Description - HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention by Renee T. White
HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention provides a comprehensive overview of the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. The unique anthology addresses cutting-edge issues in HIV/AIDS research, policymaking, and advocacy. Key features include: * Nine original essays from leading scholars in public health, epidemiology, and social and behavioral sciences * Comprehensive information for individuals with varying degrees of knowledge, particularly regarding methodological and theoretical perspectives * A look into the future progression of HIV transmission and scholarly research HIV/AIDS: Global Frontiers in Prevention/Intervention is will serve as a precious resource as a textbook and reference for the university classroom, libraries, and researchers
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Author Biography - Renee T. White
Cynthia Pope is Associate Professor of Geography at Central Connecticut State University and Lecturer in Global Health at Yale University. Her work deals with the intersections of geopolitics, gender, and HIV risk in the developing world, particularly Latin America and the Caribbean. Renee T. White is Professor of Sociology and co-director of Black Studies at Fairfield University. She is co-editor of the Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children and Youth. Her research focuses on health disparities, reproductive and AIDS-related social policy, urban inequalities and social justice. Robert Malow is a Professor of Public Health at Florida International University and is associated editor of AIDS Education and Prevention. He has authored over 150 scientific publications and has led over a dozen National Institutes of Health-funded projects in the area of HIV and substance abuse.