7 edition of Collaborating with traditional healers for HIV prevention and care in sub-Saharan Africa found in the catalog.
|Series||UNAIDS best practice collection|
|LC Classifications||RA643.86.A357 C65 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||2007358572|
Collaborating With Traditional Healers For Hiv Prevention And Care In Sub Saharan Africa Author: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS ISBN: Genre: Medical File Size: 52 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi. Increasing access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is a critical goal endorsed by the United Nations and all of its member states. At the same time, anecdotal accounts suggest that the promotion of unproven AIDS 'cures' and remedies are widespread, and in the case of The Gambia, Iran and South Africa, have been promoted by governments directly. Although a range of legislative and regulatory Cited by:
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Collaborating with Traditional Healers for HIV Prevention and Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Previous collaborative initiatives with traditional healers in Africa have described case studies and outlined their successes and failures. This document illustrates with clearly defined steps how successful collaborative initiatives have accomplished.
Collaborating with traditional healers for HIV prevention and care in sub-Saharan Africa: suggestions for programme managers and field workers. Book, Internet Resource: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "UNAIDS/E."--Page 2 of cover. Description.
Collaborating with Traditional Healers for HIV Prevention and Care in sub-Saharan Africa These Guidelines are designed to assist government officials, policy-makers, programme managers, trainers, and health workers in bridging the gap between traditional and biomedical health systems or in scaling up existing initiatives.
Author by: David S. Simmons Languange: en Publisher by: Vanderbilt University Press Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 71 Total Download: File Size: 41,6 Mb Description: As sub-Saharan Africa continues to confront the runaway epidemic of HIV/AIDS, traditional healers have been tapped as collaborators in prevention and education terms of this collaboration.
Truter I. African traditional healers: Cultural and religious beliefs intertwined in a holistic way. South African Pharmaceutical Journal. ; – [Google Scholar] UNAIDS. Collaborating with Traditional Healers for HIV Prevention and Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: Suggestions for Program Managers and field Workers.
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Google Scholar Wedel, J. Author: Bethany Green, Erminia Colucci. Collaboration between traditional healers and biomedical practitioners is now being accepted by many African countries south of the Sahara because of the increasing problem of HIV/AIDS. The key problem, however, is how to initiate collaboration between two health systems which differ in theory of disease causation and management.
This paper presents findings on experience learned by Cited by: Collaborating with traditional healers for AIDS prevention and care in sub-Saharan Africa: a guideline for programme managers and field workers. UNAIDS Best Practice Collection. The information presented in Collaboration with traditional healers in HIV/AIDS prevention and care in sub-Saharan Africa(p=) and other areas are extremely relevant to the current South African context, especially with western medical doctors/nurses and hospitals that are increasily having to work with traditional healers and patients who.
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After decades in the shadows, South Africa's traditional healers, known as "sangomas," are modernising and becoming big business. But doctors warn that they cannot treat diseases like TB or HIV. Duration: As discussed in Chapter 1, current resource constraints in donor nations and the growing HIV-related needs and demand for treatment in Africa are at g well-functioning health systems, 2 African nations are ill prepared to confront the looming HIV/AIDS burden of to Accordingly, the international community must focus on enabling them to muster the necessary internal resources.
HIV in South Africa: Talking about the big thing. London: Taylor and Francis. Google Scholar. Suggested Resources. Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
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The delivery of care for mental health, neurological, and substance use (MNS) disorders, including mental health care, in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is a story of constraints, rather than opportunity.
The funding, personnel, training, and equipment available are insufficient to provide the level of care that policy makers and healthcare providers. Al-Rowais, N., Al-Faris, E. and Mohammad, A., Traditional healers in riyadh region: reasons and health problems for seeking their advice.
A household survey. J Altern Complement Med, pp. Ameli, R., The National Institutes of Health measure of Healing Experience of All Life Stressors (NIH-HEALS): Factor analysis and Author: Jeonghoon Um. UNAIDS. Collaboration with traditional healers in HIV/AIDS prevention and care in sub-Saharan Africa: a literature review.
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Increasingly the centrality of culture is being recognised as important to HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support. With culture having both positive and negative influences on health behaviour, international donors and policy makers are beginning to acknowledge the need for cultural approaches to the AIDS crisis (Nguyen et al., ).Cited by: Collaboration with Traditional Healers in AIDS Prevention and Care in Sub-Saharan Africa: a Comparative Case Study Using UNAIDS Best Practice Criteria.
Geneva, UNAIDS, Burford G et al. Traditional Medicine & HIV/AIDS in Africa. A Report from the International Conference on Medicinal Plants, Traditional Medicine and Local Communities.Collaborating With Traditional Healers For Hiv Prevention And Care In Sub Saharan Africa Author: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS ISBN: Genre: Medical File Size: 42 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs.