Table of contents for Dawning answers : how the HIV/AIDS epidemic has helped to strenghten public health / edited by Ronald O. Valdiserri.

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1. HIV/AIDS in Historical Profile, 3
   Ronald 0. Valdiserri

2. HIV and AIDS Surveillance: Public Health Lessons Learned, 33
   James W. Buehler

3. HIV/AIDS' Contribution to Community Mobilization and Health Planning
   Efforts, 56
   Ronald 0. Valdiserri

4. Innovations in Approaches to Preventing HIV/AIDS: Applications to Other
   Health Promotion Activities, 76
   Ann O'Leary, David R. Holtgrave, Linda Wright-DeAgiiero, and
   Robert M. Malow

5. The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Development of Public Health Law, 96
   Scott Burris and Lawrence 0. Gostin

6. The Evolution of National Funding Policies for HIV Prevention and
  Treatment, 118
  Jeffrey Levi

7. AIDS and the Making of an Ethics of Public Health, 135
  Ronald Bayer

8. Contributions of HIV Prevention Evaluation to Public Health Program
  Evaluation, 155
  Laura C. Leviton and Mary E. Guinan

9. The Evolving Impact of HIV/AIDS on Global Health, 177
  Peter Lamptey, Kristen Ruckstuhl, and Willard Cates, Jr.

  Epilogue: The HIV Epidemic's Effect on the Training and Practice of
  Future Public Health Professionals, 198
  James W. Curran

  Index, 203