International Encyclopaedia of AIDS; 11 Volumes (13 parts)
Rao, D. Bhaskara
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ISBN-10 : 81-7141-465-6 / 8171414656
ISBN-13 : 9787-81-7141-465-9 / 97878171414659
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CONTENTS:- Vol.1: Introduction to HIV/AIDS: 1. AIDS. 2. Facts about HIV and AIDS. 3. HIV and child. 4. AIDS and the adolescence. 5. When a friend has AIDS. 6. Understanding and living with AIDS. 7. AIDS prevention: what material and child health (MCH/FP) service providers need to know. 8. Community HIV prevention. 9. AIDS and education within the school system. 10. HIV/AIDS: the global epidemic WHO and UNAIDS. Vol.2, Part I: HIV/AIDS Issues and Challenges: 1. The global epidemiology of HIV/AIDS/Geoff Manthey. 2. Approaching the HIV epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 3. The HIV epidemic as a development issue/Elizabeth Reid. 4. The HIV epidemic and development: the unfolding of the epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 5. AIDS and Asia: a development crisis. 6. The impact of HIV on people and society. 7. Development practice and the HIV epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 8. Gender, knowledge and responsibility/Elizabeth Reid. 9. HIV and the challenges facing by men/Kathryn Carovano. 10. Young women: silence, susceptibility and the HIV epidemic. 11. Young women and the HIV epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 12. Women, HIV and development/Elizabeth Reid. 13. Why women and HIV? It takes two to Tango, safely/Elizabeth Reid. 14. Women and HIV/AIDS: an Indian scenario/Geetha Devi Ayappa. 15. Children in families affected by the HIV epidemic: a strategic approach/Elizabeth Reid. 16. The HIV/AIDS epidemic in Thailand/Wiput Phoolcharoen. 17. Are young people in the Philippines talking chances with HIV/AIDS?/Balk, T. Brown, G. Cruz and L. Domingo. 18. The HIV/AIDS epidemic in Uganda: a programme approach/Desmond Cohen. 19. Placing women at the centre of the analysis/Elizabeth Reid. 20. Creating the possibility: a movement for social change/Elizabeth Reid. 21. Breaking the silences/Elizabeth Reid. 22. A call beyond duty/Alpha Boubacar Diallo. 23. Dehaviour change: some analogies and lessons from the experience of gay communities/Adam Carr. 24. Carrying out HIV sentinel surveillance. 25. Women and AIDS: agenda for action. 26. Female genitile health and risk of HIV transmission/Regina Mc Namara. 27. Sharing the challenge of the HIV epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 28. Responding to the challenge of HIV and AIDS. 29. Facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS/STDs: a gender based response. Vol.2, Part II: HIV/AIDS Issues and Challenges: 30. Lost souls/Elizabeth Reid. 31. Towards an ethical response to the HIV epidemic/Elizabeth Reid. 32. TB/HIV connection: What health care workers should known. 33. HIV testing policies and guidelines. 34. Universal precautions for prevention of transmission of HIV, Hepatitis B Virus, and other bloodborne pathogens in health-care settings. 35. Preventing transmission of HIV and Hepatitis B Virus to patients during exposure prone invasive procedures. 36. Prevention of HIV transmission in Health care setting. 37. HIV in the workplace: dealing with the issues/Joyce Leyones and Jenny Huddart. 38. AIDS prevention and care in the workplace: enhancing the role of the private sector. 39. Guidelines for prevention of transmission of HIV and Hepatitis B Virus to Health-Care and Public Safety wrokers. 40. Information, education and communication. 41. Behaviour change. 42. HIV/AIDS in South East Asia. 43. HIV/AIDS and STD surveillance data management and use. 44. Development and the HIV epidemic. 45. HIV co-ordination at the United Nations/Elizabeth Reid. 46. World AIDS day: 1 December. 47. Challenges for UNDP in a changing world 1990-2000: social trends/Elizabeth Reid. Vol.3: HIV/AIDS Socio-Economic Realities: 1. The socio-economic effects of HIV/AIDS/Peter Godwin. 2. Socio-economic realities of living with HIV/K. Sathiamoorthy and Suniti Solomon. 3. The social and economic context of the HIV epidemic. 4. The economic impact of the HIV epidemic/Des Cohen. 5. HIV/AIDS within the social development framework/Peter Godwin. 6. The socio-economic impact of the HIV epidemic in Asia/Dayanath C. Jayasuriya. 7. The economic implications of AIDS in Southeast Asia: equity considerations/Myo Thant. 8. Who is bearing the cost of the AIDS epidemic in ASIA?/David E. Bloom. 9. Impact on the health system in India/Charles Gilks. 10. The economic impact of AIDS on the Republic of Korea/Bong-Min Yang. 11. The implications of AIDS for the agricultural sector in Lao PDR/Anthony M. Zola. 12. The economic impact of AIDS on Malaysia/David Lim. 13. Wheeling and dealing: HIV and development on the SHAN State Borders of Myanmar/Douglas J. Porter. 14. Overseas contract workers and the economic consequences of the HIV and AIDS in the Philippines/Orville Solon, Angelica O. Barrozo. 15. The economic impact of AIDS on Thailand/Mechai Viravaidya, Stasia A. Obremskey, Charles Myers. 16. The economic impact of AIDS at the sectoral level: developing an assessment methodology and applying it to Thailand's Transport Sector/Patrick Giraud. 17. The socio-economic impact of HIV and AIDS on rural families: an emphasis on youth/Daphane Topouzis. Vol.4, Part I: HIV/AIDS and Law Ethics and Human Rights: 1. The role of judiciary and HIV law/Michael Kirby. 2. The nature and scope of HIV law/D.C. Jayasuria. 3. The role of the law in HIV/AIDs policy/Julie Hamblin. 4. HIV law: the expanding frontiers/D.C. Jayasuriya. 5. HIV and liability in tort/Hemamal Jayawardena. 6. HIV/AIDS discrimination and privacy the need for legislative protection/Helen Watchirs. 7. Criminal law and HIV/David Buchanan. 8. People living with HIV: the law, ethics and discrimination/Julie Hamblin. 9. Law, ethics and HIV: strategies for ethical and effective policy/Julie Hamblin. 10. HIV/AIDS related ethical principles/Susan Timberlake. 11. AIDS and ethics/Ronald Bayer & Lawrence O. Gostin. 12. HIV screening: the ethical issues/Ronald Bayer and Larry O. Gostin. 13. Drug and Vaccine trials: scientifc, ethical and legal considerations/Johr Dunne. 14. HIV/AIDS related human rights/Susan Timberlaka. 15. Human rights and HIV/AIDS. 16. AIDS and human rights. 17. Public health versus individual rights/David Buchanan. 17. Public health versus individual rights/David Buchanan. 18. Public health versus individual rights/Wilfred Ong. 19. Public health, HIV and the law: why individual rights matter?/Julie Hamblin. 20. Health law versus individual rights in developing countries/Akshoy Rekhi. 21. Human rights, HIV infection and women/Rebecca J. Cook. 22. Women, the HIV epidemic and human rights: a tragic experience/Julie Hamblin & Elizabeth Reid. 23. Prevention and control of sexually transmitted diseases including AIDS: some public health, legal and ethical issues/D.N. Jayakuru. 24. Information and educational laws/Michael Alexander. 25. Health care practitioners and HIV: rights, duties and liabilities/Bemard M. Dickens. 26. HIV and insurance/Joseph M. Kelly. Vol.4, Part II: HIV/AIDS and Law Ethics and Human Rights: 27. The Australian legal response to HIV/Michael Alexander. 28. An introduction to the legislation of China governing the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS/Zhao Ning & Wang Yan. 29. The HIV/AIDS situation in the Cook Islands/Tingika Elikana. 30. HIV/AIDS in Combodia/Tia Phalla. 31. HIV law: the European scence/Sev. S. Fiuss. 32. National HIV/AIDS programme in Fiji Islands/Salik R. Govind. 33. Discrimination against persons with HIV/AIDS: Hong Kong's experience/Lin-Oi-Chu. 34. HIV/AIDS related law in India/Anand Grover. 35. Law and law reform for HIV prevention and control in Indonesia/Herkutano. 36. The ethical and legal HIV/AIDs --related issues in Indonesia/Djumhana Sumantri. 37. HIV/AIDS law and law reform in Kiribati/Takeieta Kienene & Tiantaake Berro. 38. Current status of the AIDS prevention act of the Republic of Korea/Kyung Chung. 39. The HIV epidemic in Malaysia: legal ethical issues/Mehrun Siraj. 40. Law, traditional family customes and HIV infection-a Malaysian perspective/Mehrun Siraj. 41. Consultative mechanisms for law review/reform: a Malaysian case study/Abdul Rasid Kasri. 42. HIV/AIDS and law reform in Maldives/Husnu Al-Suood. 43. Legal issues of AIDS in Mongolia/Gendensambuugiin Zuunai. 44. The AIDS situation and legal issues related to AIDS in Mongolia/G. Dashazaveg. 45. The current status of AIDS legislation in Myanmar/U. Sam Soe Phone Myint. 46. The HIV/AIDS situation in New Zealand/Lady Jocelyn Smith & Peter Skegg. 47. HIV/AIDS law and law reform in Nauru/Elizabeth Amran. 48. HIV/AIDS law in Pakistan/Shoukat Ali. 49. Existing law on HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea/Christine Stewart. 50. Law, custom and the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Papua New Guinea/Christine Stewart and Pascoe Kase & Pascoe Kase. 51. The HIV/AIDS situation in the Philippine/Evelyn Grace B. Gacad. 52. Philippine laws and jurisprudence relevant to HIV/AIDS/Glenda T. Litong & Julita Espartero. 53. Information law, privacy and HIV/AIDS in the Philippines: a case study/Cecilia Jimenez. 54. The law and HIV/AIDS at the workplace: a case study on the Philippines/Johannes L. Ignacio and Manuel M. Goyena. 55. The national AIDS control programme in Singapore/Chao Tzee Cheng 56. Solomon Islands national AIDS/HIV infection prevention and control programme/Prime Afeau. 57. The legal framework for HIV/AIDS in Sri Lanka/Indunil Abeysekera. 58. HIV related laws of Sri Lanka/C. Marasinghe. 59. Law review law reform: models of the consultative process in Sri Lanka/Mr. Nalin Abeysekera P.C. 60. HIV/AIDS, ethics and the law: the case of Thailand/Vitit Muntarbhom. 61. HIV/AIDS law and law reform in Tonga/Linda Folaumoefee'i & Taosuru Tebana. 62. HIV/AIDS prevention and control in the Republic of Vanuatu/Staff of STD/HIV/AIDS section. 63. Law on prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Vietnam/Dang Thanh Son & Dang Van Khoat. 64. HIV law: the United States/Lawrence O. Gostin. 65. HIV/AIDS law and law reform in Western, Samoa/Fagaloa Tufuga & Kamuta Senseu. 66. Facts for moot case (trial). 67. Hypothetical legislative measures. 68. Paris AIDS Summit (1 December 1994) declaration. 69. UN Commission on human rights resolution on HIV/AIDS. 70. UN Commission of human rights resolution on HIV/AIDS. 71. The United Nations Sub-Commission on prevention of discrimination and protection of minorities resoultion on discrimination in the context of HIV/AIDS. 72. Guidance of ethical aspects of HIV infection and AIDS statement issued by the general Medical Council of the United Kingdom. 73. International ethical guidelines for biomedical research involving human subjects. 74. World Medical Association Declaration of Helsinki. 75. UNDP intercountry consultation on law, ethics and HIV. 76. Behaviour change: a central issue in responding to the HIV epidemic. 77. African network on ethics, law and HIV (Dakar declaration). 78. Beijing training workshop: HIV law and law reform. 79. Colombo training workshop: HIV law and law reform. 80. Nadi training workshop: HIV law and law reform. Vol.5: AIDS and NGOs: 1. NGOs working with sex workers/A.J. Weeramunda. 2. Sharing the challenge of AIDS prevention/Jenny Huddart. 3. Family planning and AIDS prevention/Jenny Huddart & Montu Pekanan. 4. Commercial blood donors and AIDS prevention/Readium Bhattacharya, Jenny Huddart , Donna Bjerrgaard & Glen William. 5. Klong Toey: facing up to AIDS in a Bangkok slum (part I). 6. Klong Toey: facing up to AIDS in a Bangkok slum (Part II)/Glen Wiliams, Jinny Huddart & Karen Morita. 7. Community development and AIDS prevention/Jenny Huddart & Catherine Overholt. 8. Marketing NGO/business sector partnerships/James P. Reinnoldt. 9. HIV in the workplace. 10. HIV: the legal issues. 11. HIV: social security and insurance schemes/Nikom Chandravithun. 12. Private sector collaboration on AIDS prevention/John Baker. 13. Successful partnerships: action for AIDS saatchi and saatchi advertising, Singapore/Roy Chan, Bill Timmerman. 14. Characteristics of partnerships: the NGO perspective/Teresita Marie P. Bagasao. 15. Characteristics of partnerships: the business perspective/Bill Timmerman. Vol.6: AIDS and Home Care: 1. Teaching people with AIDS and their families. 2. From HIV infection to AIDS. 3. Living positively with AIDS. 4. Women, children and HIV. 5. Care of the dying. 6. Management of common AIDS symptoms in the home. 7. Conditions that need special attention in people with HIV infection. 8. General information on the use of medicines. 9. Pictures for teaching. 10. HIV/AIDS: a pictorial summary. Vol.7: STD Case Management: 1. Introduction to STD case management. 2. The transmission and control of STD/HIV. 3. Using flow-charts for syndromic management. 4. History-taking and examination. 5. Diagnosis and treatment. 6. Educating the patient. 7. Partenr management. 8. Recording. Vol.8: HIV Prevention and Care: Teaching Modules for Nurses and Midwives: 1. Instructor's guide. 2. Epidemiology and transmission of HIV. 3. HIV infection and HIV related illiness. 4. Prevention of HIV transmission in health care settings. 5. The psychological impact of HIV infection on the individual and the community. 6. Developing counselling skills. 7. Patient education. 8. Nursing care of the adult with HIV related illness. 9. The impact of HIV infection and HIV related illness on women. 10. Nursing care of the HIV infant or child with HIV related illness. 11. Terminal care in HIV related illness. 12. Education of traditional practitioners to prevent HIV transmission through skin-piercing practices. 13. WHO counselling guidelines for HIV testing. 14. Consensus statement from the WHO/UNICEF consultation on HIV transmission and breast-feeding. Vol.9: HIV/AIDS Prevention Education for Educational Institutions: 1. Programmed instruction. 2. Sample teaching-learning activities with appropriate evaluation. 3. Psychological and cultural implications presented by HIV infection/AIDS on the individual, family and community. 4. Structured and sequenced facts and messages on HIV/AIDS prevention education. Vol.10: Instructional Modules for AIDS Education: 1. Introduction. 2. What is AIDS?. 3. Let's unite in our efforts to fight AIDS. 4. Love your life, fight AIDS. 5. Love your life, don't even consider getting AIDS. 6. If there is life, there is hope. 7. Have empathy towards other. 8. Knowing our bodies. 9. A closely knit family can easily fight AIDS. 10. NIT-NOI goes to the doctor. 11. Meet in the middle. 12. We don't want to contract AIDS. 13. AIDS is preventable. 14. AIDS is a danger to life and society. 15. Protect yourself from AIDS. 16. Leading a good life that is free from AIDS. 17. Happy family, free from AIDS. 18. Healthy practices can prevent AIDS. 19. Reason and its application will save you from AIDS. 20. Self control can prevent one from contracting AIDs. 21. Leading and ethical life helps prevent AIDS. Vol.11: School Health Education to Prevent AIDS and STD: A Package for Curricular Planners: Part I: Curriculum Planners: a). Designing the programme. b). Sample materials for introducing the curriculum and for teacher training. c). Programme evaluation instruments. II. Students' Activities: 1. Basic knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD. 2. Responsible behaviour: delaying sex. 3. Responsible behaviour: protected sex. 4. Care and support. III. Teachers' Guide: 1. Basic knowledge on HIV/AIDS/STD. 2. Responsible behaviour: Delaying sex. 3. Responsible behaviour: protected sex. 4. Care and support.