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Volume: 3 Issue: 3

1. Strengthening the surveillance of and response to HIV in the Western Pacific Page:1—2
2. An online framework for introducing STI point-of-care tests in Pacific island countries and areas Page:35—36
3. Sex, gender and emerging infectious disease surveillance: a leptospirosis case study Page:37—39
4. Respiratory virus laboratory pandemic planning and surveillance in central Viet Nam, 2008–2010 Page:49—56
5. How are countries in the Western Pacific Region tracking the HIV epidemic? Results from a 2011 survey of ministries of health Page:3—8
6. Uptake of interventions for preventing mother-to-child HIV transmission in 11 operational districts in Cambodia Page:22—28
7. HIV surveillance systems in the Asia Pacific region Page:9—14
8. Human resource challenges in scaling up the response to HIV in Papua New Guinea Page:15—17
9. HIV and AIDS Data Hub for Asia Pacific: a regional tool to support strategic information needs Page:18—21
10. Influenza B outbreak in a primary school in Adelaide, Australia, 2011 Page:76—82
11. Innovative data tools: a suite for managing peer outreach to key affected populations in Viet Nam Page:29—34
12. High-risk and multiple human papillomavirus infections among married women in Can Tho, Viet Nam Page:57—62
13. Surveillance should be strengthened to improve epidemiological understandings of mosquito-borne Barmah Forest virus infection Page:63—68
14. How can we fight against antimicrobial- resistant bacteria in the World Health Organization Western Pacific Region? Page:40—42
15. A community-based sero-epidemiological study of hepatitis B infection in Lianyungang, China, 2010 Page:69—75
16. Analysis of fatal outcomes from influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 in Mongolia Page:43—48