6 edition of Outreach And Care Approaches to HIV/Aids Along the US-Mexico Border found in the catalog.
November 30, 2006
by Haworth Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Herman, Ph.D. Curiel (Editor), Helen, Ph.D. Land (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
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Needle and syringe programmes (NSPs) are a type of harm reduction initiative that provides clean needles and syringes to people who inject drugs (sometimes referred to as PWID) to reduce transmission of HIV and other blood borne viruses (such as hepatitis B and C).The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends providing sterile needles and syringes per drug injector per year, in order to. The Center’s research will contribute to a wider understanding of US-Mexico border phenomena and other Inter-American topics. Its outreach activities will allow the regional and international community to appreciate and learn about Inter-American relations along the US-Mexico border and beyond.
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Outreach and Care Approaches to HIV/AIDS Along the US-Mexico Border discusses the various complex factors influencing the control of HIV/AIDS along the US-Mexico Border. The book presents in-depth insights into the problems of language differences, lack of resources, poverty, culture, social stigma, fear of rejection from their communities, and Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Outreach and Care Approaches to HIV/AIDS Along the US-Mexico Border reveals the latest research and assessment of services currently taking place in various states along this region.
Innovative outreach strategies are described, along with accompanying studies detailing the program’s success in targeting a specific : Taylor And Francis.
HIV/AIDS outreach in southern New Mexico: from design to implementation / Michelle Valverde, Jennifer Felderman-Taylor --A training program designed to increase the capacity of community health centers along the United States-Texas-Mexico border to treat HIV infection / Gary I.
Sinclair, Yolanda Cantu --An exploratory study of HIV prevention. Outreach And Care Approaches To Hiv/Aids Along The Us-Mexico Border è un libro di Curiel Herman (Curatore), Land Helen (Curatore) edito da Routledge a dicembre - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul sitola grande libreria online.
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This hidden population, isolated from their families and living with one of the most misunderstood and stigmatizing diseases of this era, is chronicled in "Outreach and. This hidden population, isolated from their families and living with one of the most misunderstood and stigmatizing diseases of this era, is chronicled in Outreach and Care Approaches to HIV/AIDS Along the U.S.-Mexico Border (Haworth), a collection of articles which Land co-edited.
HRSA’s Ryan White CARE Act provides HIV care and supportive services for persons with HIV and AIDS in the U.S. and its territories. Five projects were funded as Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) fromto improve care and access to HIV services along the U.S.-Mexican Border.
"Socio-Demographic Characteristics of HIV/AIDS Individuals Living and Receiving Care Along the U.S.–Mexico Border through Five SPNS Demonstration Projects, in Outreach and care approaches to HIV/AIDS along the US/Mexico Border, Binghampton, NY: Hawthorne Press, Inc.
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The gap in median incomes between inhabitants of Mexico and the U.S. is the largest between any two contiguous countries. 20 Of the million people living in the Mexico-US border region, million live in Mexico, of whom, more than one quarter live below the poverty index and only 41% of those aged 25 years and older have completed.
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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Outreach and Care Approaches to HIV/AIDS Along the US-Mexico Border Herman Curiel, Helen Land Get the latest on culturally sensitive health care practices The United States-Mexico border region extends over 2, miles, and those residing there struggle to come to grips with several health and poverty challenges.
US/Mexico Border: Preventive and Innovative Outreach programs. Hayworth Press. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Curiel, H. & Land, H. Introduction: An overview of background conditions of HIV/AIDS along the US Mexico Border. In Curiel, H. and Land, H.(eds). Outreach and Care Approaches to HIV/AIDS Along the US/Mexico Border.
Hayworth Press. Land. HIV is a significant problem along the 2,mile border between the United States and Mexico, which stretches from California to Texas.
This region's HIV epidemic is made more complex by many factors, including Latino cultural norms regarding sexuality, the rural nature of the border resulting in geographic isolation and poverty, and the lack.
"culturally-focused” hiv/aids resources along the border Resources, such as education and training are critical to those both battling and treating HIV/AIDS. HIV or, human immunodeficiency virus, damages the cells of the immune system and weakens body’s ability to fight infections, according to the WebMD Web site.Associate Professor Helen Land has been named senior editor of the Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services, which will join the five other publications held at the USC School of Social Work.
Land, who has been with the journal since its inception 10 years ago, will work with an esteemed group of co-editors that include professors Larry Gant of the University of Michigan School of Social Work.