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MeSH Scientific Symposium Report
MeSH Scientific Symposium: Tallinn October, 2016 – an expert group of public health practitioners gathered to consider the challenges ahead, identify innovative and efficient methods for routine HIV measurement and surveillance, and agree on the next steps for moving to and beyond 2020. Based on the presentations and discussions over the two days, proposals for priority setting were made. Theses are summarised in this report
Tallin
MeSH Consortium Summary - UNAIDS Reference Group
The leadership of the MesH Consortium are a part of the UNAIDS Reference Group on estimates modelling and projections. This was a presentation explaining the structure and work of MeSH given at a meeting of the reference group in May 2016. MeSH also presented at the meeting in May 2015 with this presentation.
UNAIDS
MeSH Consortium Aims and Objectives - Third Global Consultation Meeting on HIV Surveillance
The aims and objectives of the MeSH consortium were presented and discussed as was the integrated use of programme and survey data for HIV measurement and surveillance among female sex workers in Zimbabwe. (Bangkok, Thailand - May 2015)WHOLogoTwitter