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Only Module 1 is available in the Sample.

 


MODULE 1 - HIV/AIDS: The Epidemic

 

Chapter 1: An Overview of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

   

1. What Are HIV and AIDS?

   

2. HIV/AIDS and Science: A Select Timeline

   

3. The Global Impact of HIV/AIDS

    4. HIV/AIDS in the United States
    5. The Changing Face of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
    6. Additional Resources for Chapter 1
 

Chapter 2: The Path from HIV to AIDS

   

1. The Biology of HIV

    2. How HIV Makes People Sick
    3. How HIV is Diagnosed
    4. The Stages and Symptoms of HIV Disease
    5. How We Know That HIV Causes AIDS
   

6. Additional Resources for Chapter 2

 

Chapter 3: Correlates of Risk for HIV Infection

   

1. Overview of Risk Factors for HIV Infection

   

2. Biological Risk Factors for HIV Infection

   

3. Behavioral Risk Factors for HIV Infection

   

4. Psychological Risk Factors for HIV Infection

   

5. Demographic Correlates of Risk for HIV/AIDS

   

6. Social and Cultural Correlates of Risk for HIV Infection

   

7. Additional Resources for Chapter 3

 

Chapter 4: Transmission of HIV Infection

   

1. Overview of Transmission of HIV Infection

   

2. Sexual Transmission of HIV

   

3. Drug Associated HIV Transmission

   

4. Vertical Transmission of HIV from Parent to Child

   

5. HIV Transmission via Transfusion, Transplantation, & Artificial Insemination

   

6. HIV Transmission in Health Care Settings

   

7. Additional Resources for Chapter 4

     

MODULE 2 - Preventing HIV/AIDS

 

Chapter 1: HIV/AIDS Prevention Basics

    1. Defining HIV/AIDS Prevention
    2. Advances in Primary Prevention of HIV/AIDS
    3. Best Practices in HIV/AIDS Prevention
    4. Cost Effectiveness of HIV/AIDS Prevention
    5. Risk and Preventive Behavior Research
    6. Evaluating HIV/AIDS Prevention Efforts
    7. Turning Evaluation Research into Prevention
    8. Cultural Competence in Prevention
    9. Additional Resources for Chapter 1
 

Chapter 2: Behavior Change Theories and Models

    1. Theories of Individual Behavior Change
    2. The Health Belief Model
    3. Theory of Reasoned Action
    4. Social Cognitive Theory
    5. Transtheoretical Model
    6. AIDS Risk Reduction Model
    7. The IMB Skills Model
    8. Social Models of Behavior Change
    9. Harm Reduction Theory
    10. Theories in Action
    11. Additional Resources for Chapter 2
 

Chapter 3: Preventing the Transmission of HIV/AIDS

    1. Overview of Transmission of HIV Infection
    2. Prevention of Sexual Transmission of HIV
    3. Negotiating Safer Sex
    4. Barrier Methods
    5. Prevention of Drug Injection-Related Transmission of HIV
    6. Preventing Parent to Child Transmission
    7. Prevention in Health Care Settings
    8. HIV Prevention for HIV Positive People
    9. Additional Resources for Chapter 3
 

Chapter 4: Individual and Medical Level Prevention Strategies

    1. HIV Counseling, Testing, and Referral
    2. Couples Counseling & Partner Notification
    3. HIV/AIDS Hotlines and Online Forums
    4. STI Prevention, Diagnosis & Treatment
    5. Microbicides
    6. HIV Vaccines
    7. Additional Resources for Chapter 4
 

Chapter 5: Small Group and Community Level Prevention Strategies

    1. The Basics of Small Group Interventions
    2. Pros and Cons of Small Group Interventions
    3. Social Influence Interventions
    4. School Based Interventions
    5. Outreach Interventions
    6. Social Marketing & Media Interventions
    7. Additional Resources for Chapter 5
 

Chapter 6: Levels of Prevention Strategies

    1. Social Action and Advocacy
    2. Policy, Law, and HIV/AIDS
    3. Human Rights, Prevention & HIV/AIDS
    4. Addressing Gender Norms & Inequalities
    5. Combating Stigma and Discrimination
    6. Additional Resources for Chapter 6
     

MODULE 3 - Living with HIV/AIDS

 

Chapter 1: The Medical Side of Living with HIV/AIDS

 

 

1. Advances in the Medical Treatment of AIDS

    2. Slowing Down HIV
    3. Successful Antiretroviral Therapy
    4. Treating HIV Disease-Related Complications
    5. Additional Resources for Chapter 1
  Chapter 2: Psychological and Social Challenges of Living with HIV/AIDS
    1. Advances in the Medical Treatment of HIV/AIDS
    2. Living with the Uncertainty of HIV/AIDS
    3. HIV/AIDS-Related Grief
    4. HIV/AIDS-Related Stigma & Discrimination
    5. Additional Resources for Chapter 2
  Chapter 3: Prevention for People with HIV/AIDS
    1. Why HIV+ People Need Prevention Interventions
    2. Positive Prevention Strategies
    3. HIV+ Sex
    4. Using Antiretroviral Therapy for Positive Prevention
    5. Additional Resources for Chapter 3
     
MODULE 4 - Gender, Culture, & HIV/AIDS
  Chapter 1: Introduction
    1. The Impact of HIV/AIDS
    2. Women and HIV/AIDS
    3. Understanding Gender
    4. Connection between Gender & HIV/AIDS
    5. Connection between Culture & HIV/AIDS
    6. Studying HIV Infection in Women
    7. Additional Resources for Chapter 1
  Chapter 2: Sex, Gender & Biology
    1. Sexual Transmission of HIV
    2. Biological Risk Factors
    3. Biological Vulnerability for Women
    4. Biological Vulnerability for Men who have Sex with Men
    5. Strategies for Reducing Biological Risk for Women
    6. Additional Resources for Chapter 2
  Chapter 3: Gender and Cultural Expectations & Traditions
    1. Status and Expectations
    2. Gender Norms for Women
    3. Gender Norms for Men
    4. Gender, Traditional Practices, and Risk
    5. Additional Resources for Chapter 3
  Chapter 4: Gender, Culture & Inequality
    1. Gender Inequality
    2. Human Rights Abuses & HIV/AIDS
    3. Men's Roles in Gender Equality
    4. Gender Based Violence & HIV/AIDS
    5. Gender, Stigma, & Discrimination
    6. Legal and Social Inequality
    7. Unequal Access to Treatment & Care
    8. Poverty, Inequality, and AIDS
    9. Economic Inequality & Social Disempowerment
    10. Educational Inequality
    11. Empowering Women
    12. Additional Resources for Chapter 4

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