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Eurosurveillance, Volume 16, Issue 19, 12 May 2011
New issue of EpiNorth Journal is online

Citation style for this article: New issue of EpiNorth Journal is online. Euro Surveill. 2011;16(19):pii=19864. Available online:

The latest issue of EpiNorth Journal (No. 4 Vol 11 2010) is now available online at:

It contains:

  • Editorial: Trends in HIV-infection and AIDS in Europe and EpiNorth Network Countries, 2009
  • Spread of HIV Infection in Leningrad Oblast During 1999-2009
  • Knowledge and Attitudes Towards HIV/AIDS and Risk Behaviour of Lithuanian Secondary School and College Students
  • Prolonged Viral Excretion in Faeces Among Patients With Hepatitis A

The EpiNorth Journal is published in English and Russian, on-line and in print (3,500 copies) four times a year. It is one of the products of the EpiNorth project (, a network co-funded by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

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