By Tiffany Chenneville
This ebook examines the influence of pediatric HIV on teenagers, teens, and their households. starting with an summary of pediatric HIV epidemiology, it strains the clinical, mental, and social dimensions of HIV during the trajectory of adolescence and early life. It examines the newest learn on a variety of issues, together with therapy adherence, cultural, criminal, and moral matters, and HIV stigma and its aid. Chapters provide specialist techniques for clinicians operating with young children with HIV in addition to researchers learning pediatric HIV. additionally, the e-book additionally discusses day-by-day issues linked to pediatric HIV, similar to ailment administration, coping, entry to providers, probability prevention, and well-being merchandising.
Topics featured during this e-book contain:
- The influence of pediatric HIV on households.
- Psychosocial issues for kids and youth with HIV.
- HIV prevention and intervention within the tuition setting.
- HIV disclosure in pediatric populations.
- How to layout potent evidence-based HIV risk-reduction courses for adolescents.
A medical consultant to Pediatric HIV is a must have source for researchers, clinicians, and graduate scholars in baby and faculty psychology, social paintings, and public future health in addition to pediatric medication, nursing, epidemiology, anthropology, and different similar disciplines.
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8 per 100,000, which is 30–50 times higher than in uninfected children (Kapogiannis et al. 2011). Deaths due to OI have decreased, and multi-organ failure due to end-stage AIDS is the most common cause of death. Many of these children were from earlier birth cohorts who entered care late. The mean age of most US and European pediatric cohorts is now over 18 years, and many are transitioning into adult care. Mental health is frequently affected in children and adolescents infected with HIV, as a result of a chronic illness, social disparities, history of substance abuse, and loss of caregiver due to HIV/AIDS.
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A Clinical Guide to Pediatric HIV: Bridging the Gaps Between Research and Practice by Tiffany Chenneville