Strategies for Awareness & Prevention of HIV/AIDS among African-Americans

A Hand Book

by Dr. Rakesh K. Mehta & Prof. Rajinder M


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 25/06/2012

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781469182117
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 118
ISBN : 9781469182124

About the Book


This handbook has been developed to support health educators, community workers, teachers and parents in their efforts to protect the African American people from the scrouge of HIV/AIDS. The primary target of the hand book are teenagers/youth and other African American persons who are the less fortunate components of our society, because it is this population that is most susceptible to this scourge. However suggestions included here in apply virtually to all populations especially culturally different people such as Hispanic etc. Prevention of HIV/AIDS among adults helps to maintain an enlightened parent population prevents AIDS transmitted from the older to the younger generation as in some communities, the elder people are involved in sexual relationships with young adolescents.

The authors commend organizations and individuals such as Bill and Melinda Gates, Hon’ble U.S.President Barack Obama and former US president they funded billions of dollars to offer treatment of HIV/AIDS infected people and for education of people most susceptible to HIV infection.

This hand book titled Strategies for Awareness and its Prevention of HIV/AIDS Among African American (Mehta and Kalra) compliments these efforts with the hope that its contents when followed may reduce the spending required to arrest the HIV/AIDS cases and make the funds available for educational projects that impact lifestyle so that spread is stopped and menace of HIV/ AIDS epidemic among African American is reversed.

Some of the suggestions have been adapted from Prof. Kalra and Prof. Sutman book titled WORLD PERSPECTIVE ON HIV /AIDS for the less fortunate with their due permission.


About the Author

Rakesh K Mehta MD; FRCPC ;FACP ;FACIP. Clinical Associate Professor New York Medical College Valhalla NY Program Manager and Section Chief, Medical Specialties HVHCS, New York ] Rajinder M Kalra Professor Emeritus International Institute of Adult and Life Long Education,Delhi Former Adjunct Professor,Simon Fraser University Burnaby,B.C.Canada and Senior Academic Consultant of Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) of HIV/AIDS Projects British Columbia,Canada