ERIC Number: ED317927
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
AIDS Prevention and Control: Invited Presentations and Papers from the World Summit of Ministers of Health on Programmes for AIDS Prevention (London, England, January 26-28, 1988).
World Health Organization, Geneva (Switzerland).
Papers from the World Summit of Ministers of Health on Programmes for AIDS Prevention in this book include: (1) "Global AIDS: Epidemiology, Impact, Projections, Global Strategy," (Jonathan Mann); (2) "Modes of Transmission: The Basis for Prevention Strategies," (Donald Acheson); (3) "National AIDS Information Programme in France," (Alain Pompidou); (4) "Planning AIDS Education for the Public in Uganda," (Samuel Okware); (5) "Brazil's Educational Programme on AIDS Prevention," (Lair Guerra de Macedo Rodrigues); (6) "Preventing AIDS through General Public Education: Experience from the United Kingdom," (Spencer Hagard); (7) "Messages Addressed to Women as a Target Audience, " (Peggy Clarke); (8) "Adolescents: Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice," (Lone de Neegaard); (9) "Developing Materials for Culture Groups," (Grace Smallwood); (10) "AIDS Prevention in the Netherlands: Intravenous Drug Users as a Target Group," (Hans Moerkerk); (11) "Reaching the Target Population: Female Prostitutes," (Elizabeth Ngugi); (12) "The Hot Rubber Story," (Roger Staub); (13) "Counselling before HIV Testing," (Benjamin Harris); (14) "Counselling after HIV Testing," (Gloria Ornelas Hall); (15) "Counselling of Persons with AIDS," (David Miller); (16) "Knowledge and Fear among Health Workers: The San Francisco Experience," (Paul A. Volberding); (17) "Health Workers, the Community, and AIDS," (Mafama Omba Ngandu); and (18) "Ensuring Safe Injection Procedures," (Nilton Arnt). Introductions, overviews, and opening and closing addresses are included. (ABL)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: World Health Organization, Geneva (Switzerland).
Identifiers - Location: United Kingdom (London)