Aids and maternity in India. Sommaire et textes en ligne

Aids and maternity in India.
From public health to social sciences perspectives: emerging themes and debates.

P. Cohen and S. Solomon (Eds).
Publications du département des sciences sociales n° 8, 2004, 279 p.

Language : English. 350 Rs (13 €)

Table des matières

List of Tables, Figures and Appendices…………………………. 8 [ Lire ]

Editors and Scientific Advisory Committee…………………….. 9 [ Lire ]

List of Authors………………………………………………………….13 [ Lire ]

Acknowledgements
P. Cohen & S. Solomon…………………………………………………15 [ Lire ]

Foreword
F. Barré-Sinoussi…………………………………………………………17

Introduction

Milestones in the Understanding of HIV/AIDS Mother-to-Child Transmission in India
P. Cohen……………………………………………………………………21 [ Lire ]

PART 1: HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC IN INDIA………………………………37-101

1. An Overview of HIV/AIDS Epidemic and its Prevention in India
R.N. Gupta…………………………………………………………………39

2. Critical Analysis of HIV/AIDS Epidemic Prevention Policy In India
F. Bourdier…………………………………………………………………65

3. Milestones of the Social and Medical Treatment of AIDS by the NGOs in India – The Case of YRG Centre of AIDS Research and Education
S. Solomon………………………………………………………………..71

4. Management of HIV/AIDS Epidemic in India : Geo-anthropological and Political Comparison with Brazil
F. Bourdier…………………………………………………………………83

PART 2: PREVENTION OF HIV/AIDS MOTHER-TO-
CHILD TRANSMISSION
………………………………………………….103-146

5. Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV Infection in India: A Medical Perspective
S. Solomon………………………………………………………………….105

6. UNICEF Programme for the Prevention of Parent-to-Child HIV/AIDS Transmission, Tamil Nadu
P. Kuganantham……………………………………………………………117

7. Bridging Counselling and Care in the HIV/AIDS Epidemic : General Perspectives and the Case of the Women
S. Natarajan………………………………………………………………..129

PART 3: VULNERABILITY OF INDIAN WOMEN TO DISEASES,
TO HIV/AIDS.
……………………………………………………………..147-181

8. Gender and Health in India: The Imperatives for Engendering Health Policy, Administration and Research
K. Shanti…………………………………………………………………….149

9. HIV/AIDS Infection: A Perceptual Study on Urban Working Women
K. Geetha……………………………………………………………………169

PART 4: MTCT RISK FACTORS AND PRACTICES IN INDIA:
SOCIAL SCIENCES PERSPECTIVES
……………………………………183-275

10. Socio-Cultural Obstacles to the Prevention of HIV Transmission through Breastfeeding in West Africa
A. Desclaux…………………………………………………………………185 [ Lire ]

11. Breastfeeding and Infant-Feeding Practices in India: A Critical Review
L. Lingam, S. Mankad…………………………………………………….195

12. Anthropological Perspectives on HIV/AIDS Transmission During Delivery
P. Hancart-Petitet………………………………………………………….211 [ Lire ]

13. Psycho-Sociological Perspectives of HIV/AIDS:  Finding a Balance Between the Differences, Equality, Rights and Individual Needs
F. Pittolo-Rageade…………………………………………………………225

14. AIDS and Maternity in India: Social Sciences Perspectives
P. Cohen …………………………………………………………………….245 [ Lire ]


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