We have published the third issue of the HIV Bulletin HTB for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia.
In this issue you can read the interview with professor, Doctor Josip Begovac, head of the AIDS clinic in Zagreb, as well as the study of G. Dragovic on pre-exposure prophylaxis. The bulletin also brings promising news about new ARV treatment options from the Atlanta CROI conference. Special attention in this issue was given to women’s health with the reports from the Third International workshop on women and HIV. The regular sections on medicine side effects and co infection you will find very useful information.
You can read the third issue of the Bulletin on our website http://hiv-bilten.info
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Publisher: Q-Club, in partnership with “International HIV Partnerships”
Q-Club and the Public Healthcare Center of Belgrade signed a Memorandum of Cooperation yesterday. This is the first document of this kind the Public Healthcare Center signed with a civil society organization which provides support for people living with HIV. The goal of this cooperation is a better response to the HIV epidemic in prevention and care for people living with HIV.
Signing of the memorandum formed a partnership between the organizations and defined directions of further cooperation. It also construes establishing of regular communication between the signatories, representative participation on meetings and conferences. The Memorandum also stipulates that interested users will be directed to programs implemented by Q-Club and to the HIV/AIDS counseling in the Public Healthcare Center of Belgrade.
Both sides hope for a successful cooperation on activities pertaining to response to HIV epidemics and improvement of public health.
Q-Club, along with International HIV Partnerships published the second issue of the HIV Bulletin HTB for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Croatia and Serbia. This unique magazine in the region provides an overview of the most significant developments, news and reviews of the most relevant meetings and events that marked the previous year: conference news, new treatments, development of antiretroviral researches, etc.
The second issue of the Bulletin has useful and interesting information for doctors, care providers, activists, journalists and patients. The second issue of the HIV Bulletin HTB can be downloaded on the website of the bulletin: http://hiv-bilten.info/.
The good news is that we will continue publishing the HIV Bulletin HTB in 2013. Thus we expect your praises, comments and suggestions that can help us make it even better. You can send them on email@example.com.