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|Institution||Centre for Health Research in Criminal Justice & National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research|
|Report number||CHRCJ Research Report No. 1|
The National prison entrants bloodborne virus and risk behaviour survey is conducted every three years and provides ongoing information on the prevalence of bloodborne viruses, sexually transmissible infections, and health risk behaviours in Australian prison entrants.
The aim of this project is to evaluate the National prison entrant blood borne virus survey (NPEBBVS), to ensure that the capturing and monitoring of conditions of public health importance are effective, efficient and meeting surveillance system objectives.
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