HIV and AIDS policies globally : a New Zealand perspective

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Bruning, Jane
Connor, Helene
Napan, Ksenija
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2014-03-15
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HIV/AIDS
women with HIV/AIDS
New Zealand
Aotearoa
public health policy
health policy
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Bruning, J., Connor, H. and Napan, K. (2014). HIV and AIDS policies globally : a New Zealand perspective IN HIV/AIDS Policies and Their Impact on Women (Routledge Studies in Health and Social Welfare) by Josephine Allen and Andrea Parrot (Mar 15, 2014).
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This chapter outlines the historical, social, political and economic context of Aotearoa/New Zealand focusing on the impact HIV and AIDS has had upon women. It also highlights several policy and educational strategies that have contributed to the prevention of the spread of the HIV and AIDS epidemic in this country.
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Routledge
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