ISSN 0954-0121, Online ISSN: 1360-0451
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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The TREND statement: social science, communication and HIV/AIDS
Social representations of HIV/AIDS in five central European and eastern European countries: a multidimensional analysis
Goodwin, Robin; Kwiatkowska, Anna; Realo, Anu; Kozlova, Alexandra; Luu, Lan Anh Nguyen; Nizharadze, George
Sexual assault history and risks for sexually transmitted infections among women in an African township in Cape Town, South Africa
Kalichman, S. C.; Simbayi, L. C.
Collaborative management of HIV infection in the community: an effort to improve the quality of HIV care
Parry, M. F.; Stewart, J.; Wright, P.; McLeod, G. X.
Influences of social power and normative support on condom use decisions: a research synthesis
Albarracín, D.; Kumkale, G. T.; Johnson, B. T.
Social context of HIV risk behaviours among male-to-female transgenders of colour
Nemoto, T.; Operario, D.; Keatley, J.; Villegas, D.
GB virus C infection and quality of life in HIV-positive patients
Tillmann, H. L.; Manns, M. P.; Claes, C.; Heiken, H.; Schmidt, R. E.; Stoll, M.
Predictors of medical service utilization among individuals with co-occurring HIV infection and substance abuse disorders
Masson, C. L.; Sorensen, J. L.; Phibbs, C. S.; Okin, R. L.
Perceived barriers to employment among persons living with HIV/AIDS
Brooks, R. A.; Martin, D. J.; Ortiz, D. J.; Veniegas, R. C.
Comparing total health care costs and treatment patterns of HIV patients in a managed care setting
Purdum, A. G.; Johnson, K. A.; Globe, D. R.
Do United States-based medicaid spend-down programmes make public sense for persons with HIV/AIDS?