By Willo Pequegnat (auth.), Willo Pequegnat, Carl C. Bell (eds.)
Three many years into the HIV pandemic, the targets stay transparent: lessen the variety of infections,improve the future health results of these who're contaminated, and get rid of disparities in care. And one commentary maintains to achieve credence: households are a robust source in fighting, adapting to, and dealing with HIV. spotting their advanced position as educators, mentors, and caregivers, relations and HIV/AIDS assembles a wealth of findings from winning prevention and intervention innovations and offers versions for translating facts into potent real-world perform. Chapters highlight the differing roles of mom and dad in prevention efforts, make clear the necessity for family/community collaborations, and look at center problems with culture,ethnicity, gender, and analysis (e.g., minority households, children with mental disorders). all through, hazard relief and wellbeing and fitness promoting are proven as a workable public health and wellbeing approach A reference with substantial application around the overall healthiness, psychological well-being, and comparable disciplines,Family and HIV/AIDS can be a go-to source for practitioners operating with households, researchers learning at-risk populations, directors trying to create new (or assessment existing)prevention and care courses, and policymakers curious about investment such programs.
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Positive parenting), (2) promoting parent–adolescent communication, (3) fostering proactive connections between the family and other important systems such as peers and school, and (4) gathering external support for parents (Pantin et al. 2004). The group format of the intervention was designed to provide social support for Hispanic immigrant parents by introducing them to other parents in similar situations. The Familias Unidas intervention has been evaluated in two separate randomized controlled trials.
1998). Parental involvement in the adolescent’s life initially mediates the negative effect of single-parent households on adolescent sexual risk-taking (Pearson et al. 2006). Among youth seeking mental health services, parent–teen communication plays an important role in adolescent risky sexual behavior (Nappi et al. 2009; Wilson and Donenberg 2004). Nappi et al. (2009) used qualitative and quantitative data to examine the content and quality of parent–adolescent discussions and adolescentreported condom use and number of sexual partners among 207 parent–teen dyads in psychiatric care.
2005). These findings support the SAAF curriculum’s potential public health impact (see Chap. 11). Project STYLE is a multi-site (Providence, Chicago, Atlanta) randomized controlled trial evaluating the comparative efficacy of three interventions: (1) family-based HIV prevention intervention, (2) adolescent-only HIV prevention intervention, and (3) general health promotion intervention; in increasing safer sexual behavior among 13- to 18-year-old adolescents with psychiatric disorders. All three interventions were delivered during a 1-day workshop in groups of 6–8 and led by two facilitators.
Family and HIV/AIDS: Cultural and Contextual Issues in Prevention and Treatment by Willo Pequegnat (auth.), Willo Pequegnat, Carl C. Bell (eds.)