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Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services

Published/Hosted by Haworth Press Inc. ISSN (printed): 1538-1501. ISSN (electronic): 1538-151X.

The Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services provides a forum in which social workers and other professionals in the field of HIV/AIDS work can access the latest research and techniques in order to provide effective social, educational, and clinical services to all individuals affected by HIV/AIDS. From best practices and advice on case management to evaluations of the impact of various legislation and social policy decisions, this journal will keep you at the forefront of the field! As the only journal focused specifically on social work in HIV care, Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services presents: State-of-the-art information about innovations in social work related HIV care, reviews of relevant books, videos, and training materials, current research findings, model service delivery programs, case management information, informative examinations of relevant policy issues, information about upcoming and past conferences and educational programs, international, national, and regional perspectives on HIV-related issues, an upcoming events calendar, a regular report from the National Social Work AIDS Network (NSWAN). The Journal of HIV/AIDS & Social Services offers ways to: foster communication and support among social workers, advance HIV/AIDS social work practice through continuing education, advocate for programs and policies to meet the psychosocial needs of people living with HIV/AIDS and their partners, families, and caregivers, disseminate up-to-date information and new research in the field, promote the highest professional standards and ethics in the practice of social work in the field of HIV/AIDS. Comprehensive and thorough, this refereed journal presents the empirical experiences of others to use as learning tools, state-of-the-art interventions and programs, and practical ideas for working with the various populations infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS.

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