Pediatric and Family HIV. Psychosocial Concerns Across the Continuum of Disease.
In this article, the authors examine the spectrum of HIV disease as it affects parents and their children from the initial diagnosis through the progression of the disease. The psychosocial factors affecting access to health care, family relationships, and issues of loss are focused on. Practitioner guidelines for assisting families to deal with the psychosocial challenges presented by HIV infection are provided.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Lewis, Sandra; Wesley, Yvonne; and Haiken, Heidi J., "Pediatric and Family HIV. Psychosocial Concerns Across the Continuum of Disease." (1996). Department of Psychology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 360.