By Ann O'Leary PhD
This booklet displays state-of-the-art technology that has just recently develop into on hand. it's a accomplished collection of recent ways to HIV prevention. It describes a collection of prevention suggestions that don't exclusively depend upon male condoms, together with: using HIV antibody checking out and `negotiated safety', abstinence, keep watch over of sexually transmitted ailments, remedy advances as prevention, and psychopharmacology to help with habit swap. it truly is of curiosity to HIV prevention scientists, healthiness psychologists, future health educators, and public medical experts within the groups in danger.
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Crawford J, Rodden P, Kippax S, Van de Ven P: Negotiated safety and other agreements between men in relationships: risk practice redefined. (under review) Davidovich U, de Wit JBF, Stroebe W: Assessing sexual risk behaviour of young men in primary relationships – the incorporation of negotiated safety and negotiated safety compliance. (in press). Davies PM, Project Sigma: On relapse: recidivism or rational response? In AIDS: Rights, Risks and Reasons. Edited by Aggleton P, Davies P, Hart G. London: Falmer Press; 1992: 133-141.
Finally, since male and female migrant workers move back and forth between two or more locations, HIV may spread from higher to lower incidence areas. As is discussed in greater detail in the following section, this migration-related vulnerability to HIV/AIDS can be further exacerbated by the introduction of "economic reforms" such as structural adjustment programs (SAPS). Bassett, for example, describes how Zimbabwe's structural adjustment in the 1990s reduced social expenditures and condom availability (Bassett, 1993), while Turshen outlines the negative health consequences that resulted throughout Africa after the World Bank imposed SAPS of the late 1980s and 1990s (Turshen, 1998).
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