The AIDS pandemic : complacency, injustice, and unfulfilled expectations / Lawrence O. Gostin ; foreword by Michael Kirby.
"In this collection of essays, Lawrence O. Gostin, an internationally recognized scholar of AIDS law and policy, confronts the most pressing and controversial issues surrounding AIDS in America and around the world. He shows how HIV/AIDS affects the entire population - infected and uninfected -...
Chapel Hill :
University of North Carolina Press,
|Series:||Studies in social medicine.
- AIDS policy, politics, and law in context
- The AIDS litigation project: the social impact of AIDS
- The AIDS litigation project: privacy, discrimination, and vulnerable persons
- Human rights and public health in the HIV/AIDS pandemic
- Health informational privacy in the HIV/AIDS epidemic
- Stigma, social risk, and discrimination
- Testing and screening in the HIV/AIDS epidemic: a public health and human rights
- National HIV/AIDS reporting
- Piercing the veil of secrecy: partner notification, the right to know, and the
- Duty to warn
- The politics of AIDS: compulsory state powers, public health, and civil liberties
- Testing, counseling, and treatment after sexual assault
- Rights and duties of health care workers living with HIV/AIDS
- Perinatal transmission of HIV: controversies in screening and policy
- The interconnected epidemics of AIDS and drug dependency
- Screening and exclusion of travelers and immigrants
- The global reach of HIV/AIDS: science, politics, economics, and research
- AIDS policy, politics, and law: reflections on the pandemic.