Partnership and Pragmatism : The German Response to AIDS Prevention and Care
*structural prevention, a concept which unites political and behavioural change
*the synchronistic relationship between AIDS policy and gay politics
*the dominance of love and intimacy over other 'risk factors'
*an approach to prevention among drug users which emphasis human rights and accepts the using behaviour
*a unique partnership between public authorities and the voluntary sector
*services for women working in cross-national border prostitution
*an AIDS survivor syndrome among gay men
*HIV in the context of emotional risks taken by women in relationships.
In addition, specifically German themes are described, including special needs of gay men from the former East Germany, the difficulties of providing adequate outpatient care for people with HIV/AIDS and the history of the AIDS prevention debate in Germany.
The book offers medical, nursing, public health, sociological, psychological and social work perspectives on the German response to AIDS.
- Paperback | 272 pages
- 159 x 235 x 14.73mm | 499g
- 09 Dec 2015
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- 15 Tables, black and white
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