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HIV prevention among young injecting drug users

by Global Youth Network

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Published by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intravenous Substance Abuse,
  • Sexual behavior,
  • AIDS (Disease),
  • Adolescent,
  • Young adults,
  • Substance-Related Disorders,
  • Youth,
  • Prevention & control,
  • Congresses,
  • Drug use,
  • Complications,
  • HIV Infections,
  • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome,
  • Prevention

  • Edition Notes

    StatementUnited Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
    ContributionsNetLibrary, Inc, United Nations Office at Vienna, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA643.8 .H58 2004eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination67 p.
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27043767M
    ISBN 101417577142
    OCLC/WorldCa58002751

    Introduction. Injecting drug users (IDUs) are frequently referred to as a 'hidden' or 'hard-to-reach' the illegal nature of injecting drug use, IDUs will certainly want to minimize their contacts with law enforcement. Injecting drug use is also highly stigmatized in almost all societies, leading to additional reasons for hiding the activity from society as a whole. Methamphetamine Use and Risk for HIV/AIDS From CDC's Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Update To Interim Guidance For Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) for the Prevention of HIV Infection: PrEP for Injecting Drug Users From CDC's MMWR Weekly; J / 62(23): – HIV Infection Among Injection-Drug Users—34 States, –

    Since the early years of the epidemic, needle and syringe sharing among injecting drug users (IDUs) has been recognized as a major vector for spread of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Sexual transmission among IDUs, and from IDUs to non-IDU sexual partners, also has been a longstanding concern, as has perinatal transmission to their.   Viral Hepatitis and Injection Drug Users at the CDC; HIV and AIDS in MAT. Drug use is an important driver of the HIV epidemic. Nine percent of all new HIV infections occur among injection drug users, 3% of whom are men who have sex with men (MSM). At the end of , 56% of people living with HIV in the United States were MSM or MSM injection.

    HIV prevention among injecting drug users: responses in developing and transitional countries. Public Health Rep. ; Suppl (ISSN: ) Ball AL; Rana S; Dehne KL. OBJECTIVE: Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection associated with injecting drug use has been reported in at least 98 countries and territories worldwide.   HPTN took place in three countries with HIV epidemics driven by injection drug use: Indonesia, Ukraine and Vietnam. The study team enrolled men and women ages 18–60 years who are living with HIV and inject drugs, and HIV-uninfected men and women who inject drugs with them (injection partners).


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HIV prevention among young injecting drug users by Global Youth Network Download PDF EPUB FB2

"This publication is the result of a theme meeting for young people involved in preventing HIV/AIDS amongst young injecting drug users (IDUs) that was organized by the global youth network project in coordination with the Brazilian National Ministry of Health, the National Coordination for HIV/AIDs prevention and the UNODC field office in Brasilia"--Page 2 of cover.

Preventing HIV Infection Among Injecting Drug Users in High-Risk Countries: An Assessment of the Evidence 1st Edition by Institute of Medicine (Author), Board on Global Health (Author), Committee on the Prevention of HIV Infection Among Injecting Drug Users in High-Risk Countries (Author) & 0 more.

HIV prevention among young injecting drug users 10 According to an UNAIDS report, it is estimated that between 5 and 10 per cent of HIV infections have resulted from injecting drug use globally. In some countries and areas however, more than half of reported AIDS cases are attributed to injecting drug use.

For example Belarus. "This book is a 'must read' for those interested in the prevention of HIV transmission. It has enough breadth to provide a general overview of 'prevention with positives' and enough detail to satisfy and educate those already working in this area. Clinicians who want to develop or refine their approaches to counseling patients with HIV will find this book valuable.".

HIV Prevention Among Young Injecting Drug Users. English. Policy Brief. Antiretroviral Therapy and Injecting Drug Users. English. Evidence for Action: Effectiveness of Sterile Needle and Syringe Programming in Reducing HIV/AIDS Among Injecting Drug Users. English. Rapid Assessment and Response Guide on Injecting Drug Use (IDU-RAR).

Increasing awareness about HIV prevention among young people who initiated injection drug use in a Canadian setting, – Author links open overlay panel Anees Bahji a Evan Wood a b Keith Ahamad a b c d Huiru Dong b Kora DeBeck b e M.-J.

IV ADVOCACY GUIDE: HIV/AIDS PREVENTION AMONG INJECTING DRUG USERS This manual was prepared by the International Harm Reduction Association (IHRA) and written by Dave Burrows, Consultant on HIV/AIDS and injecting drug use issues, Sydney, Australia.

The following people edited the document: Andrew Ball, Monica Beg, Gundo. relating injecting drug use and HIV/AIDS, such as the rapid assessment and response guides (Stimson et al., ; World Health Organization, a, b) and several WHO publications: Training guide for HIV prevention outreach to injecting drug users, Advocacy guide for effective HIV prevention among injecting drug users and some policy briefs.

See the latest data on HIV among people who inject drugs, and learn what CDC is doing to prevent HIV infections among this population. Injection Drug Use and HIV Risk Learn about the risk of getting or transmitting HIV through injection drug use, find out how to.

Introduction. Illicit drug use, particularly injection drug use, accounts for significant proportions of new HIV infections in Eastern Europe, South America, and east and southeast Asia, 1 where the estimated prevalence of HIV infection among some IDU subpopulations exceeds 40%. 1 In this paper, we focus on the epidemiology of HIV among some of the most vulnerable populations.

People who inject drugs (PWID) are at high risk for getting HIV if they use needles, syringes, or other drug injection equipment—for example, cookers—that someone with HIV has used.

New HIV diagnoses a among PWID have declined in recent years in the 50 states and District of Columbia. However, injection drug use in nonurban areas has.

Young people aged years account for fifty percent of all new AIDS cases worldwide. Moreover, half of all new HIV infections are associated with injection drug use. The average age for initiation into injecting drug use is 20 years of age.

This. People who inject drugs (PWID) are at higher risk for acquiring HIV infection than the general population in many countries. Injecting drug use is present in countries including a wide array of low and middle income countries where HIV incidence is growing in recent years - even as it declines elsewhere.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that about half of annual new infections are among IDU. In addition, 70 to 80% of recent heterosexual AIDS cases attributed to heterosexual transmission are among women, most of whom were infected during sex with a male drug user. Injecting drug users are also the source of a.

Young and recent-onset injecting drug users are at higher risk for HIV. Addiction. ; 92 (11)– doi: /jtbx. Carneiro M, Fuller C, Doherty MC, Vlahov D. HIV prevalence and risk behaviors among new initiates into injection drug use over the age of 40 years old. Drug Alcohol Depend.

Why the treatment of mental disorders is an important component of HIV prevention among people who inject drugs. The Pink Book. 13th ed of ongoing drug use among young injection drug. The contribution of two Brazilian multi-center studies to the assessment of HIV and HCV infection and prevention strategies among injecting drug users: the AjUDE-Brasil I and II Projects.

Cadernos de Saude Publica. ; Preventing HIV Infection among Injecting Drug Users in High Risk Countries describes the evidence on the intermediate outcomes of drug-related risk and sex-related risk prior to examining the impact on HIV transmission.

This report focuses on programs that are designed to prevent the transmission of HIV among injecting drug users. The most effective way to reduce the risks of HIV transmission among injecting drug users is to stop drug use.

However, not all drug users are ready or able to take this step. An individual IDU’s risk of HIV infection is mediated by both individual-level factors (such as severity of dependence BOX S that puts you at risk for HIV and other STDs Too many young people think that taking prescription opioids is safe but it can quickly lead to addiction and injecting drugs There are some good resources for information about young people and substance use Check out the resources available at:.

This is because the needles or works may have blood in them, and blood can carry HIV. If you inject drugs, you are also at risk of getting HIV (and other sexually transmitted diseases) because you may be more likely to take risks with sex when you are high.

The best way to lower your chances of getting HIV is to stop injecting drugs. Drug Injecting and HIV Infection is a comparative international study of drug injecting behaviour and HIV infection based on the World Health Organization's study of 13 cities as disparate as Athens, Bangkok, Glasgow and Rio de Janeiro.

Using a standardized methodology for the collection of data, as well as central data management and analysis, this study represents the largest international. Among 2, injecting drug users in Bangkok, those assigned to take a daily dose of an antiviral drug Viread, or tenofovir generically, had half the risk of getting HIV over a four-year period as.