Evidence-based guidelines for universal counselling and offering of HIV testing in pregnancy in Canada

Samson, Lindy; King, Susan
June 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;06/02/98, Vol. 158 Issue 11, p1449
Academic Journal
Presents a study that has the goal of providing Canadian health care workers with evidence-based guidelines for universal counseling about HIV testing. The offering of such testing to all pregnant women; Options; Outcomes; Evidence; Benefits; Harms; Costs; Recommendations; Validation.


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