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Confronting the AIDS Epidemic: Cross-cultural Perspectives on HIV/Aids Education epub

by Davidson C. Umeh


Confronting the AIDS Epidemic: Cross-cultural Perspectives on HIV/Aids Education epub

ISBN: 0865435278

ISBN13: 978-0865435278

Author: Davidson C. Umeh

Category: Medical Books

Subcategory: Medicine

Language: English

Publisher: Africa World Pr (November 1, 1997)

Pages: 560 pages

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They discussed cultural implications and specific HIV, AIDS education strategies for women, menĀ . Several socio-economic, ethical, legal, political and cultural issues have arisen because of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.

They discussed cultural implications and specific HIV, AIDS education strategies for women, men, adolescents, gays, people living with HIV/AIDS in the following communities: American-Indian, African-American, Asian-American, White-American, Kenyan, Ugandan, Nigerian, Indian, Dutch and athletes. This book will be of great significance to students and scholars in anthropology, medicine, nursing, psychology, health, education, sociology, and women's studies.

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Confronting the AIDS Epidemic: Cross-Cultural. Perspectives on HIV/AIDS Education. HIV/AIDS in Africa: How Women are Infected" Second International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Health and Human Rights. Trenton, NJ: Africa World. The teaching of physical and health education. Indiana University, Indianapolis, October 23-27, 1998. Women and HIV/AIDS infection in Africa. Paper presented at the New York State African Association Conference at Russel Sage College, Troy, NY, June 10-12, 1997.

Confronting the AIDS Epidemic : Cross-Cultural Perspectives on HIV/AIDS Education.

Education has great impact on HIV and AIDS and vice-versa

Education has great impact on HIV and AIDS and vice-versa. An education plays a vital role to curb the transmission of HIV and AIDS thorough capacity building, provides information, reduces vulnerability, empowerment, improve life skill, maintain equity, reduce dependence, stigma, and discrimination, where are abundance foundations for HIV infection. Methodology A cross-sectional study was carried out in which data was collected from all over Karachi.

Personal Name: Umeh, Davidson Chukwuma

Personal Name: Umeh, Davidson Chukwuma.

While HIV/AIDS has a negative impact on education, it is also through education that appropriate mitigation initiatives can be implemented.

Confronting the AIDS Epidemic is for you whether you are a heterosexual, bisexual or homosexual male or female. This book is for you if you are a business leader, an elected official, a community leader, a teacher or a sociologist

Confronting the AIDS Epidemic is for you whether you are a heterosexual, bisexual or homosexual male or female. This book is for you if you are a business leader, an elected official, a community leader, a teacher or a sociologist. This book is for you if you wish to influence the course of human history" -Uchenna C. Nwosu, . ABOUT THE AUTHOR DAVIDSON C. UMEH is an associate professor in the department of Physical Education and Athletics at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York.

Confronting the AIDS epidemic: cross-cultural perspectives on HIV/AIDS education. Africa World Press, c1997. 340 p. Bibliography: p. 329-330.

HIV/AIDS is a global pandemic. As of 2018, approximately 3. million people are infected with HIV globally. In 2018, approximately 43% are women. There were about 770,000 deaths from AIDS in 2018. The 2015 Global Burden of Disease Study, in a report published in The Lancet, estimated that the global incidence of HIV infection peaked in 1997 at . million per year.

This is an anthology of articles that focus on various aspects of the dreaded AIDS disease. The articles is written by scholars of various relevant disciplines, who seek to create greater public awareness and understanding of AIDS and thereby contribute to the epic battle against the spread of the disease.