Children with HIV/AIDS Article Review by ABCs

Children with HIV/AIDS
A literature review of thirteen individual articles about children with HIV/AIDS.
# 111225 | 3,465 words | 13 sources | APA | 2009 | US


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This paper summarizes, from the perspective of a social worker, thirteen individual article about children with HIV/AIDS. The reviewed articles are D. W. MacPherson et. al., 'Emerging Pediatric HIV Epidemic Related to Migration'; E. Olson, 'HIV/AIDS is a Disease that Affects Families in a Profound and Tragic Way'; A. Howell, 'Foster Kids Given AIDS Drugs by U.S. Government'; Y. Wesley, 'Desire for Children Among Women with HIV'; R.H. Merchant and M. M. Lala, 'Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV'; K. Best, ' Averting HIV-Infected Births'; N. Shaffer et. al., 'Prevention of Mother-Child HIV Transmission Internationally'; F. Jahoor et. al., 'The Protein Metabolic Response to HIV Infection in Young Children'; Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, 'Progress Toward Elimination of Peri-Natal HIV Infection'; United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, 'The Effects of HIV/AIDS in Early Childhood'; L. Schreck and B. Brown, ' AIDS Update'; A. Brochert, 'Characteristics of Mother, Child Linked to Postnatal HIV Transmission Risk' and M. Preboth, 'Education of Children with HIV Infection'.

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Literature Review/Discussion
D. W. MacPherson et. al., 'Emerging Pediatric HIV Epidemic Related to Migration'
E. Olson, 'HIV/AIDS is a Disease that Affects Families in a Profound and Tragic Way'
A. Howell, 'Foster Kids Given AIDS Drugs by US Government'
Y. Wesley, ' Desire for Children Among Women with HIV'
R.H. Merchant and M. M. Lala, 'Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV'
K. Best, ' Averting HIV-Infected Births'
N. Shaffer et al, 'Prevention of Mother-Child HIV Transmission Internationally'
F. Jahoor et. al., 'The Protein Metabolic Response to HIV Infection in Young Children'
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. 'Progress Toward Elimination of Peri-Natal HIV Infection'
United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund 'The Effects of HIV/AIDS in Early Childhood'
L. Schreck and B. Brown, ' AIDS Update'
A. Brochert, ' Characteristics of Mother, Child Linked to Postnatal HIV Transmission Risk'
M Preboth, 'Education of Children with HIV Infection'
Summary, Conclusion and Implications for the Social Worker

From the Paper:

"According to the Committee on Pediatric AIDS of the American Academy of Pediatrics, all school personnel should be appropriately educated in order to contain and correctly handle the fear of the communicability of HIV. Infected children needed to remain in school in order to gain a sense of normalcy for themselves. School offers important prospects for socialization and a sense of belonging and decreases their feeling of isolation and rejection. The Association discussed HIV infection and the involved delay in children's development, the lack of appropriate federal rights laws to enforce and protect these children's rights, management of HIV in schools."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Best, K. (2004). Averting HIV-Infected Births. 13 pages. Network: Family Health International
  • Brochert, A. (2001). Characteristics of mother, child linked to postnatal HIV Transmission risk. 2 pages. International Family Planning Perspectives: Alan Guttmacher Institute
  • Howell, A. (2005). Foster kids given AIDS drugs by US government. 2 pages. The Crisis: Crisis Publishing Company
  • Jahoor F. et al (2003). The protein metabolic response to HIV infection in young children. 8 pages. American Clinical Nutrition: Frost & Sullivan
  • MacPherson, D. W., et al (2006). Emerging pediatric HIV epidemic related to imigration. 10 pages. Emerging Infectious Diseases: US National Center for Infectious Diseases

Cite this Article Review:

APA Format

Children with HIV/AIDS (2009, January 14) Retrieved September 20, 2014, from http://www.academon.com/article-review/children-with-hiv-aids-111225/

MLA Format

"Children with HIV/AIDS" 14 January 2009. Web. 20 September. 2014. <http://www.academon.com/article-review/children-with-hiv-aids-111225/>

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