5 edition of HIV and social work found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David M. Aronstein, Bruce J. Thompson, editors.|
|Series||Haworth psychosocial issues of HIV/AIDS|
|Contributions||Aronstein, David M., Thompson, Bruce J.|
|LC Classifications||RA644.A25 H5788 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 586 p. :|
|Number of Pages||586|
|LC Control Number||97021867|
In recognition of World AIDS Day December 5, this month’s research review turns to social work’s development of knowledge for practice and policy concerning issues related to persons living with HIV/AIDS. Social workers have been at the forefront of this issue since it first became a major public health crisis in the early s. "This handbook is an outstanding resource for the social work professional working to ensure equal access to care, treatment, and resources for all persons living with and/or affected by HIV."—Evelyn P. Tomaszewski, MSW, Project Director, NASW HIV/AIDS Spectrum: Mental Health Training and Education of Social Workers Project "This book is an.
Lipton, S. Human immunodeficiency virus-infected macrophages, gp and N-methyl D-asparate neurotoxicity. Annals of Neurology – Lipton, S. Laboratory basis of novel therapeutic strategies to prevent HIV-related neuronal injury. Pp. – in R. Price and S. Perry, eds. HIV, AIDS and the Brain. New York: Raven Press. Social Work With HIV and AIDS. A Case-Based Guide. Edited by Diana Rowan. Publication Date - July ISBN: pages Paperback x inches In Stock. Retail Price to Students: $ Description; Book Information.
It is an indispensable resource for all those who work with HIV and all its complications."—Leon Ginsberg, MSW, PhD, Dean Emeritus, University of South Carolina School of Social Work and Editor, Administration in Social Work The most current knowledge on the HIV pandemic in a thorough, diverse, and accessible volume This invaluable book draws. Handbook of HIV and Social Work: Principles, Practices, and Populations by Cynthia Cannon Poindexter Call Number: RAH27 (LC WC) Hoboken, NJ: .
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Social work in HIV and AIDS prevention and care is one of the most complex and demanding fields of practice in the profession today. Social Work with HIV and AIDS: HIV and social work book Case-Based Guide is a first-of-its-kind book written by social workers experienced in working with this diverse group.
HIV and social work book The book explains the history of social work during the AIDS 5/5(6). HIV and Social Work is a practical, user-friendly resource for social workers who practice in a variety of settings and fields.
You'll find it a rich and useful book if you're moving into HIV/AIDS work and want guidance, or if you're experienced and want to sharpen your skills, or if you just want to be prepared for when you find people with. Handbook of HIV and Social Work reflects the latest research and its impact on policy and practice realities, with topics including: History, Illness, Transmission, and Treatment.
Social Work Roles, Tasks, and Challenges in Health Care Settings. HIV-related Community Organizing and Grassroots by: 9. It is an indispensable resource for all those who work with HIV and all its complications."--Leon Ginsberg, MSW, PhD, Dean Emeritus, University of South Carolina School of Social Work and Editor, Administration in Social WorkThe most current knowledge on the HIV pandemic in a thorough, diverse, and accessible volumeThis invaluable book draws on.
""This book is an excellent, up-to-date guide on HIV. It is an indispensable resource for all those who work with HIV and all its complications.""—Leon Ginsberg, MSW, PhD, Dean Emeritus, University of South Carolina School of Social Work and Editor, Administration in Social WorkAuthor: Cynthia Cannon Poindexter.
Social workers have the skills, opportunity, and commitment to engage clients in HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and treatment utilizing a comprehensive bio-psycho-social approach.
This page provides resources to assist social workers work at the individual and systems level to end HIV. Sanford E. GaylordSocial workers have always been critical to our nation’s response to HIV. In working to connect newly diagnosed people to HIV care and to help people to stay in care, social workers are now helping to make the goals of the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) real.
Social workers, like others, also have a role in educating individuals about. Joe Vanny Pérez, LMSW, has worked as a social worker at the Center for Special Studies/NY-Presbyterian Hospital for five years, focusing on HIV/AIDS. He holds a master’s degree in social work from New York University and a B.A.
in sociology and art history from Hunter College-City University of New York. Explore the in-hospital evolution of social work with HIV/AIDS patients. A History of AIDS Social Work in Hospitals: A Daring Response to an Epidemic presents first-hand historical perspectives from frontline hospital social workers who cared for HIV/AIDS patients during the epidemic’s beginning in the early s.
National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS: Learn, share, and grow through one of the most dynamic events offered to professionals impacting HIV/AIDS. HIV/AIDS social work was changed fundamentally by the introduction of more effective medications to combat the disease, and by the spread of HIV/AIDS beyond the gay community to intravenous drug users and their sexual partners, women, children, adolescents, and.
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. With documentation as described in F1 and one of the following: A. Multicentric (not localized or unicentric) Castleman disease affecting multiple groups of lymph nodes or organs containing lymphoid tissue (see F3a).
Social work students will have an opportunity to explore their own beliefs, values and approaches to the issues regarding HIV/AIDS, in addition to the cultural, political, social, legal, ethical, spiritual, and public health issues and the perspectives of people living with HIV infection and AIDS that are needed to inform practice and policy.
As a viral infection that compromises the immune system, you’ll find the Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) listing for HIV in the Immune System Disorders section of the Blue Book. The Blue Book is a technical manual, written for doctors and others with the expertise to understand complex medical terminology.
Acknowledging your busy schedule, the book is organized so that you may use it on a “knowledge as needed” basis or read it straight through. Written specifically by and for social workers, HIV and Social Work is highly recommended as required reading in social work programs at the Bachelor's and/or Master's levels.
HIV/AIDS crosses all fields of practice, including mental health, addictions, community development, and health care.
Social work practice in this area continues to evolve, as social workers provide support to persons living with HIV/AIDS and those affected by the disease through direct counselling, treatment intervention, and social justice activities.
Table of Contents Foreword (Vincent J. Lynch).Preface. About the Editor. About the Contributors. Part One: HIV Basics and Social Work Principles. Chapter 1 HIV History, Illness, Transmission, and Treatment (Ryan M.
Kull).Chapter 2 Underlying Principles of Helping in the HIV Field (Hugo Kamya).Chapter 3 Cultural Competence and HIV (Manoj Paradasani, Author: Cynthia Cannon Poindexter.
Non-specialist social workers, who have limited HIV knowledge, may be affected by the stigma that still surrounds HIV and the widely held misconceptions about the condition. This chapter therefore outlines basic information about HIV and highlights issues that people living with HIV.
The first cases of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) were reported in the United States in the spring of By the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the virus that causes AIDS, had been isolated. Early in the U.S. HIV/AIDS pandemic, the role of substance abuse in the spread of AIDS was clearly established.
Injection drug use (IDU) was identified as a direct route of HIV. Disability evaluation under Social Security: Blue book; This fact sheet was created by the NASW HIV/AIDS Spectrum: Mental Health Training and Education of Social Workers Project, Evelyn P.
Tomaszewski, Project Director. (Contract # - CMHS ). As the HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to expand and evolve, beginning and experienced social workers need to help and support people living with HIV, their families, and their friends.
In HIV and Social Work: A Practitioner's Guide, experienced social workers share their practice wisdom and knowledge on such topics as psychosocial intervention.This book represents a collaboration between the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
IASSW is an association of institutions of social work education, organizations supporting social work education and social work educators around the world.It is an indispensable resource for all those who work with HIV and all its complications."-Leon Ginsberg, MSW, PhD, Dean Emeritus, University of South Carolina School of Social Work and Editor, Administration in Social Work The most current knowledge on the HIV pandemic in a thorough, diverse, and accessible volume This invaluable book draws.