Presenting state-of-the-art research and information, AIDS Education and Prevention is a vital addition to the library collections of medical schools, hospitals, and other institutions and organizations with HIV/AIDS research programs. The journal integrates public health, psychosocial, sociocultural, and public policy perspectives on issues of key concern nationally and globally.
Reports on innovative epidemiological studies.
Analyses of the full range of risk behaviors and processes.
Close examinations of the challenges facing particular communities.
Descriptions of leading-edge education and prevention initiatives.
Empirically based reviews of the efficacy of existing programs.
Special supplements providing in-depth coverage of such essential topics as Ending the AIDS Pandemic by 2030: Accelerating Efforts to Prevent HIV, HIV Prevention Among Diverse Young MSM, Hispanics/Latinos and HIV/AIDS, and The Impact of Cigarette Smoking on HIV/AIDS.
“HIV prevention is as complex as the myriad social, cultural, economic, and political realities interwoven in the lives of those at risk of infection or living with HIV. AIDS Education and Prevention goes beyond any one school of thought or methodology, providing a sound foothold in data, analysis, and critical thought that can support our collective next steps in confronting the epidemic.”
—Julie Davids, Codirector, Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP), Cranston, Rhode Island
“This journal is an excellent source of high-quality, cutting-edge research. AIDS Education and Prevention publishes innovative and significant data, making it a comprehensive resource that I turn to when seeking the current state of knowledge regarding HIV/AIDS epidemiology, behavioral science, and prevention.”
—Matthew J. Mimiaga, ScD, MPH, The Fenway Institute, Boston, and Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School
“This outstanding journal continues to be a forum devoted to the publication of original contributions that highlight existing and theoretical models of AIDS education and prevention, including their development, implementation, and evaluation....This is a highly recommended publication for all health science and academic research libraries.”
—AIDS Book Review Journal
“An important resource and an effective tool.”
—Richard Keeling, MD, Director of University Health Services, University of Wisconsin Madison
“The consideration of everything from the latest medical reports to strategies and programs on education makes this a valuable weapon in the war against AIDS.”
Peter Aggleton, PhD, UNSW, Sydney, Australia
David Holtgrave, PhD, University at Albany School of Public Health, SUNY
Scott D. Rhodes, PhD, MPH, CHES, Wake Forest University
Richard Wolitski, PhD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Editorial Board: Jose A. Bauermeister, Gauri Bhattacharya, Sheana Bull, John Chin, Nicole Crepaz, Mary Crewe, Mario De La Rosa, Danielle German, Perry N. Halkitis, Kenneth C. Hergenrather, Harm J. Hospers, Roger Ingham, Richard A. Jenkins, Trace Kershaw, Susan Kippax, Xiaoming Li, Sin How Lim, Gregorio Millet, Brian Mustanski, Ted Myers, Tooru Nemoto, Seth M. Noar, Ann O’Leary, Don Operario, Trinidad S. Osteria, Jeffrey T. Parsons, H. Fisher Raymond, Carlos E. Rodríguez-Díaz, Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus, Steven A. Safren, Inon Schenker, Julianne M. Serovich, Richard Sowell, Ron Stall, Patrick S. Sullivan, Lois Takahashi, Martha Ann Terry, McKinley Thomas, Ronald O. Valdiserri, Frank Y. Wong
Abstracts on Hygiene and Communicable Diseases, Addiction Abstracts, AIDS Abstracts, AIDS Newsletter, Bell & Howell Information and Learning, Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, Current Contents/Social and Behavioral Sciences, EMBASE, EMcare, Index Medicus/MEDLINE, International Review of Psychiatry, MEDLARS, PsycINFO, Research Alert, Social SciSearch, Social Sciences Citation Index, Sociological Abstracts.
The impact factor of this journal is 1.524 and the 5-year impact factor is 1.976 [2018 Journal Impact Factor, Journal Citation Reports® (Web of Science Group, 2019)].