Education and Caring: Alberta's Program for the Prevention, Management, and Control of AIDS
Alberta Community and Occupational Health, 1987 - AIDS (Disease) - 30 pages
Currently, AIDS is a terminal disease for which there is no cure and is killing one Albertan every 52 days. This study outlines methods to control the spread of the infection and how best to care for those who are already infected. Gives a background of HIV virus, prevention and treatment, related plans for prevention and control. Discusses a strategic plan for Alberta, prevention and control programs, education of workers, epidemiological surveillance and assessment, laboratory diagnosis and screening, care and treatment programs and research activities.
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