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National STI syndromic case management guidelines for Zambia: prevention and control of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

2006
Author: 
Government of the Republic of Zambia. Ministry of Health
Classification no: 
Clinical Aspects
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CL BS/425
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Lusake: Government of the Republic of Zambia
Physical description: 
[v], 38p.: ill.
Keywords: 
STI Syndromes. Diagnosis. Treatment. Education. Counselling. Partner Management. confidentiality. Treatment Regims. Case Management. treatment Algorithms. Flowcharts. UNICEF. WHO.World Health Organization. HSSP. Health Services and Systems Program. Afya Mzuri
Notes: 
2 copies

Understanding HIV/AIDS stigma: a theoretical and methodical analysis

2005
Author: 
Deacon, Harriet. Stephney, Inez. Prosalendis, Sandra
Series title: 
HSRC Research Monograph
Classification no: 
Human Rights
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
HU BS/460
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Cape Town: HSRC
Physical description: 
xii, 104p.
Keywords: 
Prejudice. Stigmatisation. Racism. Sexism. Disability. Discrimination. Disease Stigma. Self-stigmitisation. Differential Treatment. Instrumental Stigma. Symbolic Stigma. Researching Stigma. Research Agenda. Interventions. Treatment. Care. Disclosure. Confidentiality. Rights-based Approach. PLWHA. Educational Interventions. Human Sciences Research Council. Social Cohesion and Identinty Research Programme. Social Aspects of HIV/AIDS and Health Research Programme. UK Department of international Development.
Notes: 
3 copies

Report of the strategic information assessment in Swaziland: in support of evidence-based decisions making

2006
Author: 
Kemerer, V.
Classification no: 
Planning and Management
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
PL BS/609
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
110p.
Keywords: 
Measure Evaluation. United States Agency for International Development Regional HIV/AIDS Programme. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention. The National Emergenct Response Council on HIV/AIDS. NERCHA. Ministry of Health. The Swaziland National AIDS Program. SNAP. USAID. Key Documents. Health Facility Data. Health Care System. Prevention of Mother-to-child Transmission. PMTCT. Voluntary Counseling and Testing. VCT. Clinical Care. Antiretroviral Treatment. ART. Post-Exposue Prophylaxis. PEP. Tuberculosis. Orphans and Vulnerable Children. OVC. Sexually Transmitted Infections. STI. Laboratory Services. Community Home-based Care. HBC. Nutrition. Rehabilitation. Blood Safety. Malaria. Data Collection. Quality. Analysis. Reporting. Indicators. Flow. Confidentiality. Guidelines. Procedures. Manuals. Equipment. Utilities. National Capacity. Policy. Response. Health Sector. Impact Mitigation.Monitoring. evaluation. ME. Research Directory.
Notes: 
This report is intended for use by the ME community, governmental and non-governmental organizations engaged in the provision of AIDS care and treatment services, and developmental partners operating in Swaziland

Ethics in health care

2005
Author: 
Pera, S A (ed). Tonder, S van (ed)
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/706
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Cape Town: Juta
Physical description: 
vi, 242p.
Keywords: 
Nursing Foundation. Ethical Theory. Principles. Rules. Moral Decision-making. Rights. Relationships. Human Rights. Legal Liability. Patients. Family Members. Trade Unions. Employers. Adolescence. Adulthood. Transcultural Issues. Cultural Differences. Religious Forces.Caring. Nursing Practice. Law. Confidentiality. Testing. Stigmatization. Stigma. PLHIV.
Notes: 
2nd ed

Joint ILO / WHO guidelines on health services and HIV/AIDS

2005
Author: 
International Labour Organization
Classification no: 
Employment / Workplace
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
EM BS/735
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Geneva: International Labour Office
Physical description: 
xiv, 79p.
Keywords: 
Legal Framework. Policy. Government. National Health Systems. Employers. Workers Organizations. Employees. Health Sector. Stigma. Discrimination. Gender. Women. Men. Social Dialogue. Occupational Safety. Infectious Pathogens. Prevention. Protection. Safe Work Practices. Exposure Incident Management.Vonulntary Counselling. Testing. VCT. Disclosure. Confidentiality. Treatment. World Health Organization. ART.

An ILO code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work

2001
Author: 
International Labour Organization
Files: 
Classification no: 
Employment / Workforce
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
EM BS/765
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: International Labour Office
Physical description: 
vi, 32p.
Keywords: 
Business Response. Discrimination. Human Rights. Gender Equality. Social Dialogue. Screening. Confidentiality. Disclosure. Care. Support. Prevention. Government Response. Employers. Workers. Employees. Information. Education. Communication. IEC. Educational Programmes. Health Promotion. Behaviour Change. Training. Capacity Building. Factory Inspectors. Testing. Recruitment. Insurance. Epidemiological Surveillance. VCT. Occupational Exposure. Counselling. Health Services. Social Security.
Notes: 
2 copies

UNAIDS legal and regulatory self-assessment tool for male circumcision in Sub-Saharan Africa

2008
Author: 
Gostin, Lawrence. Deller Ross, Susan. Dolinsky, Anna. Ochanda, Victoria.
Files: 
Classification no: 
Legal Aspects
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
LE BS/756
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: UNAIDS
Physical description: 
16p.
Keywords: 
Methods. Ethics. Health Policy. Africa Soth of the Sahara. Swaziland Male Circumcision Task Force. Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. HIV Infections. Prevention. Control. MC. Human Rights. Consent. Confidentiality. Privacy. Testing. Counselling Policy. Women. Children.

Safe, voluntary, informed male circumcision and comprehensive HIV prevention programming: guidance for decision-makers on human rights, ethical and legal considerations

2008
Files: 
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
PR BS/755
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: WHO
Physical description: 
28p.
Keywords: 
Methods. HIV Infections. Control. Decision Making. Ethics. MC. UNAIDS. AIDS Law Project. Joint United Nation Programme on HIV/AIDS. Service Provision. Protection. Promotion. Advocacy. Regulatory Framework. Policy. Health Services. Child Rights. Infant Male Circumcision. Women. Access. Safety. Consent. Children. Confidentiality.

UNAIDS legal and regulatory sel-assessment tool for male circumcision in sub-saharan Africa

2009
Classification no: 
Prevention
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
PR BS/882
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: UNAIDS
Physical description: 
16p.
Keywords: 
Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. MC. Male Circumcision Methods. Ethics. Health Policy. Education. Counselling. Children. Women. Safe Procedures. Informed Consent. Privacy. Confidentiality. HIV Testing and Counseling. HTC. Government Response. Law. Legislation. Gostin, Lawrence. Ross, Susan Deller. Dolisnky, Anna. Ochanda, Victoria. Hankins, Catherine. Sigurdson, Jason.
Notes: 
3 copies. The toolkit was piloted in Swaziland in July 2008 by Lawrence Gostin and Ann Strode. Nicolai Lohse and Sibongile Dludlu provided feedback and facilitated piloting of the toolkit.

Putting women first: ethical and safety recommendations for research on domestic violence against women

2001
Author: 
World Health organization. Department of Gender and Women's Health.
Classification no: 
Gender
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
GE BS/948
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Geneva: WHO
Physical description: 
31p.
Keywords: 
Family Health. Community Health. Gender Based Violence. GBV. Study. Data Collection Procedures. Prevalence Studies. Confidentiality. Data Quality. Ethical Obligations. Surveys.
Notes: 
These recommendations were developed for WHO from those prepared for the WHO Multi-country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Vioelence by Charlotte Watts, Lori Heise, Mary Ellsberg and Claudia Garcia Moreno