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Research outputs: EPIDEMIOLOGY
2017 Parameter identification for the Gumel-Mickens HIV transmission model under missing observable data
In this paper, based on the model proposed by Gumel, Moghadas and Mickens, which monitors the impact of live attenuated HIV vaccines, a new ...
2015 Assessment of epidemic projections using recent HIV survey data in South Africa: a validation analysis of ten mathematical models of HIV epidemiology in the antiretroviral therapy era
Mathematical models are widely used to simulate the effects of interventions to control HIV and to project future epidemiological trends and...Download this report
The first part of this chapter provides an account of the history of HIV and AIDS in South Africa through a review of the literature. The n...
At the end of the apartheid era, research relating to the nature and extent of use of drugs other than alcohol and tobacco among the general...