All You Need to Know About HIV and AIDS for Caribbean Schools Upper Secondary by Liesa Jossel, Emma Durden
  

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All You Need to Know About HIV and AIDS for Caribbean Schools Upper Secondary by Liesa Jossel, Emma Durden

This book is part of a series of books designed to provide students with not only the facts about the disease but also the help students need to develop the ability think about and make decisions regarding the disease. As well as clearly presented facts and information, topics such as managing with a loved one who has the disease, coping with loss, and developing self esteem so that decision making and behaviour helps protect children against infection are included. The books include characters that speak directly to the children about difficult subjects and present information that is immediately relevant to student's lives. Topics covered: BL Why do you need to know about HIV and AIDS? BL What is AIDS? BL Preventing AIDS BL Who is at risk? BL Could I have HIV? - taking the test BL Living and coping with HIV and AIDS BL Dealing with discrimination BL Dealing with loss BL Heading up a household BL Resources and organizations

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Liesa Jossel, Emma Durden
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

22nd June 2006

ISBN

9780199151493


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