Category Archives: FOCUS V20 (2005)

“Report from the 7th AIDS Impact Conference The Moment is Now” “An Unbridgeable Gulf between Research and Practice” and “The Relationships of HIV-Positive Gay Men”

FOCUS 20(10)

“Report from the 7th AIDS Impact Conference The Moment is Now”

By Seth C. Kalichman, PhD and Andrea Fuhrel

“An Unbridgeable Gulf between Research and Practice”

By Les Pappas, MPA

“The Relationships of HIV-Positive Gay Men”

By Mario Sandoval, MA

 

“Adapting to Hope and Uncertainty: Two Decades of FOCUS” Topic I: HIV Prevention, Topic II: Chronic Risk and Sexual Distress and Topic III: Community Responses to HIV

FOCUS 20(9)

“Adapting to Hope and Uncertainty: Two Decades of FOCUS”

HIV Prevention:

“The Homosexualization of AIDS”, By Walt Odets, PhD

“Moral Development and HIV Prevention among Adolescents” By Mark Hochhauser, PhD

“Reaching the Hip-Hop Generation” By Patrick McLaurin and Ivan Juzang

“HIV and Culture: Working Downhill” By Amanda Houston-Hamilton, DMH and Noel Day

“Chronic Risk and Sexual Distress” By Lena Nilsson Schönnesson, PhD, and Michael W. Ross, PhD, MPH, MHPEd.

Chronic Risk and Sexual Distress

“A Framework for Hope” By John Fortunato, MA

“Recognizing Denial among HIV-Infected Clients” By Jody Opper Reiss, LCSW

“Supportive Counseling for HIV-Infected Drug Using Women” By Gillian Walker, ACSW

“Back to the Future: Survival, Uncertainty, and Hope” By Avi Rose, LCSW

“The Changing Picture of HIV: A Chronic Illness, Again?” By José Catalan, FRCPsych, Lucinda Green, MRCPsych, and Flick Thorley, RMN

Community Responses to HIV:

“What’s Housing Got to Do with It?” By Mindy Thompson Fullilove, MD and Robert E. Fullilove, EdD

“The New Health Care Paradigm” By Jonathan Mann, MD, PhD

“Gay Men Adapting to AIDS: Twenty Years of Coping” By Steven Schwartzberg, PhD

“HIV Prevention and Care in Incarcerated Populations” “Editorial: Raising the Bars” and “Family Case Management as a Response to HIV Post-Incarceration”

FOCUS 20(8)

“HIV Prevention and Care in Incarcerated Populations”

By Joshua P. Spaete and Josiah D. Rich, MD, MPH

“Editorial: Raising the Bars”

By Robert Marks, Editor

“Family Case Management as a Response to HIV Post-Incarceration”

By Jessica Barclay-Strobel and Robert Espinoza, MPA

“Methamphetamine, the Brain, HIV, and Mental Health” “Editorial: Just Say Mental Health” and “Evidence-Based Treatments for Methamphetamine Abuse”

FOCUS 20(6)

“Methamphetamine, the Brain, HIV, and Mental Health”

By Kristina Jones, MD

“Editorial: Just Say Mental Health”

By Robert Marks, Editor

“Evidence-Based Treatments for Methamphetamine Abuse”

By Michael Campos, PhD and Steven Shoptaw, PhD

“HIV Disclosure and Risk Reduction Research: Practical Implications” “Editorial: The Evolution of Knowledge”

FOCUS 20(5)

“HIV Disclosure and Risk Reduction Research: Practical Implications”

By David W. Pantalone, MS, Mary D. Plummer, MS, Jane M. Simoni, PhD

“Editorial: The Evolution of Knowledge”

By Robert Marks, Editor

“Eliciting Risk Narratives to Explore Ambivalence about Disclosure”

By Nicolas Sheon, PhD

“The Impatient Visitor to the African Epidemic” “Editorial: The Truth about Truth” “HIV in Uganda: Does ABC Work?” and “The Right Questions: Psychiatric Care in Zimbabwe”

FOCUS 20(4)

“The Impatient Visitor to the African Epidemic”

By Mark G. Winiarski, PhD

“Editorial: The Truth about Truth”

By Robert Marks, Editor

“HIV in Uganda: Does ABC Work?”

By Lisa Loeb, MPH

“The Right Questions: Psychiatric Care in Zimbabwe”

By Paul Linde, MD