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HIV and AIDS: Current Developments, Research, Assessment, Treatments, Aging, & Ethics

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This resource page is part of three Online Courses
HIV & AIDS - 35 Years and Counting: Current Research, Treatments & Resources
HIV and AIDS Assessment and Treatment
HIV/AIDS: Ethical, Legal, and Clinical Complexities in Psychotherapy with Clients with HIV/AIDS

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Basic Information & FAQs

Kaiser Family Foundation: Global HIV/AIDS Interactive Timeline:

The Center for Disease Control HIV/AIDS

FAQs: Definitions: HIV/AIDS Connection

Glossary of HIV/AIDS-Related Terms 7th Edition

 

Statistics & Research

Mortality Data

Surveillance Reports

 

Treatment

Current Treatment Guidelines

A Guide To Primary Care For People With HIV/AIDS, 2004 edition

AIDS Info Drug Database

Basic Prevention Information

For HIV Positive People

African-Americans: Support

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Legal

AIDS Legal Referral Panel

 

Global

International AIDS Conference News

United States Global AIDS Program & Trends

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Links: Resources, Organizations, Support, Audio, Video and Interactive Resources

UCSF Center for HIV Information

Kaiser Family Foundation

Ryan White Care Act

Center for Disease Control Brochures & Fact Sheets

Highly Active Anti Retroviral Treatment

National Institute of Health AIDS Information

National AIDS Housing Coalition

Project Inform

PBS Frontline Documentary: The Age of AIDS

AIDS.ORG News, Various topics, Webcasts and Video

The Foundation for AIDS Research

Health Information for Women with HIV/AIDS

The Body: the Complete HIV/AIDS Resource

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HIV & Aging

Journal Papers, Abstracts, and Commentaries


Conference Reports, Abstracts, and Posters

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HIV and Older Adults


Additional Useful Resources

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Dental Care & HIV/AIDS

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Ethical Issues in the Clinical Practice of Treating HIV Positive People

Overview: HIV and the Law

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Best Practices for General Clinical Situations

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HIV Ethics: Confidentiality

  • Magnusson, R.S., Privacy, confidentiality and HIV/AIDS health care. Aust J Public Health, 1994 Mar;18(1):51-8.
  • Reamer, F. (1987). Informed Consent in Social Work. Social Work, 32. Wood, G., Marks, R., and Dilley, J. (1992) AIDS Law for Mental Health Professionals. Berkeley, Celestial Arts.
  • Leslie E. Wolf, JD, MPH, University of California San Francisco and Bernard Lo, MD, University of California San Francisco, Ethical Dimensions of HIV/AIDS, HIV InSite Knowledge Base Chapter August 2001

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Obligation to Protect

  • Gostin L, Curran WJ. Legal control measures for AIDS: reporting requirements, surveillance, quarantine, and regulation of public meeting places. Am J Public Health. 1987 Feb;77(2):214-8.
  • Gostin L, Curran WJ. AIDS screening, confidentiality, and the duty to warn. Am J Public Health. 1987 Mar;77(3):361-5.
  • Lamb, Douglas H.; Clark, Claudia; Drumheller, Philip; Frizzell, Kathleen; Surrey, Lynn, Applying Tarasoff to AIDS-related psychotherapy issues. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Vol 20(1), Feb 1989, 37-43.
  • Tarasoff v. Regents of the University of California, 551 P.2d 334 (Cal. 1976).
  • Walker, G., (1991). In the Midst of Winter: Systemic Therapy with Families, Couples and Individuals with HIV Infection. New York: W.W. Norton and Company
  • Wood, G., Marks, R., and Dilley, J. (1992) AIDS Law for Mental Health Professionals. Berkeley, Celestial Arts.

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Obligation to Treat

  • Adler, G., Beckett, A., Psychotherapy with the patient with an HIV infection: Some ethical and therapeutic dilemmas. Psychosomatics. (30) Spring 1989.
  • Hayes, J. A., & Gelso, C. J. (1993). Male counselors' discomfort with gay and HIV-infected clients. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 40 (1), 86-93.
  • Nelson, J. B. (1981). Religious and moral issues in working with homosexual clients. Journal of Homosexuality, 7 (2-3), 163-175.
  • Ryan, C., Rowe, M. (1988) AIDS: Legal and Ethical Issues. Social Casework, June.
  • Wood, G., Marks, R., and Dilley, J. (1992) AIDS Law for Mental Health Professionals. Berkeley, Celestial Arts.

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Confirmation of Capacity

  • Beckett, A., & Kassel, P. (1994). Neuropsychiatric dysfunction: Impact on psychotherapy with HIV-infected gay men. In S. A. Cadwell & R. A. Burnham Jr & et al. (Eds.), Therapists on the front line: Psychotherapy with gay men in the age of AIDS (pp. 147-162). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
  • Cadwell, S. A., Burnham Jr, R. A., & Forstein, M. (Eds.). (1994). Therapists on the front line: Psychotherapy with gay men in the age of AIDS. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
  • Folkman, S., & Chesney, M. (1995). Coping with HIV infection. In M. Stein & A. Baum (Eds.), Chronic diseases (pp. 115-133). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
  • Lane, Steven R., and Levine, Richard N., Caring for Homeless People With HIV Disease in Focus: A Guide to AIDS Research and Counseling (04/90) Vol. 5, No. 5, P. 1.
  • Ostrow, D. G. (1996). Mental health issues across the HIV-1 spectrum for gay and bisexual men. In R. P. Cabaj & T. S. Stein (Eds.), Textbook of homosexuality and mental health (pp. 859-879). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press, Inc.
  • Wood, G., Marks, R., and Dilley, J. (1992) AIDS Law for Mental Health Professionals. Berkeley, Celestial Arts

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Suicide and the HIV Positive Client

  • Battin, Margaret P., Rhodes, Rosamond, and Silvers, Anita, eds. Physician assisted suicide: expanding the debate, NY: Routledge, 1998.
  • Coombs Lee, B. & Werth, J. L., Jr. (in press). Observations on the first year of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.
  • Forstein M. 1994. Suicidality and HIV. In: Cadwell S, Burnham R, Forstein M, editors. Therapists on the frontline: psychotherapy with gay men in the age of AIDS. Washington (DC): American Psychiatric Press. p 111-45.
  • Lesley, R. (2008). Suicide/Self Harm - The Practitioner's Role. Legal Resources, CPH. Retrieved from http://cphins.com/LegalResources/BulletinArchive/tabid/66/cid/123/sid/93/Default.aspx April 1, 2009.
  • Smith, T., End-of-Life Issues and Care: Arguments in Support of and Opposition to Assisted Suicide in End of Life Issues: Managing Dying, Death & Beyond. 2008. Zur Institute.
  • Werth, Jr., Ph.D., James L.; Richmond, Jessica; Counseling those near the end of life, The National Psychologist, p. 23, May/June 2007.
  • Wood, G., Marks, R., and Dilley, J. (1992) AIDS Law for Mental Health Professionals. Berkeley, Celestial Arts.

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Curative, Palliative and Hospice Care

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Arguments Regarding Assisted Suicide

  • Angell, M. (1996). Euthanasia in the Netherlands-Good news or bad? New England Journal of Medicine, 335, 1676-1678.
  • Battin, Margaret P., Rhodes, Rosamond, and Silvers, Anita, eds. Physician assisted suicide: expanding the debate, NY: Routledge, 1998.
  • Coombs Lee, B. & Werth, J. L., Jr. (in press). Observations on the first year of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.
  • Dworkin, R. M. Life's Dominion: An Argument About Abortion, Euthanasia, and Individual Freedom. New York: Knopf, 1993.
  • Dworkin, R. M., New York review of books, Volume 44, Number 14, September 25, 1997, Assisted Suicide: What the Court Really Said.
  • Fenn, D. S., & Ganzini, L. (1999). Attitudes of Oregon psychologists toward physician-assisted suicide and the Oregon Death With Dignity Act. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 30, 235-244.
  • Foley, K., & Hendin, H. (1999) The Oregon report: Don't ask, don't tell. Hastings Center Report, 29, 37-42.
  • Ganzini, L., Fenn, D. S., Lee, M. A., Heintz, R. T., & Bloom, J. D. (1996). Attitudes of Oregon psychiatrists toward physician-assisted suicide. American Journal of Psychiatry, 153, 1469-1475.
  • Ganzini, L., Nelson, H. D., Schmidt, T. A., Kraemer, D. F., Delorit, M. A., & Lee, M. A. (2000). Physicians' experiences with the Oregon Death with Dignity Act. New England Journal of Medicine, 342, 557-563.
  • Gomez, G. (1991). Regulating death: Euthanasia and the case of the Netherlands. New York: The Free Press.
  • Griffiths, J., Bood, A., & Weyers, H. (1998). Euthanasia & law in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Groenewoud, J. H., van der Heide, A., Onwuteaka-Philipsen, B. D., Willems, D. L., van der Maas, P. J., & van der Wal, G. (2000). Clinical problems with the performance of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide in the Netherlands. New England Journal of Medicine, 342, 551-556.
  • Haley, W., Larson, D., Kasl-Godley, J., Neimeyer, R., & Kwilosz, D. (2003). Roles for Psychologists in End-of-Life Care: Emerging Models of Practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol. 34, No. 6, pp. 626-633.
  • Hendin, H., Rutenfrans, C., & Zylicz, Z. (1997). Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia in the Netherlands: Lessons from the Dutch. JAMA, 277, 1720-1722.
  • Hendin, Herbert, Seduced by Death:Doctors, Patients, and the Dutch Cure (Norton, 1997).
  • Kleespies, P. (2004). Life and death decisions: Psychological and ethical considerations in end-of-life care. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • P.J. van der Maas, J.J.M. van Delden, and L. Pijnenborg, "Euthanasia and other Medical Decisions Concerning the End of Life," translated and printed as special supplement 1 and 2 to Volume 22 of Health Policy.
  • Seligman, Katherine; "Hastening the End" in the San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, June 8, 2008.
  • Stone, T. Howard, and Winslade, William J. "Physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia in the United States" in Journal of Legal Medicine (16:481-507), December 1995.
  • Task Force to Improve the Care of Terminally-Ill Oregonians (1998). The Oregon Death with Dignity Act: A guide book for health care providers. Portland, OR: Center for Ethics in Health Care, Oregon Health Sciences University. Department of Human Services, Public Health, Division 9, Reporting Requirements of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act.
  • The Oregon Death with Dignity Act: Oregon Revised Statutes
  • FAQ about the Death With Dignity Act
  • APA (2009).

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