Resource bibliography in AIDS among Prisoners.--

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The ACLU National Prison Project has announced the publication of its AIDS in Prison Bibliography. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics report HIV in Prisons and Jails,the overall rate of AIDS cases among prisoners was more than six times the rate in the general population.

Sends donated legal, health, educational and political books free to prisoners nationwide. Spanish-language books available. Provides help in starting Books for Prisoners projects. Project Inform's National HIV/AIDS Treatment Hotline.

Toll free: HIV-INFO () Accepts collect calls from inmates: Can also mail out. HIV/AIDS and HCV in prisons: A select annotated bibliography (part 2) HIV/AIDS and HCV in prisons: A select annotated bibliography (part 2) Ralf Ju¨rgens The rates of HIV infection among prisoners in most countries are significantly higher than in the general population.

HCV seroprevalence rates are even higher. HIV/AIDS and HCV in prisons: A select annotated bibliography (part 2) Article in International Journal of Prisoner Health 2(2) June with 49 Reads How Resource bibliography in AIDS among Prisoners.-- book measure 'reads'.

Despite this growing public health problem, little has been written about this urgent s and AIDS is the first book to offer critical information on the proliferation of HIV and AIDS among prison populations and to provide a much needed resource for the design and implementation of education and prevention programs within correctional by: HIV epidemic has struck prisons and other places of detention around the world with particular severity.

A deterministic HIV/AIDS model which incorporates male prisoners and homosexuality is considered. An epidemic threshold value, the reproductive number (R 0). Velez M.

AIDS/HIV+ Inmates: A new standard to house infected inmates based on objective, proactive criteria that balances the needs of the infected inmate while protecting non-infected inmates and prison staff. Sw L Rev. ; – [Google Scholar] West AD, Martin R. Perceived risk of AIDS among prisoners following educational Cited by: 2.

Worldwide, a disproportionate burden of HIV, tuberculosis, and hepatitis is present among current and former prisoners. This problem results from laws, policies, and policing practices that unjustly and discriminatorily detain individuals and fail to ensure continuity of prevention, care, and treatment upon detention, throughout imprisonment, and upon by: More than 10 million people are incarcerated worldwide; this number has increased by about a million in the past decade.

Mental disorders and infectious diseases are more common in prisoners than in the general population. High rates of suicide within prison and increased mortality from all causes on release have been documented in many countries. The contribution of prisons Cited by: Tension, frustration, and idleness among prisoners are often released through sex and sexual abuse.

Tuberculosis is more readily spread in prisons Prisoners are a most-at-risk population not only for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), but also for tuberculosis (TB). In prisons, overcrowding, lack of ventilation and poor. Of all HIV-infected prison inmates in% were male and % were female (Maruschak, ), and there is some evidence that transmission among men who have sex with men (MSM) contributes.

Estimates of the proportion of prisoners who engage in consensual same-sex sexual activity in prison vary widely, with some studies reporting relatively low rates of 1% to 2% [ 66, 67 ], while other studies report rates between 4% and 10% [ 59, 68 - 70] or higher [ 71 ], particularly among female prisoners [ 56, 72 ].Cited by: IT IS WELL DOCUMENTED that health disparities in disease status between people of color and Whites exist outside of prison walls.1– 3 In the case of HIV/AIDS, epidemiological data clearly show a heavier burden of illness among African American and Latino males than White males.4 Given the legal mandates on prisons to provide inmates with the same quality and Cited by:   HIV/AIDS in prison is a growing concern and information emanating from prisons in Nigeria indicates that there are large numbers of HIV-infected prisoners; hence the prison population is at-risk.

The present study will investigate the plight of caregivers of HIV/AIDS patient in Jos prison, and the challenges faced by the caregivers. HIV and AIDS surveillance among inmates in Maryland prisons. The prevalence of those with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is higher among inmates of correctional facilities than among the general population.

A review of HIV in prisons in Nepal. as regards HIV/AIDS/STI in prison” and “to ensure that This book ooers evidence-based recommendations for these actors and for coordination among.

Prisons and AIDS is the first book to offer critical information on the proliferation of HIV and AIDS among prison populations and to provide a much needed resource for the design and implementation of education and prevention programs within correctional facilities.

A comprehensive audit of average time to HIV treatment, access to appropriate HIV medical care (e.g., levels of access to antiretroviral medications, HIV specialist physicians, and resources for serving inmates with comorbid conditions, particularly mental illness), and transitional case management services for HIV-infected inmates throughout federal and state prison systems Cited by: Based on the experience of many countries in the WHO European Region and the advice of experts, this guide outlines some of the steps prison systems should take to reduce the public health risks from compulsory detention in often unhealthy situations, to care for prisoners in need and to promote the health of prisoners and prison staff.

This requires that everyone working in prisons 5/5(1). HIV AIDS and HCV in Prisons - A Select Annotated Bibliography, Jurgens, • J • Topics: Medical, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis.

How can the criminal justice and drug abuse treatment systems reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and other infectious diseases among drug abusing offenders. What works for offenders with co-occurring substance abuse and mental disorders.

The high prevalence of HIV infection among prisoners and pre-trial detainees, combined with overcrowding and sub-standard living conditions sometimes amounting to inhuman or degrading treatment in violation of international law, make prisons and other detention centres a high risk environment for the transmission of HIV.

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Ultimately, this contributes to HIV Cited by: The rate of some chronic diseases, including asthma, is also higher among the prison population Other research indicates that alcohol and drug dependency, as well as mental illness, follow similar patterns among the by: 8.

The association between impulsivity and alcohol/drug use among prison inmates Bernstein MH, McSheffrey SN, van den Berg JJ, et al. Addict Behav. Mar. “Background: Few studies have examined the relation between impulsivity and drug involvement with prison inmates, in spite of their heavy drug use.

This text is machine-read, and may contain errors. Check the original document to verify accuracy. HIV/AIDS among Inmates of and Releasees from US Correctional Facilities, Declining Share of Epidemic but Persistent Public Health Opportunity Anne C. Spaulding1*, Ryan M.

Seals1, Matthew J. Page1, Amanda K.

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Brzozowski1, William Rhodes2, Theodore M. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Prisoners are at special risk for infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) because of overcrowded prisons, unprotected sex and sexual assault, occurrence of sexual practices that are risky to health, unsafe injecting practices, and inadequate HIV prevention, care, and support services.

This study aimed to describe the knowledge, attitude, and preventive practices towards HIV/AIDS Cited by: 2. The high levels of general knowledge of HIV/AIDS among prisoners, in light of the high incidence of this same disease within this same population, strongly suggests that alternative measures must be taken to provide prisoners with "real risk reduction skills, especially as they relate to injection drug use," and to negotiating sexual encounters.

The WHO Regional Office for Europe The World Health Organization (WHO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations created in with the primary responsibility.

"Many prisoners with AIDS spend their last days in prison isolated and alone, far from their families and loved ones," says Cathy Potler, director of the Association's AIDS Prison Project. The National Institute of Justice reports a percent increase in confirmed AIDS cases in U.S.

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Please use the example at the bottom of this page to cite the Purdue OWL in APA. Paperback, pages. By Daniel Manville. Prison Legal News Publishing ().

The Disciplinary Self-Help Litigation Manual, Second Edition, by Dan Manville, is the third in a series of books by Prison Legal News Publishing. It is designed to inform prisoners of their rights when faced with the consequences of a disciplinary hearing.Given the dual epidemics of HIV and tuberculosis in sub-Saharan Africa and evidence suggesting a disproportionate burden of these diseases among detainees in the region, we aimed to investigate the epidemiology of HIV and tuberculosis in prison populations, describe services available and challenges to service delivery, and identify priority areas for programmatically Cited by: