1 edition of Rethinking AIDS prevention found in the catalog.
Rethinking AIDS prevention
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|Statement||edited by Ralph Bolton and Merrill Singer.|
|Series||Medical anthropology : cross-cultural studies in health and illness -- vol.14, no.2-4, Medical anthropology -- vol.14, no.2-4.|
|Contributions||Bolton, Ralph., Singer, Merrill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||366|
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Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries. by Edward C. Green | Read Reviews. Hardcover. Current price is, Original price is $ You opponents may simply be AIDS profiteers, more interested in protecting their incomes than battling the disease.
This book is a bellwether in the escalating controversy Price: $ This is not another book about how AIDS is out of control in Africa and Third World nations, or one complaining about the inadequacy of secured funds to fight the pandemic.
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Rethinking AIDS prevention by Edward C. Green. Publication date Pages: Introduction: Re-thinking HIV prevention: critical assessments of the content and delivery of AIDS risk-reduction messages / Ralph Bolton and Merrill Singer --AIDS and promiscuity: muddles in the models of HIV prevention / Ralph Bolton --AIDS, sex and condoms: African healers and the reinvention of tradition Rethinking AIDS prevention book Zaire / Brooke Grundfest.
Most of the hypotheses and causes discussed in the book are looking less and less likely. AIDS behaves too contagiously, and HIV is too closely associated with it (including AIDS response to anti-HIV treatments), to believe that AIDS is just general immune suppression/5(3).
1 Introduction: Rethinking HIV Prevention A t the request of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Committee examined current HIV prevention efforts in the United States, with the objective of devising a sound framework for a national HIV prevention strategy and suggesting institutional roles within this framework for Author: Monica S.
Ruiz, Alicia R. Gable, Edward H. Kaplan, Michael A. Stoto, Harvey V. Fineberg, James Truss. tional and international arena. Rethinking current HIV policies and discourse is necessary to ensure the de-velopment of ethnomedically relevant prevention and intervention strategies.
The books reviewed here ex-pose the misinformation and misrepresentations that informed. Rethinking AIDS President David Crowe has produced a comprehensive critique of the coronavirus theory that has led to panicked reactions, restricting movements of people in many countries.
The article discusses the viral theory, disease definition, testing, transmission and treatment. ^IRethinking AIDS Prevention^R is a brave book, critical yet hopeful, aiming to put HIV prevention firmly back on the global agenda.
It has achieved this in record time by providing analysis that appeals to both sides of the political spectrum, with a genuine interest in Africa.
Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries eBook: Edward C. Green: : Kindle Store/5(2). Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries at Read honest and /5(2). This book focuses on heterosexual transmission of HIV in less-developed countries, which accounts for most of the AIDS cases in the world.
The main objective of this book is to bring greater connectivity between information now available about global AIDS prevention and how billions of dollars are spent for AIDS programmes. Western and indigenous approaches to AIDS prevention in developing Cited by: Request PDF | OnJames P.
Stansbury and others published Edward C. Green, Rethinking AIDS prevention. Learning from successes in developing countries, Praeger Publishers. 1) To develop, articulate, and promote rational scientific discourse on the subject of HIV and AIDS. 2) To advocate the absolute right for students, professors, physicians, scientists, government officials, and everyone else to think freely and speak openly on the subject of HIV and AIDS without fear of professional, social, political, economic, or criminal penalties.
This is not another book about how AIDS is out of control in Africa and Third World nations, or one complaining about the inadequacy of secured funds to fight the pandemic. The author looks objectively at countries that have succeeded in reducing.
Introduction: The trouble with ‘Categories’: Rethinking men who have sex with men, transgender and their equivalents in HIV prevention and health promotion 1. In the Name of Brevity: The Problem with Binary HIV Risk Categories 2.
The conflation of gender and sex: Gaps and opportunities in HIV data among transgender women and MSM 3.
Condom promotion is effective in epidemics spread mainly through sex work, as in Thailand (7, 10, 11), and also to some extent among other high-risk groups such as MSM. Although condom use has also likely contributed to HIV decline in some generalized epidemics, there is no evidence of a primary role (2, 4, 10, 11).Cited by: 4.
Get this from a library. Rethinking AIDS prevention: learning from successes in developing countries. [Edward C Green] -- "This is not another book about how AIDS is out of control in Africa and Third World nations, or one complaining about the inadequacy of secured funds to fight the pandemic.
Edward C. Green, a member. [Popular Books] Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries. Vanguard. PDF The Invisible Houses: Rethinking and designing low-cost housing in developing countries.
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Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries. Edward C. Green, Westport, CT: Praeger, pp. In Rethinking AIDS Prevention, Edward Green controversially calls for a paradigm shift away from donor myopia concerning condoms in favor of a focus on Primary Behavior Change (PBC), which includes.
RETHINKING AIDS HOMEPAGE EN FRANÇAIS. Cette page en Français est une reconnaissance au travail énorme du Webmaster Robert Laarhoven et au Groupe pour la Réévaluation Scientifique de l'Hypothèse VIH-SIDA. Cliquer sur les liens en bas de page vous amenera directement.
Views on AIDS prevention. In Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Successes in Developing Countries (), Green challenged the accepted wisdom of the AIDS prevention community about the efficacy of condoms, HIV counseling and testing as prevention strategies.
He argued that epidemiological evidence showed it was behavioral change leading to declines in number (and. Eleni Papadopulos Eleopulos et al., 'Mother to Child Transmission of HIV and its Prevention with AZT and Nevirapine'; Marvin Kitzerow, 'The AIDS Indictment' Mohammed Al-Bayati, 'Get all The Facts: HIV does not cause AIDS' Joan Shenton, 'Positively False; Exposing the myths around HIV and AIDS' Roberto Giraldo, 'AIDS and Stressors' John Lauritsen & Ian Young (editors), 'The AIDS Cult: Essays.
Rethinking AIDS Audio October 6, — Professor Henry Bauer discusses his book, The Origin, Persistence and Failings of HIV/AIDS Theory, with independant journalist Jason Erb.
Aug — Peter Duesberg speaks with Jason Erb about the flaws in the mainstream theory of HIV/AIDS. Components.
Abstinence, be faithful, use a Condom consists of three components: Abstinence: The ABC approach encourages young adults to delay "sexual debut" (age of first sexual intercourse), or to use abstinence until marriage, the most effective way to.
In the early s, the Anglican Church implemented an AIDS prevention program in 10 out of (then) 40 districts of Uganda. Clergy and laity were trained in AIDS prevention, using a peer education approach.
AIDS education messages were delivered from the pulpit in sermons, as well as at funerals, weddings and other by: HIV/AIDS continues to be the pandemic of our times and there has not been a comprehensive medically based AIDS prevention book published in the last 5 years.
It is estimated that 36 to 45 million people including million children already are infected worldwide and an additional million more are infected each year.
Request PDF | On Jan 1,Edward C. Green and others published Rethinking AIDS Prevention: Learning from Success in Developing Countries | Find, read and cite all the research you need on. Get this from a library. Rethinking HIV priorities.
[Bjørn Lomborg;] -- "Thirty years after the identification of the disease that became known as AIDS, humanitarian organizations warn that the fight against HIV/AIDS has slowed, amid a funding shortfall and donor.
The Boston Globe: A Quoted in Green E () Rethinking AIDS prevention: Learning from successes in developing countries. [Google Scholar] Human Rights Watch. Washington (D. C): Human Rights Watch; Policy paralysis: A call for action on HIV/AIDS-related human rights abuses against women and girls in by: COVID Resources.
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Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The literature on the experiences and factors that influence disclosure of HIV seropositive status among women in many developed countries is quite extensive.
1–9 However, in sub-Saharan African countries like South Africa where the prevalence of HIV remains high, 10 there is scant evidence on the disclosure experiences of women.
Inevitably, the available evidence fails to explore the Cited by: This qualitative study explored whether motherhood plays a role in influencing decisions to conceal or reveal knowledge of seropositive status among women living with HIV/AIDS in 2 South African communities: Gugulethu and Mitchell's Plain.
Using the PEN-3 cultural model, we explored how HIV-positive women disclose their status to their mothers and how HIV-positive mothers make Cited by: Instead, a more holistic approach to HIV prevention programming is needed that targets multiple causes of HIV transmission.
Here, we discuss some the main HIV prevention initiatives including voluntary medical male circumcision, harm reduction, prevention of mother-to-child transmission and treatment as prevention.
Merrill Singer (b. October 6, McKeesport, PA, USA) is a medical anthropologist and professor in Anthropology at The University of Connecticut and in Community Medicine at The University of Connecticut Health Center.
He is best known for his research on substance abuse, HIV/AIDS, syndemics, health disparities, and minority health. David Nachman Lourea (Aug –Novem ) was an American writer, AIDS activist, and bisexual rights activist.
He was raised as Orthodox Jewish, and was openly bisexual. In he earned a B.F.A. from Temple University; he later earned a Ph.D from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human was involved with San Francisco Sex Information after moving to that city Attitudes: Biphobia, Bisexual chic, Bisexual.
Abstract. Research on the prevention of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-1 infection is at a critical juncture. Major methodological challenges to performing prevention trials have emerged, and one after another promising biomedical interventions have failed to Cited by:.