5 edition of Psychosocial perspectives on AIDS found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Lydia Temoshok, Andrew Baum.|
|Contributions||Temoshok, Lydia., Baum, Andrew.|
|LC Classifications||RC607.A26 P7946 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 338 p. :|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||90031604|
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The focus of antenatal care screening is to identify wider determinants of health that may have an impact Author: Johanna Mmabojalwa Mathibe-Neke, Seipati SuzanMasitenyane.
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 by: 3. Psychosocial Support and HIV/AIDS Twitter: @UKConsortium Facebook: /aidsconsortium 2 The UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development is a network of around 80 not-for-profit, faith-based and academic agencies.
Based in the UK, with strong links to governments, international andFile Size: 1MB. biological basis of this continuing pandemic. In this course, Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) will be overviewed from biomedical and psychosocial perspectives.
Summary The genesis of AIDS, identifying HIV as the virus that causes AIDS, and the modern global epidemic. Inan obscure and deadly disease surfaced. The cognitive perspective is concerned with “mental” functions such as memory, perception, attention, etc. It views people as being similar to computers in the way we process information (e.g., input-process-output).
For example, both human brains and computers process information, store data and have input an output procedure. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services | THE PERSON WITH AIDS: NURSING PERSPECTIVES |. Durham and F. Cohen (Eds.) New York: Springer Publishing Company,pages, $ Author: Sonia R Menenberg.
Although it is a necessity for children with AIDS, the principles of family-centered care are applicable to many other diseases and the principles offered in Children, Families and HIV/AIDS: Psychosocial and Psychotherapeutic Issues are relevant to all who care for children with serious disease." --Philip A.
Pizzo, MD, Chief of Pediatrics, Head Pages: The new Fifth Edition of AIDS: Science and Society provides readers with a firm overview of AIDS from both biomedical and psychosocial perspectives. The book covers the molecular and cellular aspects of the HIV virus and the immune system's response to it, and then considers epidemiology and its role in understanding HIV/AIDS/5.
This multidisciplinary volume provides the latest information on the role of psychosocial factors in chronic, acute, and recurrent pain. Reporting on significant advances in our understanding of all aspects of pain, the volume is designed to help practitioners, students, and researchers in a wide range of health care disciplines think more comprehensively about the etiologies, assessment.
From certain perspectives, it seems relatively easy to talk about HIV/AIDS. It seems in some way that we could understand a lot about HIV as a virus, and about AIDS as its physical, biological consequence. And with only a little larger stretch of the imagination, it seems that we could talk about AIDS from a strictly social perspective: HIV has.
PSYCHOSOCIAL EFFECTS OF PARENTAL LOSS ON CHILDREN ORPHANED BY HIV AND AIDS: PERSPECTIVES FROM CAREGIVERS. TSHIMANGADZO CAROLINE MUHADISA.
submitted in accordance with the requirements. for the degree of. MASTER OF ARTS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY. at the. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA. SUPERVISOR: MRS.
Psychosocial problems have also been associated with HIV/AIDS-risky behaviors, non-adherence to HIV/AIDS related medications, and shortened survival rates (Farinpour et al., ; Cook et al., ).
Despite the prevalence of psychosocial distress experienced by PLWHA, the available body of evidence indicates that depression is frequently under Cited by: 7.
Psychosocial Perspectives n HIV Testing and Treatments Section III: Chapter Eight Psychological factors contribute to the effectiveness • HIV/AIDS stigma is perhaps the worst out there • Drug resistance is a problem • “Cocktails” can prove challenging for children.
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Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. Biopsychosocial Perspectives and Practices for Addressing Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases is a collection of theoretical research that promotes good health and quality of life through psychosocial interventions to address psychosocial problems facing individuals such as discrimination and stigma, stress, depression, alcohol and drug.
Edited by a clinical psychologist who has been on the ground helping to develop psychosocial support for Ebola survivors in one of the hardest-hit regions of West Africa, this book explains the devastating emotional aspects of the epidemic and its impact on survivors and the population in West Africa, families in the diaspora, and people in the United States and.
Psycho-Social Aspects of AIDS as a Chronic Illness 80 personal/psychosocial perceptive of chronic illness. A psychosocial typology of illness by Rolland () categorizes a wide array of chronic illness in terms of onset, course, outcome and degree of incapacitation.
To understand and categorize AIDS as a chronic illness, Rolland’s psychosocialFile Size: KB. The study explored the psychosocial perspectives of stigmatization and discrimination of Persons Living with HIV (PLWHA) in the Effutu Municipality with Winneba Municipal Hospital in focus.
The research design employed was the descriptive survey using the explanatory mixed method approach which utilized questionnaire and interview as the research instruments for data. Counselling in HIV and AIDS has become a core element in a holistic model of health care, in which psychological issues are recognised as integral to patient management.
HIV and AIDS counselling has two general aims: (1) the prevention of HIV transmission and (2) the support of those affected directly and indirectly by by: The psychosocial impact of infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) can be viewed from three perspectives: (1) the issues focused by acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), (2) the persons affected, and (3) the emotions by: 2.
Psychosocial Issues Affect HIV/AIDS Treatment Outcomes Viewed: 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.
Psychosocial Perspective of People Living with HIV/AIDS in India. Devaraj Wodeyar Hosahally. 1 *, Tejaswini Padikkal. Keywords: Perspective, HIV/AIDS, India. ne of the most major challenges the healthcare system faces till date is the HIV or Human Immunodeficiency Virus and AIDS or the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome.
Being a. Diagnosis is an especially stressful event for AIDS patients and has been identified as a critical, but often neglected time for psychosocial intervention.345 Because of the high mortality Cited by: Social work students will have an opportunity to explore their own beliefs, values and approaches to the issues regarding HIV/AIDS, in addition to the cultural, political, social, legal, ethical, spiritual, and public health issues and the perspectives of people living with HIV infection and AIDS that are needed to inform practice and policy.
The psychosocial impacts of stress, grief, avoidance and teas- ing by other children, social isolation and discrimination can lead to behavioral disturbances, fatalism, self- stigmatization, and increased opportunities for abuse (Claudia Tjikuua, ).Erik Erikson was an ego psychologist who developed one of the most popular and influential theories of development.
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