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Psychosocial and public health impacts of new HIV therapies

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Published by Kluwer Academic in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • AIDS (Disease) -- Chemotherapy -- Social aspects,
  • AIDS (Disease) -- Chemotherapy -- Psychological aspects,
  • Protease inhibitors -- Therapeutic use -- Social aspects,
  • Chemotherapy, Combination -- Social aspects,
  • Patient compliance

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by David G. Ostrow and Seth C. Kalichman.
    SeriesAIDS prevention and mental health
    ContributionsOstrow, David G., 1947-, Kalichman, Seth C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA644.A25 P775 1999, RA644.A25 P775 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 218 p. :
    Number of Pages218
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18134230M
    ISBN 100306459736
    LC Control Number98056536

    Little is known about the psychosocial impact of antiretroviral therapy (ART) among women in sub-Saharan Africa. Therefore, we conducted a cross-sectional study in Zimbabwe to assess the impact of ART on HIV-positive women’s health-related quality of life, using the Medical Outcomes Study-HIV Quality of Life (QOL) innovationoptimiser.com by: Adapted from “The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Health Sector in Botswana”, , Abt Assoc. Demographic profiles of health personnel are required to develop more refined analyses of health sector impacts, since risk is influenced by age, gender and geographical location. An assessment.

    estimated million new cases of curable STIs occurred in , suggesting no improvement over the estimate of milli on cases. STIs other than HIV have been overshadowed in recent years by the heightened public-health focus on HIV treatment, despi te the strong association between STIs and HIV . OBJECTIVE: There is a growing public health interest in the aging human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected (HIV+) population, although there is a dearth of research on successful aging with HIV. This study aimed to understand the risk and protective factors associated with self-rated successful aging (SRSA) with HIV.

    Mar 07,  · Social Work and HIV: Challenges to Treatment Adherence is a practice-friendly resource with the latest HIV medication client adherence strategies and guidelines. This valuable book provides the tools for assessment of client adherence, and includes approaches and helpful guidelines to develop specialized counseling, social services, and Cited by: 1. Jun 18,  · Psychosocial influences such as stress, depression and trauma have been neglected in biomedical and treatment studies involving people infected with HIV, yet they are now known to .


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Earlier in the epidemic, we learned to accompany patients through illness, to bear witness, to advocate, to address issues of death, dying, and - reavement. The arrival of more effective therapy has brought with it new capabi- ties, but also new complexities, raising difficult problems concerning access to care, adherence, and toxicity.

Psychosocial and Public Health Impacts of New HIV Therapies (Aids Prevention and Mental Health) [David G. Ostrow, Seth C. Kalichman, Nicoli Nattrass] on innovationoptimiser.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. “AIDS is kind of like life, just speeded up. ” JavonP., heroinaddictwithAIDS, Bronx, NewYork, “Now I’m not so much scared of dying as scared of living.

Psychosocial and Public Health Impacts of New HIV Therapies by Nicoli Nattrass,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Psychosocial and Public Health Impacts of New HIV Therapies: Nicoli Nattrass: Psychosocial and public health impacts of new HIV therapies. [David G Ostrow; Seth C Kalichman;] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: heroin addict with AIDS, New Haven, Connecticut, Within little more than a decade, AIDS has been tranformed from an untreatable, rapidly fatal illness, into a manageable, chronic.

Váš košík je momentálne prázdny. Menu. Hide sidebar. Apr 13,  · Read or Download Now innovationoptimiser.com?book=XRead Psychosocial and Public Health Impacts of New HIV Therapies Ebook Free.

Psychosocial Aspects of People Living with HIV/AIDS, Social and Psychological Aspects of HIV/AIDS and their Ramifications, Gobopamang Letamo, IntechOpen, DOI: / Help us write another book on this subject and reach those readers.

Suggest a book topic Books open for Cited by: 3. Apart from being a public health issue with respect to infection of needle-sharing or sexual partners, continued substance use puts an HIV-positive person at risk of exposure to new infections, such as hepatitis C.

Hepatitis C is becoming more widespread, and it may interfere with antiretroviral drug use because of liver innovationoptimiser.com by: the psychological impact of hiv/aids 19 Children may also suffer from economic constraints as the household provider becomes sick, can’t work, and loses their job.

Jun 14,  · This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. This book has assembled an array of chapters on the social and psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS and their impact on HIV/AIDS and related behaviours.

The book addresses key areas of HIV and AIDS, including, but not in any way limited to, care-seeking behaviour, adherence, access, psychosocial needs and support services, discrimination and the impact the epidemic has on various sectors of the Cited by: 8.

Psychosocial impact is defined as the effect caused by environmental and/or biological factors on individual’s social and/or psychological aspects. Several psychiatric disorders may affect psychological and social aspects of individual’s lives.

What it is. Psychosocial support addresses the ongoing psychological and social problems of HIV infected individuals, their partners, families and caregivers. Why it is Important. HIV infection affects all dimensions of a person’s life: physical, psychological, social and spiritual.

Given this reality, prevention of HIV infection and providing optimal treatment for those living with HIV continue to present significant individual-level and also public health challenges. In recent years, there has grown an excitement and enthusiasm for the potential of ending the HIV epidemic, with the current biological treatments that exist.

HIV infection in a family can disrupt or strain the supportive capacity of an affected adult and the family, and potentially lead to a range of hardships for children as they grow and develop [5].

The risk is amplified because HIV, being primarily sexually transmitted, is a disease which clusters in families [6]. Presents current research and clinical applications dealing with the HIV/AIDS prevention as well as the social and psychological aspects of HIV and AIDS. American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) The American Journal of Public Health (AJPH) is the No.

1 publication dedicated to original work in research, research methods, and program evaluation. Jun 18,  · Psychosocial influences such as stress, depression and trauma have been neglected in biomedical and treatment studies involving people infected with HIV, yet they are now known to have significant health impacts on such individuals and the spread of AIDS, according to a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill scientist.

This book was born out of desire among scholars researching in the field of HIV and AIDS to document the social and psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS epidemic, and the impact that these aspects.

Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is associated with a high risk of malnutrition caused by mechanisms that include opportunistic infections, drug therapy, psychosocial factors, inadequate dietary intake, and nutrient loss through reduction of digestive and absorptive capacity and through metabolic changes.

Get this from a library. Psychosocial and public health impacts of new HIV therapies. [David G Ostrow; Seth C Kalichman;] -- This volume addresses the issues surrounding combination drug therapies and the treatment of HIV/AIDS.

Each chapter, written by a leading researcher, provides the latest information on the. HIV Treatment Adherence [Lana Sue Ka'opua, Nathan L.

Linsk] on innovationoptimiser.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Learn the latest social service interventions to promote HIV medication adherence Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) can significantly improve the health outcomes of people living with HIV.

StillAuthor: Lana Sue Ka'opua.This program supports research on the impact of HIV-related psychosocial co-morbidities, including mental health, stress, and trauma, on HIV prevention, HIV treatment, and HIV-related health outcomes.Mental Health and HIV.

Almost every person faces mental health challenges at some point. Major stresses—like the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, or moving—can have a major impact on mental health.

Having a serious illness, like HIV, can be another source of major stress.