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The care paradigm for people with HIV has shifted from managing progressive illness with a poor prognosis to managing a chronic condition. Despite this improvement, people living with HIV continue to experience considerable stresses, so promoting their holistic wellbeing is a key aspect of long-term care.
This book provides an accessible introduction for healthcare professionals who work with people living with HIV. It is designed to help readers understand how care in practice can be more person-centred and psychologically focused, whilst promoting compassion, health and wellbeing. Topics covered include self-awareness, attachment theories and communication as well as key aspects of providing care for people living with HIV, such as stigma in young adults, neurocognitive issues, the sexualized use of drugs, managing neuropathic pain, and the needs of older adults living with HIV.
Invaluable reading for health professionals working within multidisciplinary teams that provide care for people living with HIV, this book is also a core text for those studying in the area.
Psychological Perspectives in HIV Care: An Inter-Professional Approach
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List of Contributors
Chapter 1: The good, the bad and the ugly: How do people living with HIV experience care in the health system?
Author: Dr India Amos, Clinical psychologist and Lecturer in counselling and psychology at Salford university , Roland Chesters, Campaigner for Disability and author of Ripples from the edge of life.
Chapter contributors: Angelina Namiba and Merial Rattue
Chapter 2: Self -Awareness in HIV care
Author: Caroline Ridley, Senior Lecturer in adult nursing, Manchester Metropolitan University
Chapter 3: Seeing the whole person : A biopsychosocial perspective in HIV care
Author: Dr Gemma Paszek, Clinical Psychologist, HIV Service, Central Manchester University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Dr Kathryn Bourne, Clinical Psychologist, HIV Service, NMGH
Chapter 4: HIV Diagnosis: The impact on mental health and wellbeing
Author: James Meeks, Senior Lecturer, Sexual Health, School of Community Health and Midwifery, University of Central Lancashire , Emma Jones ,Senior Lecturer, Mental Health, School of Nursing, University of Central Lancashire
Chapter 5: Stormy waters: difficult conversations in HIV care.
Author: Dr Michelle Croston, Senior lecturer/HIV specialist nurse, Manchester Metropolitan University / North Manchester General Hospital and Dr Stuart Gibson Clinical Psychologist , Barts Hospital , London
Chapter 6: Traumatic beginnings, complicated lives: Attachment styles, relationships and HIV care
Author: Dr Sam Warner, Consultant Clinical Psychologist/Honorary Lecturer, School of Social Science, Salford University and Dr Sarah Rutter, Clinical Psychologist, HIV Service, North Manchester General Hospital
Chapter 7: Chemsex among men who have sex with men: a social psychological approach
Author Dr Rusi Jaspal, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK,Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
Chapter 8: The seemingly intractable problem of HIV-related stigma: developing a framework to guide stigma interventions with young people living with HIV
Author: Dr Tomas Campbell, Clinical psychologist
Chapter 9: Multidisciplinary management of neuropathic pain in HIV care
Authors: Dr Sarah Blackshaw, Highly Specialist Clinical Psychologist Manchester and Salford Pain Centre, Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester
Dr HooKee Tsang, Consultant Anaesthetist Pain Clinic, Broadgreen Hospital, Liverpool, Mrs Catherine Heaton, Senior Physiotherapist, The Walton Centre Liverpool
Chapter 10: The psychological impact of ageing with HIV
Author: Shaun Watson, HIV community specialist nurse, Chelsea and Westminster hospital and Dr Alexander Margetts, Clinical Psychologist, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust
Chapter 11: Neurocognitive issues for adults in HIV care
Author: Dr Alexander Margetts, Clinical Psychologist, CNWL NHS Foundation Trust and Dr Tomas Campbell, Clinical psychologist