Part I: Introduction. Steiner, Boyd?Franklin, Boland, Rationale and Overview of the Book. Part II: The Epidemiological and Medical Context. Boland, Oleske, The Health Care Needs of Infants and Children with HIV/AIDS: An Epidemiological Perspective. Hanna, Mintz, Neurological and Neurodevelopmental Functioning in Pediatric HIV Infection. Part III: The Psychosocial Context: Psychosocial Issues for Different Groups. Boyd?Franklin, Aleman, Jean?Gilles, S. Lewis, Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: African?American, Latino, and Haitian Families with HIV/AIDS. Bartlett, Keller, Eckholdt, Schleiffer, HIV?Relevant Issues in Adolescents. Aleman, Kloser, Kreibick, Steiner, Boyd?Franklin, Women and HIV/AIDS. Part IV: Therapeutic Approaches with HIV?Infected Children and Their Families. Boyd?Franklin, Aleman, Steiner, Drelich, Norford, Family Systems Interventions and Family Therapy with HIV/AIDS. Pollock, Thompson, The HIV?Infected Child in Therapy. Torrance, O. Lewis, La Brie, Czarniecki, Nonpharmacological Pain Management for Children with HIV/AIDS: Working with Hypnotherapeutic Techniques. Gomez, Haiken, S. Lewis, HIV/AIDS Children's Support Group. Kreibick, Caretakers' Support Group.Boyd?Franklin, Drelich, Schwolsky?Fitch, Death and Dying/Bereavement and Mourning. Service Deliverers and Systems Issues. Boyd?Franklin, Boland, A Multisystems Approach to Service Delivery for HIV/AIDS Families. Boyd?Franklin, Boland, Caring for the Professional Caregiver. Pozen, HIV/AIDS in the Schools. Brady, Boyd?Franklin, Staloff, Professional, Ethical and Moral Issues. Harvey, Legal Issues. Research and Public Policy. Sherwen, Tross, Psychosocial Research Concerning Children, Families, and HIV/AIDS: A Challenge for Investigators. Harvey, HIV/AIDS and Public Policy: Recent Developments.
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