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Living 'Life' with HIV/AIDS: Striving Towards Basic Rights

N. Ravichandran (Author)
Synopsis The book concentrates on meaningful and measurable elements of stigma and discrimination develop, based on the experiences of people living with HIV/AIDS and perceived by its service provider, actual and potential. It explores the driving forces behind the virus, the impact at different levels, and policies and programmes to make a difference. The book provides a comprehensive overview of prevention, care and support, impact mitigation, providing up-dated experiences and raising challenging issues for policy makers, planners, programme managers and professionals in health development arena.
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About the author

N. Ravichandran

Ravichandran has a professional background of research and teaching in Social Sciences with stress on population health and development. He has completed his Masters in Population Sciences from International Institute of Population Sciences, Mumbai and Ph.D. from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. He is the author of several research publications on populations, reproductive health and environment with a focus on dynamics of development. Professional recognition includes national awards for outstanding research (1995) at Science and Engineering Research Council, fellowship from prestigious professional bodies in the national and international sphere including The Population Council (1996-2000) and a project awardee of South Asia Network of Economic Research Institutes (SANEI) in 2004.

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Bibliographic information

Title Living 'Life' with HIV/AIDS: Striving Towards Basic Rights
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Pentagon Press
Language: English
isbn 9788186830970
length xiii+146p., Figures; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.