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HIV: Therapeutic Strategies for Guilt, Uncertainty, and Taking Control
6 CEUs Cultural Diversity & Ethical Boundaries: Freedom from Stereotypes

Section 18
State HIV Prevention Progress Report 2014

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- Dietz, Patricia M. ,DrPH, Amy L. Krueger, MPH, Richard J. Wolitski, PhD, Anna Satcher Johnson, MPH, Erica Dunbar, MPH, Lillian S. Lin, PhD, Samuel Dooley, MD, Donna Hubbard McCree, PhD, Shubha Rao, MPH, H. Irene Hall, PhD Dale Stratford, PhD, State HIV Prevention Progress Report 2014, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2014, p1-108.


 
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Shifting social norms around what “safer” sex is: perspectives of HIV-negative men in Canada - February 20, 2019
HIV-negative men who have sex with men (MSM) living in Vancouver, Canada are redefining ways to negotiate sexual safety and risk, according to qualitative research recently published by Dr Benjamin Klassen and colleagues in BMC Public Health. Condoms are no longer seen as the only means of preventing HIV infection. Biomedical prevention strategies –  including
Gay men in New York rate an undetectable viral load as less effective than PrEP - February 19, 2019
Gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in New York City rate daily pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) as the most effective HIV prevention strategy when condoms aren’t used, and considerably more effective than treatment as prevention or event-based PrEP, according to survey results published in AIDS and Behavior. Men rated these biomedical approaches
Nicotine metabolised at a faster rate among HIV-positive smokers – implications for quitting smoking - February 18, 2019
HIV-positive smokers metabolise nicotine at a significantly higher rate than HIV-negative individuals, investigators from the United States report in the online edition of AIDS. The finding could explain why people with HIV have more difficulty quitting smoking than their HIV-negative peers. A second study involving the same HIV-positive smokers and published in the Journal of Acquired Immune
Smoking cannabis is an independent risk factor for lung disease in people with HIV - February 15, 2019
Frequent cannabis smoking is a risk factor for lung disease in HIV-positive men, according to US research published in EClinicalMedicine. Smoking cannabis increased the risk of pulmonary diseases – especially those with an infectious cause – independent of smoking and CD4 cell count. The research involved approximately 2500 men who have sex with men (MSM),
HIV prevention cascades could highlight gaps in prevention programmes - February 14, 2019
A simple HIV prevention cascade could be a powerful tool for advocates, policy makers and funders, researchers argue in The Lancet HIV. It could help us understand where the gaps in prevention are, to monitor implementation and to set meaningful targets. Robin Schaefer of Imperial College London, Professor James Hargreaves of the London School

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