AIDS: Women, Drugs and Social Care
Last Served? Gendering the HIV Pandemic
AIDS: Rights, Risk and Reason
AIDS: Activism and Alliances
AIDS: Responses, Interventions and Care
By Cindy Patton
July 01, 1994
Following a decade in which the focus on HIV and AIDS has been on specific social groups, a shift in professional perceptions has resulted in a change in the images of women and HIV/AIDS. "Last Served?" recognizes and analyzes the trend toward more openly acknowledging and planning for women in the...
By Derek Adam-Smith, David Goss
October 01, 1995
It is estimated that 90% of those who are HIV positive are in employment. However, the significant body of literature into HIV/AIDS to date has primarily focused on the medical aspects of the disease and its implications for health/social policy. There has been little analysis of the employment ...
By David Miller
December 01, 1999
Based on major multi-centre research in the UK, Dying to Care identifies why work stress is a problem in health care generally, and in HIV health care in particular. The similarities and differences between work stress experienced in general health care settings and in HIV/AIDS are explored in a ...
Edited By Mitchell Cohen, Gustavo Guizzardi, Dominique Hausser, Luc Van Campenhoudt
February 01, 1997
How sexual risk is negotiated betwen partners is an area of considerable theoretical interest, with the dominant models of analysis focusing on individual decisions to engage in sexual behaviour and relying on "rational" decision-making. This work, based on the findings from work coordinated by the...
Edited By Peter Aggleton, Peter Davis, Graham Hart
March 01, 1997
From the start of the AIDS epidemic there have been calls for greater solidarity between affected groups and communities, and public health services. This can be seen both in the move towards healthy alliances in health service work, and in the demands of AIDS activists worldwide. This text brings ...
Edited By Peter Aggleton, Peter Davies, Graham Hart
November 01, 1995
Some 12 years into the epidemic, with an effective preventive vaccine or therapy against HIV disease still to be found, this book reflects on the contributions of social and behavioural research to the development of interventions for prevention. After over a decade's work documenting HIV and ...
Edited By Andrew Ball, Don C. Des Jarlais, Gerry V. Stimson
August 01, 1998
Drug Injecting and HIV Infection is a comparative international study of drug injecting behaviour and HIV infection based on the World Health Organization's study of 13 cities as disparate as Athens, Bangkok, Glasgow and Rio de Janeiro. Using a standardized methodology for the collection of data, ...
By Herbet Daniel, Richard Parker
July 01, 1993
First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
Edited By Carolyn Baylies, Janet Bujra
February 05, 2001
While there is a growing list of publications devoted to the AIDS epidemic, Africa, with two-thirds of the world's cases, still receives scant attention. This book may change the way we think about AIDS and how it is being addressed in Africa and the rest of the world.The book draws on first-hand ...