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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Literature Review HIV/Aids Prevention Policy in SubSaharan Africa(Zambia). It needs to be at least 2000 words.The review will also identify the inf
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Literature Review HIV/Aids Prevention Policy in SubSaharan Africa(Zambia). It needs to be at least 2000 words.
The review will also identify the information gaps that require further review. Search Strategy The inclusion criteria include the sources covering the topic on HIV/Aids Prevention Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa (Zambia) and spanning from 2000 to date. The exclusion criteria involved the removal of the duplicates, articles not relevant to the topic, those that lack conclusive data as well as other reasons (Figure 1). However, information from the older sources will be included i.e. published or evaluated before 2000 in cases where the identified sources import information from older sources. The main factors that will form the scope of the study include HIV/AIDS prevalence in Zambia, policy overview, interventions, recommendations and challenges. The review will also identify the information gaps that require further review. Figure 1: Flow Diagram of the Study Selection Process The identified literature offered a conclusive literature review on the topic of the study. Pubmed and Ovid were the first search engines used using the terms and inclusion criteria stated above (Aveyard, 2007. Oliver, 2012). They were both useful because they are quick and easy to perform and enabled original research papers (primary data) were found. In addition it was possible to combine terms and hence narrow research to more relevant data. The pubmed search initially identified 112 references of which 66 were considered relevant for further reading based on title and abstract (Figure 1). PubMed provided more useful papers than Ovid. This is because the usefulness of alternate appropriate terms and the clinical section was realised when the term prevention of mother to child transmission (PTMC) and limiting to systematic reviews led to addition of five more sources that were previously not shown. However, PubMed is limiting because it only contains abstracts which do not normally contain controls for the initially randomised trials. The Cochrane Database of Systematic reviews, a valuable resource providing summary information on the results of several use of ARVs, was also searched providing three references for consideration. The WHO website was also searched and included the necessary information for achieving a global perspective. A key WHO guidance was found: Scaling up HIV prevention: why routine or mandatory testing is not feasible for sub-Saharan Africa. Source: http://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/85/8/06-037671/en/index.html A modification of the research would be to limit search to the under-developed countries especially the African countries. Use of the Worldwide Web led to the identification and inclusion of other sources that wee useful to the topic under investigation. Top of Form Recent queries Search Add to builder Query Items found Time #5 Add Search challenges facing HIV/AIDS prevention activities 4 02:52:13 #4 Add Search HIV/AIDS intervention strategies in sub-Saharan Africa 55 02:49:19 #3 Add Search HIV/AIDS policy in Zambia 26 02:47:52 #2 Add Search prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV/AIDS in Zambia 7 02:46:58 #1 Add Search HIV/Aids Prevention Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa (Zambia 10 02:45:13 Results HIV/AIDS Prevalence in Zambia The 2011 HIV/AIDS statistics show that sub-Saharan Africa is the most affected region, accounting for 69% of the global totals of HIV/AIDS related infections i.e. 23.5 million