International Society for HIV/AIDS Education and Prevention (ISHEP)
1 Aug 1987, as International Society for AIDS Education (ISAE). Dissolved in 1997.
Encourage practical response and research among universities, public health agencies, AIDS service organizations and social science research institutes; promote awareness of the need for AIDS education and counselling; assist in development of institutional, regional, national and international policies regarding their delivery; assist in further development of AIDS education and counselling knowledge and service delivery skills; develop models of AIDS education and counselling; serve as an information network for researchers in and practitioners of AIDS and AIDS-related education and counselling; promote quality in programme development, implementation an evaluation through stimulation of research.Available with paid subscription only.
Educational and research meetings; promotes and provides education and counselling research programmes and disseminates information and research findings.
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Members in 40 countries
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- Sexually Transmitted Diseases
- Societal Problems
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