WORKING PAPERS
Is Family Planning Cost Effective in Pakistan
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Mapping Healthcare Providers using Crowdsouring
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The MARVI Experience
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Establishing an Urban Poverty Site in Pakistan


POLICY BRIEFS (SELECTED)     
Comparison of Family Planning Trends between Pakistan DHS 2007 and 2012
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Salient Findings from Pakistan National Nutrition Survey 2011
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Did supplies change Rates of Family Planning Pakistan


BLOGS 
       
Leveraging Urbanisation in Pakistan
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The Doctors’ Conundrum


PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (SELECTED)         
Khan AA, Khan A, Qureshi H. Why don't we do enough research in Pakistan. JPMA 63 (1) 31
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Khan AA, Khan A, Javed W, Hamza HB, Orakzai M, Ansari  and Abbas, K. Family Planning in Pakistan: Applying What We Have Learned. JPMA April 63 (4, Supl 3) S3-10

Khan AA, Abbas K, Hamza HB, Bilal A and Khan A. From Contraceptive Prevalence to Family Planning Service Users: Implications for Policy and Programmes. JPMA April 2013. 63 (4, Suppl 3) S11-15 3.     
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Abbas K,Khan AA and Khan A. Costs and Utilization of Public Sector Family Planning Services in PakistanJPMA April 2013. 63 (4, Suppl 3) S33-39 7.      
Jooma R, Khan A and Khan AA Strategies to Protect Pakistan’s Health During the Global Economic CrisisThe Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 18(3) 287-93
        
Khan AA, Khan A. Performance and Coverage of IDU Interventions in PakistanInt. J Drug Policy, May 2011. 22(3) 219-25 
Khan AA, Jooma R, Qureshi H, Salim M and Khan A. Comparison of the National Need and Supply of Syringes for Therapeutic Injections in PakistanJPMA 62: 1149-53; 2012
Brewer DD, Khan AA. HCV and HIV prevalences strongly correlated in Asian communities with reservoirs of HIV in high-risk groupsJ Infect Dev Ctries. 2010 Aug 4;4(7):442-7.
Khan AA, Khan A. The HIV Epidemic in Pakistan. (The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 2010 April. Vol 64 (4) 300-7)
Ahmad S, Mehmood J, Zafar ST, Awan AB and Khan, AA. Female Spouses of the IDUs in Pakistan: A Bridge Population of the HIV EpidemicThe Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, April 2011. Vol 17(4)
Khan A. A, Awan A.B, Qureshi S.U, Razzaque A and Zafar S.T. Large Sharing Networks and Unusual Injection Practices may explain the rapid rise in HIV prevalence among IDUs in Sargodha. The Harm Reduction Journal, 2009. 6:13
Khan A.A, Rehan N, Qayyum K and Khan A. Correlates and Prevalence of HIV and STIs Among Hijras (Male-Transgenders) in PakistanThe International Journal of STD and AIDS, 2008 Dec;19(12):817-20
Khan, A.A., Khan, A. HIV/Tuberculosis co-infection: Are new approaches needed. The Journal of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan, 2008; 18 (5) 324.
Blanchard JF, Khan A, Bokhari A. Variations in Population Size, Distribution and Client Volumes among Female Sex Workers in 7 cities in Pakistan2008, Sexually Transmitted Infections;84;II
Ahmed FU, Khan, AA. Knowledge of HIV/AIDS and other STIsHIV Chapter from the Demographic and Health Survey of Pakistan 2007
Khan AA. HIV Testing In Low Prevalence Populations. Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association. 2005: 55 (9): 406.
Khan A, Fortenberry JD, Temkit MH, Wanzhu T, Orr DP, Batteiger BE. Gender Differences in Sexual Behaviors in Response to Genitourinary Symptoms. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 2005;81:262-266.
Khan A, Fortenberry JD, Juliar BE, Wanzhu T, Orr DP, Batteiger BE. The Prevalence of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea and Trichomonas in Sexual Partnerships: Implications for Partner Notification and Treatment. Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2005. 32:260-264.  

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