Supporting HIV care through education and innovation

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  1. 791 reads Clinical care guide on the different aspects of palliative care for people living with HIV/AIDS. Presents information to assist providers in delivering services to patients. Includes management of advanced HIV disease; psychosocial, cultural,...
    Library Resource published on 11/30/2003

  2. 476 reads Recommendations for incorporating HIV prevention into the medical care of all HIV-infected individuals. Guideline http://aidsinfo.nih.gov/guidelines/ Friday, July 18, 2003 CDC HRSA NIH and IDSA U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Medical...
    Library Resource published on 07/17/2003

  3. 1034 reads Helps Ryan White funded agencies assess, develop, implement and monitor linkages. Designed to help nurture linkages between organizations that are already part of the local continuum of HIV care and key points of entry into the health care system...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  4. Client self-assessment tool to determine patient's confidence in taking medications under various scenarios (e.g., at work, in public place). Tool is designed to assess likelihood of adherence to antiretroviral regimens. 592 reads...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  5. 779 reads Principles for delivering care to substance users living with HIV/AIDS. Principles cover integrated services, care coordination, assessment, referral, staff education/support, consumer education/ involvement, quality improvement, confidentiality,...
    Library Resource published on 05/31/2003

  6. Estos cuadernos describen la manera de asistir a conectar personas que viven con VIH/SIDA con el sistema médico.  El cuaderno no. 1, describe 17 intervenciones y define los proyectos actuales.  El cuaderno no. 2 contiene 25 interventions.  Cada proyecto...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  7. 1267 reads These workbooks describe ways to help connect people living with HIV/AIDS to medical care. Workbook I describes 17 different activities that were developed an implemented in nine different cities, including several American Indian/Alaskan Native...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  8. 834 reads Person living with HIV manages the treatment process through an oral and written agreement and works with the clinician on treatment choices and builds skills in self-management. Tool outlines objectives, activities to undertake, logistics (e.g.,...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  9. One-pager poses question to client, "How Ready are You for the Challenge of Taking Your HIV Medications Everyday" followed by scale for patient to mark where they self-assess their readiness. 732 reads...
    Library Resource published on 12/31/2003

  10. Cross-disciplinary training curriculum to increase knowledge and awareness of the relationship between HIV infection and substance use. Modules include Health Promotion and Adherence, Incorporating Harm Reduction into Our Work, Interdisciplinary Care,...
    Library Resource published on 05/31/2003

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