1 edition of Guidelines for HIV testing. found in the catalog.
Published 2007 by Administrator in National AIDS Control Organisation, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Includes statistical tables.Includes bibliographical references (p. 137).
|Statement||National AIDS Control Organisation, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare|
|Publishers||National AIDS Control Organisation, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Suggested strategies for obtaining informed consent in nontraditional settings include the following:• Denver Public Health Denver, Colorado Martin Fishbein, Ph. Persons with HIV-positive test results should receive or be referred to services to help them notify their sex or injection-drug-equipment--sharing partners or spouses regarding their exposure to HIV and how to access CTR. Informed consent before HIV testing is essential.
A randomized, controlled trial of a behavioral intervention to prevent sexually transmitted disease among minority women. Testing The Guidelines for HIV testing. to offer HIV testing in nontraditional settings should be based on several factors, including availability of resources and feasibility of providing test results and follow-up.
Clients should receive referrals as appropriate for identified needs.community-based or outreach settings ; hours of operation can be expanded or altered; unnecessary delays can be eliminated e.
These guidelines recommend how CTR can be provided to clients who could most benefit from these services across various settings and client populations. Atlanta, Georgia Peter Salovey, Ph. Regardless of population risk, setting prevalence, or individual behavioral or clinical risk, voluntary HIV testing should be routinely recommended to a all pregnant women, b clients with acute occupational exposure, and c clients with acute nonoccupational e.
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In addition, policies, local ordinances, funding source requirements, and planning processes could also affect a provider's decisions regarding which services to provide and how to provide them. In addition, new guidelines for partner counseling and referral services PCRS 27 and prevention case management 28 were developed specifically for publicly funded clinics and could also be useful to providers in other settings.
For clients with several high-risk behaviors, the counselor should help clients focus on reducing the most critical risk they are willing to commit to changing.
A Framework for Implementing HIV CTR CTR are interrelated interventions that ideally should be integrated and offered in all settings.
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