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Behavioural interventions for prevention and control of sexually transmitted diseases
  1. A Nardone
  1. Health Protection Agency, Department of HIV and STI, 61 Colindale Avenue, NW1 5EQ, UK; anthony.nardone{at}

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Edited by Aral SO, Douglas JM. Published by Springer, 2007, pp 578, hardcover, £53.50. ISBN 978-0-387-47863-0

The editors and authors should be applauded for their committed scholarship in producing this book. This large volume of 24 chapters, divided between five sections, covers many aspects of behavioural interventions for the control of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). It provides a comprehensive summary of the theoretical background to many behavioural interventions, their implementation and evaluation, as well as the populations in which they would be implemented.

The first section provides a background with a historical account of …

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