Working with Women and AIDS: Medical, Social, and Counselling Issues

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Subject index
Note: Most references are to HIV-infected women in the United Kingdom, except where otherwise stated.
a
abandonment 37-8
Aberdeen 43
abolition of sex industry 75
abortion 47
abuse see physical abuse;
sexual abuse
ACT UP 18 , 19 , 20
Africa:
blood transfusions 16 ;
death rate 1 , 9 ;
heterosexual transmission 16 ;
immigrants from 27 ;
incidence 14 , 16 ;
pregnancy and childbirth 16 , 44 , 45 , 48 ;
seen as origin of AIDS 28 ;
sex industry 74
age see children;
young women
AIDS see preliminary note to index
AIDS-Related Complex (ARC) 17 , 142 , 143
anger 130-1
ante-natal care see pregnancy and childbirth
anxiety and depression 24 , 25 , 27 ;
and education and counselling 102 , 112-15 , 125 , 131 , 133-4 ;
and pregnancy and childbirth 66 , 67
approach/avoidance in counselling 112-13
ARC see AIDS-Related Complex
artificial insemination 24 , 28
Asia:
drug users 16 ;
immigrants from 28 ;
incidence 14 , 16 ;
sex industry 16 , 74
Australia:
incidence 13-14 ;
sex industry 77 , 80 , 81
avoidance 114
AZT (Zidovudine) 20 , 126 , 130 , 144

b
background issues 3 ;
see also medical facts and figures;
New York city;
social issues
bargaining 130
benzalkonium chloride 54
Birmingham (UK) 79
birth see pregnancy and childbirth
birth control see contraception
bisexuality:
and incidence 17 ;
in United States 33-4
Black women see Africa;
Asia;
ethnic minorities
blood transfusions 1 , 24 ;
and incidence 10-11 , 16 , 17 ;
and prejudice against Africa 28 ;
and social issues 27 ;
in United States 33-4 ;
see also haemophiliacs
body image see physical appearance
Brazil:
sex industry 80
breast feeding and transmission 48-9

c
Caesarian section 45
cancer 17 , 18 , 20
candida (thrush) 18 , 20
care, children taken into 38 , 39-40 ;
fear of 65-6 , 73 , 93
carers, women as v , 4 , 24 , 117-22 , 139 ;
community care 30 , 118 ;
peripheral role 119-20 ;
and social issues 26 , 29-31
Caribbean see Latin America
Centers for Disease Control (US):
on

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures ix
  • Foreword xiii
  • Acknowledgements xv
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Background Issues 7
  • 1 - Women and the Aids Epidemic 9
  • 2 - Social Issues 23
  • 3 - Reflections on Women and Hiv/Aids in New York City and the United States 32
  • Part II - Contraception and Pregnancy 41
  • 4 - Pregnancy, Heterosexual Transmission and Contraception 43
  • 5 - Pregnancy and Hiv 58
  • References 68
  • Part III - Prostitution 69
  • 6 - Hiv and the Sex Industry 71
  • 7 - Developing a Service for Prostitutes in Glasgow 85
  • References 95
  • Part IV - Education and Counselling Issues 97
  • 8 - Education and the Prevention of Hiv Infection 99
  • 9 - Offering Safer Sex Counselling to Women from Drug-Using Communities 110
  • References 116
  • 10 - Women as Carers 117
  • Part V - Feelings and Needs 123
  • 11 - Feelings and Needs of Women Who Are Hiv Positive 125
  • 12 - Being Positive 135
  • 13 - Poems 142
  • Name Index 146
  • Subject Index 148
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