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Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome - Preventing The Transmission Of HIV

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Curriculum Design And Instruction To Teach

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome:

Preventing The Transmission Of HIV:


Author: Charles Hayes:


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* Introduction:

A. Preventing The Transmission Of HIV:

I. Prevention Of Infectious Diseases:

II. Preventing The Transmission Of HIV:

a. HIV/AIDS: The News Is Mostly Bad:

b. Grim Reality:

c. Quarantine:

III. Barriers To HIV Infection:

a. Point Of Information:

b. Clarifying The Issues Over Condom Use:

1. History Of Condoms:

2. Safer Sex, The Choice Of Condom:

a. The Male Condom:

b. Choice:

c. Nonoxynol-9:

d. Condom Advertising On American Television:

E. Buying Condoms: A Life Or Death Issue:

3. Condom Availability In Developing Nations:

4. Condom Quality:

a. The New Plastic Condoms:

b. The Female Condom (Vag Pouch):

5. Condom Lubricants:

6. World Health Organization Searches For

Alternative Barrier Protection-Microbicides:

a. Point Of Information:

b. Questions and Answers About The

Female Condom:

7. Update On Microbicide Research:

IV. Prevention Of Injection Drug Use/HIV

Transmission: The Twin Epidemics:

a. The Controversy: Providing Sterile Syringes And

Needles To Injection Drug Users (IDUs):

b. Free Syringe-Needle Exchange programs In The

United States:

1. Exhange Programs In The United States:

a. Tacoma, Washington:

b. New Youk City:

c. New Haven, Connecticut:

d. Hawaii:

e. Needle Exchange programs In Other Countries:

f. Canada:

G. England:

h. Metherlands"

i. Australia:

j. Italy:

V. Prevention Of Blood And Blood Product

HIV Transmission:

1. Blood Donors:

2. Blood Collection And Blood Screening For HIV:

a. Example Of Blood Supply HIV Prevention:

b. Blood Screening For HIV:

c. Blood Transfusions Worldwide:

d. Blood Safety:

e. Blood Transfusioons: A Gift Of Life Or The

Carrier Of Death:

f. Blood Supply Shortages:

g. Autologous Transfusions:

VI. Infection Control Procedures:

1. Universal Precautions:

a. Does The Patient Have HIV? I Can't Tell:

b. What To Ask Your Doctor:

2. Blood And Body Substance Isolation (BBSI):

VII. Partner Notification:

1. History Of Partner Notification:

2. The Use Of Partner Notification: An Example:

3. Opposition to Partner Notification

For HIV Disease:

a. Point Of View: Pro and Con of Partner

Notification:

4. Insupport of Partner Notification:

VIII. HIV Vaccine Development:

1. What The World Needs NOW Is a Vaccine for HIV

Disease-Why Isn't There One?

a. Point Of View: The Goal Of Developing

an HIV Vaccine:

2. What Is a Vaccine?

3. Types Of HIV Vaccines:

IX. Vaccine Production:

1. Attenuated Viruses:

2. Inactivated Viruses:

X. Role Of Genetic Diversity In Vaccine

Development:

1. Subunit Vaccines:

XI. Problems In The Search For HIV Vaccine:

a. Point Of Information:

b. Pathological Uniqueness Of HIV:

1. Use Of Whole Inactivated HIV: A Vaccine-

Induced Enhancement Of HIV Invection:

2. Teating HIV Vaccines:

3. Morality Of Testing HIV Vaccines:

a. Rethinking "Sterilizing Immunity"

4. HIV Vaccine Costs:

XII. Human HIV Vaccine Trials:

1. Liability Is a Major Hurdle in vaccine

Development:

2. Vaccine Testing Confidentiality:

3. Is an Effective Vaccine Enough to Stop HIV

Disease/AIDS?

4. Have AIDS Prevention Programs Produced

Long-Term Behavior Change?

XIII. Summary:


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