AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV
Counselors, Epidemiologists, General Practitioners, Health Scientists, Immunologists, Infectious Disease Specialists, Nurses, Physicians, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Public Health Professionals, Sexologists, Social Scientists, Social Workers, Therapists
AIDS Care provides an authoritative forum from the beginning of the epidemic for publishing critical, cutting edge and state of the art research, reviews and reports from the many complementary disciplines involved in the AIDS and HIV field in one key source. This peer-reviewed journal reaches a number of disciplines including psychology, sociology, epidemiology, social work and anthropology, social aspects of medicine, nursing, education, health education, law, administration and counselling (including various approaches such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), psychotherapy and family therapy).
AIDS and HIV infection remains an unprecedented global challenge. The journal provides resources for planning of services, prevention and psychosocial aspects of care and treatment. HIV and AIDS affects many echelons of society ranging from individuals, couples and families through to institutions and communities. The condition clusters and overlaps with a number of co-infections, individual and societal risks and demands a broad base for understanding and comprehensive reaction. A particular aim is to publish work emanating from many centers and in so doing address the global impact of AIDS.
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