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The Resource AIDS in Europe : new challenges for the social sciences, edited by Jean-Paul Moatti. [and others]

AIDS in Europe : new challenges for the social sciences, edited by Jean-Paul Moatti. [and others]

Label
AIDS in Europe : new challenges for the social sciences
Title
AIDS in Europe
Title remainder
new challenges for the social sciences
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jean-Paul Moatti. [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
362.19697920094
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Moatti, J.-P.
Series statement
Social aspects of AIDS
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
AIDS (Disease)
Label
AIDS in Europe : new challenges for the social sciences, edited by Jean-Paul Moatti. [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
  • chapter 3 Psychological and behavioural factors and the natural history of HIV infection
  • Jos Catal�n
  • chapter 4 Attitudinal factors and adherence to protease inhibitor combination therapy
  • Jeffrey J. Weiss
  • chapter 5 Living with HIV/AIDS and adherence to antiretroviral treatments
  • Jean-Paul Moatti
  • part Part II New perspectives on sexuality
  • chapter 6 Seropositivity, risk and sexuality
  • Fran�ois Delor
  • chapter 7 Socio-economic status and HIV prevalence among gay men in Germany
  • chapter Introduction
  • Michael Bochow
  • chapter 8 Condom use among 15 to 18 year-olds in France: changes in behaviour overtime
  • Hugues Lagrange, Brigitte Lhomond and the ACSJ research team
  • Changes in behaviour over time
  • chapter 9 Sexual revolution in Russia and the tasks of sex education
  • Valeriy Chervyakov
  • chapter 10 Young people, social relationships and sexuality in Bulgaria
  • Biliana Vassileva
  • part PART III Drug use: user and policy perspectives
  • chapter 11 Risk behaviour and HIV infection in European prisons
  • Jean-Paul Moatti, Yves Souteyrand, Annick Prieur, Theo Sandfo rt, Peter Aggleton
  • Michel Rotily
  • chapter 12 Drug users views and service evaluation
  • Joanne Neale
  • chapter 13 Between public health and public order
  • Dominique Malatesta, Daniel K�bler, Dominique Joye and Dominique Hausser
  • Harm reduction facilities and neighbourhood problems
  • chapter 14 Drug use, AIDS and social exclusion in France
  • France Lert
  • part Part IV Accounting for the epidemic
  • chapter 15 The normalisation of AIDS policies in Europe
  • part Part I Living with HIV and therapeutic advances
  • Monika Steffen
  • Patterns, path dependency and innovation
  • chapter 16 UK HIV testing practice
  • Christine Ann McGarrigle and Owen Noel Gill
  • By how much might the infection diagnosis rate increase through normalisation?
  • chapter 17 Modelling network structure
  • Mirjam Kretzschmar
  • Implications for the spread and prevention of HIV infection
  • chapter 18 Understanding risk management
  • Genevi�ve Paicheler
  • chapter 1 Coping with a chronic illness: the experience of families of HIV- infected children
  • Towards an integration of individual, interactive and social levels
  • Mary Boulton, Sam Walters, David Miller and Eddy Beck
  • The experience of families of HIV-infected children
  • chapter 2 HIV seropositivity, adaptation and everyday life in Greece
  • Chryssa Tselepi
Control code
9780203500934
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 268 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203500934
Other control number
10.4324/9780203500934
System control number
(OCoLC)50766711
Label
AIDS in Europe : new challenges for the social sciences, edited by Jean-Paul Moatti. [and others]
Publication
Contents
  • chapter 3 Psychological and behavioural factors and the natural history of HIV infection
  • Jos Catal�n
  • chapter 4 Attitudinal factors and adherence to protease inhibitor combination therapy
  • Jeffrey J. Weiss
  • chapter 5 Living with HIV/AIDS and adherence to antiretroviral treatments
  • Jean-Paul Moatti
  • part Part II New perspectives on sexuality
  • chapter 6 Seropositivity, risk and sexuality
  • Fran�ois Delor
  • chapter 7 Socio-economic status and HIV prevalence among gay men in Germany
  • chapter Introduction
  • Michael Bochow
  • chapter 8 Condom use among 15 to 18 year-olds in France: changes in behaviour overtime
  • Hugues Lagrange, Brigitte Lhomond and the ACSJ research team
  • Changes in behaviour over time
  • chapter 9 Sexual revolution in Russia and the tasks of sex education
  • Valeriy Chervyakov
  • chapter 10 Young people, social relationships and sexuality in Bulgaria
  • Biliana Vassileva
  • part PART III Drug use: user and policy perspectives
  • chapter 11 Risk behaviour and HIV infection in European prisons
  • Jean-Paul Moatti, Yves Souteyrand, Annick Prieur, Theo Sandfo rt, Peter Aggleton
  • Michel Rotily
  • chapter 12 Drug users views and service evaluation
  • Joanne Neale
  • chapter 13 Between public health and public order
  • Dominique Malatesta, Daniel K�bler, Dominique Joye and Dominique Hausser
  • Harm reduction facilities and neighbourhood problems
  • chapter 14 Drug use, AIDS and social exclusion in France
  • France Lert
  • part Part IV Accounting for the epidemic
  • chapter 15 The normalisation of AIDS policies in Europe
  • part Part I Living with HIV and therapeutic advances
  • Monika Steffen
  • Patterns, path dependency and innovation
  • chapter 16 UK HIV testing practice
  • Christine Ann McGarrigle and Owen Noel Gill
  • By how much might the infection diagnosis rate increase through normalisation?
  • chapter 17 Modelling network structure
  • Mirjam Kretzschmar
  • Implications for the spread and prevention of HIV infection
  • chapter 18 Understanding risk management
  • Genevi�ve Paicheler
  • chapter 1 Coping with a chronic illness: the experience of families of HIV- infected children
  • Towards an integration of individual, interactive and social levels
  • Mary Boulton, Sam Walters, David Miller and Eddy Beck
  • The experience of families of HIV-infected children
  • chapter 2 HIV seropositivity, adaptation and everyday life in Greece
  • Chryssa Tselepi
Control code
9780203500934
Extent
1 online resource (xviii, 268 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203500934
Other control number
10.4324/9780203500934
System control number
(OCoLC)50766711

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