Family and HIV Today

Family and HIV Today

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The Family and HIV Today looks at the issues that have emerged in the last few years around HIV and the family; most prominently, disclosure of HIV status and children who are orphaned as a result of HIV. 'Disclosure' touches upon stigma, discrimination and access to social support. Though children have long been affected by HIV, as parents with HIV become unwell and die orphanhood has emerged as a growing concern that requires urgent attention. The book examines these issues and dilemmas, as well as other topics including social support frameworks, and the impact of HIV on couples and partners.Brandt, A. (1987) Plagues and Peoples: the AIDS epidemic, in: No Magic Bullet: A Social History of Venereal Disease in the United States ... Eidson, T. (1988) The familya#39;s experience, in: AIDS Caregiverk Handbook (New York, St Martina#39;s Press), pp. ... SAS Institute (1988) SAS / S TAT Usera#39;s Guide (Cary, SAS Institute Inc).

Title:Family and HIV Today
Author: Robert Bor, Jonathan Elford
Publisher:A&C Black - 1998-08-01

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