JIAS – special edition: call for papers

The Journal of the International AIDS Society (JIAS) has opened a call for papers for a new special issue on “Data-driven HIV prevention: the HIV prevention cascade and beyond” to be published in conjunction with the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020).

Deadline for submission is July 15 and papers could include:

  • Empirical papers reporting studies that collect, validate, analyse and/or use data to identify population HIV prevention needs, monitor prevention delivery, or evaluate programmatic approaches
  • Papers that use data to operationalise “prevention cascade” frameworks or assess the strengths and limitations of alternative approaches to data driven HIV prevention
  • Systematic reviews in relevant areas
  • Cost-effectiveness studies on data-driven HIV prevention approaches or reports on the current state of financing for data-driven HIV prevention
  • Modelling studies that extend current approaches to provide improved strategic information to guide HIV prevention programming
  • Descriptions and evaluations of data systems that provide decision makers with relevant information to inform HIV prevention decisions
  • Policy analyses in relation to data-driven HIV prevention

To find out more about this upcoming special issue and how you can submit your article, please click here