A Woman's Guide to Living with HIV Infection
|Author:||Rebecca A. Clark|
|Series:||Johns Hopkins Press Health Book|
Written by three experts with extensive experience helping people with HIV/AIDS, A Woman's Guide to Living with HIV Infection is a medically informational, comprehensive, and deeply compassionate resource for women with HIV and their families and friends. While addressing the entire range of health and emotional issues faced by people with HIV, the authors cover topics of special interest to women--gynecologic disorders, reproductive choices, contraception, and pregnancy.
"A clearly written, comforting guide for women newly diagnosed with HIV... The authors address a comprehensive range of health, therapeutic, emotional and financial issues facing those with HIV, with chapters focusing on specific concerns to women, including gynecologic disorders, menstruation, pregnancy and domestic violence." -- Cara Helfner, Medical Library Association
Rebecca A. Clark, M.D., Ph.D., is an associate professor of medicine at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, Maternal/Child director of the HIV Outpatient Program of the Medical Center of Louisiana in New Orleans, and an instructor at Tulane University School of Public Health. Robert T. Maupin, Jr., M.D., FACOG, is a clinician and associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology in the Maternal-Fetal Medicine division at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. Jill Hayes Hammer, Ph.D., is a clinical neuropsychologist and assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center.