By J. Moatti
Significant alterations within the nature and dynamics of the AIDS epidemic during the last few years are mirrored in altering epidemiological tendencies in addition to within the growth made in biomedical examine and remedy. AIDS in Europe brings jointly papers from major social technology researchers to examine the possibilities and demanding situations those alterations convey and the various ways that they're being answered to in either western and japanese Europe. Papers are organised less than 3 headings: *new demanding situations for HIV prevention *care of individuals residing with HIV/AIDS in a brand new healing context *AIDS public rules: from specialisation to normalisation AIDS in Europe presents a accomplished assessment of present social and behavioural study on HIV and AIDS for all wellbeing and fitness execs.
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The development of appropriate and effective services for children will require a sensitive understanding of the effect of HIV infection on their daily lives and of the needs to which this gives rise. , 1991; Barratt and Victor, 1994). , 1993; Cohen, 1994; Sherwen and Boland, 1994). , 1990; Rait, 1991). As more women of child-bearing age have become infected, interest has begun to turn to young families, but most publications have been concerned with clinical features of the condition (Van Dyke, 1991), the development of services (Mok, 1993) or the needs of children affected (but not infected) by HIV (Honigsbaum, 1994).
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