AIDS: A Health Care Management Response
Kevin D. Blanchet
Aspen Publishers, 1988 - Business & Economics - 319 pages
Heres the factual guidance you need now to cope realistically and rationally with the growing AIDS epidemic. Sixteen clearly written chapters on every aspect of this medical crisis, including clinical dimensions, cost of care, ethical implications, legal issues, patient care, infection control, psychosocial aspects, home health care, networking with public health departments, and public relations.
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