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HIV/AIDS and Older Adults: Challenges for Individuals, Families, and Communities
Social Work Books
  • Charles A. Emlet, University of Washington Tacoma
Description
This volume focuses on the ways in which HIV/AIDS can affect older adults. The chapters in this book discuss the variety of HIV/AIDS problems that we face at the individual, family, and community levels. Topics examined include demographics and epidemiological aspects of HIV disease with this population; prevention of HIV disease; issues impacting individuals in a medical, psychological, and social context; and service needs. Originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Mental Health and Aging, the volume contains new chapters on demographics, HIV prevention and education, and effective coalition building among systems of care. Contributors include Diane Zablotsky, Michael Kennedy, Janice Nichols, and Timothy Heckman, among others.
Publication Date
3-31-2004
Publisher
Springer Publishing Company
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Location: UW Tacoma Library Stacks - WC 503.7 H6752 2004

E-book: http://alliance-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/UW:tacoma:CP71189201010001451

ISBN
978-0826144959
Citation Information
Charles A. Emlet. HIV/AIDS and Older Adults: Challenges for Individuals, Families, and Communities. New York, NY(2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/charles_emlet/9/