miércoles, 8 de marzo de 2017

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Dear Prof CERASALE MORTEO,

BMC Infectious Diseases & BMC International Health & Human Rights are pleased to announce the launch of a new article collection on human rights infringements and social and structural drivers of sexually transmitted infections. Edited by Stefan Baral, Benjamin Mason Meier & Joseph Tucker, the collection will include original research articles characterizing human rights infringements as structural determinants of infectious diseases, including sexually transmitted infections.
Read more about the collection below, and be sure to submit your manuscript by 31st August 2017.


About the series
In 2017, there are a number of highly efficacious approaches to the prevention of, and response to, sexually transmitted infections, including decentralized testing, novel prevention approaches, harm reduction, participation of affected populations, and expanded treatment. However, human rights infringements may limit the provision and uptake of these interventions for those at highest risk, further concentrating the burden of these infections among marginalized populations. Find out more.

Submit your manuscript
If you have any research you would like us to consider for inclusion in our collection, please submit directly to either BMC Infectious Diseases & BMC International Health & Human Rights by 31st August 2017. Alternatively you can email your presubmission queries to Philippa.Harris@biomedcentral.com.



Best wishes,

BMC Infectious Diseases and BMC International Health and Human Rights

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