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Swaziland integrated HIV management guidelines

2015
Author: 
Swaziland Government. Ministry of Health.

Antiretroviral therapy has been identified as one of the interventions that can help lower the risk of HIV transmission from one person to another. The protective nature of ART was demonstrated in the HPTN 052 study, but this protection is at the individual level and translating this to the entire population is a function of ART coverage and efficiencies at the national level.

Library code: 
Manzini, Shiselweni, ULHC
Classification no: 
CA / SWA
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
CA BS/
Type of material: 
Guidelines
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland
Physical description: 
161 p.
Keywords: 
Swaziland AIDS Programme, SNAP, World Health Organization, WHO, ICAP, BIPAI, CHAI, EGPAF, PSI, UNICEF, URC, SINAN, NERCHA, PEPFAR

Knowledge...Hope...Strength for curing TB

2004
Author: 
Ngamvithayapong, Aurasri
Classification no: 
Clinical Aspects
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CL BS/101
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
[Thailand]: 21 Century Co.
Physical description: 
32p.: ill.
Keywords: 
TB. Tuberculosis. TB Symptoms. TB Treatment. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Communicable Diseases
Notes: 
2 copies. Printed by the TB/HIV Research Foundation, Thailand (THRF) and the Research Institute of Tuberculosis, Japan Anti-tB Association (RIT-JATA); supported by the Japanese Foundation for AIDS Prevention(JFAP)

The AIDS handbook: a guide to the understanding of AIDS and HIV

2002
Author: 
Hubley, John
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/190
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
London: Macmillan
Physical description: 
x, 134p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Counselling. Developing Countries. Educational Methods. IEC. Prevention. Symptoms. Testing. Transmission. Basic Facts. Children. Origins. Disease Progression. Treatment. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Diarrhoea. Weight Loss. Pain. Anxiety. Depression. Palliative Care. Terminal Care. Alternative Medicine. Traditional Medicine. Sexual Transmission. Sexually Transmitted Infections. STI. Prevention. Blood. Mother-to-Child Transmission. PMTCT. Vaccine. Injecting Drug Users. IDU. Vertical Transmission. Health Promotion. Counselling. Voluntary Counselling and Testing. VCT. Home-based Care. Orphans and Vulnerable Children. OVC. Workplace. Peer Education. Condom Use. Advocacy.
Notes: 
3rd edition - fully revised

The AIDS Handbook: a guide to the understanding and prevention of AIDS and HIV

1990
Author: 
Hubley, John
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/188
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
London: Macmillan
Physical description: 
vii, 95p.: ill.
Keywords: 
IEC. Transmission. Prevention. Symptoms. Voluntary Counselling and Testing. VCT. Infections. Educational Methods. Developing Countries. Basic Facts. Origins. Disease Progression. Treatment. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Diarrhoea. Weight Loss. Pain. Anxiety. Depression. Palliative Care. Terminal Care. Alternative Medicine. Traditional Medicine. Sexual Transmission. Sexually Transmitted Infections. STI. Prevention. Blood. Mother-to-Child. PMTCT. Vaccine. Injecting Drug Users. IDU. Vertical Transmission. Health Promotion. Home-based Care. Orphans and Vulnerable Children. OVC. Workplace. Peer Education. Condom Use. Advocacy. Community Interventions. Control.

The AIDS handbook: a guide to the understanding of AIDS and HIV

1995
Author: 
Hubley, John
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/189
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
London: Macmillan
Physical description: 
x, 116p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Educational Methods. IEC. Transmission. Prevention. Symptoms. Voluntary Counselling and Testing. VCT. Developing Countries. Basic Facts. Origin. Children. Disease Progression. Treatment. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Diarrhoea. Weight Loss. Pain. Anxiety. Depression. Palliative Care. Terminal Care. Alternative Medicine. Tradital Medicine. Sexual Transmission. sexually Transmitted Infections. STI. Prevention. Blood. Mother-to-Child. PMTCT. Vaccine. Injecting Drug Users. IDU. Vertical Transmission. Health Promotion. Home-based Care. Hospital Care. Orphans and Vulnerable Children. OVC. Workplace. Peer Education. Condom Use. Advocacy. Control. community Interventions.
Notes: 
2nd edition - fully revised

National and sector HIV/AIDS policies in the member states of the Southern Africa Development Community

2002
Author: 
Southern African Development Community
Classification no: 
Planning and Management
Collection: 
Special Collections: SADC
Accession no: 
PL BS/421
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Gaborone: SADC
Physical description: 
viii, 57p.
Keywords: 
Policy. National Strategic Plan. Multi-Sectoral Approach. Sector Initiatives. Human Rights. Testing. VCT. Voluntary Counselling and Testing. Behaviour Change. IEC. Information. Education. Communication. Condom Promotion. Prevention. STI. Sexually Transmitted Infections. OI. Opportunistic Infections. Safe Blood. Prevention of Mother to Cild Transmission. Care. PLWHA. Gender. Youth. Research. Surveillance. Poverty. Orphans and Vulnerable Children OVCs. Culture. Homosexuality. Prisons. Insurance. Swaziland
Notes: 
Prepared for the SADC/HSU by the POLICY Project

About STDs

Author: 
Government of the Republic of Zambia. Ministry of Health
Classification no: 
Clinical Aspects
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CL BS/411
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Lusaka: Ministry of Health
Physical description: 
14p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Sexually Transmitted Infections. STIs. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Gonorrhea. Chlamydia. Syphilis. Genital Warts. Pubic Lice. Chancroid. HIV/AIDS. USAID. United States Agency for International Development. Health Communication Partnership Zambia. Youth Media.

HIV AIDS: a foundation for nursing and healthcare practice

2003
Author: 
Pratt, Robert
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/510
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
London: Arnold Publishers
Physical description: 
xv, 464p.: ill.
Keywords: 
History. Infections. Viruses. Retroviruses. Transmission. Immunology. Cellular Pathogenes. Clinical Aspects. Tuberculosis. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Viral Hepatitis. Women. Preventio of Mother-to-Child Transmission. PMTCT. Children. Control. Nursing Practice. Prevention. Nutrition. Community Care. Hospital Care. Antiretroviral Therapy. ART. ARV. Treatment. Adherence. Drugs. Developing World.
Notes: 
5th ed. 3 copies

Home-based HIV/AIDS care

2003
Author: 
UYS, Leana (ed). Cameron, Sue (ed)
Library code: 
Manzini, ULHC
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/521
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Cape Town: OUP
Physical description: 
xi, 207p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Issues. Ethics. Community-based Care. Caregivers. Growth. Development. Model. Training. Curriculum. Counseling. Communication Skills. Techniques. Support Groups. PLWHA. Symptoms. Control. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Pain. Cough. Dyspnoea. Gastro-intestinal. Pruritis. Skin Conditions. Delirium. Dementia. Home visits. Holistic Assessment. Family. Prevention. Poverty. Palliative Care. Planninng. Orphans. OVC. Children. Families. Communities. Support. Guidelines
Notes: 
4 copies

A handbook for community home based care caregivers

Author: 
Swaziland Governemt. Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
CA BS/571
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Mbabane: Swaziland Government
Physical description: 
56p.: ill.
Keywords: 
World Health Organization. WHO. National Emergency Response Council on HIV/AIDS. NERCHA. Basic Facts. Counseling. Opportunistic Infections. OI. Medicines. Nutrition. Antiretroviral Therapy. ART. ARV. Chronic Illnesses. Quality Assurance. Recording. Reporting. Caring. Legal Guidance. PLWHA. Patients. SNAP.