Preventing Hiv In Developing Countries: Biomedical And Behavioral Approaches by Laura GibneyPreventing Hiv In Developing Countries: Biomedical And Behavioral Approaches by Laura Gibney

Preventing Hiv In Developing Countries: Biomedical And Behavioral Approaches

EditorLaura Gibney, Ralph J. DiClemente, Sten H. Vermund

Hardcover | January 31, 1999

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Until now, planners seeking to create HIV prevention programs in developing countries relied on published interventions successfully implemented in the industrialized world. This volume brings together HIV researchers and activists who describe intervention strategies employed primarily in developing countries. With the battle to control HIV continuing, the contributors provide insights from the field as they summarize implementation problems, successes and failures. End-of-chapter summaries and references are key features. HIV program planners, medical and social workers, researchers, and activists will benefit from Preventing HIV in Developing Countries.
Title:Preventing Hiv In Developing Countries: Biomedical And Behavioral ApproachesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:423 pagesPublished:January 31, 1999Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306459612

ISBN - 13:9780306459610

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Table of Contents

HIV Prevention in Developing Countries: Tenets of Behavioral and Biomedical Approaches; L. Gibney. The Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Trends and Patterns; D. Tarantola, et al. Emerging Biomedical Interventions; L. Lawson, et al. Intervening in Blood Supply and Use Systems: HIV Testing; N.T. Constantine, et al. The Evolution of Voluntary Testing and Counseling as an HIV Prevention Strategy; S.A. Allen, et al. Controlling Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases; G. Dallabetta, et al. Behavioral Interventions; K.R. O'Reilly, et al. Insights for HIV Prevention from Industrialized Countries' Experience; A. Raj, et al. The Use of Psychosocial Models for Guiding the Design and Implementation of HIV Prevention Interventions: Translating Theory into Practice; G.M. Wingood, R.J. DiClemente. Interventions for Commercial Sex Workers and Their Clients; E.N. Ngugi, et al. Interventions for Adolescents; P. Aggleton, K. Rivers. Interventions for Workers Away from Their Families; M. Haour-Knipe, et al. Interventions for Injecting Drug Users; A.S. Abdul-Quader, et al. Interventions for Men Who Have Sex with Men; P. Aggleton, et al. HIV Prevention for the General Population; P.R. Lamptey, G.A.W. Goodridge. Intervention Research for Future HIV Prevention: Design and Implementation Considerations; L. Gibner. Index.

Editorial Reviews

`This is a highly recommended book for all academic and medical libraries. it should be read by anyone who is administering any HIV prevention program.' AIDS Book Review Journal `This volume provides a practical, accessible compendium of HIV prevention strategies implemented in developing countries, including accounts of the difficulties encountered and the degree of success achieved. The book also offers specific tools and tangible hope for reducing the impact of the epidemic in regions where combination therapies are inaccessible.' American Journal of Public Health, 89:12 (1999) `Preventing HIV in Developing Countries provides an up-to-date compendium of projects designed to reduce HIV transmission among a variety of high-risk populations in several countries. Any progress in making a serious dent in the HIV crisis that disproportionally affects the developing world is in part dependent on sharing the lessons learned. This volume provides an excellent foundation. It is written in a clear style, which makes it accessible to a variety of audiences. It is not a how-to-do-it manual, but provides an important shortcut to essential information that s otherwise difficult to obtain.' Contemporary Psychology APA Review of Books, 46:5 (2001)