Colombia has the fourth highest incidence rate of HIV/AIDS among all Latin American countries and it has been increasing since the 1980s. However, the number of studies that addresses this trend is limited. Here, we employed spatial and temporal trend analyses to study the behaviour of the epidemic in the Colombian territory.
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Montana, Jhon Freddy; Oliveira Naiff Ferreira, Glenda Roberta; Figueiredo Cunha, Carlos Leonardo; Rego de Queiroz, Ana Angelica; Andrade Fernandes, Wellington Augusto; Isse Polaro, Sandra Helena; Takase Goncalves, Lucia Hisako; Carrara Couto, Danielle Costa; Gir, Elucir; Reis, Renata Karina; Sorensen, William; and Botelho, Elia Pinheiro, "Correction to: The HIV epidemic in Colombia: spatial and temporal trends analysis (BMC Public Health, (2021), 21, 1, (178), 10.1186/s12889-021-10196-y)" (2021). Health and Kinesiology Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 24.