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Evaluating HIV/Aids Treatment Programs

Innovative Methods and Findings

by George J., Ph.D. Huba

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Published by Haworth Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine: General Issues,
  • Patients,
  • Diseases - AIDS & HIV,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Services for,
  • Care,
  • Community health services,
  • AIDS (Disease)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages292
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8152330M
    ISBN 100789011913
    ISBN 109780789011916

    Trudy Larson, M.D., is the Dean of the School of Community Health Sciences at the University of Nevada, Reno. She was appointed following an impressive 27 year career at the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine where she served as a professor, former chair of the Department of Pediatrics, and also served as an associate dean. Editors' Picks. Integrating and Scaling up PMTCT Through Implementation Research Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (JAIDS), Vol Supplement 2, November 1, ; PrEP Consultation Center Clinical Consultation Center, September ; Laboratory Testing for the Diagnosis of HIV Infection: Updated Recommendations Centers for Disease Control and .

    • Prevention programs for people living with HIV and their partners • Prevention programs for people at high risk of HIV infection • Substance abuse treatment • Screening and treatment for other STIs *Syringe exchange is currently prohibited in FL due to certain paraphernalia laws. HIP emphasizes evidence-based prevention strategies:File Size: 79KB. Cite this chapter as: Mantell J.E., DiVittis A.T., Auerbach M.I. () Introduction to Evaluating HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs. In: Evaluating HIV Prevention Author: Joanne E. Mantell, Anthony T. DiVittis, Marilyn I. Auerbach.

      HIV is the virus that causes HIV infection. AIDS is the most advanced stage of HIV infection. HIV is spread through contact with the blood, semen, pre-seminal fluid, rectal fluids, vaginal fluids, or breast milk of a person with HIV. In the United States, HIV is spread mainly by having anal or vaginal sex or sharing injection drug equipment. Find AIDS & HIV Textbooks at up to 90% off. Plus get free shipping on qualifying orders $25+. Choose from used and new textbooks or get instant access with eTextbooks and digital materials.


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Evaluating HIV/Aids Treatment Programs by George J., Ph.D. Huba Download PDF EPUB FB2

Evaluating HIV/AIDS Treatment Programs reports in detail the efforts of several community-based HIV/AIDS organizations in the SPNS program. You will learn how these organizations provide high-quality care for persons with HIV who are unlikely to obtain it in the traditional hospital-based service system.

This volume offers specific, proven Format: Paperback. The purpose is to improve performance and accountability of programs. Beginning in all directly funded health departments and CBOs will report on measures of HIV prevention planning, service delivery, and evaluation activities.

The performance indicators will be used to monitor progress in critical areas of HIV prevention. Book Description. Create effective community-based programs for substance abusers with HIV/AIDS. Substance abusers are the fastest-growing population of people with HIV/AIDS in the US--and one of the hardest to reach and treat.

Evaluating HIV/AIDS Treatment Programs offers new strategies for providing care for this vulnerable population. This chapter provides an overview of the issues related to evaluating HIV/AIDS programs.

It compares the approaches and tools used to evaluate programs in the United States and developing countries. Further, it outlines the major challenges to evaluating programs.

Three primary types of evaluation are formative, process and summative. Before an evaluation can be designed, the goals of the intervention program must be set. Indeed, goal setting should precede the design and implementation of a program. This chapter provides an overview of goal setting, the strengths and weaknesses of various outcome objectives, and the measurement of outcomes for Evaluating HIV/Aids Treatment Programs book prevention by: 1.

--The Impact of an Intervention Program for HIV-Positive Women on Well-Being, Substance Use, Physical Symptoms, and Depression / Elaine M. Hockman, Marcia Andersen and Geoffrey A.D. Smereck --Practical Issues in Evaluating a Self-Structured Psychosocial and Medical Support Program for Women with HIV/AIDS: PROTOTYPES WomensLink, a Community.

The HIV prevention evaluation gap. Intensifying HIV prevention is the only way to defeat the epidemic ultimately, and essential to respond to the growing unmet treatment needs. With no vaccine to block transmission, HIV prevention focuses on reducing transmissibility and tion programs involve multiple approaches aiming at reducing risky behavior.

Create effective community-based programs for substance abusers with HIV/AIDS!Substance abusers are the fastest-growing population of people with HIV/AIDS in the US--and one of the hardest to reach and treat. Evaluating HIV/AIDS Treatment Programs offers new strategies for providing care for this vulnerable population.

The programs evaluated and discussed in this. Evaluating HIV/AIDS treatment programs: innovative methods and findings Azevedo, Mario J; Smith, Debra C This new work contributes significantly to the fast growing literature on HIV/AIDS, which is now ravaging the developing world, while it continues to pose a major threat to the survival of the rest of the planet's.

Evaluating HIV/AIDS Treatment Programs offers new strategies for providing care for this vulnerable population. The programs evaluated and discussed in this volume were funded as part of the DHHS Health Resources and Services Administration through its Special Projects of National Significance Program.

Monitoring and Evaluating Clinical Care Programs Overview of Clinical Care Programs 1. Definition of Clinical Care Comprehensive care, support, and treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS requires that a range of mutually reinforcing clinical and community-based services exist in a well-coordinated system.

Global HIV/AIDS Organizations Recursos en Español El VIH es una amenaza de salud grave para las comunidades latinas, quienes se encuentran en gran desventaja respecto de la incidencia de esta enfermedad en los Estados Unidos.

4 ~ EVALUATING AIDS PREVENTION PROGRAMS priate use of formative, process, and outcome evaluation and urges Mat evaluation be a part of intervention program design. Formative evaluation involves a small-scale effort to identify and re- solve intervention and evaluation issues systematically before a program is widely implemented.

In this chapter the panel outlines strategies for evaluating CDC's widely disseminated program of funding HIV testing and counseling services. Goals for this program are similar to those discussed for CBOs: behavior change, HIV surveillance, and public education (CDC, ). Strategies for evaluating the counseling and testing program are somewhat different, however, because the Author: Susan L.

Coyle, Robert F. Boruch, Charles F. Turner. programs. For large-scale HIV/AIDS programs, see National AIDS Programmes: A Guide to Monitoring and Evaluation, (UNAIDS et al., ).

The authors wish to thank several collaborators working in HIV/AIDS in Central America at the time we wrote the original version of this manual: Annie de Salazar (Director of ASI. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The nature of the HIV/AIDS epidemic mandates an unwavering commitment to prevention programs, and the prevention activities require a similar commitment to the evaluation of those programs.

This expanded edition of Evaluating AIDS Prevention Programs covers evaluation. The challenges to evaluating HIV/AIDS programs include issues common to the evaluation of social programs in general, as well as some specific to HIV/AIDS programs.

Difficulty of attribution To determine causation (i.e., to establish that a specific program or intervention caused a measurable change in behavior or health-status outcome), the Author: Jane T.

Bertrand, David R. Holtgrave, Amy Gregowski. Evaluating Hiv/Aids Treatment Programs è un libro di Huba George J, Melchior Lisa A, Brown Vivian, Panter A.T., Larson Trudy A, Fitzpatrick Pauline edito da Routledge a marzo - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul sitola grande libreria online.

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Incl. bibl., abstract Although not part of the national curriculum untilHIV/AIDS education has been taught for some time in Ugandan secondary schools through a variety of extracurricular.These massive inputs and the colossal and urgent needs at hand make systematic monitoring and evaluation of control and prevention of HIV infection and AIDS patient care programs critical to maximizing their cost effectiveness, particularly in resource-poor countries (World Bank ).Cited by: 1.Evaluating Behavior Change Communication Programs • Assessing the outcome and impact of a program.

Evaluation should answer the questions: What outcomes are observed? What do the outcomes mean? Does the program make a difference? • BCC program evaluation is part of the overall HIV/AIDS prevention, care, and support program.