His scientific interests lie mostly in Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Men who have sex with men, Demography, Public health and Sexually transmitted disease. The concepts of his Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome study are interwoven with issues in Economic growth, Developing country, Gerontology, Program evaluation and Immunology. His Program evaluation research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Behavior change and Environmental health.
His Men who have sex with men research incorporates themes from Homosexuality, Latin Americans, Social issues and Unsafe Sex. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chlamydia, Human sexuality, Heterosexuality and Gynecology. Carlos F. Caceres usually deals with Public health and limits it to topics linked to Gender studies and MEDLINE, Social movement and Global health.
Carlos F. Caceres mainly focuses on Men who have sex with men, Demography, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Syphilis and Public health. The Men who have sex with men study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Gerontology, Homosexuality, Gynecology and Gonorrhea. His work deals with themes such as Pre-exposure prophylaxis, Program evaluation and Environmental health, which intersect with Psychological intervention.
His research integrates issues of Epidemiology, Incidence, Young adult, Unsafe Sex and Sexually transmitted disease in his study of Demography. He studies Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, namely Condom. His study in Syphilis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Internal medicine, Cohort and Immunology.
His primary areas of study are Men who have sex with men, Demography, Syphilis, Public health and Transgender women. The study incorporates disciplines such as Reproductive health, Transgender, Family medicine, Mass screening and Gynecology in addition to Men who have sex with men. His work carried out in the field of Demography brings together such families of science as Condom, Psychological intervention, Young adult, Serostatus and Pre-exposure prophylaxis.
He interconnects Immunology, Point-of-care testing, Venipuncture and Cohort in the investigation of issues within Syphilis. His Public health research includes elements of Odds ratio and Social support. His Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Right to health and Environmental health.
His primary areas of investigation include Demography, Men who have sex with men, Public health, Mass screening and Transgender women. His Demography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Young adult and Psychological intervention. His research in Psychological intervention intersects with topics in Condom, Cost–benefit analysis, Sexual transmission, Cost-effectiveness analysis and Pre-exposure prophylaxis.
His Men who have sex with men research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cross-sectional study, Gonorrhea and Immunology. His Public health study incorporates themes from Disengagement theory and Coping, Stressor, Clinical psychology. His Mass screening research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Test, Hiv testing, Gerontology and Family medicine.
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Behavioural strategies to reduce HIV transmission: how to make them work better
Thomas J Coates;Linda Richter;Carlos Caceres.
The Lancet (2008)
Addressing social drivers of HIV/AIDS for the long-term response: Conceptual and methodological considerations
Judith D. Auerbach;Justin O. Parkhurst;Carlos F. Cáceres.
Global Public Health (2011)
Male sex workers: practices, contexts, and vulnerabilities for HIV acquisition and transmission
Stefan David Baral;M Reuel Friedman;Scott Geibel;Kevin Rebe.
The Lancet (2015)
Epidemiology of male same-sex behaviour and associated sexual health indicators in low- and middle-income countries: 2003–2007 estimates
C F Cáceres;K Konda;E R Segura;R Lyerla.
Sexually Transmitted Infections (2008)
Understanding the HIV/AIDS epidemic in transgender women of Lima Peru: results from a sero-epidemiologic study using respondent driven sampling.
Alfonso Silva-Santisteban;H. Fisher Raymond;Ximena Salazar;Jana Villayzan.
Aids and Behavior (2012)
HIV among gay and other men who have sex with men in Latin America and the Caribbean: a hidden epidemic?
Carlos F Cáceres.
Estimating the number of men who have sex with men in low and middle income countries.
C Cáceres;K Konda;M Pecheny;A Chatterjee.
Sexually Transmitted Infections (2006)
AIDS in Latin America: assessing the current status of the epidemic and the ongoing response
Francisco I Bastos;Carlos Cáceres;Jane Galvão;Maria Amélia Veras.
International Journal of Epidemiology (2008)
Sovereign Spreads; Global Risk Aversion, Contagion or Fundamentals?
Miguel A. Segoviano;Carlos Caceres;Vincenzo Guzzo.
IMF Working Papers (2010)
Acceptability of pre-exposure prophylaxis as an HIV prevention strategy: barriers and facilitators to pre-exposure prophylaxis uptake among at-risk Peruvian populations.
Jerome T. Galea;Janni J. Kinsler;Ximena Salazar;Sung-Jae Lee.
International Journal of Std & Aids (2011)
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