes.
【Fund】: 世界银行贷款卫生九项目;; 全球基金艾滋病防治项目;; 艾滋病防治综合示范区项目~~
【CateGory Index】: R512.91;R184
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