Integrated HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment and Care
The overall objective of this course is to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes of healthcare service providers requisite to the provision of comprehensive care to people living with HIV/AIDS and their families. The course units can be downloaded in DOC (MS Word) and ODT (Open Office Document) formats.
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The use of potential social structures and entities for HIV prevention education: The role of Queen mothers in Ghana Koomson, Ebenezer (2010-11)Having used varied modes of education to tackle the HIV problem, it was decided to appeal to the queen-mothers at their regional council and have a look on their capacity in pulling people along to pursue things of social ...
Koomson, Ebenezer (2013-11)Objectives: The 2011 Annual HIV Sentinel survey showed a higher prevalence rate (4.7%) for the Central Region of Ghana. The Regional Health Directorate having used many technological tools to support its social advocacy ...
African Medical Research Foundation (AMREF) (African Medical Research Foundation (AMREF), 2007)This course is intended to it was intended to: * Provide health workers at different levels of health care service with knowledge, skills, practice and attitudes on malaria prevention and control through self-guided/tutored ...
Koomson, Ebenezer (2013-11)Background: Misguided beliefs in causes and effects of chronic diseases in cultural settings and other health seeking behaviours made the incorporation of HIV and AIDS control program into the health care delivery system ...
Capacity building in HIV/AIDS care in Anti Retroviral Therapy Centre through Open and Distance Learning Jamatia, Biplab; Jena, T K (2013-11)India has the third largest number of people living with HIV/AIDS. As per HIV Sentinel Surveillance 2008-09, there are an estimated 23.9 lakh people living with HIV/AIDS in India in 2009. Currently nearly 9.6 lakh patients ...