Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment
Pequegnat, Willo, Bell, Carl (Eds.)
2012, XIV, 364 p.
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“The ultimate purpose is to encourage researchers and providers to understand the utility of applying family-oriented approaches to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. … A wide variety of professionals engaged in HIV/AIDS care, medical doctors, social workers, researchers, and outreach workers among others, would find this book helpful in planning effective interventions and further promoting relevant research agendas with family systems in mind. … For interdisciplinary teams involved with families and HIV/AIDS care, this book serves as a valuable addition to culturally informed discourse.” (Lisa D. Zerden, Doody’s Review Service, April, 2012)