Beyond the Pap Smear: Gender-responsive HIV Care for Women

Publish Year : 2016
Publisher : Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
Author Name : Meyer J.P., Womack J.A., Gibson B.
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Description :

This resource explains how gender-based disparities in HIV prevention and care should be addressed by gender-responsive policies and programs. It uses a socio-ecological approach to understand existing gender differences in HIV risk and how to create effective health care measures to prevent women from infection. 


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