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First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Integrates biological, psychological & social aspects of AIDS into a single model for therapy.
|Pt. I||Applied Systems Principles in AIDS Prevention|
|1||Correcting AIDS Metaphors and Myths with a Systems Approach||3|
|2||Identifying the Systems Impacted by AIDS||29|
|3||Individuals, Families, and Populations at Risk||57|
|4||Health Care Providers at Risk||97|
|5||Staying Abreast of HIV Disease||133|
|Pt. II||Biopsychosocial Intervention: Clinical Management|
|6||Epidemiology, Transmission, and Medical Management||169|
|7||The Neuropsychiatric Aspects of HIV Infection and Patient Care||192|
|8||Psychotherapeutic Intervention: From Individual Through Group to Extended Network||214|
|9||Spiritual, Cultural, and Community Systems||267|
|10||Doing the Right Thing: Systems Ethics and AIDS||300|