HIV/AIDS and older adults challenges for individuals, families, and communities / Charles A. Emlet, editor.
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Table of Contents:
- Assessing the progress and promise of research on midlife and older adults and HIV/AIDS / by Diane Zablotsky and Michael Kennedy
- Prevention of HIV disease in older adults / by Janice E. Nichols
- Depressive symptoms in older adults living with HIV disease: applications of the chronic illness quality of life model / by Timothy G. Heckman, Arlene Kochman, and Kathleen J. Sikkema
- HIV-associated dementia and aging / by Victor G. Valcour and Ned Sacktor
- Mental health dimensions of HIV/AIDS in women over 50 / by Kathleen M. Tangenberg
- Service priorities, use, and needs: views of older and younger consumers living with HIV/AIDS / by Charles A. Emlet and James P. Berghuis
- Nursing home experiences of older African Americans with HIV/AIDS: issues for future research / by Emily J. Fox-Hill, Deborah V. Gibson, and Veroncia F. Engle
- "It don't matter what people say as long as I love you": experiencing stigma when raising an HIV-infected grandchild / by Cynthia Cannon Poindexter
- Older adults, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS: preparing for the future crisis / James M. Topolski ... [et al.]
- Sustaining a coalition: case study: the New York Association on HIV over Fifty / by Kathleen M. Nokes.