21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016)


Selected Publications Launched at AIDS 2016

August 9, 2016

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UNAIDS: Global AIDS Update


Summary 12-page report from UNAIDS on the plans to end AIDS by 2030 and the progress towards the 90:90:90 targets for 2020. (PDF)

Implementation Science in Africa: JIAS Special Issue

The Journal of the International AIDS Society launched a special issue on implementation: "Lessons learned and study results from HIVCore, an HIV implementation science initiative".

HIVCore is a five-year US NIAID-funded project focused on operations and implementation research. This report includes ten articles based on these issues in several African countries (PDF)


HIV and Related Infections in Prisoners

The Lancet

An excellent special issue of The Lancet produced for AIDS 2016 includes articles by key researchers on HIV care for prisoners.

Prisoners experience high rates of HIV, TB and viral hepatitis and who often have little or no access to HIV treatment, prevention, and care.

As with previous special editions, access to all content is provided free.

Lancet HIV: Focus on Prevention

Although the full contents of this AIDS 2016 edition of the Lancet HIV were not free, most of the key articles are open access.

i-Base/TAG Pipeline Report 2016

i-Base/TAG Pipeline Report 2016

HIV i-Base and TAG

This annual joint collaboration between i-Base and TAG reviews the most advanced research relating to pipeline compounds for treatment, prevention, diagnostics and related strategies for HIV, TB and to a limited extent this year, on hepatitis C.

The HIV chapters cover adult and paediatric care, treatment optimisation for global access, prevention advances and research into a cure. The TB chapters cover treatment and prevention.

Over 1000 printed reports and 2000 memory sticks with PDF publications were distributed at AIDS 2016. (PDF)

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