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Journal of Nursing : Aids



  • HIV Crisis in Africa 
    The Valley of Death or Causes for New Hope? by Stacey White, MSN, MSHA,CRNP Auburn University Montgomery School of Nursing
    The human immuno-deficiency virus/acquired immuno-deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) is of pandemic magnitude. The World Health Organization has declared AIDS as a global health emergency. Awareness of the serious global impact has climaxed, taking its place with the bubonic plague of the Middle Ages. The worst is yet to come, for there are 36 million infected and 22 million deaths from this disease.
  • The Significance of the Missed Assessment: HIV/AIDS in the Older Adult 
    by Sarah L. Jameson, Student Nurse Carol A. Eliadi EdD, JD, APRN Assistant Dean and Associate Professor, School of Nursing Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
    The health care system has faced many struggles related to the understanding the HIV virus and in caring for those affected and likely to be affected by this life threatening communicable disease.
    Tags: HIV, AIDS, elderly
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