Adoption of Health Technologies in India: Implications for the AIDS Vaccine
SAGE Publications, Jul 21, 2007 - Medical - 236 pages
The first of its kind, this book examines the adoption of four health technologies in India—Hepatitis B, No Scalpel Vasectomy, Voluntary Counseling and Testing, and Antiretroviral Treatment. Using a set of parameters, the authors not only bring to light the various dimensions, strengths, and weaknesses of adoption of health technologies in India, but also how and where more attention needs to be paid with regard to the adoption of the AIDS vaccine.
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Foreword by Kanchan Chopra
Introduction and Rationale
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adop AIDS vaccine analysis Andhra Pradesh Appropriateness and Adaptability Availability and Accessibility Bihar cent centres Cipla clients clinical context contraception cost Counselling and Testing coverage Delhi delivery Demand Issues developing countries discussed Distribution Issues districts DPT vaccine drugs epidemic evaluation experience family planning Family Welfare female sterilisation Framework of Adoption free ART programme global Health and Family health technologies Hep B immunisation Hep B vaccine Hepatitis HIV testing HIV/AIDS Human Resources immunisation Immunization implementation important improved increased India indicate infection infrastructure initiative introduced launched Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra major male sterilisation mass camps ment methods MOHFW NACO NACP NFHS NGOs No-Scalpel nology parameters phase Policy Framework population prevalence prevention private sector procurement and distribution reports Research strategy success supply side target tion treatment understand uptake Uttar Pradesh various vasectomy VCTCs Zidovudine