By Willo Pequegnat,Carl Bell
Recognizing their advanced position as educators, mentors, and caregivers, kinfolk and HIV/AIDS assembles a wealth of findings from winning prevention and intervention ideas and gives versions for translating proof into powerful real-world practice.
Chapters highlight the differing roles of moms and dads in prevention efforts, make clear the necessity for family/community collaborations, and look at middle problems with culture,ethnicity, gender, and analysis (e.g., minority households, kids with mental disorders). all through, danger relief and well-being promoting are proven as a doable public future health strategy
A reference with significant application around the health and wellbeing, psychological future health, and similar disciplines,Family and HIV/AIDS can be a go-to source for practitioners operating with households, researchers learning at-risk populations, directors looking to create new (or overview existing)prevention and care courses, and policymakers concerned with investment such programs.