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Behavior Management in Clinical HIV Care: Part II Secondary Prevention of HIV (2003)
Materials from a CD-ROM prepared for the NY/NJ Faculty Development Meeting. This was developed to help train physicians and other providers in developing skills to work with patients in HIV prevention. It includes information on adult learning theory and training and presentation skills, sample PowerPoint slides and background information on behavior change theory, and games and role plays.
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Contraception for Women on First-Line Antiretrovirals (2005)
"A summary of WHO's guidance, fleshed out so that it's more useful for providers."
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HIV & Sex (2004)
Part of an information series for HIV-positive people. This booklet is an introduction to sexual health for people with HIV. It explains why sexual health is important and the steps you can take to protect your own and other people's sexual health. It provides a brief introduction to common sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and their potential health implications. Reinfection (or superinfection) and sexual problems are also covered
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Living with HIV: Sex (2002)
Part of a series. Provides information on safer sex options and how to talk with a sexual partner.
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Principles of HIV Prevention with Positives
These principles were developed in a series of meetings with PLHA from around the US.
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Sex and Prevention Concerns for Positive People (2002)
This publication explores some of the most common sexual transmission risk for positive people.
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Sex and Transmission: A Continued Concern for Positive Women (1999)
"Positive prevention of HIV and other infections is an important issue for HIV positive persons. The article explored how women can avoid passing on HIV to a negative partner, as well as protecting oneself from STIs such as CM1, HPV, and other infections, as well as risk of reinfection for two positive partners. It concludes by recognizing that negotiating safer sex is not easy and sometimes impossible."
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What You Need to Know about Opportunistic Infections (2004)
This brochure covers the basics of how to prevent and treat OIs. It also discusses positive prevention
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