Providing comprehensive case management services to urban women with HIV/AIDS and their families

Authors: Parrish, M., Burry, C. and Pabst, M.

Journal: Affillia: Journal of Women and Social Work

Volume: 18

Issue: 3

Pages: 302-315

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Authors: Parrish, M., Burry, C. and Pabst, M.S.

Journal: Affilia - Journal of Women and Social Work

Volume: 18

Issue: 3

Pages: 302-315

ISSN: 0886-1099

DOI: 10.1177/0886109903254595

Women continue to be disproportionately affected with HIV. Women with HIV/AIDS are also more likely than their male counterparts to be single heads of house-holds and primary providers for their children. Social workers are ideally suited to recognize the psychosocial complexities that HIV/AIDS entails for women and how such circumstances can interfere with medical management and meeting children's needs. This article discusses the literature relevant to women with HIV/AIDS and case management and describes a community-based case management program that was designed to serve urban women with newly diagnosed or newly disclosed cases of HIV/AIDS and their families.

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Authors: Parrish, M., Burry, C. and Pabst, M.S.

Journal: AFFILIA-JOURNAL OF WOMEN AND SOCIAL WORK

Volume: 18

Issue: 3

Pages: 302-315

ISSN: 0886-1099

DOI: 10.1177/0886109903254595

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