HIV/AIDS

 

Three Questions About Coping and HIV Prevention Among Gay and Bisexual Men

July 8, 2008

By James I. Martin, PhD, LCSW Introduction Coping refers to the ways in which people respond, either consciously or unconsciously, to stress. For...

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HIV Risk Reduction Strategies for Women Who Have Experienced Intimate Partner Abuse

December 18, 2007

By Michele Rountree, PHD, MSW, and Elizabeth C. Pomeroy, PHD, LCSW, ACSW   Introduction Women and HIV Women and Intimate...

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What AIDS Does to a Family

August 7, 2007

By Barbara Hermie Draimin, DSW Shame, Guilt,and Stigma What Is Stigma? Pulling Together and Showing Love   Karen...

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Genetic Testing Tools for HIV/AIDS

March 2, 2007

Introduction In recent years, medical advances have produced revolutionary treatments for people with HIV that slow the progression of the disease...

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Social Security Benefits for People Living With HIV/AIDS

September 27, 2006

By Evelyn P. Tomaszewski, MSW, ACSW   Introduction Brief Summary of Eligibility Required...

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Working with Immigrants Who Have HIV/AIDS

June 1, 2006

By Patricia H. Rich, MSW, ACSW, LCSW-C, DCSW   Introduction Throughout the history of the United States there has been a great deal of...

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HIV/AIDS in Women and Adolescents

March 15, 2006

HIV/AIDS and Women HIV/AIDS and Adolescents Exposure, Risk Factors, and Transmission Grassroots Efforts to Increase...

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About HIV/AIDS

July 19, 2005

Introduction - What Is AIDS? How Is HIV/AIDS Transmitted? How HIV/AIDS Is Not Transmitted HIV/AIDS as a Public Health...

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Good Communication Is Good for Your Health

July 8, 2005

By Leah Holmes, LICSW Introduction Challenges to Understanding Medical Communication Steps to Improve Communication and HIV...

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The Aging of HIV

July 6, 2005

HIV/AIDS and Older Adults What Are the Transmission Risks for Older Adults? Sexual Activity Injection Drug...

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