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e-Book Transcending AIDS: Nurses and HIV Patients in New York City (Studies in Health, Illness, and Caregiving) download

e-Book Transcending AIDS: Nurses and HIV Patients in New York City (Studies in Health, Illness, and Caregiving) download

by Peggy McGarrahan

ISBN: 0812232038
ISBN13: 978-0812232035
Language: English
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press; First Edition edition (January 1, 1994)
Pages: 200
Category: Diseases and Physical Ailments
Subategory: Diets and Fitness

ePub size: 1989 kb
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Includes bibliographical references (p. -195) and index.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 1. Introduction - 2. HIV Disease and Its Impact on New York City's Health-Care System - 3. First Encounters with the Disease: Choosing to Care for HIV-Infected Patients - 4. Empathy and Challenge - 5. Holism and Connection: Providing Care - 6. Ethical Dimensions of Care - 7. Making a Difference: Personal and Professional.

Transcending AIDS book. This is a poignant study of fifty registered nurses who have chosen to specialize in the care of HIV-infected patients in New York City. The nurses explain how they and their patients come to terms with fear, anger, rejection, abandonment, and death.

nurses and HIV patients in New York City. Published 1994 by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia Studies in health, illness, and caregiving. Published 1994 by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia. AIDS (Disease), Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Nursing, Nursing ethics, Nursing services, Service soins infirmiers, Nursing Services, Soins infirmiers, Nursing Ethics, États Unis d'Amérique, Syndrome d'immunodéficience acquise, Éthique des infirmiers, Protected DAISY, In library. Studies in health, illness, and caregiving.

1- McGarrahan, Peggy. Nurses and HIV Patients in New York City: Transcending AIDS. I´m a spanish primary care nurse and I'm interested in how nursing home care to elderly patients living in their own homes works in different countries. I appreciate your information. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press. The Experience of Nurses Working with Hospitalized AIDS Patients. Australian Journal of Social Issues 3(2): 125-143. 3- Sherman, Deborah Witt. AIDS-Dedicated Nurses: What Can Be Learned From Their Perceptions and Experiences.

Series Studies in Health, Illness, and Caregiving. University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. Published: 1st December 1993.

The HIV Uninsured Care Programs use the AIDS Institute's network of programs .

The HIV Uninsured Care Programs use the AIDS Institute's network of programs and providers and those of other New York State agencies as a comprehensive referral system and distribution network for applications and promotional materials. In New York City approximately 25,000 HIV+ Medicaid individuals must choose either an HIV SNP or a mainstream managed care plan to receive their Medicaid benefits. Three SNPs are currently licensed and enrolling eligible individuals throughout New York City.

The Nurses' Health Study is a series of prospective studies that examine epidemiology and the long-term effects of nutrition, hormones, environment, and nurses' work-life on health and disease development. The studies have been among the largest investigations into risk factors for major chronic diseases ever conducted. The Nurses' Health Studies have led to many insights on health and well-being, including cancer prevention, cardiovascular disease, and type 2 diabetes.

Nurse-led ART services were associated with significantly higher comprehensive retention in HIV care and .

Nurse-led ART services were associated with significantly higher comprehensive retention in HIV care and treatment and this was the only site-level characteristic significantly associated with retention in the multivariate analysis. In addition, when adjusting for both facility- and patient-level characteristics, nurse-led ART services remained significantly associated with higher rates of comprehensive retention of patients in HIV care. Previously published studies have shown that nurse-managed ART does not compromise, and may improve, the quality of care for people living with HIV.

In one Alabama study, missed HIV primary care visits during the first year of care were more common among patients who . The aspect of the HIV care continuum which has been most studied in relationship to mental health is cART adherence.

A large cohort study of PWIDs found that only 3. % were continuously retained in HIV care over nearly 9 years of follow-up, and that active drug use was associated with lower care retention The aspect of the HIV care continuum which has been most studied in relationship to mental health is cART adherence.

This is a poignant study of fifty registered nurses who have chosen to specialize in the care of HIV-infected patients in New York City. The nurses explain how they and their patients come to terms with fear, anger, rejection, abandonment, and death.

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